|Max Velocity||755 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||4.75 lbs|
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Things I liked: Everything
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: One of the best air guns made. Accurate, well made, will last for many years.
Things I liked: This is my second 2100 purchase and overall I am pleased with it. (The other unit now resides in my barn so I needed one for the garage.) It was accurate right out of the box. I cannot verify speeds yet as the barrel was rusted. After I shoot a few hundred more BBs and pellets through it I will check it.and report results.
Things I would have changed: The build date code for my gun is 316, meaning production in March 2016. I received it 5 months later in August. Unfortunately the barrel was rusty. I shot about 30 precision BBs through it and about an equal number of pellets. Every 20 or so shots I'd put in an oil soaked cleaning pellet and shoot it to see if the rust was clearing out. Sadly it is taking a while to clean it out. The rust was a disappointing find. I have no doubt PA would take the gun back but Crosman needs to do something about this. Did they change the barrel alloy? Did they forget to lube it before shipping?. If it rusts when new does that mean the seals will suffer from rust as well? My confidence is shaken. The gun sounds cheap when cocked so I added a rubber bumper to the foregrip to quiet it down when closed. .
What others should know: Make sure to check the barrel for rust before you shoot it. If it is rusted like mine and you don't want to spend time and effort cleaning it, return it to PA. If enough people complain maybe Crosman will step up and fix this issue.
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.
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?
It is typical most are stiff but the more rounds fired it might loosen up.
can you use plastic bb bullets
No regular bbs only.
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?
Pellets load on the right side top. Loading pellets might be a adventure.
|Max Velocity||755 fps|