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Average Customer Review4.5 (68 reviews)
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Things I liked:I had one when I was 13. Made of wood and metal. I was initially disappointed because it felt very light and not what I remember from 1973. However, once I put a few rounds through it my mind and feelings quickly changed. Accurate and quite powerful. The lighter weight makes it easy to shoot for hours. For the price you just can't beat it. My wife likes it too. I'll be ordering the "Pink" model for her soon. If you're looking for something better you will be disappointed when you realize you just spent enough money to buy a quality .22 caliber semi-auto (real) rifle. I'm quite satisfied with this purchase. Thank you!
Things I would have changed:Nothing at all.
What others should know:No.
Things I liked:Lightweight, short, good starter air rifle for kids. Good power but remember this one hits hard, not for unsupervised use by smaller kids.
Things I would have changed:Any changes would likely drive up the price, and this is a pretty durable airgun
What others should know:Great first airgun for pellet use / training.
Things I liked:easy to pump. nice size for a young shooter. Ok introduction rifle, just know it's not that accurate.
Things I would have changed:one of the worst triggers. Terrible sights (light pipe works as it should), HUGE, but with the lack of accuracy, I guess smaller sights aren't justified. Can't scope it since you need to hold the receiver to pump it, and besides the accuracy doesn't warrant a scope. If you don't shoot it regularly, you'll forget how to load the BBs. LOL ... Pellets are easy, so long as you don't loose their little "clip" holder.
What others should know:I've shot this rifle YEARS (30 or more) ago, when it was metal and wood. It was a good rifle than. So figured, geez, wonder, would be nice to get one... ugh, shouldn't have, but that's me. Don't think you'll be doing much in the way of impressive hole punching in paper targets with it. You'll be on paper, with the likes or 3" groups at 10 yds. Could be frustrating for a new shooter wondering why they can't get a bullseye, but so long as one knows this going in, all is fair. While I don't like the "huge" sights, they will be easy for anyone's eyes to pickup and align. As others mentioned, read the directions for pumping , or you'll break off the butt stock. May want to consider the the "RedRyder" BB rifle as well. It comes in a smaller size as well. I find them more accurate, same price range, but maybe harder to "pump" (operate the lever to set the spring).
Model Assistant Crosman 760 Pumpmaster
Compatible with Crosman 760 Pumpmaster