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Umarex Strike Point Pellet Multi-Pump Air Pistol
Please Note: Do not exceed 10 pumps to maintain the integrity of your air pistol
Based on a tried and true design, the Umarex Strike Point can really put a spin on your pellets! This bolt-action air pistol is easy to operate and load for a great backyard plinking experience. Just pull back the bolt, pump it up, load a round, and fire away!
Vary your power between 3-10 pumps to get more or less velocity from your air pistol. Shooting in a basement range? Pump it 3-4 times. Target shooting? Use 8-10. At full power, this pistol offers speeds up to 600 fps in .177 or 520 fps in .22. The Strike Point even features Umarex’s 3-chamber SilencAir Technology, a sound dampener that makes this pistol very backyard friendly, and is a first for air pistols of this type. Each Strike Point includes fiber optic front sight and a rear sight that’s adjustable for windage and elevation, so you’ll have no trouble getting your shots on target. If you want a proven design built for the 21st century, reach for the Strike Point for your next backyard session.
|Max Velocity||650 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Light weight and economical and still some power.
Things I would have changed: Nothing other than the loading and pumping instructions
What others should know: no
Things I liked: This is an ideal piece for just plinking and target shooting during the off season months
Things I would have changed: Make the instructions on loading and pumping more pronounced and highlighted to follow easier..
What others should know: Great affordable well constructed piece for a most reasonable price
Things I liked: Front sight , hand grip, ease of pumping , loading and some of the safety features .
Things I would have changed: I would definitely change the rear sight for sure . I would also install a picanny rail system . Forearm is is a little front heavy , you need to have some strength in your arms to hold it to get a good aim . I used either a tree or my pickup bedside for support . I am 58 years old and even my 11 year old grandson has a problem holding it up . I would like to also a holster designed for this pistol !
What others should know: When adjusting the rear sight, make sure you have some patience before you begin in sighting this pistol in ! This rear sight is poorly designed and not a lot of thought put into the making of it . It is also best to have a bench rest with support for resting the barrel . Be careful not to let the screws all the way out or you might lose them . Good shooting and have fun !
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Is there a picatinny rail under front sight that you can mount a laser sight?
what about using the crosman 459MT 2-pc to mount a redoy sight?
can you puy a scope mount on it ?11m ?
Plastic weld, creative sanding, and a gamo green dot site say otherwise ;) Also, add a rail to the grip and put a grip on it for bullpup handling and effortless pumping.
|Max Velocity||650 fps|