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Umarex Synergis Air Rifle

Available in .177, .22, Multi-Shot Underlever with 3-9x40 Scope
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Jumping on board to the line of multi-shot gas piston air guns, Umarex has developed the Synergis. Released to great fanfare at SHOT Show 2019, the Synergis combines the multi-shot piston driven rifle with an underlever, giving it unbelievable accuracy. Using a 12 round magazine and a TNT gas piston power plant, the Synergis is capable of shots up to 1000 fps. Included is a 3-9x40 scope to maximize its effectiveness.

Umarex Synergis Air Rifle Features

  • Underlever
  • TNT Gas Piston
  • Synthetic Stock
  • Patented RapidMag cartridge system utilizing a 12 shot magazine
  • Fully Shrouded Barrel
  • Metal Lockdown Picatinny Mounting Rail 
  • 2 stage trigger, non-adjustable
  • 3-9x40 scope and mounts included
  • 2 magazines included
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Specs
  • ManufacturerUmarex
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionUnderlever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight8.00
  • Overall Length45.50
  • Barrel Length18.50
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • RailWeaver/Picatinny
  • Safety0
  • Front Sights0
  • Rear Sights0
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty3-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
2.5
2.511 Reviews
5
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9% (1)
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2.0
By RichardJune 29, 2021

Purchased this on June 21, 2021 and already had to call Umarex USA with complaints (June 28, 2021). My issue that I'm currently experiencing is when pellets are loaded into the breech (through the magazine) they are getting stuck and unable to shoot through barrel. This issue started immediately (after unboxing) with one of the magazines, and after around 200 shots, this issue is starting with the second magazine. I called Umarex USA, talked to Colton and hopefully we'll get this issue figured out and fixed. Do I feel as though I got a good deal on this purchase at just over $180? Nope! I am pretty disappointed at this point and wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Maybe I'll be able to update and re-score this review in the near future as it appears that Umarex is attentive to my complaint, but time will only tell.

Pros
Composite stock, fixed barrel, quality made (receiver, stock, lever, barrel & shroud and rail) and power.

Cons
Scope is junk! Magazines are junk! Trigger is not adjustable and pretty hard on the pull!

5.0
By TaylorApril 5, 2021

Pros
hits solid and also varry tuff

Cons
better scope

1.0
By EduardoUSAFebruary 2, 2021 Verified Purchase

Get something else worst pellet gun ever owned don’t trust all Youtubers

Pros
None

Cons
First shot was a squib backed it out second and third OK low on power though after that every other shot would get stuck in barrel

1.0
By donUSAJanuary 26, 2021 Verified Purchase

Do not waste your money on this , I have been a shooter for a long time , this is the most disappointing purchase ever made. airgun depot, umarex, would not even answer my inquiries on this, sits in the box a reminder to buy from your local dealer.

Pros
none ,got 3 shots out of it, magazine failed, 2nd mag made one complete cycle failed on re-load

Cons
evidently major design flaw in loading system

3.0
By WendellUSAJanuary 16, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
The mag loader, easy to cock

Cons
Right now I have 2 pellet jammed in the gun and I can't get them out...Looks like I'm out $150.00 Its real easy to load more than one pellet. When it was working it was a pretty good gun

1.0
By Walter DavidUSAJune 30, 2020

It only lasted for 4 magazines before it self destructed. It seared pellets, required scope(s) to shimmed to get on paper, then it wouldn't hold zero and finally locked up and couldn't be cocked when loading the 5th magazine. Returned to Umerex, FYI... UPS charged $50.00 to ship it... Don't buy this gun... A reviewer on YouTube tried three guns before getting a good working gun... I wish that I saw that video before I bought one.

Pros
The price for a under lever that should be more accurate than a break barrel was main reason I bought one

Cons
Adjustable trigger and better quality

1.0
By DerrickUSAJune 25, 2020 Verified Purchase

I was really excited to get a magazine-fed underlever but then I was greatly disappointed hopefully they figure it out.

Pros
Cocking effort wasn't hard felt good in the hands

Cons
Mine was defective I had to send it back it would not load pellets every time you cocked the gun and it went to load another pellet it would either chop the pellet into pieces and jamming in the barrel or cut the magazine up and jam it in the Barrel. I tried both magazines that came with it and they both did. I'm not sure what was wrong times that it did fire it was nice but there was times where it didn't fire at pellet and dry fired because it didn't load a pellet or only loading a piece of it .

4.0
By BearJune 5, 2020

buy it!

Pros
The 12 shot magazine makes for quicker follow up shots. very accurate.

Cons
big no cocking indicator

5.0
By Mike USAFebruary 20, 2020

Pros
I have this gun and I LOVE it !! I always wanted and underleaver and this one fit the bill !! GREAT GUN !!

Cons
NOT a thing!

1.0
By RonUSANovember 25, 2019 Verified Purchase

I bought a fixed barrel rifle in hopes of better accuracy and this gun is very accurate. I fired 20 rounds (10.5 grain 177 pellets) to get the scope sighted in and was hitting a group of about the size of a quarter. Then after about 35 rounds the scope would not hold center and shots going all over the target. Most scopes that are part of a "package deal" aren't very good so that was no surprise. But then the magazine began causing problems - There is nothing to hold the magazine in place. If you cock the gun with the magazine toward the ground, typical position for a right handed shooter, the mag will actually fall out of the gun. Other times the pellets have sheared off and jammed the rifle barrel as well as shearing off a portion of the magazine causing it to bind and miss feed pellets, causing even more jamming problems. If you trash the scope that comes with it and buy a good one, and you forget the magazines and just load it as a single shot with a pair of tweezers or needle nose pliers, it is an accurate rifle...but it's not worth it to me. I'd return this one for a refund if I could.

Cons
Heavy Hard to cock Magazines fall out Miss feeds pellets Shears off pellets and jams barrel Scope won't hold center No sights

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asked Danne from USA

what size cleaning rod do i buy. how long is the barrel ?

asked JOE NUBILE

You need a .177 Cal. or .22 Cal. cleaning rod 19.50 inches long. What caliber airgun do you have? The barrel is 18.50 inches long for both.

Force Recon-USMC from USA

how loud is it?

asked William Ross

3 medium!

Force Recon-USMC from USA

Has anyone out there bought a -synergis . If so , please give a review of the pros and cons . Thanks kindly , Ross

asked Ross from Canada

Is the scope any good or do you have too replace it ?

asked Ross from Canada

Does anyone have info on cocking effort yet?

asked Matthew from USA

Arm effort is about 30 to 35 Lbs. for each shot.

Force Recon-USMC from USA

What type/brand of scope comes with it? Is there an option to purchase it without the scope?

asked Mike

Comes as bundled .

Stanley from USA

Does this rifle come in 22 calaber

asked James Browner

Yes, in .177 and/or .22 Cal.

Force Recon-USMC from USA

how hard is it co cock about how much effort in lbs does it tak?

asked Gary

About 30 to 35 Lbs. of arm pressure. Remember, use short flat nose pellets!

Force Recon-USMC from USA

How many times do you have to pump it for each shot?

asked Harold from USA

One time of 30 to 35 Lbs. of arm pressure for each shot. Remember, use short flat nose pellets!

Force Recon-USMC from USA
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