Tech Force M12 air rifle Spring-piston Breakbarrel Single-shot 11mm dovetail grooves (no open sights) Muzzlebrake for extra cocking leverage Ambidextrous Monte Carlo hardwood stock Checkered grip & forearm Rubber buttpad 6.85 lbs. without a scope Includes 4-12x40 AO scope and mount (unmounted) Scope info: 4-12x magnification 40mm objective lens (adjustable objective) 1" tube 1/4 MOA (1/4" click value @ 100 yds) Duplex reticle 7.5 yds to infinity parallax adjustment 18.40 oz. 13.75" long Black matte finish Includes lens covers
- ManufacturerTech Force
- Caliber0.22 cal
- Velocity800 fps
- Airgun MechanismSpring-piston
- Ammo TypePellets
- Magazine Capacity1
- Airgun UseSmall game hunting/plinking
- Airgun Rail11mm dovetail
- Overall Length44.25
- Barrel Length9.25
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- Cocking Effort26 lbs.
- Gun Weight4.81
- Product ConditionNew
- Warranty1-year limited warranty
I would recommend this item to a friend.
The good, the bad, the ugly
June 8, 2014
The good: This rifle has a very nice design and is comparably light weight compared to my Beeman Sportsman Rs2 and Remington Summit. The fit and finish is nice. The wood is stained evenly with nice deep checkering on the grip and forearm. The bluing is dark and even. The scope is bright and clear and zeroed with out difficulties. I have been able to shoot 1" groups at 20 yards within my first 100 pellets. The bad: This trigger is not as described. It far from a target trigger with 3 lb pull. Cocking is heavy and rough. It is starting to smooth out a little with 300 shots through the rifle. I believe the rifle will take 1500 rounds to break in to see it full potential. At present I can't find anything on line for tuning the rifle. The ugly: This rifles compression tube is loaded with black tar/lubricant and I'm still having to clean the barrel every 5 to 10 shots after 300 shots. Conclusion: I believe this rifle has the potentially to shoot .5" groups @ 25 yds. If you are looking for a smooth shooter right out of the box this rifle is not for you. If you're willing to spend the time and put some effort into the rifle you could end up with a shooter.
Pros:Price, Design, Fit & Finish
Cons:Trigger, Over lubed, Rough cocking out of the box