Things I liked:The look is SWEET. The cocking cycle is better than my whisper and phantom. Things I would have changed:Trigger What others should know:have options for a new scope cuz ur going to need it
Things I liked:Price wasn't to bad. MilDot Reticle and Zoom with AO Things I would have changed:I wished Centerpoint had kept there old turrets I like them better What others should know:If shooting 11mm dovetail get high mounts
Things I liked: The Hard hit of this pellet is always good and I noticed a slight difference between his older brother. Things I would have changed: the weight or maybe predator come out with different weights. such as a 14grn 16 grn 18 gnr and 24 grn What others should know: These are a very good pellet
Things I liked: This pellets is very great and this is what I use to start the accuracy test in .177 cal air rifles. i also test velocity with this pellet over the hobbies as because these ccan sometimes shoot better. Which provides an overall out look on the air rifle. What others should know:THese pellets are harder than ordinary lead pellets. They contain antimony. This is a good pellet to start if you own a multi pump pneumatic
Things I liked: the accuracy and the power. with jsbs exact heavies 18.1 grn i got .4" at 20 yds after I cleaned the barrel. Also the gun is very smooth to cock over some guns that are costing less. Things I would have changed: nothing What others should know: This gun is hard to shoot. it is a magnum so be patient practice a consistent hold and follow through
Things I liked: Weaver Mount are great as when I order a leapers scope most of the time I have to order a set of 11mm dovetail rings but instead im fine. The Quietness of the gun Things I would have changed: Quality control needs to get better. I took mine apart and ordered all new parts from crosmans and installed them myself. It brought the gun up to 18 fpe with 18.1 grn JSBs. The trigger is the standard Crosman Trigger. I opt and purchased a grt III trigger. For me the stock is also hard to do the artillery hold as i like to put my hand right in front of the trigger guard but with this gun I can never get the exact same spot. So I switched the stock for a synthetic stock I have at home. The scope isnt all that great...it will get you started. I purchased a Hawke Varmint 3-12x44 and it was a great combo. What others should know: Try the H&N pellets...JSB's are also working very well.
Things I liked: This Gun is Awesome. In my opinion if you ahve a budget of 200 hundred max you should open it up just a little more but that just me. The quattro trigger is the best out of the box compared to the to6...or others..way better than the standard crosman. The velocity is also nice. My gun is in .177 cal. Im using JSB Exact Monsters .177 grns and there shooting tthem with 17fpe. Thats hard for a .177 gun. I also shoot open sights as I have not decided what scope to mount on this gun. But the groups are also great. @ 20 yards my groups are 1/4-1/2" which is good enough for me. Things I would have changed: Id take the bipod off..maybe it wont be a sniper anymore. but seriously i would and add the cost difference to make the 3-9x32 scope AO. What others should know: Dont use light pellets. I mean begin to start testing something that weighs at least 9 grns. I started at 10 and tried to find the best.