ArcherAirguns: Stoeger air rifles are all manufactured in China (as are the air rifles for
many other manufacturers). But quality is good as Stoeger has clearly
specified high levels of manufacturing process and quality control, not
aiming just for the cheapest possible product.
japonaliya: @ArcherAirguns As far as I know there is a fed/ law which prohibits any
state or locality to designate any air gun as a "firearm" That being said,
many local jurisdictions have laws pertaining the discharge of airguns or
any projectile that can cause bodily harm, EVEN in your own home!! In some
cities like NYC and San Francisco, airguns cannot even be sold or
transferred, though possession is not an crime. See this by E. Beeman:
TheGV50: I have a pigeon problem, would this air rifle help?
kmo_9000: Great review, I just bought one. I was looking at the x50 but a lot of
stores dont carry it and I don't know where to order airguns online in
Canada. Does archerairguns ship to Canada?
ArcherAirguns: Great suggestion! The X50 is quite similar to the X20, although longer,
heavier and more powerful. It's also a fine air rifle and the X50s I have
tested so far for Archer Airguns' Gold Service testing have produced
ArcherAirguns: No, unfortunately we can't ship to New Jersey. Sorry :-(
Skat2montager: lol, i like that guy
bloodshot16: My stoeger is .22, and its an x20??
darklord: To the gunshop
ArcherAirguns: If you buy from Archer Airguns, we ensure that the gun is correctly
sighted-in before we ship to a customer.
ArcherAirguns: Stoeger is owned by BenelliUSA. I think Beretta is a different company.
Eddie Navarro: what is the muzzle energy and velocity for the .22 cal?
ArcherAirguns: That's a good suggestion.
ekici123: You said you prefer something for the scope whats that i couldn't hear you.
HoBBySOLDIER1: 5 min before i saw this vid i bought this air gun
mrfrozex1: An even more safe way to load the rifle is: break the barrel just so the
hole shows, put in a pellet and THEN load it! If you load the rifle this
way, there are no fingers that are in the way that could get hurt.
ArcherAirguns: Thanks for the information. I hope that .22 caliber models will be
available in the US some day, too.
Jake Newman: Just a quick question. I am thinking of buying one of these but I don't
know the width between the 2 rails. Could you answer this?
Ruben ET: That looks like the X50, it looks really huge on you.
TheJaRoDoNe: Is the x20 suppressor model actually more quiet than the nonsuppressed one?
or is it just marketing?
neko1659: graet review
ArcherAirguns: I would suggest the X20 is better for general use as it's lighter, shorter
and easier to handle than the X50. You can see the size of the X20 against
me in the video - I'm about 6ft 2 in tall but still prefer the X20. I hope
this helps :-)
ArcherAirguns: I've not found that to be true with the pellets we use. But it's obviously
possible with pellets having a very wide skirt.
LebaneseHunters: it looks very nice but where is it made ? thank you
SensesFail27: Isn't stoeger a part of Berreta?
desmond madill: @SensesFail27 do not use that scope on this air rifle. I screwed mine up.
it wil work good for a while. only use on pneumatic pump air rifles.
because break barrel have reverse recoil
ArcherAirguns: Normally, break barrel spring air rifles operate simply by pulling down on
the barrel to load. Very few have an interlocking mechanism that needs to
be disengaged to to this. So, roostering and loading is simple.
ArcherAirguns: Yes, we'll still specialise in the QB78 family and continue to add new
parts and accessories for that family of air rifles.
turbinefanatic: @ArcherAirguns Hi do you guys ship to nj i ordered a qb78 about a year ago
and you did as a matter of fact i still have it and my son uses it
ArcherAirguns: @SensesFail27 Its worked on the Discovery as it's a PCP and only has
reverse recoil (like a firearm). Unless you obtain proof to the contrary, I
think it will be destroyed if used on a Stoeger.
catfishhunter2010: finily a new vid love the gun
ArcherAirguns: Currently the only Stoeger air rifle model available in .22 caliber in the
US is the X20 -S "Suppressor" model. But they plan to have .22 caliber
versions available later this year.
SensesFail27: @ArcherAirguns oh ok cuz i'm thinkin of getting the x20, seems perfect for
my needs, the price is around $150 correct?
woodworm4224: in new zealand. stoegers are big. u can also get .22 calibra
ArcherAirguns: Yes it is - once the gun has stopped dieseling. I've found that the .22
caliber Suppressor models are quieter from the start as the pellets travel
slower than .177 caliber.
caparzzo: greetings from Mexico sir, was seeing reviews on airrifles.and i want the
best for my money, what i look for a rifle is; quiet (I live in town with
neighbors nearby and a place of? shooting with 30 yards), .22 cal,
long-term quality, practice and hunting of small birds, not sure if nitro
piston or not and maximum price range to pay 350 dlls. these seemed good.
Benjamin Trail NP XL, Hatsan 125 Sniper, Benjamin NPS. I'm overwhelmed by
all the variety of rifles,you think or do you recommend another
BebboWorldwide: im 15 and im thinking of getting this rifle what is better the X20 or X50
for me would you say
SensesFail27: @ArcherAirguns yeah i'm sure its not for airguns, i'm sure its made for
normal rifles, but its been holding up on my benjamin
SensesFail27: @ArcherAirguns i might as well get the one with out the scope i already
have a Nikon ProStaff 3-9x50 :) it was a present from my aunt, originally
had it on my Benjamin discover pcp, but i dislike having to pump it, so i
guess i will be very pleased with this air rifle
ArcherAirguns: Yes, apologies for the delay! It takes a long time to produce these videos
and we've had many other activities happening with our Archer Airguns
online store. Now I need to start working on some more airgun videos. And
yes, the Stoeger X20 is a very nice air rifle!
TheLordofcod: I saw in a review by Rick from pyramydair that x20 and x5 have breech
problems(their breeches are very tight and they dont accept many
pellets).Is that true? Thanks
ArcherAirguns: It's not easy to answer this question as it depends on where you live. In
most US States this is not regarded as a firearm and does not require a
firearms licence. In the UK (and other countries), a lower powered version
is sold that looks the same but stays within the legal definition of being
an airgun - and thus not requiring a fire arms licence. But in some
countries, localities and US States it will need to be licenced. You should
MrGeorgiabear: mine didn't come sighted in....not to mention thr drop compensation...but
threw the scope system away went to air soft on line now its wicked mill
dot scope only way to go
joequigs: do you need a fire arms licence for this air rifle?
ArcherAirguns: The price is $129 without scope, $179 with a mounted 3-9x40AO scope. Plus
shipping etc. I think you will be pleased :-)
Jbomb13: @ArcherAirguns Hi Mr. Archer, is the corsman premiere hollow points .177
the same as the crosman destroyers .177? and do you think the crosman
destroyers work the good on this gun? MrJBomb13
TheJaRoDoNe: @ArcherAirguns Very nice to hear that! I'll be buying the x20 supressor one
as my first airgun then. Unfortunately they are out of stock in every
single store where I live (Finland) until next spring.