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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Anthony from USA on 2008-08-03 01:28:34Things I liked:Very accurate, good grouping,solid well made gun. Should give years of good quality service. This is a good, heavy, stylish, POWERFUL gun that is alot of fun to shoot. I like this gun and I'am glad I bought it.
Things I would have changed:Nothing. If it had the option of getting wooden grips I would buy them. The plastic grips gives it a little bit of a inexpensive look. If it were more than a single shot that would be good.
What others should know:Be careful this is a very powerful gun. Keep it clean and oiled it might rust. Make sure you don't load the pellets backwards.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By John from USA on 2008-11-21 16:31:48Things I liked:Seems fairly well-built, as oppossed to the Crosman guns that come with the plastic breech. I bought this gun because of the steel breech, figuring that I would get a pistol similiar to one built at the Crosman Custom Shop. The LPA rear-sight is nice, and seems fairly accurate. The 2300S has better target match features, but the price reflects that.
Things I would have changed:Replace the short breech with a long breech. Replace the cheap plastic grips with, at least, carbon fibre type plastic grips.
What others should know:This pistol came with the paint on the trigger guard scaped-off down to the metal. As a customer from the old days of, "the customer is always right," the emails with both Pyramid and Crosman have left me feeling that corporate customer service is not good. I have to spend money to return my pistol for repair, to get it in a near-new condition. I haggled for some kind of compromise, but only got an agreement to received some free ammo and CO2 (I asked Crosman CS for a free muzzle brake and trigger shoe, plus free postage, which I would install myself.) So, I will never have a new gun (for the $129 I spent out of my small V.A. Disability fixed income,) I don't think that Pyramyd Air or Crosman care about customers, and if they (or other companies) say they do, don't believe it. Customer Services are often in India anyway.