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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: The description of the gun is like most advertising. It doesn't exactly live up to all the hype that it states. It is a decent gun for the price, but to call it a "tack driver" seems a bit much. Probably has a lot to do with how far away the target is. Our shooting usually involves targets that are somewhat beyond the 10 to 20 yards that most shooting is done. It is, however, fairly accurate at the greater distances.
Things I would have changed: For the price, I don't know that much could be changed on the gun. For a gas piston, the gun is somewhat difficult to cock. I have a Diana LP8 and it uses a spring piston. It is easier to cock than the Trevox and I assumed the nitro piston would be easier to cock than a spring, but in this case, it isn't. Also, the Trevox has the WORST trigger that I have ever encountered. I am not fond of the long, hard pull and it would take much practice to get used to.
What others should know: I would say this gun is typical Chinese manufacturing. Almost everyone knows what they are going to get when they buy Chinese products, because they have flooded the market with cheap items. But, no matter what the case, you ARE going to get what you pay for. The Diana LP8 pistol costs' about 5 times as much, but you will see the difference in the quality. I could only manage 3 stars for the gun, but even at that, it is still considered GOOD. I can still recommend the gun for those in the market. '
Things I liked: powerful enough to dispatch varmints at close range,easy to cock
Things I would have changed: I THINK IT WOULD BE AN EXCELLENT CARBINE,IF THEY MADE A STOCK FOR IT
What others should know: HEAVY,LARGE,I BOUGHT IT AS A SIDEARM TO MY,GAS PISTON RIFLES,BUT THAT DIDN,T WORK
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
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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|