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Barra Cowboy Series 1866

Available in .177, Multipump BB/Pellet Rifle
Only $79.99
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  • Code: AGD-500710078 · $79.99 · .177 · 800 fps
Estimated in stock date is 06-05-24
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Barra Cowboy Series 1866 Features

  • Multipump pneumatic (1-10 pumps)
  • Shoots BBs and pellets
  • 50-BB reservoir
  • Shoots pellets one at a time
  • Bolt action
  • Gold-colored receiver, barrel band and buttplate
  • Manual safety
  • Open sights
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  • ManufacturerBarra
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 800 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 5.88
  • Overall Length 39.00
  • Barrel Length 20.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Mechanism Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Blade & Ramp
  • Rear Sights Adjustable
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action Single-Action
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 30-day limited warranty
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By ChristopherUSAFebruary 5, 2023

Super fun rifle to plink with, I've had mine for almost 3 years now and it fires every time and is always on target to this day

None, awesome little rifle

By ThomasOctober 13, 2022

this gun is available in a kids size too

almost identical to a winchester golden spike. adjustable rear sight. low or high power depending on pumps. functions like a daisy 880 air rifle. enjoyable to shoot. i only shoot pellets in the gun.

the loading port is deep and makes pellets HARD to load. trigger pull is really stiff. i would have rated this gun a lot higher except for these two issues

By JohnUSAAugust 25, 2021

Like I said, I haven't really had a chance to shoot it, but it sure is fun. Not sure about accuracy yet. I pumped it up 7 times, loaded a 5.2g pellet, and aimed at a tree 40 yards away. It let fly with a whoosh and a small POP, you could hear the pellet flying; it hit the tree and ricocheted another 30-40 yards.

I just got this, and have only shot 1 BB and a couple pellets through it. Face it, this thing just looks cool! I like the fact it can repeat, but there's a caveat: it has a rifled barrel. Steel and a rifled barrel don't go well together, so I ordered some H&N copper plated lead balls. I'm still waiting so we'll see how it loads with lead instead of steel. A bit brief: BBs load easily, pellets not so much. I have already dropped three into the BB reservoir, but with some firm shaking they come out. The breach is too low, the open area around it is far too large, and few will be able to get their fingers in there. Feel of the gun is very good. With the long barrel, you feel like you're really holding something. The few shots I've taken were pleasing; even at three pumps there's a pleasing POP. Because of the long lever, and possibility for pinching, it's difficult to pump, but not hard. The 7th pump was not much more effort than the first.

Manual showed fiber optic sights. Not on mine. Make the breach easier to load, less easy to drop projectiles into (some shrouding?)

By PeteAugust 14, 2020

Again cannot stress how quiet this thing is, in both firing and the pumping. Great for indoor plinkers or people with tiny pests to control. I am worried about how well it will hold up, but so far so good.

So far seems to shoot fairly well (only about 12 shots in so far), strangely more powerful than I was expecting, it balled up a squirrel at 10 yards no problem. What nobody seems to mention thought is how quiet it is! It makes a Crossman pumpmaster sound like a shotgun by comparison! Exceptionally quiet and smooth to pump. Very nice in those regards.

I just wish they would sink a little more money into it. Some areas of it feel so cheap. I'd happily pay 50 bucks more, for a supped up better version of this. With a metal receiver that's been painted to look brass etc. What I'm trying to say is that the concept is there, they just need to execute it a little better.

By JedUSAJuly 23, 2020

I use a sheepskin butt pad to prevent slippage inside my shoulder while aiming because the butt cap is slippery. I unscrewed the butt cap and filled the hollow stock with DAP vinyl spackle. This added 18.7 ounces of weight to the stock and improved the balance of the rifle.

The price is low and deceiving because it is a much better air gun than the price suggests. Very accurate. I'm hitting 1/2 inch to 1/8th inch groups regularly, freestanding with 8.18 gr H&N pellets from 30 feet. Great looking! The cocking lever is cast steel and easy to pump 10 times but I only need 3 pumps from 30 feet to be accurate. The gold plastic receiver, butt cap and forearm band are strong and look like metal. The rear sight is adjustable for elevation and windage and easy to use. It weighs about 4 lbs. 10 ounces. Rifled octagon barrel! The stock and forearm are plastic and look and feel all right.

After several shots (hundreds) the hammer, which is the safety when pulled back, wears and falls down by itself. To fix this I slid a piece of leather lace in the space under the hammer when cocked to keep it from falling.

By CharlesUSAFebruary 20, 2020

Good price

should be made of metal

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Will this item ship to Canada

asked Raymond from Canada

What's the muzzle energy on this particular rifle?

asked Stephen from USA

fairly low

Val from USA

What is the the rifle made out of?

asked Thomas from USA

How many pumps do you have to do for the 800 fps ?

asked Treyvin from USA

10 pumps

Mark from USA

Is the bolt plastic or metal ?

asked Joseph Anthony

Is this real brass or just god colored plastic ?

asked Joseph Anthony

not real brass,

Conan from USA

Is the reciever metal or plastic?

asked Robert from USA

Effort and number of pumps per shot? Quality of components under use. Thanks Considering buying at least three for older grandkids.

asked Martin gavriloff

Which company builds this rifle? Thanks...

asked Rolf


Conan from USA
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