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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Cocking Effort||36 lbs|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Micrometer adjustable|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: Seems well built, has a nice size to it. Beautiful rifle
Things I would have changed: Windage adjustment arrived broken and only goes one direction. Rifle couldn't hit the broad side of a barn
What others should know: I purchased this rifle about 2 months ago, only had it for a few weeks before I had to go to Europe for a few months, so I never got a chance to return it and am stuck with it. Already looking for a new airgun for when I get home, the 460 was literally one of the most unsatisfying purchases I have ever made.
Things I liked: I have not had this rifle for very long but I have already put about 600 pellets downrange and I absolutely love it! Gun is very accurate and shoots hard. I have found it actually shoots all sorts of weights and pellet types great but have concluded to using jsb diablo exact jumbo 18.13, s. They shoot flat and accurate, have a ton of energy and I just cronied them to shooting 775fps which is excellent. 14.3's crony at 860ish which is also great.T06 trigger is a joy to use.
Things I would have changed: Something I'm surprised no one has mentioned (that I've seen) about this rifle is the absolutely garbage safety. I thought it was broken out of the box but that's just the way they are apparently. The engineer who came up with that design needs to be slapped by a large german man. That is really my only complaint about this gun, which luckily is not a make or break feature on any gun for me.
What others should know: Springers take maintenance. Just don't let them go and they perform for a long time. Give the screws a tightness check after every time you take it out. They are usually fine once the gun breaks in. As others have mentioned the gun is on the heavy side but not rediculous by any means and balances very well. The gun is made of dense wood and steel which is why its heavy and also why they are accurate and reliable! . Also, I got some great advice from PA about what to and not to do with these guns as far as maintenance and I highly recommend talking to them before you purchase and use any rifle. They were very helpful and I really can't say enough good about PA's customer service and this rifle!
Things I liked: Well made rifle; the stock is beautiful and fit and finish is excellent. I had Pyramyd attach the scope, sight it in, and test fire the rifle (20 for 20). I received a chronograph tape showing the pellet speeds for the 20 pellets test fired, which is nice to have. I am very happy with the folks at Pyramyd, and feel this rifle is well worth the money.
Things I would have changed: It takes some effort to cock the under lever, but nothing that can't be handled by most people.
What others should know: I'm still breaking the rifle in, so I can't rate the accuracy as of yet. This rifle is rather heavy, so my next purchase will be for a good tripod.
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I assume this rifle is designed in Germany In what part of the world is it manufactured? Specifically, is this gun or any part of it made in China?
This rifle is made in Germany.
Are the front sight and post steel or plastic?
which mount and scope is best for this gun ?
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
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