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19 March, 2012

Test Target for Xisico XS28M

Here's an early Archer Airguns Gold Service test target for an Xisico XS28M air rifle. As you can see, there's a great 10-shot group, with good shot to shot consistency (shown by the low standard deviation of 8.94 fps) and a low trigger pull weight of only 2.5 lbs.

Muzzle velocity averaged 872 fps - this was a .22 caliber gun - giving close to 25 ft/lbs of muzzle energy with mid weight Stoeger X-Field pellets. Of course this much lower than the manufacturer's specification of 1,000 fps, but realistically it's what we would expect from a magnum spring/piston air rifle of this type.

Overall we have very good performance, particularly given the price of just $149.99 for the gun only.

Oh yes, there's just one more thing...

You'll see that the test target describes the gun as XS-B28. The gun itself and it's box are marked as XS-B28, but Xisico is starting to use new names for its products - XS28M in this case - and that's how we are describing them in our store.


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