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Umarex 850M2

Available in .177, .22
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  • Code: AGD-513810283 · $299.99 · .177 · 750 fps
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Given how popular the Hammerli 850 AirMagnum was for years and years, Umarex was under a lot of pressure when designing its successor. The new 850M2 has everything you love about the 850, plus some upgrades! Both .177 and .22 calibers have 8 shot magazines that cycle smoothly with the operation of the side bolt. Get ready for an impressive 200 shots per one 88 gram CO2 cartridge! The 850M2 features a 1/2" UNF threaded muzzle so you can add your favorite moderator or compensator.

Umarex 850M2 Features:
  • Powered by (1) 88g CO2
  • Up to 200 shots per cartridge
  • Rugged synthetic stock
  • Three picatinny accessory rails located on stock fore-end
  • Hooded fiber optic front sight
  • Adjustable fiber optic rear sight
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • 11mm dovetail for mounting optics
  • 8-Round magazine
  • Side Bolt Operation
  • 1/2"x20 threaded barrel for moderator
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Specs
  • ManufacturerUmarex
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity750 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight5.73
  • Overall Length40.94
  • Barrel Length23.62
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity8
  • MechanismCO2
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsFiber Optic
  • Shots per Fill200
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UsePlinking & target practice
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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5.0
By ToddUSAJune 16, 2020

I put a bipod on it. Gotta love those picatinny rails. Love shooting this gun. Thinking seriously about picking up a Umarex Forge when they come out.

Pros
OK, since I can't edit my first review, I have to do a second. I have had this rifle for a few months now and continue to be impressed with it. I don't even like shooting it at 25 yards any more because it is just too easy. At 50 yards, two mil dots down it is dead on. At 100 yards I go 6 or 7 mil dots down. Am using the JSB Exact Jumbo 14.3 grain domes. I tried the Crosman Premier 14.3 grain hollow point domes and those (I am talking 50 yards here) tended to go high and to the right and I do mean consistently. They worked great at 25 yards, but I don't shoot that any more--unless the range I go to is full and I can't get on the 50 or 100 yard lanes. So, it's the JSB's on 50 and 100, and probably about any other pellet will work on lesser shots. Pic is of my target today--started on my 165th shot on a Umarex 88 gram CO2 cartridge in 80 degree weather. The high ones were a result of me actually aiming high on purpose. Everywhere but the bullseye! Target is 6 inches tall.

Cons
Like I mentioned previously, the plastic magazines scare me but are holding up so far. Spare magazines are brutally expensive, and for some reason shipping is expensive, too! One company charges 8 bucks to ship a single magazine. Its a freaking racket. Still waiting on the aluminum magazine to come out.

5.0
By ToddUSAMay 22, 2020

For 300 bucks it was well worth the money. Shoot it like you stole it!

Pros
Liked everything basically. I now have over 200 rounds put through it and haven't had a problem. Added a UTG4x32 scope and am hitting nickel sized groups at 25 yards consistently--using Crosman Premier domed hollow points--which was the only non-pointy .22 pellets Walmart had at the time. Ordered up some JSB Exact 14.3 gr domers as proscribed in some YouTube video. The gun came with a tin of Excite flatheads and they basically shot the same as the Crosmans. Gun also came with two 88 gram Sig Sauer CO2 tubes and I am still on the first on! We'll see how far past 200 it goes. Trigger is adjustable and good. Comes with a plastic, friction fit cheek riser which yeah, plastic, but seems to work okay. Bolt cycles smoothly. All in all I feel good about the purchase and am having loads of fun with the rifle.

Cons
2 plastic magazines came with the gun, and yeah, plastic? Not sure how long those will last but until they fail I won't complain too much. Replacement mags seem to be out of stock everywhere and are EXPENSIVE.

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What supressor do I need for this gun?

asked Jerald from USA

1/2" UNF threaded muzzle

Mark from USA

Does this use the same magazines as the Hammerli 850?

asked Johm from USA

No. The magazines have been redesigned for the M2.

Mark from USA

Hi, I already own the Hammerli 850, which I purchased from you. Would you kindly explain which are the upgrades offered by the new, 850M2? Thanks!

asked Jose from USA

The gun is not different internally. The stock and muzzle have been altered.

Mark from USA
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