RWS 850 AirMagnum Magazine.
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List Price $329.99, Orig.Price $299.99 Save $30.00 (10%)
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|Max Velocity||655 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: this is on sweet gun to shoot. smooth trigger.
Things I would have changed: not much.
What others should know: the bolt is a little sticky , if you are not definate in your bolt action the pellet will not load. a little practice takes care of that. if you put a scope on this gun you might want a rail with droop compensation. it seems this gun is accurate as hell but range is limited. 30-35 yards is about it. less for quality pest control, maybe 25 yards.
Things I liked: This air rifle never quite worked for me. The mag always jammed. Got a second one as a replacement, same problem. Tried everything from best pellets that money can buy to expert help. Have experience with all sorts of air rifles--love my AA prosport and PCPs. I have a CO2 pistol and it works just fine, wanted to have a CO2 rifle as well. Guess it is just not meant to be...
Things I would have changed: I only buy it from PyramidAir now and seek advice beforehand.
Things I liked: German engineering, out of the box dead on! Little to no adjustments or cleaning. Load, aim, fire and be surprised just how "dead on" this rifle is. Perfect balance, excellent grip and LOP. Trigger does not need further adjustment. Excellent let-off. Easy to load. Firm bolt action. Excellent intuitive auto safety and release to fire position. No special grip to accurately fire (no artillery hold needed). Pure joy to shoot. Why did I wait so long to purchase? If your on the fence about purchasing, you'll say the same thing! Buy it! It won't "break the bank" at $300. Be sure you buy it from PA. The folks there know this gun well and what add-on's to purchase with it.
Things I would have changed: May be offer a wood stock? Other than that, not a thing.
What others should know: Mine is a .22 set up with Mantis 3-9 32 AO scope, on a picatinny rail. compensator and a UTG bipod. (See mine in the Shared Images photos. It's the "Sniper Hammerli") That tips the cost out to $440. If you do shoot inside as I do, you need the compensator. It's quite load without it. I used 2" heat shrink around compensator holes, but seamed it at the bottom, and use contact cement at the seam. Hasn't moved. Looks professional. Don't over tighten the 88gram co2. You''ll damage the needle "O" ring. Buy a pack of 3 clips. You''l need the extras. Mine gets about 150 - 160 shots out of an 88 gram co2. .22 cal is much easy to load than .177 cal. .22 cal is a bigger hole in the target, easier to see where you hit. Plain and simple, you'll love this gun! Shoot Safe!
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My problem is when I screw the CO2 cylinder into the rifle, all the air is released before I get it totally sealed and my hand almost freezes. Could the O-ring be hard?
Where can I buy 88 gram co2 bottle seals for my Hammerli 850. in the USA online
can you get this rifle with the minelis stock?
|Max Velocity||655 fps|