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List Price $168.00
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|Max Velocity||700 fps|
|Cocking Effort||47 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Good all around so far, (only fired a couple hundred rounds).
Things I would have changed: Heavy pistol, lose some weight.
What others should know: The sights leave a lot to be desired. I mounted a red/green dot from UTG and now its a tac driver. Use blue thread locker when mounting any device, and check the screws often.
Things I liked: Power and Acurracy. The sled: What they call the anti-recoil power system is a sled for the whole barrel, power plant and trigger assembly. It serves 2 purposes in my view: buffers the recoil yes, but also acts as a built-in "artillary hold" (google that with spring piston). Very cool.
Things I would have changed: Put a Weaver rail on top, create a shoulder stock option. It's heavy so put an eyelet on it somewhere so I can sling it, or make a decent holster for it. Put some sound dampening into the cocking handle?
What others should know: .22 Cal. Big, heavy, and yes it's hard to cock until you get used to it. Not for the weak, but I'm an out-of-shape 53yr old and I can shoot it fine for hours. There's a trick to it. My 14 year old daughter can't do it. I don't thing my wife could. I leave the cocking assist on: no reason to take it off. I'm not great with iron sights but this gun has a mount for optics so I put a dovetail-to-Weaver adapter and a red dot reflex sight on it that I had in a drawer and wow, I've got dime sized groups at 6 yds (bench rested), and it's hard for me to even focus on a dime at that distance! And I've got consistent 1" groups at 9 yds (free standing/no brace). What's great about putting that sight on there is you can bring the gun up to your chest, which combats the fatigue you'll have holding this thing with your arms extended. The gun is stabler with you're elbows tucked in. Shot 6 different pellets in the gun. 3 best so far, in order, RWS Superdome, Field Trophy Target, Predator Polymag.
Things I liked: Power is great for close range small game hunting from rabbit down to ground squirrels. The recoil rail is a good feature, really works. When shot this pistol has a powerful smooth kick! My first harvest was a rattle snake. One shot no problem. This pistol was accurate for a head shot. .
Things I would have changed: The 11mm scope mount on pistol should be flat not round. Having the mount round makes it a little difficult to mount a scope even with an adapter. Scope mounts and adapters are flat on the bottom. Scope will move when pistol is shot. This is why I gave this pistol a four star rating over all.
What others should know: I used the UTG three Allen screw 11mm to weaver adapter, to mount Center Point Red Green dot sight. There is no stop pin hole on the pistol, but after tightening the mount I also tightened the stop pin for extra hold. I have owned this pistol for 16 months with no issues.
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has anyone done an actual chrony test to see the velocity in .22, if so could you post some results please,thanks
The video with this listing shows average about 540fps with a 14.5gr pellet.
I have used the browning 800 22 cal and its awesome, however in the instructions they stress the type of oil to be used and not to much either so what type and where can I get it ?
It depends on what you are trying to lubricate. Give this lubrication guide a read, Pyramyd sells the lubricants and oils mentioned inside. Read the spring gun maintenance section. https://www.pyramydair.com/airgun-resources/manuals/RWS_SpringGunTips_Umarex.pdf
If so many pistols are basically the same in construction. The price is the difference and the trigger pull and the stength of cocking the gun. Why the difference in the price. One is 19lbs and another is 58lbs. Guns look the same. What metals are they using that is so much more expensive,that warrants the higher cost.
That really depends on what you are comparing this to. One thing to keep in mind, if the cocking effort is higher, it's got a more powerful spring or gas ram inside of it, which means it should be shooting harder than something with less cocking effort.
|Max Velocity||700 fps|