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Ruger Blackhawk Combo air rifle

by Ruger
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List Price: $136.95
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  • caliber: 0.177
  • velocity: 1000.00 ft/sec
  • Warranty: One year limited warranty
  • Includes 4x32 Scope
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Ruger Blackhawk Combo air rifle + Crosman Destroyer .177 Cal, 7.9 Grains, Pointed, 250ct
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Product Description

Ruger Blackhawk rifle spring-piston break-barrel single-shot. All-weather ambi composite stock fiber optic sights (fully adjustable rear) Includes 4x32 scope and mount. Ideal for plinking and dispatching rodents. 4x magnification 32-Millimeter objective lens 1 tube 1/4 MOA Duplex reticle Parallax setting unknown 29-Feet field of view at 100-Yards 3 eye relief 8-Millimeter exit pupil 13.2-Ounce. (with mount) 12.9 long. Includes 11-Millimeter dovetail rings. Other features nitrogen-filled shockproof Fog-proof, waterproof, wind-age and elevation adjustments Multiple lens coatings Matte black finish.
Click on the AMMO link for suggested pellets. Ruger Blackhawk with (unmounted) 4x32 air-gun scope and mount. Ideal for plinking and taking small game.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 46.5 x 6.5 x 3 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001V67HTY
  • Item model number: 2244010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (205 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,664 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very strong and accurate.
Ronald
Using normal weight pellets this rifle breaks the sound barrier and sounds like a 22 lr, it is VERY loud!
Kindle fan
Scope was easy to mount and sight in.
ROBERT L KEOUGH

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

177 of 186 people found the following review helpful By Old Codger on January 2, 2012
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IMO, this is the greatest bargain in .177 air rifles available today. It is a clone of the RWS34 but, as I have owned both, this rifle makes me happier than the RWS did. It puts out more power and is less trouble prone. I now have 2 of these, one of which is being converted to .22cal. I own several fairly sophisticated air rifles, but the Blackhawks will always be my favorites. They are deadly accurate, totally reliable, easy to maintain and nice to look at and shoot.

Although the open sights that come on these are very adequate, I suggest putting a really good quality scope with sturdy scope rings on them. After a good tune-up, they are capable of shooting match quality accuracy and a good scope really makes them shine.

As for overall power and usefulness, with this rifle, I have had more one-shot, clean, humane kills on squirrels, possums and racoons than I can count.
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109 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Jesus Rodriguez on August 5, 2012
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Bought this Air Rifle after looking through all the customer reviews. I wasn't too happy about the response towards the scope but after actually zeroing in the scope when I got it, it worked perfectly. Considering it is not a top of the line scope it did what was intended to do. I recommend not to alternate between different types of .177 pellets when zeroing in your scope since each has a different flight pattern due to weight and design. I went with Crosman Destroyer .177 Cal, 7.9 Grains, Pointed, 250ct to zero in the scope and it worked really well. I had to tweak the scope to the desired settings and at the end I had about 1"-3" groupings from around 30 yards. The pellets also do a considerable amount of damage and are accurate as well. The Air Rifle comes with a manual, gun registration cards, safety information, and the 4x32 scope is made by Ruger as well, and comes with all needed screws and rings to mount onto the gun.Overall the Air Rifle is well built and comes well oiled, so you might need to wipe some of the excess off when you are going to use it for your first time. The break barrel mechanism is really smooth and the safety turns on after every reload. I love this gun and I hope my review helps future buyers.
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67 of 73 people found the following review helpful By T Robin on November 24, 2012
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At first, I was very disappointed with the Blackhawk, but not now. Learn from my mistakes! I quickly breezed through the manual and mounted the scope. I then ran to the nearest store - grabbed some .177 pellets/targets and started zeroing in the scope. I spent over two hours unsuccessfully trying to dial it in. Shots were wildly inconsistent. How could all these reviews be so wrong?!

LESSON ONE - Thoroughly clean the bore. Yes it says so in the manual to clean out any oil deposits - BUT what I experienced was a bore that was not only extremely dirty but also it appeared to be a bit rusty evidenced by the orange/brown patches coming through it. I used a yard trimmer line and some gun cleaning patches to push through the bore. Don't push anything metal through it. I used Hoppes #9 and went through a few dozen patches and it they were still coming through with a hint of orange on them. After that I pushed a patch through lightly oiled to fight future rust - BUT be careful not to get any of the oil on the rubber O-ring - the oil will eat it up over time. If so point the barrel to ceiling and from underneath clean the ring up with soapy water - dry it as best you can, load and shoot it a few times to push any excess water out and then put just a hint of silicone grease on top of the rubber ring. This should keep it in fine repair.

LESSON TWO - Tighten all screws before/during shooting - seriously. Bring the supplied wrench with you when you zero it and also a phillips-head screwdriver. After a dozen or so shots, tighten everything up again (not TOO tight)... repeat. My experience was that the large phillips under the stock was loose and also the screws at the front that hold the break pivot.
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99 of 111 people found the following review helpful By XrayCow on July 22, 2010
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I would recommend this air rifle to anyone who is looking for one . It works great , the fiber optic sights are great and accurate out of the box. This rifle is fast and hits hard, small game doesn't stand a chance. The included scope is decent for the price as well .
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Cordain A. Lucas on January 16, 2014
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The Gift:

I bought this rifle as a gift for my son on Christmas. First off this is not a Red Rider BB gun, nor is it designed to shoot BBs. This is relatively high powered .177 caliber spring air piston rifle. It is powered by retracting a very heavy spring inside the gun by snapping the breech of the barrel open where the barrel meets the stock of the air rifle. You fully compress the spring inside which becomes your stored energy, load a pellet into the breech and then reorient the barrel in line with the air rifles stock with a positive lock.

Hold gently for accuracy:

When you pull the trigger it releases a spring, the energy from this release generates a recoil action very similar to a .22 rifle (firearm), that recoil is the spring directing energy into a air compression piston, that piston action rushes forward to compresses air and then sends that shot of air to propel the pellet out of the barrel.

This is important because spring air rifles require finesse to keep your pellets on target. The felt recoil happens prior to the pellet leaving the barrel. Which is why it is ever so important to learn how to hold this air rifle so that is essentially resting on your support hand instead of being actively held and pushed back into your shoulder, which is something you would normally do for a firearm or other types of air rifle. A very light touch is all that is needed while you let the air rifle gentle pat [recoil] into your shoulder. This method is called the "Artillery Hold" and I highly recommend it.

First Impressions:

This is NOT a toy. The black composite body feels very good in the hands and has an excellent weight to it.
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