1-year limited warranty
List Price $145.00, Orig.Price $124.95 Save $15.00 (12%)
Earn 110 Bullseye Bucks
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Crosman's Optimus air rifle delivers authoritative knockdown power. This version comes with a CenterPoint 4x32 scope + mount. Take common garden pests such as rats, mice & rabbits. The scope will help you home in on your prey and increase accuracy. If you want to take slightly larger pests (possums, woodchucks, raccoons, etc.), select .22 caliber.
If you prefer to plink, this gun is up to it. Shoot at spinners and paper targets all day long. It's also great for killing soda cans!
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|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: The price is Under $100 and you will receive a wood stock. 1200 FPS, is the best in this price range
Things I would have changed: Nothing, at this price, you can not expect the quality of a $800 rifle
What others should know: This is smoking great for both targets and Small Game! Fathers, a fantastic gun to teach your children, gun safety on
Things I liked: Great price. Very light rifle. Very powerful rifle. Scope is not too bad considering how little it cost. Hits metal silhouette target at 82 yards every time.
Things I would have changed: The trigger is terrible. The cocking effort on mine sample is very high. Rifle is not as accurate at 40 yards as I would like.
What others should know: I got this rifle for my son for well under $100.00. I will do the trigger bearing mod and hopefully the trigger will improve greatly. My personal rifle is an Air Arms TX200 Mark III so comparing the 2 is actually ridiculous. In summary, if the trigger wasn't so bad this rifle would be the steal of the century!!
Things I liked: Overall it's a nice rifle for the money. Accuracy still not up to snuff after around 500 rounds. Trying different pellets and some shoot better than other but haven't found the right one yet. It does seem to favor the 21 grain Kodiaks. We'll see.
Things I would have changed: Better scope and soon. The one it came with is kind of dim for these old eyes. Maybe a little more second stage adjustment as it has quite a bit of travel.
What others should know: The open sights are great. Given a little time and patience I am pretty sure the accuracy will come around.
Can you leave this rifle cooked?
Being a springer i wouldn't leave it cocked even it was on safety .
Theres not much parts for it
What spring can i put to my optimus .22
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|