1.50-year limited warranty
Earn 160 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $199.99 Save $40.00 (20%)
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|Max Velocity||427 fps|
|Front Sight||Post globe|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||3.75 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||120|
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Things I liked: Fit and finish. Bolt Action is really smooth and fun to use. Accuracy for a 5 1/2 smooth bore barrel is actually good at 10 meters once you find a BB that it likes and do minor windage compensation. Fun to shoot and has good power for a BB Gun.
Things I would have changed: Instead of a 5 1/2 barrel have the barrel the full length of the shroud which would double the barrel length.
What others should know: I bought this as a Refurbished gun from Pyramyd Air. Personally I wanted the full stock rifle M1941 but it is no longer available. I checked around many stocks and found that an Airsoft HK MP7 collapsible stock fits the M1891 perfectly. You need to with a razor or thin flat blade screw driver slowly work the crease of the back of the stock to break the glue seal. Once the seal is broken the end cap pops right off. The HK MP7 stock fits perfectly upside down into the back of the M1891. I added a layer of cloth tape to the HK MP7 stock before inserting so it would not slide as much because of plastic on plastic. Once pressed in good the HK MP7 stock is sturdy and won't move but is easily removable if desired to go back to sawed off form. With a full stock the gun is much easier to shoot standing or benched as you can rest it steady against your shoulder. As far as looks go it looks pretty funky or a Love/Hate thing. Personally I like it because of the added stability.
Things I liked: Authenticity of the bolt action, nice solid clip with built in tool. I don't know anyone else who has one.
Things I would have changed: Nothing, this replica is spot on.
What others should know: The 25" Bulldog case is a good fit for it. Made interior velcro straps to hold it down.
Things I liked: When this Mosin Nagant M1891 short rifle was released, I didn't think at first that I wanted it. As time passed and the good reviews came out, I finally decided it might be worth adding to my collection. This Mosin Nagant M1891 is better than I expected it to be. The slide operates very easily. The magazine loads very easily. Although the stock is not wood, the appearance and smooth finish make it look like a fine wood stock, and it's sturdy. There's nothing flimsy about this stock. It feels solid as opposed to a hollow plastic shell. Although others have reported wobble in the rear sight, mine is not wobbly. Although there is no windage adjustment, it's easy to compensate by positioning the front sight to the right side of the rear sight notch. The accuracy is very good at 18 feet distance to target.
Things I would have changed: For a historic replica, it's mostly fine as is. I do have some difficulty focusing on the sights. For that reason I would like an option to exchange the standard open sights for fiber optic sights.
What others should know: These are the 10 shot groups I got shooting at 18 feet distance to target from a bench rested position: Umarex Steel, 1 1/4"; Marksman, 1 1/4"; Copperhead, 1 13/16"; Hornady Black Diamond, 1 3/8"; Daisy Premium, 1 9/16"; and Daisy Avanti, 1 11/16". My targets were NRA 10 meter air pistol targets with orange 2" shot spots on the bulls eye. Most shots were hitting on the left side of the shot spot both above and below the center line. Some of the off-hand standing shot groups were larger. These are the 10 shot groups I got shooting at 18 feet distance to target from an off-hand standing position: Umarex Steel, 1 7/8"; Marksman, 2"; Copperhead, 2 1/16"; Hornady Black Diamond, 2"; Daisy Premium, 1 3/16"; and Daisy Avanti, 1 13/16". Total shot counts with different brands of CO2 were 72 using Umarex CO2, 75 using Crosman CO2, and 79 using Swiss Arms CO2.
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I need to buy a case. PA provides the overall length, but what is the height from the bottom of the butt plate to the top of the front sight?
Try Plano # Plano Pro-Max Take Down Rifle..........
It comes in cal .25?
How much does this rifle weigh?
If you actually looked at the specifications instead of asking questions... It specifically states the rifle weighs 5.6lbs.
|Max Velocity||427 fps|