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Umarex Octane .22 Cal

Products > Action > Break Barrel > Umarex Octane .22 Cal

 
$281.09
SKU:
2251304
FPS:
1050
Caliber:
0.22 (5.5 mm)
Power:
Reaxis Gas Piston
Capacity:
1
 
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A magnum velocity air rifle at 1250 feet per second with a .22 alloy pellet, the Octane is one of the first two break barrel rifles introduced under the Umarex brand. The Octane incorporates both a gas piston and a noise dampener. This gun is unique in that its gas piston operates in reverse of other gas pistons on the market. Termed the ReAxis Reverse-Axis Gas Piston, it has shown to provide an increase in velocity. Its SilencAir is a non-removable suppressor with five chambers that greatly reduce muzzle noise. The Octane also comes with a 3-9x40 scope, all-weather stock, and adjustable 2-stage trigger.

Specs

Product Group: Air Rifles
Brand: Umarex
Caliber: 0.22 (5.5 mm)
Ammo Type: Pellets
FPS w/Alloy Pellet: 1250
FPS w/Lead Pellet: 1050
Barrel Length: 19.5
Total Length (inches): 48.5
Capacity: 1
Action: Break Barrel
Power: Reaxis Gas Piston
Trigger Action: 2-Stage Adjustable Trigger
Trigger Pull (lbs): 3.5
Length of Pull (inches): 14.25
Cocking Effort (lbs): 42
 
 

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Video Review of the Octane Air Rifle





Product Manuals and Other Downloads
pdf Manual Umarex Octane 2251302 2251304 02R15.pdf (2.4 MB)
 
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Customer Reviews
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Name:
Rufus Gunner
Date:
06/03/2015
Review:
Umarex Octane Air Rifle Combo, Gas Piston air rifle


Wow- Great Gun & Great Price !!!
By T.R.A. on May 22, 2015

Wow !! was the first thing I said after my first 3 shots with the Umarex Octane. I couldn't hear the rifle noise as the lead pellet 'smacking' the steel target was louder. Initially, I need to inform you that I am a retired person whose has hunted a lot in my earlier days and I have spent lots of time shooting targets. I have a extensive amount of center fire and rim fired weapons, which would not allow me shoot in my neighborhood. I received my 1st air rifle 'Daisy Model 94' at 9 years old (95fps) and it still shoots. I then received a Crossman .22 cal at 30 years old (as a Father's Day gift), that was a multi-pump air rifle, ugh! Too much time pumping it up and very difficult to insert the pellet into the camber. So 30 years later the technology has advanced very well and I was anxious to get a really good air rifle/pellet gun. About 8 years ago I purchased a 'gas-piston' Crossman pistol in .177 cal. which makes no noise to speak of at 825 fps. Although the pistol is hard to cock it is "very difficult" to load a pellet in the chamber. So I knew I was NOT going to buy a 'spring' air rifle as the gas-piston pistol was very quiet & stronger power . So I started looking for a 'gas piston' rifle that had really would hit hard with 24foot pounds of impact force and have at least 950fps velocity (in .22 cal.) and that you only had to cock it once to be ready to shoot. So, I researched many air rifles on the internet before making this choice and I am completely satisfied with the Umarex Octane. I heard about & watched enough YouTube videos of all the things people didn't like about this rifle; the 'safety' was set different than other guns, the safety was difficult, that the 2 stage trigger was hard to pull at 9 lbs, that breaking the barrel was extremely difficult, hard to get shots in groups, that it weight 9 pounds, the day glow sights were short of what they could have used and the velocity of the pellet was not up to the Manufacturers advertisement. They also said that when the rifle the left the factory for shipping that the "paper warning" was sent in the breech and damaged the O-ring. So let me relate the differences that I found as opposed to the critics review. First -I have no trouble with the safety (gentleman had said that it was difficult because he had larger fingers) I wear a size 13 ring and have no difficulty with the safety at all and I have many Firearms that have different safety locations. People indicated that the group patterns were less than favorable and I was shooting 1" groups (15 yards away) before I adjusted the iron sights. They also said that the gun was hard to cock (break the barrel open for loading the pellet). I don't have the upper body strength of a mid 20's or 30's years old, so yes it is hard to cock and it takes me to use both arms to cock. So that is really a good work out to build stronger muscles. Critics also said that the "Warning paper" was placed in the breech and damaging the O-ring, My rifle arrived with several warning card ands they were tied on the gun with red ribbons -so no damage to O-ring. Other critics said that while it could be used as a hunting gun (in .22 cal) that the gun weight was too much (9 lbs). I find greater stability with a heavier rifle when shooting with iron sights as I do with my 9 lbs. M1 Garand. They also said there was no way to put a sling on it. I doubt that I will be taking this rifle hunting as my intentions are for getting rid of the varmints in our yard and target shooting (cost of ammo is very high right now). If the opportunity was available for shooting prairie dogs I would wrap a sling on it, no problem. And that the gun wasn't really a silent gun as shooting a projectile over the speed of sound would obviously break the sound barrier. They also said that the gun was hard to cock (break the barrel open for loading the pellet. I don't have the upper body strength of a mid 20's or 30's years old, so yes it is hard to cock and it takes me to use both arms to cock. So that is really a good work out to build stronger muscles. It's almost summer (Texas) and just about everyone in our neighborhood has their A/C running. I shoot from my back porch and as I shot three squirrels in two days - the wife indicated that she could not hear it while she was inside the house. Although I haven't been a handicap shooter to need to use a scope as I can group shots in a 6" target with iron sights on my M1 Garand at 100 yards. So I haven't put the scope on it yet, but I do think that the scope is very well made and has an adjustable aperture (40mm) which makes it very nice. Recoil -maybe me, but I can't report that it has recoil or needs the rubber butt plate. So -long story short "For $190 cost" this is a very good gun/combo that cost is well worth $190.00 ". I am very well pleased and was anxious to write this critique.
Rating:
Name:
Terry Kerr
Date:
03/28/2015
Review:
Great gun! I took out the #10 on a six inch target with the second shot with the fixed sights. But, I completely disagree that it is backyard friendly. This gun is way louder than my Gamo's and Ruger. That being said, I am really impressed with the quality and feel of this gun.
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Name:
biggscott
Date:
02/26/2015
Review:
Octaine .22 I researched this rifle after purchasing a ruger talon .177 about a year ago. I like that rifle so much and was so impressed with its construction and accuracy that I had no reservations purchasing the octaine! As with my talon, a few easy minor improvements need to be made. I use Teflon tape on all the stock and barrel screws. Replace the breech seal, and clean the barrel. I paired mine with the utg 3-12 x40 ao mini swat scope. They seem to be made for eachother. I still had an occasional flier but had nickel groups. Then I cleaned the barrel, and WOW!! No more fliers that weren't my mistakes! The rifle really likes the jsb 18.1 grn. Jumbo dome. Seem to shoot just as fast as the lighter crossman premier hp 14.5 grn. Both pellets are very accurate with the jsb being a heavier hitter. Cocking is quite a bit harder than a springer but it's very smooth and you do get used to it and developer a technique. It's easier to shoot than my .177 and very backyard friendly once the oil is gone! It is a heavy gun, but worth the weight with the results. Targets or game it's a superb rifle and an incredible bargain!
Rating:
Name:
Amiller
Date:
01/29/2015
Review:
very accurate with any pellet I have used quarter size groups at 10yds . Scope only lasted less than 100rds . Buy a different one
Rating:
Name:
NCmountainShooter
Date:
10/27/2013
Review:
This was my first airgun in 20 years. It's a beast for power. I'm pleased with the accuracy so far. The warning tag in the breech flattened the breech seal though. I'm annoyed at having to replace an o-ring on a gun I just bought. They should package that differently or send some spare o-rings. The manual also doesn't mention anything about their every 1000 round maintenance recommendations. The front sight needs better protection if your going to use the open sights. The gun is louder than I had hoped. I can't imagine it without the suppressor. The option to tune the amount of pressure in a magnum like this would be nice but would surely drive up the cost. They lose a point only for these issues, none vital. Nothing else compares for power to cost value.
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Name:
azairgunner
Date:
10/27/2013
Review:
great gun
spot on accuracy amazing impact (blew clean threw a phone book)a bit heavy bit great balance.

overall a great air gun would recommend to anyone.
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Name:
Lkgsmg
Date:
09/11/2013
Review:
I bought this gun because I wanted the knockdown power of a .22. I'm very happy with this gun. I was so happy that I came back to buy it in .177 too but they raised the price $80. Oh well, guess I'll just be happy with my .22
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Name:
BallPark Frank
Date:
09/06/2013
Review:
Went from a Beeman (POS, groupings = the entire target) to the Octane. Umarex produces a fine product. Nice finish, mucho power, and spot on accuracy. The fixed sights could be more durable but are very nice for a $200 rifle. I don't have any complaints concerning the included scope. Unless it breaks in some way I will actually use it! I am very happy with my purchase.
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