The Umarex Ruger Air Hawk .177 Air Rifle is a 1000 feet per second pellet rifle with a single-shot cocking mechanism. This spring pistol break barrel airgun has a rifled blued barrel and receiver and is crafted with dark hard wood that is sleekly formed into an ambidextrous stock suitable for both right- and left-hand shooters.
The Air Hawk rifle is equipped with fiber optic sights, an adjustable trigger, and a muzzlebrake. When you shoulder this Ruger Air Rifle, you'll notice a comfortable grip, a conveniently placed automatic safety and a rubber recoil pad. The Ruger AirHawk also comes with a 4x32 airgun scope that is made to withstand the double recoil action produced by air rifles.
How do you properly cock a break-barrel rifle?
- Caliber: 0.177
- Action: Break Barrel
- Power: Spring piston
- Capacity: 1
- Barrel Length: 18.7
- Brand: Ruger
- Optic Compatible: 11 mm groove
- Safety Type: Automatic
- Rear Sight Type: Fiber Optic - Open - Adjustable for windage and elevation
- Front Sight Type: Fiber Optic - Open
- Length of Pull: 14
- Recoil Pad Type: Rubber - Solid
- Barrel Type: Rifled
- Barrel Finish: Blued
- Cocking Effort in lbs.: 30
- Trigger Pull in lbs.: 3.3
- Energy in Joules: 15.5
- Ammo Type: Pellet
- Total Length in Inches: 44.8
- Velocity- FPS: 1000
Make sure the airgun is ON SAFE
. With one hand grasp the top of the rear stock firmly, avoid contact with the trigger, and brace the butt end of the stock against your thigh. Grasp the barrel near the muzzle end, just behind the front sight. Pull downward and to the rear until it comes to a solid stop. You will hear a click indicating that the spring piston has been locked into position.
You Must be at least 18 years of age to purchase this item.
Buyer should not be under any legal prohibition to buy this product.