Used some Cabela *points*.....

Last spring wondering around Cabela, saw this little “Fun” gun.
I’ve got other air pistols n rifles but being a “1-cock” load n shoot, why not.
Plus trying to use up some of my Cabela points incase the new corporate owners...”Bass Pro” cancels or changes things.

So....Pretty much the same size as my .22 BuckMark firearm.
And,...for backyard-suburban plinkin’....why not!
Metal target/backstop ain’t too bad either. (got that with my points also)
 

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Chalky

Plinker
Jun 30, 2019
74
8
Central IN
Have one of these too, cheap fun plinker. Put a cheap red dot on it as well and it's fairly accurate considering... Like you said, feels very similar to a buckmark. Not very powerful (thinking 350fps or so) but single cock which I prefer to co2. Everyone seems to enjoy shooting it.
 

rugertoter

Master
Apr 9, 2011
3,004
48
N.E. Corner
BMWRich, read about that one in one of my airgun magazines...British article. I was impressed from the write up, and it's accuracy was superb.

Have you shot it yet?
 
BMWRich, read about that one in one of my airgun magazines...British article. I was impressed from the write up, and it's accuracy was superb.

Have you shot it yet?
(sorry late reply)
Yes shot about 100 or so pellets.
Mostly while having a Cupa’Jo sitting on the backyard patio.
The factory cheapie sights ain’t too bad either!
Trigger is tuff tho,....but,...then I feel it’s good training for improving trigger control on my other firearms.
 

rugertoter

Master
Apr 9, 2011
3,004
48
N.E. Corner
(sorry late reply)
Yes shot about 100 or so pellets.
Mostly while having a Cupa’Jo sitting on the backyard patio.
The factory cheapie sights ain’t too bad either!
Trigger is tuff tho,....but,...then I feel it’s good training for improving trigger control on my other firearms.
Nice! Of the three air pistols I have, the Diana Chaser, CO2 in .22 caliber, is my favorite. I can get about 45-50 decent shots per 12 gram cylinder, and they run around 420-445 FPS. The trigger is good, but with my XL size hands, I struggle a bit with the grip on the pistol. It likes the H&N stuff the best so far.
 

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