RWS 54 Air King Rifle- .177 cal with 4X32 Scope
Item #: 216-6226
MSRP $779.00| Save $150.00 (19%)
A totally recoil-less, spring piston airgun seemed little more than a dream before the recent appearance of the Model 54. In order to realize this goal the engineers spent years experimenting with different systems until they created this mechanical marvel. Simple but durable, the 54 uses a floating action riding on rails to achieve a totally recoiless system that stands up to the pounding of our 1100 fps system. Not only does this arrangement prevent transmission of felt recoil to the shooter, it also permits the rifle to excel in the accuracy department. When the rifle is fired, the action moves back lightly within the stock, absorbing the recoil, and permitting the pellet to exit the barrel before any of the spring vibration affects its travel. This system dramatically improves the accuracy potential of this magnum air rifle, making it a first class choice for either long range pest control or the precise demands of field target shooting. This side lever cocking magnum rifle's other features include adjustable trigger, adjustable rear sight, scope rail, Monte Carlo stock with cheek piece and checkering, and an automatic safety. Lifetime warranty.
TOTAL LENGTH: 43"
BARREL LENGTH: 17"
WEIGHT: 9 lbs.
.177 1100 FPS
TRIGGER PULL: 3.3 LBS
COCKING EFFORT: 39 LBS.
300, 350, 450
RWS PELLET RECOMMENDATION:
Meisterkugeln, Superdome,Supermag, Super-H-Point
|Our Price||$629.00 Save $150.00 (19%)|
|airgun use||Small Game Hunting / Target Shooting|
|barrel style||Fixed Barrel|
Alexandria, VA (DC area)
I would recommend this item to a friend.
My First Experience
February 7, 2013
Massive looking. My first side cock. I had a Beeman R1 with all the frills-supertune, trigger tune, etc. A young man sold me his. Once I loaded it and pulled the trigger, I knew it had much more power than the supertuned R1. I never checked the accuracy of either air gun due to loss of the air rifles, what a shame. This air rifle may have been well broken in, the R1 not. I mean the 54 had gobs more power. I had to have another.
Cons:Weight was a speck more than I wished.
June 11, 2009
this rifle is a power house i killed a coyote at 17 yards.