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List Price $220.00
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|Max Velocity||1400 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: Well made with look and feel of actual firearm,a little on the heavy side. Slight recoil when firing and hard hitting,you will not see the projectile in flight as you can in lower powered rifles. This rifle is loud compared to say a C02 or pump air rifle but there's a lot fps and power so its to be expected. Accurate with good groups using Ruger Superpoint pellets once you zero in the sites and scope. Dropped a woodchuck with no problem from 75 feet.
Things I would have changed: If there was a way to make it lighter and maybe if they could come up with a sound damper so it has a little more stealth,
What others should know: Use good quality ammo,clean it before using for better accuracy.
Things I liked: Power for the price.
Things I would have changed: I did change from the Ruger 4X32 scope to a 3-9X40. The power and velocity dictated I needed a higher power scope for longer distance shots.
What others should know: I chronographed four different .22 pellets in 8 shot groups. I shot the Crosman Premier 9.50 grain SSP PBA in 8 shots, averaging 1114 fps in 68 degrees.. The RWS Hobby 11.90 grain lead in 8 shot groups, averaged 952 fps in 68 degrees. The third pellet shot, the Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum Dome 14.30 grain, averaged 911 fps in 46 degrees. The fourth pellet was the Crosman Premier Destroyer 14.30 grain, averaged 935 fps in 45 degrees. There are a few others that I have that will fly in excess of 900 fps. Now if you use pellets 15.00 grains and heavier, my chronograph readings were less than 900 fps. Hot and cold outdoor temperatures will increase or decrease fps somewhat. Get a chronograph and document your pellets in a logbook, including weather temperatures. I log all my pellets, 29/.177 grains and 31/.22 grains in all four seasons and compare the fps in those seasons temps ranging cold to hot. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.
Things I liked: First let me tell you, you will not achieve anywhere near 1200 FPS! I do not know where they pull these numbers from but mine only chronied at 817 FPS, a far cry from 1200! Other than that a great, accurate hard hitting gun!
Things I would have changed: Can we get these manufacturers to stop lying about the FPS of these airguns!?
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anyone know what the twist rate on the barrel is?
Hello, Sry where can i buy a piston seal?
From Umarex. Woodys World.
Piston or breech seal?
Go to Archer Airguns.
Where is this rifle made?
Even though it has a ruger stamped barrel and logo on the stock Even though it has a Ruger stamp on the barrel and a ruger logo on the butstock, it is an Umarex product made in China licensed to use the Ruger logo. So in many ways you can find comparable umarex air product with out the Ruger logo at a slightly better price. To whats in a name? Everything, if Ruger thinks enough of that product line to license its logo to that product, thats good enough for me. I own 40 Ruger products and love the all
China ? Isn't everything ?
|Max Velocity||1400 fps|