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AirForce International 94 spring air rifle
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Cocking Effort||32 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: I just bought one of these straight from Air Force because they gave me a military discount. I have installed a center point 4X16 40mm scope on it. I had a hatsan edge vortex and it hit hard but without a doubt this one will punch through 5/8" plyboard every shot using 25.39 grain Exact Kings at 33 yards. I tried the 19.91 grain pellets but it didn't seam to like them much. This gun will kill. I also tested it for range and it will shoot out to 110 yds and still have enough energy to put down small animals
Things I would have changed: I would raise the cheek rest about an inch or so, it is fine for the open sights on the rifle but when adding a scope it is low.
What others should know: From what I have seen so far this is an excellent rifle, and the price <200 is very likeable.
Things I liked: The AirForce International 94 .25 cal is what I would call a "working man's" break-barrel air rifle. It's the kind of gun that's begs to be taken to the woods. It's light, quiet, maneuverable, and simply a joy to shoot. It cocks as easy as my Walther LGV with a trigger that is equal to that of my LGV. But this baby packs a punch and has the recoil to prove it. I had to move up to BKL triple-strap rings to hold my scope in place (see pics). I've also destroyed one scope and will probably move up to a 30mm scope if and when I destroy the one I have on it now. The rifle is capable of tight groupings of around 1.5 inches (+/-) at 30-35 yards with good quality pellets. Accuracy will begin to decline after that. The rifle is sturdy yet lighter than one would expect. I removed the synthetic stock and added a wood stock with only minimal increase in weight. The wood stock adds even more to the sense of quality in this air rifle. It's the perfect gun for short to medium range pests.
Things I would have changed: In the price range of this break-barrel air rifle, there's nothing much I would change except maybe some scope-stops up top. The cutouts that are there now are not scope-stops at all from what I was told. They are access points for lubrication. Silly me.
What others should know: I've tried a multitude of pellets through this gun and am currently using JSB Match Diabolo Exact King 25.39 Grains, domed with acceptable results. The wood stock also seems to have helped in hold stability while using free hand style. Overseas, the AirForce International 94 is called the Cometa Fenix 400 Galaxy. The wood stocks used on the Cometa Fenix 400 will fit this air rifle perfectly.
Things I liked: WOW! This is the most under rated break-barrel on the market today. The trigger is "Match Grade" and breaks under 2 lbs out of the box. Also this is a spring piston and you would never know it. Absolutely no "Twang" or spring noise what so ever. I have never experienced such a solid spring piston. Also the barrel locks in very solid with zero play.
Things I would have changed: Put a softer rubber but pad on the stock. The one it comes with is really hard and does not absorb much, if any of the recoil. Also add a Picatinny rail for a scope mount. The dovetail is inadequate for such a heavy recoil. The fiber optic sights are ok but could be a bit smaller in diameter.
What others should know: This is a great gun and has one of the best triggers on the market today. It is easy to adjust. Seriously, I own over 100 air rifles and this trigger is as good if not better than all. I own both the .25 cal and the .22 cal. The .25 cal shoots a little over 700 fps with the 19.91 gr pellets. The .22 call shoots in the low 800 fps with the 14.3 gr pellet. The guns are really easy to cock but they do have a substantial recoil which will destroy a cheap scope. I suggest a 30mm scope, maybe a UTG with the "TS" rating. I only have about 200 rounds through each. They group about the same. Shooting quarter size groups, with the occasional flyer, at 20 yards. This has to be one of the best guns for the money!!!!
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Hi, will this rifle be in stock regularly or it must be ordered with a 4 week wait?
It's a special order only item. So if you place an order for one, we will get it in house for you. It may take up to 4 weeks though.
2nd question, which rifle is better trigger wise the model 94 or 95? Perhaps they are the same just their appearance? I realize one has a wood stock and the other a synthetic.
Trigger is the same between the models
Hi all, does the hinge joint use a pin or a screw /pin so you can tighten up the breach block when necessary. Thanks for your alls time.
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|