Has any one tried one of these nifty little guns ? ?!
I've played quite a bit with mine . Not yet chronied it , but seat of the pants feel , its ok to easily flatten FT out to 40m & more . I fitted a N/S Gold scope 2 - 7 . Its zeroed at 30m & scope left on 5 power .
I use 5 pumps , 3 is ok for 10m in the garage plinking . 8 pumps , you need arms like Arnie , & a pair of lungs like Dolly .
I cant see any difference between 5 & 6 pumps , other than I can shoot a hundred pellets , pumping to 5 pumps every time .
Even open sights get good droups out at 30 m with my wobbly eyes !
Good fun cheapy gun . Its like a toy , so light !
Look out for Warricks full evaluation of it soon .
Hi is some test that I did with the 737:
Crony it using AA Match pellets ave of 5 shots.
Shot my best best group with the AA's 16mm (once only).
Ave ft/lb ft/s No of Pumps
2.08 357.55 1
3.88 488.30 2
5.25 568.05 3
6.62 637.80 4
7.65 685.40 5
8.55 724.70 6
9.37 758.70 7
10.05 785.00 8
10.87 817.00 9
12.02 853.00 10
12.00 859.00 11
12.52 876.00 12
It is value for mony but not a real AA 400 S PCP.
<span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Sun Apr 16 2006, 08:43PM ]</span>
Nick , I agree its not an AA S 400 . But for a good enough "behind the bakkie seat" gun . Thats what mine will be for .
Just a dangerous toy !
The chrony you did is intersting , 5 pumps is what I thought is about right .
On my gallery there is a picture of a couple of shots at a piece of paper , the black square is the Combat taget patch , I think 20mm x 20 mm .