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|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Buttplate||Soft rubber recoil pad|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||1.5 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||32|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
|Cylinder Size||215 cc|
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Things I liked: pretty much everything, great looks and performance, I love the feel of the wood stock.
Things I would have changed: add a regulator to increase shot count and accuracy
What others should know: My 25 cal. is a bit more accurate than my 22 cal. They are both pretty good. I really like the quietness of these rifles. My Gauntlet 22 cal. is quite a bit louder. I have posted pics of the first 3 targets I shot with my 25 cal. The first 10 shots went thru the same hole at 10 meters. (offset left because I had not yet adjusted the scope after mounting it.) I was shooting crono strings and was rushing a bit. Better pellets and a better shooter will get better results. My friend shoots 65 yard groups with his modified 22 cal. Marauder (aftermarket barrel) that is the same size as my 10 shot group in my first target.
Things I liked: This was my first PCP air rifle. I purchased it, because I am 70 years old with a painful condition. Breaking my Diana 34P is too much work. Both rifles are .22. The Marauder is very accurate with virtually no recoil, and it is very quiet. Also, I do not have to think about artillery or other holds. The rifle has a 3-9x42 UTG scope on it. I know it costs more than springers, but it is worth the money. I also have two ten-shot magazines and the single-shot tray. I bought the Hill pump with moisture filter.
Things I would have changed: I do not know of any at this time, as it is my first PCP.
What others should know: It has a very good trigger. It was a very satisfying purchase. If you take it to the range, you will shortly have others watching you.
Things I liked: I prefer the wood stock for the feel and weight. If I was hiking and carrying for hours...go with the plastic stock. My gun is totally stock and I will leave it that way. Trigger is very nice and not worth adjusting with little creep, 2lb break, and tiny over travel. Lots of power, as mine shoots in the high 800fps with 14.3 gr pellets over 800psi drop and is very very quiet. Optimum accuracy is 2900-2100psi and getting 40 shots across the PSI drop. Accuracy will maintain at lower PSI, but the POI and Ft Lbs Energy starts to drop noticeably. Best 50yd accuracy is with Crossman Premier 14.3 domed and .6" 5 shot groups are the norm and it shoots several pellets under .75". Just grab them out of the tin load them and shoot....if I shot sorted/measured pellets and spent more testing...no question it would shoot under .5" at 50yds. I don't see a need to spend any more money for what I do with a pellet gun.
Things I would have changed: Nothing...I knew what I was buying....lots of information all over the internet...so no surprises.
What others should know: I should have bought one years ago instead of two springers. I bought this for shooting Vermin at longer ranges (50 to +100 yards) because the .177 springers were just not accurate enough to consistently hit birds past 30yds or powerful enough to quickly kill rabbits . It kills cotton tail rabbits with body/lung shots easily out to 40yds so far. Pigeon, Eurasion Doves, Starlings etc. explode into a feather cloud at 50-60yds. Buy a 4500psi tank fill system for it. I can not even imagine pumping this thing up to shoot it frequently . I was able to accuracy test five different pellets over 1200psi range in a couple hours. Not possible having to try to pump this thing. If you shoot quite a bit...AIR TANK or even two depending on your ability to get them filled! For what I use a pellet gun for I don't see where I would ever need to spend more money. This gun is doing every thing I possibly could want to get rid of pests, and I would not hesitate to body/lung shoot a raccoon.
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|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
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