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List Price $149.99, Orig.Price $139.99 Save $40.00 (28%)
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The Remington XGP Tyrant is a powerful break barrel air rifle. With its ambidextrous synthetic stock, non-slip rubberized butt pad, and 4x32 scope this is a great rifle for target practice, plinking and pest control. The 2-stage trigger provides just the kind of precision accuracy needed for hitting small targets.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||35 lbs|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||5.0 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||1|
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Things I liked: I ordered the .22 cal model from PyramydAir on 5/26/18 it was delivered 6/1/18. The box was well made and rifle, scope and scope rings were as advertised. On 6/2/18 four containers of H&N Excite Spike Pellets, .22 Cal from PyramydAir were delivered. So far 250 pellets had been sent to the target through the Tyrant XGP, Accuracy has improved with cleaning and with the dieseling finally diminishing. This is my favorite break-barrel air rifle of the seven that I own. It hits a spinner target with authority. I do not use it to reduce the pest population in my yard because it is too powerful and don't desire to reek havoc on my fences. The .22 cal fps is slow enough that their is no threat of leaving subsonic speed, a big plus for backyard pinking and targets. It is a bear to cock, but worth the muscle strain. I am 66 and reliving my youth in rural Tennessee with my Tyrant, thanks PyramydAir.
Things I would have changed: The sights are impressive in appearance but a fail for function. I have placed silicone under the rear sight ramp to stabilize its Left / right adjustment. I replaced the use of sights with a 3-9 X40 EG Piney scope.
What others should know: Accuracy was a real problem when I first shot the Tyrant, almost returned it to PyramydAir, but on closer inspection I noticed the their was a slight over-molding of the plastic muzzle shroud, as the pellet was passing the crown of the barrel, it would act as a choke and send the pellet in a different direction. It would have worn away but a new crown was a simple remedy.
Things I liked: Has iron sights- why use a scope. Its a pain to get iron sights added to a scope only pellet rifle
Things I would have changed: a bit loud, my loudest .22 pellet lrifle
Things I liked: Light weight, accurate, trigger not too bad.
Things I would have changed: The rear sight sits too low on mineeither a shorter front sight or higher back sight.
What others should know: This is basicaly a Walmart F4 in a .22 version.The stock is the same one,only difference is the barrel. On mine the front sight was so high that I could not get it to sight in at 10 yards and ran out of adjustment when it was still 3inches low. Simple solution woudld be to either shim the rear sight, as I did with 4mm washers, or to use the supplied scope. The scope is the standard fare you get with Crosman scopes so you either like it or not. I shoot with open sights so even with my bad eyes I can group rather well this gun so the accuracy of it is probably much better than I am a shooter. The trigger is non adjustable , but it was good enough to use as a plinker, pesting rifle , the reason I bought it. I got it on sale here and the shipping was fast, and packaging was excellent, a good value for the money spent.
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what scope would be good for the rem tyrant xpg?
If you want more than 4x, I would look at this scope from Leapers: Leapers UTG 3-9x32 AO Rifle...
will this take down small rodents
If you can hold a 1" 5 shot group with this rifle at the distance you intend to hunt small game at, you will be effective with it.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|