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Air Arms Pro-Sport

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Air Arms Pro-Sport

Right-hand beech stock. Wood stains vary. Yours may be lighter or darker than this image.

The cocking lever is hidden underneath the wood forearm. Pull the lever this far back to properly cock this air rifle.

Beech stock. Wood stains may vary.

Beech stock. Wood stains may vary.

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Right-hand beech stock. Wood stains may vary.

Left-hand walnut stock. Wood stains vary. Yours may be lighter or darker than this image.

Right-hand walnut stock. Wood stains vary. Yours may be lighter or darker than this image.

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  • .177" (4.5mm)Refurb

    Refurb, Caliber: .177" (4.5mm),

    Refurbished Beech stock

  • .177" (4.5mm)Beech
  • .177" (4.5mm)Walnut
  • .22" (5.5mm)Beech
  • .22" (5.5mm)Walnut

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PY-177-3589

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    WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
The specs show that the Pro-Sport has a 9.5" Lothar Walther barrel. We've had a number of customers email us that this is a mistake. It is not. The barrel really is only 9.5" long. The gun has a shroud over the barrel, and the shroud is longer than the barrel. It gives the illusion that the barrel is longer than 9.5 inches. It isn't! The barrel is the rifled portion.

The Air Arms Pro-Sport has earned a faithful following among field target shooters because it's remarkably accurate and easy to shoot.

However, you don't have to shoot field target to appreciate this gun. In fact, you might want to get the .22 for hunting rats, mice, rabbits and squirrels. It's super-quiet because it has a barrel shroud that helps deaden the sound.

The Monte Carlo stock and raised cheekpiece are just a couple of the gun's ergonomic features. Air Arms has increased the amount of area that is checkered on the grip and forearm. If you've ever had sweaty palms while hunting or during a match, you'll appreciate the extra gripping power!

The Pro-Sport has a 12-groove Lothar Walther barrel and comes to you in a tuned state. That means you won't have to spend hours or days fiddling with the gun to make it shoot perfectly.

The weight given in the specifications section at left says 9.03 lbs., but that's for the walnut stock. The beech stock is only 8.60 lbs.

This rifle does not come with a scope or sights, so remember to pick up a scope when ordering!

Don't forget to pick up a variety of recommended pellets, which are listed in the AMMO link below. Select appropriate accessories, including targets and a scope, by clicking on the ACCESSORIES link.
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Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity950 fps
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length9.5"
Overall Length40.5"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort39.6 lbs
BarrelRifled
Front Sightnone
Rear Sightnone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateVentilated rubber
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Trigger Pull3.0 lbs
ActionUnderlever
SafetyAutomatic
PowerplantSpring-piston
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight9.03 lbs
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Things I liked: I tested my walnut prosport. 22. Mounted a mint Redfield 3x9 fine crosshair scope. At 40 yards, 3 shots on Terminator 16gr went on the same gong spot, and it is windy today. So, a tack driver on hunting pellets. Yep, a dream rifle if I ever shot one.

Things I would have changed: Nothing, but shipping department better tape better. Box was open at top, and looked like it had been kicked. Luckily it was double-boxed. No damages. No flaws. It's the prettiest air rifle I ever shot in 53 years of air riflery.

What others should know: It is not a powerhouse spring-piston. It's a Rolls-Royce rifle. If you are a connoisseur of fine air rifles, then you will appreciate this rifle. I like 700fps on Spring-piston. I'd like 880fps better, but I have PCP rifles for power. This is a gentleman's air rifle.

 

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Things I liked: She arrived in an open box at top, and a foot sized dent in the box. However, the Lord has blessed me with no damage found. I've never seen such a beautiful air rifle in my life. The wood grain on my stock is as nice as some of the prettiest models I've seen online. The blue looks like my 1961 Colt Python. That good. It is from polishing the metal out properly. Deep. Like seven coats of laquer on a hot rod. Old vintage Redfield scope blue matches rifle too. No matte finish scopes for a rifle of this quality. One piece mount. I feel very lucky today.

Things I would have changed: Nothing.

What others should know: I'm going to zero the rifle after the wind dies down. I will elaborate on the performance at another time. It's prettier in hand than online. It is a dream rifle. Thank you Pyramid air. I know you guys are having a rough time with the scamdemic. The rifle escaped damage, and looks beautiful. I'm floored. You're the best!

 

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By Carson from USA on 2020-04-07
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Things I liked: I don't know whether the rifle had to be broken in, or I just had to learn how to shoot it, but not until after a thousand rounds did I begin to see accuracy that satisfied me. And after two thousand rounds the accuracy became superb, regularly yielding 1/4" (c-t-c) 5 shot groups at 35 yards. While it shoots most pellets well, I have settled on 14.3 gr Falcon pellets which also give superb accuracy in my FX Impact. Topped with an SWFA 16X42 scope it is now ready for the hunting seasons to open up. Everyone seems to rave about the fit and finish on the Pro Sport. I will agree that the finish is top shelf on both the wood and metal, the fit is just average mass-produced fair. The gun displays gaps between wood and metal around the barrel channel and uneven surfaces around the trigger guard. But then, nobody is asking custom prices for this gun. The checkering is beautiful, but too fine and uses flat top diamonds, yielding little effective increase in grip.

Things I would have changed: This gun needs to go on a serious diet (but then, so do I). When I first picked it up it felt like a cast iron baseball bat. The wrist is overly large and both forend and butt could stand some serious trimming. perhaps that mass in the wrist is necessary to withstand the stresses of cocking which is definitely not a job for the faint of heart. At 6' 3" and 300 pounds I certainly don't fall into the 98 pound weakling class, but the first time I cocked the gun, with the butt against my thigh, I didn't think I could manage to do it a second time. Now I accomplish the task by placing the butt on the ground, braced against the side of my left foot and using my body weight to easily depress the cocking lever. Earlier this week I managed over 400 rounds through this gun in one day, so obviously, cocking is no longer an issue. The trigger is not bad at all, but could be better; but I grew up on Anshutz's and Feinwerkbaus, so I guess I'm spoiled when it comes to triggers.

What others should know: No matter how many airguns you own, this rifle could be the showpiece of your collection. It has the classic rifle profile with smooth pleasing lines rather than the futuristic angles and sharp corners seen on so many other airguns. The bluing, or blacking if you will, is flawless looking, as others have described it, like black glass - truly beautiful. It is heavy, so take care in your choice of scope. One of the 34mm tubed tactical scopes with steel rings could easily raise the package weight to almost 13 pounds (I don't know what that is in stones). Bottom line - this is an elegant design which has been beautifully manufactured with high quality exhibited in every part - an airgun you can take pride in for years to come - for you and and your grandchildren. Worth every cent.

 

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  • Marcus from USA asked:

    Is there a gas piston cylinder that will easily replace the spring piston in this rifle or the TX200?

    • Mark from USA:

      There is no gas piston available for either the Prosport or the TX200 MKIII.

  • joe from USA asked:

    The specifications say 3lbs for a trigger pull. Does it go lighter than that?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Absolutely. I've adjusted them down to the 1 lbs range safely

  • Mark from USA asked:

    I would like some feedback about having this gun tuned with either the... VORTEX PG2 SHO or the VORTEX PG2. It looks to me like the VORTEX PG2 is the most popular. Also... does the price include having Pyramyd Air install it? I plan to buy the HC. I also want to buy the bug buster scope and want PA to do the 20 for $20 before shipping it. I want the box for collector purpose so after the scope is zeroed they can remove it for shipping. To TUNE or not to TUNE... THAT is the question. Any and all advice will be welcomed.

    • Tyler from USA:

      The price for the kit is $79.99. The installation price is another $79.99. Personally, I like to shoot a gun before a tune so I can better measure the improvements and changes. If you never shoot it before it gets a tune kit, you'll never know. Just my opinion though.

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Item Description

AA-PS7HRBU [PY-177-3589] - Item Condition: Refurb

Refurbished Beech stock


Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity950 fps

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