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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: style, power, and the fact that it is 70 stinking bucks!! i have owned this rifle for a year and a half, so i know this gun very well. i have killed hundreds of chipmunks, a few squirrel and a bird or two. very acurate! hit a tin soda can at 25 yards my friend has the gamo big cat and i can destroy him in a shooting competition!
Things I would have changed: i myself would have changed the weight, a little to heavy for my liking (but you may like a heavy gun) also a better scope it lasted a year, so it has some quality. the last thing is probably the sound. it is a fairly loud gun and i would not recommend using it right next to the house next door. other than that it is a good gun
What others should know: this is a great beginners gun just change the scope and its a great gun! also it handles great with crossman pointed tip pellets.
Things I liked: Gun is light enough for me to use without being too light. Very powerful. Requires a consistent "artillery hold" to shoot accurately. Power is on the top end for a springer. I get 965 fps with 8 gr lead wadcutters, and 1250 fps with 4 gr pointed crosman alloy pellets for 10 shot groups average. The box advertises 1000 and 1300 and it exceeded that till it quit dieseling. Now it has settled down to above.
Things I would have changed: Sell it without that cheap scope and drop the price, or give option for a better scope. Also the mounts won't hold the scope on the rails. It slides. I used adjustable mounts to be able to optically center the scope and still get it close before using any of the scope adjustment. I advise you do not use a scope ring with a "stop" which goes in the hole on the receiver. My bet is that it will tear out the hole within 500 to 1000 shots. Could be wrong, but why risk it? I used a Beeman scope stop to keep it from sliding. Works great so far. I feel this gun should be shipped with a better scope, adjustable mounts, and a good scope stop. I would pay more, as I did use all these that I bought any way! Also, why not make this available with no scope, but iron sights for those like to use them?
What others should know: You should use a different scope and adjustable mounts to scope this baby. Recoil is very heavy, so I had to also use a Beeman scope stop on it to keep the scope from sliding on the rails. The trigger is heavy, long, and creepy. For this gun I have developed a "four stage pull" I pull 3X in increments to get the gun real close to let off, then do the final squeeze. Only took about 10 tries to perfect this pull. CDT does have a GRT III trigger for this gun, and that should probably correct the trigger. But that is another $40 spent. All told, to properly set this gun up and use it most effectively, you need to spend about another $150 - $200 for a good scope, adjustable mounts, and a CDT GRT III trigger. In the final analysis, I will probably return this gun as it gives me about the same power as my Titan GP, but the Titan fires much smoother, and is a gas piston, and has the GRT III trigger. It is also .22 and much easier to shoot one hole groups! Sole advantage of fury is speed.
Things I liked: Overall a fine rifle. About the most powerful gun for under $100. No problems with the scope so far. I did have to shim it for barrel droop. Lots of fun at 2000+ shots.
Things I would have changed: Include iron sights.
What others should know: This rifle does have a removable butt pad for storage.
Could it fire the .177 steel BBs?
you probably could, but it will be difficult to do (BBs are slightly smaller in diameter than lead pellets, and will just roll through the barrel). Besides, why would you want to damage rifling of the barrel?
can you mount open sights on it ?
They won't simply bolt on, but yes you can. You could either drill/tap holes for the rear sight, or just epoxy it on. The front can be screwed or glued on too, but I would just make the sight from a simple post threaded into the plastic. Should cost ~$6 delivered. You can also buy a barrel from a gun that does have sights and just install that barrel. The barrel with sights should be ~$16, plus another 10 or so for all the little parts that go with it, and $4 delivery. All from Crosman direct. chevota at hotmail if you have Q's
No, sights cannot be mounted on it
will they give you other options other than scope shown ?
No, the only option is shown
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|