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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By Ron Wheeler from USA on 2012-01-17 08:48:17Things I liked:I bought this gun for my 10 yr old son so he would have a good gun to grow into. It is very tite & has the look & feel & hits almost like a .22 rifle. Very accurate w/out a scope I hit a tennis ball from over 60 ft away.
Things I would have changed:metal for plastic sights thats it...
What others should know:Great gun for the money--same features & same power as the top of the line airguns costing over $300.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By linda from USA on 2014-02-22 02:56:03Things I liked:The looks, even the name is neat. Where do the makers come up with names? The bluing is dark and even. Color and polish of wood is nice. Looks sharp but most contact edges are beveled. It pulls to the shoulder well and feels responsive to movement, good for a moving field target. The stock has narrow dimensions, especially in the forearm, nice for smaller hands and also feels good for shooters who like to make finger adjustments, it also makes the rifle feel lively. I like how the front of the forearm stock tapers off. I thought the sharp toe of the stock would get caught on clothing at the shoulder on the pull, but it doesn't. The gun feels good. Cocking resistance for a high power air rifle is not bad and feels nice as spring is depressed. The barrel closes with a smooth click, every small detail ads to aesthetic pleasure. Firing has a crisp sound, medium loud, the spring cycles clean excessive rattling or other creative noises. For a powerful air gun firing cycle is smooth. The square rear sight steadily lines up with the front sight. The trigger is a simple design with predictable let off, though it should be made smoother. Simple, well thought out design, enjoyable to shoot, the gun I pull out most often. The quirks have been worked out. I like how Crosman has easily interchanged aftermarket and replacement parts and the price is right. Easy to work on. Reliable. One of my favorite plinking rifles with lively handling and easy to acquire accuracy.
Things I would have changed:Make comb of stock a little shorter. Less plastic. Simple iron sights, no fiber optics, though they do help for quick sight acquirement is poor lighting. Smoother trigger. Shorten distance from pistol portion of grip to trigger, but keep the same design.
What others should know:Ah put some fine adjustable iron target sights on and keep the same price..