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Earn 45 Bullseye Bucks
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|Max Velocity||360 fps|
|Cocking Effort||19.80 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||5.75 lbs|
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Things I liked: Comfortable, easy to cock, quiet.
Things I would have changed: The trigger feels a bit too stiff.
What others should know: I apologize for posting the same review for two products. I own the following air pistols that I had a chance to compare: - Tau 7 Junior - Daisy Avanti 747 - Browning Buck Mark - Umarex Strike Point Tau 7 and Daisy 747 are excellent - on the mark all the time. No complaints. The only thing I don't like about 747 is it's a little bit hard to hold with one hand if you have smaller hands. Buck Mark: Good things: very comfortable in hand, very easy to load pellet to the barrel, extremely easy to cock (one of the lightest effort, I must add). On the other hand - it shoots far to the left consistently. But it's fun to shoot, for sure. And, considering its very low noise level, shooting inside is not a problem. Strike point: bulky, but not heavy, relatively accurate (although it takes a bit of time to get used to the blunt front post with not very bright "red dot" plastic insert), relatively quiet. Daisy 747 feels better in hand, but for its money and, considering the variable power, seems alright. On the other hand, with its squarish shape of the grip it is not as comfortable as Buck Mark. The reason I am putting the same review for both pistols (Buck Mark and Strike Point) is because I want to say this: if you have an urge for a comfortable pistol to shoot - go with Buck Mark, if you want more accuracy - go with Strike Point. Both are good for quiet shooting sessions at a short distance, especially considering their price.
Things I liked: Very nice replica of Browning Buck Mark even has the logo! Easy to cock spring pistol so no CO2. Scope railing ready to go! Quiet indoor shooter and suprising accuracy with the right pellets. I am very satisfied with this pistol would like to see some more spring powered replica pistols from Umarex Fun shooter! hit cans out to 20 yards!
Things I would have changed: Nothing ! Maybe the auto safety is not needed but ok for young shooters
What others should know: Very good for target practice indoors offhand. Get one!
Things I liked: Easy to cock and load. Built in scope/red dot base. Inexpensive. Accurate. Well balanced. Pretty decent trigger.
Things I would have changed: Not much. Like all spring piston guns, you can feel a slight jerk when you fire.
What others should know: I love this gun. I have bad eyesight, so mounting a red dot is almost a necessity. Wish more guns made it so easy.
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Is the browning buck mark pistol rebuild able? O-rings ect!!
I just tested my buckmark urx with my new chronograph, and crosman 'fast flight' penetrators were blazing over the chronograph up to 413 fps!!! Amazing for a pistol rated for 360 fps
Will the Walther Competition II Top Point Sight, 24mm, Green Dot, 10 MOA, work on this gun?
Yes, I have the same sight.
|Max Velocity||360 fps|