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Earn 120 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $199.99, Orig.Price $179.99 Save $60.00 (33%)
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Kral Arms N-11 Spring Piston Air Rifle
A solid breakbarrel for a great price, this Turkish-made rifle is a great addition for hard-hitting backyard plinking and small game hunting. This unique N-11 features ghostly skulls adorning its sleek synthetic stock.The thumbhole stock includes an adjustable cheek piece, rubber butt pad and an ambidextrous pistol grip.
The easy to use fiber-optic Truglo red front sight and fully adjustable green rear sight keep your eye on target. For more precision, add a scope to the 11mm Dovetail/Weaver rail. Keep your shooting quiet with the muzzle brake style suppressor, that also functions as a cocking assist.
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: nice stock, nice sights, and it shoots pretty straight.
Things I would have changed: a very weak spring,and overly long considering the fact that it shoots just about as hard as my Hatsan 85 sniper,also not as quiet! The best performance I'm getting from this gun is 777.559fps using a 15.43gr. pellet,that's only putting out 20.72fpe.
What others should know: I bought this rifle refurb,out of the box this rifle was shooting very,very low 700s, so I disassembled it only to find that the piston seal was wobbling on the end of the piston.so I bought a Hatsan 125 piston seal,installed it reassembled and only getting about 70fps.more. I own several magnum rifles.believe me this isn't one of them!
Things I liked: I just received my gun on 8/10/2017. I purchased mine in .25 caliber. The stock is nice looking, has really good power (24 FPE), excellent accuracy and is relatively very easy to cock.
Things I would have changed: Wow...where do I start? The stock is nice looking but the "Skull" finish is cheap and is already peeling off, I would improve the finish on that. I am not going to exchange the rifle because this one shoots well. Odds are I would get another with a stock that peels but not as a good shooter. The open sights are nice looking but DO NOT WORK. I had the sight adjusted all the way down and the gun was still shooting 6-8" high at 20 yards. The trigger is horrific but can be fixed. It is the standard Crossman trigger (China) without the adjustment screw. Also one of the worst quality control issues is the scope mount. The screws holding the rail down are too long and scrape the piston tube when you cock the rifle. I'm surprised they haven't corrected this issue yet. The screws need to be removed, shortened and re-installed. Also, the gun has a HEAVY recoil which makes it a potential scope killer. This rifle is no Hatsan and it is obviously cheaply put together. QC Needs Improvement!
What others should know: I purchased this rifle as a challenge to see if I could make it a shooter. I was surprised of the power and accuracy out of the box. The JSB 25.29 gr pellets, in a 10 shot test, chrono'd a low of 646.3 FPS, high 657.0 FPS, average 650.9 FPS, extreme spread of 10.73 FPS and a SD of 3.0, (Amazing!). The 19.91 H&N avg. 727.5 FPS. I had an old Crossman trigger I completely re-worked and polished, installed a 2.5X5X8 mm bearing, and polished the sear. Very nice trigger now. I shortened the scope mount screws, and replaced the standard stock screws with socket cap screws (Allen) M5-.8 x15 mm (two front) and an M6-1.0 x16mm (1 rear of stock). Use blue lock tight to secure these. I thoroughly cleaned the barrel, which was not too bad. I mounted Picatinny rails on the sides, and installed a BSA 30mm 3-12 x44 mm (Side focus/ etched reticle) I have 200 pellets through it. My last 5 shot group (JSB 25.3gr) .38" from 20 yards. I would pick this over the Benjamin XL-750, MUCH more accurate!
Things I liked: This thing is a beast! Bigger than any other break barrel I have. Heavy. Once you get a good hold you can hit your target every time. You can tell by the twang it's a springer. Very powerful shots. Benjamin and h&n both shot accurately.bought the .25 and like it. Much more accurate than my hatsan .25. I put a Walmart Simmons 3x9x50mm scope on it and it works well
Things I would have changed: Wish I got the n7 don't like the "silenser" open sights aren't worth a damn
What others should know: Definitely worth the money. Get the .25 you won't be sorry
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Will the scope be mounted if I purchase it with a bundle?
Scroll down to the bottom of the page where it says mount and zero scope $20.00?
Let's get some information out on this...trigger pull weight? accuracy? Etc...
John,I went to vortek and bought 2 different seals,and two different springs,the first seal I used was a 29mm hatsan 125 seal but was not big enough in my tube,so used a 30mm hatasn135 seal and sanded it down slightly. The springs I used were a hatsan 125 spring(.840"OD x.148"wire x40 coil,and that is the one I kept in because of the power,second is .825" x135" x39 coil but was not as powerful as stock spring.the 125 spring is great because it puts out 30ft lbs and has maybe 1/4" of preload so I can disassemble without spring compressor
Andrew..where did you purchase the new spring and seal for the N11?
Accuracy with my N11 has been nothing short of amazing, I've done a few modifications(new spring,deburr,new seal,moly,new lube,ect.) and the gun shoots very accurately, just as accurate as my maximus. 22 out to 50 yards,3/4" groups all day with multiple different pellets too,very very pellet friendly
Trigger is standard crosman just without the adjustment screw. It is made from better material than crosman,not that case hardened metal. Used a 2.5X5X8 mm rc bearing to fix with some deburring and is very light and predictable now
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|