Ruger Blackhawk .177 Caliber Pellet Gun Air Rifle with 4x32mm Scope
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||46.5 x 6.5 x 3 inches|
|Item Weight||1 Kilograms|
|Air Gun Power Type||Spring-Piston|
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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 Pellet Rifle
Air Gun Scope Included.
- Dual Shock Reinforcement
- 35 yd Parallax Setting
- Mounting Rings Included
Thumping Power + Value
For small game hunting, pest control, and target shooting.
The Ruger Blackhawk pellet rifle is a spring piston single stroke break barrel air rifle with an all-weather composite polymer black stock. This Ruger Air Rifle's stock is ambidextrous (for both left- and right-handers) and has checkered grip areas in both the pistol grip and forearm. The Blackhawk rifle shoots a single pellet out of its rifled barrel at 1000 fps. Its fiber optic sights aid with quick target acquisition and shooter accuracy.
- 1200 fps with alloy pellet
- 1000 fps with lead pellet
- Spring piston powered
- 3.3 lb trigger pull
- 14.5 inch length of pull
- Cocking effort 30 lbs
- Overall length 44.8 inches
- .177 caliber
Scope & Mounting Rings Included!
Power and Value are packed into this power air rifle. It comes with a 4x32 air rifle rated scope and the rings to mount it with.
Fiber Optic Sights Standard
Light collecting fiber optic sights are standard both front and rear. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation.
Comfortable Stock and Grip
Your cheek will set will against the ergonomic stock of the Ruger Blackhawk and your grip will be comfortable and sure with its contoured shape and checkering.
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|Dimensions||46.5 x 6.5 x 3 inches||39 x 7 x 3 inches||6.25 x 2.25 x 4.73 inches||50.25 x 6.13 x 3 inches||46.75 x 6.5 x 3 inches||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Weight||1 Kilograms||5.64 Pounds||1 Kilograms||10.7 Pounds||9.25 Pounds||1.5 Pounds|
|Air Gun Power Type||Spring-Piston||CO2||Spring-Piston||Spring-Piston||Spring-Piston||Spring-Piston|
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.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 46.5 x 6.5 x 3 inches; 2.2 Pounds
- Item model number : 2244010
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : June 8, 2005
- Manufacturer : Umarex USA
- ASIN : B001V67HTY
- Country of Origin : China
- Best Sellers Rank: #11,986 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- Customer Reviews:
YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER TO BUY ANY AIR GUN OR AIR RIFLE IN OUR STORE. We do NOT and can NOT ship airguns or bb guns to New York City and its boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, these zip codes are: 100xx-104xx, 110xx, 112xx-114xx, 116xx), the city of Philadelphia, PA and Washington DC. Residents of Chicago, IL cannot buy CO2 powered rifles, pistols or revolvers directly from us. Residents of New Jersey can buy bb guns through a designated local gun store after acquiring an Airgun Permit. Residents of Michigan may purchase any pellet gun except for pellet guns or BB guns measuring 30 inches or less (overall length). Adult signature will be required by the shipping carrier for all shipments that contain: air guns, airsoft guns, paintball guns or blank guns.
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My Father has several Ruger guns so I thought this would be a good one. Man was I ever wrong. This is a cheap piece of crap. First of all the safety is such a weak alloy that it broke in half after 40 to 50 shots. Then it wouldn’t shot at all so it was taken to a Gunsmith and he said the piston Had warped.
I returned it to the gun maker and they told me it wasn’t covered under their warranty although I only had it five months and it had a one year warranty. Beware, this rifle is a piece of crap.
I am not a 'professional' when it comes to air guns, but I find this one a superior value! I had a Beeman Sportsman for the past 15 years that I was reasonably happy with - killed many hundreds of squirrels with it in my back yard trying to keep the nasty things out of my attic. (I had both nut and fruit trees in the yard, so the danged things were constantly mobbing me - tree rats are very cute and GREAT eating, but they do a LOT of damage when they move into the house!) That Beeman springer would generally hold about 1" groups at 15 yards, but the internal piston seals got hard and started breaking up recently, so I was looking for a replacement. I tried a new Beeman Sportsman, and it was pure garbage - I will never buy another of that brand.
This Ruger/Umarex has surpassed all my expectations. I have fired several hundred rounds through it in the past few days, and it will generally hold 1/2" or less groups at 15 yards. It holds the same point of aim out at 25 yards, but the groups open up to about an inch, or maybe a bit more (I really have not shot too much at that longer range). I am using bulk Crosman lead wad-cutter "Competition" pellets (the cheapest ones I could find on Amazon), and the results are so good I feel no need to test any others.
I love the safely placement and operation - FAR superior to the garbage Beeman makes; it is both easy to reach and take off, as well as put back on if I decide not to take the shot. And the trigger on this Ruger is just superb. It is adjustable, but it has been so smooth and perfect right out of the box that I have not made any changes.
It is still kind of early for me to pass judgement on the scope, but it seems pretty good for one just included with a sub-$100 gun. It has surprising heft, which indicates to me it may be of decent quality, and it does seem to hold point of aim after it is adjusted. The only negative so far is that it SEEMED to be a bit erratic on the click adjustments - sometimes moving the POI far too much with only a click or two. But it is still possible that what I was seeing was simply my poor shooting. After I got it all sighted in, I have been loath to start screwing with it to re-test the adjustments.
I have not checked the velocity yet with my chronograph, but frankly, everything else about this gun seems so nice that I do not really care if it fully meets the specs for velocity or not. Cannot believe this was less than $100!
One last comment on accuracy that has nothing to do with this specific gun - I found that I cannot use a full bench rest stand to test it (for the same reason you cannot use a normal scope on an air gun). The forward "recoil" of the mechanism causes the gun to jump in the cradle, which results in vertical strings (I had never tried this rest with an air gun before, so the results initially surprised me). Only after I started shouldering the gun and just letting the forearm rest on the front cradle did I start getting really accurate results.
By Charlie on April 9, 2018
First, I checked all the screws on the gun for tightness.....nearly all of them where only "finger" tight!! That tells me terrible workmanship/quality control. The scope that comes with it is serviceable, but nothing stellar. I mounted it with the provided rings, and started sighting in.
Sight in took only 8 shots, but afterward 3 shot groups were 3+" off a bench/sandbags. Not acceptable to me.
Next....this gun is LOUD!! The crack is louder then any .22 rimfire I've ever shot! So that firmly puts it out of limits for anyone wanting something quiet.
AND....THE NAIL IN THE COFFIN: After the 18th shot, I broke the barrel to load/cock the gun, and the detent ball that holds the barrel closed came flying out and hit me in the shoulder!! I found it and the spring, and put them back in place with only finger pressure! Next cock....I placed my hand over that area just in case....and you guessed it! Out jumped the detent ball again!
That's all folks! It's back in the box, and as soon as I post this review, I'll start the return process. Maybe I just got a "lemon".....but I'll get a refund and go to another brand instead.