- Single Shot
- Spring Piston, breakbarrel design
- Automatic Cocking Safety system
- Manual Trigger safety
- Fluted Polymer Bull barrel
- Whisper® suppression technology(with up to 52% reduction)
- Second Stage adjustable SAT™ (Smooth Action Trigger)
- Stock: Tough all-weather synthetic stock
- Cheek-piece: Twin cheek pads (comfortable for ambidextrous shooting)
- Butt Plate: Ventilated rubber pad for recoil absorption
- Fiber optic front and rear sights
- 11mm grooved receiver, accommodating most air gun optics
- Raised Scope Ramp
- Scope: 4x32mm air rifle scope w/rings
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1000 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- ActionBreak barrel
- Barrel StyleRifled
- ButtplateVentilated rubber
- Cocking Effort30
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- Gun Weight5.28
- Overall Length46
- Barrel Length18
- MechanismSpring piston
- RailDovetail Mount
- Front SightsFiber Optic
- Rear SightsAdjustable for windage and elevation
- Trigger AdjustabilitySecond stage adjustable
- Trigger Pull3.79
- UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
It is easier to cock than my old Chinese rifle and about 25%-30% quieter. The supplied scope is, well, it's a scope. The reticle is pretty decent but the scope is fairly dark. Time will tell if it holds up. The thumbhole in the stock is rather small for my average sized hands and I really dislike having a safety inside the trigger guard. The trigger pull is decent out of the box but does take some getting used to. The take-up is rather long but breaks fairly crisply. I did not adjust it, I'll just get used to it.
Some people mentioned recoil in this rifle, but as I am used to shooting a 7.62 X 5 rifle (Cetme) and a Ruger M-77 .300 WinMag, I didn't notice any. Nearly all recoil is perception, my AR-15 seems to me to be a very light recoil. Take that observation for what it is worth.
All in all it is a worthwhile purchase and it appears that it will be effective squirrel "Medicine" for those little bastards that are tearing up my property.
I docked one star for safety placement, putting a safety inside a trigger guard is a pretty horrible idea. Outside of that, I'd rate it five stars.
By bill douglas from tenn on May 21, 2012
By Staff on May 25, 2012
Answer:Hello, the trigger pull on this gun is usually pretty simple. it IS adjustable if you know how to take a gun apart, but that nullifies the warranty and return policy.
By rajesh from india on February 7, 2012
By Staff on February 10, 2012
Answer:Thank you for you interest.
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By BFULLER from new jersey on March 16, 2012
By Staff on March 19, 2012
Answer:Small screws on the rear sight adjust for elevation and windage.
By Bob from Banff Alberta on July 9, 2012
By Dennis from OHio on May 31, 2012
By Staff on May 31, 2012
Answer:The image is not of the exact product. The gun looks and weighs the same as the one in the image, but the one in the image is a .22 caliber.
The product is .177 caliber
By ben from grand rapids michigan on May 31, 2012
By Staff on May 31, 2012
Answer:This gun would DECIMATE a frog.
They wouldn't stand a chance.