Written on: 21/11/2006 by Sifu456 (61 reviews written)
The TF41 is a decent rifle for the money $39-$49 it made with all metal and wood. From the tip of it barrel, rear sights, trigger and trigger guard its all metal. The rifle produces good accuracy at 10 yards less rhen dime and its shoot well out 30 maybe 40 yards busting 4" clays easy. It lacks the power to swing the metal swings though it did swing them I lost to a Crosman Quest 1000 because it didn't power to swing them high enough to lodge them.
Its not a 700-800fps rifle more like… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2005 by losec (3 reviews written)
Purchased the Tech Force as a complement to my old Crosman 760 which can't dispatch squirrels at this time. At ten yards, this airgun can produce slightly less than dime sized groups. Much better than my Gamo 220 which for some reason couldn't do better than 3" groups from the same distance. The Tech Force hits much harder than my Crosman but less than my Gamo. Recoil is much less than my Gamo. So much so that there is very little to speak of. Trigger on this is non-adjustable with no… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/09/2004 by Sifu456 (61 reviews written)
Tech Force TF41 is a good 7.2 lb rifle for the money. I bought this rifle after shooting a friend's Tech force 99 at his Air rifle range. I was impressed with Tech forces use of wood and metal making for a solid and hopefully rugged gun. The TF99 is one of their finest guns and is quite impressive it nice wood stock, has a smooth trigger pull with a fair amount of creep but an eraser trigger stop can be used to erase that, it weighs about 8lbs, and is very accurate @65 yards.
I decided on… Read Full Review
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