The 900
The 900
The 900
The 900
The 900
The 900
The 900

The 900

Pellet Rifle
$70
Ammunition
177 cal
Powerplant
multipump
Velocity
800 fps

The Sportsman 900 Air Rifle is geared up for long-distance with multi-pump lever action to keep you shooting all day. The Sportsman 900 has plenty of power to shoot BBs and pellets up to 800fps. You’ll consistently hit your targets thanks to the 20” rifled barrel, 4x15 scope, and adjustable fiber optic sights. 

Whether you’re in the backyard or at the shooting range, the Sportsman 900 has the power and accuracy to paint targets all day.  

  

Description

The 900 is widely considered our most tried and true multi pump pneumatic air rifle.  It's consistent performance, along with its rugged and versatile design have made it one of the most popular pneumatic air rifles in North America.  

OPERATION   The 900 uses a variable power, multi pump pneumatic powerplant. The pump arm can be pumped 1 to 10 times to reach a maximum velocity of 800 FPS, making it capable of long rang target practice or short range, small game hunting. 

MATERIALS   The 900 is purposefully a budget friendly air rifle, but was consciously designed and rigorously tested.  The stock is made from a thick wall ABS plastic with a subtle texturized finish.  The 20" rifled barrel is constructed of stainless steel and nestled inside an aluminum barrel shroud. 

STYLE   The 900 design was inspired by modern sporting rifles. It has a pistol grip handle and a drop stock to allow for a good line of sight when shouldering the rifle.

 

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    Reviews

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 11 reviews
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    Daniel Williams
    Surpringly good

    I got this off of Amazon so i was not sure what to expect. Looks and feels great. Shoots really well. Only thing id say is the way to pump the gun is a little difficult.

    C
    Charles
    Thumbs Up for the Sportsman 900

    The Sportsman 900 is the first air rifle I've shot since the classic lever action model my parents gave me back in elementary school. It's been a long time, but I clearly remember having lots of fun shooting cans, boxes and imaginary bad guys. My experience with the 900 brings back that sense of nostalgia, with some modern touches.

    I didn't really love the drop stock when I first purchased this airgun. However, the second time I shot it, that stock seemed more natural and I do like it now. The rifle is nice and light, and the length is good. It's been pretty comfortable for me to shoot from any position.

    The 900 has had no trouble with accuracy in my backyard. I've gotten out to about 28 feet and after adjusting the included scope, I've had no trouble keeping pellets in a 9x9" target. Standing, I can consistently hit a 2.5-3 inch group. Resting the rifle on a chair or wall, I can cut that just about in half. Given my (low) level of expertise, I feel like the 900 is extremely accurate. Someone with more skill could easily hit a 1 inch group, right out of the box. I'm considering buying a different scope because the one that comes in the box is a bit small for my eyes. I have no complaints about the hardware itself. The adjustments are adequate and it actually performs well in my environment. If my eyes performed better, there would be no need for a change.

    Thanks to the built-in dovetail rail, I've been able to swap the scope for an airgun-specific red dot a couple of times for a change of pace. That's been a little bit harder to shoot consistently, but I believe that's more of an issue with the optic that I chose. There's so little recoil that you could put a solid optic on the 900 and keep it at zero indefinitely. I found plenty of optics that will fit the dovetail directly and plenty of adapters that will convert the dovetail to a picatinny rail. So, the 900 will let you apply just about any optic that you prefer.

    I've only tried to shoot the 3-dot sights once. I hit my back fence with the second shot, so I decided not to spend a lot of time making adjustments. Fortunately, I've found a piece of plywood to throw behind the target. Now I'm confident that I'll get those sights dialed in. Based on what I've seen so far, the 900 can shoot accurately across the board if I position the rear sights properly.

    At this point, I've shot a little over 250 pellets and had very good results (normally with 3-4 pumps). BBs are not quite as accurate. After 50-100, I find that they tend to "float" more than the pellets do. I understand that's typical behavior, so no points off for that. I bought the heaviest pellets and the least expensive BBs that I could get at the time, so take it for what it's worth.

    All in all, I'm very happy with my purchase. I would buy another one. I'm aware that some reviewers have had some issues with their rifles, but I've had a really good experience with mine. Time will tell, but I'd say that for the price, the Sportsman 900 is a great value and a lot of fun for backyard plinking.

    J
    JOHARI RODRIGUEZ

    The 900

    J
    JAMES KAVARNOS

    The 900

    S
    Sharon Brown

    I return the gun on Tuesday September 7th.

    Shipping & Returns

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    FREE ground shipping on any order $50 and up shipped to the contiguous United States.

    Barra Airguns ships only to consumers that reside in the United States with a physical address (no PO boxes).  Please email help@barraairguns.com for inquiries about international shipping. 

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    It is your responsibility to know the laws in your state, county, and city and to fully comply with them.   Barra Airguns does not authorize that you may legally purchase, possess, carry or utilize air rifles, air pistols, pellets, or any other items, which you may order from Barra Airguns or one of its websites. 

     

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    If you are not satisfied with the original condition and/or performance of the item(s) purchased from a website of Barra Airguns you may return the item within 30 days from ship date for a refund or replacement. To qualify for refund or replacement, items must be returned in their original packaging with all tags and stickers attached. Once we approve your request, return unused items, in the original box with all accessories, warranty cards, owner's manuals, etc. within 30 days for an exchange or refund. You will need to put your boxed item in a separate box to ship so that the packaging it stays in mint condition. We will charge a restocking fee for any damaged packaging. 

    Ship returns to Barra Airguns via UPS, FedEx or USPS Priority Mail for tracking/confirmation purposes. Use this address: Barra Airguns. 11427 N Highway 59, Gravette, AR 72736

    Returns without the complete original packaging may not be accepted. 

    Shipping and handling is non-refundable except in the case of defective merchandise shipped within the United States. Shipping for returned merchandise should be pre-paid. 

    Please allow 2-4 weeks from the date we receive the return for credit or refund. We assume no liability for loss or damage of returned packages. We recommend you purchase insurance from your shipper. Returning merchandise nullifies your ability to take advantage of any promotions or rebates that may be associated with it. 


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 11 reviews
    73%
    (8)
    27%
    (3)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    D
    Daniel Williams
    Surpringly good

    I got this off of Amazon so i was not sure what to expect. Looks and feels great. Shoots really well. Only thing id say is the way to pump the gun is a little difficult.

    C
    Charles
    Thumbs Up for the Sportsman 900

    The Sportsman 900 is the first air rifle I've shot since the classic lever action model my parents gave me back in elementary school. It's been a long time, but I clearly remember having lots of fun shooting cans, boxes and imaginary bad guys. My experience with the 900 brings back that sense of nostalgia, with some modern touches.

    I didn't really love the drop stock when I first purchased this airgun. However, the second time I shot it, that stock seemed more natural and I do like it now. The rifle is nice and light, and the length is good. It's been pretty comfortable for me to shoot from any position.

    The 900 has had no trouble with accuracy in my backyard. I've gotten out to about 28 feet and after adjusting the included scope, I've had no trouble keeping pellets in a 9x9" target. Standing, I can consistently hit a 2.5-3 inch group. Resting the rifle on a chair or wall, I can cut that just about in half. Given my (low) level of expertise, I feel like the 900 is extremely accurate. Someone with more skill could easily hit a 1 inch group, right out of the box. I'm considering buying a different scope because the one that comes in the box is a bit small for my eyes. I have no complaints about the hardware itself. The adjustments are adequate and it actually performs well in my environment. If my eyes performed better, there would be no need for a change.

    Thanks to the built-in dovetail rail, I've been able to swap the scope for an airgun-specific red dot a couple of times for a change of pace. That's been a little bit harder to shoot consistently, but I believe that's more of an issue with the optic that I chose. There's so little recoil that you could put a solid optic on the 900 and keep it at zero indefinitely. I found plenty of optics that will fit the dovetail directly and plenty of adapters that will convert the dovetail to a picatinny rail. So, the 900 will let you apply just about any optic that you prefer.

    I've only tried to shoot the 3-dot sights once. I hit my back fence with the second shot, so I decided not to spend a lot of time making adjustments. Fortunately, I've found a piece of plywood to throw behind the target. Now I'm confident that I'll get those sights dialed in. Based on what I've seen so far, the 900 can shoot accurately across the board if I position the rear sights properly.

    At this point, I've shot a little over 250 pellets and had very good results (normally with 3-4 pumps). BBs are not quite as accurate. After 50-100, I find that they tend to "float" more than the pellets do. I understand that's typical behavior, so no points off for that. I bought the heaviest pellets and the least expensive BBs that I could get at the time, so take it for what it's worth.

    All in all, I'm very happy with my purchase. I would buy another one. I'm aware that some reviewers have had some issues with their rifles, but I've had a really good experience with mine. Time will tell, but I'd say that for the price, the Sportsman 900 is a great value and a lot of fun for backyard plinking.

    J
    JOHARI RODRIGUEZ

    The 900

    J
    JAMES KAVARNOS

    The 900

    S
    Sharon Brown

    I return the gun on Tuesday September 7th.