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|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action only|
|Max Shots per Fill||65|
|Fixed/adj. power||2 settings|
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Things I liked: The aesthetics of the gun are pleasing to the eye no matter what configuration it is in. Accuracy is average, or what you would expect from a smooth bore bb gun in both pistol, and rifle. Loading the gun with bb's is easy. Wish I could say the same for the co2 cartridges, but I can't.
Things I would have changed: Taking the back strap off the grip to load co2, or mount the stock is not an easy task. The spring loaded latch is to hard to press down for the release. I don't think it is shown the way it really is on the vids? Takes all I got to open it, and I'm a stout man. I think they must have edited, or had the gun where it was already unlocked when loading, or changing it out, or I could have an off one that is just hard to open, but I see nothing wrong with it.
What others should know: Other then the back strap latch, the gun over all is a good looking, and a good plinking bb gun that shoots well. It is worth the money I paid for it. If not for the back strap latch I would have gave it a four over all
Things I liked: Rapid fire, best FPS for the money. Fun yard hunting bug gun. Red dot scope and I'm hitting plastic bottles at 40 yards every other time. Fun to shoot. Added a flashlight to porch hunt bugs at night.
Things I would have changed: Trigger is real heavy, but it has to be. Every pull pushes the barrel forward to chamber a BB. Would be more fun (if even possible) if it wasn't made of so much plastic. It feels like a toy, but launches the BB's with authority.
What others should know: Buy BB's in bulk. Barrel extensions o ring tears easily. Bought a harbor freight metric kit, and right back in business. No desire to go back to the short barrel once I've tried both. Even in full rifle configuration, this is a very light gun.
Things I liked: The gun is fun, it just won't last.
Things I would have changed: Bought one in March and it broke in August. I got about 7000 shots through it and the trigger broke. Before that it started double feeding bbs. Contacted pyramid and they reminded me it had a 90 day warranty. Nothing against them but I'll never buy another one. Not built to last.
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I received my Morph X3 yesterday and have put at least 300 rounds through it. I've been using Crosman Copperhead BB's and every now and then on a slow slow squeeze trying to zero it in at 20 feet the trigger wont release the BB at full squeeze.. Then when I release the trigger the BB pops out at half charge. This happens with new and partially charged CO2. There are no adjustments to the trigger that I have read about so does anybody know if the Copperheads are to blame? Are they also to blame for not being able to zero in this gun? Using a fairly pricey UTG 4.2" CQB red/green T-DOT sight is utterly worthless unless I'm doing it wrong. I don't want to have to return the weapon unless someone can help. Plink safe!
My bullets got stuck so I decided to open the gun up... I have no clue how tot fit everything back together. ;( can someone help me??
Why should you only use steel BBs in the morph 3x?
Lead and probberly other matterials will get stuck, and you will need to open up the gun and get the bullets out.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|