1-year limited warranty
List Price $300.00 Save $40.01 (14%)
Want it delivered 05-27-2013
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Average Customer Review5 (43 reviews)
Things I liked:Precision accuracy, weight and feel, simplicity in operation and maintenance. I actually have a 1377 Crosman Custom. It honestly can shoot RWS Meisterkugeln pellets within the previous shots area within 25 yards. I usually shoot it a max of 20 yards however. Mine has Lothar Walther barrel 10.1".
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:Very affordable for accuracy this pistol produces, I have achieved best results with German pellets, but Crosman wad cutters are okay if you are popping cans. Can keep up with or surpass higher end air pistols in accuracy.
Things I liked:Accuracy is excellent. Rear sight is excellent. On balance, a very nice gun at this price point, and I would buy again.
Things I would have changed:Trigger, trigger, and trigger. As noted by many other reviewers, the trigger is gritty and creepy. It can, however, be adjusted down to a reasonably light pull to break the shot. Also as noted by others, the plastic grips are...plastic grips. Finally, the dovetail on the receiver is canted at a slight angle, which means the rear sight doesn't sit "square with the world." However, this is an aesthetic rather than functional consideration, since the sight adjusts to zero just fine.
What others should know:My review pretty much mirrors what I'd read prior to buying the 2300S, and I'm satisfied with the purchase. I'll polish up the trigger action and/or purchase an aftermarket two-stage sear and eventually buy some aftermarket grips. With those modifications, the 2300S will be a gun that certainly can exceed my capabilities and should last a long time. Overall, I'm pleased with the gun and recommend it.
Things I liked:Pretty accurate for the money and CO2 powerlet makes it more convenient for paper shooting than springers like the weihrauch hw75. More powerful than HW75 by quite a bit. Both pistols seem to like RWS superdome
Things I would have changed:Should come with an RB grip. The plastic grips are cheap to the touch. Fit and finish nowhere near as good as weihrauch hw75 (which does cost more). Include a tube of pelgunoil. Trigger has creep and does not adjust low enough (weight) for my liking. HW75 trigger, on the other hand, is perfect for me just as a reference. The gun seems to be front heavy thus taking away from comfortable extended shooting sessions.
What others should know:Crosman's website allows you to custom make your own 2300kt for very competitive prices allowing you to change some of the parts out to your liking. Buy Pelgunoil - you need it with this gun. It helps greatly with keeping a good seal.