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Stoeger S4000-E

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  • Code: AGD-489112436 · $99.99 · .177 · 495 fps
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The Stoeger S4000-E Suppressed is a break-action pellet rifle that allows you to shoot .177 caliber alloy pellets up to 1,200 FPS. You’ll love the features it has, which are usually found on more expensive rifles. One such feature is the Multi-Grip System, allowing you to customize the rifle however you like. You can swap out the standard grip inserts for blue or orange to change the look and feel. 

Something else you’ll notice is the patented Stoeger S3 Suppressor. It has an internal decompression chamber and baffles making a quiet air rifle even quieter. Sitting on top of the suppressor is a fiber optic front and adjustable rear sight to help you land those shots on your chosen target. Helping you grip the rifle, even in wet weather, is Stoeger’s ProAdaptive Checkering. Even the top of the suppressor is checkered to help you break the action open and load the next round. 

To help you absorb the already limited recoil is a non-slip butt pad that stays in your shoulder once there. Rounding it all out is an adjustable two-stage trigger, to help you land accurate shots. This rifle is available with or without a scope and in high-power or low-power configurations.

Whether you’re looking to rid your property of pesky, garden-devouring critters, put some fresh wild game on the table, or practice your accuracy with targets or tin cans, this value-priced rifle will serve you well. Buy your Stoeger S4000-E Suppressed from Airgun Depot, today.

Stoeger S4000-E Sport Combo (495 FPS) Features:
  • Automatic Ambidextrous Safety
  • ProAdaptive Checkering
  • Interchangeable Blue and Orange Embossed Grips
  • Front Sight: Interchangeable Red and Orange Fiber-Optic Inserts
  • Rear Sight: Fiber Optic, Fully Adjustable for Elevation and Windage
  • High-power velocity with Lead Pellets: .177 cal - 1,000 FPS 
  • High-power velocity with Alloy Pellets: .177 cal - 1,200 FPS
  •  Low-power velocity: 495 FPS
  • Available with or without 4X32 scope
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  • ManufacturerStoeger Arms
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 495 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 7.65
  • Overall Length 44.25
  • Barrel Length 18.50
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Mechanism Spring-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Automatic
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Fiber Optic
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 2-year limited warranty
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By TrevorUSAJune 22, 2021

I couldn't get good groupings so I checked all screws ect. made sure everything was tight and 15 shots later I'm down to a dime size group at 15 yards. I'm far from the most steady shooter but this rifle can shoot.

My first .22 caliber air rifle. The price and overall look made me take the chance on this air rifle and I'm not disappointed.

Just the loose screws but that was easily fixed.

By Mike D.August 31, 2020

I have had this airgun for about a month now and is everything they advertised. Once I found the right pellet, it is very accurate! Just ask the former bushy tailed residents of my property. Gun is also pretty cool looking to boot. Completely satisfied!


For the price, I can't think of anything.

By MattUSAApril 19, 2020

The moderator is not any better than my Hatsans with the QE system.

Looks good and the scope is not that bad.

Trigger and Hold-Sensitive are a deal-breaker. They both contribute to the biggest takeaway to enjoy this rifle.

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In .177 what is its true speed, 495 fps or 1000 fps, I don't understand the specifications?

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What is the best brand ammo for the 177 caliber please help me out

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Witch caliber is better n easier to get

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Which caliber is better

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What seems to be the best ammo for the .177 ?

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