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1-year limited warranty
List Price $230.00, Orig.Price $199.95 Save $40.00 (20%)
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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||28 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||5.2 lbs|
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Things I liked: Bought this gun for my dad. It is very accurate and powerful even though its still breaking in. He loves it, and I think its a great product for the money.
Things I liked: The product was wrapped well and secure in the box, nothing was broken or damaged and I appreciate the care that was taken in sending my new air rifle.
Things I would have changed: Keep up the good work.
What others should know: Thank you for Air gun Academy, I learn something new everytime I watch. I have a very old 1400 Crossman with blown seals and I can not find anyone in my area (PA) who repairs airguns, perhaps it is time for Pyramyd to get into the business of airgun repair. Please thank everyone especially shipping for the fine job in getting me my Browning,
Things I liked: Solid,,Good Finish and Fit,nice length of pull,strong gun,22 cal
Things I would have changed: The weight,needs a diet. 2 stage trigger,package options ( as in choice of scopes and triggers )
What others should know: The thing is heavy,to heavy for me hold standing so it's basically a bench-rest gun.The Breach is too tight,I really have to fanagle the pellets to get them in the breach and then I wonder if I've deformed them and it's messing up my groups.got crocus cloth on the way to try and remedy that.I was getting some pretty good groups at 50 yrds,about silver dollar with some H&N Spitszels and barracuda match.Then it opened up.The scope just dos'nt cut it.The image washes out very easily,especially if your in the sun shooting at a target in the shade,or facing towards the sun at time like mid-morning or mid to late after-noon.precise cheek weld is crucial.It's breaking in well enuff, 500+ shots and cocking smoother and the trigger is better but still un-predictable.My TechForce 97 may not be as strong or pretty but at this point it's more fun, accurate,I can walk and shoot,the trigger is smoother,been shot alot,easier to load,even the cheap 4-32 TechForce scope works better,for me at least.
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How do I set the scope for barrel droop ?
You can do two things. 1) you can shim the scope by placing a piece of a business card or thin plastic under the scope tube on the rear ring. 2) you can purchase adjustable rings from Sportsmatch that can be adjusted to compensate without shimming.
In the picture the scope looks to be a AO scope but does not say that in description. Is it?
Yes, this scope does have an adjustable objective
I just got my Browning Leverage in .22. The trigger felt like something was rubbing against metal so I took a look. The trigger spring is sitting under a little heal under the trigger itself( when the barrel it upside down.) and the tip of the L-bend in the spring is pressing on the wall of the trigger housing. It scratches along this wall during the entire path of the trigger pull. Is this normal or has my spring shifted from its proper location? I can't believe this is what was intended from the factory.
Update : I took the trigger apart and polished a very rough trigger and sear. It is much better now. Still about 6 pounds but the rifle is shooting three shot dimes at 25 yards after only 50 pellets. It can only get better as it breaks in. Im much happier now.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|