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|Max Velocity||495 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
Things I liked: Looks, accuracy,shots per Co2 cart and power,and price. Not to mention the fun factor great plinker.Also like that that it uses the same magazine as my C31,C11 and my Aftermath Mayhem
Things I would have changed: Not a thing this is just a fun gun to have.
What others should know: Keep lots of BBs and Co2 carts in stock.
Things I liked: Nice weight and overall feel. Shoots quickly with no problems, fires hard with no jams when using a good quality BB's. Fairly accurate within a 20 to 25 foot range. 140+ shots on a warmer day per co2 cartridge. Well made for the price. Good optic sights.
Things I would have changed: Sliding handle could be designed stronger but functions well with no problems. The magazine release could be re-located somewhere besides the bottom of the trigger guard. All in all a well made Crosman air gun.
What others should know: Front will fit a nice sized UTG red laser on bottom rail that works great and looks nice. Extra magazines are inexpensive and will fit a couple of Crosman pistols.Just nice to have spares. A case keeps everything clean and organized together in one area-just some great choices from Pyramyd Air.
Things I liked: Nice looking Crosman product,great Pyramyd Air price,and really fun to shoot. Seems well made for the price. The mix of metal on the top and high impact plastic weights the pistol nicely. Feels good for longer periods of shooting. I've taken it out a couple of times to shoot and have had good accuracy groupings at 20 ot 30 feet and a fair amount of shots per co2 cartridge. Seems to shoot strong with no jams and few 'flyers' in colder weather. Fiber optic sights are great for the newer shooter and have had no problems over-all. The sliding grip to replace the co2 cartridge on my gun is fine,not loose and functions fine.
Things I would have changed: Maybe a little more room to get your fingers into to tighten the co2 cartridge. And maybe move the magazine release - it's on the bottom of the trigger guard - to a different area. Have'nt had any issues with it, just needs to get used to.
What others should know: I read alot of reviews before buying an airgun and some times you need to just go with what you like. For the price range so many of the Crosman products are a great buy, function as they should and all in all are fun to shoot. All you need to do is take care of your guns with some good cleaning products , pell gun oil , cases and then hook them up with some accessories from Pyramyd Air and your good to go. Pyramyd Air has terrific customer service, great order tracking and fast service. Their prices are as great compared to all the other companies and their web site is the best. Thanks.
Does this crosman c21 actually shoot as hard as crosman states in the "real world"? Has anyone tested with a chrony?
|Max Velocity||495 fps|