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Average Customer Review4.5 (112 reviews)
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Things I liked:The pistol is super light weight. I use mine in the carbine configuration and it's very short and easy to maneuver around. Cycling the action is smooth, occasionally you'll get a rough pull that takes a little extra pull back but it's rare. The accuracy is superb for such a short barrel. I've only used a few pellets and the Crosman hollow points in the tin work best. At 30 yards the "average" group size is .7 ctc. I say average cause I take a 5 shot groups and most of the time 4 of the 5 shots measure .2-.3 ctc but you'll get a flyer that makes the group .7 ctc. At 40 yards the groups are 1-1.25 inches. I really wouldn't consider taking any hunting shots out past 40 yards with the pistol. The trigger is very nice and has a light pull. The pistol is very quiet and won't bother the average sane neighbor.
Things I would have changed:The stock to make it a carbine sucks. It isn't as comfortable in the hands as the pistol grips are, they're contoured to the shape of your hand. The stock grip is just a big blob. It also has a wobble to it. You can easily fix this wobble by adding any medium size o-ring to the stock where it will connect to the back frame of the pistol grip.
What others should know:This pistol is very easy to fill. After you pressurize your fill line (Around 5-6 pumps) you can fill the gun up in just 24 pumps with a Hill Mk3. That's 1 pump per shot if you leave the gun at factory settings.
Things I liked:Extremely Light, Short, Cheap, Accurate (if your lucky like me), Very user friendly to service and fix. Crosman offers every single replacement part to this pistol down to the last screw. Replacement parts are DIRT cheap. If your hand pumping- buy this. The air reservoir is so small its NOTHING to pump it back up. If you have an air tank its even better- I have a 44cf scba tank, it fills this gun literally hundreds of times. There are more after market mods/parts/tunes you can do to this gun than you can imagine. I bought mine used, its never been resealed/repaired, and its at least 3 years old so far. Once it does need a reseal or repair, It will cost me barely anything and I'll easily be able to do it myself by watching instructional videos online. Don't attempt repair if your gun is still under warranty though! For a ~15fpe little carbine, I can take small game as far as 50yd no problem.
Things I would have changed:The plastic stock it comes with does wobble. Thats the only negative I have for this gun and I've owned it over a year now, having shot thousands of pellets. There are many options for different stocks though as others have said. A cheap, reliable option is the collapsable "AR" style stock and adapter. The adapter is $50, then you can spend a lot for a nice stock, or as little as $15 for a decent cheap one. Theres also wood stocks that can be had used or from custom stock makers, typically they cost at least a couple hundred dollars though. But, a custom made stock is quality..
What others should know:This pcp is the funnest little carbine I've ever held. Since getting it a year ago, I've sold all other pcp's I owned except my Cricket .25. The prod uses so little air, pellets are relatively cheap, Mine prefers Beeman FTS. I can shoot 1/2" 5 shot groups off a bipod at 40yds easy and consistently. I have a full 7 turns on my HS, I fill to 2,700 and shoot down to 2,100 for two very accurate magazines. My Prod also shoots Predator Polymags well- I can achieve 1/2" at 40, but its typically 5/8-3/4". Still well enough for rabbits within that distance. I use polymags exclusively for hunting. I just ordered a bull pup kit for my Prod and can't wait. The Prod is my "truck gun," I literally keep it in my toolbox in the bed of the truck at all times. When I go for a country ride, I bring it up and leave it on the front seat. If I see any vermin, I just roll the window down and POW! Now that my Prod will be 19" over-all length in bull pup form, It will be very easy to maneuver in my truck cab.
Things I liked:This airgun is a quality piece. It is light weight, accurate & has functioned great. The bolt action is smoother than my Marauder rifle.
Things I would have changed:Benjamin needs to change the carbine stock. The comb is much too low because this gun requires a high-mounted scope. I'm trying to figure out a way to extend it without making the gun look cheap. This stock was actually made for the Crosman 1322/1377 series pistols, which have lower hight breeches. I would also like a screw-on cap for the air connection like the Marauder rifle. This snap-on cap seems like an after thought.
Compatible with Benjamin Marauder Air Pistol