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|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Cocking Effort||39 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: Pick up this rifle and you know you have a top quality machine in your hands.
Things I would have changed: Take 2 pounds off of it. (Not possible, really)
What others should know: Fit , finish , accuracy , and everything is top German quality. I like to set pop cans on end with the pull tab facing me. My 54 (in .22) w/ Bushy 5-15 AO will take out the rivet of the pull tab at 40 yds. The next two shots just widen the hole. This is off my porch railing resting on my hand. The biggest problem is the few times you miss you can't blame the rifle.
Things I liked: FIT AND FINISH is Flawless , Wood stock has beautifully checkering and feels great in hand. Blueiing is nicely done. I have been shooting RWS supper dome .22 cal at 40 yards bullseye after bullseye!
Things I would have changed: Not a thing.
What others should know: The RWS AIR KING IS A HEAVY RIFLE , the floating rail takes a bit getting used to. And I also had to Shim my hawk air max I suggest buying Scope mounts that compensate droop... When you first Handel you AIR KING do not be alarmed over the rattle thats how the floating rail is designed when you cock your rifle the rail moves thus the recoil is reduced dramatically. ALSO INVEST SOME MONEY IN A GOOD SCOPE , I PUT THE HAWK AIRMAX ON MINE . BULLSEYE THIS RIFLE IS VERY ACCURATE.
Things I liked: Build quality , accuracy , lack of recoil. This rifle is made to be the King of Air Guns !
Things I would have changed: It is a bit heavy , but man up or stay home.
What others should know: Of course , get a quality scope. No place to pinch pennies.
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Does the elevation dial on top supposed to click when turned? Mine doesn't.
Thank you so much for that answer. Last night I unscrewed the dial and there is indeed two small indents which should have small metal bearings in them which make the dial click. They are missing for some reason, and on a new gun. If I knew what size those bearing are supposed to be I can just drop them into the indents and problem solved. As an experiment I used regular bb's....but they're way too big. Thank you......Steve
My three RWS/Diana rifles all click when the elevation dial on the open sight is adjusted. There is a ball detent system in the sight. If you screw your elevation dial all the way up, you should be able to remove the adjuster dial and see if it has detent slots/holes on the underside. IF they are not there, that would tell me that Diana has changed the design so it does not click/detent any longer. But if they are and you don't have the spring/ball detent set up, I'd send the gun back for a replacement or call Umarex USA for a new sight.
Is there a solid recommendation on a scope or olympic sight set up for the Air King at .177?
There are a lot of scope options that would work. I'd recommend a Leapers as they are backed by a lifetime warranty and all of their scopes are magnum springer rated. I'd also recommend getting one of the Bullseye mounts: Bullseye ZR 1-Pc Mount, Fits...
OK, the rifle is in my cart. So I have just one straight forward question I'm hoping I'll gain some knowledge from. Should I go with the .177 or the .22? Just so you know, I don't hunt, strictly target and collection purposes. Which would you buy?
If you're just target shooting, I would go with .177 and get some heavy pellets to try out like H&N Baracuda and JSB Exact Heavy
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
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