I enjoy mine . In three weeks, this spring I killed 10 rabbits, 8 with the .177 ca; and 2 with the .22 cal. All one shot kills.
Longest kill was 49 yds. The .22 is a much more humane kill than the .177.
The .177 cal 7.3 gr lead pellets chrony at around 985 FPS.(not 1200)
The .22 cal 14.5 gr lead pellets chrony around 1000 FPS, out of the bottom rifle ,which is rated at 1200 fps ,its a magnum.
The top Rifle is a Hatsan Model 86 Sniper 177 cal.
The Pistol is a Ruger Mark1 .177 cal.
The BottomRifle is a Ruger Magnum .22 cal.
The rifles will shoot 3/4" groups at 30 yds and 1 1/2 groups at 50 yrds.
The pistol (after extensive trigger work) will shoot 1 " groups at 15 yrds.
Both Rifles will shoot thru 1 " boards at 20 yrds.
There are dozens of different weights and types of pellets and every gun has ONE that it likes best, you got to find that ONE.