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Things I liked: Nice light gun
Things I would have changed: Needs a better o ring but still a good gun
Things I liked: Power, Accuracy, large capacity CO2 tank, integrated rails, solid construction
Things I would have changed: Make bottom rail to same specs as side rails. Make it a little easier to open CO2 tank cover. Allow for aftermarket butt stock attachment. More power in burst mode.
What others should know: I have been getting 10 magazines (400 shots) out of each Air Venturi Pre-Filled 88-Gram CO2 Tank. UTG Deluxe Ergonomic Foregrip, Black does NOT fit on bottom rail without modification of grip or rail, but fits nicely on either side rail. Use a red dot scope and/or laser correctly sighted and this gun is very accurate. Powerful in single shot mode but don't expect much power in 3 shot burst mode. Front 3 rails are mounted on removeable CO2 catridge cover, so careful placement of accessories is required (ie: remote switches. Get Marksman .177 Cal, 5.1 Grains, BB Speedloader to make reloading quick and simple.
Things I liked: I like the quad rails, but little else. This is exactly the same as the walther sg9000. It's just relabled.
Things I would have changed: It needs some kind of butt stock that can be attached
What others should know: Not easy to aim due to the fact there are no sights, no butt stock so no way to sabilize this. Also using the 3 bb setting robs you of almost half of your muzzle velocity. If you are planning on using this with any hope of accuracy, you need a laser. nothing else will give you any hope of hitting anything smaller than an aircraft carrier.
This is my 3rd time at getting back into airguns as a hobby...[yeah, I'm an old guy]. But, with old age and disabilities--including a blind shooting eye--[and NO I didn't shoot it out with a Red Ryder!] I got to thinking about air shotgunning--or skeet shooting w.o gunpowder! Does this sound cool or what? I had envisoned reusable plastic 'cups' to hold the shot and to act as the shells,,,and offering something smaller than BB's. Then, I saw this Berreta...I like my idea a lot better! But, overall--what do ya think? I bought a Beeman P-17 to see if I could shoot anything--luckily I can and do--so, I could hopefully benefit from a shotgun. I miss shooting skeet...so, should I add this to my bucket list? I hope so!
You just described the Crosman 1100 CO2 shotgun. Available used. I love mine. Hope that helps.
if you enjoy doing it then you should
is it made of metal
It is largely made of polymer.
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