The Cowboy Lever-Action features a realistic loading ability with 10 BB cartridges inserted into its under barrel tube magazine and powered by two 12-gram CO2 cartridges behind the hardwood stock’s removable butt plate. With every cock of the lever each shell ejects, just like the real thing!
Umarex Legends Cowboy Lever Action Rifle Features
- Eject-able cartridges
- Realistic lever action
- Full metal frame
- Includes 10 BB cartridges
- Fixed front sight
- Adjustable rear sight
- Faux-wood polymer stock
- Compatible with Umarex Peacemaker BB cartridges
- Powered by two 12 g CO2 Capsules housed in the stock
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- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity535 fps
- Ammo TypeBBs
- Barrel StyleSmooth bore
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight5.96
- Overall Length38
- Barrel Length19.25
- Front SightsBlade and Ramp
- Rear SightsAdjustable for elevation
- UsePlinking & target practice
- Warranty90-day limited warranty
I like the old western style firearms and being able to purchase air guns that are made like those is something I really like.This rifle is on display on my wall and I love shooting it. It is listed as BB but will shoot pellets. It is more accurate when you do use pellets.
I began shooting the Legends with BBs, and on day one, considered returning it. I then switched to pellets and now you would have to pry it out my hands. I can easily hit a 4 inch metal disk at 75 feet every time (especially with fresh C02).
Which is most accurate? At first I thought the Walther was. The more I shoot the Legends, the more accurate I get with it. Now I'm not sure.
Bottom line, the Walther was twice as expensive. It does have a wood stock, which I love. The Legends stock is extremely realistic, and almost prettier to look at. The ejecting shells is much more fun than the rotary disk.
Obviously, the 12 gram C02's run dry pretty fast compared to the 88 gram Walther. I do like having the extra power in the Walther. Overall, I think the Legends is a little cheaper to shoot.
If wood vs. plastic, the price difference in C02 cylinders, or realistic loading doesn't matter...it may come down to price. There's not a bad choice here. They are both tons of fun. Just use pellets for either gun, and you won't be disappointed.
the same cartridges as my Colt Peacemaker revolver. While advertised
as a BB gun, it shoots pellets equally well and with greater accuracy
as does the pistol. the rifle produces 3/4" groups at 30'. I found
that Crossman competition wadcutters work well for target practice.
The only reason that I did not rate it a 5 is due to the flimsy
plastic front sight that quickly became damaged. I was able to repair
it with superglue, but am exploring the possibility of replacing with
a more substantial metal aftermarket sight.
Wish they made one in .22 and maybe a yellowboy version.