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    Crosman Stinger S32P Airsoft Shotgun, Clear/Black reviews - page 1

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    Overall rating:5

    Value for money:5

    Accuracy:5

    By MrMopar from USA on 2011-07-15 13:33:15

    Things I liked:This gun is very similar to the Leapers/UTG shotgun. The Crosman has significant heft to it due to a steel slug down the lower tube below the barrel. Not sure if the UTG has the same. It shoots hard, even with .12g BB's. Accuracy is very good, for close quarters, even without a sight, I am hitting a monster drink can on a post at 20-25 feet everytime. Has the Hop up system as well. I like the side mounts also.
    Things I would have changed:One area of weakness, and is not a big issue to correct is on the cocking arm that runs back into the gun. it has a small screw threaded into the plastic of the hand grip on the slider, and it has worked loose some from massive amount of slam fires. This is used for pulling the internals forward to load the BB, so there is not a lot of tension on this area, but something to look for or simply beef it up when you get one.
    What others should know:I don't care for the method of loading for the provided magazine, you have to use a loading tube (provided). But this is an easy fix, simply buy a couple of the UTG Everblast M87 Hi-Capacity Magazines for about $9 each, and then you have 300 round capacity each with the self feeding spring feature. With this mag in place, run up on me and see what you get!
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    Overall rating:5

    Value for money:5

    Accuracy:5

    By Dtj from Canada on 2011-12-19 16:27:31

    Things I liked:great gun good fps and its sturdy. love the grip
    Things I would have changed:its a little bit heavy
    What others should know:buy some kind of sight or scope
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    • Overall rating:5 5.0

      Value for money:5 5.0

      Accuracy:5 5.0

        By Dtj from Canada on 2011-12-19
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      Things I liked:great gun good fps and its sturdy. love the grip
      Things I would have changed:its a little bit heavy
      What others should know:buy some kind of sight or scope
    • Overall rating:5 5.0

      Value for money:5 5.0

      Accuracy:5 5.0

        By MrMopar from USA on 2011-07-15
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      Things I liked:This gun is very similar to the Leapers/UTG shotgun. The Crosman has significant heft to it due to a steel slug down the lower tube below the barrel. Not sure if the UTG has the same. It shoots hard, even with .12g BB's. Accuracy is very good, for close quarters, even without a sight, I am hitting a monster drink can on a post at 20-25 feet everytime. Has the Hop up system as well. I like the side mounts also.
      Things I would have changed:One area of weakness, and is not a big issue to correct is on the cocking arm that runs back into the gun. it has a small screw threaded into the plastic of the hand grip on the slider, and it has worked loose some from massive amount of slam fires. This is used for pulling the internals forward to load the BB, so there is not a lot of tension on this area, but something to look for or simply beef it up when you get one.
      What others should know:I don't care for the method of loading for the provided magazine, you have to use a loading tube (provided). But this is an easy fix, simply buy a couple of the UTG Everblast M87 Hi-Capacity Magazines for about $9 each, and then you have 300 round capacity each with the self feeding spring feature. With this mag in place, run up on me and see what you get!
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