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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: Accurate and quite. cheap target pistol
Things I would have changed: For a gas piston I would like it to have had more power
What others should know: Its only effective for target shooting
Things I liked: I researched for weeks before deciding on an inexpensive, fairly accurate, fun to shoot pistol. I found all three in the Trevox. I like break barrel guns, and this pistol is very easy to use. The silencer on the end acts as a cocking aid so breaking the barrel is very easy (but too difficult for my young children--a nice safety feature). The nitro piston is smooth and fairly powerful. I'm not a pro by any means, but I found that, after choosing a hold that worked for this large pistol, controlling the heavy trigger with a smooth pull, and getting used to the fiber optic sights, I can pull off pretty good groups at 5-7 yards. This morning, my wife came out to try it. When it was my turn, I took two shots and hit the bullseye both times. I looked like a pro! If you put the time in, this pistol will reward you with fairly decent accuracy. I've tried RWS hobby, CPHP and Gamo Rocket pellets. I shoot freehand so it's hard to say which one it likes best. Rockets first, then RWS.
Things I would have changed: I also own a RWS 34 and, while this pistol is nice, it's definitely not in the same league as far as fit and finish. The paint on the safety switch is slopped everywhere and the bluing has a couple burnish marks. Not a big deal. The gun was over-lubricated from the factory, and now even with roughly 500 pellets through it, it still smokes sometimes. After a hundred shots or so, the breech face was starting to mar from where it was mashing into the gun while cocking. I cleaned the edges of the breech with a Dremel to remove the mashed metal and raised the breech seal with dental floss. This sounds way more involved than it actually was--it took like five minutes. Like other Chinese pistols, the gun is solid, but needed a little tinkering. The trigger isn't the best for target shooting. It's got a long, heavy (although smooth) pull. It takes practice to shoot well, but it can be done. And even with blue loctite, screws will loosen on this gun. I bring a screwdriver with me.
What others should know: I gave the gun five stars because it fulfills everything I wanted, and for those looking for a gun like this, my hope is that somebody out there sees my review and gives this gun a chance. Others complain about the trigger, but even a long, heavy trigger can be a good thing if you're just looking to practice control, which I am. I think it's great practice for people who shoot or who want to shoot double action revolvers. The pistol is powerful, but for those who are thinking of using this for hunting, well...I don't have to tell you experts out there that shot placement is critical. Especially with this gun, because it's operating at the lower range of effectiveness. I believe it can be done on very small game or pests, but with open sights, a heavy barrel, and that trigger, I just haven't tried because I feel I'd have to be at VERY close range to make the shot as effective and humane as possible. Optics and a rest would help, but I bought the gun just for target practice/fun.
Things I liked: Very well balanced and well made...the design is very slick.
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What is this child proof trigger that is talked of? Is it just the trigger pull weight?
People are just referring to the pull weight required to break the sear.
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
|Max Velocity||540 fps|