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Umarex Embark Youth Air Rifle
The official rifle of the Student Air Rifle Program, the Embark breakbarrel really ups the ante for youth airguns. Featuring a distinctive green thumbhole stock, this 5lb air rifle is easy to carry and even easier to cock. With a cocking effort of 17lbs, cocking and reloading will be a breeze for nearly anyone.
The Embark’s ergonomics make it easy to control with its raised cheekpiece and grip ridges for a solid hold. This youth shooter launches .177 pellets at speeds up to 510 fps—more than enough speed for backyard plinking and target practice. Let your young shooter learn on open sights, or give them an optical advantage by mounting a scope to the 11mm Dovetail rail.
If you’ve got a young shooting enthusiast at home, the Embark is where to start.
|Max Velocity||510 fps|
|Cocking Effort||16.5 lbs|
|Front Sight||Post globe|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||5.0 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||1|
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Things I liked: Fun for my kid.
Things I would have changed: After using it for a couple of weeks without being able to properly sight it and being unsuccessful with a scope I discovered through a gunsmith at my range that the barrel is bent left :(((
What others should know: Was looking forward to this for my 12yr old but something went wrong in quality control at Umarex.
Things I liked: The sights on this little rifle are much better than I expected. The trigger was a bit disappointing with a crunchy spring that made the pull jerky. I used a little tune-in-a-tube on the cocking spring and that removed any slight twang. While I had the action off the stock, I used some of the lube on the trigger spring and it improved the smoothness of the press. I have concerns about the durability of the barrel lock since it appears to use plastic to capture the detent ball bearing. I've fired about 200 RWS Hobby pellets through it with no problem so far
Things I would have changed: I would change the color of the stock. Its Ruger counterpart looks fine in a black stock, but the improved sights on the Embark and all steel barrel convinced me to put up with the ugly green stock.
Things I liked: Small size for youth beginner rifle. Shoots well. Very accurate. Color of stock helps keeping track of ownership where several youth are congerated.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
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What is the length of pull? I am an adult with rather short arms.
12 inches exactly
What Williams peep sight will work with this rifle?
Probably not, unless the sight hole on the Williams peep is large enough to surpass the diameter of the front blade sight. In general no unless you replace the front sight, but you will have to know the outer barrel diameter. I would just scope it with some high mounts to get over the front globe sights height.
What is the barrel outside diameter?
|Max Velocity||510 fps|