Written on: 14/08/2009 by hunterxxxl (3 reviews written)
Man the shinsung career mk II gun is superb!!
Tha amazing knock down power on live targets, superd accuracy, at 60y you get a 1 inch spread!Its also great for shooting at distances of 120-150y.
If your interested in the gun go for it!!
My gun has 83 ft/lbs (live in Slowenia- no power limit)on full power, and its great for hunting foxes, deer at 100y or more!
The gun is more powerfull than most 22lr rifles, and a good quality scope is very recomended, it has to have a mil-dot reticle!
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Written on: 28/01/2009 by sirius dogstar (1 review written)
Shinsung career mk II 707 is accurate and well finished. Everyone down my Gun Club liked it. Could benefit from a Bipod assuming I can find one to fit. Heavy. Pellet loading from magazine sometimes problematic. (read more)
Written on: 11/06/2008
I generally like this gun although for the money they cost they could have made them look less tacky (read more)
Written on: 23/03/2008 by 1996clive (2 reviews written)
I have owned my Career 707 carbine for some years now and wont sell it despite many offers by those who have fired it,whilst its not as refined as some other pcp's out there its a lot more rugged than most.Its accuracy is superb and even i can achieve groups of five shots in a area of a 5p coin at 30 yds and do this time after time.It will take out rabbits at 45yds and using H&N Field &target Trophy never jammed or anything.In all a good rifle suitable for various disciplines without... (read more)
Written on: 17/02/2008 by daimaesteg (1 review written)
My career 707 has been very reliable, i get it filled at the local gun shop for '£1.00 and im good for about 60 12ftlbs shots. the amount of ammunition i use is considerable and holding back the urge to fire the whole magazine is tough. overall i would rate my career 707 10/10 because for me it is far more accurate and powerful than the springers i have had before. wouldnt recommend the target version though the stock looks like its made out of laminate flooring and the grips make it... (read more)
Written on: 03/01/2008
I can be very short about my Shinsung career mk II 707: It's very quiet
easy to use
easy to load each time. (read more)
Written on: 25/04/2007 by shellrob21 (1 review written)
I had Allen Zazadney do some work on my Career 707II and the accuracy and power have been even more amazing. 1" CTC at 50 Yards consistently, 1263 fps consistently w/ Crosman Premier 14.3 gr dome pellets w/ full charge, a wonderfully powerful piece that turns heads everywhere I go (read more)
Written on: 07/02/2006 by sgrd1 (1 review written)
I can shoot 7 6,35 mm pellet.
You can choose 13 levels of power.
The problem on this Shinsung rifle is that you can't use a sound compensator because of the air cylinder which is a bit longer than the muzzle of the rifle. Take care not to put your rifle vertical if loaded. It could damage the air cylinder because of the pressure. (read more)
Written on: 22/05/2004 by Dan Hanson (1 review written)
The Korean manufactures ShinSung makers of the Career guns have been producing some real junk!! Ive had three of there MK300 repeater models all failed within 2 weaks, seal problems and firing valve, and now the 3rd has the whole top of the gun not aliened with the barrel making it impossible to sight the scope in. I am sending this one back. Also I bought the gun at Pyramyd Air and they have been good about replacing the gun, its just the quality control of shinsung is lacking. I would... (read more)
Written on: 17/01/2004 by verbatim (2 reviews written)
Owning a weirauch 97k springer I thought that it would be difficult to find another rifle of the same build quality and performance, but the Shinsung career 707 is a fair bit lighter so is easier to carry when spending the day out in the fields, the hitting power is fantastic, sights zero in at 30 yds for me, I find the 10 shot magazine is great and easy to operate, the loading mechanism is very positive and a joy to use, have not noticed any bad points yet but it is early days except the... (read more)