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Caliber: .177" (4.5mm), Stock: Hardwood, Handle: Ambi
1-year limited warranty
List Price $279.95, Orig.Price $259.95 Save $100.00 (38%)
Ruger Yukon Magnum Air Rifle Combo
Here are the benefits of the Umarex ReAxis gas-piston:
This big gun is built to hunt! With a few added upgrades, the Magnum gives more to the airgun hunter than ever before. This airgun is a pellet slinging predator that will have no trouble dispatching pests and small game with ease. Cock once to launch pellets downrange at speeds up to 1,350 fps in .177 or 1000 fps in .22 caliber. Its ReAxis gas piston cocks smoother than its spring counterparts and leaves the Magnum unaffected by colder weather conditions that would slow down a traditional spring. Additionally, Ruger included a SilenceAir barrel moderator to quiet your shots while on the trail or in your backyard.
For optics, this is a hunter’s dream! Each Magnum features fiber optic front and rear sights, with the rear adjustable for windage and elevation. Its 8.2 lb heft feels balanced and creates a stable shooting platform for acquiring targets in open sights. Each Magnum includes a 3-9x32 precision scope that mounts to the Weaver/Picatinny optics rail. You can even remove the Weaver rail to mount optics to the 11mm Dovetail grooves.
If you want a powerful hunting airgun in an affordable package, the Yukon Magnum will give you serious bang for your buck.
|Max Velocity||1350 fps|
|Cocking Effort||47 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: The trigger pull is great for me. Nice checkered stock.
Things I would have changed: I would like a more conventional rear stock, all wood, no plastic so you could mount a sling although I think there is allowance for one by removing a round plastic piece on the bottom. Also a straight top profile instead of curved. I don't think a slip on recoil pad would work on it if you wanted to extend the length a little. Could have a better bluing job. I don't think the muzzle thingy helps at all with the noise.
What others should know: Like the other man said, very heavy and hard to cock. You really have to reef on it toward the end. Will I buy another gas piston gun...NO. My next gun will be a Diana Model 52 side cocker. I plan to continue to shoot this rifle along with the new one. It's a nice rifle if you have strong arms.
Things I liked: External quality looks very good. Starting to group after 150 or so pellets. Has good power.
Things I would have changed: This being my 1st air rifle I do not have another to compare it to.
What others should know: Publishing the rifling twist would be useful; Adding the torque values for the 4 screws holding the Weaver/ Picatinny rail could be included.
Things I liked: A super accurate pellet rifle, though I have not had much luck putting down small varmints. I know I'm hitting them from the way they jump. Just not killing them. I need to try some better pellets.
Things I would have changed: This is a VERY heavy rifle at 9 pounds. I have several real rim fire rifles that way much less.
What others should know: This is not a rifle for young children as it takes about 30 pounds of force to brake and cock it.
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What is the barrel length? And can anyone give a velocity and pellet mass used, or foot pound energy? I calculated 17.5 fpe at 1,350 fps with a Winchester 4.32 grain pellet. I pray that I am wrong so that I can order a rifle in each caliber. Thanks
Is this manufactured by Umarex?
It is by umarex.
Can you remove the sights on this rifle???
|Max Velocity||1350 fps|