Things I liked:I like everything about the crosman 2240. Acurate,reliable, not too costly, and lots of available custom modifications. Looking at the two 2300s now, a little more expensive but already have some upgrades, steel grooved breach, ect. I like crosman and metal guns, have a pretty nice collection of vintage metal guns, they can be re-built over and over, as long as parts are avalable. Things I would have changed:Should come with a groved metal breech. What others should know:Metal, metal, metal, cared for and sometimes not, it last. Plastic gets broken and damaged from heat, chenicals, and mistreatment. If you collect and a new plastic gun comes out that you like, buy two, chances are it won't be in production long.
Things I liked:I shoot at cardboard targets inside, the crosman pointed pellets leave clean, distinct holes. Things I would have changed:Cheaper would be nice, but quality is hardly ever cheap. What others should know:If you can purchase pellets in larger quanities, you can save with pyramyd airs 4th tin free deal.
Things I liked:Like the gun and ordered it because of my satisfaction with the 2240. Things I would have changed:Adjusted the trigger as light as possable, still not as good as the 2240. What others should know:Dissapointed as compared to the 2240, especially at more than twice the price. Was expecting something really nice.
Things I liked:I like the realistic features about the piece. Things I would have changed:It is very unreliable, one time you pick it up and it shoots good, and one time it shoots weak or a bb jams in the barrel. It is very unreliable. I want it to work good all the time, but am thinking about sending it back, for exchange. Also only get about 24 shots per co2 capsule.
Things I liked:Same mag as the swiss arms. Great product. Things I would have changed:Easier way to hold the bb loading spring back while loading, without a strong thumbnail or the point of a knife blade. What others should know:Great product, buy lots of spares for re-load practice.
Things I liked:Realistic look. Things I would have changed:wooden stock and metal receiver, barrel,ect, even at higher price. What others should know:Had to return my first one because the seals wouldn't hold where the co2 container seats. I expected a more quality gun, but for the price, it is what it is.
Things I liked:Everything. Things I would have changed:Add 3 more rounds. What others should know:Works in several crosman guns, different cosmetic look but still the tried and true old 760 pumpmaster.
Things I liked:I like the authentic look. Things I would have changed: Make the receiver and barrel from metal,and the stock out of wood, and maybe put a little more power in it, even at an increased price. don't think there's a wood and metal pellet or metal bb model on the market right now, for collectors and us grown up kids. What others should know:Get extra face seals,(where the co2 cartridge seals)if you're going to shoot it very much, as they're usually the first ones to go on any co2 gun.
Things I liked:authentic look and feel. Things I would have changed:nothing. What others should know:the gun i have is a little more tempermental than the other guns of this type that i have , but from my experience it will probably preform better when it is broken in.
Things I liked:I liked everything about this replica co2 bb gun, especially the "1860 grip" which is larger to accomcdate the co2 capsule, but fits my large hands better than the "replica correct" 1873 grips. Things I would have changed:Not a big problem, but I would prefer that the hammer rest all the way down, instead of riding with a space between the frame and the hammer. What others should know:Buy extra bullets, as you can spend more time shooting instead of loading bbs in the same 6 bullets between shooting and re loading.