Things I liked:Very well made gun. Anti-recoil system is great. Good accuracy. Good amount of power. Fun to shoot; tears up tin cans and pine cones. Things I would have changed:Nothing at this time. What others should know:My gun shot way low out of the box. The micrometer sights on this gun are finer than other micrometer sights that I'm use to. As a result I have two holes, 3/4" center to center on the vertical, in the side of my work bench top that will need explained to the wife. After the sights were adjusted I achieved 1/2" groups at 5 meters. I'll be adding a red dot sight or scope sometime in the future. The gun was hard to cock at first but the more I used it the easier it became to cock. This gun is powerful enough to take out pests and small game up to the size of a rabbit at 10 meters. I've been an airgunner since 1975, using them for hunting, pest control, plinking and target shooting. This one is destined to become one of my favorites. I'm making room for it in the "Bug-out" kit.
Things I liked:Well made, good quality gun. Anti-recoil mechanism is great. Good accuracy. Powerful. Fun to shoot; tears up tin cans and pine cones. Things I would have changed:Nothing at the moment. What others should know:My gun shot about 8" low out of the box. The micrometer sights on this gun are finer than other micrometer sights I have used (requires more turns to change impact point) As a result I have 2 holes 3/4" center to center on the vertical in the side of my work bench top that will need explained to my wife. Once the sights were adjusted, I was able to to shoot 1/2" groups at 5 meters from a rest position. This gun is powerful enought to hunt small game up to the size of a rabbit at a distance of 10 meters. I've been an airgunner since 1975 and this one is destined to become one of my favorites. I'm making room for it in my "Bug Out" kit.
Things I liked:Good sight. I placed this on my 1322 with a steel breech and was able to consistently place pellets in approximately the same location on a tin can at a distance of 10 yards. This sight is superior to the sights that come with the 1322. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:The sight adjustments for windage and elevation are a little hard to turn but that is not a bad thing.
Things I liked:Easy to install. An excellent replacement sight for the original sight that comes with the Crosman 1322/1377 pistols. It is easy to acquire your target with this sight and gives improved accuracy. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:The windage and elevation adjustments on this sight are hard to turn, but that does not cause any need for concern. It is an excellent sight. Crosman hit the mark with this product.
Things I liked:Great sight. I mounted one on my 1377 and one on my 1322. Using a rest I can now shoot 3 shot groups in the area size of a penny at a distance of 5 meters. This sight is far superior to the sight that comes with the 1377/1322. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:You will need to buy the steel breech kit to mount this sight.
Things I liked:I have this sight mounted on my Crosman 2289 Backpacker. I can consistently shoot 3 shot groups in an area the size of a penny at a distance of 5 meters and 3 shot groups in a area the size of a quarter at 10 to 15 meters. I do this without a rest. This has turned my 2289 in to a tack driver. I'm thinking about putting one on my 1377. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:This is a good sight for the money. The dot is a little bright, but it is not much of a hinderance.
Things I liked:Good product. Easy to install on the gun. It allows for installing different types of sights and scopes on my Crosman 1322 and 2289. It is sturdy and well made and adds some weight to the guns. Things I would have changed:Crosman should offer this breech kit as standard equipment on all their guns that use it and charge accordingly for the gun. However, I understand the need to provide consumers with a good product at a reasonable price and therefore their reason for not making it standard equipment. What others should know:I haven't fired my guns through a chronograph yet, but it seems like my guns have more power since I installed the steel breech kit.
Things I liked:Easy to install. Allows for mounting different type of optics. Gives the gun a little more heft. I have mounted this on my Crosman 1377 along with a LPA Mim sight. This combination has allow me to improve my marksmanship. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Use blue lock tite when screwing the bolt handle into the bolt. Otherwise it works its way loose.
Things I liked:Easy to mount. The dot and the sighting window has greatly improved my marksmanship. I have this particular sight mounted to a steel breech on my Crosman 2289. Things I would have changed:Windage and elevation screws turn easily; make them more like micrometer sights where they click and sort of lock in place when you turn them. If you accidently touch the windage or elevation screws they can turn and you have to readjust them. What others should know:I recommend getting the Crosman steel breech kit for mounting this sight.
Things I liked:This is an excellent sight. It is far superior to the sights that come with the Crosman 1377/1322. I have this mounted on my Crosman 1377 and 1322. It has helped me to greatly improve my marksmanship. I highly recommend it. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:You will need the Crosman steel breech kit for mounting this sight.
Things I liked:Pellets were all fairly uniform and loaded without any trouble in all 5 test guns. Some fit snugger than others. Things I would have changed:Make them more aerodynamic as there was evidence of pellet tumbling from all the air guns used in the test. As with all pellets their performance was dependent on the gun used. I know from experience that air guns are pellet sensitive. What others should know:This a summary of the pellets performance in the airguns used to test them. Given will be the test gun, average velocity (AV) in feet per second, average energy (AE) in foot-pounds energy, extreme spread (ES) in feet per second, standard deviation (SD) in feet per second and accuracy results at 10 meters using a shooting stick to steady the guns.
Benjamin Trail NP w/3X9 scope: AV=872.8, AE=26.1, ES=23.2, SD=3.6 and accuracy = 3 shots placed in a 2" diameter circle.
Beeman RS2 w/fiber optic sights: AV=763.2, AE=20, ES=23.1, SD=3 and accuracy = 3 shots placed in a 1" diameter circle.
Browning 800 Express w/fiber optic sights: AV=481.1, AE=8, ES=39.3, SD=11.7 and accuracy = 3 shots placed in a 1.5" diameter circle.
Crosman 2289 Backpacker w/Crosman Red Dot sights: AV=312.7, AE=3.4, ES=27.7, SD=8.8 and accuracy = 3 shots placed in a 1.5" diameter circle.
Crosman 1322 w/Crosman LPA MIM sights: AV=447.9, AE=6.9, ES=24.8, SD=10.3 and accuracy = 3 shots placed in a 1.5" diameter circle.
I consider the performance of these pellets as average. They performed best in the Beeman RS2. They may work better in Gamo airguns or other brands/models of airguns.
Things I liked:Trying this again, 1st review got submitted without me clicking the submit button.
This is a well made gun and I like the synthetic stock because it is durable. It was highly accurate right out of the box and little adjustment was needed on the sights. Using the fiber optic sights I sighted the gun in at 33 feet and was producing groups that would fit inside the diameter of a quarter. At 25 yards I was able to consistently hit a tin can using all types of pellets; the exception being heavy pellets; it did not like them. I believe this gun is designed for PBA ammo. The gun cocks smoothly and easily. I'm 63 years old and spent several hours at the range testing pellets. I was tired at the end, but it was good exercise. The gun is also very quiet. My Crosman 760 Pumpmaster makes more noise. The gas piston technology is a big plus on this gun. Things I would have changed:Sell the gun without the scope and let the buyer decide what type of optics he/she want to use. I personally don't use scopes preferring fiber optic and dot sights. What others should know:I would have rated this gun a solid 5 but didn't because it didn't achieve the stated 975 fps velocity using PBA ammo. Also, I expected higher velocities for the lead pellets. Even though I didn't see the velocities I expected this gun still has enough power for its stated purpose of small game hunting/pest control. I would rate this gun as a good buy and would recommend it for someone looking for a good hunting/pest control air rifle. Below is a summary of my test and the energies and velocities I observed:
Gamo Raptor PBA Gold, 9.9 gr, 18.6 fpe @ 918.8 fps
Gamo Rocket, 14.3 gr, 16.7 fpe @ 724.7 fps
Gamo TS22 Long Distance, 22 gr, 16.2fpe @ 575.5 fps
Gamo Diablo Match, 15.43 gr, 16.1 fpe @ 684.8 fps
Beeman Silver Sting, 15.74 gr, 16.1 fpe @ 678.6 fps
Crosman Premier Domed, 14.3 gr, 16.0 fpe @ 709.6 fps
Crosman Premier Pointed, 14.3 gr, 15.7 fpe @ 704.2 fps
RWS Hobby, 11.9 gr, 15.7 fpe @ 771.5 fps
Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy, 21.14 gr, 15.5 fpe @ 575.4 fps
Predator Polymag, 16 gr, 14.2 fpe @ 631.5 fps
Things I liked:Pellet quality is good; pellets are all uniform. Accuracy was good being shot out of a Gamo Silent Stalker Whisper IGT. Things I would have changed:Expensive and no more accurate than less expensive Gamo or Crosman pellets. What others should know:Test results from shooting the pellets from the Gamo Silent Stalker Whisper IGT.
Average Energy: 16.1 fpe; Average Velocity: 678.6 fps.
This pellet is good enough for small game hunting/pest control.