Here are the benefits of a gas ram over a metal mainspring:
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Cocking Effort||40 lbs|
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Radical design. Fits the hand and shoulder nicely. Kudo's to PyramydAir for the fast delivery. Ordered online Christmas day and It was here on Wednesday. Overall I am very happy with my purchase.Things I would have changed:
Like everyone else the scope isn't that great. I replaced it before I even shot 1 round. I hope the older Centerpoint 4-16x40mm holds up to the punishment this rifle will give it. Scope rings need to be abit shorter. The closer to the bore the horizontal crosshair is the less elevation you have to use. I found a pair of rings that worked but the Weaver rail isn't a standard size...it is slightly smaller than 7/8 width.What others should know:
First thing I did was tighten all the screws... the only screws on my rifle that were more than finger tight were on the buttplate. I am kinda displeased with the fact that this rifle is much louder than my Remington Trail NPS. I hope this changes after the proper break-in. I'm not going to comment on accuracy until I have 200-300 rounds down the tub. To help with the break-in I'm going to polish the bore with JB Bore paste (2-3 Hour Process). Weight wise...I like a heavier gun for me it doesn't move around as much while shooting offhand.
|By PAUL from USA on 2017-06-26|
Style and accuracyThings I would have changed:
Weight. Rifle is very heavy. Noise level. Muzzle noise may be reduced but the noise from the action is very load. Very hard to cock.What others should know:
The only comparison I have is with a Benjamin Titan GP. Benjamin is just as accurate, easier to cock and has less noise even though the Benjamin does not have a muzzle suppressor. The noise comparison was NOT scientific. I had two friends stand 10 yards away on either side, facing away from the firing position so they did not know which rifle was being fired, Both agreed the Benjamin produced the less noise over all.
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Will the crossman gas ram fit the stoeger atac Thanks
Will the crossman gas ram fit the stoeger atac Thanks
What seems to be the best pellet for the Stoeger ATAC ? can't get any relay able grouping or accurse over 100ft
Yeah, it's a tricky rifle. I find my best groupings come from a heavier pellet 18+ gn around 25 yds there's suggestion that the suppressor itself causes turbulence and lighter pellets are more susceptible to that. I noted that it seems to prefer better quality, heavier pellets. I would also note that it's a close range rifle, forget 75 yds. If you want that kind of accuracy get a better rifle. JSB Exact Jumbo heavy seem better than the other five I've used.
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weight, balance, length & simulated pistol grip makes it easy to carry & shoulder. for the $ this a decent rifle.Things I would have changed:
need to change the FPS rating. this is advertised as 1200/1000 w/ lead pellets. mine (.177) will only do 850 FPS w/ CHP. i contacted pyramyd & they issued a return but i was to lazy to package it up & return it, so i decided i could live w/ the 850 FPS. the scope that comes w/ it is pretty worthless. it doesn't hold zero very well & after around 200 shots it gave up. offer this w/ out a scope for a better price.What others should know:
the trigger is "adjustable" but mine was terrible. i had to do A LOT of "modification" to make this trigger acceptable. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MODIFY TRIGGERS UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING! when i got this rifle "broke in" 100-200 shots & put a decent scope on it (hammers AO 3-9x32 $60-ebay) it is pretty accurate & i'm happy w/ it. my hatsan mod 87 (.177) is a much better rifle for $200, but for $150 this is not that bad once you get the trigger right & put a decent scope on it. the 43" length is shorter that a lot of others, but it is as hard to cock as other rifles that do 900-1000 fps.