Remington® Express Air Rifle

   

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Brown/ Wood Stock

  • Hardwood stock with Model 700 inspired grip checkering
  • Break barrel action
  • Spring and piston powered
  • 4 x 32 scope or use open sights
  • Two stage adjustable trigger
The Remington Express Air Rifle features a superbly finished hardwood stock and grip checking inspired by the classic Remington Model 700. This spring and piston powered air rifle features a break barrel action, a two stage adjustable trigger and an automatic safety mechanism. It includes a 4 x 32 scope or use the fiber optic front sight and fully adjustable rear sight. Total length: 45". Barrel length: 19". Weight 8 lbs.

Manufacturer model #: 89200.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by wonderful air rifle Rifle has an excellent trigger. beautiful wood finish and bluing. Of f of a rest groups into one ragged hole. For an inexpensive scope it works fine. A CROSS EYED SCHOOL TEACHER WAS FIRED BECAUSE SHE COULD NOT KEEP HER PUPILS STRAIGHT !!! February 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hard Shooter I bought the Remington Express because of the Remington Arms reputation of making good guns. I know that this Remington was really made by Crossman/Benjamin but they have endorsed this gun with their brand. This is a full size rifle with a hefty weight of 8 lbs and comes with a 4 X 32 scope that is adequate for 10 meter shooting. I don't know what the velocity of the 8.2 grain RWS pellets that I have been breaking the rifle in with, but I can tell you I had to reinforce my Marksman Pellet Trap with 2 sheets of 16 Ga steel plates to keep the pellets from exiting out the back. The first shot out of the gun was as loud as a 22 rimfire but after a few more shots it quieted down to what you would expect from a air rifle. The loud crack was due to the factory oil that was burned off and dieseling that is normal until all the oil is burned off. The wood finish was good but there was one spot where the sprayed lacquer was too thick and it ran. The checkering was first class. After shooting about a 100 pellets the rifle is now starting to shoot 5 shot groups that you can cover with a dime at 10 meters. The scope eye focus had to be turned several times before the target became clear with the cross hairs in focus. Bottom line is this is a lot of gun for the money. November 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Express 26 This is a clone/copy or the R9. I can only tell how my air rifle preformed, which surprised me. With Kodiak Match the pellet were touching at 10 yards, that is GOOD news! the checkering is very good also. It needed two drops of oil to stop the honking. It has a nice Spring guide to tone down the powerful spring. The most interesting thing is the resettable safety. This would be a great starter rifle. It is made well, Solid. It should last years (you will replace a spring and a seal) But that goes with all spring rifles. For the money this is a nice air rifle. Same barrel size as a Quest. I believe the B26 parts will fit . I bought it because of the stock and I like the R9 platform.It is boarder line magnum power. Around 15fpe. mine is anyway. I am happy with mine! Thanks. October 12, 2013
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Is this a quality rifle for this price range?
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Yes. This is not your father's air rifle. Hard shooter and very accurate.
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For the price it has enough Quality! It is a well made air rifle, the stock is really nice.
Would I recommend it to a friend...YES.
On par with Crosman and Gamo. 13/15 fpe.
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Yes, for the money it is worth it! I have seen rifles not as good go for more money!
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I believe the quality is adequate for this price point. But I was not expecting it to be as nice as my other Ruger rifles, either.
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What is the velocity?

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No velocity is given for the NEW Remington Express Air Rifle. This is important within the 'description' , because every buyer wants to know.
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The stated velocity on the box and in the user's guide is that it will shoot a pellet at 1000 fps. Does not say what kind of pellet e.g., alloy or lead but I would suspect that the 8.2 gr lead pellets I am shooting are approaching or exceeding this range just by the way that they are almost exiting out the back of a Marksman Pellet trap at 10 meters. I have had to re-enforce the back with a couple of 16 ga steel plates.
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Ok , pellet weight makes all the difference.You can shoot the light alloy and get close to the 1000fps, but in the real world you would use a lead pellet for more stability and accuracy. Lets say it seems to be around 800 fps with a 9ish grain pellet.This is a good pellet velocity.Hope this helps.
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Per Remington, this air rifle will shoot 1,200 fps using lead free pellets.

Your fps will range depending on what pellets you use (plastic, lead, or lead free). The heavier the pellet, the less fps you will get out of the pellet.
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Details on the box and literature says 1,000 fps
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