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Performance of My 760 Exceeded My Expectations

April 18 2017 at 6:16 PM

A.O. Martinez  (Login aom22)
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Response to The 760 was my first BB/pellet gun...

So far ... so good.
My 760 has exceeded the performance of my spring and piston Daisys.
Albeit, requiring 4-strokes of compression to equal the pecan smashing power of my Model 25.

Sure wished I could mount a peep-sight on the 760 .... that would be great.

Even so, spent the last hour shooting the 760, the semi-buckhorn rear sight open sight take
some practice to gain proficency.
I've been able to hit 1-inch pecans at 25-feet off-hand if I'm very careful.
At 21-feet, I can smack pecans consistently - loads of fun.

But, there are somethings I dearly miss about the Daisys.
The feel of wood and metal ... very satisfying.
While the 760 ... much like the Daisy 880 and Crosman 2100/2200 ... traditional steel.
But, employ much more lightweight synthetic materials that are not nearly as welcoming to the touch
as wood.

This message has been edited by aom22 from IP address on Apr 23, 2017 7:44 AM

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