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  • Currently 4.20/5

Rating: 4.2/5 (5 votes cast)

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2 October 2007  

Things I liked: Beautiful weapon, functional accessory rails, will fire 30 rounds faster than I am capable of squeezing them off. "You'll go through a tin of pellets in one sitting" is a bit of an understatement. It is incredibly fun to shoot and not so loud that you'll wake the neighbors. It's actually heavier than the 9mm version and kicks more than you'd expect on a full cartridge.
Things I would have changed: Internal screw posts kind of weak. The gun starts to open up a little bit after 500 rounds with slight gaps in the handle and you can start to feel the C02 blowby. This can be fixed easily by the company, but you can reinforce your own too. The magazine is a bit tedious to load and as of now there aren't spares available. The metal post sights are REALLY bad. Mine were impossible to zero.
What others should know: If you want to shoot anything past 10 yards, get some sort of optics. I skimped on the Walther PS22 that comes in the kit version (also available at pyramid air) and within two weeks bought it separately. There's a 4x scope made for it that I can't seem to find anywhere (?). With the PS22, I really have few complaints about this carbine. Tight groups at 25 yards.
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25 September 2007  

Things I liked: with scope and compensator and gamo rocket ammo i can hit, and penatrate a coffee can at 100 yrds up hill over and over with this rifle a nonfirearm I was impressed joseph tarzia stamford , ct..
Things I would have changed: to open action doors and be able to load for single fire or belt fed , ammo box, and the ability to use compressed air and bulk fill co2
What others should know: the last 30-45 shoot on a 88 gram co2 are slow and slowly become slower and weaker intill the pellets dont evan reach the target
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10 September 2007  

Things I liked: The look, the feel, terrific. I have a 9mm Beretta and the look and quality are real close. Haven't really tested the accuracy beyond 10 meters, but holds a decent group at this distance. Overall...a really neat and fun shooter.
Things I would have changed: Would like to see this gun in 22cal. A second mag. supplied would also have been nice. Maybe even a re-fillable CO2/compressed air canister.
What others should know: This one is not my first choice for hunting. I got it to shoot clay disks, tin cans, paper targets, etc. A fun gun. For hunting small game, in my opinion you have to go a bit to beat my Air Force Talon in 22cal.
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9 September 2007  

Things I liked: I bought the Beretta to replace a Crosman Nightstalker (which was a great gun until it became damaged beyond repair). It has the same good looks and feel of the other 'black rifle', and is almost identical in many ways. However the Beretta has the advantage of a 30-round clip which is easier to load into the gun - tho more time consuming to load with pellets. It's fast, fairly accurate and powerful enough for a plinker to play with.
Things I would have changed: I was surprised that, at the price, the sights on the Beretta don't give you as many options and adjustments as the Nightstalker (tho this wasn't a problem for me, since I immediately added a scope). I was also expecting a rifle with more power and better accuracy than the Nightstalker, but they break about even. The addition of a second clip with the rifle would be welcome, since they take time to load, and, at the price, Beretta could cetainly afford to include another clip in the box.
What others should know: Other than the innovative 30-round clip, this rifle is practically a carbon copy of the Nightstalker. The addition of that larger capacity clip, the Beretta nameplate and a hardshell case (which I dont even use, since my rifles are wall-mounted) doesn't justify the BIG difference in price. If I had to do it over again, I'd just buy another Nightstalker. For shooters who want a 'black rifle' I'd recommend doing just that. With what you save, you could buy several handguns to go with it.
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7 September 2007  

Things I liked: Futuristic look, solid feel, smooth function. This looks similar to the cheaper Daisy model but shoots much more reliably. The quality, fit and finish and mechanical function is much higher.
Things I would have changed: Power and accuracy could be bumped a bit higher. 30 rounds disappears pretty fast. It would be nice if it came with an additional clip so you could reload without having to tediously load a new clip.
What others should know: I have a Condor that I use for serious shooting and hunting and I bought this just for fun. My son likes plinking around with this because of the repeater capability.
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