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Earn 430 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $490.00 Save $60.01 (12%)
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|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Cocking Effort||45 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Post globe|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: Everything, considering it's a break barrel.If you want a powerful air gun and it has to be a brake barrel ( some have trouble loading a fixed barrel like the 460 or a Walther LGU ) this will do the job. Looks like a high end rifle,shoots like a high end rifle. I'm a big believer in " you get what you pay for". Surprisingly there is very little spring buzz with this gun.
Things I would have changed: Change scope mounts to allow Weaver style rings.
What others should know: Can't compare this with anything else, because there isn't anything else in this class, although the Parrus is close. I tried a gas piston in this class and the cocking effort was Brutal ( with a capital B). Sent it back and got this. No regrets and am glad I did. Velocity is close to the same and the cocking effort is much better. The effort with a gasser is high right at the start, but with the springer is starts low and gains in effort as you go. In effect giving you a running start when cocking.
Things I liked: The overall appearance says quality--the lockup is tight--the trigger is great--length of pull and balance is just right for me. Power is high as is the spring piston type recoil. Deadly at 50 yds.
Things I would have changed: Offer a peep sight to go with the high target globe on the front.
What others should know: It seems all RWS/Diana guns are sold in a dry condition. Clean and lube before use. I did not need to use any special hold. It worked good any way I tried it.
Things I liked: Build quality, fit and finish. Exceptional quality for the price.
Things I would have changed: If you want a light rifle to carry all day, this isn't it.
What others should know: This is a magnum springer. Mine shoots about 20.5 fpe (Kodiak @ 930 fps). In .177 the power plant will push light pellets supersonic. Stick with heavy pellets. This rifle is probably a best suited to a still/stand hunter or a strong young person who doesn't mind carrying the additional weight all day. This is a hard recoiling rifle (to be expected) so make sure your mounts and optics can take it. This is a very fine magnum hunting rifle. Out of the box mine shot dime sized groups at 25 yards with Kodiak pellets.
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Why is the 177 stuck with the 05 trigger 1st stage adjustment only.
Do they offer a left handed stock? Or one without cheek piece ?
nope, the stock is ambi and the only it comes (besides synthetic 350P version)
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|