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Written on: 25/03/2011
I owned the b3 many a year ago now, it was my first rifle and to be fare, im suprised im still here with my eyes and digits in tact. at first the rifle was great - seemed powerful and consistant enough, i took it hunting and succesfully killed a couple pigeons and even a tough old pheasent albeit the pheasent took 3 shots. including the final head shot. what upset me about this rifle is, even though it was well looked after, after a while the underleaver would start to spring back on itself… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/11/2010
I just purchased mine and it looks like its relative and old favourite of mine and my friends-and the two I owned, "The P-45-3 Lion Under-lever" this B3 has power and accuracy-it is the real successor to "The Lion" which was also a '22 The B3=Great rifle and very robust.Perfect for hunting or pleasure.It feels like an improvement and fires easy.My only criticism is the trigger feels a little to far from the handle stock-even then my applause is tops to the manufacturers.A notch above the… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2010
bought one to modify ,mv was 550 when bought found out that if you used model airplane fuel [one drop only ]absolutly! the mv went up to 945 as tested on a dealers chrono the only ammo that stood up was prometheus ,if you used sarbo it blew the pellet through the cage and and went obout 20ft
=to much power ]but proms= a hole in an car door at 20ft ,but you need a silencer as it cracks off like a 25 cal. powerful gun loved it… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/09/2009
The B3-F .22 Underlever is a great rifle with superb power,i took my first shot with the rifle at a target in front of my aluminium garage door (the old thick gauge aluminium)first i got the flash from the end of the barrel then missed the target and the dome ended pellet almost penetrated the door,good job it wasnt a pointed one. only down side is noisey, so trying to find a silencer to fit. anyone know of one and where i can purchase one in uk?… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/05/2009
The B3-F .22 Underlever has an exellent price/quality relation. Very powerful and very cheap… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/03/2009
The B3-F .22 Underlever is very good, very accurate, and very powerful. The only one thing i notice is that the gun appeared to diesel at the start of my experience with it. But a great buy- I really recommend the air rifle!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/10/2008
All in all i thout it is a very good weapon. The B3F Underlever had a pretty good sight and really good accuracy. The one bad thing is that you are only able to fire one pellet at a time… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/03/2008
Darn impressed, with the gun overall, especially when you see plastic ones, that cost three times more. Great air Gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2008
THe B3-F Underlever has good accuracy, it wears out easily so the spring wont load with the underlever, but it is easy to load and fast. I do like this air rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2008 by 031293 (1 review written)
Great beginers gun this was infact my first gun and i was very pleased with it.I know use a umarex 850 air magnum and i highly recomed it to eny one upgrading to a better riffle… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/02/2008 by the shootist (2 reviews written)
I've owned my B3-f rifle for a good while now and I have to say that for a rifle of it's class it's brilliant!
It has very substancial power for most types of shooting, firing accurately and consistently. It doesn't take long to run in and finish dieseling, so from then on it's just pure shooting pleasure.
The first thing you will notice when setting sight on the rifle for the first time, I'm afraid to say, is the terrible stock finish. So out comes the fine grade sandpaper and after a short… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2008
Overall the B3-F .22 Underlever is a good gun for the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/12/2007
Good air rifle for the money. Still like to find out what the fps is. Killed a lot of crows and starlings.Cheap and accurate, a good powerful air rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2007 by Rummon (2 reviews written)
I got mine with a telescopic sight for about 50 pounds a couple of years ago. Mainly use it for target shooting in the backyard. I thought it had plenty of power and was reasonably accurate... until I tried a slightly more expensive CO2 gun that was reputed to put out 8ft/lbs.
The B3 does not put out anywhere near 8ft/lbs - let alone 11 or 12. The B3 has a kick when you fire it that means you can't hit a target adequately at a distance of more than about 15 feet (i.e. 20mm or less from… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2007 by zionic99 (1 review written)
Great for beginners, i paid £30 from my local trago mills and i love the gun easy to load and use no kick back on it so you can hold it as you want and you can put scope on it if you want… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2007 by jsartain (1 review written)
Being my first air rifle I didn't really won't to spend a lot on one I paid £30 at my local gun shop what I though was a good price. I'd looked up the rifle on the internet and found out that it was a very easy rifle to tune your self and easy to make it a £100 air rifle with little work needed. It took me about 3 hours to tune and make a real good air rifle there's loads of sites to show how to tune them. Once i'd finished my tune and had a go with open sights at 25ft I was hitting bull every… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2007 by ivanparkin (1 review written)
I am not a regular shooter , but I found myself in need of a air gun for some occasional pest control. I could not afford or justify spending hundreds of pounds on a gun that would sit in the wardrobe most of it's life, so when I saw the ads for these guns I was attracted mainly by the price.
After reading some of the reviews on here I decided to give the B3 a chance.
Fortunately, the reviews had prepared me for what the gun would look like and they were right, looks like the stock has been… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2006 by Hunter440 (4 reviews written)
I have had mine for roughly a year now, during this peroid it has never once misfired or let me down. The stock is poor but i'm told if sanded down and re-varnished it does come up very well. This gun is capable of cleanly knocking out a Crow at 50yrds. When it comes to pellet choice i found H & N copper pointed pellets provieded me with a consistent 1 inch grouping at 25yrds.
Although the gun is a little on the heavy side, you get used to it and should still be able to shoot free-standing… Read Full Review
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