Written on: 17/11/2008
It is a good target air rifle on 25-50 yards if set right, on a 25 yd rangs with a good firer it can often out compete semi-auto .22 rifles thinke the ruger 10 22, on accuracy! For a break-barrel thats not bad!
Not many that spring to mind exept that it is single pressure trigger and if it was two pressure it would be a bit more accurate.
I have one of these and over the 40 years of its existance it has only had its breach seal replaced ,the barrel de-rusted and the trigger mechanism oiled and serviced, all for about £30! all in all its a very reliable and cheap to run air rifle as far as maintenance. it is also easy to upgrade, i had its original hunting scope replaced with a "hawke 4x36 HD" target scope, and the spring upgraded. Now it is as powerful as an air rifle can get without needing a firearms licence! also they ant that expensive so, if your thinking of getting an air rifle, this should be in your top three.