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The Ruger® Air Hawk .177 Caliber Air Rifle fires at a velocity of 1,000 fps and includes a spring-piston break-barrel, adjustable trigger, fiber-optic front and rear sights, 4x32 airgun scope, muzzlebrake, and automatic safety. Length: 44.8''. Weight: 8.16 lbs.
Ruger® Air Hawk .177 Caliber Air Rifle Combo
Bought the airhawk right after christmas after reading all reviews on it. I have to say i agree with all of the good comments, very fast, so far its pretty accurate considering its not even close to broke in. Very good quality and a good looking gun. A friend of mine let me shoot his Gamo big cat and was very unhappy with it. Not accurate, way more kick and way more noise than the Ruger. One small downside is it is heavier than my remmington .243. I would reccomend this gun to a friend.
January 18, 2011
this gun is accurate, powerful and consistent i got this for Christmas and had to wait to shoot it because of the rain but when i did it was amazing. i went through a can of 250 pellets in days it was so much fun to shoot.
January 11, 2011
best airgun ever!
This airhawk is awesome. Right out of the box I was amazed with the quality of this gun. I was outside shooting pop cans for at least an hour, I didn't care if the scope wasn't zeroed yet. The next day I called my friend up and we zeroed in the scope and shot a squirrel ten minutes later. I definetly have fun shooting this. I highly recomend it. I sure didn't get a lemon. If it helps anyone out, the best pellet that I tried is suprisingly the regular crosman pointed pellets.
January 7, 2011
I got this gun today seeing as I live in Canada we have restrictions on fps (Over 600 you need a licence) so this gun has 490 Fps. When I shoot this thing it goes a little over that. I shot a crow and it went right through it. It has good accuracy. The scope is good but can be a pain to get on and zero in but if you can accomplish that your good to go. I have shot from 50 feet away at and it is still extremely accurate. It was also recommended by the staff. Almost all wood and metal :). Does anyone know if it will kill a squirrel at 490-510 Fps?
January 2, 2011
The best answer i can give is,its all about the politics.When you buy the full power version,you need to have your gun licence.You have already bought into the system with your courses and gun licence fees,there fore the product will be cheaper.If you dont have your licence,it will be more expensive,because they want you to think about getting your licence.The prices of the firearms north of the border for the most part are mandated by the ministery.Its complicated to explain,there really is more to it,but i hope this kind of helps.
High right one shot, low left next. Noticed pellets slide in different. Some push in EASY.. and some a bit tighter and some even TIGHTER. Not a pettet gun expert by no means but know this has to effect accuacy. Will a higher quality pellet help or did I get one of the lemons.
Absolutely!! Do not use regular cheap everyday pellets. I checked around and now have proved that Crossman Premier Hollow Point is the most accurate. I can drop three in a inch circle at 40 yards. AND they penetrate critters very well.
First thing you need to do is make sure that every component of the rifle is good and tight.The scope rings must be tight also.Second,when you site in your rifle,make sure you are using the same pellets(you are rite,a higher quality pellet will make a difference).Third,make sure your rifle is good and stable when making your shots for siting.A sand bag or even better,something to clamp the rifle in place when shooting.Also make sure you aim at the same place every time,so you know how far you are out when siting.Good luck.
ive killed skunks a fox, i could see using it for raccons and i def use it for squirels and pesky birds and such, i wouldnt try this on coyotes some people say it will do the job, but being a hunter i want a clean fast kill not a maybe it will die sometime a thousand yards away, stick to red tip pellets for big stuff, typical lead pellets just work fabulous on squirels and such
It really doesnt matter,you can get both versions.The 500 fps or the 1000 fps.The only difference is that you need a PAL for the 1000 fps version.Because it is concidered a fire arm.Any thing over 500 fps,you need the PAL.
Well there is no way to adjust the scope any more, once it's done it's done. I don't see why that would be happening, other than you might be using bad pellets, or you're too far from the target. And be absolutely sure which way you need to adjust it... But if that doesn't work, the first thing you need to do is get a very large target and from 20-30yards, shoot 3-5 shots in the same spot to make sure you know where it's missing. if you get a tight group, then adjust the scope accordingly. If your group is all over the place, then you need diffrent pellets. If all else fails, then get a diffrent scope. good luck!
yesthis is a once shot gun, as are most pellet guns, you can get some with rotary clips that are overly expensive, practice makes a fast loading action, ive never once had a complaint about a single shot
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