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|Max Velocity||755 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Trigger Pull||4.75 lbs|
Things I liked: Nothing, very cheap, had an air leak right out of the box. I sent it back and still have not heard from or got a refund from Pyramyd Air.
What others should know: Do not buy this rifle. Very cheep stalk, no quality control from the plant.
Things I liked: Price,ease of use, and price
Things I would have changed: The bb resovoir is noisy
Things I liked: The Crosman 2100b is currently my favorite pump gun in my collection. It is solid and hefty, with a nice metal receiver that sets it aside from the other pump ups in this price range. The 2100b produces a lot of power, and is overall just a nice entry level airgun that is sure to please adults and youth alike. This is a well built and nicely functioning air rifle for sure. The rifled barrel makes for nice accuracy from 15 to about 45 feet.
Things I would have changed: When compared to the 760 pumpmaster and the Daisy 880 this rifle leads the pack with one exception: Loading pellets. The 760 comes with a nice 5 shot pellet clip that is a game changer, the 2100 and 880 do not- That is the only lag with this gun, although it is better built and more powerful then the other 2 in the same price range, it is easier to load the the 880. A pellet pen solves this issue across the board.
What others should know: Make sure to keep the pump cup oiled, especially when shooting in the hot sun. In my opinion, this is the superior option in this price range. Even though it can shoot bb's, I just wouldnt- keep the 2100 as a strict pellet gun to preserve the rifling and get the crosman pumpmaster if you want a decent bb shooter. The Crosman 2100 is a worthwhile purchase that is sure to last a long time.
The bolt or slide you pull back to load and the cock the gun seems to be excessively stiff and takes all I've got to click it back to load. Is this typical? Is there a way to make it easier to cock?
can you use plastic bb bullets
Do you load the pellets on the top of the receiver? If so, how difficult is it to load pellets with a scope mounted on the receiver?
|Max Velocity||755 fps|