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Umarex Trevox Gas Piston Air Pistol
With its Turbo Nitrogen Technology (T.N.T.) gas piston, the Umarex Trevox is a real tack driver! Capable of shooting lead pellets at 540 fps, and alloy pellets at speeds up to 600 fps, the hard-hitting Trevox is up to the task for target shooting and plinking.
Simply cock the grooved barrel and you’re ready to shoot! Take aim with the included fiber-optic sights, or mount your own optics to the 11mm Dovetail rail. The Trevox features a 3 chamber SilencAir baffle system to keep your shots quiet.
If you want power in a pistol platform, make the Trevox your go-to airgun.
|Max Velocity||540 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||5.78 lbs|
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Things I liked: Easy loading, Very nice power for a one pump pistol; nice sights
Things I would have changed: Put on a Piccadilly/Weaver rail and lose the dovetail. Make the trigger easily adjustable. The trigger pull is much to hard.
What others should know: Beware plinking too close. When shooting into a hardwood base I have hit prior pellets embedded in the wood and get a ricochets often.
Things I liked: This is a solid feeling gun and pretty darn accurate at 10 yards. Cocking while not easy, is perfectly manageable even for younger folks with proper technique. We found by holding the gun by the handle in one hand and holding the barrel in the other and pressing together works best. The gun is well balanced and fun, fun, fun to shoot/plink. I would NOT use this for pesting other than a mouse, small rat, or small bird. Even then shot placement is key for ethical shot - and remember within 10 yards. This gun ticks so many boxes... reasonable size, solid weight but not too heavy, easy cocking, powerful enough and fun.
Things I would have changed: The trigger!!! For the love of all things good Umarex, please, please fix that trigger!! It's a long and creepy 6+ pounds. Even with reducing the long creepy single stage trigger pull (with a third party longer screw), it's still 6+ pounds. While this gun shoots fairly accurately from the bench, there is no doubt this trigger works against it.
What others should know: Did I mention the trigger is ridiculously heavy and long, and reduces accuracy? Ah, ok... We found that wadcutters were the best for accuracy - we used the cheap Crosman, H&N Sports, and RWS wadcutters with similar results at 10 yards. With the relatively low (hunting) power of this pistol using predator polymags (or even the Gamo Red Fire or the PBA Blue Flame) made the gun more lethal for rats. Again, my opinion, it's just not ethical to use this pistol for pests any larger than small rat. Our average crony numbers were 528 fps, with 7.4 grn wadcutters producing 4.6 FPE. The 5.6 grn Gamo Blue Flames produced 4.5 FPE at 616 fps.
Things I liked: I purchase the Trevox as the tests I have seen rated this gun as fairly quiet and backyard friendly. Well, mine doesn't seem to live up to the tests I have seen. I have tried pellets of various grains up to an including a Crossman Premier 10.5 grain pellet. I can say this the one I have is not back yard friendly. Its noise level is almost up there with my 9mm.
Things I would have changed: At this time I have noting to add to this. Probably will have to take it to the desert and see how it works out in a better test area.
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Has anyone put a Red Dot sight on this pistol? If so what worked? Fritz
It works better than the built-in sites. The gun itself so far, I haven't found the pellets that work well. I mean the variation of pellet quality within the batch effect the accuracy. Still looking for the right pellet. It has shoot straight many times you just don't know when. Alloy pellets were crazy flyers don't see that as an option with this gun. Still like it, the gun will never be a nail driver, ever!
I have weak arms lol. How hard is it to cock this gun? Similar to the 6-7th pump from a c1377 pistol? Or any info on "lbs"? Im really debating this purchase. I wanted a brake barrel NP pistol since i got this crossman fire NP rifle.
Answer my own question. This is very easy to cock. Similar to the 3rd pump of a 1377
No, this is a break barrel pistol.
|Max Velocity||540 fps|