Written on: 10/08/2010
after a mixed bunch and decisions on prices and reputation im so glad i bought this rifle. @ setting out targets of one penny peices out to 60 yards , whilst zeroing the new set up .. after only 4 shots for perfect zero i popped off the rest with minimum effort . this rifle in 1.77 calibre is amazing, both for the hunter and field target. perfect balance and a very accurate peice of kit. but dont take my word for it!!! but it you shall not regret it.
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Written on: 13/07/2009 by richie t (1 review written)
upon using a falcon Prairie PF-25 from a freind i have now brought one my self for rabbits i must say it is very good and i have had a lot of success happy shooting. the only bad thing in my opinion is the safety trigger could be on the right not left, but its light to use and very accurate like most falcons reliable (read more)
Written on: 21/07/2008 by landroger
I have owned my Falcon Prairie PF-25 for 6months now cant fault it - everything i want from a air rifle,except the price -but as the saying goes you get what you pay for! (read more)
Written on: 08/02/2008
The first day of using the falcon prairie 25 it developed a fault with the loading system, the magazine would simply jam up. The gun was sent back twice and now it is perfect, falcon were good enough to compensate me and provided a very good service. The gun is very light for its size and very accurate, however its length restricts it in confined spaces, in this case i would go for the pf18 rather than the pf25. The shrouded barrel supresess muzzle noise quite well but with the additional... (read more)
Written on: 13/09/2007 by rosssmith
I bought my .22 used for £620 with good sights a pump and a sling which i thought was ok.
My first impression of the gun was fantastic with its good looks, good accuracy, easy to use 8 shot magazine, and quieter than average silencer. But then i started having a little bit of a problem with one of my three 8shot magazines. It was sometimes jamming which then resulted in me skipping a pellet. Took the mag to my local dealer and was told that there was nothing wrong with it and as there is... (read more)
Written on: 19/07/2007 by jackfrost50 (1 review written)
Beware you don`t sacrifice shootability for a few extra shots, even if you use a sling with this gun you must keep a good hold or the barrel will end up pointing down in a flash. (read more)
Written on: 17/08/2006 by ace22 (4 reviews written)
I have had the Falcon PF-25 for about a month now, and I just cant get enough of this fine rifle. I was very lucky to pick one up used in .22 cal, with the walnut thumb hole stock. I'm glad I didn't have to spend the $1100 entry fee to obtain greatness....but if you have to I think it would be MORE than worth it.
This rifle is amazing....where do I begin? Maybe with the fact that it is a TACKDRIVER. You can shoot into one hole all day long from 35 yards, and extending the range hardly... (read more)
Written on: 09/05/2006 by jayhunter (8 reviews written)
This is a superb gun it handles well (even better without silencer but too noisy) very quiet with silencer fitted, 1 of the most accurate rifles I have ever fired.
The 8 shot mag works well but can sometimes jam causing it to skip a pellet, spare mags are resonably cheap at around £15-£25 each. 16 shot mags also available, though I have not tried one of those yet.
I get around 70-75 useable shots at 12ftlbs in .22 cal, it is effective to around 50 yards for rabbits with good clean kills... (read more)
Written on: 15/12/2005 by rob3dr (18 reviews written)
I got the Falcon Prairie PF-25 air rifle about 3 weeks ago. First impressions were that this gun is a bit bigger than I had expected, unlike some first impressions of the FN-19, however, it points and handles like a dream. Aesthetically, the gun is a work of art with fine lines and details one would expect at this price point.
The gun is 45 inches long and weighs under 7 lbs. It has an 8 shot rotary magazine that feeds any normal sized pellet (14-21gr) that I put through it flawlessly. I... (read more)