Starting at $44.99
You save: $5.00
1-year limited warranty
List Price $60.00, Orig.Price $49.99 Save $5.00 (10%)
Want it delivered 12-23-2013
Order it in the next 5 hr and 18 min, and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Things I liked:The two guns I got for my son and myself performed as advertised. We were able to zero in the scope on his and the red-dot sight on mine. (Red-dot sight is the Daisy add-on, it did not come with our order) I found they both performed accurately first time every time.
Things I liked:Excellent gun. Light weight to carry. Much lighter than most guns in its class. It IS a rifled barrel, not smoothbore according to Crosman's 2011 catalog entry (www.crosman.com/pdf/Crosman-2011-Catalog.pdf). The gun is a solid beginner's rifle. Would recommend for any age group. Easy pumping, very lightweight, accurate shooting. Granted, i haven't mounted the scope. Open sights are probably what most starter shooters should concern themselves with anyway. Considering this rifle is currently listed as only $10 higher than most 760 variants, and the 664gt comes with safety glasses, paper targets, a scope, a tin of 2 types of ammo (100 BBs + 100 pellets)... it makes for a great starter kit and a great gift for giving any new shooter, too! Oh, I recommend getting the Daisy zinc-coated BBs. If you wanna shoot BBs thru a rifled-bore barrel, that is. Bought 2 of these, plus a Remington Airmaster 77. I am not ashamed at all to bring the 664Gts out alongside that Remmy or my two Stoegers (x20 & x10 .22 cals).
Things I would have changed:Wouldn't change anything about the gun itself. PA needs to update their listing for it, tho. It IS a rifled barrel. Unlike what some previous reviewer stated, it is NOT a 760 variant. The powerplant is slightly stronger (664GT = 680FPS = BBs/645FPS = pellets... vs... the pumpmaster 760s: 625 =BB/600=pellets).
What others should know:Be sure to get Pellgunoil for your pumpers. The two 664GTs I purchased were ok from the start, but the Remington 77 was dry as a bone when first opened. The oil made it so the gun held air when it wasn't doing so at the start. this gun must be one of the best kept secrets goin on in airgunning right now. What a gem! And coming as a kit, with all those extras (ammo, glasses, targets, scope!), is just a pile of cherries on top to an already bargain priced rifle!
Things I liked:Lightweight, easy to pump, rifled barrel, pretty rugged - ought to last a while if taken care of, model has been around for many years. This is the currently produced version of the venerable Crosman 66.
Things I would have changed:I don't care for the fiber optics on the front sight, and the scope is a throw-away model. This is a "backyard gun" anyway, doesn't really need a scope. I'm undecided about the 5-shot clips.... I like them for myself, but I disapprove of taking the conscious step of loading out of the routine for young shooters.
What others should know:I just bought 3 of these, for my younger nieces and my nephew (ages 11, 9, and 9). I've been working with them on fundamental marksmanship, but to date they have been shooting with some of the airguns in my personal collection, and haven't had their own. For young beginners, I really favor airguns like this; the cocking (I have them stick to 5 pumps for targets and cans) is light and easy for young arms, and the power is not too much for a backyard range, and there is no recoil.
Compatible with Crosman 664GT Powermaster Air rifle kit