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Stoeger ATAC Suppressor

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If you're interested in the tactical look, then feast your eyes on the Stoeger ATAC Suppressor air rifle! With a gas ram that will let you keep your gun cocked without worrying about breaking the mainspring, this gun could become your next all-day hunting rifle. It comes with a factory-mounted 4-16x40 scope with an adjustable objective and mil-dot reticle. You can add other optics on the Weaver/Picatinny rails on either side of the forearm. Adding a laser or flashlight will help you acquire your targets in dim light, such as dawn and dusk.

Stoeger ATAC Suppressor Air Rifle Features
  • Gas ram (GRT=Gas Ram Technology)
  • Breakbarrel
  • AFC (airflow control) technology is a dual-stage noise-reduction system by Humbert CTTS- renowned silencer designer
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Automatic safety
  • Buttstock spacers to change length of pull
  • Integral Weaver/Picatinny rails on forearm
  • Weaver/Picatinny scope rail
  • 9 lbs.- including scope and mount
  • 40 lbs. cocking effort
  • Includes factory-mounted (sighted-in at 25 yds) 4-16x40 AO scope (mil-dot reticle)- mount- hex wrench- lens cleaning cloth and elasticized lens covers

Here are the benefits of a gas ram over a metal mainspring
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue- even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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  • ManufacturerStoeger Arms
  • Caliber.22
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight9.00
  • Overall Length43.00
  • Barrel Length13.00
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • RailWeaver/Picatinny
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty2-year limited warranty
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By TimCanadaOctober 24, 2016

Very quite , Nice scope power but will not focus 100% at any distance but you can live with it , Heavy (I like that) , Still haven't found the WRIGHT pellet , Got bipod for it and it takes up a lot of room in gun lock , Takes a little muscle to break barrel with bipods on rifle , With a 10.5gr pellet you will know you hit your target HITS HARD and HEAVY

Fits very nicely to shoot , Weight , Over all looks , Quite

Can't get any grouping at all I hope due to not finding the wright pellet ?? Scope ??? upgrade or not the power is there just not the clarity

By MattUSAOctober 15, 2016

Had the gun for a few weeks and shot it a lot. The scope was bad I had to replace it 3 times, they were fast with replacements. I finally just ordered a good scope to put on it. Otherwise a great shooting gun.

Great stock and shoots good

Scope is bad

By Jeff M.January 26, 2016

First, I went with Stoeger since my buddy has the X10. He paid $89. Ya, it's the spring one, composite stock and cheap 9x32 scope on it. I kid you not, with the cheap .177 pellets he bought at Walmart, that thing sounded weird "boing" but shot a very consistent 1/2" grouping at 75'. So...thinking is get the gas ATAC, not only would it look bad azz but shoot at least as well. NOT SO MUCH! LSS, I've changed that piece of crap scope out cause it wouldn't even be consistent at 30'. I've shot probably 2000 rounds of at least 8 different brands. The best I've gotten is a 1" grouping at 75'. I even bought the bi-pod. And if you're thinking it's gotta be me, I've had 2 other friends shoot the ATAC, then the X10. SAME RESULTS!! I offered my buddy $200 for his but Nope Bottom line, I wouldn't recommend this air rifle. I'm lost as to what to get in the $300 range for a consistent 1/2" grouping at that range.

Looks cool. Nice trigger. More quiet than what in used to.

Very inconsistent grouping, no matter what .177 pellet I used. The stock scope was junk and I had to upgrade to get the groupings better. The lever action is very stiff. My 11 year old could barely load it and was worn out after a handful of times

By ChrisUSADecember 20, 2015

I bought this gun because I wanted a more powerful, quiet .177 break barrel for target practice and maybe small game. I have a couple other Break barrels and PCP guns, so I am an experienced pellet gun shooter. The experience really helped with this gun. If you have never used a break barrel, you may want to start with a less powerful .177. Things I like: The integrated silencer is awesome. You can hardly hear this guns report. The gun seems to be made with good quality. The stock is well made and not too light for a plastic one. The stock butt design is nice. I like the shape. You can use the hook shape at the end to hang the gun up if you want. I can get good groupings at 25 yards with JSB Diablo pellets. From my experience, you must use a strict artillery hold on this gun. This means a gentle grasp on the forestock and a fairly tight tuck against the shoulder. I practice shooting all my guns from a standing or "off hand" position. If you don't learn your hold in this position, you will miss in the field. Shooting from a rest with this gun is best with a bean bag rest on the front and the same tight shouldering as with the off hand shot. Things that were OK: The scope is not great. The clarity is bad and the end of mine at the eye relief had to be tightened to the point that the dot is not in line with the magnification. The gun is not bore sighted as said, but what do you expect. All the screws on the gun should be removed one at a time and lock tighted and put back into position. If you don't do this, don't expect a good experience. The initial cocking pull takes a slap to get started. You also have to snap the barrel fairly hard (and loud) to put it back into position after loading. I also don't like the fact that you have to use the weaver rails to mount a sling. I took mine off, they are in the way when holding the rifle. I will install an after market sling. I have not tried a bipod. I generally don't use them. Again, if you can't shoot off hand with a gun, you will be staying at the range with a rest anyway. Overall, I really like this gun. It is powerful for a .177 and I can get nice groupings with practice. I like break barrels for the challenge of learning each one. PCP rifles are great for repeated, easy accuracy. If you want to hunt seriously and don't want to take the time to learn the break barrel holds, get a PCP. It will pay off in your time. I would recommend this gun to someone who enjoys break barrels already and wants a new challenge.

By JohnUSAOctober 14, 2015

Just to give you a background I own over 75 airguns. Specifically I have 12 different break-barrel rifles in .177, .22 and .25 caliber. I am an above average shooter and have came somewhat of an expert in the airgun field. This is not a beginners rifle as it takes some work to get it functioning properly. I see reviews on numerous sites and can see the majority of the ATAC owners have no idea how to tune in this gun. I am shooting ½� groups and less at 25 yards. I purchased the .22 cal and this is the process of how I dialed it in. 1) Shoot about 200 plus pellets through this gun to smooth it out. Don’t be overly concerned about your grouping, type of pellets, or the patterns at this time…just shoot. My initial groups were all over the place. 2) Now you need to try various styles of pellets and weights. People complained about pellet tumbling. This is true with only certain pellets. I tried 8 different types and the best pellets by far, for this gun, is the JSB Match Diabolo Exact Jumbo Heavy .22 Cal, 18.13 Grains, Domed. These were the most accurate by far and averaged about 730 fps, 21.46 FPE. These hits hard and extremely accurate. Again ½� groups or less at 25 yards. 3) Remove the stock (3 screws) and then you need to remove the stock-lug at the rear of the mechanism, 10 mm wrench. Use “RED� Locktite and re-install the lug. If not this can come lose over time and directly affect your accuracy. When you re-install the stock use the “Blue� Locktite on all the screws. 4) Clean your rifle and be very careful not to strike the muzzle baffles at the end of the rifle. Just take your time and go slowly. 5) I replaced the stock trigger with a CDT GTR-III. I also did some custom modification on the safety to smooth it out. My trigger pull is right at 2 lbs. 6) I replaced the scope with a Leapers/UTG 3-9x50 and used heavy duty UTG 6 bolt scope rings.

The synthetic stock is solid and feels great in your hand. The weight is balanced and the recoil is smooth and not overwhelming. The cocking effort is very easy in my opinion (35 lbs), However, I have a Hatsan 125 Vortex that has a 47 lbs effort and I find that manageable. The gun is also very quiet. The pellets impact makes a louder sound than to gun itself. You can’t go wrong with this gun!

I don’t like the stock scope. It is satisfactory but does not do this gun justice!

By JonUSAAugust 3, 2015

Shot straight right out of the box. Easy smooth cocking and its nice and quiet.

Quietly shoots squirrels accurately of bird feeders

By Jeff T.July 5, 2015

I bought this model since my buddy has the Stoeger X10, thinking more money, better gun. Yes, this gun is quite! Yes, it looks cool. I did find the cocking action to be a lil tougher than expected. And the trigger was smooth. But after using nearly 15 different types of pellets and more than 1500 rounds later, this ATAC will get 2 within a 2" circle and the third usually 3" away, all at 70'. My 2 star review is also based and compared to my use of the Stoeger X10, which was $119 at the time, uses cheap Daisy pellets found at Walmart and accuracy was within a Quarter, every time. I'm disappointed in this gun.

Quite, smooth trigger

Fairly heavy, could not zero in at 70' matter which pellet I used

By MikeUSAJune 21, 2015

Yes, there are better air guns on the market. If you want to spend a tremendous amount of money you can own one! This gun, your getting way more for your money at a reasonable price. Would add to Ric B's comment about pellets, so true pellets can make or break your accuracy. Would highly recommend trying the Predator Polymag, Premium hunting pellets or Predator Metalmag, Premium hunting pellets, you'll find the accuracy extremely better and totally dead on! Need to put a serious amount of rounds through this gun before it levels off and becomes a tack driver! Highly recommend this gun to anyone who is serious about accuracy. Have just recently written Stoeger personally about an optional longer barrel. Same style, longer barrel. Waiting to hear back from Stoeger as we speak! May update later once I hear back from them. Regarding the trigger, I would like to know more about replacing the trigger, such as where to find the $35.00 trigger in order to obtain one for myself!

Accuracy, low noise level, quality, looks and balance.


By The B.June 14, 2015

Best bang for your buck. Little heavy and not a kids toy.. Hits hard at range and silent...

Definitely recommend this rifle.. It's a 22 after all.. Get the bi pod.. And enjoy..

Scope is less than par.. After market scope and rings.. And laser makes this a way better rifle.. Dead on.. Naked

By RichardUSAFebruary 9, 2015

I have the Stoeger ATAC in both .177 & .22 Cal, and love them both. I will try and answer some of the questions I see being asked over and over again in this short review. It has a kick, not bad but a kick. It is a border line Magnum Gas Ram gun so it should have some kick! For Me, the ergonomics and Tac style of the stock and added rails for mounting options is something I dig and utilize. I did my research and read tons of reviews before buying one, and then both due to some feedback regarding tumbling pellets. I will tell you this gun can be pellet sensitive, but then again most guns are! If anyone is semi-serious about airgunning they will buy a sample of pellets and try quite a few different ones to find the ones that work best. ALL my brands of guns have their favorites, I cant believe the fedback or reviews from goofballs that go buy a can of pellets at Walmart, can't hit a decent grouping or even the target for that matter and then post a bunch of negative comments blaming Stoeger and the ATAC! Maybe they should find a new hobby or just buy the cheapest boxed gun from where they bought their pellets! LOL This gun is a Magnum Gas Ram and takes some time, practice and patience to get the best performance out of it. My .177 pushes 1200FPS with light SS Pellets, and with lead runs between 989 and 1090, puts holes thru 1/2" plywood no problem. My .22 hits 1000FPS with light SS Pellets but I run lead and hit between 775 and 900 FPS depending on the pellet., abd it to blows nice holes in 1/2" plywood and more for that matter. So as far as FPS it does quite well and packs a punch. It has a heaving cocking weight of about 43 to 45lbs so if you are a whiner about working your arms out to shoot a high quality, high FPS gun DONT BUY IT! LOL I like the fact it is in the mid forties, as it translates to the power I want out of my Magnum Gas Ram gun. It is NOT light, but with the weight of the gun comes the heavy, quality feel I am not seeing in some other brands these days IE NP2 Trail Gun. Weight is not an issue for me as I have my ATACs set up with Bi-pods and utilize their range as sniper set ups. I have other set ups for short range close quarters hunting and plinking. THE CHEEK REST IS NOT ADJUSTABLE! LOL But the butt pad does shorten for length of pull. I hope I have answered some of the repeated beginner questions I see being asked over and over again. Like I mentioned I do my research before dropping 250.00 shoot even 100.00 on a new gun so should you! Thats what the internet is for, there are hundreds of reviews, videos etc....if someone is gonna be lazy and not take the time to learn about airguns and especially guns they should find a different hobby. Try Knitting! Oh and the trigger, it is a typical Airgun Trigger, again if you havent an idea of what I mean then find a new hobby! Good luck and enjoy!

Power, Style, Options, Quality Heavy Feel, Pretty Quiet. Love these guns!

Screws do tend to loosen, Trigger Main Stock Screw and Fore Stock Mounting Screws. They loosen often, you will notice as the gun goes from putting the pellet in the same hole on the target at 60ft/30yards to hitting all over the place. Triiger is typical, if you are willing to drop 35.00 replace it with an after market to get the full sniper feel out of this gun, otherwise it is usable.

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Again ------Is the Cheek rest adjustable ?????---------Not the But Pad !!!!!---------The Cheek Rest ----Does It adjust Up and Down ????-----Anyone Know What I am Talking about ????

asked Mike

No ,purely cosmetic..




what is included with the gun except scope and some pellets

asked leonardos from USA

Is the Cheek Rest adjustable !!!

asked Mike

Yes. Middle section can be removed to shorten.

Carlton from USA

does this gun come with a scope?

asked Taylor

Yes, it comes with a scope

Scott from USA

Do u send out to uk?

asked Oliver

Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer your question a lot better then we can. thanks Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Hoe does this gun compare to the .22 umarex octane as far as loudness, power ,quality and accuracy?

asked Sho Fujikawa

Both are good quality rifles. I have the Octane in .177 & .22 . . . .and The ATAC in .177 & .22. The ATAC may be a little bit more quiet but not enough to be an issue. Octane is faster & harder hitting, a bit more accurate with consistence, slightly heavier. All things considered without getting technical, the Octane is my number one pick. ATAC is a very close 2nd. Very pleased in general with both rifles.

Carlton from USA

which pellets work the best with this gun

asked Aaron

Frankly, that is going to depend on many variables including human abilities. But, from my experience, Predator Polymags and Metalmags both deliver high performance levels at various distances out to about 50yds. Hard question to answer however. What works for one may not for another. No such thing as one size fits all. Experiment

Carlton from USA

Could I recieve more info on triger pull , and cocking effort, thanks

asked Gregory from USA

You can look at the Benjamin guns like the Trail Hardwood, Trail AW, Regal, Titan, and Venom which all have the exact same same trigger as this, and identical or virtually identical cocking effort. Since there are far more of those guns out there, there are 100x as much info and reviews. The trigger will be about 5lbs, probably rough, very long, and an unpredictable break. Stoegers are often hard to get the barrel to pop open, you have to smack it open but that gets better with grease and use. Once cracked open the cocking effort will start at about 9lbs, then peak at about 35lbs, which is more than Benjamin guns because the barrel, which is your cocking lever, is 1.5" shorter.


My Stoeger has a bit of pull but nothing you can't get used too in a few shots. Biggest thing is remembering to take it off safe. Cocking has some heft to it but nothing someone of age to be shooting can't handle. Besides the way it blasts the pellet out there makes it worth the effort.


Trigger pull is smooth and just right. No lag that I felt. The cocking effort is low in my opinion. I have to hit the barrel to break it from the locked position but them you have to do that with most, one out of the locked position the cocking effort is not bad. I was skeptical of the cocking effort at first but after receiving it, was thoroughly impressed with the low amount of effort needed. The lock position is the only real exertion of force and that is a good hit on the barrel to break free like most air rifles. Hope this helps.

Joshua from USA

The FPS say's 1000, is this really 800 with lead pellets,

asked sal Notar

It varies with the weight of the lead pellet, but using a standard one which is 14.3gr, expect closer to 700fps. With a heavier one like a Barracuda expect more like 550. It will not push an alloy pellet to 1000 either. When the guns are new they have grease inside which can diesel for a while causing a power boost and it may hit those numbers, but working normally no, it will not.


Most airgum manufacturers give extreme high fps but thats mostly for the light allow pellets. The light allow pellets are usually a bit unstable and inaccurate but experiment with different heavier pellets you will find it tames the fps down but gives you much better accuracy, which is what you are ultimately looking for. The gun has the the power slow it down with a heavy pellet and you'll have a head knocker.

michael from USA

I don't know but my Stoeger puts the pellets out there fast and hard.

Cyrus Lee

I haven't recieved my gun yet but I have done some reviews on YouTube and a lot of people have said yes to your question, now from what I understand is that people are having trouble with tumblers, this is because the pellets being fired aren't heavy enough to stabilize, therefore having to move up with heavier weight pellets to rid the tumble can have quite some diffrence in FPS, they say say 1000, but a lot of buyers are saying no.... I guessing will have to wait and try mine out when it comes in, I know my RWS 350magnum, it likes heavier pellets , on the chronograph my RWS changes fps with heavier pellets, they also say it 1000fps.

Gregory from USA

how is the recoil , is gun worth trying, 9 lb heavy /?

asked shawn

Solid weight & feel. Recoil present but not overwhelming. Qualities of this rifle warrant giving a try. From my experience, I am very pleased.

Carlton from USA

The recoil is similar to a ..22lr rifle, low to none. The gun is well worth it, I love it. And while it is a little on the heavy side the gas system is worth it. Very accurate gun once I zeroed it in.

Joshua from USA
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