Front and rear sights
Forearm checkering and the trigger
Checkered grip, rubber buttpad
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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||45 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Micrometer adjustable|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Trigger Pull||9.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: This gun is made in Turkey. It comes standard with a walnut stock with nice checkering on the grip and forearm, which is astonishing considering the $100 price tag. Hello RWS? Mine was decently figured but a bit gritty; properly refinished could be stunning. The bluing is even and mine came with a scope. Powerful springer decently accurate not a match rifle but a good hunting platform. Rear sight has adjustable wheels for windage and elevation and fiber optics front and rear. Trigger and triggerguard are plastic. Trigger is non-adjustable and requires effort to pull. The scope grooves are deep and should allow for a secure mount. The rifle is fairly light and would be easy to take on a day trip into the woods.
Things I would have changed: There is no scope stop which this gun needs due to its recoil. Well there is a plate with a screw holding it at the back of the cylinder but I'm wondering how long that will last before it's sheared off. This gun might be a scope buster. The cocking effort is pretty high. Vibration is present buy a scope that can handle it. Relatively loud gun big crack when fired.
What others should know: I have a Crosman 2260 and for $25 more you could buy this? Show me more gun for the money at any price. I am of course assuming it's not going to break and I won't know that unless it happens, but what a lot of gun for 100 bucks! It's somewhat crude and could benefit from a tune up to smooth out the cocking effort and recoil. This is a great move-up gun for someone ready to trade in their Crosman 760. I would have loved this gun as a 17 year old and for an adult on a budget you can't do much better.
Things I liked: walnut stock is first class,big kick,it has power,trigger not bad,heavy gun. for the dollar it is hard to beat and very tough in the woods.
Things I would have changed: heavy with scope.rear sight moves from recoil.
What others should know: am using leapers 3-9x40 rg,use accushot or steel mounts with rear set screw in barrel this thing shoots hard. broke a set of cheaper mounts. tighten gun screws every 500 shots and add locktite to them.
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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|