Date: 9/2/2016 18:7

Crosman C11 CO2 BB Gun


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Sleek, sharp, realistic. Crosman's C11 BB gun is all those things...oh, yeah, it's also a blast to shoot! Just pull the trigger, and BBs start flying out the muzzle with flawless precision.

The C11 magazine holds 20* BBs, and the grip panels slide out of the way to load a CO2 cartridge. Texturing and finger grooves make the grip easy to keep in your hand as you pump out the BBs. In front of the triggerguard is an accessory rail. This pistol is easy to use and uncomplicated. If you're looking for a gun that's loads of fun to shoot, this is it! Remember, never shoot steel BBs at hard objects!

*The owner's manual states 18 BBs and also has some incorrect specifications. Crosman has confirmed the specs on our site are correct.

Click the AMMO link to stock up on BBs. Check the ACCESSORIES link for Pellgunoil, safety glasses, CO2 cartridges and other gear.

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity480 fps
Overall Length7.0"
Shot Capacity20
Front SightBlade
Rear SightFixed
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
Weight1.4 lbs
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By JAMES from USA on 2015-11-03
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Things I liked: These are nice little inexpensive guns. I don't know how Pyramyd Air actually goes about rating the noise level of different air guns but to me these are more like a low 3 or high 2, certainly not a 4. My Gamo blow back PT85 actually hurts my ears, at least indoors where I do my shooting, this gun I barely notice, it's just a pop hardly louder that the dry fire. I find it accurate at my current 7 yard set up and changing out the co2 is easy and the magazines load easy. Marksman bb's chrono 405 in this one and 491 in the Tactical version. Soap penetration is equal or greater to the Excite bb's and achieved at greater velocity. This gun really feels natural in the hand and looks it too. Maybe some maker will make a real pistol patterned closely after this model someday. I really like my C11's, a lot.

Things I would have changed: I had to replace one of the magazine catches. Crosman sells them for $1.15 plus shipping and a youtube video covers disassembly/reassembly quite well. Working in a homemade disassembly box using a large piece of clear plastic as the view window keeps any springs from vanishing let alone tiny screws. Treating the magazine insertions and releases gently should go along way to preserving this delicate part. I wasn't doing that, now I am, depressing the release only when applying pressure on the magazine for removal and depressing the release again before insertion. The worse part about disassembly are the tiny screws into plastic. I'm not sure how many times this can be done successfully, be gentle with magazine insertions and releases.

What others should know: I found of my four metal magazines that one isn't able to retain the smaller bb's but the others easily can. It would probably pay to pick up one or two spares just in case. I keep this one magazine set aside for the larger Marksman bb's and it functions flawlessly for that. This is a featherweight gun and the snap of the trigger release was wanting to make it jump slightly so I fixed that with a small piece of 3/16" semi dense foam with self stick adhesive to the frame serving as a trigger over travel stop. This and the cushioning effect of the foam have eliminated the problem. It is now easy to shoot accurately. The foam is white on a black gun but big deal. A fun gun overall having gotten the bugs out and grown use to it. At 79 f I could still hit at the amazing shot count of 100 before bb's started failing to penetrate the thick splatter target. Normally I will change co2 at 60 to 70 to keep accuracy and velocity up where they are consistent but you can still shoot more if you like

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By Don from Canada on 2015-10-24
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Things I liked: A nice little unit..!! It has good fire power for such a small unit...

Things I would have changed: Nothing..

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By Robert from USA on 2015-07-28
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Things I liked: I like this gun on paper. It's light, cheap, economical, extra mags are cheap. It's also powerful. It's a shame it's not so good in reality... The only thing I liked in reality was the fact that I could get my money back.

Things I would have changed: Everything. The build quality and quality control are terrible. The design is unfinished. Just as many arrive broken as they do in working order. For the ones that arrive in working order, a large portion break after 2 weeks. I bet that hardly any are working after 1 year. There is no economy in a gun this poorly made. It's terrible. The seal for the Co2 is particularly poor. I lost 4 out of 5 co2 cartridges when it emptied them before I fired a single shot. The grip cover doesn't even clip into place and falls off on it's own... It seemed too good to be true and it was.

What others should know: Take half the money and throw it in the street instead. You will achieve the same result for half the price. Don't risk this one for someone birthday. They are likely to be disappointed. It seems like a cheap and powerful option but it is the worst product I have seen in years. I expect this quality from 1984 Moscow maybe but not in present day America.

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  • kyle from Australia asked:

    Does this come with bb pellets

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  • andre from USA asked:

    is this made of all metal? what does blow back mean?which is better blowback or repeater?

    • Tyler from USA:

      No, the C11 is mostly plastic. Blow back refers to the slide moving backward when the shot is fired to simulate the recoil of a real firearm. A repeater generally just refers to a gun that is magazine fed.

  • Cisko from USA asked:

    I want to get the Crossman C11, the remanufactured one, but it sais gun only. Does that mean that it doesnt come with the clip?

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      It would come with 1 mag.

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Item Description

CRC11 [PY-1085-1993]
20rd BB repeater that's realistic and just plain fun to shoot!
Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity480 fps

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