1-year limited warranty
List Price $110.00
Only 3 left in stock
Earn 110 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||18 ft/lbs|
|Cocking Effort||30 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Well constructed and good looking rifle. Good weight.
Things I would have changed: Center Point Scope did not last long due to heavy recoil. Good scope for it is a Hawke 4x32 AO Sport HD. You must modify the trigger to make it better. In you tube are videos on how to modify trigger. It works.
What others should know: Accurate at 20 to 25 yards. Not good for long distance shooting. From 15 yrds. to 21 yards. aim dead on when zeroed at 20 yrds. At 25 yrds. 1/8" High. 30Yrds. 1/2" High. At 35yrds. 1" High. I do not recommend shooting pray beyond 105ft. Shot 10 bulls eye at 20 yrds.
Things I liked: The looks, even the name is neat. Where do the makers come up with names? The bluing is dark and even. Color and polish of wood is nice. Looks sharp but most contact edges are beveled. It pulls to the shoulder well and feels responsive to movement, good for a moving field target. The stock has narrow dimensions, especially in the forearm, nice for smaller hands and also feels good for shooters who like to make finger adjustments, it also makes the rifle feel lively. I like how the front of the forearm stock tapers off. I thought the sharp toe of the stock would get caught on clothing at the shoulder on the pull, but it doesn't. The gun feels good. Cocking resistance for a high power air rifle is not bad and feels nice as spring is depressed. The barrel closes with a smooth click, every small detail ads to aesthetic pleasure. Firing has a crisp sound, medium loud, the spring cycles clean excessive rattling or other creative noises. For a powerful air gun firing cycle is smooth. The square rear sight steadily lines up with the front sight. The trigger is a simple design with predictable let off, though it should be made smoother. Simple, well thought out design, enjoyable to shoot, the gun I pull out most often. The quirks have been worked out. I like how Crosman has easily interchanged aftermarket and replacement parts and the price is right. Easy to work on. Reliable. One of my favorite plinking rifles with lively handling and easy to acquire accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Make comb of stock a little shorter. Less plastic. Simple iron sights, no fiber optics, though they do help for quick sight acquirement is poor lighting. Smoother trigger. Shorten distance from pistol portion of grip to trigger, but keep the same design.
What others should know: Ah put some fine adjustable iron target sights on and keep the same price..
Things I liked: This rifle is well made and you can feel the weight behind it in quality. I love the hardwood stock, the sights, and the adjustable trigger. I am a Vietnam vet and an old WWI and WWII battle rifle collector and I know quality when I see it. This rifle hits hard and is very accurate. You may have to adjust your sights but after you do this baby will hit bulls eyes all day long. If a youngster is shooting it you may have to have your dad around to cock it. It's not for weak muscles. I love the safety by the trigger. This baby shouldn't have any problem at all bringing down small game.
Things I would have changed: NOTHING!!
What others should know: BE SAFE AND KEEP YOUR WEAPON ON SAFETY IF IT'S LOADED UNTIL YOU GET READY TO SHOOT. KEEP THE BARREL POINTED UP OR POINTED DOWN TO THE GROUND WHILE WALKING WITH A FRIEND POINTING AWAY FROM HIM. MAKE SURE OF YOUR TARGET BEFORE PULLING THE TRIGGER. NEVER SHOOT AT DOMESTIC ANIMALS LIKE HORSES, CATS, DOGS, ETC.. TO UNLOAD AN AIRGUN SHOOT THE PELLET INTO THE GROUND.
is this gun have a plastic triger
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||18 ft/lbs|$89.99$79.99