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|Max Velocity||820 fps|
|Cocking Effort||24 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Globe w/Aperture Inserts|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
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Things I liked: Very smooth, and very accurate. A pleasure to shoot cant wait to try it out on some pigeons.
Things I liked: Weight and accuracy
Things I would have changed: Fiber optic front sight post would be nice
Things I liked: it's almost 5pm,, march7,, 2018,, i got my 22 cal hw50 about 2 hours ago,, with a hawke scope,, took it outside to my 25 yard range,, put 5 pellets through it,, i know i put 5 stars for accuracy,, i'll site it in over the weekend,, i'm sure accuracy isn't a problem,, but to all those that say cocking effort is a bit stout or difficult,, i am not hercules but i feel sorry for all of you that have issues with the cocking,, it's a piece of cake,,, no problems,, absolutely beautiful stock and bluing ,, i love it so far
Things I would have changed: maybe the safety location but this is my first encounter with this style so i'm thinking it's just me needing to get used to it,,
What others should know: this is my first german air rifle,, my next purchase will definitely be another weihrauch,, jerry eminger is the best,, he is my sales adviser for life,, anyone considering this rifle,, go for it,, top shelf of air rifles,, a work of art
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Do you need a barrel droop compensator mount with a scope?
Need, no. You may find that you want one depending on what pellets and distances you shoot at. Typically, the HW rifles do not exhibit the level of barrel droop that some other manufacturers do
I am new to airguns. I have heard the HW30 is prone to galling, (metal on metal scraping when cocked). Is the HW50 prone to this also?
I have a Beeman R7/HW30 the falling issue was resolved several years ago. Does have a synthetic (nylon,delrin?) insert in the recess where the cocking arm makes contact with the receiver. Very smooth cocking action.
Is the .177 a 12 ftlb ?
Well if you can believe there numbers in .177 @ 820 F.P.S. using a normal weight pellet of 8.5 GR. that works to be 12.68 Foot pounds.
|Max Velocity||820 fps|