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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Cocking Effort||42 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: easy to handle and aim
Things I would have changed: hard to break and load sights through scope cannot be centered
Things I liked: I am very pleased with the.177 I purchased. It is accurate and powerful. Also a tight group at 59 yards about two inches. The rating is for the rifle only. The scope gets a zero.
Things I would have changed: the scope broke 54 weeks after purchase so I would not recommend the combo.
What others should know: I use the tomahawk Gamo pellets in everything
Things I liked: Power and velocity capabilities depending on grainage of .177 pellet.
Things I would have changed: Scope.
What others should know: Due to the high velocity capabilities of this beast, it allows you to hit targets at greater distances. I changed scope from a capable 9X32 to a more higher range capable CVLife3-9X40 parallax from AmazonPrime. I retested this .177 air rifle shooting the Crosman Premier Piranha 10.5 grain sawtooth Hollow Point. The rifle was previously cited in for the 11.57 grain Pointed Beeman/Silver Arrow/H&N Sport #46177, which this rifle shot very accurate. It took me 7 shots to cite this in on a 2 inch target at 80 feet at 50 feet above sea level. Sunny skies with 82 degree temperature with 73% humidity. My next 5 shots hit the 2 inch target stuck. onto a box, missing the center bullseye by no more than a half inch. That accuracy was equal to the Beeman/H&N Sport. Chronograph result was: 888, 890, 891, 886, & 877, averaging 886.4 fps. This same pellet had an average velocity of 911 fps in 55 degreeez on 1/1/2019. 25 degree difference. I recommend this air rifle. Get chronograph. Woodys World.
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I have both caliber air rifles. They both have exceeded the fps printed on the box, by more than barely. The .177 Air Magnum did a choreographed 5 shot, in 52 degrees, shooting the 4.00 grain Crosman SSP PBA: 1486, 1513, 1518, 1532. 1486 fps. Averaging 1505 fps. It also shot the 4.30 grain Gamo Air Star PBA at: 1454, 1458, 1436, 1419, and 1454 fps. Averaging. 1444 fps. The .177 lead Beaman Silver Bear 6 shot fps was 1201, 1161, 1206, 1216, 1190, 1227. Averaging 1200 fps in 40 degree weather. Air Magnum .22 caliber shot the 8.18 grain Winchester Max Velocity PBA at 1136, 1138, 1128, 1139, and 1134 fps, averaging 1135 fps in 81 degree weather. The Crosman 14.3 grain lead Destroyer was shot at 904, 915, 911, 902, and 920 fps. Averaging 910 fps. My 12.65 grain hp H&N lead shot 971, 970, 976, 977, 976 fps, averaging 974 fps. Get a chronograph. Woodys World. This is an answer, not a question, to what someone had asked.
I am looking to purchase a Ruger Yukon .22 . 1st pellet rifle. Would like to know what is the correct first way to clean the barrel and any lube to be put in the barrel and when. I have almost everything in cleaning equipment including felt plugs. Thank you. Centerrfire
A rod or pull-thru with patches,mop .or brush will do fine. Small amounts of silicone grease on the hinge bolts,and o-rings.
There is apparently some misinformation out there. PA says 1400 fps with 177, & 1200 fps with 22. Many other sites quote 1200 fps with 177 & 1000 fps with 22 as maximum velocities using alloy pellets. Which one is stating fact??
Our velocity numbers are from the manufacturer. We have not tested any examples of the rifle.
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|