I bought it mostly to hit Armor with and planned initially to sell it.
But it is such a fine Rifle, made in USA, and it won my heart.
It shoots like a dream. It is very well crafted.
They should charge more for it.
It was only $199. It was way worth every penny too.
I took three guns yesterday and because I enjoyed shooting the CVA Hunter so much, I barely shot my Hi-Point 380 and never even got to my 9mm Ruger.
This rifle winning my heart was not expected. It has no iron sights. Everyone who knows my shooting preferences knows I prefer iron sights be on a rifle.
But the Dead-On scope mounts that come with rifle work well.
I just have a Beeman air rifle scope on it. And if you watched video of yesterday you can see I had no problems acquiring a target fast and then drilling it.
This is not a “Tactical” rifle.
But like I always say, we are the platform.
I can run this break barrel pretty quick though. In a SHTF scenario there are many potential roles for this rifle.
It is the kind of gun one can “provide” to a novice in a pinch and more likely than not help the “cause.”
It stays. It will soon become secondary but it stays.
Buy one. You won’t regret it.
I will be ready in a minute or less.
I can turn whippersnappers into marksman in a day or less if I have to.
The best historians among you know the role airguns can and have play in both training and in battle.
I can give you curriculum using air guns that if you do it as instructed will make you phenomenal.