Written on: 06/07/2008
Once you have chosen the correct setting for the comb the gun is as faithful as... well any Japanese product . Sorry but any misses are your fault.
Bit too straight and lacking in drop for a short necked loose head prop. You need to choose even an adjustable version with care. Liable to misfire if you don't keep the action clean. Bit slow on left hand DTL targets. Or maybe thats just me.
You may not like it first few times you fire the damned thing but eventually you will grow to love it. You could spend a load more money and get something a lot worse. Grade 5 is nice but not really required - this is the one I have. Probably not the best Trap gun, but for the money you cant really complain.
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