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1-year limited warranty
Earn 200 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $230.00 Save $30.05 (13%)
as low as $18/month
Only 3 left in stock
|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: Browning lived up to their name on this break barrel. For this price point the stock is beautiful and the gun fits me nicely and shoulders well. Very good accuracy and the cooking action is very manageable for a powerhouse like this. The scope that's included is not worthy of this gun and frankly I am surprised that Browning would put their insignia on it. Invest in a nice 3x9 bug buster or another "short scope" due to the issue written below
Things I would have changed: The only negative issue I have is loading the pellets into the breach. It's very awkward when you cock the under barrel lever, a larger scope impedes the loading process and if you are target shooting your fingers will get fatigued in a hurry.
What others should know: I got myself a " BUG buster " scope and it fixed the problem of loading awkwardness. Looking for a powerful Under lever with good accuracy that won't break the bank? This is a solid choice.
Things I liked: Accurate, affordable
Things I would have changed: Scope, it's not the worst I've ever had but it isn't the greatest. The trigger is also okay but not amazing.
What others should know: But this rifle! Just expect to throw some money at it, it needs a better scope it just gets foggy at higher powers. I bought some RWS superdomes for mine at 14.5 g and they shoot phenomenal. Getting 1" groups at 50 yards.
Things I liked: Quality for the price is outstanding.
Things I would have changed: Possible less weight
What others should know: A little louder than I thought it would be. All in all, great gun.
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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.
Which rifle would be better GAMO Whisper CFR Or the GAMO ACCU Or this rifle By the way i am looking for a very accurate under lever air rifle
If you want accuracy go with the Air Arms TX200 or Weirauch Hw 77 or Hw 97 . But you are looking at more money.
will a bipod fit on this air rifle?
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|