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Ruger Air Hawk Combo

Main Product Rating 4.54.5 (132 reviews)
Ruger Air Hawk Combo

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You already know that Ruger makes quality firearms. Now you can get a Ruger airgun!

This beautiful spring-piston Ruger Air Hawk rifle comes with a sleek hardwood stock. The fiber optic sights (fixed front, adjustable rear) help you quickly acquire your target, or you can use the 4x32 airgun scope that's included.

Has a 2-stage adjustable trigger and beautiful bluing.

With its awesome power, you'll be able to take small game and do some fun plinking.

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Ruger Air Hawk Specs

Max Velocity1000 fps
Overall Length44.8"
ButtplateSoft rubber recoil pad
Weight8.16 lbs
Trigger Pull3.0 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Barrel Length18.7"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort30 lbs
Front SightFiber Optic
Rear SightFiber Optic
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ActionBreak barrel
Body TypeRifle

Ruger Air Hawk Reviews

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Things I liked:

The Ruger Airhawk manufactured by Umarex is a quality rifle that provides excellent value. A Diana 34 clone, the action is a tried and true design that will send pellets where you're aiming. The best part of the rifle is that it carries with it all the lessons (and frustration) that a Springer has to offer at a price point any new air gunner can afford. As a new shooter with an Airhawk you'll have a chance to tighten stock screws, lubricate piston seals, master a two stage trigger, learn artillery hold and follow through, exercise the iron sights, zero a scope, and feel the joy of breaking the barrel over and over. That is to say the Ruger Airhawk is a full fledged Springer with all the demands (and not far behind in capability) of a high-end Springer. If you can shoot this gun well, you'll be lights out with everything else you pick up, and for that fact it makes a very fine introductory air gun; Not only for the affordable price, but for the demands it puts on the new shooter

Things I would have changed:

Nothing needs changed for this air gun, it will fire thousands upon thousands of pellets upwards of 900 fps, and never complains about the work.

What others should know:

As with all entry level or budget items in the world of airguns you will find the blueing is rather thin and it does require you to wipe it down after each use. Failure to do so will earn you light corrosion at first, and repeated failures will result in rust and permanent damage to the finish. This is all especially true on the area of the barrel where the salts and oils on your hands will accumulate from cocking the rifle. Tighten the stock screws carefully, and don't be too hard on the wood stock. While it all works well, it's important to remember that the materials are a lower grade for the rifle to remain affordable. The rifle performs reliably with Daisy Precision Max Flat Nosed .177cal 7.8gr pellets.

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Things I liked:

Very nice fit and finish. accurate out to 20yds.

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Things I liked:

Ease of learning how to load and shoot this rifle. Ease on how to sight the scope in.

Things I would have changed:

I am not sure I would change anything.

What others should know:

I can't think of anything to tell air gunners that they should know

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  • Jeb from USA asked:

    So the front sight being so high causes the scope to be blurry. Can I rotate the compensator 180 degrees and retighten the set screw?

    • Ruth from USA asked:

      What is a good distance to zero the air hawk? Using the sights not a scope. Will use mainly for plinking in the back yard. Also, what's the best pellet to use?

      • Mark from USA answered:

        Start at 10 yards. Solve for right-left first. Then zero at the distance you will shoot the most. Pellet selection is a trial and error process. We can not tell you what will shoot best.

    • Andres from USA asked:

      what is a good scope for this Ruger Air Hawk Combo

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