1-year limited warranty
List Price $79.95 Save $20.00 (25%)
Earn 60 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||460 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||3.88 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||60|
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Things I liked: Not much, pistol grips...? maybe.
Things I would have changed: Power and a whole lot more power Like at least 2nce as much just to make it functional enough to be worth using. Use 2 co2 cartridge at a time, one down the tube and then incorporate a 2nd co2 cartridge to be added in the handle. Standard sights are to small and narrow, not to mention black on black. The bluing, I got a little bit of light rain on mine and it started showing rust. I had to clean and re-blue the gun.
What others should know: At 10 to 14 yards pellets were ricocheting off med/hard wood boards. this gun has no killing power for hunting. Maybe the .177 is a much better gun? If you are going to buy this than go with the P/A sight upgrade package and go threw P/A period, so it's easy to return and exchange for something different.
Things I liked: Packs a real punch. Very accurate! Can't beat the price! Well balanced in the hand.
Things I liked: (Review is for the 2400 with a Steel Breech and Williams notch sight) - Tack driver straight out of the box, if you miss it's your fault. - Shoots many pellets very well - Tons of aftermarket parts and mods - Nice trigger - Gets ~50 consistent shots per powerlet
Things I would have changed: - The front breech screw is a tiny hex screw and I suspect the hex will strip after a few dis-assemblies. - Very hard to puncture powerlets, have to use a pair of pliers to tighten the endcap the last little bit.
What others should know: - You will read other reviews of the steel breech kit saying that the bolt is loose, this is not true with my gun. My bolt locks up nice and tight. - I have replaced my trigger spring with a slightly lighter one of the same OD and length, as well as stoned and polished the contact surfaces of the trigger and sear where the trigger interfaces with the sear, and the sear with the hammer. The pieces as they come are rough, stoning them flat to increase contact area between parts removes any gritty feeling and gives you a crisper trigger. You must insure to keep the surfaces flat and perpendicular to the adjacent sides or this practice is pointless. I don't have a pull gauge but I would estimate it to be around 2 lbs. - The Williams sight is a top notch piece of equipment. It is one of the nicest iron sights I have ever had on any airgun OR firearm. Can HIGHLY recommend it.
Why is this pistol only offered in .22? Any idea if Crosman will offer it in .177?
Crosman already did. It was the 1740 and discontinued it back in 2001. https://support.crosman.com/hc/en-us/articles/203543000-1740-Owner-s-Manual-EVP-1999-2001-
Does the 2240 need a signature when delivered?
This pellet gun is by Crosman. Why are other pellets being used? Is there something wrong with manufacture's pellet gun why they can't use their own pellets?
You can certainly use Crosman pellets. Crosman premiers are great!
The manufacture pellets are not always the best choice.
|Max Velocity||460 fps|$5.99$4.99
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