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: I like the feel and balance of the gun and the power. Being a .22 cal., it hits a target pretty hard. I also like the CO2. I got tired of my pump-up pistol.
Things I would have changed: I'm not crazy about the sights. I think accuracy could be improved with better sights (and not because the front sight was put on crooked!) Just the overall type of sights is not very accurate. Maybe if they were more narrow? Or possibly a "V" and a small round front sight?
What others should know: The last two guns I've purchased had the front sights put on crooked! One was so bad I had to cut it off with a band saw, reposition, and then epoxy it back on! This Crosman 2240 has a crooked front sight also. It's almost impossible to get any kind of accuracy out of the gun. I'm probably going to have to cut the front sight off of this one and reset it also! (The other gun was the Hatsan model 95 rifle)
Things I liked: I purchased this pistol because I wanted a CO2 powered, .22 cal. pellet gun with power and accuracy. This Crosman 2240 is all that. I find it to be most effective within 15 meters of target. It's sturdy construction and design makes for a nice balanced fit in my hand.
Things I would have changed: The front site would be a lot easier and faster to take aim with if it was a fixed fiber-optic type. It would also be great if it was made with a rail so a red-dot or laser type optic scope could attach.
What others should know: The one thing I find to be disappointing is you really have to tool-tighten the screw cap CO2 chamber cover in order to pierce CO2 cylinder. Now that just isn't right.
Things I liked: This pistol is an excellent buy for the money. I put a red dot scope on it and the accuracy is very good. I plan to customize it latter with a steel breech and longer barrel. I get about 80 shots per CO2 cartridge. It has good power out to at least 30 ft. The pistol feels good in the hand and it is a fun pistol to shoot. If you are looking to buy a single shot CO2 pistol this is the best for the money.
Things I would have changed: I would like to see better sites with the pistol. A better trigger would be nice but it is possible to buy new triggers for these pistols. An option for wood grips would be nice.
What others should know: The pistol is louder than to my other CO2 pistols.buy it can still be shot indoors.
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