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Worth every penny (including the scope)
on May 1, 2016
I'm a hunter, an air gun competitor, firearms instructor and law enforcement counter sniper. I purchased the Hornet two years ago to keep the tree rats in check. 1st off don't discount the scope. It's not a Nightforce it's not a Leopold but you aren't shooting a 1000 yard match either. The scope is more than ok for the purpose. I'm confident some issues blamed on scope quality were improper installation, not allowing for a break in period or not pellet testing to find the most accurate pellet for that particular gun. 2nd, shoot a minimum of 200 pellets before you seriously sight the gun in. Get it close, enjoy shooting the 200 rounds then tighten everything back up and do the final sight in with the pellet your gun likes best. 3rd buy a bore snake. 4th enjoy. Hope this helps.