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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Cocking Effort||35 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger||Two-stage, adjustable take-up|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: I bought the .22 caliber version to hunt with. This rifle has plenty of power to get the job done. I have taken a raccoon at 15 yards with a boiler room shot. (It was wrecking my bird feeders) I like the location of the safety on the back end of the power plant. The trigger guard has plenty of room for a gloved trigger finger. This is a rugged, durable rifle. I have not mounted a scope. The fiber optic sights are good within hunting range, even in low light conditions. The cheek rest on the stock places the shooter's eye in perfect alignment with the sights. The build quality is great and the price makes it easy to acquire.
Things I would have changed: I would like to have a gas piston version of this rifle, as the spring is harsh and loud. The spring's "thonk" sound is louder than the sound at the muzzle. The felt recoil is quite harsh also. The rifle has a durable butt pad that doesn't do much for absorbing the spring's thump. This rifle is also pretty heavy to tote afield and could really use sling mounts.
What others should know: I really like this rifle in .22 caliber despite it's harsh firing cycle and heft. It's one of my favorite air rifles, to hunt with or shoot tin cans.
Things I liked: Love the tan color and it's thumb hole style stock. Great tacky fore grip and rubber butt pad. Feels like a big brother to my Umarex Embark. I purchased the .177 cal version as I am partial to this caliber. Rifle has fiber optic sights fully adjustable in the front and rear with red and green contrast. 4 x 32 scope mounts to the picatinny rail on the receiver. The mount can be removed and you can use a 11 mm dovetail mount if you chose. Not too many rifle offer two style scope mounts. This rifle chrony's at over a 1000 fps with seven grain pellets and higher with alloy. That is true to its advertised velocity on the box. I would not hesitate to use this for pest control or small game "i.e." rabbit or squirrel. Plenty of fps for that job. Overall good quality and holds its own against my Gamo rifles.
Things I would have changed: Not much, maybe some sling mounts as it is a heavy gun to tote around.
What others should know: It is a springer not a gas piston. Should not be left cocked for long periods of time.
Things I liked: This gun is sturdy and seems like it will hold up for years to come. Once I took the trash scope off and used the open sights, it is very accurate
Things I would have changed: The scope is a joke! I add pent more than an 2 hours trying to sight it in. You can click the adjustments 30 clicks and it doesn't move. Until about 10 shots later then the crosshairs jump. It's a trash a scope! Other things about the gun is its heavy and the spring when shooting it is very loud
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Is this gun as quit as they claim.and is there a tripod that will work on this gun
None of the guns are a quiet as claimed. Your neighbors will be "disturbed". Houses in my hood are about 150-200' apart and I'd say this could be heard 5-10 houses away. My guns are quieter than this one and my immediate neighbors will tolerate a single shot now and then, but not target practice. If you want a gun that you might actually get away with shooting in the yard and nobody knowing, then try a pcp with a good suppressor on a lower power setting. My Marauder with an extended suppressor was pretty frikkin quiet but made twice the power of this gun. Turned down to this guns power level it would likely be less than half that loud. Optionally I shoot from inside the house through a sliding glass door cracked open an inch, and shooting from maybe 6+ feet back. You do hear it from next door but not nearly as bad. A lot of people only shoot in their basement or garage due to neighbors. The only bipod I'd consider for a springer is the clip-on Ramline since it has little effect on accuracy.
I have a question for the people at PA. You do know that the scope in the picture is on backwards?
I don't work for Pyramyd air but, I came tell you with certainty that the scope is not on backward.
Do u carry the Torq in .22 calibur
Click on the gray rectangle above the price and your caliber choices will come up.
Yes, they do.
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|