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Written on: 09/01/2008 by walterd (3 reviews written)
I really like this rifle and have gone ahead and had a Tuna tune done on it. It shoots 15.3 grain Gamo Hunters 650 give or take fps. I also added a 4-16X50 scope that gives very good groups at the 30 yards I have measured off in the back yard. Beside the tune, I have now modified the comb on the stock. This easy mod really turned the gun into one that fits me and makes it much easier to get a good sight picture. I removed between one half to three quarters of an inch with a slight taper toward… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/12/2007
Good accuracy for the price. Gamo Hunter Pellet got 0.4" at 20 yards and 0.9" at 30 yards, considering that I am not an expert shooter. The power is awesome and strong enough to knock down a duck at 40 yards, let alone squirrels. I tested Beeman Silver Bear High Impact, Crossman Hollow Point and Gamo Hunter. Beeman and Gamo turned out to the best. Beeman still caused me the scope alignment problem after 30 yards. Gamo turned out to be the winner. Gamo is the heaviest pellet among them. Make… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2006 by Sifu456 (61 reviews written)
The Xisico B26-2 is definitely an external upgrade to the B20 with minor internal upgrades, like a better trigger. The B26-2 has the well made thumb hole stock, nice wood & metal work, deeper blued than the B20 but not as nice as some of European air rifles. It has a snazzy muzzle brake and smooth operation, I'd say a better and tighter set up then the B20. After break in, it seems very accurate, shooting the same CPH 10.5 pellet that B20 .177 likes. Shooting nearly 1 hole 3 shot group at 15… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/03/2006 by rob3dr (18 reviews written)
I've had the B-26-2 Thumbhole stock in .22 now long enough for a review. The B-26 is an upgraded version to the popular B-20, a Beeman R9 clone. The B-26 is a break barrel, single shot, spring piston airgun. The B-26 sports fiber optic sights while the B-26-2 comes with no sights but adds a muzzle brake and thumbhole stock.
Initial observations to the gun was that the blueing and quality of wood was much better than I expected; in fact, it was the best of any Chinese gun I have seen to date… Read Full Review