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Earn 50 Bullseye Bucks
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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: this is a great pistol. Multi-pump feature gives you tailored power. Good sights!
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Price is right!
Things I liked: Very accurate, fairly easy pumping
Things I would have changed: Sights are tough on 50 year old eyes
What others should know: Over all, good buy. I would and have recommended to others for purchase
Things I liked: This definitely a different type of pistol, large and somewhat reminiscent of a Desert Eagle in shape, cool looking. It's easy to open the breech, pump up, and chamber a pellet. It's what a I would term "reasonably" accurate, sufficiently powerful, and very enjoyable to shoot. (And, let me note here, for the record, that mine is a .177 model.) Mine seems to like a heavier pellet and I use Beeman Crow Magnums, and it does a splendid job of destroying aluminum cans at 50 feet though hitting the bullseye on a paper target is more challenging.
Things I would have changed: As this is a rather long barreled pistol with a weight bias towards the muzzle, the sight radius is long and the open sights are adequate but the pistol could definitely use an upgrade to something, possibly, along the order of the sights on a Beeman P17. Additionally, I find myself thinking what an improvement a removable shoulder stock might be, on the order of the available stock for the Crosman 1377 as, with a long sight radius and its size, a 2 hand hold is needed for any sort of accuracy and a removable stock could make for a steady hold and, consequently, more accuracy. And, 1 more thing, a Picatinny rail atop the barrel for a laser sight would also be an improvement. (Umarex, are you listening?) The trigger has a lot of creep but seems to let off crisply enough for me, not a big deal, IMO.
What others should know: The sights could be upgraded and the trigger could be improved, but this is quite enjoyable to shoot, easy to operate, looks cool,and definitely worth the price.
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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|