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Ruger Blackhawk Scope Combo

  • Code: 224-4010 · .177 · 1000 fps
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Ruger Blackhawk Air Rifle
  • Spring-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • All-weather ambi composite stock
  • Fiber optic sights (fully adjustable rear)
  • Includes 4x32 scope & mount
  • Ideal for plinking & dispatching rodents
  • 4x magnification
  • 32mm objective lens
  • 1" tube
  • 1/4 MOA
  • Duplex reticle
  • Parallax setting unknown
  • 29' field of view @ 100 yds
  • 3" eye relief
  • 8mm exit pupil
  • 13.23 oz. (with mount)
  • 12.9" long
  • Includes 11mm dovetail rings

Other features:
  • Nitrogen-filled
  • Shockproof
  • Fogproof
  • Waterproof
  • Windage & elevation adjustments
  • Multiple lens coatings
  • Matte black finish
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  • ManufacturerRuger
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1000 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 6.95
  • Overall Length 44.80
  • Barrel Length 18.70
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Spring-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Automatic
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Fiber Optic
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By DaveJune 12, 2021

I like the rifle, mine says it’s 1300 FPS. Like most everyone else has already said, toss the scope. It doesn’t hold it moves slightly, you adjust it fire and hit where your aiming. Next shot is totally different. Get a better scope, other than that I like it. It fires anything you put in it as far as pellets.

Terrible scope

By DaveJune 12, 2021

I like the rifle, mine says it’s 1300 FPS and came with a skeletonize stock Like most everyone else has already said, toss the scope. It doesn’t hold it moves slightly, you adjust it fire and hit where your aiming. Next shot is totally different. Get a better scope, other than that I like it. It fires anything you put in it as far as pellets.

Terrible scope

By BillyUSASeptember 1, 2015 Verified Purchase

I have owned 4 of these. The first one was very accurate but the piston seal tore in under 500 shots. The second one had a loose barrel pivot bolt and I stripped the threads out when I tried to tighten it (inferior quality metal). It never was accurate. Number 3 was not accurate and broke after about 1000 shots. Number 4 is accurate but I have only fired it about 50 shots . I bought a RWS 34P refurbished from Airgun Depot for around $130 it's 10x the gun the Blackhawk is, so why bother? it's a waste of time and money as well as being very fustrating.

Looks like a RWS 34P.

It is not a RWS 34P.

By AnthonyUSAFebruary 27, 2015

I had rifle sent directly to my 78 yr old uncle. It thrilled him, he said that he always wanted one, but could never free up the money...nothing I've ever gave him made him as happy as this rifle did!!!

great quality!

I have none...

By BrianNovember 26, 2014

I bought two of these. They were refurbs without scopes. I mounted scopes on mine, and they are surprisingly accurate. The fit and finish are superb. Accuracy is about 1 inch at 25 yards with ordinary pellets. I have shot ten different kinds of pellets through these guns, and they all shoot pretty well. Triggers are not bad. Better than expected. This is a well executed copy of RWS 34. Even at full price this is a great value. I enjoy shooting at old soda cans filled with water. These guns tear them up!

Elegant, nicely designed rifle. Accurate and powerful. Trigger is good and adjustable. Affordable. Fun, fun to shoot. The open sights work great, and were zeroed right out of the box.

The barrels droop. I had to shim one of my scopes to compensate and I got a droop compensating mount for the other. I believe this a common trait of break barrel spring guns, so I'm giving five stars anyway. Not a deal breaker.

By laranceOctober 23, 2014

I have a great time shooting this gun at targets and pests.

very accurate, love the painted sights very easy to break down and load.

could never get the scope sighted in, so I took it off.

By MichaelApril 16, 2014

I've had this gun for almost a year and it's power and accuracy hasn't disappointed me yet! This gun kills groundhogs from 50 yards on the first shot! Uses any kind of ammo and it's easy to use for a typical teenage boy to a grown man! Only complaint is that the scope that comes with it is garbage buy a new one with this gun!

Powerful and easy to use

Bad scope

By HowardFebruary 8, 2014

Very accurate. Super Ruger quality and great price. Toss the free scope and put a Simmons 4x32 Mag 22 on it for 20 cent size groups at 25 yds.

Accurate, nice trigger


By AirgunnerNovember 20, 2013

I plan on geting this for my little brother this Christmas. My friend has one and I have the big brother to this one , the air mag .177. We both love our guns and have had to do plenty of upgrades. For example, we both pianted our stocks useing pine needles,Put RWS 4-12x50 illuminated milldot reticle scopes,and took open the open sights sights off because they could be seen in our scopes. Plus they look cool with the muzzle muzzle breaks we put on them. And after putting nearly $600 into them we finaly got them driving tacks at 100yds. We plan on doing the same stuff to his. So to some it up you dont need all those upgrades if you plan on shooting under 50yds. And I definitely love the power accuracy price ratio. All ruger airguns are great but need stuff done to them in order to get good groups outside 50yds.

Good price power accuracy value

Need some money to get accurate groups outside 50yds

By JasonUSAJanuary 15, 2013

This rifle is very powerful and it hits it's mark very hard. It is a great gun if you're on a budget. Just use Gamo PBA pellets, and you've got a masterpiece. I recommend this gun.

The gun feels good in your hands and can take a turkey down! The price can't be beat. Handles any .177 pellet very well while other guns require certain ammo.

You have to tighten the screws up every 150-200 shots or the thing will recoil itself apart.

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Is it possible to add picatinny rails?

asked Tré from USA

What type of pellet should I use? I'm generally looking for a well balanced pellet, I'll normally be shooting targets and snapping turtles

asked Gavyn from USA

you should use the round tip 177. they are more accurate with anything over 1000 fps.

Tré from USA

How to adj, trigger ?

asked jim robinson

it doesn't say how many fps?

asked Roger


Tré from USA

How much if you can delivery to Laos ?

asked vilaisack

Hey i heard this gun is really loud for an .177 air rifle. Is that true? I know that these guns are usually loud for the first few shots until you break it in but then they quiet down. Is this gun still loud after continuous use?

asked Mikey G

Ok there are two answers here. The firing of the pellet and the noise that the gun make mechanically since it is a spring piston gun. Almost all guns will be loud if the pellet is too light for the power of the gun. The light pellet will break the sound barrier and sound like a 22 rifle. The mechanical spring does make a lot of noise as well and it is quite loud in a quiet setting. You will scare birds, rabbits, and squirrels when you shoot if you are close but not nearly as much as a 22 rimfire if you use heavy pellets.

Mike from USA

I have a friend with this gun and we fire it in his back yard all the time. He lives in the city and nothing has ever happened. The noise is marked as a "medium", but I don't really think it's that loud. You can definitely hear the spring go off, but it's not enough to piss off neighbors or get the cops called on you. As far as hunting goes, I have no idea. Neither he nor I have taken it out in the woods yet.

Isaac from USA

Can you shoot bb's with this gun?

asked Mom

The ammo type is pellets. So no it does not shoot BB's.

Scott from USA

We can't cock the gun what is wrong? I just bought it and tried with safety on and safety off. Can't get it to move and don't understand.

asked Seth Sweatman

You have to really knock it with your palm rather hard the first time. After that it shouldn't be as difficult as the first time. The more you do it, the easier it seems to get. By the way, don't feel dumb. I was afraid of breaking it at first so I didn't put much force into it either. Until I learned more about the gun, I didn't even attempt it. Hope this helps (if you haven't already figured it out).


You have to slap the barrel with some force. Don't try to just pull it. It's hard at first but once you get it then it's easier. By slap I mean....the palm of your hand needs to hit the barrel with a pretty good amount of force.


Seth, I'm sorry your are having trouble with the gun. Often times guns are difficult to break/cock for the first time. Here is the easiest way break the barrel properly. Sit down and place the gun across your lap. With the barrel overhanging, hit the barrel near the front sight with the palm of your hand and it should open up. Please let us know if you still can't cock your rifle. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

How is the trigger pull?

asked Mike Miller

It has a two stage military style trigger. The first stage (the pull until you meet resistance) is fully adjustable to the point you can eliminate it entirely by turning the adjustment screw all the way. The second stage is clean and crisp and breaks at about 3.5 pounds of pull. That, to me, is just about perfect for a hunting gun. Bench rest shooters prefer a lighter trigger, but I think it is an excellent copy of the Diana 34 T05 trigger that is ideal for safe field carry when hunting.


About two pounds


do you need licence for this rifle?

asked Angelo Marco Rocero

Hello, Our international customers are responsible for understanding and following the laws and regulations of the area they wish to ship to. We will not be responsible if the shipment is held by customs. If you do not find your country on the shipping list, it is possible we cannot currently ship there. If you have determined that the items you wish to buy are allowed to be shipped to as well as used in your area, you can simply place the order through our website, which will calculate shipping automatically.

Scott from USA
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