are far superior to that POS rail they put on the B4-2, so are the iron sites on the B7, the barrel end is protected by the front site on the B7, open on the B4-2. guess thats why the B7 usually retails for a bit more. Trigger may be milled on the B4-2, but the angle of the B7 is much more comfortable. they both are reasonably accuarate(shooting ragged 1 holers off hand at 18'in the shop, think thats easy? give it a try!!!)) and seem to have compareable power(both penetrate one side of a 4lb coffee can filled with water at 66' and put a sever dent on the other side). Overall I would rate the B7 a bit nicer gun than the B4-2. Both of mine are .177. both are Cheap plinking fun.....hope the wood under the mustard and duck sauce is as nice on the B4-2, but thats a January project.
"If you like it, who gives a ratsass what anybody else thinks"
This message has been edited by t.g. from IP address 184.108.40.206 on Dec 17, 2003 4:22 AM
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