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Air Venturi V10 Competition Target Pistol
The .177 caliber V10 Competition Target Pistol is the ideal choice for your entry into 10-meter precision air pistol shooting. The single pump V10 is loaded with features typically found in competition match pistols costing much more. The handsome pneumatic target pistol resembles a semiautomatic rather than the single-shot it is, but it doesn't hurt the wallet like most other top-level match air pistols designed for 10-meter precision shooting.
Constructed with a competition-grade rifled steel barrel, the pistol features an attractive, adjustable walnut grip custom fit for right-handed shooters. There is a large palm shelf on the right side that adjusts comfortably to your hand, a thumb rest on the left, and the robust grip has added stippling for superior control. The V10 includes adjustable sights.
Generating 400 fps, the V10's single-stroke pneumatic power plant is free from recoil and vibration thus enhancing the pistol's accuracy. And since the V10 doesn't require CO2 cartridges or high-pressure tanks for filling, operation is convenient and simple. The lightweight V10 features a metal lower and polymer upper for well-balanced overall weight of less than 2 lbs., making it comfortable to shoot. The V10 features a two-stage adjustable trigger that can be adjusted down to .88 lbs.
In addition to its ease and dependability, the low and consistent velocity of the V10 make it a valuable tool for target practice and training. It's quiet too!
Choose the Air Venturi V10 precision air pistol and begin practicing to compete in local and regional level matches today!
A world-class performer with a down-to-earth price.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
|Cocking Effort||21 lbs|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||1.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Grip feels good. Trigger is nice, i'm still adjusting it toward a lighter pull, a little at a time. Sights are good, the adjustable width of the rear sight is a nice feature.
Things I would have changed: More positive clicks on the sight adjustment screws would be nice, along with some information about how much movement of the point of impact occurs per click at 10meters. The manual could provide a lot more information. Manual also says cleaning the barrel should not be necessary but I am not a believer and the there is no info on disassembly for cleaning.
What others should know: I don't have anything better than a sandbag rest for testing accuracy so I can't vouch for that. I get pretty good groups and then with what feels like the same hold I am surprised with hits well out of the black. This could just be me, I'm 70 years old and my eyes are not what they used to be. I plan to let a competitive shooter try it to see what he thinks of the accuracy. I've heard good reviews from others so I don't want to sound too critical but as of right now I'm unsure if it's me or the pistol causing the fliers.
Things I liked: The trigger, sight, and grip are very adjustable. Trigger breaks at just under 1lb. Nice walnut grip.
Things I would have changed: A better Manual
What others should know: If your looking for a match pistol, the V10 is hard to beat.
Things I liked: Bought mine from Pyramid a couple months ago. Well balanced, easy single over stroke pump gun. Friendly to inexpensive Crosman domed pellets. Tricky to master but once you set trigger to your sweet spot (just turn a screw) it comes down to follow through concentration and the gun is very accurate - really fun to master it. The rear sight windage and elevation adjustments are positive click and right on. But follow through is an absolute with this gun. The right hand stock only needed small amount of sanding to fit my average size hand comfortably and correctly for 10m one hand games.
Things I would have changed: Make the adjustable rear sight blade width easier to adjust. Instruction manual included is no help. (I never figured it out but did grow to like the factory setting)
What others should know: The pump cylinder failed after approx 300 shots. Will not make pressure. If this failure did not occur the gun is a good value and fun. In process of returning to Pyramid to exchange for FAS 6004 Pellet Pistol. Much more $$ and I hope worth it. These precision target guns are hard to master - but very rewarding - and doable. Price seems to matter.
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What kind of oil should I use for the piston seal, on this gun.
Crosman pellgun oil is a good choice: Crosman Pellgun oil...
Are large or extra large grips available for this pistol?
Not at this time, but I would say the factory grip is on the larger side of medium
How does it compare with the Beeman top cockers? I have a P9 (I think) and find it awkward to shoot 45 times for IHMSA silhouette.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
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