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Average Customer Review4.5 (253 reviews)
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Things I liked:I've had my .25 for more than a year now and have put more than 1,000 rounds through it. It's a beast! VERY hard-hitting and, now that I have a BSA 3x12 scope on it, it's very accurate, even at longer ranges (50 yards plus). It takes some getting used to, but I'm growing to like this gun very much.
Things I would have changed:Needs a better trigger. Pull, though adjustable, is a bit too long. Somewhat on the heavy side, and the finish on the walnut stock isn't the best.
What others should know:Overall, a powerful hunting/plinking air gun in .25 caliber. Tin cans only last about six shots before they're totally mangled.
Things I liked:owned mine a few years in .22, like the wood thumbhole stock, after breaking it in, it shoots a consistant 910 fps with Crossman hollowpoint pellets. at 20 yards, the groups are one ragged hole, took a tin of pellets to break in.
Things I would have changed:better finish on stock, I ened up painting mine camo
What others should know:the gun has to break in, make sure you clean the barrel properly when you get it
Things I liked:Nice looking stock and metal. Very quiet, not as loud as my Vantage NP or Gamo BigCat. Lots of power plus. Accuracy is improving with use. It likes JSB 18.13 Exact Domes the best, 1/2"@ 30 yds. and then Crosman H/P's at about 3/4 to 1" @ 30yds.
Things I would have changed:Quality control needs to be improved. Better trigger would be a big improvement. If the owner has to clean and scrub the barrel for an hour before it can be shot then why doesn't Crosman provide a cleaning kit or clean the filthy barrel before they ship it? If the gun requires 500 pellets shot through it to get broken in to be any where near accurate then why doesn't Crosman include 500 pellets or shoot it 500 times before they sell it. This air rifle and all others in its price range need to be more user ready out of the box!
What others should know:I gave this gun 5 stars only because its a nice looking rifle and is getting more accurate the more I shoot and tinker with it but not without some issues. I've never had and air rifle that shot good right out of the box, this gun included, and it needs a lot of attention to get it to shoot accurately and is very hold sensitive. The 3-9 C/P scope that was included(lemon) didn't last 100 shots and it was replaced by Crosman. Then after firing the rifle(another lemon) about 800-900 times the scope rail and scope fell off and Crosman sent me a new rifle. Accuracy with the first rifle was horrible, it never improved with any pellet. The replacement rifle is not as nice looking as the first one but it is becoming very accurate now after about 600 shots and that's all that matters. A gun isn't worth spit if it isn't accurate! Crosman and PyramydAir are good companies to deal with and I am happy (NOW) with my XL 1100, a real monster of a gun like my old M1 Garand.
Model Assistant Benjamin Trail NP XL Air Rifle