Things I liked:the accuracy is fantastic, good knock down power in 0.177 cal, tagged and bagged 4 tree rats in 1 hour from my veggie garden 1st mornings hunt. Things I would have changed:nothing, great package What others should know:if you have a rodent problem, this can cure it
Things I liked:works great in my basement, a little pricey but it will last a life time, if you used plywood instead how much would you spend on that in your life Things I would have changed:nothing knew what I was buying
Things I liked:nice wide view & the illuminated recticle is cool Things I would have changed:don't care for the dust caps, both caps held together by bunges is much better loose fitting of course What others should know:first scope had intermitten illumination problem but
PA replaced it pronto
Things I liked:not much in 25 cal, 177 cal mag works just fine, but the 25 cals inner spring is to week, Things I would have changed:use a higher tension spring What others should know:load this mag as a 6 shooter instead of an 8, then you won't have any misfires or 2 pellets in the barrel from positions 7 & 8
Things I liked:very accurate in my marauder same as crow magnums Things I would have changed:qty and screw top of course What others should know:I won't buy them again I'll stick to the crow magnums much bigger hollow point more damage.
Things I liked:good pellet for plinking in the basement, very accurate in my marauder,like screw top & qty Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:I don't use these for pests, I use BEEMAN crow magnums for that.
Things I liked:after a couple tightinings of fittings no more air leaks, added the quick disconnect fitting , fantastic worked just fine. What others should know:typical scuba tank only holds 3,ooo PSI just like the Marauder rifle, so at first fill up, pressure drops below 3000 and steady there after,but don't get me wrong it can sure save a lot of hand pumping to get the gun up to 3000 PSI.
Things I liked:junk, junk, junk, struggled like hell just to open the tin. then 80 percent of them had mangeled skirts, I got tired of trying to sort good from bad just dumped the whole tin in my lead furnace my dad can use the lead for pistol bullets. Things I would have changed:nothing, I'll never buy again
Things I liked:light weight, break barrel, gas piston, scope is sufficent nothing special. once I finally found what pellets it likes I am very pleased with the accuracy. took alot of different pellets to find them. Things I would have changed:trigger, didn't like it, so I bought a charlie da tuna GRT 111 trigger and the gun is much better. It has a hair trigger now but it is totally predictable. What others should know:14 grain pellets this gun likes #1 beeman FTS, #2 RWS superdomes, #3 RWS superpoints. 21 Grain pellets it likes #1 beeman kodiaks, #2 H&N barracudas
Things I liked:my nitro venom dusk rifle hated these, they were inconsistent in size, some fit loose then snug then tight, as a result they were all over the target with every 4th or 5th one a wild flyer which surprised me for crosman pellets. Things I would have changed:what can you change they work or they don't
Things I liked:its a 10 shot repeater, single & double action & its just plain fun to shoot Things I would have changed:the grip handle is a little to big for my hand,but in double action the trigger moves back and its ok What others should know:I get 70 good power shots from 1 co2 as long as its not rapid fire
Things I liked:its a laser shoot from the hip how cool is that & and it is 11mm or weaver mount. its a fun way to shoot the revolver Things I would have changed:the 11mm would not work on my crosman 357W revolver, with the clamp screw as tight as possible the laser would slide up & down the rail. What others should know:to fix the problem I had a BKL 11mm to 11mm riser block I put in between then everything would clamp tight after some grinding & drilling & tapping
Things I liked:the accuracy of this gun is awesome with the droop compensating mount & a good leapers scope in .177 cal,in my basement at 30 ft it makes one tiny ragged hole in paper. What others should know:It took about 1000 pellets to finally break this gun in. At first the hardest thing to do was to return the barrel to the closed position but over time of 1000 shots this gun really smoothed out and now is very easy to cock and operate.
Things I liked:4 mounting screws to the 11mm groove and it does compensate for barrel droop on my RWS mod 34,the scope elevation adjustment is not maxed out. What others should know:even though the scope rings are only 2 screws per ring I have had no slipping problems with this mount.
Things I liked:nice blueing, fiber optic sights, stock and finish are very pleasing to the eye, after about 1000 pellet break in period this gun is extremely accurate. one tiny hole pattern at 30' in my basement, can't wait till spring to get outside and see what this .177 cal can do at greater distances. awesome shooter. Things I would have changed:the plastic buttplate, in fact I did fit and mount an after market rubber one, much nicer. What others should know:most accurate pellets are crosman premier 10.5 domed and benjamin 10.5 HP they average about 790 FPS, suprisingly crosman 7.4 pointed pellets cronied at 1016 FPS and wern't bad in accuracy not as good as the heavier but not bad. I have the RWS lockdown droop compensating mount and a leapers 3-12 X 40mm scope on it, works great.
Things I liked:A very fine made rifle, the appearance and finish of the stock is beautiful, the metal blueing is top notch as well. After about 1,000 pellets break in period, the side lever cocking has really smoothed out, making this something you can shoot for hours. Since the cocking effort is not so great that it would fatigue you quickly. The new TO6 trigger is great, the first stage is well defined and from there its a crisp and predictable firing of the gun with very low pressure on the trigger, no need to mess with factory adjustments. The first 200 pellets I shot thru this gun were with the iron sights, and they shot quite good, but I want the accuracy of a scope so I mounted a Leapers 4x12x40mm lighted scope and it is great Things I would have changed:A little expensive for a springer. What others should know:I have about 20 different .22 cal pellet makes, shapes, weights, manufactures and this gun shoots everything fantastic, every pellet will shoot a small group and no flyers it's amazing. You could sight any pellet you want to shoot bullseyes all day, thats how accurate this gun is.
Things I liked:These are the most cleanest shinyest pellets I've ever seen from crossman. I have older pellets tins the same caliber shape and weight that are filth things in comparasom. I've beeen shooting my RWS model 48 .22cal I Just got 1 month ago with these. This gun loves them accuracy is awesome. Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:great product
Things I liked:very rugged steel construction, should hold up for years to come. alot of fun to shoot at. Things I would have changed:as others have complained the shrink wrap packaging, it took 10 minutes at least to get it unwrapped.
Things I liked:crosman tins, QTY and price, these shoot great in my RWS Diana model 48, nice tiny 1 ragged hole group at 30' in my basement. But ten again every 22 cal pellet I have shoots great in that gun.
Things I liked:crosman tins, QTY and price. These shoot great in my RWS Diana model 48, 1 little ragged hole at 30' in my basement shooting range. Why buy more expensive 22 cal pellets when the crosmans are fantastic, best value for the buck.
Things I liked:the accuracy, I have about 20 different pellets in 22 cal and every thing shoots a little ragged hole with this gun, no wild flyers at all. Sure you would have to zero the scope for each pellet to get it on the bull, but it can be done for any pellet I have. The new TO-6 trigger is fantastic, very light pull weight and well defined 1st & 2nd stage, and very predictable when the gun will fire. The blueing and the stock are very nice, over all one fine RWS air rifle, love it. Things I would have changed:nothing at all What others should know:After about a 1000 pellet break in period this gun operates very smooth, easy to cock, hold & shoot. I zeroed my leapers scope with the RWS droop compensating mount using crosman premier pellets since they shoot great and are the best value in 22 cal pellets if your gun likes them.
Things I liked:It's definately a classic had one when I was a kid. The pumping effort is not bad at all. The accuracy is very good as expected. Just a fun pump pistol. Things I would have changed:I ordered the long steel breach from crosman and mounted it on, much better than the plastic one. What others should know:With an Aftermath red dot site mounted on, the gun shoots very well, very pleased with my $125 pistol.
Things I liked:It's a good inexpensive dot site. the 3/8 or weaver mount capability is great, can't beat it. Things I would have changed:n/a What others should know:I mounted this on a Crosman 1377C pump pistol with a log steel breach from Crosman, it's a great combination.
Things I liked:all metal construction, the blowback feature is very realistic, and it's alot of fun to plink cans with. Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:I can get about 40 rapid shots from 1 co2 cartridge, and when the cartridge is removed its frosty cold. You could get more shots by shooting slower but whats the fun in that, its a semi- auto blowback pistol. My gun keeps about a 2" circle at 25' but hits to the right alittle, I might add a laser to mine or just continue to aim alittle left.
Things I liked:Its a hard shell case and its big enough to hold to long pistols. I have two of these now, one holds 2 crosman 2300kt pistols a 177 and 22 cal both with 10.1 barrels and dot sights. the other case holds a 1377/c with steel breach and dot sight, plus a sig sauer p226 pistol. Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:good value for the money
Things I liked:QTY and price,can't beat 5 bb's for a penny. Things I would have changed:the container lid is poor, but when traveling I just use an old pellet tin instead, no big deal What others should know:from a sig sauer p226 pistol I get about a 2" circle at 25', I don't have any copperheads for comparison since daisy bb reviews were more positive. I'm happy with the accuracy for bb's.
Things I liked:Its a fun inexpensive pistol to target shoot with. I got the long steel breach from crosman and dot sight from PA. At 25' accuracy is great a ragged hole covered by a nickle, using both crosman 7.4 pointed and 7.4 wadcutter pellets, pointed doing slightly better. Things I would have changed:the plastic breach What others should know:This is my 2nd attempt at a review I'll see if its published. After the first I discovered PA now offers the long steel breach kit from crosman in both 177 & 22 cal. You could reduce mod costs for many crosman models provided you had free shipping. You can find the breach under accesories then parts.
Things I liked:all metal construction, the blowback gives a very realistic feel. the accuracy at 15 ft isn't to bad about a 1 1/2 " dia. its just a fun gun for plinking cans. Things I would have changed:n/a What others should know:the first gun I got the safety came apart in pieces, but PA sent me a new one pronto. I just don't use the safety , I don't cock it unless im ready to fire it.
Things I liked:everything, I now have 3 of them. they can hold 2 pistols with 10" barrels and dot sights. The size is perfect, with smaller guns you have room for extra mags, co2 and ammo. Things I would have changed:n/a