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Written on: 28/01/2009 by grago (1 review written)
I was shooting whit 210grs bullets at ranges from 25 to 75 yards and was geting hits 4 out of 5 shoots on a soda can size target.
I tried diferend bullet weights and discovered that my particular rifle just mooved grups up and down depending on the weith, little or no adjustment was necesary for windage.
The Sam Yang Industries Big Bore .44 909 has more than enough acuracy for predators wich is my intended use… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/09/2008 by rayfil (1 review written)
Would recommend a scope if using this Sam Yang Industries Big Bore .44 909. Another possibility is shortening front sight. Further would recommend air tank as pumping every 8-10 shots leaves something to be desired. Also may be a good idea to get spare probe so you can keep one on air pump and other on tank or get quick disconnect for both. Last advice--might want to get .457 and .454 balls to see which shoots best in your gun. Hornady makes both for muzzle loading rifles so may be able to… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2005 by rob3dr (18 reviews written)
I got the Sam Yang Industries Big Bore .44 909s from Pyramydair about 3 months ago. First impressions of the gun was quite nice. The fit and finish of the gun was more than on par for the price range. The 909s weighs in at around 7 lbs, and balances quite nicely for easy shooting. You will want to use a scuba tank for filling, because like all big bores, this goes through a lot of air. Mine shoots the .454 round balls at near 800fps for around 6 shots. Don't bother trying the .451 or .452… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/12/2004 by LeeRod (1 review written)
Sam Yang Industries Big Bore .44 909 - This rifle was a Christmas gift from my wife. I brought the rifle with me to our family Christmas dinner. I am from Virginia and any southern boy can tell you that nothing goes better with the pre Christmas feast then gun talk and football. I uncased the rifle and chambered a .454 round ball. As I did not know what to expect in the way of accuracy, the first target to present itself was the old 55 gal, burn barrel. At 25 yards the ball passed through… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/02/2004 by bronsongun (3 reviews written)
The big bore 909 44cal. is not the most powerful airgun in the world, that was a lie. I have an airgun much more powerful than the 909… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/05/2003 by jmag. (1 review written)
The 909 45 caliber is my most prized material item. I have the RWS 9mm and the 909 so let me tell you the 909 is more than twice as powerful as the 9mm. I took a 2x12 piece of 40cc treated yellow pine and set it up at the range at 100yds and blew right through it and richocheted out the back. At 50yds it blows through so hard that it hits the dirt mound 100yds away kicking up a lot of dirt. Accuracy is great! I dont use a scope so my accuracy is at 35yds and with the 909 you can literally touch… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2003 by Daniel Leonard. (1 review written)
The Big Bore .44 909 from Sam Yang is one fine rifle. The gun is easy to use. It is a precharged pneumatic. I put a scope on mine, boresighted it, and then put two bullets in the same hole. I also shot a 2 inch thick piece of wood and a bullet went right through that. If you have the oppurtunity to purchase one of these rifles, DO IT!!!… Read Full Review
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