Limited Lifetime Warranty- RWS 350P Magnum
Long range pest control, target practice or just plinking, the 350 handles each task effectively. Powerful Break Barrel Action!
The 350 represents a new level in Airgun shooting. With its sleek design and break barrel action, the 350 is easy to cock and handle. With velocities in the range of Rimfire shells this model offers the shooter many options for use. Long range pest control, target practice or just plinking, the 350 handles each task effectively. Even if you are not an airgunner, but a serious hunter, the 350 will sharpen your skills in the off-season and allow you to practice your trigger control for that big hunt. This gun is equipped with a two stage trigger. It is a great addition to any gun collection.
|Barrel Length: 19.5"
Weight 7.5 lbs
Stock: Synthetic Monte Carlo with cheek rest
|1250 ft/sec in .177"
1000 ft/sec in .22"
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1200 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleBreak Barrel
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
- WarrantyLimited Lifetime
I would recommend this item to a friend.
November 1, 2012
I wanted to counter Roman's comment about cocking effort. The effort on my 350 is only 32lbs, considering a typical non-magnum gun is 28-30, I don't think it's much at all. All the magnum guns I've tried are harder to cock than the 350, and many hover around 45lbs. You're really getting a great power to cocking effort ratio with the 350. In .177 you'll need heavier pellets to keep it sub-sonic, but that's ok because there are a few outstanding pellets to choose from. Primarily, I use the Kodiak/Barracuda for most everything. If I want hollow points, I use the Crow Magnum. Both pellets are great but it's exceptional to use them in a gun with this power level. The Crow Mags are really the only quality pellets that actually do what a HP is supposed to do, and that's open up! Basically, any gun that can shoot them at 800fps or more should try them. As for Kodiaks, they're outstanding but few guns can push them very fast so this gun is perfect for that. The gun is great overall, just a bit expensive. It's no true German quality gun like you'd expect from true German makers, but it's better than all the other brands out there like those made in China and Turkey. The machine work is better, bluing better, and the design is good so you can't really go wrong. And again, if you want a magnum gun you won't find one that is easier to cock! A side note: Nitro guns are harder to cock so if that's an issue stick with coil spring guns like this. For example, a typical non-magum Nitro gun is about the same to cock as this gun. A magnum gun in this power level will be much harder to cock. If you want something easier to cock, then you can look at non-mag coil spring guns, or even low powered guns. FYI, mine in stock form shoots Kodiak at 990fps, Crow Mag at 1100, RWS Superdome 1120, and Gamo PBA at 1400. Not sure what they mean by the advertised 1250fps, maybe very light lead.
February 20, 2011
Woaw this gone will just leave you speechless. Very Very Very Accurate even With Pretty Strong Winds. But i dUnno if Its Just Me But It Takes Like 400 LBS Of Pressure To Just Cock This Thing DOwn lol. i Dont Know Why It Says Adult Gun. This Is A Gun FOr Juice Heads
By samuel from L'Épiphanie, Quebec on June 16, 2012
By Austin from Wyoming on June 23, 2012
Answer:Well, I know it is ideal for rabbit hunting, but I'm not exactly sure about pheasants. I have a daisy powerline 990 and its at about 600-700 fps and I've killed rabbits and prairie dogs with it. This has roughly 500 more fps than my. If you have the money this would be a good choice.
By Luke from Spain on June 9, 2012
Because in Spain an Air rifle cannot exceed 18ft/lbs.