The 25 Best pellet gun For 2020

We tested these brands Gamo pellet gun,Glock pellet gun,Bear River pellet gun,Beeman pellet gun,SIG pellet gun,Umarex pellet gun,Crosman pellet gun,Daisy pellet gun,Ruger pellet gun,Walther pellet gun,Benjamin pellet gun,Black Ops Including 25 products compared

pellet gun
  1. .177 Cal pellet single cocking break barrel
  2. The Varmint features a long lasting spring piston able to deliver 1250 fps of muzzle velocity with Gamo PBA Platinum pellets .177 Cal
  3. Fluted polymer jacketed rifled steel barrel
  4. 4 x 32 Shockproof Scope. Gamo trigger with adjustable second stage. It has a synthetic ambidextrous all-weather stock with a rubber recoil pad. Lightweight design
  5. 1 YEAR WARRANTY. Made In Spain
  6. Update: 3-27-2018
    I disassembled the rifle and discovered the problem. The piston spring has broken about 3 inches from the rear end. It then rotated and screwed itself forward into the coils of the larger part of the spring and climbed over the coils blocking the sear from engaging the piston. It is a shame that I can't get parts from Gamo, because this is by far the easiest air rifle I have ever worked on. I could replace the spring in less than 5 minutes if I could get one. I own 3 Gamo's.
    Update: 3-17-2018
    Mine no longer works. The sear doesn't not engage the piston, it can't be cocked. Gamo has not responded in any way for assistance in getting it fixed. I own and maintain over 30 air rifles and am quite capable of fixing this if I can get the parts. It seems I can't. I have had great service from several other air rifle manufactures and distributers. It makes more sense to send a qualified owner a $5 part than to expect them to pay $50 to ship the entire rifle back and forth. I can fix the rifle faster than I can package it and mail it but only if I can get the parts.
    Update: 7-12-2017
    This rifle just keeps getting better with use. I have now shot close to 1,000 pellets thru it. Several styles of pellets that it shot just O.K. when new, it now shoots them very, very good. I have a large quantity of daisy wad cutters that I bought for less than 1/2 cents each on clearance at local farm supply stores. [[ASIN:B0002XP1NG 177 Cal. Flathead Pellets 500 ct]] None of my other 177 cal. guns, rifles or pistols shoot them worth a darn. In my Hatsan 125 and Edge magnum springers [[ASIN:B007ZCKO3O Hatsan 125TH Air Rifle Combo, Camo Stock air rifle]] [[ASIN:B00ZQ2U62Y Hatsan Edge Air Rifle, Vortex Piston, Black air rifle]] these pellets are only useful for the considerable exercise I get cocking the rifle. Now that the Gamo Varmint is broken in, it now shoots the Daisy pellets almost as well as the high quality H&N match rifle pellets. This makes for very economical plinking. Unlike the Magnum springers This rifle is so easy to cock that you get little exercise doing it
    Update: 7-2-2017
    I set up the crono to see why another New rifle of mine was behaving badly, (velocity about half of what it should be) and as long as I had it set up I ran a few rifles thru it to see what they would do. My Gamo Varmint is pushing 8.18 grain H&N wad cutter lead pellets at a consistent 910 feet per second. EXCELENT results.
    Update: 6-27-2017
    I have found a pellet that this rifle has fallen in love with. H&N Match Rifle wad cutter pellets, 8.18 grain. [[ASIN:B003XTPEO2 H&N Match Rifle, .177 Cal, 4.49mm, 8.18 Grains, Wadcutter, 500ct]] This pellet makes this rifle think it is a PCP. It just puts them exactly where you point the gun. This target was shot at 10 meters from a bag rest by a 68 year old guy who doesn't see all that well. Shots #1 and #2 Were scope adjustment shots dialing in the point of impact for the new pellets. This is great performance from such a moderately priced gun with a non AO scope. This rifle shoots many pellets moderately well. It has a very nice trigger, making it easy to shoot accurately. The safety that does not reset itself is a feature I really like especially when target shooting. I like this almost as much as my gas piston Benjamin Prowler. This is probably the easiest to shoot spring powered rifle that I own. The recoil and torque are very moderate.

    I have a lot of air rifles. This one is in the top half of its class. It is usably accurate and the supplied scope is very nice. The parallax is set to air rifle range, making 10 meter target shooting relatively easy. The gun has very moderate cocking effort and a decent trigger. The rifle is lightweight making it easy to carry for hunting or plinking. The recoil is moderate and the spring torque is minimal, aiding its accuracy. Shooting off a bag rest, punching holes in paper It does not posses the pin point accuracy of some of my rifles but for off hand plinking and hunting it is just fine. I am the limiting factor when doing those activities. I have not yet found a rifle that can compensate for my lack of stability. I have discovered that taping a 3 cell Maglite to the end of the barrel when hunting coons, helps a lot! The considerable weight calms things down a bit.
    So far it is just a nice rifle, I have only put 2 or 3 hundred pellets thru it. It may get a little better with more use. If it does I will update my review.

    Very, very accurate easy to shoot nice lighweight rifle. Very easy cocking effort! Very, very accurate easy to shoot nice lighweight rifle. Very easy cocking effort! Very, very accurate easy to shoot nice lighweight rifle. Very easy cocking effort! Very, very accurate easy to shoot nice lighweight rifle. Very easy cocking effort! Very, very accurate easy to shoot nice lighweight rifle. Very easy cocking effort!

    Must buy

    5 stars

    I want to start off by saying that this is an INCREDIBLE rifle for the price. I have had 2 other breakbarrels (both crosman) and have had an interesting experience with them. The triggers we're absolute trash, and accuracy was mediocre. 2 years go by and my airgun passion is once again ignited. I did some researching and ended up buying this rifle. Compared to the nitro pistons on the crosmans, this definitely has a bit of buzz, and ruff cocking, but things smoothed out after around 200 shots or so. Using the ARTILLERY HOLD, the accuracy was just incredible. 30 yards free standing, 1 inch group. Absolutely incredible. The stock is so comfortable, and looks incredible. It is very light and easy to hold stable. Using crosman hollow points, it is a tight fit, which is good for accuracy, but you will need a small tool to drive the pellet in the barrel so it fits flush, or else your fingers will start to hurt. I am ordering a once piece mount for the scope just to have absolutely no movement, but the normal rings will do if you use the stop pin. All in all, I would HIGHLY recommend this rifle to anyone looking to end a small animals life, or to just plink around. It is probably the best value airgun on the market as of right now. Just make sure to learn the ARTILLERY HOLD.

    -Matt

    Must buy

    This thing rocks! Accurate and lightweight. Packs a punch at the other end for sure! Scope ain't that bad but not awesome. You could definitely replace it and get a better one for longer range. I can shoot at 30 - 40 yards with the stock scope a nice grouping . Beyond that, kinda sketchy . Anyway. Didn't give me any problems after 300-350 pellets so 5 starts from me.

    Don't hessitate , buy it. Best bang for the buck

    Iguana Sniper

    5 stars

    This thing combined with DESTROYER pellets has been an absolute godsend for me.... I’ve had a huge green iguana infestation on my property and got tired of cleaning up after them and dealing with them on my roof / back patio..... The accuracy of this thing is amazing when the scope is zero’d in. I post up in the back seat of my truck and just pick these things off one by one. The 1200fps combined with the destroyer pellets ensure that one shot rips clean through the skull of these things, leaving bleedout the only cleanup necessary

    Iguana Sniper

    First impressions: the box is big and very long. The gun is heavy; it is larger than I expected. It could EASILY pass as a .308 at first glance. The scope seems like it’s well made despite being the stock OEM scope. At this point I have not fired it. I cocked it and dry fired one time just to see how hard the break barrel was to cock (not hard at all, honestly) and it was LOUD. I was in my basement, so it’s not exactly like I have great acoustics, but I was shocked how loud. Almost .22LR loud. Dry fired a second time, outside this time, and it still seemed really loud and sharp.

    Range test #1- 11/25/2018
    Took it out for the first 40-50 pellets to try and start the sighting in process. I’m only using the stock scope, and with no iron sights whatsoever the initial shots took a while to find paper. I bought some Gamo Tomahawk 7.8 Grain pellets to break it in, and after about 25 shots I was able to get a grouping of 10 shots in a 2” by 1” pattern at around 20 yards. The stock scope isn’t anything to write home about, but in my opinion took an awfully over exaggerated beating in the one-star reviews. It’s not gonna blow you away but it is far from the piece of garbage a lot of the reviews are hitting it up as. I was also happy to report that the gun seemed MUCH more quiet once it started throwing lead, which was nice. Break action seemed smooth, and like I said earlier it wasn’t too hard to cock. I’m thinking my ten year old step son should be able to handle it just fine.

    I will update my review in the coming weeks or months as I get a few hundred pellets through it. So far, can’t say enough good things about this rifle!

    Range day number two:
    It’s been a few weeks but I was able to get it out in the back yard to play around yesterday and I’d say I put another 30 pellets through it in an hour or so. At around 50 ft I was pulling two inch groupings of five shots. (I actually put 5 Crosman Premier pointed 7.4 grain pellets just to see what would happen and I found the same group, but it was literally five to six inches directly right of target. Weird.) pushed back to around 75 ft, I was getting five to six inch groups including a flyer or three. I admit I wasn’t taking my time and I’m not an experienced rifle shooter by any stretch, but it seems as the barrel “warms up” the groups get tighter. With a few hundred more pellets, I think this thing has potential to be a really fun plinker. Oh, and as of now my 10 year old step son can not break the barrel. However I told him I’d buy him his own when he can ???????????? I’ll update again in several months once I’ve got 500 pellets through it, unless something significant happens.

    Oh I forgot to mention I taped together some cardboard U-HAUL moving boxes I had and with the GAMO Tomahawk pellets I’d say 90-95% went clean through the cardboard with no problem. 16 layers of corrugated cardboard, bound together tight. Plan your berm accordingly!

    Update: 12/28/2018

    I’d give it six stars if I could. I’ve put probably 300 or so pellets through it, so I’d say it’s decently broken in. After watching and reading about how to be a better shooter (I’m just an amateur with medium experience) I learned that I was shooting what was considered to be “long range” for a pellet gun. Today I set my targets at 10 yds, and about 15 yds. to see what kinds of groups I would pull with the GAMO tomahawks. My first 5 pellets were touching. The site isn’t spot on, but the groupings were consistent! I’ll post some pics of the grouping I got. With some site adjustment, you can absolutely drive tacks with this thing. Incredible. I made a little shooting range and laid out 8 beer bottle caps, and hit every single one at 30 feet. I couldn’t love this rifle more.

    So far so great! So far so great! So far so great!

    *edit*1-12-19
    I originally gave this a 1 star because GAMO cus service is non existent and the scope isn't so easy to put on(at least for a newbie like me)but the gun is exceptional, especially for the price
    It looks and feels like a real rifle. I love the heavy and sturdy feel. It is easy to load a pellet and feels smooth to reload. The sound imo is perfect. It's loud but not too loud(I was worried it would be too loud from soome reviews I read). You know it's a pellet gun and not a 22. At least here in my neighbors definitely know the difference. It makes quick work of the Pigeons who eat chicken feed, poop all over the yard(risking disease 4 our flock) and generally being a nuisance to my neighbors and I. I feel like they suffer more with a BB gun or a weaker pellet gun but this GAMO rifle sends them to the other side quickly.
    Anyways, sorry to ramble but I wanted you to know this gun is great but their customer service is not. That is the only reason I'm going with a 4 cause this gun is definitely a 5 star pigeon destroyer.

    *Original review*The instructions are Greek to me. "align the vertical and horizontal post axes of reticle with the vertical and horizontal bore axes" WTH does that mean?lol
    The recoil pin is weird. It doesn't screw in to anything it just pushes the mount away from the gun. The rail is super thin. I don't see how it can possibly hold the scope and neither did the guy at Shoppers who sells GAMO pellet guns.
    I can't even figure out how to get in touch with GAMO to see what is wrong. When I touch the number they give you it says "your call cannot be completed as dialed" ugh...who has time for all this nonsense?
    It's a bummer because this looks like a well made gun. I will have to take it to a gun shop and until then the pigeons will continue tormenting our poor chickens...

    Can't figure it out*edit*1-12-19

    Original review (12/30): I was impressed on the size and feel of this gun. As several others stated, its heavier than expected. Some have stated this is a loud pellet gun; I guess that depends on what you expect. Yes, its louder than a BB gun but much quieter than a 22LR (real gun), way quieter. While I overall like this gun, I have concerns about accuracy which I why I gave 4 stars. A few reviewers make comments about reading the instructions regarding the scope install; I've read them about 3 or 4 times and its no help. I did read where one reviewer called Gamo who admitted that it takes 50 to 100 shots before its accurate; seems odd but okay. Several reviewers stated how accurate the gun but it has not been for me. In one of my photos, there are 3 shots to the right of the bulls eye. As you can see from the other pics, I used a sighting stand. All 3 shots were back-to-back and all to the right. These shots were made after I thought I had zero'd in the scope in previous shots. I shot 3 more times and you can see in next pic they kinda zero in around my middle shot in the first pic. So, I zero'd in these shots and it was now shooting 1" high and 1/2" to left or right...very inconsistent. I'm guessing I've shot about 30 to 40 rounds so far. Got tired screwing with it so gave up for the day. This is the most effort I've ever put into sighting a scope (it took me 4 shots with my 7Mag deer rifle) so I'm going to hang in there to see if I eventually get there. Will update later.

    Solid made gun (5 star); Accuracy (3 star so far) Solid made gun (5 star); Accuracy (3 star so far) Solid made gun (5 star); Accuracy (3 star so far) Solid made gun (5 star); Accuracy (3 star so far)

    The scope that this airgun comes packaged with is a total piece of crap. While trying to zero, aming at the middle of an 8x11 piece of computer paper well braced shooting from a "bench" at 10 yards, only one of three shots landed on paper!! Turret adjustments are meaningless. I put a low end Nikon scope onto it, onto the included rings, it is flawless, I can stack pellets at 10y.

    Photo shows the obscenely oversized box that it shipped in...

    Do not buy this airgun expecting to use the scope - - it is junk, does not hold zero. Do not buy this airgun expecting to use the scope - - it is junk, does not hold zero.

    Bought the airgun for pest control. Initially sighted-in with lead pellets but after about 100 shots decided to upgrade to the faster PBA Platinum pellets (spec'ed at 1250 fps). The picture shows the distribution of 11 pellets on a target at ~20 yards. Overall, very happy with the handling of the Varmint, little recoil, no scope creep (make sure to follow the installation instructions that include the lock pin!), lightweight and fits nicely in a standard carrying case. The airgun is loud, more so shooting with PBA pellets. Something to consider if that's a possible issue in your environment / neighborhood.
    Update: considering upgrade to a more powerful 0.22, likely Gamo Magnum. I'm not thrilled about using toxic lead pellets but there's no other way to get sufficient impact without lead weight as far as I can tell, which is needed for adult iguanas pest control.

    Accurate and powerful, easy to handle

    The rifle has a little weight to it. So I made a strap for it using an old belt i had laying around the house.

    Rifle with a strap
to sum: This product brand is Gamo The score is 4.5, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 682. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Co2 powered
  2. Sixteen round capacity magazine
  3. Fixed sights
  4. Four Hundred ten feet per second
  5. 177 caliber steel BB.Barrel:Smooth bore
  6. I bought this with the crossman destroyer pellets. I got both without checking if the pellets worked with the gun cuz it was recommended by amazon as “frequently bought together.” I thought since everyone buys that it must be the best option...wrong. This B.B. gun takes the round spherical B.B.’s and the pellets don’t work. So if your gonna buy, keep this in mind

    Other than that, it’s great so far. Have not shot it yet but looks scarily realistic and actually has some weight to it. The .177 barrel is recessed a little bit from the tip of the barrel so it’s hard for someone to see. So far I am very pleased with this glock 19. I only wish they had a CO2 blowback model because CO2 is much more convenient than green gas especially on the go if your at a friends house or using it in an organized airsoft like event.

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    Great Buy

    5 stars

    This bb gun is badass. The gun feels almost like a real firearm and is designed to replicate a Glock 19. The slide is metal and does not move and the rest of the gun is made of quality, hard, durable plastic. I recommend this to everyone, well worth the money.

    Great Buy

    I am extremely satisfied with the solid build, weight and details of this glock 19 replica. However, I was taken back after realizing the metal is fixed on this gun. I had seen videos of other reviewers who had working slides and realized there were two versions of the glock 19 made by umarex, one which is blowback and has working slide, this one being the other. I was surprised because this was not mentioned in the item description and I assumed this one has working slide. It definitely takes points off for realism, but I guess the price reflects it. Overall, other than a nonworking slide the gun is very well made and true to what real glock feels like.

    Beware! This is non blowback version, slide is fixed, does not move. Beware! This is non blowback version, slide is fixed, does not move. Beware! This is non blowback version, slide is fixed, does not move. Beware! This is non blowback version, slide is fixed, does not move.

    So the CYA holster do fit. The only downfall is it’s extremely tight! I’ve tried it on my belt and off. It is a little easier to draw when it’s on your belt. I bought this cheap light to see if it will fits and it does. The BB gun itself is great! No issues yet. I do recommend trying it out. I’d buy another one if needed ????????...

    Ps. I did loosen the tension screws and it did help a little.

    CYA holsters do fit but really tight. CYA holsters do fit but really tight. CYA holsters do fit but really tight. CYA holsters do fit but really tight. CYA holsters do fit but really tight. CYA holsters do fit but really tight. CYA holsters do fit but really tight.

    Gun handles well weight and feel of it pretty identical to the real thing I own three that are actually firearms the 23 the 21 in the 19 this was very similar...But it's not blowback... a good practice gun though.... what I didn't like was as you can see in the picture I had to fabricate the back piece where you put the CO2 in... Mine came off in the holster I couldn't find it so I had to jury-rig it and then I just bought a new one when the price went down they need you work on better design of the handlethe rear piece of it that clips in doesn't hold very well

    fix rear handle easily lost

    Phenomenal product. Looks and feels very much like a real gun. Ordered on friday night and got it sunday morning. I was able to get about 8-9 magazines full 125-150 rounds out of it before having to replace the co2 cartridge. You will want to get a few extra magazines as you will surely go through them quick.

    You will want more magazines. You will want more magazines. You will want more magazines.

    I really can't add anything to review that isn't already posted except, When I researched the pistol online it was shown packaged in a Cardboard Box with "Glock 19" on it similar to what a real firearm might be sold in and worthy of keeping for storage etc. Disappointingly mine came in a cheap looking plastic vacuum formed clamshell. This is a missed opportunity for Glock / Umarex to add perceived valued and the unpackaging experience.

    As expected except for packaging As expected except for packaging As expected except for packaging

    Great gun! Looks and feels like a real glock! Very accurate! This is the 2nd one I bought, got it $20 cheaper here on Amazon! Great deal!

    Looks & feels like a real glock!

    Awesome gun!

    5 stars

    Great product. Realistic weight and design. Very accurate. Only issue is finger safety. Has a long and heavy trigger pull but that is expected because it is a double action pistol. Fits great in my aftermarket holster. Excellent for training and speed shooting purposes. I do wish it was blowback though.

    Awesome gun!
to sum: This product brand is Umarex The score is 4.4, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 729. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. PERFECT FOR SMALL GAME HUNTING OR TARGET SHOOTING with high powered Break Barrel action for long range accuracy and consistency.
  2. SILENCED SHOOTING, EXTREMELY QUIET WITH ATTACHED SUPPRESSOR to avoid spooking game and keep the noise to a minimum.
  3. USE YOUR CHOICE OF .177 CALIBER(4.5mm) PELLETS for tons of shooting fun with plenty of power for target shooting and small game hunting.
  4. ACCURATELY HIT YOUR TARGETS WITH up to 1,300 FPS and an 18” Rifled Steel Barrel, included 4x32 Scope with Covers.
  5. INCREASE POWER AND CONSISTENCY with Spring Piston Technology and a smooth trigger pull. Includes a 6” picatinny rail for your choice of scope or accessories.
to sum: This product brand is Bear River The score is 3.4, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.The evaluation number of this product has already been 50, and the reference value is very high. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. CALIBER: .177 Pellet; VELOCITY: 410 FPS; Single Shot High Precision
  2. WEIGHT: 1.7 lbs.; OVERALL LENGTH: 9.5", BARREL LENGTH: 4.5"
  3. PUMPS: Single Pump (Recoilless); ACTION: Single Stroke Pneumatic
  4. BARREL: Rifled; FINISH: Polymer Frame; FRONT SIGHTS: Post; REAR SIGHTS: Adjustable for windage and elevation
  5. Please refer to User Manual attached below for instructions and troubleshooting steps
  6. For the price this is a ton of fun. Yes , it's not the easiest thing to load and cock but once you get the hang of it youll forget all about kt because you are so happy with hitting tight groups. Or slaughtering rats out of your neighbors fruit trees. With its accuracy I am getting one shot kills almost every time at Relatively close range. On targets it shoots exactly where I point it. Love this thing for.the price. I did take off the stupid for sight as it's a pos and pretty much worthless. Factory sights only needed 2 clicks doen and been dead on ever since. I did have to send one of these back as it failed after the 4th shot but the replacement came the next day and has been flawless through about 400 rounds. I cleaned it 2 timed with a brass brush down the barrel just fyi. Feels like a real gun in the hands and shoots great. Couldn't be happier. Dropped it 2 times also and no issues. It's made from cheapo plastic but feels fine. A little work with grip tape or soemthsoemthijng could help but I haven't tried any "upgrades" . Id buy again in a second.

    Totally worth the proce of admission! Totally worth the proce of admission!

    Although the gun is about what you would expect for $30, I was very disappointed in the performance of a company with whom I had been acquainted even in my youth. After shooting the a few loadings I noticed something that didn't look right on the seal between the gas chamber and the breach of the barrel. Closer inspection revealed that there was a gap of approximately .030" in the O ring seal. See attached picture. I couldn't imagine that being correct so I attempted to contact Beeman to ascertain that O ring should be continuous. Over a period of a week I called 3 times asking to speak to someone in technical or customer support. On 2 of the calls I waited approximately 10 minutes and received no answer. On one of the calls I got someone's voice mail and left my name and number as requested but never received a return call. I then went to their website and left an email requesting that they contact me regarding the issue. In 2 weeks no return phone call or reply to my email.

    It is not worth my trouble to return it for a $30 item and I had discarded the packaging after one shot to determine that it would actually shoot. If you want a mediocre $30 air pistol then OK, but you can expect absolutely NO support or even response from Beeman. Shame on them.

    Non-existent customer support

    Completely rebuilt the trigger mechanism (added washers, bent springs...) filed sear-plate and all burrs...
    DON'T over grease the piston - grease will get sucked into chamber and you'll regret it!

    UPDATED
    Have had this gun for more than 1 year…
    The Good:
    It feels like holding a real 45 caliber gun and is fun to shoot.
    It’s accurate with plenty of power.
    The mechanics are easy to work with.

    The Bad:
    (Once the first rebuilding is done (re-working the springs and sear-plate burrs)) See Red arrow in photo for spring re-positioning.
    Have had to replace the O-rings more than a dozen times - it leaks more than any air gun/rifle I’ve owned… a REAL PAIN !

    But, the choice is between: that Pain, Versus the waste/cost of using CO2. I’ll stick with the pain of rebuilding it…

    When it doesn’t leak, it takes a good bit of arm/muscle to pump so, I cooked up a ’Pumping Aid’ to easily grab (it catches on the rear sight and does not remain on the gun). It’s posted at ThingVerse (search for "Pump aid for Beeman p17"

    print your’s at a local 3D Print Hub (goggle it) or, order one from the site where it’s posted…

    Great Shooter (once it's working) Great Shooter (once it's working)

    This has been a very nice gun but there a few qualifiers and in that is the reason I docked it a star. The sight is useless in low light, it is blinding and in the way, I took it off as quickly as I put it on. The 11mm grooved top is sharp, it's great that it has one but for any practical use; you are going to have to dull it to a safe level. I used a hardened steel screwdriver and shaved some of the edge away, it took me a few minutes and it was usable. There's two problems dealt with. Next I found that at times I would cock it and it would refuse to fire, then repeat the process and it would, maybe. I found a too long video on YouTube where a person with the same problem found the answer. The spring inside the right handgrip shifts too far back and doesn't set the trigger when cocking. Another 10 minute fix later and it works, it works very, very well as a matter of fact. The fiber optic sights are great making a very easy sight picture, I added an old red dot sight I had to further define a point of aim but on this one; the open sights are good enough. The trigger is one of the best triggers I have ever used. I have owned and shot hundreds of guns and this trigger should cost more than the gun, it is in a class almost by itself, good enough to regard as target grade. The "fixed" gun is why I decided to put the additional optic on and it also helps with the considerable effort needed to cock the gun. Nearly the whole gun is metal, the only plastic I see are the sights which by the way are adjustable. This is physically the same as the Beeman P3, a gun which costs $200 more, it has a different country of manufacture and beyond that there's little difference. I don't even know for sure if the problems I mentioned are not present in the P3, hopefully for 7 times the cost they are not, however cleaning up the problems with this is simple and the gun itself is a very good normal person target grade pistol. Target in the photo was 5 shots at 10 yards.

    This has been a very nice gun but there a few qualifiers and in that ... This has been a very nice gun but there a few qualifiers and in that ... This has been a very nice gun but there a few qualifiers and in that ...

    i dont know what the problem is, but this air-pistol will not fire, straight out of the box it seemed fine,first pump i shattered the red dot,almost cut my hand,and when i loaded it and fired all i heard was a hiss. and the pellet doesn't even move..im assuming its the same o ring issue the last guy had...but i paid 20$ more than him.dont buy this its a waste of time/money..

    straight out of the box it seemed fine, first pump i shattered the red dot
to sum: This product brand is Beeman The score is 3.3, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 188. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. IN THE BOX: 1 x Sig Sauer MCX .177 Cal Advanced Air Rifle (AIR-MCX-SCOPE-177-88G-30-BLK), 2 x Sig Sauer 90 gram CO2 cylinder, 1 x Pack of 500 Sig Sauer Lead Pellets .177 cal
  2. SIG SAUER MCX AIR RIFLE: Based on the original designs of the SIG MCX, this CO2 version is ideal for training and practice. From tactical drills to target practice, the CO2 powered SIG MCX Air Rifle delivers 30 rounds of rapid-firing, simulated SIG MCX performance and handling for more realistic, economical training and practice — any time, any place. Chambered in .177 pellet, features include an 18" rifled steel barrel, synthetic handguard, picatinny rail, tactical front grip and more.
  3. SIGHTS: You can choose a version with flip-up front and rear folding sights, or with a Sig Sauer Micro Red Dot Sight, or with a Sig Sauer 1-4x24 Scope
  4. SIG SAUER 90 GRAM CO2 CYLINDER (AC-90-2): Precision-built SIG ASP pistols and rifles depend on quality ammunition and fuel to perform up to SIG standards. A higher-quality, cleaner gas in a superior-engineered cylinder can influence the lifetime and performance of any airgun. Investing in SIG premium cylinders is a simple way to ensure longer-lasting, SIG precision performance. Please note: We cannot ship any CO2 via air services, therefore no shipments to Alaska or Hawaii.
  5. PELLETS (AIR-AMMO-MATCH-PB-177-500): Superior engineering has developed precision manufactured, lead ammunition designed to excel at the standards set by ASP CO2 airgun accuracy and performance as well improve the performance of other pellet firing pistols and break barrel or PCP rifles. Flat-topped pellets make superior target shooting loads, great for practice or plinking
to sum: This product brand is SIG The score is 4.4, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.The evaluation number of this product has already been 21, and the reference value is very high. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. 19 shot drop free metal magazine for quick reloading. Velocity (FPS): 410
  2. Powered by one 12 grain CO2 capsule housed in the grip
  3. Fixed front and rear sights
  4. Integrated Picatinny rail. Total length (inches): 6.75
  5. Shoots in double action at 410 feet per second
  6. Lightweight and compact design
  7. 19-shot drop-free metal magazine
  8. Powered by a 12-gram CO2 capsule
  9. 410-FPS
  10. Great BB Gun

    3 stars

    This gun is fantastic and shoots faster than I had anticipated.
    As you can see from my pictures, I shot at a tree from 40 feet away and the BBs penetrated both the bark and underlying wood.

    Look and Feel:
    This gun is not small by any means. With regard to size it is a true-to-life replica. The weight distribution is located mostly in the handle and allows it to rest comfortably in your hand. Although it does have a fairly noticeable plastic feel, the gun still maintains a solid build and can pass as real.

    Accuracy and Power:
    I set the gun on a tripod and marked a piece of wood at the point where my sight was aimed. I then shot and marked the point where the BB actually hit in order to measure the drop from different distances. At 40 feet the drop is less than 1/4inch. At 60 feet the drop was measured at 3/4 of an inch. At 80 feet the drop became more prevalent and measured in at a little over 1 and a half inches. At 100 feet the drop was measured as 2 inches, and at that distance the BBs also started to slightly curve with the prevailing wind. I started the test with a full cartridge of CO2.

    Lifespan of CO2 cartridge size:
    Overall the C02 cartridges offered a steady 90 shots worth of decently accurate trigger pulls. After that the depletion of air became more evident as each shot started to drop more and more. Overall: 90 decently accurate and powerful shots, 40 lob shots, and 10 shots that travel no more than 10 feet. I recorded an average of 150 shots per CO2 cartridge.

    Con 1:
    This is not a quick pour reload gun. The magazine holds 20 BBs and you have to insert them into the clip one by one. I often find myself spending more time reloading than shooting.

    Con 2:
    The magazine clip has a tendency to jam. For every 5 magazine loads I would insert I would say 2 of them ended up in a jam. At which point I had to remove the magazine, remove the clogged BB, and reinsert the magazine (sometimes I had to do this 2-3 times until finally the top BB was properly pushed into the chamber).

    Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun Great BB Gun

    Item is great, I liked it and ordered and did not read anything at all because some reviews were good. If you plan to order it, make sure to order co2 and other stuff as well. Doesnt come with any.

    Make sure to order CO2 and ammos Make sure to order CO2 and ammos Make sure to order CO2 and ammos

    I have the Umx MandP 40. As well as their HK Usp. And a crosman 1911 tactical. Of the four pistols. The umarex M&P is the most accurate, but the XBG is not far behind. And is a great value and overall fun lil' gun!

    Accurate. Comfortable. And ABSOLUTELY Fun!

    Update: I opened the gun up and smeared super lube over everything inside that moves. This made a huge difference in how smooth the trigger action is. The effort is much lower and less gritty, more buttery. I suggest you do this. All you do is remove the one screw on top and pull off the slide.

    This is the best value co2 bb pistol out there. After lubing the action and a few hundred trigger pulls it's now an acceptable but very long DA trigger. You get used to staging the trigger for more accurate shots, but you can pull pretty fast and empty the mag too. I'm happy with the accuracy under 10 yards and the power is nice.

    This thing hits hard. I have both the umarex Colt Commander and the PPK/S and they are much better all steel replicas with blowback- but they're weak shooters. The xbg is better for destroying cans and clays. I like the stick magazine, it works well and they're cheap to replace and much quicker to reload than the pistols above. Honestly I reach for the xbg the most now due to the higher fps, more shots per charge, and faster reloading. It tucks iwb real nice and comfy too for capping cans in the yard concealed carry style.

    Overall I'm very happy with it. The grip is nice although it's rather toy like with regard to weight. It looks just like a Springfield xd which isn't terrible.

    Best value in non-blowback bb pistols Best value in non-blowback bb pistols Best value in non-blowback bb pistols Best value in non-blowback bb pistols

    I’ve only opened it today and fired 4 rounds of BB’s - the aim is surprisingly true. Powerful too - the BB’s kicked up a hole in the lawn and I doubt they’ll resurface anytime soon. I needed something for camping in rattlesnake territory - this will do it. I hope I don’t have to use it. The rattler we came across last year was a young Western and very docile (my dog unknowingly sat on it) and it quickly slithered away instead of striking. But we have more than Westerns out there - some more aggressive rattler species - that’s where this gun comes in. Again, my hope is that the snakes and I can peacefully coexist for a few days. I figured I’d need a few days to learn the aim but nope - the sites are accurate - done. Highly recommend. My other is a Colt Defender so this was surprisingly light in comparison and I assumed it would be weaker too - but I don’t think it is. Buy it - it’s $30 well spent. Use responsibly - these use metal BB’s - they are powerful and they absolutely can be deadly.

    Great For The Price

    I bought this gun a while back but the co2 just arrived, I was thrilled to begin shooting but when I out the co2 in, the gun had a leak that spilled everything out. I wasted 10 cartridges and didn't get a single shot out of it. I took it to the professional and they said it was busted BEFORE I EVEN USED IT. Wasted over 60$ on something that didn't even work. Don't buy.

    READ BEFORE BUYING

    Best airgun in my collection. Absolutely love it!

    Best Airgun On Amazon

    Feels kinda cheap. Doesnt fire every time. Read all directions and it still does'nt work everytime. Applied oil to the mechs in hopes it would help but it still lacks the consistincy to fire all bb's. Had to keep removing the clip and a bb would fall out. Not happy with this gun. I own a crossman that works mint and a sig sauer mpx thats reliable. Im not new to pellets or bbs'. Not recommending this gun. I will do more research on this, but as of now im disappointed in the consistincy of this gun.UPDATE. 7/29. I recieved a new replacement gun today from amazons great customer service (you guys rock!) Just ran 6 clips and had the same issue with it not firing all the bbs'. It happened fewer times but still happens at least twice a clip. Gun has great accuracy! Handles awesome but it just does'nt work everytime. I've tried waiting 5 secs between shots. Same result. I even took the time to respond to the manufacture who commented on my review.Had to leave a message which hasn't been returned. Bogus i tell ya! Good thing umarex does'nt make real firearms.

    Not quality i expected. Still stinks after 2nd one sent to me

    Pretty accurate from 20 to 40 yards. Beware when your co2 is getting low. You can hear the pop get softer. From time to time it will miss fire from too many bb’s being released from the clip. I recommend getting a a loader. Very powerful.

    Powerful and Accurate for the $$$ Powerful and Accurate for the $$$ Powerful and Accurate for the $$$ Powerful and Accurate for the $$$

    Shoots good shoots straight 19 bbs per clip need to buy extra clips, $30 well worth it, I'd advise buying Umarex co2 cartridges also wanting the Umarex storm it's automatic with 30 burst rounds 430fps takes x2 co2 cartridges Bad A**

    Great worth the pay took a lil over a day to come in on prime Great worth the pay took a lil over a day to come in on prime Great worth the pay took a lil over a day to come in on prime
to sum: This product brand is Umarex The score is 3.7, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 989. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Rifled steel barrel
  2. All weather synthetic stock and forearm
  3. Fiber optic front sight
  4. Good item- appears to be a lower level to the classic 2100...The bolt is clunky compared to the 2100 with the metal body. I purchased as a replacement for a year old 760 Pumpmaster, Sorry Crossman the new 760 is not up to snuff with the model produced years ago. The Legacy 1000 shoots well out of the box and the barrel appears to be the same as the 2100...A good value, but not as solid a feel as the 2100. Assuming the bolt wears in and the action becomes smoother I would give it 5 stars. daughter thinks it is "way better dad" ... better than the new model 760. Photo attached... we added scopes and bi-pods, the kids like to shoot the Crossman swinging targets and old amazon shipping boxes with zombies drawn on them before we recycle. Crossman, was this the 766 back in the day? It seems like the same air gun that I remember plinking soda cans off grandpas fence....Good times This is an unbiased opinion- retail amazon price paid. [[ASIN:B01G797YAG Crosman Legacy 1000 Single Shot, Variable Pump Air Rifle CLGY1000KT]]

    Good, but if you want Great go with the 2100 Good, but if you want Great go with the 2100

    Most accurate air gun I have owned. Not as powerful as my break barrel, but more accurate for sure. No extra expense for CO2 cartridges. And not temperature dependent like my CO2 guns. Great for target shooting/plinking in my backyard. I wanted something with no recoil, not temperature dependent, quiet/lower power (my neighbors are close!), and accurate. This rifle is all those things. I cannot afford even a low-end PCP, so it's pumpers for me if I want zero recoil. It is lightweight due to mostly plastic construction, but seems very sturdy and well built. Has a decent heft to it, around 5 lbs. The trigger pull is long and creepy, but what do you expect at this price point? Getting used to it. Hoping it will smooth out with use. Could be good for small pest control as well (i.e. birds, chipmunks). I can hit a bottle cap at 13 yards with open sights. I am happy with this rifle at the price I paid ($45).

    Great value for the money

    Plastic holding the gun together broke during the second use . Complete and total waste of money . Will never purchase a Plastic air rifle again .

    Broke during second use Broke during second use

    Did receive the item quickly, but it literally fell apart right after I took it out of the box. Very Disappointed! Looked as though it was assembled incorrectly & had interior broken plastic tabs that allowed it to just fall apart. Box was in good shape, so no blame on shipping. Have requested a refund & will be looking for another to replace it. ( Any ideas on a good Variable Pump, pellet & BB rifle ?? )

    Pics were taken within 2 minutes of opening box (Never had a chance to fire the gun, so not sure how it would have performed).

    Thanks, L

    Very Disappointed! Looked as though it was assembled incorrectly & ... Very Disappointed! Looked as though it was assembled incorrectly & ...

    Cheap

    1 stars

    Used less than 20 times. Went to pump it up this afternoon and it split while pumping. No, it was not pumped up. Now unusable.

    Cheap

    For a low price range pellet gun that can shoot 1200 fps this gun was perfect. The scope is meh but I didn't buy it for the scope. Buying a pellet magnet pen makes loading the single pellet at a time easier. I bought it for iguana problems and with a [[ASIN:B00FU9F3JY Winchester Maximum Velocity .177-Caliber Air Gun Pellets]] and only 6 pumps went right through both sides with a head shot. Be aware the more you pump it up to 8 times its gonna have a heck of a ricochet.

    Awesome Gun for the money for pests or target practice

    Worth 10/10

    5 stars

    Bought this as a gift and my nephew loved it! Definitely would recommend as a gift! Pumps are a bit stiff for him which is a good thing. Shoots on target also. Love it

    Worth 10/10

    Out of the box there was a noticeable gap on the bottom like the screw wasn’t fully tightened. Three shots later the upper left screw flew out while shooting. Then the trigger started jamming because the area where the safety is started separating and it seems the safety would get stuck on, not releasing the trigger after a shot or in some really annoying case not allowing the trigger to be pulled even though the safety was disengaged. 10 pellets later the whole trigger cover (face plate with the name on it) fell off. When I looked I noticed it seems the screws sheared off all of the connection points to the other side of the cover. I gave it 2 stars because I did at least get a squirrel kill with Gamo Red Fire’s but it wasn’t a clean shot. Combine this with difficulty loading pellets because they like to flip around when you drop them into the chamber (you can’t push them into the barrel like a break barrel) with the amount of time it takes to pump up 11 pumps I can say the poor squirrel suffered. That’s why I returned it for a refund and decided to go with both a larger caliber (.22) and a way more powerful gas piston break barrel rifle the Umarex Octane (shop around I got a reallyyyyyyyyy good deal on one from a well know air gun dealer) to make it humane on the bird seed stealing squirrels.

    If you get one that’s actually not defective it’s decently accurate at 10 yards for kids using pellets to train on WITH SUPERVISION to move up to a high quality springer or gas piston rifle. Like I said, if your interested in a rifle to take care of pests go for the $100 and up rifles.

    Save your money for the $100 and up rifles if you’re serious about pest control. Save your money for the $100 and up rifles if you’re serious about pest control. Save your money for the $100 and up rifles if you’re serious about pest control.
to sum: This product brand is Crosman The score is 3.5, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 157. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. synthetic
  2. Imported
  3. The PowerLine 340 BB pistol is a spring-air pistol that features a 200-shot BB reservoir with a 13-shot Speedload Clip.
  4. The removable Speedload Clip is located in the grip. Once the reservoir is loaded with 200 BBs, you just pull the Speedload Clip tab all the way out, shake the pistol and push the tab back in to reload the Speedload Clip without removing the magazine.
  5. Action: Spring Air, Sights: Blade and ramp front/Fixed open rear, Safety: Crossbolt trigger block
  6. Max. Muzzle Velocity: 240 fps., Overall Length: 8.5 inch, Caliber: .177 cal. (4.5 mm) BB
  7. Stock/Forearm/Grip: Molded black, Barrel: Smooth bore steel, Max. Shooting Distance: 100 yards, Capacity: 200-shot BB Reservoir with 13-shot Speedload Clip
  8. .177 cal. BB Pistol with a smooth bore steel barrel
  9. 200-Shot BB Reservoir with 13-Shot Speedload Clip
  10. 240 fps max velocity
  11. Spring air action
  12. Blade and ramp front and fixed open rear sights
  13. This product is restricted from shipment into the state of New York
  14. Honest Review

    5 stars

    I really enjoy collecting airsoft and BB guns. This is one of the ones I really enjoy shooting. The only thing I would change for this pistol is having the safety working where it would be on an actual M9 Berretta. But in my opinion, I think this is a good BB gun when you first start collecting airsoft/BB guns!

    Honest Review Honest Review Honest Review Honest Review Honest Review

    Awesome

    5 stars

    Very cool gun, even breaks down, or field strips, like the real beretta fs92. Push in oblong button on right side of pistol (looking from back of gun) and twist switch on left side of gun, remove the oblong button. Slide out the switch by pulling it out of the left side of the gun. Pull slide forward off gun frame. Shoots nicely too, great bb spring gun overall

    Awesome Awesome Awesome Awesome

    After being a little doubtful about this gun due to all of the negative reviews, I still decided to buy it. It, along with the Daisy Powerline 201, is one of the only non-Co2 BB guns on the market, which is the reason why I wanted it in the first place. Also, it is sold at a very low price. After firing 13 shots at a BB target, it proved to be a very reliable and fairly accurate pistol. It is not as powerful as other BB guns, but it is not incredibly weak either. The Powerline 340 will put a hole through thick cardboard. Thus, I think it is a great BB pistol for a beginner, as well as any other skill level.

    Pros:
    - Low Cost
    - Moderate Power (240 fps)
    - Extremely Lightweight (Made mostly out of plastic)
    - Good Sights
    - Accurate
    - Easy-to-use magazine

    Cons:
    - Not as powerful as many other BB guns on the market
    - Slightly clunky

    Very surprised and pleased with this gun! Very surprised and pleased with this gun!

    Disappointment

    1 stars

    Bought one and it kept jamming so I bought a second one. It jammed the first time and never even fired once. I now have 2 of these and neither one works. It is very frustrating. My recommendation is to purchase something else!

    Disappointment

    This pistol looks pretty nice and arrived in working order with no broken parts. It's built nearly completely of plastic, some may find the feather weight to be off-putting. I found that even at 3 yards soda can hits may or may not occur, plenty of flyers in between making your mark. I found working the fairly stiff slide to be pretty uncomfortable. Although the molded levers, sites, and widgets look nice, they tend to dig, or rub the hand while cocking. This pistol comes nowhere near the quality in some of the older builds in this category. The old Daisy 188, or Marksman repeater will out perform this hands down in all regards. Due to the stiff cocking slide and poor accuracy I would not recommend this as a youth trainer. I can see an application for trigger/safety discipline as an adult trainer. Others may have different experiences, I have only taken a look at this one example. You get what you pay for but not a single cent of value more. Just my opinion, I don't claim to be an expert.

    It does fire. Nothing It does fire. Nothing It does fire. Nothing It does fire. Nothing

    Pretty good pistol works as intended and shipped very fast.

    Good beginner's pistol

    I got this as a costume prop, I have no BBs yet but I've just ordered some. But this dose look real so it will go well with my costume, then I could also probably use this for self defense with how real it looks. If the look alone dose fend anyone off. If not a BB to the eye should.

    Will go great with my Spike Spegal costume

    Loved it.

    5 stars

    Im really happy with the Daisy Powerline 340, it feels really confortable in my hand. Its not too heavy, but not too light either. I personally bought it to use it as a prop in some futere videos I plan to make, but it does work perfectly. Its a good quality BB gun for a really good price. Totally recomend buying one.

    Loved it. Loved it. Loved it. Loved it. Loved it. Loved it.

    This BB gun is really good for the price it's amazing for going out and plinking with it and the polymer is pretty good so don't be afraid if you drop it once or twice as long as you're not using it as a hammer will last you a good long while but nothing is perfect so here are my two flaws with this gun number one accuracy is poor number two the trigger is not metal but overall I think it's very good so I do recommend it

    Awesome gun for 10 bucks but one or two things I would want done better

    I’m fairly new to BB Guns and this is definitely a perfect beginners gun. It looks and feels great and is even better if you’re trying to use it as a prop for a video or skit! Definitely recommend if you’re looking for something realistic looking and simple!

    Great BB Gun for price!
to sum: This product brand is Daisy The score is 3.3, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 157. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Shoots .177 Caliber Pellets
  2. Velocity (fps): 600 Pellet
  3. Single shot bolt-action; Material: Synthetic
  4. Variable Pump Power
  5. Adjustable rear sight (peep or open)
  6. This is a great American classic pellet gun. But, it’s been made with upgrades in mind right out of the box. This forces the buyer to upgrade many of its parts to bring its status up to excellent. But once you upgrade its components to fit your needs or wants, you’ll be happy to own it and have a pleasure to use it. This is going to be a long review because it’s not only about the P1377 but about why I had to choose it and how I was going to use it; regardless of how much money I had to spend to accomplish my goal (killing mice). Before I go any further, let me state why, and then how. With mice, I’ve tried almost everything with zero success (glue traps, snap traps, electric zapper trap, and homemade traps) even the green pellets; and they eat them like there’s no tomorrow for days on end. BTW this new “generation” of mice won’t go for bait on traps and only grab food and “split” fast to another area to eat it (To learn mouse behavior I used the Bushnell 6MP Trophy Cam with Night Vision game camera; just set it on the floor and it’ll auto-record 1 min video clips on an SD card). And then there’s the “mouse droppings” all over the floor. Keep in mind this room is where I eat, sleep, and walk on (barefoot after shower). But even with a pellet gun at the right time and place you’re not going to be in the same playing field with a mouse. Mice only come out at night or when it’s dark and disappear like magic when lights go on. But with an inexpensive door motion sensor and a pricey 3 pound night vision rifle scope (plus adaptors) things change quite a bit. Still, you must practice shooting in the dark and make sure that you are not going to miss a (live) 3 inch target (with a single shot) at a minimum distance of 9ft (blurry at 6ft) and set up target site that will welcome the mouse; covering a small area of the wall and floor with ¾ inch cardboard cause you don’t want holes on the wall nor blood on your floor once the pellet hits. I found the best position for shooting with this (now) 5 lb. weapon was laying in bed flat with a pillow on your elbows and something to rest the pellet gun on top while aiming at the target site 9ft in front of you. The p1377 will hold its air charge all night (3 pumps and safety “on”) with no problem. The scope has long life lithium batteries. Once you’re alerted of the mouse presence, (either by a motion sensor or plain ear), turn on the scope, IR light “ON”, set into aiming position, safety “off” and… the rest is history. My Crosman p1377 had the Custom shoulder stock, the steel breach conversion kit, UTG Dovetail to Picatinny rail adaptor (MNT-DT2PW01), and the Crosman 2289 fatter forearm pump arm. I used Benjamin .177 hallow point pellets and the 200 Mega Pack 4 inch target stickers for practice shooting; all bought thru Amazon. The only thing I couldn’t buy from them was the Armasight WWZ scope because they won’t deliver this item to my area. It’s nice to know that… next time this happens again; the same process will be repeated and I will succeed again without a doubt.

    This is a great American classic pellet gun This is a great American classic pellet gun This is a great American classic pellet gun

    Just received this today: Besides the blister packaging being super easy to get apart (it almost fell apart taking it out of the box) and the paint wear on the trigger, which leads me to believe it might have been a return, this air pistol was extremely accurate. I set up a bench rest at 25ft and put five pellets at the bull with ten pumps per pellet. As you can see four out of the five are inside a dime's sized grouping, and the one to the left was a flyer (pellet weight or I pulled the trigger). I was using Gamo Match Classic 7.56gr flat heads, medium to bottom shelf pellets, and I have absolutely no complaints about how the pistol shoots. These were my first five shots and I did not adjust the sights at all. Also the pistol is really light. My only two complaints are that it gets a little burdensome to pump after about six or seven pumps. This has to do with the meager forearm pump-grips but you can (and I did) order a fatter grip. The other is the trigger pull; it's a little heavy and long. I'm sure I, or someone else, can fix that. In my opinion this is well worth the fifty or so bucks.

    Tack Driver Out of the Box Tack Driver Out of the Box Tack Driver Out of the Box

    Great value for money. Loads of fun, and great opportunity to modify to suite needs. I have added Match grip and sight, with a brass barrel band and a steel breech... it's now a half decent target match pistol. Needed to lighten the trigger pull from 5lb to 1.5lb, by careful compression of trigger spring.

    1377 to a match pistol

    Started out nice/powerful, but after some target shooting&varmint riddance, it crapped out.Pin started coming out&then finally came out all the way!?POS,ordered a refund after only 2 weeks,decided on a replacement, why,idk,really want it to be the one for a budget varmint deterrence. If the new one fails in the same way,will order the .22 rifle I really wanted,but couldn't afford

    Get what you pay for.....

    Update: 6-4-2017
    Works great with a cheap red dot sight! [[ASIN:B000N8KHQG Daisy Electric Airsoft Point Sight]] My old eves don't get along with iron sights, this is the answer for Plinking!

    First, the bad
    1. Very light construction. Cocking linkage anchor points on pump handle are very thin material. Rivet head is also.
    2. barrel fits loose in front sight, sight is loose and moves side to side with slightest contact, very loose fit at mounting pin.
    3. Rear sight is plastic and its mounting block is not perfectly aligned with the bore or horizon, tilted slightly to the right.
    4. The trigger is horrible!
    The good
    1. Very inexpensive and looks great!
    2. It shoots 3 hole one shot groups at 10 meters right out of the box. Even with an old guy who can't hardly see the sights, just a blur.
    3. Those one hole groups all hit the center of a 1 inch circle using a bag rest every time.
    4. There is nothing else available at this price point that I know of that even comes close to this performance.
    5. There is no end to the improvements you can make with this gun if you so desire.
    6. One can only imagine how well it would shoot with a good trigger.
    7. The grandfather of this gun is a Crossman 1300. I have one in 22 caliber and it is older than dirt, 25+ years maybe more, I can't remember ever not owning it, I am 68 years old. It still shoots great. Crossman parts are cheap and easy to get if you need them. The guns are easy to work on. My old one broke its cocking link due to my abuse. (15 pumps) I just made a new one out of rusty scrap. Like I said super easy to work on.

    I need to install the scope that I have in my 1300 on this gun to see what it can really do. The 1300 has much better iron sights that do not move around.

    Very accurate, will give many years of shooting fun Very accurate, will give many years of shooting fun Very accurate, will give many years of shooting fun Very accurate, will give many years of shooting fun Very accurate, will give many years of shooting fun

    I'm really enjoying this gun, the possibility seem endless. You can keep it simple or you can customize it to you likes and needs. I've added the crosman 1399 stock, crosman mounts with scope, and a green LED flashlight. I plan to get the steel breech and a longer barrel. But what impress me the most is the accuracy.

    Great pellet gun

    An otherwise good gun ruined by bad quality control. I ordered one. Noticed the front sight was bent and off center. I got it replaced and realized the replacement had a off center rear sight.

    An otherwise good gun ruined by bad quality control

    Crosman P1377 American Classic Multi Pump is very compact and good quality .
    Gift came with a 50 pellets.
    Don't have recoil.
    Is a powerful .
    The full weight of the package 1.2 Kg.

    Crosman P1377 American Classic Multi Pump is very compact and good quality . Crosman P1377 American Classic Multi Pump is very compact and good quality . Crosman P1377 American Classic Multi Pump is very compact and good quality .

    Great value!

    4 stars

    One of my favorite guns! Not very accurate even with added shoulder stock. But can't ask for more for the money. Very powerful with 10 pumps. Plinking in my basement is fun! 3-5 pumps is plenty for the inside use. Would need 10 pumps and very steady hand for pest control. Pumping gets old after a while but no need for co2 is great. I picked up brown version at Walmart and spray painted it black. Like it much betted this way. I know people love to modify this gun but I don't really plan on adding anything more. Good enough for me. Great value!

    Great value! Great value! Great value! Great value! Great value! Great value! Great value!
to sum: This product brand is Crosman The score is 4.3, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 357. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Spring piston break-barrel
  2. Single-shot cocking mechanism
  3. Adjustable fiber optic rear sight and fixed fiber optic front sight
  4. 4x32 air gun scope with mounts. Energy in Joules: 15.5
  5. Equipped with fiber optic sights, an adjustable trigger, and a muzzle brake
  6. Spring piston break-barrel
  7. Single-shot cocking mechanism
  8. Adjustable fiber optic rear sight and fixed fiber optic front sight
  9. 4x32 airgun scope with mounts
  10. Automatic safety
  11. 7/7/18: After struggling to get a decent group with a beat up old Gamo Hunter that I borrowed from my brother, I read lots of reviews of different air rifles and liked what I read about this one. My main criteria were that I wanted decent open sights, but also a scope for shooting at small targets at a reasonable hunting range of 25 yards.

    I like the weight and balance of this gun - but if you are expecting a BB-gun then you will be surprised. It feels much more like a full-sized rifle. I mounted a sling on mine, and with the scope it is weighing in at 8.25 lbs. The break action is stiff, but with a little practice it is not hard even for my 5'5" wife to cock it. I do really like the automatic safety feature, and the placement of the safety - it is a little tab at the back of the "receiver" that you push forward when you are ready to fire. It is quite intuitive and easy to use.

    Another note - the power seems to be quite good. Some of the first rounds were punching through 5/8 plywood at 25 yards, although not all have managed to do so. The first couple shots were also very loud, but it seems to be settling down a bit as I shoot it more.

    The fiber optic open sights on this rifle seem pretty good, although I only shot maybe 20 rounds through them before sighting in the scope. They came from the factory set up for 6-o-clock hold, so I adjusted them to shoot center-hold, and they were quite easy to get lined up with how I shoot. Windage seemed to be spot on out of the box

    I had read some critiques of the scope, and particularly the scope rings, and at this price point, I was not expecting world-class optics. The rings are garbage, and one side of the dovetail mount has really rounded edges that I could see not getting a good purchase on the groove. I took a file and sharpened the aluminum down to a finer point, and then installed them nice and snug. I have only shot maybe 30 rounds with the scope on, but so far It is looking promising. I had a 4" group at 25 yards shooting from a chair and resting the gun on my barbecue (and a boot as my sandbag). I was shooting just your basic 7.4gr crosman pointed lead pellets.

    I will repost once I have put a good 200-300 rounds through to break the rifle in a bit, and will try some different ammo to see if I get better performance with any specific brand. Also, I will be curious to see if the scope stays zeroed.

    I did clean the barrel right away after taking it out of the box, and the swabs did come out with quite a bit of black residue. I found that if you break the action without cocking it you can clean your barrel without having to shoot off a round when you are done (or messing with those cleaning pellets).

    At this point, I am very pleased with the rifle, and would definitely recommend it.

    Excellent rifle for the price. Excellent rifle for the price.

    Update: 12-24-2017 I discovered that the front lens on the Ruger scope can be adjusted to correct the parallax for my 10 meter range. Just unscrew and remove the front trim ring then turn the lens mounting sleeve "out" to the point that the crosshairs remain centered at the desired range when you move your eye off dead center. Once you get it adjusted just reinstall the trim ring. My group sizes dropped in half with this modification. This greatly enhanced the accuracy of this rifle and scope package. I have run out of the pellets that this rifle loves, the Winchester hollow points,[[ASIN:B007FFXA7S Daisy 987418-446 Win 500 ct .177, Hollow Point Pellets]] but it seems to like the Daisy hollow point pellets almost as much. [[ASIN:B002HT0MDM Daisy MFG 500CT .177Hollow Pellet]] With this modification it is a great target rifle.

    I purchased mine used from a local shop. I have no idea how old it is or how many times it has been shot. I have a similar Ruger Blackhawk that I like a lot but I prefer the heft and feel of a wood stock. Once I got it home I tightened the stock mounting screws and scope mounts. They usually loosen up with use causing accuracy problems.
    I have a lot of air rifles. This is as good as it gets in this price range. Mine shoots a little slow, mid 750-760 fps with 7.4 grain pellets, but it is very consistent and very, very accurate. The scope is mildly horrible at close range due to the parallax setting, but can be used with careful eye placement. Typical of all my Ruger and Remington air rifles. This rifle has the best trigger I have ever used in an air rifle. It adjusts down to a very light pull and is very smooth and predictable. This rifle deserves a better scope to reach its potential. I am old, my eyes do not get along with iron sights, if yours do you are in luck. The iron sights on this rifle work well, a good range of adjustment and easy to see.

    My 3rd Ruger.  Best trigger of any of my low cost air rifles, greatly enhances the accuracy. My 3rd Ruger.  Best trigger of any of my low cost air rifles, greatly enhances the accuracy. My 3rd Ruger.  Best trigger of any of my low cost air rifles, greatly enhances the accuracy. My 3rd Ruger.  Best trigger of any of my low cost air rifles, greatly enhances the accuracy. My 3rd Ruger.  Best trigger of any of my low cost air rifles, greatly enhances the accuracy.

    Mine is the Airhawk elite ll... And it is an awsome air rifle... Powerful, very... Acurate, very... Compared to target that someone posted... My groupings are :at 100ft. All in a one inch circle group, and better, many doubles...( two in one hole)
    The rifle is on the heavy cide, and is a bit tough to cock, for us ol' farts, but, I look at it like excersize, and its funa as all heck.
    ... My rifle came with polymer stock, so I cammo painted it, added red dot, me and scopes never got along, I dont like the limited area that a scope lets you see, like feild of vision, I've taken scopes off in woods while hunting, and tossed them, I hate missing, and worse possibly wounding an animal because of scope limitations.... also added a bipod for serious target shooting, which this rifle is great at.
    You may need to usena heavy pellet to bring fps. down to more contrllable numbers, but because of its high velocity, its possible to dial it in to your personal settings.
    If you're in the market for a pellet gun, or a. 22cal. Powder cartridge gun for target, small game... Definately get your self one of these babys... Air hawk, or Air hawk Elite ll, you wont be sorry.

    Top Grade pellet Rifle... Reasonable price.

    Got mine at bass pro shops for my nieces to practice with, paid a little more for it but it was a spontaneous purchase so I wanted it right then. Took it home, threw the scope on it and started sighting it in. Took about 15-20 mins to right it in with the scope but once sighted in started shooting a resetting plinker target at 25 yards which has 2 3" bulls and 2 1" bulls. Was hitting the 3" bulls so I let my nieces start shooting at it. We put at least 100 shots through it and my oldest niece (14, first time shooting an air rifle, 2nd time shooting any type of gun) was hitting 5 out of 5 consistently, youngest niece (10, same experience), was hitting 3 or 4 out of 5 consistently. So then I took 3 shots at the 1" bull and hit 2 out of 3 shots. Once they get more consistent at a further distance will be taking the scope off and teaching them iron sights, might even switch over to peep and globes since that's what they'll be using at the range for the juniors groups. Gun is a little heavy and as loud as their 22lr at first but quiets down after 5-10 shots. Cocking mechanism is very stiff but after 100+ shots has gotten looser.

    Got mine at bass pro shops for my nieces to ...
to sum: This product brand is Ruger The score is 3.9, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 222. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. caliber: 0.177
  2. velocity: 400.00 ft/sec
  3. 6 Pel & BB Ctgs, 1500 BBs, 5 C02 Tanks,250 Pellets
  4. Things I like :
    The gun looks very nice and very realistic to a real S&W .19 Snub. Overall the gun feels great in hand, except for the loose grips, it has a nice heavy weight, great power 90+ shots, dual ammo, adjustable site, good for small pest control, and metal construction.

    Things I don't like :
    The loose hammer, loose grips, long trigger pull in DA, cheap plastic blister pack, no speed loader or extra cartridges included, very cheap plastic grip.

    Now the problems... -_-
    I shot more then 200 pellets and the accuracy is scary!
    I inspected the gun, and noticed that the hammer and grips were loose and wobbly! When I pulled back the hammer into the cocking position the hammer was not loose, it was perfectly intact and not moving, the grips were slightly loose and wobbly. The grips make a squeaky/creaking noise when holding the gun in your hand. Later that day I cleaned the barrel of the gun, and I decided to fire the gun, I loaded the gun with the 6 included bb and pellet cartridges with Crosman copperhead bbs, I put a Crosman CO2 cartridge in the gun and went outside to fire the gun. I set up a target 7 yards away from me, I was shooting at a pop can.
    I fired the gun and noticed each of my 6 shots were WAY OFF! The 6 shots were going too high, too low, left and right. It would rarely shoot straight! After I would say 18 shots the gun shot accurate but after those 4-5 "accurate" shots it would shoot in any direction! I adjusted my sites and shot again, the same thing happen it shot in all and any direction but rarely did it shoot straight! Again I adjusted the sights over and over again! Nothing changed. I decided to use different bbs made by Umarex the same thing happen, I checked and inspected the gun for any damage before I started shooting and loading the bbs, I also cleaned the barrel... I removed all factory grease too. This time I brought the target much closer to me. 6 feet away. I hit the pop can BUT it would scatter all over the pop can and not hit where I want it too in the middle! From 6 feet away I should be hitting bullseye dead center! I shot the gun in both single and double action and noticed no difference in the bullet direction when fired. I went threw 4-5 CO2 cartridges shooting bbs and pellets and never did I ever get the gun to shoot straight, where I want it!

    Things that need to be fixed/improved! :
    The blister pack! Why is it packaged in a cheap plastic garbage blister pack? Who at Crosman has their head up there arse? CHANGE the packaging from a blister pack to a regular normal box.
    It should come with more shells too!
    Where is the manual/instruction?? Why did my gun not come with one?
    The hammer and the grips are loose and wobbly!!! How come you guys didn't fix this problem already!!! When you cock the hammer it does not become loose.
    The grips need to be changed big time!!! I dislike the way we need to remove the grip in order to put the co2 inside! The grips are cheap and I am sure it will break one day!

    Almost all air guns are made in Asia! So you don't expect good quality and packaging.

    What others should know about :
    Try out different kinds of pellets to see what your gun enjoys most...
    Remember to always put oil on the Co2 cartridges.
    Check if your gun has a loose hammer & grips.
    And also check if your gun shoots straight from 6 feet away!

    Overall the gun is good but! It will not shoot straight! The loose/wobbly hammer & grips need to be improved!!! And the gun needs to be packaged in a box with a manual.

    Come on Crosman! Get your head together. It's been too long.

    I did not buy this gun from Amazon, I am just letting people who want to buy this gun know what I experienced. I bought my gun from a Canadian store called Le Baron, and I now got my new replacement directly from a Crosman distributor called Gravel Agency.

    Update 1 :
    I have contacted Crosman about my weapon, and they said they will replace my weapon... Today while inspecting the gun and trying out the ejector rod to remove the bullet cartridges, the rod came off as if it was very loose... it came off on its own after I used it to remove the cartridges. It's almost as if this gun is ready to fall apart even though it's NEW!
    I just wish this gun was built much better! The loose/wobbly hammer & creaking squeaky grips must be improved! the plastic package it came with SHOULD be replaced with a regular box! The way you have to remove the grips in order to put the co2 cartridge in the gun is a BIG problem! It is annoying, hard, it can and will break the grip, makes the grip loose, and makes squeaky noises when held in hand. The grip is made with cheap plastic and I am 100% certain it will break one day! Why couldn't Crosman make it so that only one side of the grip comes off so you can access the co2 cartridge?? It's a very dumb! idea to make the whole grip come off. Or you can just leave the grips alone and redesign the gun so that you can put the co2 underneath the grip. And my BIGGEST PROBLEM is that my gun does NOT shoot straight! From 6 feet away I can not get my gun to hit bullseye continually. From 7 yards it's even worse!
    I'll give updates, and test the replacement that I will get from Crosman once it arrives.

    Update 2 :
    YouTube review : [...]
    I received my new replacement from Gravel Agency (Crosman) about a month ago.
    Opened the blister pack, and this time I found a instruction manual... I inspected the gun and noticed that the new replacement has the same problems I had with the first gun, it still has a wobbly/loose hammer and grips, so I guess all SNR357s have this issue*. It doesn't bother me that much anymore but it would be much better if Crosman fixed it. I cleaned and loaded the gun and went outside to shoot, and it was great. The accuracy was much much better I got 1-2 inch groupings from 7 yards. After 1 week I noticed that when ever I pull back the hammer to cock the firearm I have a 'sticky' trigger, the trigger on the weapon does not always push forward freely... when I let go of the trigger with my finger it stays pulled back and does not release on its own. ALSO, when I pull back the hammer to cock the firearm at the same time holding the hammer back and slowly releasing the trigger to decock the firearm I get the "sticky trigger" issue AND also after releasing the trigger and hammer slowly from decocking the firearm, while still holding the trigger, the hammer gets very loose... once I release the hammer and trigger then the hammer is not VERY loose anymore, it only happens whenever I decock the firearm I did not have this on the first day when I received the replacement gun new, another problem which is not that big of a deal but still is worrisome is that the firearms metal frame slightly moves just a tiny bit, when you hold the guns grip in your hand and move the gun up and down you will hear and see that the gun frame moves a tiny bit. I am still thinking if I should get another replacement from Crosman since I do have a 1 year warranty.
    Overall the new replacement shoots better and this time the blister pack included a manual... BUT the gun still has a loose hammer and grips and my gun now has a new problem, it has a sticky trigger. Crosman should replace the blister pack with a normal box like all firearm manufacturers. Overall I give this gun a 3.5 rating. I have a YouTube video review if anybody would like to see more about this gun... Thanks

    Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better! Not bad, but it can be much better!

    Wow, so realistic! Cool, heavy, and smooth. The safety is kinda firm, and needs some oil and breaking in. But so far I’m impressed. Will update after shooting pellets and bb’s tomorrow. But on overal real look and feel. Even the brass casings, it’s crazy. As for the plastic handle, it’s not loose on mine and the inside housing for the co2 cartridge is metal. So it’s only the outer handle that’s plastic. Definitely recommend!

    Realistic, great looking, and feeling. Realistic, great looking, and feeling. Realistic, great looking, and feeling. Realistic, great looking, and feeling. Realistic, great looking, and feeling.

    It's a decent replica firearm that can shoot .177 pellets using a co2 cartridge.

    This is a nice gift for someone that wants to practice their aim without the bang and good for teaching someone basic gun safety as this will do a lot less damage than a real firearm and it's got a good weight so it doesnt actually feel like a toy

    Good for target practice and gun safety training Good for target practice and gun safety training

    Good feel to it. Good weight. Decent muzzle speed for a snub nose. My only wish is that thwy rifled the barrel. 20 feet from the target sitting in a vice in an enclosed building with no wind and the grouping was like 2 to3 inches in diameter with crossman pellets. That seems to be acceptable if it where 20 yards not 20 feet. I also noticed all hits on the targets have elongated holes. Meaning the pellets are definatly tumbling. The smooth boar works as expected for bbs. Just think rifling would be dynamite for pellets. That way target practice would be a test of the shooters abilities rather then the gun.

    Good gun but not the most accurate

    Send back

    1 stars

    Biggest piece of junk. The shell got stuck and can’t get it out without destroying it. Amazon said to return and didn’t do it in time

    Send back

    If you're looking for a BB gun to play around with, this is really a good one.
    Feels good in your hand, solid and heavy. Hammer pulls back smooth, chamber is smooth rotating.
    I was very pleased with this.

    Feels good to hold, heavy and smooth firing

    This thing is solid, very well made, has some serious weight to it, full metal, full function, nice easy action! Definitely NOT a toy! Can't wait to shoot some pop cans with this baby...

    nice easy action nice easy action nice easy action nice easy action nice easy action

    Buen producto

    5 stars

    Me gusta mucho ????????

    Buen producto

    received an open box with nothing in the box. only resurfaced item which does not work at all. Returning for refund

    received an open box with nothing in the box. ... received an open box with nothing in the box. ...

    Gun looks pretty nice, very realistic. Not very accurate though. Plastic handles that hide co2 tank are very flimsy and move around a lot. It actually broke so had to use a rubber band around to keep it in place. Very annoying. Other than that I like it. Shoots pellets and bbs. Medium loudness. When co2 gets low accuracy goes down dramatically. Not too bad for the price.

    Gun looks pretty nice, very realistic Gun looks pretty nice, very realistic Gun looks pretty nice, very realistic
to sum: This product brand is Crosman The score is 4, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 133. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Enjoy the 360 feet per second power
  2. Powered by one 12g CO2 cylinder
  3. Cylinder hides in the grip of the BB pistol
  4. Integrated accessory rail underneath the muzzle
  5. Shoots booth pellets and BBs out of a rotary magazine
  6. Shoots Pellets or BBs
  7. Sythetic frame
  8. Adjustable rear sight and fixed blade front sight
  9. One 8-shot rotary pellet magazine and one 8-shot rotary BB magazine
  10. Manual slide lever safety
to sum: This product brand is Walther The score is 4.1, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.The evaluation number of this product has already been 89, and the reference value is very high. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Semi automatic double action
  2. Caliber .177 BB
  3. 21 round drop free magazine
  4. Highly detailed CO2 powered Luger P.08 replica
  5. Same size and feel as the famous original
  6. Fixed front and rear sights
  7. Made mostly of metal parts to give it its realistic weight
  8. Double action trigger
  9. 21-round magazine drops out for easy loading
  10. This product is restricted from shipment into the state of New York
  11. I got this at my local gun store about a week ago and have been having lots of fun with it, love the weight. The trigger isn't the best but it works. I touched mine up to look more used with a Scotch Brite pad and colored the grips, I'll provide some pics.

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to sum: This product brand is Umarex The score is 4.3, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 190. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Gamo 611006154 Magnum .177
  2. Air guns 500FPS or more. Trigger pull: 3.2 pounds
  3. Manufactured in Spain
  4. I have 2 of the same .22 cal gamo magnum rifles for about 7months. Best of the best break barrel rifles ever. I have 4 others as well,gamo bull whisper extreme,hatsan sniper .25 cal, ruger targis hunter and crossman something. . This blows them all away. Accurate and powerful. The most devistating and amazing pellet that will tear through anything .22 metal mag pellets. More devistating than gaomo rockets. Accurate at 30 35 yrd all day. The most accurate pellet is the H&N crow magnum 18.21 gr, I went through 15 different tins of pellets. Jsb always good but for this rifle and i have 2. They both know that the crowmagnum is there first choice. Accurate as you will find even at long ranges it is a 50 yrd rifle. I love this thing. Trust me when you get this gun your always thinking what else can it do?. Lol. Metal mags w this gun can blow throught sattelite dishes at 25 yard. Gamo rockets i believed were the superman pellet but now i have seen what metal mag pellets do. Its not loud and is a joy to shoot. The recoil reducing rail does work to take the shock off of your scope. I shot plenty of tins of pellets through both of these guns. Its true that you have to break them in. When you do you will see the gun is always accurate w the artillary hold. Dont grip it tight at ALL. Leave it balanced and lightly snug on target and for this gun the H&N 18.21 gr crow magnum pellets will save you the frustration on which one you should buy for accuracy. Thanks for reading my review and i will continue to add updates to it. Good luck. Christmas day. My new awsome pellet. Ultramag 18.2gr. Nice!!!! Ok. Both of my rifles are definately broken in...... the only pellet that will always perform on top of them all is the .22 gamo red fire!!!! The only pellet for this thing. I know i wrote of other pellets before but I now have been using this thing for a while..... gamo red fire...!!!

    Best break barrel on the market so far!!!! Best break barrel on the market so far!!!! Best break barrel on the market so far!!!! Best break barrel on the market so far!!!! Best break barrel on the market so far!!!! Best break barrel on the market so far!!!!

    I have the .177 model and like everyone else has said, it's a brute to cock, hopefully it will get a bit easier as it's used more. But if you want power, that's the price you pay. As other's have mentioned as well it isn't quiet, but Gamo doesn't claim that it is either. In fact it's sounds pretty much like a 22. If you plan on backyard shooting and your neighbors are picky, you might want to pass of this model. As far as accuracy, it took about 6 shots to zero in and with the Beeman lead hollow points that I had on hand it's spot on. The scope seems pretty good too for average use. It is heavier than my Gamo Raptor Whisper and about 2 inches longer overall.
    I tried some H&N 15 grain pellets and this eliminated the sonic crack, so the sound is much more subdued than with lighter pellets. Still might be a more than you want for the backyard, but not that bad at all. I'll probably try some 10 grain and see what they do.

    Just a short update:
    I was having trouble with the rifle shooting to the right. I'd adjust the windage to correct but over time it began shooting to the right again. Apparently the kick of the rifle was causing the windage adjustment to rotate counter-clockwise (shoot to the right). I placed a small piece of heavy foam rubber into the adjustment cap to hold a slight pressure on the thumbscrew and this solved the problem. l am now using H&N Barracuda Match 10.65 grain pellets which are consistent, accurate and keep the gun a lot quieter.
    The photo is of a bottle cap at close to 25 yards using Baracuda match pellets.

    Final update: I gave up on the included scope, it would not hold zero due to recoil no matter what I did and required constant re-adjustment. I went with a Nikon Prostaff and it made a world of difference. What a nice scope, clear bright and the rifle is now spot on accurate.

    Powerful and accurate but loud

    This thing is crazy powerful!!!! I dropped a 40lb hog at 25 yards. My buddy and I stood there in disbelief for a few seconds while the hog dropped dead in its tracks. Didn't even make peep. I highly recommend it !!!!!!! I hope Gammo makes a 25 cal so I can have both calibers.

    I highly recommend it!

    Very very(!!!!!) powerful!
    21grain H&N Barracuda goes thru 2x4, almost every pellet.
    14 grain Gamo Rocket (with steel ball) - also goes thru 2x4, but maybe 30% pellets only.
    2x4 thinner side, soft pine. Hard pine - no way.
    Other pellets (JSB 18 gr, or Crosman 14gr - don't go thru).
    Best accuracy with JSB 18gr (1/4 inch at 20 yards, or better)
    2nd is cheap $7/500 14gr Crosman HP, maybe 3/8 inch at 20 yards.
    Gamo Rocket (14gr) - will not buy again, 1-1.5 inch at 20 yards.
    RWS 14gr - garbage, more than 2 inch at 20 yards.

    Cocking - hard(?), have to do beer breaks after 30-50 shots.
    If you office wimp clicking Enter whole day - better buy CO2 rifle.
    If you average strong - no problemo. (plus U be saving $20/month on gym fees)

    Attached picture - 4 pellets from 20 yards, JSB 18.1 grain. 3 went to almost same hole.....(firs few day)

    After about 1000 pellets and 3 weeks I returned. Accuracy was starting to be bad. Even with different scope.
    But without scope (just open sights) - was still OK. I think barrel mounting/locking system started to "wear".
    Returned, Amazon gave me refund. No more "break barrel" guns for me. I want accuracy - fixed barrel only.
    I bought also Gamo, PCP, Urban. Same price.
    I don't understand why pellet rifle manufacturers put scopes on break barrel guns? Marketing?
    Barrel droop changes on every break-barrel gun, sometimes after 1 week, sometimes after 30 weeks...
    scopes should be used on PCPs or lever rifles only

    Powerful, very accurate (1st month), not for office wimps.

    Shipping came in quick for me. This Gamo break-barrel is awesome. I actually was going to get a PCP air rifle, and I had the money for it, but Christmas is coming, and I have to buy gifts for my relatives, such as a bose radio. I own a shotgun, and a few .177 break-barrels. One of them is a Rugar, and the other is a Gamo bull whisper; Bone Collector. I never had a .22 break-barrel so I searched on the internet for one, and I saw good reviews about the .22 Caliber Magnum air rifle on youtube, and Amazon. even living in the urban area, my area has pest. On a weekend, I shot the .22 Caliber Magnum air rifle at approximately 15 to 22 yards with open site. the target was my old junk tool box. I did not expect for the pellet to pass through a second layer of metal, but it did! I would recommend this item!

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    Great set up

    5 stars

    Very powerful and accurate. I've installed a Hammers 3x9x32mm AO scope with a one piece mount. Great set up .No issues with over 350 rounds. Great results with CPHP 14.3g. I'm getting 940 fps.Shipping was on time but poorly packaged. Was not doubled boxed. Minor scuff on front sight. No real problem.

    Great set up

    I am very impressed I see quite a few people having problems with velocity and sighting, first thing I do when I get my rifle is tighten the screws to the mount and scope to ensure consistency... as far as velocity 1300 is promised with pba ammo. I got it sighted in with the gamo rocket fairly quick with sandbag rest at about 25 yards(I’ll include pics of zero) and first thing I do in deer season is get me a deer clean headshot drops instantly at about 37 yards !!! I sat in amazement it’s all about doing your research to see what is best for your gun. But I would recommend this one to anyone and I have good luck guys

    Power & Accuracy is amazing Power & Accuracy is amazing Power & Accuracy is amazing

    So strong

    5 stars

    This is a real gun i am not kidding it penetrates to every objects i tried its so great I highly recommend it

    So strong

    Shot goes off and you'd be surprised. It hits hard it hits good and straight with the barracuda hunter extreme h&n just got this today and man it will hit holes in holes at 32 yards. I think it can take big game with the right shot placement. I changed out the railing and used the stock scope and sited it in right away. So far so good will do an update later since I just got it today. A little loud but doable for neighbors. It can be comparable to the hatsan 135 qe I bet, Correct me if I'm wrong. It's not as shit as ppl say it is. Very cool to hold the scope is well, the scope is awesome looks and feels like a real scope. Try it and you won't regret unless it comes in broken.

    Warning!! Clean the barrel before even shooting once.

    Five Stars

    5 stars

    Amazing performance. Way beyond all expectations!

    Five Stars
to sum: This product brand is Gamo The score is 4.3, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 174. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. synthetic
  2. Made in the USA and Imported
  3. Made using the highest quality components
  4. Performance and quality tested
  5. The most trusted name is airsoft and airgun accessories and equipment
  6. Semi-automatic air rifle is a reliable shooter that fires as quickly as you can pull the trigger
  7. Exclusive 12-shot rotary pellet clip; windage-adjustable, fiber optic CenterPoint sight
  8. Rifled steel barrel and all-weather synthetic stock are eye-catching and durable
  9. CO2 power source; 0.177 caliber; muzzle velocity up to 625-feet-per-second; 3.7-pound weight and 36.9-inch length
  10. This item is not for sale in some specific zip codes
  11. Entry Level

    4 stars

    This is a very light weight rifle with a relatively short stock which was perfect for my 9 year old. It will get about 50 (accurate) pellets out of each CO2 Cartridge but it will continue with decreased speed for another 10 or so...and then it simply drops the pellet out of the barrel after that, letting you know its time to change out the CO2. If you are a good shot or rest the barrell, you can keyhole shot after shot up to about 25 feet. It will spread out quickly after that and has a max range of about 75 feet with a fresh cartridge. I purchased this for its semi-auto capabilities as my son has a hard time pumping the Daisy multi-pump rifles and is quickly growing out of the Daisy single pumpers. Plus he loves being able to shoot shot after shot.It will not shoot .177 bb's. It is a pellet only rifle. In three days, We went through our first order of 5 cartridges and 300 pellets and nothing has changed. It easily penetrates cans, milk jugs cardboard targets etc. I have been using a 1/4 inch sheet of particle board as a backdrop and it is starting to chew a hole, so I have to move the bullseye to a less damaged area or find something stronger for a backdrop. Cinder blocks are perfect and the lead will actually embed into it..Haven't tried any non-lead pellets.

    Entry Level

    The only dislike for this gun is the rate a 12g CO2 goes crossman really did a awesome job on this air rifle.
    So adding a HPA tap and line you can run this for hours and switch between HPA and CO2. The suppressor is a foam packed airsoft one doesn't do much more then dampen the noise for backyard shooting. This thing is a blast!!

    Endless fun gonna see if there are more upgrades to do Endless fun gonna see if there are more upgrades to do Endless fun gonna see if there are more upgrades to do Endless fun gonna see if there are more upgrades to do

    im just impressed that it can actually shoot. I've had so many ups and downs with this thing lots of fighting cursing and just dicking around with the sights and scope rails to get to shoot correctly. At the time of writing this review I've had the gun for 3 months and I've already shot 500 rounds of h&n barracuda hunter extreme hollow points 9.57 grain ammo. i have not tried air guns of any kind prior to buying this crosman 1077 in fact i have never shot any kind of gun at all ever. so i feel its important i mention my experience with air guns is at zero. i thought this would be a decent choice for a first gun but nah.

    right out of the box i can see the rear sights plate are tilted perpendicular to my line of sight when aiming at a target. im thinking no big deal i see a square drive screw i can loosen to adjust the metal plate. so im doing it and as i tighten the rear sight plate it returns back to its original tilted position wtf so i just gave up on adjusting it. for the first two weeks after i got the gun i was shooting it everyday and trying to get familiar with the accuracy to no avail. i seriously wanted to give this thing everything Ive got with my thumb detecting nut rounder and call it a day. maybe the gun i received was a dud and its a quality control problem.

    i tried shooting a grey squirrel aiming for a headshot on the squirrel's right side at 7 yards and to my surprise i did kill it with 1 shot using h&n barracuda hunter extreme hollow points. i was also able to hit a 18650 lithium ion battery on center at 10 yards and that is outdoors on a hot summer day with no wind at all using a fresh 12gram co2 cartridge. any greater distance shots will miss. i do my best to hold the gun really steady. i think 5 shot groups on paper targets where about 2 inches across at 10 yards also with the same conditions if i remembered correctly. (i might retest it again since i didn't write notes or take pictures of my initial results) i don't have a chronograph to check muzzle velocities so i just won't till i get one and maybe test it.

    the build quality is what i expected for 65 dollars. its all plastic except for the barrel and screw cap to pierce the 12gram co2 cartridge. trigger pull is very heavy and after 500 pulls its definitely getting sloppy. the gun does have a safety bar that pushes side to side. i find that this air gun will fire only when the trigger is pulled the full distance. half pulls do nothing. it does fully rebound back for the next shot.

    after the first 2 weeks i have stopped using using it completely. its just nfg and not worth the 60ish dollars. perhaps its for someone who wants to pop soda cans at point blank range otherwise i do not recommend it to anyone

    65 dollar gun with 65 dollar accuracy 65 dollar gun with 65 dollar accuracy 65 dollar gun with 65 dollar accuracy
to sum: This product brand is Crosman The score is 3.9, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 439. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Shoots 375 feet per second
  2. 10-Shot BB pistol
  3. Polymer frame
  4. Realistic revolver action
  5. Integrated hex key in grip
  6. Great gun for the price! I love revolvers and this one looks big and bad. Mounting rails on top and bottom. I mounted a red dot scope on mine. The gun was pretty accurate with just the iron sights. The scope made it extremely accurate.

    This gun is also capable of shooting pellets. I ordered a set of pellet magazines which were for the COLT 44 revolver. Both guns used the same bb magazines so the pellet magazine for that gun also works with this one. That was another plus for this gun.

    Can't go wrong with the Brodax, especially at this price point!

    Sometimes you get a little more than what you pay for.....

    [[VIDEOID:d754d688e6d0a7a3c88d17d7c6f5ccc3]] This BB gun is quite amazing. It’s got some weight which makes it very nice, the internals are all metal and very well constructed. The plastic is very very durable and very hard to scratch. Out of the box the the looks wowed me, very well construction and design very eye appealing. I have found that when loading the gun, you will want to use Steel BB’s as those fit best into the rotary mags. The hex key built into the handle for me was very easy to get to and makes it a lot more convenient than lugging a hex key around. When inserting your CO2 you will want to put a dab of pellgun oil on the top of the cartridge, this allows lubrication for the puncture needle and the O-ring within the gun and keeps a seal. The gun is pretty accurate and I have so far cycled about 100 bb’s through it, 65-70 is when you’ll need to exchange CO2 cartridges. The gun is very strong, I shot it at about 50 feet at a piece of wood and it stuck into it. I also shot metal targets at about 50 feet and it leaves a noticeable dent in them. I choose to use single action as it makes the trigger weight less, although it does shoot as double as well. The noise produced from this gun is pretty intimidating, indoors it sounds close to a .22, outdoors it’s about as loud as a clap. Overall I am VERY impressed with this product and HIGHLY recommend it.

    Love the Brodax Revolver! Love the Brodax Revolver!

    This gun is great and its fun to shoot but I keep having problems with the BB's staying in the cylinder. I have been using the standard Crossman bulk BB's but I have some BB's from Umarex on the way so hopefully that clears that up.
    Whatever small issues it has it's definately a mean looking revolver. The barrel terminates about a half inch before the end so it really looks like a large caliber revolver even at short distance. The two rails give you plenty of space to mount sights, lasers, flashlights, or all three and the holographic sight I have on mine is on there solid and straight.
    All in all I would 100% recommend this to anyone who is looking for a fun BB gun with a low price point. Pick one up.

    Definitely a 5 star for the price! Definitely a 5 star for the price! Definitely a 5 star for the price! Definitely a 5 star for the price! Definitely a 5 star for the price! Definitely a 5 star for the price!

    I really like this air pistol. It is fun to shoot and looks bad ass. I added a little red/green dot sight to mine but it was accurate before that with its fixed sights. I like using it in my backyard to shoot cans while I'm grilling.

    Go ahead, Punk! Make my day! Go ahead, Punk! Make my day! Go ahead, Punk! Make my day!

    Great pistol for the money. Shoots BBS straight and has a substantial feel in the hand. I like the grip angle, it feels like classic revolver and looks like a beast.

    Nice single action trigger. DA is squishy and imprecise like most other revolvers, but shooting fast just wastes co2 anyhow. If I take a few seconds between shots I'll get about 80 per cartridge, but unloading all 10 a couple times brings that way down.

    Rail space is very generous and the sights are accurate enough. I used a sharp knife to knock down a few rough edges and casting marks around the sight areas- but really what I need is a $20 red dot for my $25 pistol. I put some cheap plastic airsoft accessories on it and this thing is ready for some tactical night plinking...

    Really great pistol for cheap Really great pistol for cheap Really great pistol for cheap

    This is my favorite bb pistol so far.
    Like the 10 round magazine. I use Hornady black diamond BBs they fit snug and don't fall out. I haven't tried other's but these work. I cannot use open sights with my eyesight so I put a field sport red/green dot sight $20.00 on it.
    The trigger action on this is just right for me, allowing more steady shots.
    Can't believe how nice this is for $35
    I shoot at 25 feet and it's pretty accurate with the red dot.
    The action on this is the same as the python 357 which I also own. People wonder if the pythons pellet cartridges will work in the brodax. In my opinion they do and very well. Just remember the pellets load into the back of the metal cartridge whereas bbs load into the front of the plastic cartridges. Pyramid air sells a 3 pack for abt $10.

    Great value. Fun plinker.

    Five Stars

    5 stars

    that is relly good toy ,i like it

    Five Stars

    5 stars to this bad ass gun weighs close 2 pounds umarex should sell more guns like this for the low price they would sell good!!!!! Badass guns will recommend

    5 stars to this bad ass gun weighs close 2 pounds umarex should sell ...

    Loud

    5 stars

    A tad too loud if you live in an apartment with neighbors other than that way worth the money spent

    Loud

    Five Stars

    5 stars

    Great looking BB gun!

    Five Stars
to sum: This product brand is Umarex The score is 4.2, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 119. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Shoots .22 Caliber Pellets
  2. Velocity (fps): 460 Pellet
  3. Single shot bolt-action
  4. Variable Pump Power
  5. Adjustable rear sight (peep or open)
  6. Bought this to deal with a rodent problem. I've tried everything from sonic deterrents to sticky and electric traps, even the peppermint oil seems to attract them. This along with the EOTech sight I bought from Amazon have shown positive results.

    Two pumps does it all

    First, the bad
    1. Very light construction. Cocking linkage anchor points on pump handle are very thin material. Rivet head is also.
    2. barrel fits loose in front sight, sight is loose and moves side to side with slightest contact, very loose fit at mounting pin.
    3. Rear sight is plastic and its mounting block is not perfectly aligned with the bore or horizon, tilted slightly to the right.
    4. The trigger is horrible!
    The good
    1. Very inexpensive and looks great!
    2. It shoots 3 hole one shot groups at 10 meters right out of the box. Even with an old guy who can't hardly see the sights, just a blur.
    3. Those one hole groups all hit the center of a 1 inch circle using a bag rest every time.
    4. There is nothing else available at this price point that I know of that even comes close to this performance.
    5. There is no end to the improvements you can make with this gun if you so desire.
    6. One can only imagine how well it would shoot with a good trigger.
    7. The grandfather of this gun is a Crossman 1300. I have one in 22 caliber and it is older than dirt, 25+ years maybe more, I can't remember ever not owning it, I am 68 years old. It still shoots great. Crossman parts are cheap and easy to get if you need them. The guns are easy to work on. My old one broke its cocking link due to my abuse. (15 pumps) I just made a new one out of rusty scrap. Like I said super easy to work on.

    I need to install the scope that I have in my 1300 on this gun to see what it can really do. The 1300 has much better iron sights that do not move around.

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    Shoots RWS lead pellets @ 500 FPS with 10 pumps. Shoots RWS lead pellets @ 500 FPS with 10 pumps. Shoots RWS lead pellets @ 500 FPS with 10 pumps.

    For the price you really can't beat this air pistol. It feels pretty solid in your hands even with the plastic pump handle and grips. Decent power but requires lots of pumping which is fine since this is after all a pump air pistol. Power is adequate for plinking or minor pest control. Operation is straight forward. Pump to desired power, pull bolt back, put pellet in, aim, take off safety, and pull trigger, repeat. First thing I noticed was the pump handle has side to side play on the hinge but it doesn't effect the pumping action. The first shot was way off and so was a handful of shots afterwards. After checking the pellets and targets, I finally got it hitting consistently at 20ft but the rear sight had to be adjust way off to the side of the barrel which looks a little weird. Overall a decent product but could use better qc.

    Pro - inexpensive
    decent power
    decent accuracy
    low noise

    Con - pump handle has side to side play
    requires multiple pumps for full power
    rear sight had to be adjust way off to the side

    Inexpensive little pistol Inexpensive little pistol

    50 shots, 300 pumps and done ... I put on the steel breech, mounted a scope, and sighted it in. Then I saw that the new 1322 is doing exactly what my older 1377 did: the pin that holds the pump handle is working out. It is within 1mm of popping loose after 50 shots. This is my third defective Crosman pellet gun. The last 1322 was DOA: it would not hold pressure and shoot the pellet. This one now has nice upgrades: steel breech and scope. I have to decide if four is a charm because I can't find any match for this little pellet gun. All they need to do is flare the ends of the press fit pin - come on Crosman. Can't blame it on the manufacturing: it is a design flaw.

    300 pumps and done

    I purchased this gun for just shooting in my back yard. I also wanted to shoot it with my grandson to teach him gun safety and how to shoot. I quickly found out that I loved the pistol. It is fun to shoot and where else can you practice your shooting skills for about a penny a shot.

    The gun right out of the packing materials was very accurate. I could hit a target 20 yards away as well as repeatedly shoot a Coke can at the same distance. I generally use 5 to 6 pumps for each shot. The manual recommends no more than 10 pumps or you might damage the pressure tube or the seal.

    Here are some things that I did that were simple and I found helped while shooting the pistol:

    • After using the pistol for only a short period I noticed the internal pump lever was rubbing the side of the pump channel. I had purchased some Crosman gun oil so I lubricated the pump pins, pump seal and the O-ring seal that touches the back of the pellet. Pumping the pistol was easier and the pellet seemed to shoot with more force. It only takes just a drop or two or oil placed in the right positions.
    • I had trouble seeing the sights properly. I had a white paint pen that I used to label my rifle magazines and I took it and put white on the rear of the front sight and I drew a 3 sided box around the rear sight aperture. It made a big difference in my ability to see the sight and to shoot better.
    • I saw that there was a rifle stock available for the pistol from Crosman. I purchased it from a website at a good price and installed it onto the pistol. It made the gun easier to pump and improved my accuracy even more. I am 6’ 2” with long arms and I had absolutely no problems with the stock length.

    I love that fact that I can go outside and shoot without buying CO2 cartridges. I also like the low cost of the pellets versus any type of ammunition. I like the fact that there are several accessories available to upgrade the pistol.

    I’ll probably hold off on more accessories for a while as I would rather spend my money on my more expensive pistols and rifles. I do like shooting this Crosman pellet gun and I am practicing my shooting skills and monitoring my breathing, trigger pull, pistol grip and shooting with both eyes open. It is easy to get into bad habits and practice makes perfect.

    I'll post a couple of photos with the new stock and of the modifications I made to the gun sights so you can see the mods that I have done. This is a great pellet gun and I like it!

    I have posted photos of the front and rear sights with them colored in with a white paint pen. It makes the pistol much easier to shoot. As you can see, the highlighted sights are much easier to see and they allow you to quickly sight in on the target and they help to give you greater accuracy and faster target acquisition. I have found that using the rifle stock and the sights with white paint on them that my shooting accuracy has improved and the patterns are getting tighter. I found the riflestock helped me to hold the gun more steady and take my time in shooting which resulted in hitting the bullseye more often.

    What is nice with this gun is that you can make some upgrades without spending a lot of money. There are a lot of low cost upgrades for this pistol than can make it more reliable and more accurate.

    I have seen many optional upgrades like a better barrel that provides longer life and can serve as a mounting platform for other upgrades. You can add a rail to the better barrel to use as an mounting platform for nice shooting accessories to further improve your shooting accuracy.

    Once you get the rail you can add in a red dot sight. They also make and sell lower cost lasers that can be fun to shoot with on this pistol. It makes it nice that you can upgrade this pistol with a lot of features that don’t cost a lot but make the gun unique to fit your style of shooting.

    It is a good training pistol for a young adult or an adult to use to hone their shooting skills. This gun has become a hit at my home as many of my grandsons want to shoot it outside when they come over.

    I have enjoyed this purchase a lot more than I expected too. So have my grandsons as they love to shoot the pistol. Just remember that this is not a toy and to have people learn the rules of the proper way to handle a pistol.

    This is worth every penny I have spent on it and I enjoy the time we spend shooting it. This is a good hobby to shoot this low cost gun and with low cost pellets. It is fun to shoot as a practice pistol or as a pistol to control small varmints. I never thought we would have so much fun shooting this air pistol.

    This is really a fun item to purchase if you are a fan of shooting. I just love shooting a tin can across the yard for the fun of it. It’s an inexpensive way to have fun in your own back yard just plunking away at targets.

    The quality of this pistol is good and it works well. It is fun to shoot for an hour for a few pennies a shot.

    If you love to shoot a pistol then this is the best entertainment you can buy.

    This is a good pellet pistol that is fun to shoot and provides good practice for your shooting skills! This is a good pellet pistol that is fun to shoot and provides good practice for your shooting skills! This is a good pellet pistol that is fun to shoot and provides good practice for your shooting skills!

    This pistol is awesome! With GAMO TS-22 pellets I shot a grouping that could have been covered with a dime from 5 yards. It also hits very hard, piercing thick plastic pill bottles and quilted movers blankets with ease. The biggest draw back is the pumping action. The max recommended pumps per shot is 10, and believe me, that's plenty. At around pump 7, it gets very difficult to continue. After taking 10 shots at max pumps, you'll be ready for a break.

    Would I recommend it to a friend? Yes. Would I buy it again? I did, only in co2 version.

    Hard hitter. Hard pumper.

    Easily gets 5 stars for price to performance ratio and another for all the customization possible. Modular platforms are great bases for all kinds of changes. Out of the box mine was crony'ing 488fps @ 10 pumps using H&N FTT 5.52's and 587fps with H&N FTT Greens. off hand I was surprisingly able to hit a 10" gong 2 55 yards with both pellets consistently. @ 14 pumps it manages 640fps with the FTT Greens and 513fps with the ftt 5.52's. Should easily make a 800fps capable carbine with some cheap mods (longer barrel, higer capacity valve and unrestricted transfer port. I will note that the crown on the barrel is absolutely terrible and is affecting acurracy but since I'm swapping to a better barrel its not a big deal and even with the crap crown job I'm hitting @ 55 yards rested.

    Beat it for the money, I dare you!

    It serves exactly the purpose I purchased it for. Practice... I can shoot this thing in my basement without worrying about the cops being called on me. For a cheapy pump pistol, this thing is pretty accurate! Very good for practice and for teaching beginner shooters. (Photo: Shot an Army standard zero target at 15 feet.)

    this thing is pretty accurate! Very good for practice and for teaching ... this thing is pretty accurate! Very good for practice and for teaching ...

    Great gun and value. Lots of fun. Iguana problem solved!

    Josie Wales comes to town... Josie Wales comes to town...

    Outstanding .22 caliber pellet gun with a lot of power. It’s mostly metal, and though it arrived only today, I get the feeling that this piece will last for the long haul. I have a Daisy CO2 (very powerful), but this gives it a run for its money and it doesn’t require CO2 which is not only economical but also eliminates the possibility of leakage or declining performance after every shot. We have a raccoon problem (one of our turtles, who we had for some 30 years, was taken from his cage by two of the savage beasts and mutilated. The scene when we awoke the next day was macabre. They also chewed off one of my turtles feet some 20 years ago and slaughtered our chickens after breaking into the coup. The local raccoon population had better make themselves scarce.
    I ordered at 9pm last night, and to my great satisfaction, it was here at 9:30 today. The 12.5-hour order-to-delivery time is nothing shy of incredible! Amazon Prime is worth the every penny, for those of you who may be on the fence.

    Efficient, Powerful, Well-Made, a Steal at $50 Efficient, Powerful, Well-Made, a Steal at $50
to sum: This product brand is Crosman The score is 4.4, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 366. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. 10-Shot break barrel allows you to shoot up to ten pellets without reloading
  2. Velocity 1300 feet per second (fps) with PBA Platinum
  3. 3-9x40 Air Rifle Scope
  4. Inert Gas Technology (IGT)
  5. 2-Stage adjustable Custom Action Trigger (CAT)
  6. Fluted Polymer Jacketed Steel barrel with Whisper Maxim Technology
  7. I hate the overused, frequently exaggerated phrase I'm about to use but, this rife is a game changer. Got it in .177. No more fumbling for pellets, more second shot game opportunities, & and puts new life in a well worn medium. If you used any of the Gamo guns with the great Custom Action Trigger (not Smooth Action), this is the same in repeater form. Just watch out that you dont dry fire the thing cuz you didnt keep shot count with that stupid grin on your face. Even tho the shots remaining is clearly indicated its easy to get caught up in the coolness. And, this makes it much easier to quickly get a scope sighted. I have a well used Bone Collector with the CAT and recoil reducing rail & they work as advertised, as they do on this rifle as well. Still working on my best pellet selection but accuracy is good out of the box & should only get better. So far JSB Exact Heavy is the leader but many more to try. Will get a .22 as well when the prices come
    down.
    UPDATE - I've posted photos of my pellet tests so far. Stock 3-9x40 stock scope, with fixed 35 yard parallax, is still performing well. The Swarm had about 50 break-in pellets shot through it & was cleaned before these tests. They are all 5 shot groups @ 10 yards while sitting at a table. Where you see 3 holes, that's still 5 pellets. JSB Diabolo Exact Heavy @ 10.3 gr are still the leader (single rough hole), Crosman Hollow Point did OK, as did the RWS Hobby @ 7.0 gr, and surprisingly, the cheap Beeman Hollow Point (coated) also did well. The JWS Straton Pointed @ 8.3gr may be a good long distance hunter. 30 yard tests won't happen for a week or two. The only thing I don't like about the rifle is it must be cleaned from the muzzle, and forget bore snakes (no, I'm not yet willing to take apart the loading mechanism. A small price to pay.
    IMPORTANT - I have discovered that the magazine can cause accuracy problems. After finding the best pellets @ 10 yrds, I tried the pellet (Beeman Kodiac 10.55 gr) in all 5 magazines, 5 shots per each mag. 3 mags resulted in 1 jagged hole, 1 mag yeilded a 3/4" spread & 1 a 1.25" spread. While the cause is not yet fully determined, the spring in the1.25" spread feels weaker or loose compared to the others. I also saw a complaint on a review elsewhere that the pellets were falling out of the mag when cocked. I only had that trouble with Daisy Flat Nose (wad cutter). It may have been in the weak spring mag as well but cant confirm that yet.

    Get it, shoot it, you'll like it. See target photos Get it, shoot it, you'll like it. See target photos

    This is gonna be an extensive .177 review. First off this gun is incredible. I’m pretty sure I read every review before I bought this gun and watched every video on YouTube. Unboxing and putting the scope on was simple. I read how some people screwed up the scope after breaking open the barrel. To me, really have to not be paying attention to screw it up. Out of the box the scope has a notch where it fits on to the premounted rail. Put it on, tighten up three screws with the included torx wrench and you’re off. I went through and cross tightened all the other screws on the scope just to be sure. After that, you’re ready to break in the gun. In MY experience, I didn’t start getting consistent shots until at LEAST 75 shots got ran through it. After that I started getting consistent groups and THEN started adjusting the scope. People saying that their scope isn’t accurate, I think may have been trying to adjust it too soon. I sighted mine in to be dead on at 25 yards since that’s about how far I need to take out my pests. However, aiming high, I was able to knock down 4 paint cans with 4 shots at around 55yards. It’s going to drive nails, it’s a pellet gun, you can’t expect that. I will say though that even at about 40 yards with a 10gr pellet, I could get 3 shot groups within a 2” circle. So that’s the accuracy aspect. How does it feel? It feels comfortable, the scope is easy to see, the “whisper barrel” or whatever...if anything provides a nice large barrel to grab on to. The magazine works great - surprisingly and the cocking is amazingly smooth but my girlfriends 70yo dad had some trouble. Just be sure to push the pellets ALL THE WAY IN. So there are some downsides but nothing that I fault the gun for. First you CAN double cock it. Obviously you don’t want to fire it with 2 pellets loaded but you can take the second pellet out with some needle nose pliers. Also, you can dry fire the gun (which I haven’t done that). Both of these problems are easy to do when you get caught up having so much fun and don’t pay attention. I’ll try to remember to write an updated review after I put a few hundred more shots through. I expect it to only get more accurate. This gun is seriously a ton of fun. And remember, this is not Ralphies Red Ryder. This is a dangerous weapon and the power does cause a lot of ricochets. Pay attention and shoot safe!

    This gun is impressive. AND SO MUCH FUN!!!

    Fun and deadly

    5 stars

    This is still one of my favorite Airguns. I have several other Airguns but I really enjoy shooting this thing. It’s my go-to hunting gun and it’s no slouch at the range or on the bench.

    Chambered in .22, this thing will deliver plenty of knockdown power for any crow, skunk, rabbit, or raccoon. Sometimes too much power; at close ranges, the pellet will pass right through the critter without expanding much. At medium range this thing will wallop a jackrabbit right off his feet. At long range it will knock a crow off a fence post with authority.

    It’s pretty accurate, I have no problem hitting a 12” dia steel gong at 75 yards. The wind will blow the pellets around too much past that distance, but I reckon it’s deadly out to 100yds. Like all Airguns, it has some pellets that it likes more than others, but it’s not too picky. Luckily, it seems to do just fine with cheap pellets; my particular gun does well with the Gamo Hunter. I’ve put thousands of rounds through this gun and dozens of different kinds of pellets; Never had a failure to feed or a jam. This gun just works.

    It’s fun and easy to shoot. The magazine is an awesome selling point in its own right, but also the power with which it puts lead downrange really seals the deal.

    Fun and deadly Fun and deadly Fun and deadly Fun and deadly

    Gun #1
    I was super pumped about this gun when I first got it, up until about shot number 150, then the 10 quickshot system failed. The springs come off and got smashed by the breach and never worked again. We tried to fix it, but nothing worked. Gun number #1 returned.
    Gun #2
    Gun worked as designed for about 500 shot (see the photo). Then all of a sudden the 10 quickshot system failed AGAIN. This time the gun would not seat the pellets in the gun, they would simply fall out (you could see where it started to go into the barrel but would get ejected as the barrel closed). I tried different pellets and oiled the push rod as many on the various forums stated.
    There is a lot of discussion about how poor GAMO's quality is.............I won't buy another GAMO based off of this experience
    Gun #2 went back
    THE GOOD:
    The gun was fun to shoot while it lasted (which wasn't long)
    THE BAD:
    I hate having to return things, although Amazon has been very good about the returns.

    DEFECTIVE X 2 GUNS - Both Returned

    Received this via UPS on 8/18/18. Packaging was excellent. Assembled scope and loaded my first magazine and started spec'ing in the scope! I started with "Diabolo Jumbo Heavy" .22 caliber, 18.1 grain pellets. I ran about 3/4 of the tin through the gun and couldn't get it to stay on target. As I was loading a magazine I noticed a good part of the remaining pellets had the skirt of the pellet just a little out of shape or dinged right up. I realized that was my issue!! I then loaded my magazines with "Gamo Hunter" .22 caliber 15.3 gr. pellets and started the spec-ing in process all over. I observed the "Gamo" pellets were all uniform and without defects as I was loading the mags. With-in 5-10 shots the scope was zeroed in and has stayed zeroed in since. I have run 500+ pellets down range and you can't wipe the smile off my face. It is to the point that I now shoot at the smaller dime sized circles on the targets as the Bullseye is too easy to hit now! I would recommend this gun to anybody who asked me!! (I spec'd in the scope at about 30 yards 14 feet up on my deck, with a downward slope!)

    Absolutely love this gun! Absolutely love this gun! Absolutely love this gun!

    Excellent, high powered air rifle. I have the .22calibet made for small game hunting. With a little effort, the scope zeros and holds well. After about 100 or so pellets, the barrel settles in nicely and produces good groupings. Photos show groupings from 30yards using H&N Barracuda hunting pellets. Definitely accurate and plenty of power to take out everything from squirrels to raccoons, with the right pellets in the right place.

    Don’t hesitate! Excellent quality! Don’t hesitate! Excellent quality! Don’t hesitate! Excellent quality!

    THIS RIFLE FOR A BREAK BARRLE RIFLE! IT IS ONE OF THE BEST I HAVE EVER FIRED.THE TEN CLIP AUTO FEEDER IS AWESOME. I HAVE FIRED OVER 500 SHOTS AND HAVE HAD NO PROBLEMS WITH THE AUTO FEEDER..

    MAKE SURE SCOPE IS LOCKED IN TO THE RAIL AS SUGGESTED. THIS RIFLE WILL BEAT THE CRAP OUT OF SCOPES.

    I just received my new Game Swarm Maxxim .22 caliber rifle but had to wait a few days for the pellets to arrive. They just got here! Out to the backyard I go. I created several targets and set them on a cardboard box about 75 feet from my patio. Using an old bed pillow as my rest, I loaded up the first 10 Predator GTO 11.75 grain pellets in the rotary magazine. This is a great feature!
    The first shot was within 1/2 of bullseye! Next 9 shots groups within a four in circle. Three clicks up and three clicks left on the scope. Next ten shots were all grouped within a 1" circle, slightly below and left of bullseye. It's too hot outside to stay out there for long (south of Houston TX) so I'll test fire more when it's a bit cooler. But for an out-of-the-box experience, this was really impressive to me.

    Impressive out-of-box experience. Impressive out-of-box experience.

    Gamo has struck again...
    #1 Gamo.. You shipped my gun in its original box... Why?! There was ZERO protection and rhe box was OPEN when it arrived.
    #2 Shooting this gun would be a blast (100 shots in and it fires flawlessly and i enjoy the trigger) IF the scope was not trashed upon arrival (see pics) the scope mounted perfectly to the gun.. But as youll see the reticle is atleast 12° off... HOW GAMO?!?!?!
    3. LAST CHANCE... This is the last time anyone of my friends family and followers will be purchasing a gamo anything. Trash.

    Gamo hates its customers..

    I received a unit where the scope does not mount far enough back from the magazine mechanism to install the lens cover. The scope has a pin that sets into a hole on the rail of the gun and the rail has a set screw that locks it into position so there is no way to adjust it back or forwards. The front of the scope is millimeters away from the magazine housing. I did not expect much from the scope to begin with but to not be able to use it as expected out of the box is disheartening. I have sent the company an email but it looks to be defective machining on the placement of the set screw on the barrel.
    I will update this post when I get a response from Gamo.
    Update: Response from Gamo was pointless. Loosening the screws does not fix the problem in any manner. The machining is way off on the barrel where the rail attaches. I can machine the barrel myself or just continue to use it without the scope. This comment also goes to the poster that suggests the same. This is not my first or last rifle and definitely not my first scope.

    I received a unit where the scope does not mount ...
to sum: This product brand is Gamo The score is 4.1, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 269. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Shoots .177 Caliber Pellets
  2. Velocity (fps): 600 Pellet
  3. Single shot bolt-action
  4. Variable Pump Power
  5. Adjustable rear sight (peep or open)
  6. [[VIDEOID:77f34bf189d37e01d782fd4d04f0ebe1]] I have had it for a few weeks but being Michigan and March. Cold windy every day. From 12 to 20 mph winds. Messed with iron sights but 76 and poor eyes so I put a cheap 3x9 on it. As almost 90 percent crossmans shoot best with crossmans pellets. Tried 4 types. The wad cutters from crossmans worked best. The 1250 count in the milk carton from Amazon for 13.99 . Even in crazy wind I could get small groups. . I put stick stuff under scope but didn't stop the wiggle. Didn't matter shot excelent. I always take a tin top and spray a very small amount of any pam sprays and put in 100? Slowly. Swirl them and then dump them in the can. This has helped every pellet gun I have. And I have 40 or so from. 177 few of them and up to. 50 can. Trigger pull I'd 7 pounds stock. Fine for a occasion shooter or younger people. I cut my spring and now is 2 1/5 pounds.
    My fat buddy hears me shoot and she will come up begging for saltines crackers.
    Shooting at 15 yards or 45 feet the dots I shoot at are a 1/4 inch

    Great price amazon and  great pelet gun Great price amazon and  great pelet gun Great price amazon and  great pelet gun Great price amazon and  great pelet gun

    After reading a comparison favoring of the Multi Pump .177 cal over the .22 cal, and after seeing this low price that Amazon was selling this model "exclusively for Prime members", I decided to purchase it. I have had the Crosman 2289 "Backpacker" model for several years and it has proved to be of excellent quality. However, I cannot say the same thing with regard to the P1377BR model I purchased from Amazon and now wonder if there is a reason it is being sold at such a low price.

    This Crosman "feels" cheap and the pump mechanism is not nearly as smooth as my 2289 model. Some of the "feeling" can be fixed...I have already replaced the hand grips with better quality grips and that helped. I've also ordered a "Wood Backpacker 2289 Fore Arm" on eBay to replace the cheap feeling fore arm...the shape of the Backpacker Fore Arm alone will contribute to a smoother pump, although it is obvious it will not solve the fundamental problem that the internal mechanism is not up to the same standards that I expected.

    Update April 15: I replaced the For Arm with the "Wood Backpacker 2289" model that I obtained from ebay, staining the wood to a desirable color. Not only does this improve the look of the gun, it is an improvement to in the pistol pump. The wood is light enough that there is not a measurable increase in weight and there is much less fear of pinching fingers while pumping.
    I've notice that the price of this model has increased significantly since my purchase and I no longer see it advertised as "exclusively for Prime members". Perhaps Amazon is now using a different source in selling this model that maintains higher standars. ; Therefore I'd recommend paying closer attention to the latest reviews.

    A once excellent Multi Pump that no longer lives up to its reputation

    Respect the damage it can do. Great plinking fun. This is my 3.5 inch grouping of ten consecutive shots from 50 feet using a standing tripod (6 pumps). Standard sights only (no scope)

    Not a toy!  But still fun

    Love these. I think should hace a tritium tube at front dight for ease of finding front dight and inturn aquire the targer sooner.

    These are not toys.

    Great little packable "survival" rifle. I used my 1077 to punch a hole completely through a dime! (After several shots). Do yourself a favor and buy the stock for it. I put some 550 paracord around it for bonus "survival-ness" Such a great air rifle!

    awesome classic air pistol/carbine awesome classic air pistol/carbine

    This is an accurate air pistol but the iron sights are crap.
    I added a clever craft scope mount and a compact 4x32 scope and turned it into shooter for another $75.
    Can’t miss with it.
    .

    Can’t miss with it Can’t miss with it
to sum: This product brand is Crosman The score is 4.4, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 152. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Made of highest quality material
  2. Manufacturer: Daisy
  3. Daisy 177 cal pellet rifle 901
  4. .177 cal. BB or pellet ammo with steel rifled barrel
  5. 50 shot BB or single shot pellet capacity
  6. 750 fps max. velocity
  7. Multi-pump pneumatic action
  8. Black composite stock and forearm with TRUGLO fiber optic front and adjustable open rear sights
  9. This product is restricted from shipment into the state of New York
to sum: This product brand is Daisy The score is 4.4, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 110. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Blowback Slide Mechanism
  2. Capacity: 16 Pellets Double Magazine
  3. Fixed sights with Reflective White Dots
  4. Textured Plastic grips
  5. CO2-powered air pistol with authentic look and feel
  6. Blowback design moves slide backward when firing
  7. Rifled steel barrel and textured plastic grip
  8. 16-pellet double magazine; velocity of up to 450 fps
  9. 0.177 caliber; measures 7.8 inches; weighs 1.5 pounds
  10. I bought this Gamo blow back pellet pistol to replace my Beretta that was stolen. Nice pistol, plenty power,16 round semi-auto. Only thing I'm not crazy about is the safety. Located above the thumb, requires both hands to lock and remove. Changing co2 is easy and it's comfortable in my hand.

    Safety is not one finger on/off.

    High quality realistic looking air gun. For practice shooting it's fun. Feels just like shooting a real .22 pistol blowback feature is cool.

    For practice shooting it's fun. Feels just like shooting a real For practice shooting it's fun. Feels just like shooting a real

    NICE PISTOL. POWERFUL AND IT MAY TAKE A WHILE TO HIT THE BULLS EYE, IT TOOK ME 2 MINUTES. ANYWAY, AFTER YOU GET USED TO IT ITS EASY. IF IT JAMS IT IS VERY EASY TO UN-JAM, ASK ME HOW. I ATTACHED A COUPLE OF PICS OF BOTH VERSIONS OF THIS PISTOL WITH PUNISHER STICKERS, THANKS Gamo

    NICE PISTOL. POWERFUL NICE PISTOL. POWERFUL

    PT85 has plastic magazine retainer wont hold last 400 shots. If your magazine isnt destroyed in the 1st 100 shots.
    P25 Same pile of plastic garbage as PT85. I have 2 PT85 1 is SOCOM the barrel is so loose i have replaced it with a longer Crosman barrel. The original Gamo Barrel was too sloppy Crosman 2" Barrel mod perfect no slop 600fps
    What you get with Gamo is a piss poor product 30 day You Pay warranty and a moron named Bob for Service Manager.
    Buy all metal Umarex HPP

    GAMO Cheap Plastic Poor Defective Product 30 Day Warranty Ditch Out GAMO Cheap Plastic Poor Defective Product 30 Day Warranty Ditch Out GAMO Cheap Plastic Poor Defective Product 30 Day Warranty Ditch Out

    Just stepping in these reviews, I had a PT-85 a couple months ago, bought it at Wally 's world (cheap!), used it for about 500 rounds, thought it was a super piece of equipment! After my brother bought the same one, I saw the difference between the two.
    His was blasting the heck out of it!!!! So I returned my gun to uncle Wally and picked up another one yesterday. I 'm telling you, this is not a toy, hell no, what a difference!
    I 'm pretty convinced that you can kill some animals with it or even hurt a human being seriously, not to mention blowing an eye out of his head like 'that', so please please please be careful with these PT 85 's, it 's a great gun but you need to handle it like a real gun, so needles to say that you don 't hand it over to a kid. I 'm proof that I bought a second one, what ever happens to this one, I 'll buy another one again if needed. I also bought that Gamo laser light yesterday, mounted it on it and now I have to adjust it somewhere next week, but it looks great on the pistol and has some needed use for me, pretty sure that this is an extra helpful tool to aim better and hit your targets more accurate. Believe me, after 500 rounds, I know you need a laser light to get some accuracy.
    Planning on using it as some sort of defense tool during our Geocaching hikes here in the desert in Southern Nevada, protection against snakes if needed, or even any other desert animal that we will walk in to, again I 'm defiantly not in the market to hurt an animal, no way, but if needed for protection, I 'm sure I can scare the crap out of what ever faces me and my family.
    Specially with 16 rounds in the mag. I plan on using it with the mag separated from the pistol and the safety 'on' during my hikes, stacked away in a nice hip bag where no one else can see it, that being said you don 't want to show off with these things, specially not in front of a police officer, it looks so real and feels real that they will shoot you.
    Voila, I 'm a happy camper with this thing and you, if you want to buy one; just do it if you can spend the money, and again please be careful with this "look like a real one" amazing air pistol, you will like it a lot, it makes some noise when you shoot it, and is overall cheap to have a lot of fun with it!
    UPDATE: 01-22-14: After calibrating the pistol with my (optional) red-dot-laser-light that I mounted underneath the barrel, I was able to get 32 (!!!) shots within a 2-3inch circle that I made on a large cardboard box, that 's amazing, specially if you know the distance: a little over 30FT!!!

    Amazing air pistol (this is my second PT-85)!
to sum: This product brand is Gamo The score is 4, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 365. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Co2 powered
  2. 8-Shot rotary pellet Clip and 8-shot rotary bb Clip
  3. Shoots pellets or steel bbs
  4. Double- and single-action trigger
  5. Integral accessory rail
  6. The M&P 45 Air Pistol is a pellet/ BB repeater powered by one 12g CO2 cylinder that hides in the grip of the BB pistol
  7. An integrated accessory rail underneath the muzzle is a great place to add a tactical flashlight or an airgun laser
  8. The Smith and Wesson M&P 45 CO2 pistol has a manual safety, double action trigger that's amazingly close to the actual handgun, and fixed front and rear fiber optic sights.
  9. This BB replica is not only a great BB gun for some fun plinking, but also makes a great target shooting and training pistol for S&W M&P firearm owners
  10. Ammo Type: Steel BBs Pellets, FPS with Lead Pellet: 370, Barrel Length: 3.4
  11. Got this gun today, had to oil it and work the action a bit to break it in as it was sticking. I love the rear cocking slide, but Umarex screwed up big time with the rear sight. First it's sloppy molding, has trace molding seals hanging off, "Quality Control", and the sight was set down the center which was way off from where the barrel was aligned.
    I had to move the rear sight hard right to reach a soup can at 20 yards.
    Oh, BTW, my standard for any BB or pellet gun is a steel soup can at 20 yards, less than that and it's crap.
    I set up targets at 7,15,and 20 yards. The pistol was way off from the start, but the rear sight can be moved, so I did, but the cheap plastic molded sight stripped out real easy when I tried to tighten back the set screw. VERY DISAPPOINTED....!.
    But, in the end I was successfully plinking a steel post at 7 yards, then a beer can in a tree split at 15 yards and consistently on a steel soup can at 20 yards with Crosman 7.4 gr lead wad-cutters
    OK, it's accurate, and the single action trigger cocking makes all the difference because the double action is absolutely horrible.
    If Umarex would change this rear sight to an easily adjustable one like on the Walther PPQ pellet gun,or a quality competition sight,,, it would be a HUGE IMPROVEMENT..!
    I'm gonna sight in my UTG RED/GREEN DOT next, perhaps I'l get rifle like accuracy.

    Good, But,There's lots of room for improvement Good, But,There's lots of room for improvement Good, But,There's lots of room for improvement Good, But,There's lots of room for improvement Good, But,There's lots of room for improvement Good, But,There's lots of room for improvement Good, But,There's lots of room for improvement Good, But,There's lots of room for improvement

    After further shooting sessions I had to revise my review! All good! Check back for further Developments.

    10-19 Just adding chronograph readings. Using JSB Exact Diablo pellets and Daisy CO2 capsules it shoots at a velocity of between 330fps and drops down to about 295fps slow firing 8 shots. Also the shot count leveled off at about 80 to 96 shots now.

    9-9
    It's had an ever climbing shot capacity as I've been using it. Out of the box it was only 48 shots and every new CO2 capsule has increased it by several shots. This last session was 112 shots before the power dropped off. Outstanding! None of the blowback models can do that. Obviously the gun has a break in period. Also I have no problem shooting in double action and shooting really nice groups. It's not a heavy trigger pull. The rotary mags are really quick to fill too by just dribbling pellets on them and most chambers will fill. The stick mags like the Gamo use, you have to insert each pellet one at a time. Very slow.

    9-2
    I was interested in the action of this pistol out of all the ones I've seen out there and this is the budget model for Umarex. The blowback slide models are very cute, but use up capsules quick. It's nicely made and shoots a very tight group especially with the $16 laser sight I installed. The rear sight is windage adjustable, but not too hard to knock out of alignment. Also the rear on mine had to be moved well to the right to bring the aim into center. It has a hex grub set screw but since it's threaded into plastic it's not going to do much. Maybe dab a bit of lock tight in the dovetail when you get it right would hold it.

    I got 88 shots before the power dropped off. Very happy with that. Earlier I only got 48 shots. Break in period maybe? I like the drop in rotary mag in the top. Very easy. It has a BB mag too but I'd avoid using BBs since they'll put wear on the barrel rifling. Unless you get some lead balls which should work fine. I racked the slide for each shot in SA and it was no chore at all. Shooting DA worked very well and not real heavy.

    One trick to quick load the mags. Place one rear side up in your palm and drop a handful of pellets on it and many will fall right into the chambers.

    The pistol top and frame is a dense plastic that feels much like metal. The insides look all metal and nicely made. The safety is quite nice and easy to switch. One odd thing is that if it's cocked the safety will not engage until it's fired. The compartment access for the CO2 capsule is cute and unique. Flip the butt heel down and then the back frame strap pops open and hinges up.

    Overall a really nice very accurate pistol for a budget price. My single annoyance is the easy to knock out rear sight. The best thing I like is the outstanding accuracy!

    The photo shows the pistol with the laser mounted. The target photo was 8 rapid shots in double action and the other dot target was single action fire.

    Update 10-19 Tight groups - 80 To 96 Shots Update 10-19 Tight groups - 80 To 96 Shots Update 10-19 Tight groups - 80 To 96 Shots

    Fell Apart.

    1 stars

    Three simple reasons I dislike this gun.

    #1. The trigger pull is very tricky and until you get used to it you'll encounter a lot of miss fires. I do well with my. 22's at the firing ranges so it's not like I'm a novice shooter. The trigger has a lot of play so it has to be about half pulled back before you can set your aim. Then once set, the aim can be pulled off due to the hard pull of the trigger. This kind of difficulty Smith & Wesson admits to. Men may not find this difficult yet I am a fairly strong female and well exercised in shooting.

    #2. I may have gotten a lemon because I have NEVER had the back of the stock, handle, grip, whatever you want to call it, come off. The back lifts up as you change the gas cylinder and it lifted up and this time "off", exposing a spring that I cannot align in order to replace it correctly. That did it. So with it now lying on the table in more pieces than I want to admit, I decided to come here and write this review. Which leaves me to. >>>

    #3. Unless you like loading pellets one by one into a carousel type cartridge don't bother with this gun. One by painstakingly one you have to drop the pellets into the little holes in the cartridge making sure they're all pointing in the same direction. Is this the norm for pellet guns? UGH....

    I have owned this gun for close to seven very well taken care of months and only wish it had fallen apart sooner so I could return it.
    I spent so much money on the pellets, extra cartridges, oil and gas cylinders to come to this end.
    Where's my hanky when I need one!

    Fell Apart.

    This gun is not bad

    Fun to shoot with a lot of magazine

    I got this over Christmas and it's awesome. I love the pellet rotary 8 shot clip. I did not experience any jamming. Only minor issue is a heavier trigger. It's accurate enough but I did add a laser to it for maximum point and shoot efficiency, see pic. If you want to see how it shoot with a laser then go here: https://youtu.be/4R7alxbUXXA

    Good accurate gun
to sum: This product brand is Umarex The score is 3.6, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 117. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. Shoots up to 625 FPS, Nitro Piston technology
  2. Rifled steel barrel and tactical synthetic frame
  3. Cocking assist aid included
  4. Ideal for target shooting and pest control
  5. Please see manual below for troubleshooting instructions on safety, break-in, cocking, loading, unloading, sight adjustment, and maintenance
  6. [[VIDEOID:fd0122f14f2ef99afeda4e70492ee112]] I LOVE THIS PISTOL...!,,, for the price you can't beat it. I have a little shooting gallery set up in my back yard at 18 yards to simulate a rat control shot, and I'm hitting targets as small as one inch.
    I started with the stock sights, not bad, but I found that the eye relief was much better if I turned the rear sight around.
    Then I stepped up to a BSA 30mm Red Dot Scope....
    [[ASIN:B000N8MZOI BSA 30mm Red Dot Scope with 5 MOA]]

    I found that once zeroed in at about 8 yards, if I center the red dot in the tube and directly over the front sight, At 18 yards, I'm getting awesome accuracy with standard lead wad cutters. Which are good ammo for everything as I have shot Cotton rats and delivered some devastating wounds, I like it when I shoot one and he does a back flip then dies.... :)
    And these wad cutters will punch through both sides of an EMPTY beer can without knocking the can over, that's easily 500 FPS...!

    TIPS:
    -I like to wire the cocking handle in place so it doesn't wear out from constant on/off action.
    -Clean the bore with Hopp's #9 solvent using a 177 cal cleaning rod and bronze brush, I like the Gamo kit, then oil the bore with CLP or Bearing Oil works really well too. This will prevent lead build up and maintain the accuracy.
    (see pics below)

    Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... ! Awesome buy on a powerful 177 pellet pistol.... !

    My first pellet pistol has been a mixed bag of performance, but has settled out to be a winner! All break-in and subsequent accuracy testing mentioned below were with Benjamin 7.9g premium HP lead pellets, Hand-Held Indoors at 10 yard distances.

    Upon receiving my 1st Trail NP, took it through it's 250 round break-in period that in the end, were giving me tight 1" groupings at 10 yards with the included iron sights...Nice! However to get there, had to have the windage dialed 35 clicks hard right and the elevation dialed all the way down and even bent a little further to achieve a bulls eye POI...not good. Then discovered the fixed front sight was canted 3.8 degrees right, causing the need for the extreme rear sight settings. Since I was left with little right windage adjustment for outside target shooting, I Exchanged for a 2nd pistol.

    With the 2nd pistol, the front sight was canted 1.8 degrees to the right. After break-in, needed 20 clicks to the right of windage and 15 clicks up of elevation to achieve a desired bulls eye POI. I could have possibly lived with that, but during the first 200 rounds, I had shot to shot dieseling and smoking that eventually leveled out, but with a reduction in velocity. I got a chronograph to see what was going on and measured an average of 20% reduction of the OEM rating 525fps (lead pellets). Apparently, the piston had been over-oiled (new from the factory), causing some damage to the seal. Additionally, the blued- steel finish on the barrel and receiver was very flat and had a some blotching areas. Alas, this also went back for another exchange.

    So far, seems 3rd time Is the charm! The front sight is perfectly 90 deg squared on the muzzle (no cant left or right). Out of the box with windage dead even and elevation at zero, was hitting around my POI with an occasional flyer. Break-in time was much quicker (100 rounds) with almost zero dieseling and very little smoke. This pistol was peaking close to 560fps with my Benjie 7.9g HP's and after break in (about 150 rounds), leveled out with 5-group averages of 540fps ! Out of those 150, I had very few ricochets with 98% of the lead embedded in my 3" target wood backstop!

    My last 5-shot group the other day was a descent 1" grouping (still using the iron sights). I then installed a RR red\green dot reflex scope and was able to get sighted in to punching 1\2" bulls eye POI targets at 10yds. This .177 shoots quietly, just 75db 6" down from the muzzle and measured at ear level (all indoors), but I usually use hearing protection anyway. The trigger measures the rated 7# and has been consistent with a steady even pull and break. The included pics are: 1\2" cross POI, a good 5-shot 1" grouping with Iron Sights. Then, installed a red dot scope and shot 4-shot groups at 1\2" POI bulls eyes (each with an "I pulled it" flyer).

    Haven't been able to take it outside yet to sight in at 25+ yards, but still have the maximum elevation travel for any distance adjustments. Amazon returns on the 1st and 2nd were quick and easy (probably just a bad batch). The 3rd SN was much advanced, thus possibly a more recent mnf. date! Overall, if you get a good one, it's an Accurate and Fun Shooter!

    7-28-17 Update: In my Trail NP, replaced the 3M x 7mm trigger with a 3M x 8mm trigger screw (9mm too long for the 1st sear contact). Rounded the screw tip and added TW25 synthetic lube to it and all three sear contact areas. Travel was reduced by 1\3 and trigger pull went from 7# to a very smooth and clean breaking 5 1\4#. Achieved a 3\8" grouping with the RWS Hobby 7.0g WC's @ 575fps!

    Can Be Very Accurate Can Be Very Accurate Can Be Very Accurate Can Be Very Accurate Can Be Very Accurate

    I have had this airgun for five days or so. Probably 75% broken in. The first few sessions the shots were not accurate, mostly me and part gun. Now the shots are MUCH more accurate.

    It’s a bit heavy, I simply cannot shoot it well without a second hand. No worries I didn’t think I would be able to do that. I usually shoot my .38 snub with two hands anyway!

    I am in my fifth day of use and I got out my rifle ‘bean bag’ supports to dial in the sights a bit. They were off by a significant amount. So much so that I had to get out the Dremel tool and grind off a few millimeters off the height adjustment screw. Now we’re almost right as rain. After 100 more rounds or so I will do another adjustment and see if I need to take off more of that screw.

    This is going to sound like a noob and I haven’t bought a newer gun in sometime, (I have a couple relic WWII rifles and that cheap .38) but the sights are awesome! The red and green really pop in the sun. These are probably standard now but, what a GREAT design. They gave me much more confidence that I am aiming accurately. Color me impressed.

    The attached picture is the last 15-20 rounds, most all are on top of each other, in the center top, and a few rogues in the rings above. And they keep going through the 1.5 inch of magazines, newspapers and cardboard backstop into my drywall! Again, impressed with the power.

    The quality seems quite high with consistent blueing on the barrel.

    The grip isn’t bad but it isn’t great either. It is the only letdown for me but not sure it’s more than a half star, perhaps a quarter star. Again, just a personal thing for me.

    Overall, I highly recommend at this price point!

    Surprisingly powerful and fun!

    Pros: Total tack driver, for cheap. Very accurate. (IF... You replace the sight). Even with Crosman ammo (tried hollow point, pointed, magnum), it is ridiculously accurate at 15yds. From pillow rest, I would say 1" to 1 and 1/2" groups easy. Put a hickory nut out at 15 yards and I'd be laying good money down I can nail it without a rest within three shots, and I never gamble. I've put at least 2,000 rds through. It's solid. Nothing loosened up. No, I never cleaned it, just OOTB and shoot. Cleaning later. Notes: I am shooting with a replacement sight though (explain later).
    Cons: Replace iron sight, doesn't do this gun justice. Replace with scope/sight. I used a SightMark Dual Reflex/Laser, with a rail adapter (~$100) addition and worth it. Grip pattern is too rough on the hands. Trigger guard is rough and feels like it cuts at the fingers. My hands are indoor cat soft, got that kind of career. Lose that cocking assist handle - It's not necessary, and if you leave it on, it trashes pellet accuracy. Forget trying to make it into a shroud... Probably not happening. Trigger pull is a rough scratchy two stage feel... Rough take up slack to rest, then acceptable release. I got it down. Meh... Grind it and polish if you want... I'm not bothering to since I'm used to it now. Did any of this reduce my new love of this gun? No chance, keeping it. The accuracy and fun trumps it all.
    Other: Long shooting sessions might give you an achy elbow, cocking force is up there. 200 rds, and you'll wonder why the ache. It's my first Reflex sight. If you don't have 20/20, and your aiming eye is more like 20/40, then get corrective lenses. Otherwise you'll blame the Reflex sight for fuzzy reticles. They are not like optically adjusting scopes. They have huge eye relief, but your eye sights gotta be good. You will LOVE the SightMark Dual. Sight it in, and it stays dead on target, round to round, between sessions, just a sweet quality combo.

    Update: Pattern ai see with this gun. Shoots best "hot". With Crossman pointed (very light) first 2-3 shots are high as much as 2-3". Next 6-7 warm are 1" high, but in a 1" group. Next 5+ shots are on aim point with a 1" avg group. This is at 15yds, pillow rest with cheap pellets people... I'm stunned at this things accuracy. And it's never been cleaned since new in box, ~2500 rds out now. Love this thing. Did notice the report varies from dull thud to a sharp crack, and not sure why. It settles to the thud after getting hot.

    Absolutely awesome, with the right aftermarket sight. Tack Driver!

    Like when Sean Connery was 007! The gun has a mild report when fired and a "light" impact. However it is deadly to a rat at 40 feet, super accurate. .177 caliber has it's place in the caliber line up and this gun places them on target. I enjoy knowing leaving it in the cocked and ready position will not weaken the firing power. I added a laser via the dove tail adapter set for 35feet and can't mis-a-thing!

    A La' James bond

    Great gun except for the trigger. I want to really like this gun it's a nice compact heavy gun. Really a cool little conveint gun especially with the nitro piston. But the '2stage' trigger is awful. I have seen some mods to rifles w/ the same trigger I hope this gun can be modded the same. The fiber optics are nice and very easy to attach a scope. I bought a Crosman 1322 soon after and am much happier with that.

    Great gun except the trigger, get a 1322

    The Nitro cylinder really makes this worth the bucks!
    A reliable shot every time.
    I put a small rifle scope on it!

    Great gun. The Nitro cylinder system makes it work quiet and reliably!

    It is a garbage barely reaches 407 speed. the shipping was free and to return it they charged me $ 9.00 I do not recommend it to anyone do not spend your money !!

    It is a garbage barely reaches 407 speed

    Pretty slick pistol all told. I'm still sighting it in with an open eye red dot sight but it shows great promise. Not overly loud, but with a noticeable recoil that I hope calms down after I get over a couple hundred pellets through it (not yet). Noticeably heavy trigger pull that I also hope mellows with time.

    Impressive pistol would benefit from a convertible shoulder stock

    Very fun little pistol 3 shots from 25' with less than a quarter inch group

    Add a red dot rear sight is JUNK! Add a red dot rear sight is JUNK! Add a red dot rear sight is JUNK! Add a red dot rear sight is JUNK!
to sum: This product brand is Benjamin The score is 3.8, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.This is a very good product. The number of people participating in the evaluation is 535. This is a very important reference data. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. PERFECT FOR SMALL GAME HUNTING OR TARGET SHOOTING with high powered Break Barrel action for long range accuracy and consistency.
  2. USE YOUR CHOICE OF .177 CALIBER(4.5mm) PELLETS for tons of shooting fun with plenty of power for target shooting and small game hunting.
  3. ACCURATELY HIT YOUR TARGETS WITH A 18” Rifled Steel Barrel, included 4x32 Scope with Covers, and adjustable Fiber Optic Sights.
  4. INCREASE POWER AND CONSISTENCY with Spring Piston Technology and a smooth trigger pull. Includes a 6” picatinny rail for your choice of scope or accessories.
  5. SHOOT AMMO UP TO 1,300 FPS with premium pellets for maximum accuracy even at long range.
  6. NOTE: This is not a toy! It is a lethal weapon. Please give serious thought before buying this for anyone under the age of 18. I been shooting firearms and airguns for over 30 years. This pellet gun will inflict very serious if not fatal wounds if someone is shot by it.

    Solid .177 rifle. No complaints here. As an owner of several pellet gun, this is quickly becoming my favorite break barrel rifle. Scope is OK, but if you take the time and dial it in, it does work pretty good. Just have your loctite at your side when you get it dialed in perfect, then lock it down. Takes about 50-60 shots for that loud .22 caliber noise to quiet down. Built like a tank and has some weight to it. Cocking is easy and quick. I cycled several different pellets thru it and it loved em all. The question is does it do 1200FPS? I can assure you it does that and a little more, depending on the pellet. I own a Chrony Chronograph and with just standard pellets it was hitting 1200FPS+ continuously. When I dropped in a H&N Baracuda Magnum pellet, it hit the 1311-1342FPS range cycling 10 of them thru it. I do not hunt or kill animals so I am of no help there. But I can say I would see no problem taking down a fox with the right ammo. The accuracy is dead on with the rifled barrel and it really feels good shoot. Has a great balance and feel to it.

    PROS:
    Excellent build quality
    17" Rifled Barrel
    Great Iron Sights (Fiber Optics)
    Incredible Power
    Noise Suppressor
    Easy Cocking
    Very Comfortable to Shoot
    Very Pleasing to the Eye
    Accuracy
    P-Rail Mounts

    CONS:
    Scope Could Be Better

    In closing if you are looking for a solid built break barrel pellet gun with many extra's and one that has some kick to it, this is your gun. The accuracy is there along with the quality and option with scope or iron fiber optic sights. There is an awful lot of rifle here for the money. Again parents, this is NOT a toy, but a lethal weapon. I would suggest a rifle that shoots under 700FPS for anyone child under the age of 16. The guns these day are not like the ones we grew up with. They have become so powerful. This rifle with a hollow point pellet will do more damage then a .22LR. firearm.

    UPDATE: Well I've cycled over 100 pellets thru it and the noise level has dropped. But not as much as I thought. It still is loud but acceptable. The gun just gets better and better the more I shoot it. One thing I did notice is the cocking is a little bit harder as the gun breaks in. Not a big deal, just thought I'd toss that out there. I broke the gun down and was amazed by its build quality. Very well made and the parts are very precisely machined. Still stunned by the price. This is by far the best gun for the money out there today. The quality, the many extra features, and shear power make this a must have in your arsenal. Be safe out there!

    BEST PELLET GUN FOR THE MONEY PERIOD! BEST PELLET GUN FOR THE MONEY PERIOD! BEST PELLET GUN FOR THE MONEY PERIOD!

    Five Stars

    5 stars

    This thing is accurate and has torque, much more powerful than my more expenssive ones,I would definitely buy this again, My Gamo whisper is currently put away.

    Five Stars

    The screws were loose. You have to mount the scope yourself. The whole thing is loose. Be prepared to sight in the scope. DO NOT BUY THIS! Heed my warning. Yes, it has a high fps, but it is not accurate and ETREMELY hard to cock. So much, you or the people around you could get injured. Also, the so-called 'suppressor' will turn, as in the 2nd picture. And the fake bolt is useless,loose, and annoying. Lastly, It's very heavy. 1 pro: I really like the second trigger safety.

    Loose screws and unaccurate.

    Poor quality

    1 stars

    After 4th or 5th use receiver came loose from the stock. Shot good while it lasted.

    Poor quality Poor quality

    Very powerful

    5 stars

    Awesome gun as I read from other reviews . Very well built .
    Superdome 8.3 gr And I changed the scope 75.00 made a huge difference .
    Took a while setting the sights and hits a bottle cap at 75 yards.

    Very powerful Very powerful Very powerful

    I was very disappointed in this rifle, it is heavy and it is loud and I could have lived with that, however, I was unable to zero in the scope. The first round I fired at a target about 2 feet off the ground at 40 yards, the pellets were hitting the ground before the target. After maxing out the up elevation adjustment on the scope I was still about a foot low. I've got an Outers Varminter rifle rest that I've used for probably the last 20 years to sight in my hunting rifles, so with it in the rest and the barrel perfectly level, the scope rail mount was probably mounted 1-2° up toward the muzzle. I determined this using a small level that has a magnetic bottom, so with that resting perfectly on the barrel I knew the bore was level, then I checked the site rail directly, then again with the scope mounts attached without the scope, and although I can't accurately say what the bubble degree position was, I probably had to raise the back of the level about 4 to 5 mm to center the bubble. Then I got a corresponding piece of hard rubber and shaped to fit in the rear scope mount and remounted the scope and sure enough I was able to get on the bull's-eye with minimal adjustment to the reticles. However, this put a bind on the scope barrel and that's no way to mount a scope so I sent the gun back today. I guess I just got a lemon. I did not attempt to remove the scope rail and try adjusting, or to see if it could be changed end around. I think it is probably a quality gun with one exception, but to put a plastic scope rail on a heavy rifle was not the best idea. I could push the scope with one finger and see the rail give...not the best set up that could've been used.

    Bad scope rail design Bad scope rail design Bad scope rail design Bad scope rail design
to sum: This product brand is Bear River The score is 4.1, very good, and the quality of the product is also very good.The evaluation number of this product has already been 88, and the reference value is very high. SEE ON AMAZON
pellet gun
  1. LONG RANGE HIGH POWERED SHOOTING FUN, Break Barrel, .177 Caliber Pellet Rifle. Use your choice of .177 Caliber (4.5mm) pellets.
  2. SILENCED SHOOTING, EXTREMELY QUIET WITH ATTACHED SUPPRESSOR to avoid spooking game and keep the noise to a minimum.
  3. INCREASED CONSISTENCY AND LONGER LIESPAN with Power Piston Technology compared to older spring powered airguns.
  4. READY FOR YOUR CHOICE OF SCOPES AND ACCESSORIES, Customize and compete with a 6 Inch Tactical Rail, Adjustable Cheek Rest, and smooth trigger pull.
  5. 1 YEAR WARRANTY, SCOPE, AND ACCESSORIES INCLUDED, 4x32 Scope with Covers, Adjustable Bipod, Adjustable Cheek Rest
to sum: This product brand is Black Ops The score is 3.9, it seems that the quality needs to be improved.The evaluation number of this product has already been 34, and the reference value is very high. SEE ON AMAZON

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