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Umarex Ruger .177 Blackhawk

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1 Umarex Ruger .177 Blackhawk on Tue Feb 07, 2012 5:00 pm


Ruger Blackhawk .177 air rifle

Stalk: Synthetic
Rifled steel barrel
Fiber optic front/rear sight
Adjustable trigger
490fps muzzle velocity
4x32 scope w/rings

Just got this rifle at my local CT but paid more then its worth imo, as
ive seen them around the internet for around the 125.00+ range. However,
it is still worth every penny as it is built with quality in mind!
First thing i noticed was the weight of this rifle. Its not super heavy
but it also isnt so light to make it feel cheap. The sights on this rifle
are very nice but i opted to use the scope exclusively. The scope is
of very nice quality and imo is even better then my CenterPoint 4x32.
The 3/8 dovetail rail with backstop is great whereas the rings mount up
tight and solid to, unlike my 1787f rifle where there is not much to grab
off the rail. This is a single shot lead pellet rifle for .177 caliber and
can also be upgraded from the 490fps to the 1000fps range by use of the
Vortek tuning kit which is sweet (noting that you have a valid PAL).
The detailing on the rifle itself is very nice and also has a rubber butt
for the recoil of the rifle. I havent fired it off yet so ill leave more
of a review when i do so. I removed my tactical laser/flashlight from my
Beeman 1787f and mounted it to the scope on my new Blackhawk using the
pressure switches. The velcro patches that came with them dont seem to hold
up so well, so i removed those and just used a good quality 2-sided tape.


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