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Item #: 30302
Stoeger X-20S Suppressed .177 Caliber Air Rifle
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MSRP $300.00| Save $140.05 (47%)
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Suggested Use: Small Game Hunting
Item#:30302
Brand:Stoeger Arms
Caliber:0.177
Velocity:1200
Fire Mode:Single Shot
Mechanism:Spring-piston
Mag. Capacity:1
Weight:7
Condition:New
The latest innovation from Stoeger Airguns is the X20 Suppressor, which utilizes the Dual-Stage Noise Reduction System™. This system combines the functions of an internal air-regulator ring and baffles that work in tandem to reduce noise better than any other airgun on the market. Unlike other airgun manufacturers that utilize only sound dampening baffles, Stoeger's X20 Suppressor utilizes the Dual-Stage Noise Reduction System™. By combining the functions of an internal air-regulator ring and baffles that work in tandem, noise is reduced better that any other airgun on the market. The air-regulator ring has four decompression holes that bleed off most of the compressed air before the pellet even enters the baffles. The remaining compressed air dissipates throughout the baffles further reducing noise.

Specifications:

  • Caliber - .177
  • Velocity: 1200 FPS w/alloy; 1000 FPS w/lead
  • Weight: 8.6 lbs
  • Length: 43"
  • Barrel Length: 16.5"
  • Stock: Monte Carlo Black Synthetic with Checkering
  • Scope: 4x32 Illuminated Red Green Scope
  • Power: Spring
  • Action: Break Barrel

Features:

  • Ambidextrous Automatic Safety
  • Blued Steel Barrel
  • Easy Operating Cocking Grip
  • Adjustable Two-stage Trigger
  • Integral Dovetail Scope Rail


  • Non-slip Rubber Recoil Pad
  • Includes: .177 Caliber Air Rifle, 4x32mm Scope with 2-Piece Rings
MSRP $300.00
Our Price $159.95 Save $140.05 (47%)
manufacturerStoeger Arms
caliber0.177
velocity1200
airgun mechanismSpring-piston
ammo typePellets
magazine capacity1
airgun useSmall Game Hunting
airgun railDovetail Mount
overall length43"
barrel length16.5"
barrel styleRifled
fire modeSingle Shot
gun weight7
opticsFixed Power
product conditionNew
warranty2 Year Limited
Stoeger X-20S Suppressed .177 Caliber Air Rifle
$159.95
4 Stars based on 22 Review(s)
Louis
Tuscaloosa, AL
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Far Exceeded My Expectations
January 4, 2012
I researched .177 caliber air rifles extensively before finally deciding on the Stoeger X-20 Suppressor. Unlike other major brands, I could not find a bad review on this gun - and I scoured the internet for months. Not finding anything other than lavish praise and 5-star ratings for this model, I finally took the plunge and ordered one for Christmas. My expectations were high because of the great reviews, but when the gun arrived, my expectations were blown out of the water. To say that this is a NICE gun, is a MAJOR understatement!!! The packaging is a little childish and "cartoony," but make no mistake, this is not a child's toy. The first thing I noticed when I took the gun out of the box was the weight. It "feels" like an expensive rifle. It shoulders well and has no recoil. The trigger pull is heavy, but I prefer it that way. For those that prefer a lighter pull, the trigger is adjustable, so no worries there. The break-barrel cocking mechanism takes quite a bit of effort to cock, so again, if you are ordering for anyone younger than a teenager, they probably won't be able to cock it. My wife can barely do it. When I ordered, I was a little concerned about the quality of the scope, which looks extremely short and squatty in all of the pictures I saw, but I was pleasantly surprised at this little treasure once it arrived. Out of the box, the windage was dead on, but the elevation was about a foot low. After about 50 pellets and 15 minutes, I had it sighted in dead center and grouping so tightly that it looked more like a deer slug had been fired through the target instead of 10 pellets. I've put about 100 more pellets through since and it has kept its accuracy without any further adjustments. (By the way, I'm using Daisy .177 Cal. Precision Max Pointed pellets - the cheapest I could find at $1.78 for 250 - and they are doing fine.) The illuminated reticle is fun, you can choose either red or green and adjust the brightness level of both colors, but the battery doesn't last. Even with the illumination turned off when I wasn't using it, the battery only lasted about a week. I was also very concerned about "loudness," which is why I ordered the Suppressor model. Let me tell you, it is money well spent. I had read in several reviews that the gun was louder than expected due to dieseling, so I went to a friend's house out in the country to take my first shots. I'm glad I did. The first 2-3 shots sounded like someone firing a .22 rifle. However, by shots 4 and 5 the loud "crack" had subsided, and by the time I had put 10 pellets through, it sounded like a spring action BB Gun. I brought it home and shot it in the back yard, and my wife didn't even know I was shooting. Other than the "thunk" of the spring, this gun is silent when fired. It smoked pretty badly for the first several shots (from the dieseling), but by the time I'd put 10 shots through that had subsided as well. After 2 weeks and over half a tin of pellets worth of shooting, I have to say I LOVE this gun. If you are teetering on the edge, let me go ahead and encourage you to take the plunge and by this air rifle. My only regret is that I didn't buy it sooner!!!
Pros:
It has the weight, feel, look, power, and performance of a much more expensive rifle. And it's super quiet - no louder than a BB gun.
Cons:
The box that the gun comes packaged in looks childish and cheap and takes away from the high quality look and feel of the gun. The gun is way nicer than the package design implies. Also, the illuminated reticle is a neat feature, but it uses up the battery way quicker than anticipated.

Yldbill
Virginia Beach VA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice Air Rifle!
July 9, 2014
Well built and accurate air rifle. Complete package with scope and bag, at almost half-off retail...great deal! Received in a timely fashion. Easily zeroed and then eradicated a few annoying critters the same day.
Pros:
- Solid - Accurate - Decent optics - Made in USA!
Cons:
- Not as "silenced" as advertised

Lance
FIRESTONE, CO
2 Stars

Droopy Dysfunction
June 28, 2014
Barrel is tilted downward a couple degrees when action is locked up, enough so that the droop is easily visible. Cannot get enough elevation out of my optic (UTG 3-9x40AO) to compensate, which is probably why Stoeger bundles this with a fixed 4x that has more internal adjustment. Poor QC on Stoeger's part. Trigger was awful, but predictable. Just started to quiet down a bit right before I gave up on trying to get it zeroed. I know there are compensating mounts, etc., but this droops so much it's noticeable. Will be returning and putting the funds towards a PCP.
Pros:
Aesthetics and fit were fine. Easy cocking. Shroud gave good purchase on the barrel during cocking.
Cons:
Droop, trigger, poor 4x optic, tons of dieseling at the beginning. Louder than expected, but I didn't give it time to quiet all the way down.

Bob
Worth, IL
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Springer Rifle
June 13, 2014
I was really surprised by how well this rifle shot. After 10 shots it was became easier to cock. I liked the illuminated scope. I took it out on cold damp day with misty rain. It was very accurate. I was getting 1/2 in groups using JSB Exact and RWS Super Domes. Everyone was saying that the trigger was stiff but it continued to loosen up as I was shooting the rifle. I bought it on sale and was well worth the money. The suppressor worked very well. My Benjy Disco was tad bit louder than the X-20.
Pros:
All weather stock, Accuracy, illuminated scope. Location of the safety
Cons:
None

Timmy
opglabbeek, Limburg
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Excellent
May 24, 2014
Beside from the scope, I love everything about this rifle. I used to have an x50, which was a bit too loud, big and heavy for me. Everything that was too much on the x50 is just perfect on this one Trigger is nice & smooth, seems I was lucky...safety could have been a bit better tho Scope was completely off target coming out of the box...at a distance of 15m it shot about 60cm to the right
Pros:
Everything beside the scope
Cons:
scope

Birddogski
Minnesota
1 Stars

Not a tack driver
April 2, 2014
Will not hold zero. Don't know if it's the scope or what. I got it to shoot pretty good then it needs adjusting again. 8" group at 30 yards. Not what I was hoping for.
Pros:
Nice looking.
Cons:
Pretty heavy.

Robert
Salisbury, NC
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good Rifle at sub $150 price point, but some issues.
February 6, 2014
Background: This is my first "adult" air rifle. I have two Crosman 760 air rifles, the original from my 13th birthday in 1970 that doesn't work any longer and a 2002 model which I had been using up to this purchase for rodent control in the yard. I looked at a number of rifles, including the Crosman and Benjamin gas piston models, but decided upon the X20S after seeing two favorable reviews by Paul Capello and Rick Eutsler, with particular emphasis on how quiet the rifle was. Since I live in a residential neighborhood, this was important. However, both reviews were on the .22 X20S, not the .177. I had all but decided to buy a .22 Crosman Nitro Venom, but the sale price on the .177 X20S was $20 less, so I ended up with this gun, thinking I could put the difference toward two tins of quality pellets. General Summary: Overall, it is a nice feeling rifle. It is pretty heavy, heavier than my .22WMR Marlin rimfire. The synthetic stock doesn't look or feel cheap and fits me pretty well (5%u201911, 165#). The rifle has a tactical look to it with the all black finish, but doesn't look too %u201Cout there%u201D like some of the sniper type rifles. I love the position of the safety and that it automatically is set on when the gun is cocked. The safety is truly ambidextrous and easy to operate with your thumb. Many of the other rifles I looked at had the safety inside the trigger guard where it could interfere with shooting or possibly result in a negligent discharge when taking off safe. The cocking force is pretty easy and I expect that even women and young teenagers would have no real problem operating this gun. The trigger is not great, but seems to be predictable. The 4x30 scope fits the rifle well and is probably adequate for the effective range of this gun (sub 40 yds). However, even after tightening the rings and mount, the tube has slightly rotated due to the spring torque and the reticle is no longer plumb. It doesn't seem to affect accuracy at this point. The scope doesn't have mil-dots, which would be useful for taking shots outside the normal range for this rifle. Long term, I will probably have to replace this scope. Suggest you keep a 3mm Allen and a #2 Phillips with the gun and tighten all the screws before every use. How quiet? I have heard that the .177 is noisier than the .22, but I have no reference. This rifle has hardly any report from the muzzle, but the spring power plant is still quite loud, so it seems loud to the shooter. So far, no complaints from any neighbors. Problems: I ordered the gun on 1/2/14 and the first gun arrived on 1/8/14. The first gun had a machining defect in the breech area and it had to be sent back. AGD was great in arranging return shipping, but the whole affair took another 3 weeks before I actually had the replacement gun. Even with the replacement gun, the machining in the breech area leaves much to be desired. The o-ring groove is very rough cut. The bore itself is an unfinished opening and as received, I was not able to load some of the premium pellets I purchased with a flush fit. The cheapo Crosman Pointed pellets from Walmart loaded okay as did the JSB Exact, but not any of the Beeman or RWS Field Line pellets. I can't believe that Beretta doesn't chamfer the breech which would probably add no more than 2 minutes to the fabrication time of the gun. I used an "A" gauge drill and hand-reamed a slight chamfer so I could fit the Beeman Crow Magnum, RWS Superdomes and other pellets into the breech and not clip off the back when closing the breech. I have attached photos showing this. The barrel is super low quality soft steel, so be careful if you try to make this modification with a power tool. Accuracy: The biggest concern for most of us is accuracy, and this rifle is pretty good out of the box. Stoeger mounts and bore sights the scope at 25 yds. The day the second rifle arrived, it was about 20 degrees outside, so I took some shots leaning over the sink out the kitchen window. I included a photo of the first target I shot with the 10 first shots out of the gun using the cheap Crosman Pointed 7.9gr pellets at 20 yds. This was with no adjustment to the scope at all. This thing kicks like a mule compared to the old 760, so most of the scatter is due to operator inexperience with a spring rifle. All ten shots would have scored in a shooting competition. After making the breech chamfer, I shot Beeman Silver Arrow 11.57gr pellets at 70' and with the exception of two flyers due to operator error, I was pretty pleased with a 1" group, again leaning over the sink since it was raining that day. I did adjust the elevation on the scope for the Silver Arrows since they were about 3 inches low due to the weight of the pellet, but still no change in the factory windage setting-amazing. Side note, I don%u2019t believe the theory that heavy pellets will damage a spring rifle. Later in the day, two large rodents were attacking the bird feeder 70%u2019 away and the rifle easily dispatched both. The Silver Arrow pellet delivered amazing power and anchored both within 2 feet of the point of impact. At about 15 FPE, this rifle will deliver the 11.57gr pellets at just over 750 FPM. Overall, at the less than $150 price point, this is a good rifle. However, and I hope Stoeger/Beretta is monitoring this post, I am only giving 3 stars due to the poor machining in the breech area and the obvious lack of quality control in letting the first rifle I received leave the factory.
Pros:
Automatic Safety and located perfectly for ambidextrous operation. Factory mounted scope with bore sighting at 25 yds makes out of the box shooting possible. Nice look and feel to synthetic stock. Easy to cock.
Cons:
Poor machining in the breech area. Soft steel used for barrel Scope mounts not holding tube against spring torque.

Motown369
United States
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

I Love Mine
February 1, 2014
I took my supressed x20 out of the box; and ran a cleaning patch down the barrel, and started hitting 10meter bulls at a dime sized target. Five bulls all touching. I had not adjusted the trigger,or sights. I own four other air rifles of different brands and caliber,but this stoeger is my favorite now.
Pros:
The rodents around my house have moved to SOCHI. Almost no report, just the sound of the spring bolt. That is with subsonic ammo. It will sound like a 22 long rifle with alloy ammo..... I shoot everything so the trigger pull of this hunter does not have to be perfect for me,but it is alright.
Cons:
No Cons from me.

Bigd
Raynham,ma.
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

new to springers
December 28, 2013
I've never used a springer air gun before and it is tricky to group shots. But the gun feels real good and I will practice a lot. I recently tried using GAMO lethal pellets with it and results are really good.
Pros:
balance,power and overall construction of this gun
Cons:
hard as hell to break barrel

Ronnie
wildomar, Ca
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Love it!!!!
December 10, 2013
It has exceeded my expectations. This high end plinker is cost effective and very well built. My first break barrel air gun and I like it a lot. I don't know how difficult all other break barrel weapons are to cock and load, this one requires a man or burly woman to set up for a shot. After pulling the trigger its well worth the work-out you get from cocking it. Like one of the review's I had read about this gun, it sounds like a 22 cal. for the first half dozen rounds sent down range, and depending on the type of ammo used it feels like a powder actuated 22 cal shot. (Crosman hi-velocity .177 pellets) All and all this plinker is fun fun fun. Go buy one for yourself and find out what all the fuss is about.
Pros:
Bang for the buck, you get a lot of fun and gun for the price you pay. Then lets talk about the quality second to none. I should have gone all out and bought the x-50 model.
Cons:
I live in the subs and had to warn the neighbors before using the Hi velocity pellets because of the poping sounds after pulling the trigger, Now my biggest problem is when they hear it, they all come over to shoot it....Chuckles... Solution is to just use average pellets then its whisper quiet

Kevin
La Mirada, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Stoeger's X20 Suppressor is a Tack Driver ! ! !
November 27, 2013
I was interested in a Stoeger X20 with Suppressor in .177 and in my research had read reviews both pro & con. I know from past experiences you can get a lemon with just about anything from a vehicle, appliances, and yes even a gun. And I have had a gun that was an absolute lemon, and in fact I gave it away telling them to use it as a fishing weight. But back to the Stoeger. With Airgun Depot%u2019s 30 day return policy I figured I%u2019d give the Stoeger a try. When I received the rifle before I even mounted the scope I took a cardboard box filled it full of folded newspapers and went into the garage and fired about 100 shots into the box to break in the barrel. Afterwards I mounted the scope and went out into the backyard and sighted in. I can sum up the Stoeger X20 Suppessor%u2019s performance in two words. %u201CTack Driver%u201D If you are interested in a Stoeger then check it out. I was more than pleased with the performance, and I was using cheap ammo. I can%u2019t wait to fire some of the more premium rounds to see how this rifle preforms... They're on order and on the way... Lastly,, it's the quietest air gun I've even seen / heard... The power piston makes more noise than the actual shot does...
Pros:
The weight feels like a high powered deer rifle in the hands. It shoulders well and is well balanced. Plus,, It's the Quietest of the 3 air guns I own on top of being Very Accurate!!! It grouped in at 1 inch at about 25 yards...
Cons:
None Yet...

Jeremiah
,
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Sweet
October 22, 2013
I got this rifle shooting pretty consistent..but not the fpe I wanted. I ended up getting a nitro piston from Crosman..And tuned it myself. Now I have almost 18 fpe with 10.5 grn pellets.
Pros:
accurate consistent
Cons:
no power..like 13 fpe of 12 fpe

J. R.
Georgia
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

SERIOUS AIRGUN
March 6, 2013
I just use an air rifle to keep the squirrel population down around my house as they are fond of eating it. I'm still getting used to it but, once I got it sighted in pretty well. I've found it to be quite accurate and powerful enough to take them out.
Pros:
It is a solid, no nonsense air-gun with good optics and quality features. It is quiet which is good because of the residential area that I live in.
Cons:
It is heavy at about 8 and just a little long in the padded but-end to the trigger and scope for me but I'm getting used to it.

Brad
Arkansas
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Stoeger X-20S Suppressed .177 Caliber Air Rifle
February 17, 2013
Very well made rifle. Not a comp. rifle, but excellent for avid hunting demands. No problems/malfunctions yet. Accuracy varies substantially with different pellets. Not so much cheap vs expensive, but with weight and shape. Since .177 has a remarkable trajectory curve, "just because it is what it is." Shoots heavy pellets very well with better accuracy. Quite since the first shot, only hear the spring. These rifles are plenty powerful enough for hunting/varmint control. I got a beaver and he weighed almost 100lbs. It is the 4th one taken with an air rifle. Hit him right between the eyes from 25yds with x-magnum heavy pellet. Killed as efficiently and humanely as with a 22. Beaver problem is decreasing.
Pros:
Powerful Solid built
Cons:
Nothing yet

J.Whitehurst
Warner Robins, Ga
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Whitehurst
January 13, 2013
Awesome gun! I purchased it at chucks bait and tackle and I love it.
Pros:
Quietness gun I have shot.
Cons:
Scope isn't great.

TGoss
alabama
2 Stars

Expect louder then expected
July 16, 2012
Nice quality feel. nice heft. may be quieter than an unsuppressed spring load but be prepared if you are new to spring loads as I was. this thing has a loud snap to it. I have been told this is norm for this type of airgun. believe me, it ain't quiet. even after break in.
Pros:
feels solid
Cons:
LOUD. nothing neighbors want to listen to if you are thinking about backyard target practice.

Cole
Mass
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Best pellet gun
June 24, 2012
After purchasing this pellet gun, I was amazed at the silence of this gun, however, the first few shots are pretty loud. It is deadly accurate after you sight in the scope which is very easy to do. The illuminated crosshairs are very cool, but the battery runs out fast. This gun looks very expensive and is made to last.
Pros:
Scope Accuracy Look Low noise Durability
Cons:
Weight

Dennis
Stockton, New York
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Excellent value
June 17, 2012
Great looking gun...the scope was easy to adjust. The synthetic stock felt great in the shoulder. Some complain about the trigger but I felt it was adequate for a stock rifle.
Pros:
Price Stock - feel and material Easy to cock Scope
Cons:
Nothing

D
Buffalo
2 Stars

Ok
January 30, 2012
Had this rifle for about six months. After maybe 500 shots, the deiseling stopped. This rifle is very hold sensitive, and really dont care for it. It is very lightweight which makes stability difficult. The trigger pull is long and cumbersome; worse than Crossman. I dont think this rifle is worth the price as when I initially purchased this, I thought I was moving into a better category of air rifles. The flashy box makes this rifle appealing.
Pros:
Scope, albeit a 4X32 had the nice illuminated dot. Came with 5 tins of German ammo.
Cons:
Performance, 4X32 scope, trigger, price, made in China, and weight.

Mr Buffalo
5 Stars

Stoeger X-20S Excellent
August 31, 2011
I have had this gun for about 1 month now. At first I thought it was a little noisey, but the more I used it the quieter it became. Using heavier pellets seems to have quieted it down some more also. The major noise now comes from the spring recoil rather than the shot taken. It has been very accurate after getting it sighted in properly. The varmits are now cutting new trails to avoid my property.

Michael Jackson
5 Stars

Stoeger X-20s
August 29, 2011
Great pellet rifle and very accurate, I also own the Gamo Whisper and this Stoeger is a lot more quit, I also think that it has more power. The only thing that I feel needs a little improvement is the safety button because its a little hard to push in other then that I really like this pellet rifle and Im sure you would too.mj

culley
5 Stars

love it
July 26, 2011
Got this from another vendor at a much higher price. Had it for about a month now and I have to say I'm impressed with the baffeling system in this air rifle. It really is quiet compared to my other break barrels I own. This gun is fun to shoot. Not a lot of recoil. I've take out some ground squirrels from about 30 yards with no problem and the noise doesn't bother my neighbors. Good gun.



By Thomas from central Fl. on February 29, 2012
What is the cocking poundage?

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