Xisco .22 cal XS60C

Xisco .22 cal XS60C

Joined: May 17th, 2009, 1:30 pm

October 26th, 2010, 3:01 am #1

I received my XC60C today from Mike Melick and was really surprised as it is a very well built gun. The wood looked really good and the metal was finished a lot better than guns in its price range and well above. All in all this looks to be a great little gun it reminds me a lot of the Ruger ranch rifles. That being said I put it on my chrony and here are the numbers. After it sat for 20+ minutes with two carts in it I shot 5 shots in my house @ 74 degrees the next 4 were shot in the wash room with no temp measured. One shot was also shot in my garage were I have temperature gauge the gun sat there for 30+ minutes before being fired. All pellets fired were Benjamin 14.3 grain hollow points.
1st 564 74 deg
2nd 576 74 deg
3rd 565 74 deg
4th 575 74 deg
10th 573 74 deg
5th 585 * deg
6th 584 * deg
7th 584 * deg
9th 586 * deg
8th 606 89 deg
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Bolt action
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Lower
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Back side of action
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Lower + Stock
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Joined: March 14th, 2008, 10:55 pm

October 26th, 2010, 4:39 am #2

Great pics too, how was the trigger?
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Joined: March 28th, 2002, 6:54 pm

October 26th, 2010, 4:26 pm #3

I received my XC60C today from Mike Melick and was really surprised as it is a very well built gun. The wood looked really good and the metal was finished a lot better than guns in its price range and well above. All in all this looks to be a great little gun it reminds me a lot of the Ruger ranch rifles. That being said I put it on my chrony and here are the numbers. After it sat for 20+ minutes with two carts in it I shot 5 shots in my house @ 74 degrees the next 4 were shot in the wash room with no temp measured. One shot was also shot in my garage were I have temperature gauge the gun sat there for 30+ minutes before being fired. All pellets fired were Benjamin 14.3 grain hollow points.
1st 564 74 deg
2nd 576 74 deg
3rd 565 74 deg
4th 575 74 deg
10th 573 74 deg
5th 585 * deg
6th 584 * deg
7th 584 * deg
9th 586 * deg
8th 606 89 deg
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Bolt Probe
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Crown
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Action
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Bolt action
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Lower
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Back side of action
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Lower + Stock
The receiver and trigger have different finishes..is the receiver aluminum? Anodized?

Is that a trigger adjustment screw in the rear of the trigger block?

Trigger blade...metal?

Safety...does it auto set, or can you avoid using it entirely? Smooth operating?

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Joined: May 17th, 2009, 1:30 pm

October 26th, 2010, 6:02 pm #4

The receiver is most likely aluminum with what appears to be some sort of baked on finish.

I have not messed with the trigger adjustment yet but it looks to be the screw you mentioned

The trigger is stamped steel

Safety is auto set.

The trigger has a nice pull the bolt action is smooth all in all I think the gun is a great deal for the money. The gun has nice sights and the barrel looks to be well made.
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Joined: February 16th, 2009, 8:33 pm

October 26th, 2010, 6:59 pm #5

I received my XC60C today from Mike Melick and was really surprised as it is a very well built gun. The wood looked really good and the metal was finished a lot better than guns in its price range and well above. All in all this looks to be a great little gun it reminds me a lot of the Ruger ranch rifles. That being said I put it on my chrony and here are the numbers. After it sat for 20+ minutes with two carts in it I shot 5 shots in my house @ 74 degrees the next 4 were shot in the wash room with no temp measured. One shot was also shot in my garage were I have temperature gauge the gun sat there for 30+ minutes before being fired. All pellets fired were Benjamin 14.3 grain hollow points.
1st 564 74 deg
2nd 576 74 deg
3rd 565 74 deg
4th 575 74 deg
10th 573 74 deg
5th 585 * deg
6th 584 * deg
7th 584 * deg
9th 586 * deg
8th 606 89 deg
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Bolt Probe
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Crown
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Action
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Bolt action
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Lower
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Back side of action
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Lower + Stock
So he can tear it down completely, mod it, add HPA and let us know how it works
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Joined: March 3rd, 2005, 1:38 pm

October 26th, 2010, 7:59 pm #6

The receiver is most likely aluminum with what appears to be some sort of baked on finish.

I have not messed with the trigger adjustment yet but it looks to be the screw you mentioned

The trigger is stamped steel

Safety is auto set.

The trigger has a nice pull the bolt action is smooth all in all I think the gun is a great deal for the money. The gun has nice sights and the barrel looks to be well made.
power adjuster in rear of action...

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Joined: February 12th, 2009, 3:46 am

October 26th, 2010, 8:10 pm #7

<p>On the Canadian forum it was stated that it was ready for HPA.  I know it comes ready for bulk fill but I doubt HPA.  Can you verify?  </p><p> </p><p>I know Robert will want to know.  Me too...</p>

Andy Wong aka larspawn@ameritech.net
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Joined: October 25th, 2002, 3:46 pm

October 26th, 2010, 9:06 pm #8

not likely ready to be a PCP but will take HPA for sure.
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Joined: October 25th, 2002, 3:46 pm

October 26th, 2010, 9:07 pm #9

<p>On the Canadian forum it was stated that it was ready for HPA.  I know it comes ready for bulk fill but I doubt HPA.  Can you verify?  </p><p> </p><p>I know Robert will want to know.  Me too...</p>

Andy Wong aka larspawn@ameritech.net
not likely ready to be a PCP but will take HPA for sure.
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Joined: November 17th, 2006, 3:51 am

October 26th, 2010, 9:32 pm #10

So he can tear it down completely, mod it, add HPA and let us know how it works
... but considering there are 7 QBs in the safe right now, am going to have to think of a pretty good reason to buy one or it's likely to sit unused.
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