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Average Customer Review4.5 (73 reviews)
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Things I liked:The gun is a tack driver when using pellets. The sights are connected to the barrel so every shot is repeatable. 8 pumps will give me about 700 fps with a 10.5 grain pellet. The stock holds 200 BBs for shooting in the field.
Things I would have changed:While I am sure the mechanics are solid, the plastic stock and foregrip look and sound cheap. If you fill the stock with BBs they rattle around inside warning everything in the forest that you are coming. The plastic foregrip is noisy when it snaps closed while pumping. I went to the hardware store and bought some stick-on weather striping which I added to the foregrip and the metal housing so the gun does not make as much noise when pumping. I also added a rubber bumper at the hinged end of the foregrip since the plastic hit the metal housing when fully opened. I highly recommend you (and Crosman) do the same.
What others should know:This gun is great for pellets but not so good for BBs. I was using precision BBs but they still occasionally rolled out of the gun or double fed. If you want variable power and accuracy with pellets this is a great choice.
Things I liked:Size of the gun, lots of metal in the gun. I really can not say enough good things about this rifle. I do not think there is a better value in an air rifle out there. At well under $100 you can get an adult sized rifle with lots of metal, a few tins of pellets and you have everything you need for days and days of plinking.
Things I would have changed:A little more easy to pump would be nice, not sure how. Go back to the good old sight...fiber optic is not that great. Somehow an easy way to get the pellets into the rifle.
What others should know:I had a 766 back in the late 70's, and I don't know how many BB's went down the gun. I currently have two of these and they get a great deal of use. I also just picked up a 2200 the old 22 version of this gun I wish crosman would bring this back, I think it would sell. Can't be that much more to make and most parts fit. I have both of my guns scoped and they do take a scope well you will however have to alter your pumping I find that if you have a hand at the "pivot" and pump it is about the best you can do...just watch your fingers. I shoot both rifles a great deal and find they are very accurate, feed these guns good pellets and they will shoot with my hammerli. I will never be without one of these guns in my stable. I have found them to not be pellet picky everything I have shot is pop can accurate at 30 or so yards. Great guns, great first gun if your young ones have the strength to pump the gun.
Things I liked:Receiver is made of metal aswell as the trigger, trigger guard and safety. The dual ammo capability is nice but I only shoot pellets and you should aswell to protect and take advantage of the rifling. The gun is very accurate out of the box. The weighs around 5lbs and is adult sized gun with a good length of pull.
Things I would have changed:Make the front sight post a little thinner so you can shoot more accurately with open sights. I would also like to see an all black color scheme as it would make this gun look like a .22 LR
What others should know:Keep your gun well maintained. As long as the pump mechanism is well oiled and Protected from banging around your gun should last a long time.