Stoeger X-50 Synthetic Monte Carlo Stock w/3-9x40 Scope
Item #: 30029
MSRP $319.00| Save $69.10 (22%)
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The airgun has an ergonomic cocking grip that assures fast and easy, single-stroke charging on each and every shot. The blued-steel, rifled barrel provides accuracy and years of service. It comes with standard, fiber-optic front and adjustable rear sights. Target acquisition is quick and easy with red front and two-dot, green rear fiber-optic inserts. All X50 receivers feature an integral dovetail scope-rail.
For added security, the X50 features an automatic, ambidextrous safety, easily accessible on the rear of the receiver. The trigger assembly can be screw-adjusted for second-stage length.
X50 models are mounted in Monte Carlo-style stocks for improved control and target acquisition. The raised, ambidextrous cheek-piece lets you shoot comfortably, regardless of hand preference. Checkering on the pistol grip and fore-end ensures a firm grip in wet weather. A rubber butt-pad provides a solid shoulder mount.
Stocks are available in rugged black synthetic and genuine Advantage Timber HD camo.
- MUZZLE VELOCITY: 1500 fps with .177 alloy pellets; 1200 fps with lead
- TOTAL LENGTH: 50 in.
- CALIBER: .177 caliber pellets
- SAFETY: automatic, ambidextrous safety mounted on back of receiver
- POWER SOURCE: spring piston
- STOCK: Monte Carlo-style, black synthetic with checkered pistol grip and fore-end
- COCKING SYSTEM: break-action breech-loader with ergonomic cocking grip
- REAR SIGHT: fiber-optic, fully adjustable for elevation and windage
- BARREL: 19.7 in., rifled, blued steel
- FRONT SIGHT: hooded front sight with a red, fiber-optic insert
- WEIGHT: 8.3 lbs. / 9.9 lbs. with scope
- SCOPE OPTICS FOR COMBO: 3-9x40 parallax adjustable scope with rings; factory mounted
- FEATURES: adjustable, two-stage trigger; integral dovetail scope rail on receiver; non-slip deluxe rubber recoil pad
- FINISH: black synthetic
|Our Price||$249.90 Save $69.10 (22%)|
|airgun use||Pest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting|
|fire mode||Single Shot|
|warranty||2 Year Limited|
I would recommend this item to a friend.
March 27, 2014
The Stoeger X50 Is my favorite pellet gun. It is amazingly powerful and accurate with blazing speeds with or without PBA pellets. This gun usually shoots Crosman Pointed and Destroyer pellets supersonic. Good pellets include: Lead free pellets like Crosman Fast Flight Penetrators have passed right through 3 mm of aluminium and kept right on going. Gamo Rockets are able to penetrate up to 1 mm of stainless steel. JSB Exact Monsters are high mass and benefit fro extended effective range. Overall this gun seems to prefer: JSB Exact Monsters, Crosman premier Hollowpoints and crosman domed pellets. When I received this rifle it dieseled maybe for the first 3-5 shots then quieted down a little but was and is still quite loud with its large spring. I've had to do very little work on this rifle to keep it in great condition with only the fiber optics needing tightening out of the box. I was able to put 8 pellets in a dime sized group standing from 40 feet. The scope works fairly well with my being able to shoot golf balls with moderate effort at 25 yards (I'm not a big fan of scopes and thus relatively inexperienced with them as of yet). This gun is also deadly with a test using dead fish yielding nickle to quarter sized holes in the fish using Crosman Destroyers. Due to its high power it is possible to use pellets that were formerly reserved for PCPs like the 16 grain H&N Rabbit Magnum II which weighs more than the average .22 caliber pellet. Most pellets shot from this gun can penetrate 3/4 inch wood at 10 yards and still retain a significant portion of their kinetic energy. Animals that can be hunted with this gun range from mice to (reported ) deer and sheep with a well placed head shot. I highly recommend this gun due to its cheapness and high power with only its stiff clunky trigger detracting from my approval of it.
Pros:Extremely powerful. Accurate with both scope and fiber optic sights. Compatible with many brands and types of ammo. Screws stay tight for a long time without locktite or other similar substances.
Cons:Heavy. Barrel fouls with large amounts of lead quickly due to high speed of pellet in barrel regardless of pellet hardness. VERY loud. Trigger is stiff and unpredictable when firing.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Easy to break for cocking.
November 22, 2013
Great gun had mine for two years now. Easy to break open by just a sharp whack on the end of the barrel. Took me a while to work this out too.
Pros:Great distance gun.
Cons:Could be quieter but means business.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
stoeger X-50 long term review
May 17, 2012
I have had the Stoeger X-50 for over a year and put around 2000 pellets through this gun and it has never let me down. The gun is easily accurate up to 50 yrds with the Stoeger 3-9x40 scope. I have shot pellets ranging from light weight alloys to 16 grain pellets and have had no jams or problems at all. For alloy pellets I would recommend the stoeger x-speed alloys. They seem to have the best grouping in this gun of all the alloys I tried. Average speed with alloys is around 1250 to 1300 fps. I was able to achieve a high speed of 1553 fps by dieseling the pallet ( I would not recommend doing this as it can damage your gun. ) With alloy pellets this is a very loud gun. Egual to a .22. If shooting in town use a heavier grain to slow the pellet down for less noise. This is a hard to cock gun. It is like a gym work-out and a day of shooting all in one. Used to it now and can shoot all day with out any repercussions. This is also a big and heavy gun. (just look at the specs.) I always shoot it on a bag to rest on or a bi-pod for best results. I think of this more as a sniper rifle then a hunting in the woods rifle. I added a high end laser pointer that shows up at 50 yrds and flash light for night shooting to the gun scope. Every time I take this gun to the outdoor range I end up with a crowd wanting to know about this rifle. They are always amazed to find out it's an air rifle and these guys are shooting military grade weapons and they get excited when I let them try it out. This gun is by far the best gun for the money. I now consider myself a stoeger only airgunner
Pros:This is as good as it gets for break barrel airguns.
Cons:The only con is that I wish they would make the x-50 with a suppressor on the barrel.
August 10, 2010
Great rifle for the price.It has a high quality scope that utilizes a distance focus as well as a diopter adjustment. It is very accurate, smooth trigger pull and looks like a big game hunting rifle.On the down side, the cocking action requires a muscular arm, 58 lbs, compared to the usual 30 on other guns, but it does fling pellets at 1500 fps .A competitors rifle puts em out at 1600fps, but costs $200.00 more.The other downers are: To break the action to cock the rifle, it takes considerable force to start the cocking stroke, I crack the gun across my knee to break the barrel free before I cock it. Maybe this will break in with use,[ I hope so].The other is the weight, at 81/2 lbs it weights as much as my M14 did in the Army,the barrel is made of all steel, [ my other air gun is a 22, comes in at 5 lbs. and has a steel liner in a poly barrel, with a 30 lbs cocking effort. Maybe the steel barrel is a design feature to withstand the high cocking effort. I still like this rifle, and would recommend it to anyone as long as I could explain the factors that they should be aware of.