Written on: 23/03/2013
Well i love the gun its so simple to maintain and easy to trip down. I have the career 11 carbine pre antitamper i put a piece of duck tape on the power setting and crono every time i take the gun out, once you have learnt how to use the pellet stop your on your way i use a hand pump so i can refill in the field these guns are similar to the sumatra that is sold on gun star new ,this company imports them and do spares the seals i buy on ebay… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2013
a great gun in fact nothing comes close to this ,its not for everyone all i can say is its different ,and heavy but you wil getb to like this gun ,its a well made gun easy to lode on high power ,not to many shots trigger a bit heavy its only faults Read full review… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2010
a great gun in fact nothing comes close to this ,its not for everyone all i can say is its different ,and heavy but you wil getb to like this gun ,its a well made gun easy to lode on high power ,not to many shots trigger a bit heavy its only faults… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/08/2010 by bushcraft (1 review written)
A intimidating looking rifle, no spares available, customer services are a joke !! best avoided in my opinion. get a great Brit PCP for reliability & spares (if ever needed!) noisy, clumsy & rsovoirs too small, not enough shots. ok for the novelty ,not a serious rifle, for accuracy either… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2010 by hunterxxxl (3 reviews written)
I am from Slovenia, and i have the same gun, i must say the gun is yust superb and has amaing accuracy. At 100m a can hit a 5 cmm circle with no problem, it can penetrate 2,5- 3 cm of pine wood at 100 m, so i thinh you could kill fox with a head shot with no problem. It still has 30 ft/ lbs at 100m. I get 1,5 cm group at 50 m. I have a scuba tank so filling is no problem, i just plug it in and its done. It has enough power do drop small and medium game ar distances reserved only for… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/11/2009
one of the best pcps out there for a great value. Unsurpassed power and sturdy built. No cheap materials used to build this one. I know it has many years in the market, but still, I find almost no match when it comes to serious hunting or long range target shooting. All the nonsense with trigger pull, etc is really secondary. I would buy 4 of these instead of a single expensive British airgun.
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Written on: 09/08/2009
Got a modified ShinSung Career 707 mk II, When 1st purchased Air leaking through transfer port loudest rifle I heard, more like an assault rifle, even at 3/4 mile away sounded like a 12 bore shotgun, overhauled all seals drilled new transfer port to 2.5 mm(one i took out was drilled to maximum 4.7 mm), alot better, now only hear spring action. All in all I love the rifle, got a bipod, cammo taped silencer, barrel every thing thats black is taped, The stock is a custom stock, looks like a… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2009 by murjon (1 review written)
I have a RWS Career 707 Mk 11 .22 cAL.Air Rifle. The Rifle is Leaking mabye I need new Seals and O.Rings. The Rifle was bought in 2005 it has fine walnut stock and forearm parts.and fine metal plates ingrained finshed… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/11/2008 by julesatbrakes (2 reviews written)
A really good gun to add to a collection. The RWS CAreer 707 is well made, powerful, good power adjustment. I do think it had poor probe filling, the fill valve jams and i think that pellet selection is critical for bale arm to operate effectively… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/10/2008 by nygelsylvester (2 reviews written)
The full length version 707 can be tuned to deliver a steady 110 foot pound if the air tanks are correctly joined, cant give to much away as this may lead to to dodgy tampering, chuck on a 2.5 barrell and you got a small deer rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2008 by Itchy123 (1 review written)
This Rifle is by far the nicest most powerful and accurate rifle i have ever owned! Career II 707 .22 cal the origanal one like in the photo at the top of the page not the newer ones that have plastic sides and the new ones don't have the engraving design on the sides like mine! Unfortunately, I can't find my owners manual, and can't find one on the web to download? Does anyone know where i can get a new manual, forgot how to adjust the pellet feeder pin inside! I remember taking the gun in… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2008
The RWS Career 707 is a great all round gun, i love using it… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2008 by tjbarker (1 review written)
well i had a career 707 the small one on FAC pumpin outmore than 40 ftb it was th kill in machene of the guns i killed a rabbit a bought 250yrds with a per of sims sights i reomend this gun if u culd get theparts try 2 make the parts esier 2 get… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/02/2006 by shinsung (1 review written)
A well balanced gun great for ground that you can't bring a 22 rim fire on.
Over all the RWS Career 707 was an experence put me completely off co2 guns… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/01/2005 by Sniperdon (4 reviews written)
RWS Career 707 - I owned both .22 RWS 707 rifle and RWS 710 Tanker (same barrel length as RWS 707 Carbine). I found that the penetration power of the rifle is around 30% stronger than the tanker. I bought the tanker and it has the air-leakage problem initially, though the problem have been fixed up immediately by my agent. In comparision with this incidence, I found 707 is much more stable in it's quality and it never have any comments of air-leakage problem from my friends owning this model… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2005 by sdiddlysquat (2 reviews written)
Since owning my 65ftlb career 707 (target version) I've been nothing but amazed at its performance!
Having owned guns like the daystate harrier X and rapid 7, the career had a lot to live up too!
Well, it sure didn't let me down. At first it felt clumsy, bulky and heavy but after a while, a lot of testing using the power adjuster and a bit of setting up, a sling and tuning, it started to show it's true colours.
I can hit a 2inch target at about 70 yards with .22 bisley magnums (21gns)1140fps… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/08/2004 by Sergeant Hodges (1 review written)
Both the .22 & .25 Career 707's are very, very, accurate. I have shot one hole
3 shot groups with the .22 using 35 gr. Pelletman H.P. Pellets. Kodiaks shoot
Almost as good on calm days.
The Weight is a bit heavy but, I'm OLD and LAZY. I should have bought the
Carbine versons but, the long gun is worth the carry. The rifles are loud but with a Logun
or, one of those Carbon Fiber Mod.'s. All you can hear is the tink of the trigger… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2003 by devilbiss uk (1 review written)
I own a career 707 mk2 in 22 cal.it powers out 53ft pounds at lower and 57ft pounds on high setting.using 22 bisley magnums ive found these very accurate and lethal on quarry. its a good allrounder does the same job as a 22 rimfire without the worry of how far the round will travel.22 rimfire subsonics produce 90 ft pounds and shoot 40 grain bullets and my career produces nearly 60ft pounds using 21 grain pellets. can you see the similarity. A much better allrounder and safer to use and has the… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2003 by Blackserpent (4 reviews written)
Many thanks to my american friends for their excellent reviews about the CAREER 707. I live in Belgium. Thanks to all their excellent reviews and comments about the CAREER 707 on this website,I bought myself two of these guns : the rifle (long version) in .22 and the short carbin in .25.
The accuracy and power of the rifle in .22 is unbelievable : at lowest setting and with a light and cheap BSA pellet, it shots accuratly
up to 45 yards. If you go on with two clics at the power wheel,this bad… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/11/2003 by lucifer707 (1 review written)
I now own both .22 and .25 shih sung careerII 707 long rifle and i love them alot.
.22 is more reliable and more fun to play with in my own opinion, i get about 50+ shots on low power setting until the pressure drop to 1600psi, even on low power setting it has plenty of power to take down any small game out to 50 yards.
accuratcy is good if you could manage to keep the air consistence, my career love 21grn and 29grn heavy pellet.
the career is loud even fitted with shin sung silencer, but i… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2003 by missionguy. (1 review written)
I just receive the Career 707 .22, and I do like the adjustable power a lot. It can be adjusted from almost zero to full power. The inline magazine can load Kodiak without any problem, but can't load CP or other regular weight pellet. I was forced to load one pellet at a time. Any suggestion will be appreciated. I also have a Tarantula .22. Besides being a bit difficult to hold the Career, the accuracy is almost as good as the Tarantula. Since the Career has a large air tank, it took me almost… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/05/2003 by Martin. (1 review written)
I have the career 707 .22 carbine.let me tell you this one of the most powerful and accurate airguns.
I use my career for hunting and target.the career was made more for hunting and long rages shooting type. you get about 40shots on high power 60lbs of energy.if you looking for a light,powerful,and accurate air rifle go for the career 707 carbine.I like the career 707 carbine more than the career 707 rifle.the career 707 rifle is to heavy and to long.they both have same power,accuracy,and fps… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2003 by Gam. (1 review written)
Is nothing but a monkey shooter. Heavy Not enough shots 80ftp is not powerful enough … Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2002 by fumanchu. (1 review written)
I have the Career 707 0.22 carbine. I use it for plinking-hunting-target pest control. I can't say too much about it, but in my view it's the best-unique versatile airgun available at modest cost.
If i had to own only one air-rifle it would be the Career… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2002 by fumanchu. (1 review written)
I have the RWS Career 707 0.22 carbine. I use it for plinking-hunting-target shooting. I can't say too much about it, but in my view it's the best-unique versatile airgun available at modest cost.
If i had to only have one air-rifle it would be the Career… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2002 by matrixtom. (1 review written)
I have owned many air guns in the past years. Pump ups, spring air break barrels, side lever and a CO2 pistol.
But nothing compares to my most recent purchase: a RWS Career 707. Nothing compares for accuracy (sorry Beeman),
power and velocity, or independance (sorry Gamo). I am very pleased with the craftsmanship and quality of this gun.
The hand pump adds definite independance that no CO2 charged gun can for the same price. One pumping session
has proven to be worth 60 to 80 rounds of… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/04/2002 by AndrewLeung. (1 review written)
I have all 3 versions of the Standard RWS Career line 707 air rifles in .22 caliber: Rifle, Carbine, Tanker Carbine. The Tanker Carbine is the weakest link of the Career line as the removable tank is just a poor design (too much flexing). I don't think is a good product but might be a good collectable piece one day. The Rifle is by far my most prefered of the 3 as I get more shots, and is more accurate. I can mount the shortest Harris bipod and make quite an awesome sniper rig for it. I have… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2002 by Melkor. (1 review written)
Good lord where to start with the RWS Career 707 air rifle. Some say that this rifle is ugly, I disagree. Strange, maybe. Out of the ordinary, certanly. But, as I stated, fit and finish are so beautiful it warranted mention a second time. My rifle holds 13 rounds of Beeman Kodiak 21.0 gr pellets in this nifty spring loaded magazine (I carry 3 for quick reloads). The lever action functioned flawlessly, never jammed for me. There is a small pellet stop in the MKII model that allows you to set the… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/12/2001 by C Ramsay. (1 review written)
My .20cal RWS career 707 is impressively accurate. As long I do my part... the gun will do its part. Just to give you an idea of how accurate the gun is with CPs... I am able to shot blades of grass and weeds (like dandy lions) with ease at 20-30 yards. 9mm shells dont stand a chance at 50 yards, and they jump =)
Another point is its effective range... is serious. I shoot soda cans at 100yards, and its hard to miss you if you know your trajectory. Very flat shooting esp when set to 35ft lbs… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/12/2001 by Rman. (1 review written)
Every serious PCP shooter should have one of these. The 707 is tremendously accurate, and has take down power that no other air rifle in the same caliber can match. It is not the prettiest rifle but it makes up for that in performance… Read Full Review