.22 Caliber Notos PCP rifle by Umarex
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The Umarex Notos .22 caliber PCP Carbine is the surprising compact PCP pellet pusher that is making a buzz in the red hot PCP airgunning world.
The Notos Carbine delivers impressive power from its short 11.75-inch barrel launching a 12 grain .22 caliber pellet at 780 fps. The Notos Carbine is the hot ticket item for small game hunting, plinking, or target shooting with friends who haven't caught the PCP airgunning bug!
With its 7-Shot auto-indexing rotary magazine, the quiet shooting side lever cocking Notos Carbine is easy to shoot and allows the shooter to smoothly transition to the next shot! This PCP Carbine's fixed high-pressure air tank fills to a maximum pressure of 3,625 psi and is regulated for consistent shot-to-shot performance to 1,900 psi.
Flexibility ... add the pistol grips and fiber optic open sights shown below and use the Notos as a Pistol!
So I sighted in my Notos today as the sun was shining and it's in the low 70s if you can believe that. Here in Fairfield County Connecticut. So I started using the H&N Baracuda Match pellets, see photo because various reviews had it performing the best. Note please that the head diameter is 5.51. So after sighting it in, I did three shot group you'll see that in the picture very close. It's practically pellet on pellet and I'll show you the chronograph because the deviation was usually 2 ft./s. While sighting in with, I think 12 shots, before I made adjustments to the scope, they were amazing. You'll see that image as well. My Target is 10 m away. After I take a nap today, I'll shoot my 33 m target and see what results I get. I've made no modification so far other than trigger pull which is now down to the minimum at which it will stay cocked. Slightly less than 1 pound. The safety still works after this modification but if you're gonna adjust the trigger I suggest that you make sure that your safety still works and if it doesn't you've got it too light. My scope is a UTG 4-12x44 AO IR which I paid $111 on Amazon. This is my first UTG product, I usually buy #Arken scopes but they didn't have one to the specifications. And by the way the scope is a compact scope. And I'm very very happy with it, which is a surprise to me. I'll post my 33 m results, hopefully today, after my nap. Needless to say this air gun is amazing! The deviation in the feet per second as you can see is usually around 2 ft./s and the accuracy as you'll see in the target that's green and white is amazing. I'll take another picture later with my calipers but that whole little dark green circle you see is a half an inch so my guess is this would be maybe a quarter of an inch center to center but that's just a guess now. Needless to say this air gun is amazing! The deviation in the feet per second as you can see is usually around 2 ft./s and the accuracy as you'll see in the target that's green and white is amazing. I'll take another picture later with my calipers but that whole little dark green circle you see is a half an inch so my guess is this would be maybe a quarter of an inch center to center but that's just a guess now. The splatter target is 12 shots before he settled in on the way I wanted my scope zeroed. It's still very amazing. This gun is so easy to carry around in yet so amazing in every way. I ordered the complete Buck-Rail.com Notos mod kit which arrives tomorrow and I got the folding stock option with the cheek riser.