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Average Customer Review4.5 (63 reviews)
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Things I liked:Love it. Out of the box shot quarter size group (single action and braced ), strudy construction. Use to work on trigger control practice and to relax.
Things I would have changed:Would like it in 4"
What others should know:I like crosman. Have a model 1, and 2200 magnum in 22 cal. Rifles. Both over 30 years old and work fine. The new 357 seams better, from what I remember, than it was25 years ago. From talking with the air gunsmith always use a drop of crosman pellgun oil on top of CO2 power let, and take time between shots, the CO2 is COLD and may freeze the seal
Things I liked:Light Weight, accurate and it fires pellets instead of bb's. I've had mine for a good number of years and I have used this one to put an up close finishing shot into a groundhog that was undermining our apartment foundation. I know the gun isn't recommended for that but it's what I had at the time and it did the job cleanly and humanely.
Things I would have changed:For what it is, I don't think I can ask for a better pistol due to the fact it has done everything I have asked it to do.
What others should know:If you want a decent target gun you can definitely do far worse than this gun. It will do what you ask of it and it will exceed it's limits on occasion.
Things I liked:This air gun shoots hard and is quite accurate! I bought the extra round magazines which is nice when you preload them with pellets. I only had to make a slight adjustment to the rear sight and the accuracy was impressive for a revolver! The rapid fire capability was a feature I wanted and is quite nice! Loading in the co2 cylinder went smooth with no leakage that I could notice.
Things I would have changed:I would like to see the cylinder open to the side instead of the barrel hinging down! The siders of the stock are kind of hard to get off!
What others should know:I loaded the round magazines with pellets with a tweezers, otherwise you get a lot of lead rubbed off on your thumb and finger! The cylinder rotates easily if you bump it and if it stops in between pellets you have to pull the trigger twice to fire a pellet!