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Offline Striper Sniper

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slavia 634 at buds any good?
« on: August 17, 2013, 11:59:14 AM »
They have the wood stock too in 4.5mm.
Are these any good? FPS I think is at 600-700 fps.

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Re: slavia 634 at buds any good?
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2013, 11:04:21 AM »
I have bought three of them and they a fine light Target/plinking airgun.  All three of them have had fantastic barrels and shoot JSB dome light and midweight pellets very well.  The trigger is a bit scratchy but does let off cleanly.  The plastic used on the stock is of good quality and the shape mimics the wood stock version ( does have the hollow sound though when fired).   I have a wood stocked slavia 631 and for the price difference I would stay with the plastic, the wood is utilitarian and adds little to the rifle.  At our air gun club it would be my first choice in break barrels for Women and Older folk or to shoot a tin of pellets in one sitting.  The Asian import rifles in this price range are a crap shoot on their barrels and while any company can have a bad run, CZ seems to pay attention to the important things.