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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2023 11:29 pm 

Joined: Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:23 pm
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Location: Mississauga , ON. Canada
Hi Folks ,
this review is much like my older review on the Hatsan 130 .30Cal.
Wow , it's very much the same.
It really does shoot like a smoothed out springer gas ram. It feels super tuned. Jag1 sold it too me a few weeks back well it was a trade. I gave him a beautiful Diana N-Tec short rare Carbine model Walnut from AGS.
Anyway back to this breath of fresh air. I say that because most reviews well all reviews on the You Tube world review it as a bad shooter.
Not this one.
Mine in my hands shoots One holes for 3 shots with most of the .25Cal ammo from 11 yards.
It has power. Mine clocks in at a true honest 29 FPE ! I have 5 different pellets for it and Knock Out JSB slugs in .25cal.
Because it's a Ram you can shoot any weight ammo. But it feels right with the H&N Hunter Extremes and the Hornets. I think they all feel right but maybe it's me.
It is a ton of fun too shoot. Open sights when you know a 30 foot pound rifle shoots straight is another realm in itself.
If only it was a tad quieter for my indoor range. I have 15 yards total. But I test everything from 11 yards out.
The trigger is smart very well set up for this power. I left it a bit medium weight as it's safer but it can go down low...
The Turkish walnut out shines any at all I've seen on you tube. Their wood is plain. This piece is dark brown and Lovely.
These days it's nice to see a contender for the world favorite Webley Patriot / Beeman Kodiak .

PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2023 2:36 pm 

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Location: P.G. B.C.
Got a picture?

Best Wishes

PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2023 1:32 pm 
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A whole 11 yards really :shock: That does not tell us much

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