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|Max Velocity||480 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
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Things I liked: Saw this gun. Saw the less than $100 price for the "kit". Had to have it to try it! Wow, was I way pleasantly surprised! With 13 pumps it chronographs at 525 fps and is one hole accurate! Saw a squirrel chewing my bird feeder in the back yard. Dead squirrel! One shot with iron sights and did not even use the shoulder stock! Four more bird feeder chewers bit the dust in the next two days with one shot each! WOW, this is one heck of a deal! Deadly accurate and powerful enough to put pellets right through squirrel heads! Great "Bug out kit"!
Things I would have changed: Not one thing! This is absolutely a great deal! In emergency situations it would kill small game all day long with ease! Perfect for what it is meant for. Small, compact, self contained and very accurate!
What others should know: Perfect for a backpack gun for hiking where you want to put some meat in the pot. Perfect for a "bug out" gun, though you need a better backpack for that! This one is ok for short day trips, but not long term survival. Not suitable for target work. You will wear your self out pumping it! Unless you want the exercise, that is! Over all, though, JUST BUY IT!! Glad I did!
Things I liked: This really bites they are out of this item and so is "Wally" which leads me to believe it's gone forever so sad and stinks to me! The great part of all this is I have one and modified it to the point that only the main tube exists unchanged with this item's name carved in. Oh, I left the valve hammer stock just de-burred cleaned and polished it. Also stock is thicker pump arm. Besides those items the rest is aftermarket stuff. The 1322 is seeming the next choice if wanting the over compensate the thing with highly function upgrades.
Things I would have changed: The rear sight was beyond crazy to get right never did actually made me switch to something else. There is too much play in the un-screwed stock, meaning the spring holder is not making it solid. Dream list puts an actual steel breech on this rather fine item. Not only is it potentially longer its stronger and it's more aligned.
What others should know: Even with heavier hammer spring and lighter trigger and flow-thru longer bolt the final mods with FT valve/piston added 30% more power and I was already getting 8 lbs energy shots before the FT valve/piston now its 30% above that so nice and sweet.
Things I liked: Very accurate with a cheap dot sight installed on a steel breech. Variable power and relatively low report makes it perfect for shooting indoors.
Things I would have changed: Plastic breech and wiggling stock. With the plastic breech the barrel moves up and down quite a bit. This can be fixed somewhat by tightening the barrel band screw, but a much better solution is installing a steel breech. The stock wiggles a lot due to the pin not holding it tight enough. Crosman should include the stock with the holes in the grips for the screws. The metal grip has the threaded posts for the screws, so there is no reason to include the stock without the holes.
What others should know: Excellent value for the money. Put on a steel breech and a scope of your choice and you'll have lots of plinking fun. Make sure to put a drop or two of pellgun oil right behind the pump piston cap. Out of the box pumping can be quite stiff. Once lubricated properly, pumping is very easy.
How hard is it to install the steel breach?
Its a matter of removing one and installing the other.
hi, What model number is the corsman doomday bug out gun
Is this gun modified for the Canadian market? If so what is the velocity of the Canadian version.
Well a max of around 490 with 14.3 grain pellets STOCK any ways
No, it is not. Max feet per second is 480, which matches the Canadian law of under 500. PA ships this to Canada too.
|Max Velocity||480 fps|