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Average Customer Review5 (141 reviews)
Things I liked:I purchased one of these rifles in May of 2013, and have been very pleased with it's overall performance. When mine arrived the barrel was filthy. This is a common complaint with these rifles. The factory trigger was absolutely worthless as you could not adjust it to a point that the pull/release was consistent and therefore it wouldn't hold a group better than 3" at 20 yards. I purchased a Charlie DaTuna aftermarket trigger for it for under $40, and I can definitely say that it was well worth doing so. I also applied a very light coating of gun grease to the cocking lever pivots, bear trap lever, and trigger assembly. This was time well spent, as it not only makes it easier to cock, but also improves trigger performance. I would recommend that you purchase pellets in variety packs to see which ones work best in your rifle. It does take several hundred shots to get the rifle broken in. Mine works best with H&N Baracuda Green 12.5 gr alloy pellets. I tried several different brands/types of lead pellets in it and just could not get the same performance as I do with the alloy ones. I can now hold a 1/2" to 3/4" group at 20 yards. While some people complain about the scope, I didn't have any problem with mine.
Things I would have changed:Number 1 would be the trigger. The factory trigger would work better as a small paperweight than as a trigger. Spend the money on a Charlie DaTuna trigger--you will be glad you did. It would be nice if Crosman supplied a sling for them also.
What others should know:I liked this rifle so much, that I purchased a Benjamin Trail NP XL 1100 a few months later. I went through the same problems with it as I did with the Trail NP. I did have to return the scope that came with it for a replacement. They are both a lot of fun to shoot. The Trail NP is much easier to cock, and I would definitely recommend this rifle to both junior and adult shooters. Be warned--DON'T fool yourself into thinking because these are pellet rifles that they aren't as dangerous as a powder firearms. They will shoot through 1/2 " marine grade plywood at 30 yards! Also, ALWAYS maintain a solid grip on both the barrel and stock while loading to prevent the barrel from accidentally slamming closed in the event the trigger would disengage. I would recommend this rifle or the NP XL 1100 to anyone. Once you spend a little time working out the quirks, and determining which pellets work best in your rifle you will really enjoy either of these rifles. I just wish that the state of Pennsylvania would allow hunters to use air rifles, because these would be great to hunt small game.
Things I liked:Great shooting gun like the feel of the pistol grip.like the looks of the gun accuracy is good when you find the right pellet.which is the crosman dome pellet for my gun
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:When you find the right hold very nice shooing gun.happy with my purchase at pyramid air
Things I liked:I have only shot about 100 rounds with it,very accurate at 25 yards so far quarter size groups with the jbs 7.84gr going to try jbs 8.4gr when they show up .it pumps smooth,and it feels every bit of 30lbs to cock it, reason I went with this rifle was for the better scope. I knew if I went with gamo whisper fusion or bone collector the scope would have been in the garbage and I would have to pay another $120.00 for a scope and most likely a barrel droop compensate scope mount another $60.00 cause even the scope rings on the gamo have lots of problems so I spent $200.00 instead of having $400.00 plus wrapped up in a gamo.this is so far a very nice rifle.
Things I would have changed:nothing yet
What others should know:when I received this rifle 1st thing I did was cleaned the barrel. I could not believe the how dirty it was brand new out of the box..So no matter what you buy you just have to clean them barrels 1st before your 1st shot.also if you use the hoppies #9 solvent dont get any of that stuff on you seals it will eat um up..
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