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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
By Joe from USA on 2010-11-22 11:34:55Things I liked:This Crosman behaves like a "real" gun....It has a good sound to it, never jams, has a good blow back (slide moving back and forth), a good feel to it and a good safety. Great value!
Things I would have changed:Nothing for the money.
What others should know:A+ rating by me.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By Paul from USA on 2010-03-03 15:05:43Things I liked:I don't like much about this gun only because I'm disappointed in the condition it arrived in. I opted for the "re-manufactured"gun because of the good reviews, but I didn't realize it would come so battered up. It honestly looks as though it was dropped. The slide release lock is loose, the slide spring feels used up and old with barely any recoil, the slide itself sticks when you manually slide it back and the hammer is loose as well. It does fire...kind of accurate, but in my opinion they should have advertised this gun as "used and broken in for your inconvenience :)" instead of "re-manufactured" cause that's what I got. I'm wondering what this gun looked like before their so-called re-manufacturing process.
Things I would have changed:The slide isn't far enough back when locked. It becomes rather pointless to have that feature because of that. The c02 screw knob is hard to grip being so close to the sharp edges of the gun handle. Poorly designed for use with holsters, when you insert into any holster the gun slide slides and cocks the gun even with the safety on. I own a baby hi capa 3.8 and it wont slide with the safety on...unless the safety is yet another thing wrong with this gun.
What others should know:Yes....here is a lesson learned for me on buying re-manufactured guns...you get what you pay for...I guess. I decided not to return it and use it for a spare gun, but I am contemplating buying a brand new one...we'll see.