Written on: 20/12/2010
Sold defective toy pellet gun. Almost hurt user. Did nothing to rectify problem. Considering legal action. Do not buy here! (read more)
Written on: 22/09/2009
i love this logun solo gun soo much, that i would sell my family (joke)
got it second hand with a load of accesories such as bottle, scilencer, chrono, cleaning kit, 1k of pellets, scope hawke varmin 2 mildot and gunbag for £350 - probibly the best investment iv spent
i went out to my gunshop and asked for some help on pellets and wanted to try the entire range of pellets withought by getting a tin a time, the lovely guy at the desk said that when they get all sorts of pellets in they... (read more)
Written on: 05/02/2009 by scammel (1 review written)
Logun Solo air rifle is a good solid stock, feels rugged and robust. Good trigger and well balanced. Some times a bit fiddly to load but can easily be overcome by a 10 shot magazine. Overall a fantastic rifle ! (read more)
Written on: 02/09/2008
All in all the Logun Solo is an excellent piece of kit, mine is in .22 cal, it's max pressure is 200 bar, i personally recommend filling to 180 bar, as the rifle performs a lot better. (read more)
Written on: 29/07/2008 by Fuzzyfez
I previously had a BSA Lightning Tactical and traded it in for a Logan Solo .22. The rifle itself is brilliant for Rabbits, Pigeons and Rats. It is more than capable of taking care of the above from 50+ Yards with headshots. i am more than happy about this rifle and have found that the best pellets for it (accuracy) is Mosquito .22. expect a 5 pence peice grouping with 5 shots at 40 yards. i realise every rifle perfers different pellets but these are well worth trying. (read more)
Written on: 16/07/2008
Fantastic air rifle for the money what a bargain. There is nothing to dislike about this air rifle (read more)
Written on: 07/06/2008
The bet gun i have ever held. My first impression was WOW what a gun but the best was yet to come. within 10 shots the gun was zeroed and that night the super-quiet silencer helped bag 4 bunny's! Brilliant gun well done Logun! (read more)
Written on: 29/05/2008 by xtcady (3 reviews written)
Before I start my review I would like to say that I do not own this gun.
3 weeks ago my friend and I went on a hunting trip for 2 weeks, and I was given a choice of either a Logun Solo or a BSA Superten, for most people reading this I suppose you will be thinking that anyone would pick the Superten, but for many reasons I chose the £360 less Solo.
The Solo appealed to me not only because of it's looks but also because it is incredibly... (read more)
Written on: 28/05/2008 by xtcady (3 reviews written)
I don't personally own a Logun Solo but I have fired my friends a few hundred times over the course of two weeks, I found that if I open my mouth and hold my breath a headshot on a rabbit is an easy feat even at around 50 yards, after test firing my friend gave me a choice of the Solo or the BSA superten to use for hunting and I thought that was an easy choice.
The Solo outranks (IMHO) the Superten on all the points other then looks and loading mechanism, and is well worth the £400 or less... (read more)
Written on: 12/04/2008
Over all pleased with the gun an ideal level entry pcp. The Logun Solo is a good all round Air Rifle (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2008
Light, well made, completely silent with logun silencer, solid trigger, multishot available, smooth bolt action ,beautiful stock, well worth the £300 i payed for it, ideal for hft. lots of dispute about the floating barrel effecting accuracy if it bothers you that much its worth the £15 for the barrel clamp but be careful when putting the clamp on or you may bend the barrel (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2008
For its price the Logun Solo is a very good PCP, very accurate, good value for money, the downside is the stock is a bit light weight (read more)
Written on: 15/11/2007 by tonywoj (1 review written)
We bought the gun 3 years ago we where looking at an S200 but decided to go for the solo instead which was the best thing we did, the ambidextrous stock is useful as i am left handed and my son is right handed so we only need one gun. Only problem we have had was an air leak on the cylinder which was sorted out by logun very promptly. I use the rifle for indoor target shooting at the local club and have an average of 90 out of a 100, this could be better but its me shaking rather than the... (read more)
Written on: 08/11/2007 by goders85
10 out of 10 for value even more so with the add- ons now available.The Logan Solo(18)is a cracking air riffle for the price. (read more)
Written on: 05/02/2007 by markie456 (2 reviews written)
Superb rifle and great value for money. Only drawback is i highly recommend the optional barrel collar for support. I have the .177 version with a Hawke MAP Pro 3-9 x 50 PX scope and the accuracy is stunning. This rifle is very light and a perfect first PCP. Mine is fitted with a Logun silencer and is whisper quiet. However the sound report without the silencer is still pretty quiet so if you are not a hunter it is not essential. Hoping to get the optional 10 shot mag soon - then I think it... (read more)
Written on: 05/12/2006 by 045madmatt (4 reviews written)
Having owned 3 precharged rifles before this has to be by far the best i have ever used. Alright lets be honest the wood work looks very basic to say the least and makes the rifle look a bit on the cheap side but putting that to one side its a accurate as other top brands that you would expect to pay twice as much for. I mainly use my .22 for hunting as i find back yard plinking a total bore with this gun as it's so accurate. She easily dispatches rabbits at 40 yards with headshots every... (read more)
Written on: 28/09/2006 by subdvr (1 review written)
The Logun Solo is an outstanding little rifle, perfect starter PCP. I would recommend getting a barrel collar as the barrel is a free floating set up, although this is the design and the manufacturer states that the barrel is safe. I really felt more comfortable having better secured against knocks.
On the range the rifle is accurate, I have groups of 1.5 cm at 40yds consistently and 1cm at 30yds. On the HFT circuit it is not the rifle that is handling badly but me, I have a ton of... (read more)
Written on: 11/09/2006 by Blackjackblue (3 reviews written)
I have two rifles - an Airarms s400 Classic and this Logun Solo which I tend to use for FT and general hunting. The Logun Solo is a nice accurate all round rifle at a very good price, much better than some of the new cheap imports from the far east - a good beginners PCP. Buy one and you won't be disappointed. (read more)
Written on: 30/08/2006 by gouldie3 (2 reviews written)
I have had my Logun Solo for nearly 1 year and have only found a couple of minor faults with mine. The fully floating barrel has started to sag, so I fitted a barrel support to it, which set me back £18.99, but it is definitely the best 19 quid I have ever spent!
All in all a brilliant PCP. Well done, Logun!!! (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2006 by willwantsone (1 review written)
I bought a Logun Solo today after lots of research and have come to the conclusion that it is the best pcp single shot out there. My mate has a bigger budget than me and was set to get the Axsor but decided against it after not so good reviews and my local supplier advising against it. He then decided to stretch his budget further and go for a Logun mk2 pro. I contacted Logun direct and they said the Solo has a 1-2 week back log and the Mk2 even longer (especially with a left hand stock for... (read more)
Written on: 24/04/2006 by Maui boy (3 reviews written)
I recently purchased a Logun Solo rifle after doing a lot of reading and comparing. My main objective was to find a good hunting rifle with good looks, accurate, and a fair price. I didn't care for a multi-shot or a lot of extras. The Logun Solo is a single shot, bolt action, Precharge rifle with about 27 fpe in .22 cal. perfect for hunting. I received the rifle and saw that the walnut stock was very nicely done in a dark stain and is ambidexious for all you left handed shooters like me. I... (read more)
Written on: 12/03/2006 by nightshooter (1 review written)
I have borrowed a Logun Solo until my new Logun Eagle comes. I have had the Solo for about 3 months now and have claimed a few rabbits and a few squirrels and many pigeon.
I am pleased with the accuracy and performance I can shoot 5 pellets down pretty much the same hole using my preferd pellet the Air Arms Diablo field.
The scope I have on my rifle is at least 20 years old and was taken off my old HW80 (another brilliant rifle.) it could do with a mildot scope but it is still very... (read more)
Written on: 25/02/2006 by mikewareing (5 reviews written)
I purchased my Logun Solo rifle a few weeks back now and am very impressed with virtually every aspect of it.
I zeroed it at 10 yards and being a .177 calabre, the damn thing hits everything at 20, 30 and 40 yards at the same setting.
One thing I did notice however is that I have to re zero it each time I take it out, I think this may be due to it having a floating barrel and it is fairly springy and collides with the air reservior with the tiniest knock.
I am currently looking to fit a... (read more)
Written on: 24/02/2006 by scrich (2 reviews written)
I am located in the USA, so some of the information will be specific to that market. My rifle is .177 FAC power.
I had been thinking about buying a .177 caliber PCP rifle for some time, something in a single shot with sporter stock that I could use for plinking, hunting and for some casual Field Target shooting. Looking around it became apparent that there wasn't much out there that met my criteria of single shot, 19-20 fpe,... (read more)
Written on: 03/12/2005 by Ben Horton (2 reviews written)
I researched cheaper PCP rifles on the internet and on repeatedly caught my eye, The Logun Solo. I phoned my local gunsmiths and put a £50 deposit on the .22 solo he had in stock (I prefer the extra umpf of a .22) . Later on at the weekend I went to pick up my new rifle and was amazed at the build quality, the bolt glides smoothly the finish is great. I browsed some scopes and after declining the offer of an expensive Hawke illuminated recticle scope I opted for a cheaper Webly 3x9x40. As I... (read more)
Written on: 03/11/2005 by tomp (2 reviews written)
The Logun Solo air rifle is very cool. It is also cheap, and cheap for pellets. (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2005 by BomBom101
Well what can I say? Sweden have done a good job with the Logun Solo rifle. At a shade under £300 it performs extremely well.
Out in the field there is no stress on the biceps and triceps when carrying this rifle. Weighs roughly 5.6 lbs compared to my Webley and Scott 7.7 lbs. You get about 80 shots per charge and thats full power shots!
I seen my first prey, a squirrel eating a nut, take a shot, doesn't run away until the pellet lands next to it, this is due to the Logun silencer,... (read more)
Written on: 22/08/2005 by dmr (2 reviews written)
Coming from one of the best pneumatic air rifle producers ever the Logun Solo had to stand up to high expectations, and it has passed all my expectations. the perfectly balanced gun delivers an accurate and powerfull shot which can easily bring down rabbits from 30 yards. And its dirt cheap. (read more)
Written on: 22/07/2005 by robo323 (1 review written)
I have just part exchanged my webley longbow for a Logun Solo .22 air rifle fitted with the mkII silencer and varmint 2.5-10x42 scope. It must have been one of the best decisions I have made. This gun is outstanding at 30 yards - all 5 pellets grouped in less than a five pence coin. I believe all the work I have done in mastering a spring rifle has helped with this. The ease at which the grouping was achieved compared with before is awesome. I fear that my good old faithful hw80k will be... (read more)
Written on: 06/04/2005 by Pookie2533 (1 review written)
I bought the Logun Solo rifle after being fed up with the hassle and weight of spring guns. I traded in my Air arms tx200 hc and my webley stingray and bought the new logun solo. After reading several articles on the differences in calibre size and which is better I opted for a 177. As the pellet drops less over distance and its easier to be more accurate.
The rifle took about 10 mins to sight in and is very accurate. Shooting groups of under an 1" at the 30 yards. On my first trip out me... (read more)
Written on: 28/02/2005 by Thorvald (3 reviews written)
I decided to bite the bullet (excuse the pun) and order my first PCP. Unfortunately the availability of .177 barrels is causing assembly delays at present, so I opted for the .22 version solo. My first impressions when opening up the box were mixed - satisfaction that the gun looks better in the flesh than in the mags (mostly due to the stock and bolt) and also disappointment with some of the finish, but these were easily solved. There was loose rubber on the butt from... (read more)
Written on: 31/01/2005 by treble99
When I first saw the Logun Solo I knew I had to get it. It wasn't the famous logun name or even the price that made me get it. It was the luxurious ambidextrous walnut stock. Like most pcps it's totally recoilless. The gun is also super lightweight and very accurate.
The solo is loud but a silencer will make it almost silent. It came with a decent scope and after zeroing it I was 2p coins at 20yards with every shot. The fist pest to feel its sting was a magpie. It died instantly and was... (read more)