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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: Excellent quality pistol for the money. Once sighted in for 15 meters, it fired a variety of different size .22 pellets accurately. Cocking, with the assist, is fairly easy.
Things I would have changed: Trigger safety could be of higher quality. Would prefer gas piston to spring.
What others should know: Great value & a fun gun to shoot.
Things I liked: Great gun for the money. Needs at least 100 shots to smooth the cocking action.
Things I would have changed: Adjustable trigger pull.
What others should know: Really needs to be shot lots before it is broken in.
Things I liked: Uh, not much, especially since I couldn't shoot it.
Things I would have changed: The 800 I received (and returned) was impossible for me to cock. I am a reasonably fit/strong guy and this break barrel system overtaxed me.
What others should know: It may have been a problem with that specific 800, but folks at Pyramyd have whispered that they don't think the 800 is a great choice.
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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://cdn.pyramydair.com/site/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.
Can I mount a UTG Weaver/Picatinny Riser Mount, Medium Profile, 0.83" High (PY-A-3404) on this Browning?
I used this adapter on mine and had issues with it sliding. Even fully tightened down, the adapter slides from the anti-recoil. I VERY CAREFULLY drilled a small hole in the top of the gun to receive the set screw on the adapter.
It would have to be a UTG 11mm to picatinny mount UTG New Gen Dovetail-to-Picatinny/Weaver Adapter,... .
|Max Velocity||700 fps|