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Crosman C41 CO2 BB Pistol

Crosman C41 CO2 BB Pistol

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SKU PY-1792-3655

$69.95

List Price $90.00

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  • Description
  • Specifications
  • Customer reviews
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  • Crosman C41 pistol
  • CO2-powered
  • 18-shot spring-fed BB mag
  • Semi-auto
  • Ambidextrous, textured grips with finger grooves
  • Fixed sights
  • Looks & feels like a firearm, with similar heft
  • Uses 12-gram CO2 Powerlets


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0.177" (4.5mm)
495 fps
3-Medium
6.75"
18
Smoothbore
Blade
Fixed
No
Plinking/Fun
Semiautomatic
CO2
Repeater
Pistol
2.0 lbs
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Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

Accuracy:4.0 4.0

  By Harvey from USA on 2015-05-20
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Things I liked:This is a great pistol for the money. Well made with lots of metal. Simple to operate due to the lack of blowback. CO2 consumption very low. Over 100 shots per cylinder. It even comes in a cardboard box, rather then the @#$%^ blister pack.
Things I would have changed:Things I would change I did change. Super glues that useless movable slide down. Removed grips, put them in a vise, applied pressure and left it overnight. Viaola , tight fitting grips.Painted the sights with yellow fingernail polish and now my old eyes can see them.
What others should know:Sometimes I lose all the BBs with the magazine. I guess I still don't have that figured out yet. The pistol makes you learn how to shoot a doouble action trigger. At firs my shots were wild but ater several hundred rounds learning how to control the trigger better. This will be my beater gun that is just fun and inexpensive to shoot.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

Accuracy:5.0 5.0

  By Keith from USA on 2015-04-24
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Things I liked:Accuracy is surprisingly good. DA trigger like butter - very smooth with clean and predictable break. Weight and feel of gun is excellent. Although sights are very open and not precise for target work, they work very well for quick acquisition and plinking. Gas economy is very good too! The BBs fly very straight out of this gun, more like pellets. Before I tried this gun I always thought BBs bend too much to shoot beyond 20-30 ft, but this gun proved me wrong.
Things I would have changed:I do not understand the point of the moving slide. It introduces a small error in the rear sight and rattles. You cannot see anything inside the gun when it is retracted. Maybe this makes manufacturing simpler. In any case, I remember what Tom Gaylord said about accuracy forgiving all sins, and for me, this gun has been saved. The loose grips are not a real problem for me, but seems like Crosman could do a little better here. I am a south paw so the upper indention on the left side of the grip is undesireable, but fine for me. The trigger is light enough for me to hold my trigger finger away from it and still have enough leverage to pull the trigger - which may not be the case for everyone. I tried shooting right hand and could not even it reach the upper indention with my thumb - with average sized hands, so why is it here. Since the indentions are also on the similar Umarex Walther airgun maybe this has something to do with promoting realism.
What others should know:I was shooting spent CO2 cartridges in a sand bank at 45 feet and hitting them 3-4 out of 5 shots. I cannot do that with my Umarex Colt 1911A1 pellet (the expensive one), and just barely can do it with my Crosman 2300S or Beeman P1. The suprising part is that it is easier to hit them with this gun. The first time I tried it was just to see what would happen, and I hit the cartidge dead center with the first shot. Surely a fluke, til I hit the second and third one on the first shot also. I still do not know what to think of this gun after about 500-600 shots - only 3 cylinders by the way. I can shoot .25" groups with my Crosman and Beeman pistols at 20' and only 1-1.5" groups with this gun. When I am plinking out to 45-50', this gun is in some ways a little more effective - and it is shooting BBs, not pellets. Wow!

Overall rating:4.0 4.0

Value for money:4.0 4.0

Accuracy:4.0 4.0

  By craig from USA on 2015-03-14
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Things I liked:This gun feels real it has great weight and size. The wood grain grip is cool looking. Has nice power.
Things I would have changed:Just the front sight, make it stand out more.
What others should know:I myself have to practice more as I can't seem to hit the broad side of a barn with it yet. Ha, but I figure that is just me. My C11 is the best yet.
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  • tom meyers from USA asked:

    is this a left or right hand grip?

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      Right.

  • TEMUR from USA asked:

    this remanufactured gun will be in original box?

    • Joseph from USA:

      My remanufactured C41 came in a standard brown shipping box.

  • Robert G from USA asked:

    barrel length

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      About 4 1/2 inches.

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Crosman C41 CO2 pistol, 18-shot repeater

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0.177" (4.5mm)495 fpsCR-C41 [PY-1792-3655]

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