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Swiss Arms TAC1 Air Rifle Combo, Black

3.5 (4 reviews)
Swiss Arms TAC1 Air Rifle Combo, Black

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PC288723 [PY-3518-6785]
Black stock, includes 4x32 scope and mount

Swiss Arms TAC1 Combo Price

$109.99

Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1200 fps
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBlack
  • Swiss Arms TAC1 air rifle
  • Spring-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • 11mm optics rail (no open sights)
  • Ambidextrous synthetic black thumbhole stock
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • Muzzlebrake
  • 7.80 lbs. with scope and mount
  • Includes 4x32 scope (unmounted) and mount


A lightweight rifle with a muzzlebrake for added cocking leverage, the Swiss Arms TAC1 air rifle combo delivers some good knockdown power for soda cans, spinners, small rodent pests and more.

The ambi stock is lightweight and made for carrying all day in the field. The 4x32 hunting scope is good for general use.

A unique feature is a new spring design that reduces noise. Guns in this price range are often under-powered and rarely come with a scope, making this a real bargain!

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PC288723 [PY-3518-6785]
Black stock, includes 4x32 scope and mount

Swiss Arms TAC1 Combo Price

$109.99

Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1200 fps
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

Swiss Arms TAC1 Combo Specs

Max Velocity1200 fps
Overall Length43.75"
ButtplateRubber
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight7.8 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
SafetyManual
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length18.38"
BarrelRifled
Front Sightnone
Rear Sightnone
ActionBreak barrel
PowerplantSpring-piston
Body TypeRifle

Swiss Arms TAC1 Combo Reviews

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Things I liked:

for the money not bad.just made sure all screws were tight. did use thread locker on them.shoots well.

Things I would have changed:

it is a springer for sure so i put a diana recoil mount on and it works like a charm and holds zero.need to not destroy any scopes.

What others should know:

just that it has a good springer kick to it.

5.0 5.0

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4.0 4.0

Things I liked:

Great feel to the rifle, well balanced, incredibly high fps (the box says 950fps, but the first 5 shots, possibly from oil residue dieseling, I clocked at 1200, 1190, 1150, 1150 and 1140). The gun performed flawlessly out of the box, I did tighten the forward stock screws a bit as they needed just a twist more to be firm. That sound barrier crack was unexpected but great anyway, perhaps as the barrel oil burns off the fps will drop back to the described number.

Things I would have changed:

What I didn’t like… well firstly the scope mount pin (that should guide the scope to the proper placement for mounting) was about half a cm too long so the clamps would not dock correctly. I just filed it down a bit and then it fit fine… still seemed a bit lame that no one had checked that before leaving the factory. Also the scope itself was sooooo far off zero, like it was set to another dimension’s gravity and distance. But my laser bore sight fixed that in no time.. well a lot of clicking and no time. And the trigger is squishy, it’s a draw back and wait trigger, but… not so bad, just not crisp at all.

What others should know:

The "suppressor" at the end of the barrel doesn't seem to be anything more than cosmetic and a reasonable perch for cocking the rifle. But over all its a good solid gun with great FPS for the price.

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4.0 4.0

Things I liked:

This rifle is built good for a hundred dollar rifle. It has a rifled barrel. The scope is way better than I ever expected and the rifle is very accurate after you get the scope dialed in. With good pellets and yes they make a big difference I can hit thumb tacs at 25 yards almost every time and when I miss its not the rifle. For the price this is an awesome rifle!!!

Things I would have changed:

Yes the stock was a lil loose after the first day of shooting not a big deal I put a lil lock tite on the bolts problem solved. The scope isnt the greatest but not bad after I figired out what was going on the arrow for up is backwards so up is really down same with left to right I got it dialed in and it has been good since.

What others should know:

This is my kids rifle and yes it had a few lil issues but a lil lock tight and a lil scope configuration and you got a hard hitting, accurate, well built rifle. For a hundred bucks you cant beat it. You cant beat it.

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  • derick from USA asked:

    What is the twist rate of the tac 1 Swiss arm

    • Chevota from USA answered:

      I don't know for sure but assuming it's the same as any other chinese B18 I think it's around 1 in 16. I forget exactly but it's between 16 and 18 and that's more than enough to shoot any pellet the gun can spit out. Your real concern will not be twist, but bore quality, so check that as soon as you get it.

  • Timothy from USA asked:

    Is the trigger adjustable?

    • Chevota from USA answered:

      I have no doubt this 100% a chinese B18 gun so you can look up info for Crosman guns of that same design for more info. Like the Optima, Vantage, Phantom etc, including Nitro guns like the Venom, Titan and whatever other models they'd made up this month. If so then there will be a little 3mm screw behind the trigger, but you'll find that is does next to nothing. Ideally you need an aftermarket GRT etc trig, but those are very expensive considering the guns cost. Optionally you can mod the oem trigger to do the same, better really, it just takes some work. chevota at hotmail and I'll send the how-to The newer Cros/Benj NP2 trigger is different.

    • oats from USA answered:

      At this price point ? Doubtful ?

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