Browning 800 Express Pistol

Priced: $154.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Browning 800 Express Pistol -
A magnum-velocity air pistol that shoots .177-caliber pellets up to 700 fps or .22-caliber pellets up to 600 fps. The break-barrel, single-shot action has an anti-recoil system to ensure accuracy shot after shot. An included cocking-assist handle slides over the muzzle and front sight, making it easier to operate the cocking mechanism. Ideal for target shooting and close-quarter pest control, the pistol is outfitted with fiber-optic sights, a sturdy polymer frame, a comfortable ambidextrous grip, automatic safety, 8.25" rifled barrel and an 11mm grooved receiver for mounting optics.
Overall length: 18"
Weight: 3.9"
Cocking effort: 32 lbs. Top 25 Category Product
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Browning 800 Express Pistol Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Excellent value

I purchased this weapon for a specific purpose:
RAT MODULATION! It has served well. Traps were
ineffective and our cat, whom I've renamed "Philby"
has gone over to the other side because he hates
the new dog. We live on a lagoon and the rats obtain
food from the docks no matter what measures were
taken. Traps ineffective. I chose the .22 as it has a
much better reputation for hunting. The .177 is good
for Shooting Horseflies and maybe gophers. The point
and shoot ergos' are excellent for a gun of this type
All rats were shot in this way although a mercy shot
was administered by sights once. Rats are several
times as powerful, ounce for ounce than a Cape Buffalo! It has taken more than one shot to kill all
seven They often shift just before the trigger is pulled as well. At 600 fps. the pellet goes through the rat and have some velocity left. Blood trails usfl.
The gun itself is a good value product. While it is
not as accurate as a Euro target pistol, it is but a fraction of the price. The piston, barrel and chamber/mount are ordinance steel. The hinge and
pivot are like 8 and 6 gauge sheet steel. the stock
is a modern plastic and the grip is designed with the forementioned excellent ergos'. It is made in
Turkey and the quality is about like good Taiwanese (Which is good!) Not as posh as a Euro
gun but who's got $1,500 for an air gun now?
Three cheers for Browning for putting out another
high value Buckmark product!!!
themanwithnoname at Cabelas on 05/07/2012

Powerful quality

This is an accurate and enjoyable gun to shoot. It's got plenty of power, though that power comes at a cost: it's difficult to cock. It does come with a snug fitting cocking aid, and with this pistol it's a necessity. And it's that reason that I held back the 5th. star.
It has a floating grip that absorbs most of the recoil, and the grip itself is comfortable. I also have a Diana LP-8 springer, and in comparing the accuracy between it and the Browning, the Browning is, at least, as accurate, if not a bit better. It has an automatic safety which is conveniently located in front of the trigger. The trigger is smooth, and has an adjustment for the first stage. The balance of the gun makes extended shooting sessions a breeze. The pistol is made by Hatsan, in Turkey, and it appears to be a quality product with nice fit and finish. The sights, which the rear is fully adjustable, are fiber optic.
I've been getting excellent groups using RWS pellets. While I was at Cabela's, I picked up a red dot sight. A very nice and fun airgun, and you'll get a workout each time you cock it.
RC1947 at Cabelas on 06/25/2012

Very Nice Air Gun

Had the Browning Air Pistol a few weeks, shoots very well, very powerful, & I do not find it difficult to cock (not made for kids). Added a Red Dot sight - dead on at 15yrs. Only negative - it is very loud (for an air gun). Intended on using while sitting long hours in the tree stand (to help pass the time) but NO WAY, gun makes too much noise when fired.
Crashly at Cabelas on 02/12/2014

Negative Reviews:

poor choice

My son bought this for competition the part that holds the sight is flimsy and will not stay tight so the sights move around to heavy for one hand shooting and not consistent in accuracy.
shootinginst at Cabelas on 05/23/2012