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    Am very happy with this Schofield #3 1877 repro BB/pellet pistol I just got from PyramydAir for $120.[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. I'm happy to answer any questions.
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    What sort of velocity do these things deliver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRDGCO View Post
    What sort of velocity do these things deliver?
    445 max, about normal for a .177 CO2 pistol. This gun has a barrel best suited to BBs, since it is non-rifled. However, it also can shoot pellets. Cartridges for holding a BB are included, cartridges for holding a pellet can be ordered. I have been shooting both. The rear sight is fixed, and this is more of a "plinking" gun as opposed to target scoring. I would say the sight is just right for 10 yards.The workmanship and trigger, IMO, is outstanding. The grip is plastic, but looks like real wood, right down to a "inner glow".

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    Checked out a few reviews and vids. It certainly is a looker.

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    Big surprise, I managed to shoot a 47 out of 50 score, with pellets at 10 yds yesterday. Not bad for fixed sights, freehand. Of course, it may take a month (or more) to match this. I have to comp the sight picture by shooting a bit to the right.

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