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By JD from USA on 2012-12-07 20:47:08Things I liked:Glock style. Nice short trigger pull, expected DA revolver pull but definitely is SA and smooth all the way. Reliable, usually seated cylinder first time, didn't take more than one 'extra' slide manipulation to engage cylinder gear mating surface. Solid construction. American company. Cylinders 'fall out' as easily as any drop free mag.
Things I would have changed:At this pricepoint? Not really. Maybe strive to mimic glock style models in appearance and function more closely for realism, if possible, depending on mfg. and pricepoint constraints.
What others should know:About 65 pellet shots per CO2 (only tested one, didn't test BBs yet). Some pellets hung up in cylinder, but Crosman may have intended 'oversize' pellets than 'undersize' given mfg. 'constraints': better seal, accuracy and power. During break in period should disappear, or can just modify the cylinder holes (not recommended). Manual says engage CO2 piercer screw quickly to not lose gas, but mine didn't require that, didn't exhaust any CO2. I encourage Pyramyd to stock (many more) Glock style guns of any and every type.
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By Jason from USA on 2011-04-23 11:53:07Things I liked:The realism of loading the 8-round clip....
Things I would have changed:Crosman needs to do QUALITY CHECKS, before they package these guns for sale, the metal prongs on the co2 release are too narrow to allow the co2 clip to easily slide in and out......this is the reason customers have had to return the gun due to the difficulty in getting the co2 cartridge in and out. aside from that, this gun only gets 20 good shots per co2 cartridge (not even 20 - 30) that alone makes this gun FAIL. CROSMAN FAILS for making such a wasteful gun! remember if you buy this gun you WILL be using 2-3 times a many co2 cartridges than any other co2 rifle in existence!! BUYER BEWARE!!! I AM SOOOOO SERIOUSLY!!!!
What others should know:the front sight is white, which is difficult to aim with.....crosman needs to draw a fine BLACK line across the top of the front sight, i did this with a permanent marker and it increased my accuracy tenfold....