Written on: 23/08/2013
Costing 140-150$, it is the rifle with the best specs. Shooting at 305m/s delivering 21Joules it is the most powerful gun in its pricegroup. I have it for 2 years now and the only bad thing I've noticed is a bit of rust on the outside. The wood parts are of high quality, and the spring , although it's a bit noisy, is great! With the right pellets I've been able to shoot an 3cm target from 30m distance without using a scope but the guns standard scoping system. I would recomend it to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/07/2012 by Stoegerboy (1 review written)
Just bought the x10, put on a Nikko Stirling mount master 4 - 12 x 50 AO with one piece mounts. Spent two hours indoor shooting targets at seven meters off a sand bag. Very impressed with accuracy, had four one hole groups with four different pellets. Still cant believe it! Things to note... This thing is loud and very powerful. I have a Gamo hunter 440 which this stoeger out shoots accuracy and power wise but with definitely more kick. Would recommend the one piece mounts. The trigger is heavy… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2012 by DLU1955 (1 review written)
I bought a Stoeger X-10 about a year and a half ago and have not liked it from day one. First off it has alot of spring noise. Second after about a hundred pellets this thing shoots whereever it wants to. I have cleaned the barrel with a bore brush and solvent, then a patch with oil and it still will not shoot straight. Anywhere from 2 inches, to 2 feet off each time. About the only thing good abot it is the scope. Clear and easy to ajust, too bad you can't keep the pellets in it's field of… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/03/2011 by grewie 1 (1 review written)
you get what you pay for a good hunting rifle when a scope is fitted i could not get on with the field sights but that just might be me since fitting a 3-9 x40 scope im hiting a 25mm kill zone at 25 yards with no problem what so ever. i read the manual and it says " PUT A DROP OF OIL IN THE AIR CHAMBER EVERY 500 SHOTS" DO NOT DO THIS AS THIS WILL CAUSE DISELEING AND DAMAGE THE PISTON HEAD SEAL!!!!!!
Resulting smokeing and poor grouping you have been warned.
I shoot eley wasp 5.5 they are in a… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/07/2010
While plinking in my backyard with my $30.00 Daisey and only being able to hit a can at 20 feet or less I went to the gun store and bought my Stoeger X10 today. Out of the box it is very accurate at 100 feet and I can knock a can down every time.
The only bad is that I think that it was a bit pricey compared to Gamo air rifles and it is very loud for a pellet gun. Really it is almost as loud as my Marlin 22 rifle. This is not really a concern for me but if you live on a 1/4 acre lot and want… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2010
hi all i have had my x10 about 1 year now and what a good starter gun. the only down fall i have had a problem with is that some times the pellet dont always go where you want it to go. After using ever pellet i can lay my hands on the best by far at the min is the plastic lead free kind. thats all i have to say about this gun.
Mr W T Paterson… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/01/2010 by fsdanlie (2 reviews written)
Going on 4 months owning this gun and this has been a real reliable gun for the money. Shoot the crosman hollow points 7.9 grain pellet,I can hit targets at 50 and 60 yrds. pretty easy, it does have a little spring noise,i have 1500 rounds on the gun and still shoots very hard.Did have to add some rws spring oil on the spring after 1200 rounds, no signs of power lose just a fun gun to shoot and a 2 year warranty considering other brands give only one year.I've heard the x-20 are heavy the x-10… Read Full Review