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|Max Velocity||625 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
Things I liked: i love this plinker alot of fun,pretty accurate even at 25 yrds...i added a powerline scope and tripod,,it feels great shoots awsome
Things I would have changed: not much to change..its a great buy..wuld be nice if 2 mags came with this,,,
What others should know: from the beginning i had a few problems with my gun,,But crosman is great to deal with they sent me a new gun within a week and let me take whatever parts worked best..this shoots awsome..they sent me alot of extras for the inconvience.They r a great company to deal with far as warrenty.Thumbs up there.The price is great.i dont get 400 shots cause i change the big co2 after about 325,,cause the power goes down,,at about 75 feet this baby was going thru my targets and ina tree about 1/8 inch..This gun is one of the best plinkers,so many shots on that big co2 makes this alot of fun..buy more clips and like 3 mags and youll have a blast.its as powerful as them brake barrels but i havent found a better repeater in this class ,very great pelle gun..and stick with pellets ,bbs dont do it..lol..have fun
Things I liked: My first impression of the rifle was bad because a couple of minor problems I had with it. But once I setteled down and resolved them, I found this rifle to be extremely accurate for the price and very fun to shoot. Trigger action is very consistant and predictable for a double action type system.
Things I would have changed: This is a solid, well designed rifle, but the week link has to be the plastic dove-tail mounting rail. However, you can mount a single base rings for a rock solid grip and alighnment of the scope. Also, a click adjust type rear sight would be a huge improvement.
What others should know: One of those first minor problems I had was my own fault, I used the cheap Daisy pellets. Grouping at 15 yds. was about 3 ins. from 12 shots (one full clip). I noticed that they fit into the clip losely and some would fall out if was tipped too far back. I switched to the Crosman Competition (the carton of 1250) and Viola! my group shrank to the size of a quarter with 12 shots at the same distance with not a single flyer. I am simply amazed at the consistancy of this rifle for it's price range. Make sure you get the pellet clip pin all the way in, it snaps in at the end. If you don't, the clip will woble when cycled and you will lose accuracy. Also, check to make sure the Air Source adapter is screwed all the way in after shooting the rifle for a while, it's a tight fit at first (a good thing) and mine wasn't threaded all the way when I checked it. The barrel is a 3 layered design, the inner barrel is high quality steel that slides forward via an unlocking mechanism to help remove a jammed pellet ( I haven't had any jamming problems myself ). The middle portion is ABS type plastic and the outter part that we see is blued steel. This might sound cheap but it was designed that way for the pellet removal function and it's well done , I prefer it over a skinny tube barrel, I was able to mount a UTG Dragon Claw bi-pod to the larger dia. barrel and it looks and feals great (see my customers pic). Make sure to order Pellgun oil (necessary) and extra clips when you get the rifle.
Things I liked: It is very light and easy using in a short carbine. Accuracy is great and it hits everything I shoot at. Good out to 35 yards. It will punch holes through both sides of a soup can at 20 yards and is hard to miss. It is such a pleasure to shoot all day long. Nice fiber optic front sight.
Things I would have changed: Add rear fiber optic sight.
What others should know: As most people have expressed, get a lot of co2 and pellets.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|