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1-year limited warranty
List Price $179.99 Save $50.00 (27%)
Umarex Fusion 2 CO2 Rifle
If you value silence while shooting, then you'll love the Umarex Fusion 2! Building on the impressive performance of the of the original Fusion, this updated version offers enhanced ergonomics, more sound suppression and multi-shot capability! Boasting a new uniquely designed SilencAir, 5 chamber moderator, the Fusion 2 is one of the quietest air rifles on the market today!
The easy to operate side bolt allows for quick follow up shots thanks to the 9 round magazine, and two come with the rifle so you always have rounds on deck! The 4x32 scope mounts perfectly onto the picatinny rail and allows you to zero in on your targets with precision. The redesigned thumbhole stock is ambidextrous and even features M-Lok slots on the sides for any accessory your shooting needs require.
The long list of features is backed up by a whopping 70 shots per fill with two 12 gram CO2 cartridges. If you're looking for more shots, you can use an 88 gram CO2 cartridge which will deliver upwards of 250 shots!
|Max Velocity||700 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||70|
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There are clear blogs online that clearly show an 88 gram cylinder in the fusion 2. Also, Umarex website indicates an 88 gram producing 250 shots per cylinder. Could someone else answer my question. Thank you.
If Umarex has a conversion adapter it will fit. We are not aware of that option.
Do you need an adaptor to use the 88 gram air cylinder?
Mark.. in the specs/description it indicates 2 12 gram OR 1 88 gram?? Specs wrong?
You cannot use 88 gm CO2 with the Fusion. There currently is no adapter for it.
I got mine yesterday and the first co2 cartridge (the one that goes face down ) is not getting punched where as the second one is ,so im only getting 20 or so good shots only,do you know of any quite fixes and has anyone contacted ya with the same problem??
There are great blogs online for this particular model you need to adjust the travel of the screw so it punctures both cylinders properly. Google it. One of the first videos give and shows a step by step.
Mine is having the same problem. Umarex told me that Crossman and Daisy cylinders are too short. They reccomend Umarex, JT or GAMO cartridges.
I know on my Umarex adapter I have to use a penny between the cartridges if using Crosman or Daisy's , Umarex one's seem to work OK .
Contact Umarex USA. The gun may be defective.
Umarex Fusion 2 CO2 Rifle, .177 caliber
|Max Velocity||700 fps|