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Browning Leverage Air Rifle air rifle

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Price: $195.00 - $918.23
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  • Underlever, Wood Stock, 3-9x40 Scope

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Browning Leverage Spring-piston Underlever Fiber optic sights (adj. rear) Monte Carlo stock with right-hand raised cheekpiece Ventilated rubber buttpad Automatic safety Weaver/Picatinny scope rail 14.25 length of pull Incl. 3-9x40 scope & mount Click the AMMO link for suggested pellets and the ACCESSORIES link for glasses, targets, cases & more gear.... ...

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  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004ROR79W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,622 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It is very accurate and powerful.
salemseadog
I can achieve a 1" group at 50 yards without a rest.
Sullymon
Dump the cheap included scope rings.
Steven

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Steven on January 26, 2014
First, there are endless air rifles out there - some good, some not so good and all of them want your $$$.

The Browning Leverage Air Rifle is a great buy for around $200. You get precision pin point accuracy and a solid heavy rifle.
This rifle is not for kids, it is heavy and for an older teenager / adult use. It can lay the smack down on game like a 22LR / Short can and is a lot of fun to shoot. This model is the full power model and Canada has a version that has limits to 500fps. This is not that model and my rifle chrono's in at 800fps with lead .22 pellets. For the .177 model, that should equal to 1000fps for that version.

Pros: Buy the .22 version for general hunting use. 8lbs of force is required to kill small game / rabbit / squirrel to dispatch effectively and at it's muzzle with Crosman 14.3gr pellets it generates 20ft lbs of muzzle energy at 800fps off my chronograph constant.

It is big and solid- not some wimpy piece of junky plastic and it has a solid barrel that performs for the field use aspect. It is heavy duty and you will think you are carrying around a full 308 Win hunting rifle. That is ok because it is solid as a rock and adds in stability and accuracy. It also trains the younger crowd on this aspect as well that a full solid hunting rifle is about 8-10lbs and to get used to that weight in hunting.

Cons:

This rifle is not for youth / small kids as it is a large heavy rifle. It has no rifle sling points. If you have a small youth, buy him a Crosman 664gt rifle with 177 pellets - it will kill pigeons, starlings , sparrows to no end and weigh 3lbs with a 2-7 power rimfire scope attached.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Sullymon on June 7, 2013
Size Name: 0.177 cal.Browning Leverage .177 cal rifle... ... Verified Purchase
Love this rifle. I had bought a Gamo Silent Cat break barrel rifle, but soon discovered than you cannot get a good group with a break barrel rifle using a scope. It worked OK at 20 yards with open sights, as the sights are mounted to the barrel, but that's all. I discovered quickly that a scope is completely useless with a break barrel gun. So I returned it. After doing more research I found that a fixed barrel is the way to go if you plan on using a scope. This air rifle is very accurate. It's heavy, even heavier than my Browning .270 with a 3-9 Nikon Monarch scope! I discovered that that is an advantage in accuracy for this type of air rifle. I can achieve a 1" group at 50 yards without a rest. I can kill a squirrel at 75 yards with this baby! I use the JSB Diablo Exact .177 pellets since they shoot the best out of this gun. I will never buy a break barrel air rifle again, the fixed barrel is the way to go. You can't beat this for the price.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Robert on May 19, 2013
Size Name: 0.22 cal.Browning Leverage .22 cal rifle... ... Verified Purchase
I was planning to invest in a new 12 gauge, but realized that I would rarely be able to get to the range. That was when I happened on this air rifle. I am very glad I chose this over the 12 gauge. It is a lot of fun to shoot and is quite accurate too. So far I have hit targets over 50 yards with a 15 mph breeze. Once you zero the fine Browning scope that comes with it, then you are set. I am very pleased with my purchase. And as always, I am very pleased with Amazon's excellent service!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By salemseadog on December 10, 2012
I recently purchase the .22 caliber rifle. It is very accurate and powerful. Solid construction and a great price for a rifle with scope under $200. You will be psyched!!!
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Preston on June 8, 2013
Size Name: 0.177 cal.Browning Leverage .177 cal rifle... ... Verified Purchase
I read all the reviews on this Air Rifle and understood it was heavy. It is a serious Air Rifle with a lot more heft to it than the other Gamos I have. You do not want to have to carry this Browning around in the woods all day without a shoulder strap. Others have made similar comments. I had some initial problems getting the scope sited. I had to shim the back of the scope to get it where I could adjust it enough to land on target. Recommend that once you have the scope close to right put Loctite on all the screws. Let the Loctite set up then make your final adjustments. I’ve put over a hundred pellets through this Air Rife so far. It is out performing my Gamos but I’m going to try some different pellets to see if I can get that tight grouping at 30 yards. Using the leaver takes a little practice to do it quickly. After a dozen or so times you should be able to do it without having to look too much. As another reviewer wrote make sure the scope is back enough so as not to interfere with loading the pellets. Very good suggestion.

I’m still working with this Air Rifle and I’m reserving my final judgment for a while longer. Some better pellets might be what I need to get to my one-shot-one-kill goal for the local squirrels and chipmunks.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By don2470 on May 29, 2014
Size Name: 0.22 cal.Browning Leverage .22 cal rifle... ... Verified Purchase
I purchased this for target shooting and to kill a pesky rat that keeps coming in our yard. I am very pleased overall. The stock is nice looking for a rifle in this price range and the quality of the parts and assembly seem very good. I expect it to last me a long time. Item comes well boxed and arrived with no damage issues.

When I first fired it, I was a little taken back. This gun has a little kick and the report is kinda on the loud side. It is a spring action rifle so I did expect this before it arrived. Close to a .22 rim fire in sound and feel. I have neighbors within 20 feet on one side and I'm not trying to upset them so unless I'm dealing with the rat I will keep this to indoors or take it out away from the neighborhood.

Cocking the gun is easy for an adult, but would be challenging for small or young children, a feature I like! Loading the pellet in the receiver area is a little awkward but you get a feel for it pretty quickly and is easy once you've done it a number of times.

I didn't want a break barrel because they can suffer from accuracy problems because of all the barrel movement required by that design. This is a fixed barrel design and I really think it makes for a much better rifle. I did some research and found that spring action models suffer from barrel droop in relation to the scope. Not sure why but this is true for the one I received. The scope by the way is very nice and attaches securely. They have a rubber shim glued in the rear scope mount but I made up some shims that won't crush or shift around, I found that the rubber smashed down a bit and wasn't serving well as a shim. I started dialing in the scope at 10', then out to 20' and finally 30' which was all I could manage indoors.
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