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Earn 300 Bullseye Bucks
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|Max Velocity||675 fps|
|Cocking Effort||18 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Globe w/Aperture Inserts|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||1.25 lbs|
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Things I liked: High quality fit and finish. Quiet. Accurate. Awesome trigger. Cocks with little effort.
Things I would have changed: Once the safety is taken off it cannot be reset. If something delays the shot, it would be nice to put the safety back on. Not a big deal. A spring action gun is not supposed to be left for any length of time, unfired, in the cocked position anyway. Just would be a convenience.
What others should know: Greg at Pyramid Air was a great help and got me exactly what I was looking for. I had tried two other airguns which were more powerful but loud and very difficult to shoot accurately (even with heavier pellets that reduced velocity). I needed something highly accurate for shorter ranges (5-20 yds) and quiet. The rifle was a dream right out of the box. The first 3 shots at 5 yds to verify scope alignment all hit the same hole. After slight adjustment, at 20 yds, I put 5 shots inside a dime. The trigger is light and crisp, just like one of my hunting rifles. I used the recommended JSB Match Diablo pellets. It is quiet......just Poof..and then snap when the pellet hits. It doesn't appear to be sensitive to hold and trigger pull like more powerful rifles. Spend the money up front and hit what you're aiming at every time. Great for practice or small varmints. Used for starlings and squirrels so far. Plenty power for these, especially since you know you can hit where you aim.
Things I liked: Accurate! Very well finished, easy to cock, low noise, great trigger.
Things I would have changed: Would have paid extra for checkering. It is possible to cock without the safety engaging.
What others should know: Not a fan of notch sights, replaced with peep sights, I'm old.
Things I liked: Smooth & quiet operating and shooting, nice fit & finish on wood & metal both. Easy to shoot well,not at all hold sensitive. Dimensions, weight & power ideal for targets/plinking on my indoor & backyard ranges. Including informal Bell Target matches.
Things I would have changed: Nothing comes to mind.
What others should know: Expect a lot from this rifle,it does what it does real well.Also bear in mind that I've owned the rifle for only 5 months.
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I purchased this rifle marked HW-30S on a used gun rack. It does NOT have any safety whatsoever. It is in perfect condition and has a high grade diopter peep sight on it. Using medium weight .177 JSB pellets it only achieves 540-550 fps. Is this normal or is it down tuned for competition?
I was looking at purchasing these guns for our summer youth program. Are the front and rear sights replaceable? These guns will end up being used by hundreds of kids.
While both sights can be removed, I have not seen a different front sight on these guns. Some folks do remove the rear sight in favor of a williams peep sight mounted to the scope dovetail. If you mean replaceable as in spare parts available, then yes. Spare rear and front sight units can be had easily right through this website.
Is it true that once you disengage the safety the only way to re-engage the safety is to cock the gun?
|Max Velocity||675 fps|
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