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  1. 4 years ago
    Great Purchase
    Great gun for the price. Got it on sale for $100. Once I sighted it in with good ammo its been nothing but reliable and accurate. For cheap ammo I highly recommend the Crosman Wadcutter 500ct. Very accurate and cheap. More accurate than the Crosman Destroyer but the Destroyer is also a good pellet. DO NOT BUY the Daisy Pointed pellets. They would not hold a 2ft grouping at 20 yards. If you want a hard shooting, accurate, and affordable gun, go with the Big Cat.
  2. 5 years ago
    Great rifle
    This air rifle surprised me with its accuracy and power. Very good product, especially so, considering the low price. Only one thing that I would recommend to Gamo is, if possible, reduce the weight a little. I obtained best results with Gamo Hunter pellets.
  1. 4 months ago
    Tried and true "Old Reliable"..
    I bought this air rifle back in the early 70s. It cost $34 back then. Keep a little Pel Oil on it ever so often and it's always good to go. No telling how many squirrels I've taken with it. Mine is a .177 caliber but obviously a .22 will have more knockdown power. There's a lot of airguns on the market today but in my opinion you can't beat this one.
  2. 5 years ago
    Benjamin 392
    I love these guns, but you need to know a few things to fix to get the most out of them. Mine had the black paint overspray inside the front of the barrel. It needs to be removed with a Q tip and solvent to get the best accuracy. If you like to do your own gun work, there are instructions on internet airgun forums to make the gun much easier to pump. I did the one that changes the one heavy valve spring to a two spring set with a lighter inlet valve spring. This is so simple it should be done at ... read more the factory. Has the same power with a lot less effort to pump.
  1. 3 years ago
    very accurate
    I bought the full black version of this gun at accademy for 25$.  I had a 20$ gift card so i was like ok it looks cool. So i got it home and put the scope on it(I AM HORRIBLE WITH IRON SIGHTS) And shot. It wasnt accurate at first but after ajusting it i can hit cans that are up to 30-40 ft away. I highly belive the gun is strong enough to kill a squirrel or most birds. Personnally i think mine was just as accurate with bbs as it was with pellets. the glasses the gun comes with is very good. ... read more Overall a great gun.
  2. 4 years ago
    great for kids
    Great for getting your kids acquainted will the basics of gun safety. Hasn't changed much from the one i had 25yrs. ago. Lots of fun to shoot and have a good time. Fairly accurate to around 30yds. Yellow (fiberoptic?) front sight is a great improvement and very easy to see. Scope is worthless, just threw it in the trash, better to let your kids learn with iron sights anyways.
  1. 3 years ago
    great gun
    i bought this gun today. it works great it said on the owners manual that it was going to be noisy and off target till you put at least 100 pellets threw it. when i shot it it was not loud and after sighting it in with 10 shot i put three shots in a bottle cap from 40 yards it is a great gun. but there is two things it would fix. i would put a better scope and the first time i cocked it was really hard but then easy after a few times of cocking it
  2. 2 years ago
    Great for small game hunting!
    I bought this rifle just before Christmas. Really, didn't know if it was going to serve me well for squirrel/rabbit hunting or not. After mounting a 3-9X40 scope, I happen to have laying around, on it. And, cleaning the barrel out. Its accurate enough to harvest squirrels at about 35 yards. I like using this over my other guns for small game because there is no loud "bang" to scare off other game.
  1. 5 years ago
    This gun is by far the best bb gun that i have ever had. I bought this gun when i turned 12 years old with my birthday money and i am now 16 years old. It is very accurate, with iron sights but i would invest in a 3-9X32 from walmart. I have killed many rabbits, birds, snakes, and even a tiny mice from 25 yards away. The total distance accuratly is around 50 yards give or take. This is a great gun, i put it through a lot of stuff and still works like new. If you are thinking about getting it, ... read more dont think and just do it.
  2. 5 years ago
    Moneys worth and lots of fun
    Easy loading, easy pump - but long motion nice lil' scope (very nice for price honestly) fixed sights if not using the scope bb and pellet makes cheap target shooting and practice then good small game hunting if wish. Mine is getting old and only issue is the stock butt is loose feeling no matter how tight i try tighten it (thinking I am buying larger screw soon and tap new hole) but for the use and abuse, i'm lucky it's still even on. Read complaints about the cheap scope......NOT FROM ME..... ... read more for price, you get very well made gun and good scope. I have PERSONALLY HIT TARGETS IN WIND SHOOTING THREW A MOVING BUSH 50FT AWAY more then a couple times. (AND I am NO pro or hunter or even sport shooter really) with only 4 pumps and bb's. I am impressed and I will buy DAISY BRAND again any day.
  1. 2 years ago
    My eight Red Ryder
    This is the sixth, seventh, and eight Red Ryder purchased for the latest three grandkids born this year. I grew up learning about how to respect and safely handle a firearm with the Daisy my parents gave me. I passed that legacy on to my kids and now to my eight grandkids boys and girls alike. Daisy is a great company with great products and Academy provided the most value for the dollar.
  2. 5 years ago
    Great Product
    Every kid should have a red ryder. Probably the longest lasting bb gun ever.
  1. 2 years ago
    Very Good Quality
    Very well made. Just make sure to try several different pellets types(very important). I am using Crosman Premier Hollow points . Also check all screws as my guns barrel pivot screw was loose. Very accurate up to about 60 feet.
  2. 3 years ago
    It'll Get 'er Done
    I bought mine today and I'm satisfied with the power and accuracy. Better get yourself one, and get er done.
  1. 10 months ago
    Great gift idea!
    I bought this for my little girls birthday and I am so glad I did. It's a gift she can have for years to come. Growing up in the South every kid needs a BB gun and this one is a great value.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great for the outdoor little girl
    This is a great product for the outdoor little girls. My daughter is 6 and is "tickled pink" about getting this.
  1. 3 years ago
    awesome gun
    once i threw away the gamo scope and put another brand on it the rifle is extremely accurate out to 70 yds. do yourself a favor by getting a scope when you purchase this rifle. the pellets are fast, the noise is a little much but less than a 22 LR. highly recommend
  2. 2 years ago
    I got this gun a day or two ago and it performs excellent! Extremely accurate and lethal to small game, and yes it is way more quieter than regular air guns!
  1. 2 years ago
    Fun gun
    Great gun to play with. I bought it to get the birds off my boat dock. Only con is that you can only get about 15 bb's in the 30 round area. Overall fun gun
  1. 5 years ago
    Excellent gun for the price!
    I purchased the Gamo Recon a while back since before I was using the crossman american classic pump pistol which wasn't hitting targets far away. This gun completely took care of that right away, from roughly 25-45 feet away was hitting my targets (Annoying Birds), mind you have to zero (center) in the scope it comes with but rather than using that scope I put on my Gamo Recon the Daisy winchester 4x32 ao scope and it a great combo! This gun is also "break barrell" so no more loud and annoying ... read more pumping for the gun, just break the barrell which is smooth n easy put in your pellet and you're ready to go!
  2. 4 years ago
    Gamo Recon Air Rifle 177 Cal.
    Was very pleased, it is a great choice for a child's first gun. Light and accurate. A very good value. I would recommend this rifle, you wouldn't be disappointed.
  1. 10 months ago
    Great rifle
    I bought this just because I liked the looks. I have a Gamo that's the same fps. and side by side the Umarex is a lot quieter and a little more accurate with RWS pellets. Both will go thru 1/2 plywood @ 40'. The Umarex is heavier and harder to cock.
  2. 3 years ago
    Great Looks! As well as good performance!
    Happy with rifle. Small problem in shipping. Customer Service fixed problem fast and  to my satisfaction. Thank you! 
  1. 3 years ago
    Just what I wanted
    I bought this gun for my 5 year old. He was trying to shoot the Red Ryder which was too long. He was also using an older pump BB gun that was too long for him and difficult to pump. Now that he has the Buck Air Rifle he doesn't struggle to hold the gun and he can simply aim and shoot. It is not hard for him to pump it either. I am so glad to have a bb gun that fits him so well!
  2. 3 years ago
    Great Gun!
    Purchased two Daisy 105 Bucks and both are nice.  Fun to shoot.  Perfect for a young beginner.  Well pleased with the price!
  1. 7 months ago
    This is a great pellet rifle!
    Had this rifle for two years now and over a thousand shots been fired from it. I upgraded the scope on it for better vision. I recommend H&N Sport "Hornet" Pellets made in Germany for this rife. It will give you the best accuracy and penetration. The scope I use is a Barska 3-9x42 IR (You can buy all on line) If you can afford to buy all three you will have the most accurate and deadliest air rifle around! Shoot with confidants friend!!
  2. 2 years ago
    its the perfect pellet gun
    It excited all my expectations I would buy it agin if I could
  1. 1 week ago
    Very accurate
    If your semi serious about shooting small game this thing is amazingly accurate. 35 yards out 4 out of 5 times I can put the pellet through the same hole. Which I could not stand the break barrels missing and being slightly off everytime. I have the gun paired with a nice Nikon scope. The .22 is a severe round that will put any squirrel down instanstly. Also the gun is very light. It is a loud so if you live in a tight neighborhood then this gun would not be for you UNLESS you get the tko ... read more surpressor like I did. It was only 50 bucks and it's a great quality item and makes the gun quite enough to shoot in the backyard with neighbors. If you don't want to deal with that then get the Maurder but it does not come with pump. I can get about 25-30 shot out the gun before having to repump.
  1. 3 years ago
    Nice rifle and features - good price!
    After a bit of research, decided on this as a target and pest rifle.  Liked the FPS rating and the 3-year warranty  (better than any others I saw).  Need to tweak the scope a little but so far, so good. Thankful for the muzzle silencer because this little beast is still pretty loud!
  2. 3 years ago
    great air rifle
    I purchased this air rifle two weeks ago and can say it is a very nice rifle but the reason I did not give it five stars is because of the lack of open sights and the scope. Having experience with scopes I would recommend putting a shim on the rear mount you can buy adjusting mounts but they cost almost as much as the rifle so what I did is take a pop can , cut a piece to fit rear mount and rap it with electrical tape an mount scope.. works great and hold accuracy great !
  1. 3 years ago
    Nice gun for pests
    I've enjoyed practicing and getting the sight lined up with the BBs (50 per load, 1 pellet at a time though). I also bagged my first squirrel with a pellet 3 weeks after receiving the rifle from UPS. Everything works well and I'm enjoying keeping the squirrels out of the bird feeders.
  2. 3 years ago
    Great Learning Tool
    I bought the Daisy air rifle for my grandson for Christmas and he is enjoying it. As when I was young, the air rifle is a great learning tool as to shooting accuracy, safety and responsibility.  Daisy has always been a quality brand and I expect it will bring him joy for years to come.
  1. 3 years ago
    Excellent Choice For Backyard Pests
    Had a .177 but did not have any stopping power. This gun can put down varmints with one shot. Super quiet hydraulic fluid action. Break barrel load and cock is a breeze and allows for quick follow up shots if needed. 3x9 scope is a bit much for an air gun but it works. Pistol grip thumb hole stock provides for an excellent grip and hold. At 8 lbs, a bit heavy but is well balanced and manageable. Adjust out all the slack from the trigger pull.
  2. 5 years ago
    Powerful and quiet
    This is my second Crosman break barrel gun, my first "Benjamin" brand. My spring piston Crosman quit working after 20 years, so that ain't bad. Squirrels have started eating right into the wood siding of my house. I've cut back the trees but need to thin the squirrels out! Tried my old Crosman spring piston .177 but it had lost it's accuracy entirely. I will miss how easy it cocked and it's very crisp trigger, but it's in my gunsafe on retirement for now. Bought this Benjamin Trail NP All ... read more Weather at my local Academy for 229.99 plus a package of rifle targets and a tin of 500 Benjamin hollow-point .22 pellets. Pros: -I have now put 70 pellets through it and it has become unbelievably quiet. Holy cow. It makes less noise than my childhood Daisy multi-pump gun did if I gave it only one pump and was shooting BBs! It sounds about like what I'd expect a suppressed .22 LR to sound like. -Accuracy (so far tested out only to 30 yards) is so good you won't believe it. A little erratic the first 30 shots. Now will stack .22 holes in the bulls eye touching each other. I'm out of practice, but I am sure it will eventually be possible for me to shoot 20 shots into a nickel sized hole at that range. Maybe a dime if I use my bench rest. That may not sound too awesome to someone reading this who is a varmint hunter expert, but I'll be the first to say I'm not a good shot. The limiting factor here is the shooter, not the gun! Look out squirrels! -Power is tremendous. I am shooting 14.3 grain hollow-point .22 lead pellets. They should be doing about 800 FPS. They are going right through 3/4 inch plywood. They have even started to blow the back out of a second sheet of 3/4 inch plywood I laid behind the first one to protect my cedar fence. The energy they are delivering to target must be tremendous. Lots of wood chips on the ground behind the first plywood sheet and even some shards behind the second sheet of plywood! I had better build a real backstop -Easy to mount and sight in the scope. -Easily to install the sling Cons: -No iron sights. While I was working my way through the break in, a squirrel ran across the yard 5 feet from me. He'd be as dead as fried chicken if I had iron sights. No bigee - how often is that going to happen? -The only issue with this gun: the trigger. Whereas my old spring-piston gun had about a 3/16 inch of trigger travel, I am not kidding when i tell you the tip of the trigger on this gun goes through every bit of an inch. I didn't measure it, but that's my guess. At first I was literally having to let out my breath, pull it most of the way, breathe, let out my breath, settle down and pull it the last 1/4 inch. I think I have now figured it out /gotten used to it. Crosman describes it as a two stage trigger and indeed, once you pull it back 1/2 the distance you can relax your trigger finger, and the second pull of the trigger will be very easy until the trigger breaks. I guess for cost reasons they did not put in a noticeable click/detent at the first stage. A two trigger system such as is on some hunting rifles would also have been a nice way to go, but again expensive. What you have instead is a vague and very long pull. With practice I have been able to get into the habit of pulling it most of the way/setting the trigger before even thinking about letting settling my breathing, and then once there, I settle down and finish the last of the trigger pull. There is an adjustment screw which the manual says will shorten the "length of the second stage" but I have not found adjusting it to make a difference, unless it's already as short as possible and turning it clockwise would somehow make it even worse! I will have to get a proper tool to adjust it some more and see what happens. Verdict: All that aside, this is a very quiet, very accurate, hard hitting .22 pellet rifle with a trigger you have to learn to use. I would definitely recommend the gun to friends but I would share that observation. If you know that trigger will drive you nuts, buy another gun.
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