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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By Arnold from USA on 2008-08-29 16:01:52Things I liked:The rifle is ready to go right out of the box. all it needs is to be charged with CO2, which is easily accomplished by correctly inserting a bulb and replacing the screw cap per instructions. The peep sight is accurate enough for indoor shooting at 5 meters and the supplied front sight hood is a nice touch. The rifle is nicely balanced and trigger action is crisp.
Things I would have changed:As shipped, it is necessary to wipe the barrel and other exterior metal surfaces down carefully with a very lightly oiled cloth to remove traces of dirt and rust. This also protects the finish. Be careful that the oil you use is not one that could possibly damage any seals. The stock did not have a white spacer at the buttplate as pictured on the box.
What others should know:Velocities are consistent and in my opinion sufficiently high. As tested over my chronograph at about 68 degrees F, Crosman HPs gave an average reading of 553 FPS, while RWS Hobby pellets registered an average of 590 FPS. Variations were within 4 FPS for each pellet.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By makoy from USA on 2009-10-21 10:17:00Things I liked:Simplicity, accuracy and light weight, unlike other airguns that are too bulky and heavy..
Things I would have changed:Crosman should keep same trigger mechanism from Crosman model 160 those trigger are the best and it's not made with plastic and also the bolt handle it's too short they should make it a little longer.