The Cometa Fusion Spring Air Rifle in Beech.
The Cometa Fusion is the most powerful of the Cometa spring air rifles that I carry and is available in .177 and .22 calibres. With speeds over 1,000fps for the .177 you can see it has the goods as far as speed is concerned ? this is a chronographed speed by us at Gun Room. Note: I find many manufacturer claims of speeds to be just that, ?claims?? let?s leave it at that. Well this gun definitely lives up to Cometa?s projections.
Trigger is adjustable and very crisp which is a bonus as the rifle is quite ?hold? conscious and a light trigger helps somewhat. Out of the box, the accuracy of the Cometa Fusion was somewhat ?iffy? but after 200 rounds it settled down and a lot of the stiffness of the break-barrel eased up quite considerably. Should you pull this rifle down and give the internals a polish, you would end up with a very smooth spring air rifle indeed and well worth the time spent on tuning it.
Given the cost of this rifle the criticisms are hardly valid so if you are looking for a high powered springer at a marginal cost, then take a look at the Fusion. It is a large rifle so if you are of slight stature or a youngster then you may want to look at the Cometa Fenix models. So for those of you looking for a large spring air rifle you may want to take a closer look at the Cometa Fusion in either calibre.
|Calibre||0.177″ (4.5mm) and .22 (5.5mm)||Velocity||1200 fps rated for .177 and 750fps for .22|
|Loudness||3-Medium||Overall Length||44.88″ / 113.99 cm|
|Shot Capacity||Single||Cocking Effort||Whew…|
|Front Sights||None||Rear Sights||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Scopeable||11mm dovetail||Trigger||Two-stage adjustable|
|Buttplate||Rubber||Suggested for||Small game hunting/plingking|
|Powerplant||Spring-piston||Stock||Walnut and Beech|
|Body Type||Sporter||Weight||7.5 lbs / 3.4 kg|