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|Max Velocity||492 fps|
|Cocking Effort||7 lbs|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
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Things I liked: Very happy with my as new Cometa Indian Super easy to cock; very powerful; and accurate at my indoor range distance of 25 feet.. Trigger is fine and love this pistol!
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: Buy this one - you will be very happy that you did!
Things I liked: Does not use CO2
Things I would have changed: less flimsy cocking mechanism, better quality sights, rear sight is not even adjustable for elevation, windage adjustment is a joke, only a lock down screw in a dovetail. The slide which allows access to breach loading is very difficult to work, you must push down on the cocking lever while pushing forward the slide, the chamber for pellet loading is not easy to access for consistent seating of pellet against lands and groves of rifling, finish is very poor, like a rough cast galvanized mess, safety mechanism is a joke, slides forward to lock down the cocking lever, does not even line up well, terrible design. Worst of all, accuracy seems terrible thus far, I am still trying different loading techniques and types of pellets, if it does not get better I will sell cheap, I would sell now for 50 less than I paid, unfortunately it's junk. It surprises me that others review positive. NRA High Master, PPC 1480 Club, don't claim to know everything, but this is my opinion.
What others should know: I have shot target center fire, rim fire and air guns for decades, wasn't expecting this to be a target gun, but thought it would at least be as good quality as Umarex Colt SAA, which I am still remarkably impressed with the quality of. This gun should cost 50 dollars.
Things I liked: This is my second time I'm writing this review. I wrote the first review before Christmas and it was not added here. I thought maybe because the review had some negatives. The silver finish is nice. The gun feels good in your hand. Easy to point and shoot. Accuracy seems okay at 15 yards but I need to do more testing. A short learning curve on loading pellets.
Things I would have changed: Want a 22 cal instead of 177. Why does nobody not sell the Cometa Indian gun in 22 cal.
What others should know: Shooting test as soon as I received the cometa Indian. I'm in California. The temperature was 58 degrees. The 177 pellets used is 6 grams. Made in China. The advertised FPS is 500 fps and 492 fps. Start FPS 418 422 405 402.2 400 427.9 412 391.8 419.7 404.3 I was disappointed in the FPS. I know the industry uses alloy pellets in their advertisments instead of the real world using lead pellets. When the wheather gets warmer I will test with different pellets.
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The description for this says the grip is "ambi," but all the photos show the grip as being right handed. Which is correct, the description or the photos?
It's really right-handed. It has a nice thumb grip on the left. So if you are a lefty it may not be the best option. It would be a pain for a leftie. But it's an amazing gun. If you're any good with wood you should be able to carve a left hand grip that will work. I've seen people do it.
can a red dot sight be mounted on this pistol?
|Max Velocity||492 fps|
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