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Puma 22 LR Wildcat w/16" Barrel/Synthetic Stock Reviews

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5 Reviews. Average Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">3.2 of 5 Stars!</span> [3.2 of 5 Stars!]
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by Brian B Monday 20 June, 2011
Finishing my review: Got my rifle back from the repair shop 8wks later. Gun smith fixed the action as well as issues with the bolt, and recomends to only fire 1500fps or HIGHER ammo. A light adjustment to the sights and the gun fires accurate and flawless. Cost me shipping twice and 12wks out but it's finally fixed. Cant say im too "thrilled" with this one but at least it works now, cheap and falls apart easily, but i finally got it to fire accurately and consistantly.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">2 of 5 Stars!</span> [2 of 5 Stars!]
by Brian B Saturday 26 February, 2011
Continuing my Review, i Fired the rifle. Used several difrent rounds all had same results, (used High velocity/ reccomended/ not reccomended/ copper jacketed/ non copper jacketed / ect.) In all my test groups I had 45/50 rounds jam. When I fired, the expended brass got caught on the bolt/chamber with the next round. Out of 350 rounds i think i was able to fire off more than one shot (without jam) 5 times, and once firing 5 rounds in a row. isolated the issue by loading one round, fired and ejected flawlessly everytime. Two or more, jammed everytime. I think the issue is the magazines. There is no feed ramp and the magazine acts as a feed ramp to the barrel. The space inside the chamber is in awkard dimensions ( ive had expended brass in the chamber with a round in the barrel ready to go chamber closed, noticed no ejection and found it in there.) what this does is the next feeded rounds have to much wiggle room and often times stand up vertical. the magazine needs to feed and load better and the chamber room needs adjustment. Additional info: Gun was cleaned in execlent condition, Ive shot and dealt with a lot on rifles, ecpecially AR's. Trigger pull is grinding and inconsistant pressure. will try other magazines.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">1 of 5 Stars!</span> [1 of 5 Stars!]
by Brian B Wednesday 23 February, 2011
Gun came in. Overall the gun feels very hollow and plastic except the barrel which is defintly felt in weight. The Vertical grip on mine was a Tapco. I noticed the sights (rear iron) flip foward towards the barrel to a 45 degree (not sure why). The magazine is a tight fit and requires a lot of breaking in. It will not fall on its own it has to be yanked striaght down. The magazine is flanged at the top to meet the contour of the gun. Empty it looks like a large empty square in the stock. The flange with the tight fit does make it difficult if not impossible to manuever speed reloads. However i think this can be fixed with a dremel tool. The magazine release is also inside the trigger guard FYI towards the barrel, you push the lever towards the barrel. The safety is 2 cm behind the end of the slide or charging handle closer to the stock. looks like it was designed for thumb foward (RED dot) saftey off and thumb back (WHITE dot) saftey on. Not impossible to matain a grip through but a little awkward at first for those more fimilar with a AR. Does look like it can support a weaver mount up top i'll post if it can and a firing review later.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">3 of 5 Stars!</span> [3 of 5 Stars!]
by paul p Thursday 10 September, 2009
i would love 1 ov these as there my favourate pieces ...but i would lioke 1 with iron sight or susat

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by paul p Thursday 10 September, 2009
i would love 1 ov these as there my favourate pieces ...but

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