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Estimated in-stock date 09-30-2014
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Average Customer Review4.0 (58 reviews)
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Things I liked:Nowhere can you find a pistol this good for $50. Very accurate. Scoped and rested, I get consistent 0.5" groups, c2c @10m with Crosman Competition wadcutters.
Things I would have changed:The red dot sight is not worth the extra $5. Tried real hard to get consistent results with it, and eventually threw it out. The front sight has a rounded profile, which does not provide an ideal sight picture. The grip has a little sharp flash from the molding process, though this is easily removed.
What others should know:Just finished putting 500 rounds through this pistol. It is a keeper. Fiber optic sights are nice for visibility. I achieved a better sight picture by building it up the front sight with JB Weld and filing down to a square post. Used a black sharpie to match the original color. I also did some sanding to improve the grip. So, after a couple hours work, the pistol is just about perfect.
Things I liked:The thing that I like most about this gun, no co2 cartage. I hate running out of co2 when I am shooting. This gun one pump, And your ready to shoot.
Things I would have changed:I would like this gun with a mag for more shots, all break barrel guns only have one shot, why can't they make a gun like this with a 10 shot mag ? no co2
What others should know:I never owned a gun like this before, this is one of my favorite guns now. I put 300 rounds through it no problems.
Things I liked:Accuracy, feel, power, versatility and cost.
Things I would have changed:The red dot sight is worth about what it costs. Too big and too bright for my eyes. The open sights are fine, providing you do not ruin the rear one while pumping. I use the heel of my hand, without pressing on the sight. Kids can't do it, as it takes a bit of strength but I can and I am 75.
What others should know:Be wary of a pinch as you latch the pump. It will give you a painful blood blister. There are some Daisy pellets that I am unable to press far enough into the chamber using my finger. I use a corn on the cob stick to push them in farther, works well. I generally use Lee Liquid Alox bullet lubricant on all my pellets. It only takes a few drops per tin, use sparingly. It is a trick I learned while reloading ammunition.