The Hammerli Pneuma Elite 10 is a powerful, pre-charged pneumatic pellet rifle. The rifle can be charged up to 200 bar (2900 PSI). The adjustable fiber optic front and rear sights and 2-stage adjustable trigger allow for accurate shooting time and time again. The integrated rail accepts Weaver or 11mm style mounts for after market enhancements. The vertically adjustable recoil pad and checkered grip sustain comfort throughout multiple shots.
- Caliber- .177
- Velocity: 1110 feet per second
- Weight: 7.9 lbs
- Length: 39.4"
- Barrel Length: 19.4"
- Barrel: Rifled
- Power: Pre-Charge Pneumatic
- Capacity: 10 Rounds
- Front Sight: Adjustable for Elevation
- Rear Sight: Adjustable for Windage & Elevation
- Scopeable: 11mm Dovetail & Picatinny Rail
- Trigger: Two-Stage Adjustable
- Trigger Pull: 3.0 lbs
- Length of Pull: 14.25"
- Action: Bolt-Action
- Buttpad: Rubber- Adjustable Fitting
- Safety: Automatic
- 10 Round Repeating Air Rifle
- Very Powerful
- Sidelever Bolt-Action For Easy Cocking
- Adjustable Fiber Optic Sights
- Automatic Safety Behind Rear Mount
- Fill Reservoir up to 200 bar (2,900 psi)
- Ambidextrous Stock
- Thumbhole with Textured Grip
- Unique Integrated Rail Accepts Weaver/Picatinny or 11mm Dovetail Mounts
- Two-Stage Adjustable Trigger
- Adjustable Recoil Pad (Adjusts Vertically)
- Removable air reservoir has built-in manometer (air pressure gauge)
- Ideal For Hunting Small- Medium Size Pests
- Includes: .177 Cal Air Rifle, Bleed Valve, 1/8" BSPP Probe Fill adapter (w/ male threads) & O-Rings
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1070 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight7.9 lbs
- Overall Length39.4"
- Barrel Length19.4"
- Magazine Capacity10
- MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
- RailDovetail/ Weaver Mount
- UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Forget the pumps. Forget the "shoebox" compressor. Forget the SCUBA tanks. On second thought, come buy my SCUBA tank. It's been sitting in the garage, full, for several years. I NEVER use it.
Someone asked about the refill connection. It comes with a fitting that is threaded for a standard hp hose on one end, The other end slides into the "gun tank" to refill.
GET a TKO suppressor. It screws directly on after removing the thread protector on the end of the barrel. This is how quiet it is: I set the Hammerli (with bipod) on the breakfast room table, open the window slightly, and shoot targets, rabbits, and chipmunks out to 112 ft (tape measured from the table to the property corner) WHILE TALKING ON THE PHONE. Wife is in the den reading usually. NOBODY HEARS ANYTHING. I hear the "tink" of the hammer/slide AND I hear the "thunk" of the pellet hitting whatever I put the crosshairs on. I'll ask; can YOU reliably make head shots on chipmunks at 30 yards?? Sometimes I shoot them through the ear to make 'em run, just to make it sporting and keep from getting bored. I love springtime.
Here is the "REFILL" system for this, or most any PCP: "Compressed air" and nitrogen are basically the same thing to a PCP. "Air" is 78% nitrogen anyway. Nitrogen (commercially available) is much better for your PCP than air because it is DRY, as in NO moisture. Remember, air has moisture and moisture rusts steel. And compressed nitrogen is available at paintball shops and fields for CHEAP. They use LOTS of it and sell it cheap from 7000PSI cylinders. The shop around the corner charges $1 per "thousand pounds" refill. Takes about 15 seconds. That translates to $1.50 because I refill at 3,000 psi, up to 4,500 psi in my tanks. The guy there feels bad about charging so much, or little, and tries to waive it off, but I tip him $10 and we are both ecstatic!! They are used to dealing with high school brats with NO money. I'll get 5-8 rifle refills per tank, and about 20 shots per rifle refill. The shop has all kinds of other useful fittings, hoses, hardware, gauges, etc.
So, what kind of "tank" is this, you want to know. You have pictured in your mind a 6 ft tall, green steel "medical gasses" cylinder in my garage. Not. It IS a 10.5 inches long, overall, and 4.25 inches in dia, 68 cubic inch, carbon fiber Ninja paintball tank. Also have a 90 cu in tank. I picked it up cheap on craigslist. Go look at Ninja's website, they have a section on PCP stuff!!
NOW you are thinking, "it's just not possible to get that many refills out of that little tank." Right?? So don't take my word for it. You can do the math yourself on your smartphone...if you only knew which math to do. Figuring THAT out is a whole 'nother class, but if you really want to know, it's all available right here under your search button. Hint: Boyle' Law. That should put you right in the middle of it.
And get the JSB Match EXACT HEAVY Diablo (and MONSTER Diablo) pellets for this rifle. It likes them best.
I tried all the other refill systems and pellets. Don't you waste your time and money.
The accuracy is great and you can easily get 1/2 inch groupings with open sights at 20 yards.