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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Cocking Effort||26.9 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.75 lbs|
Things I liked: it works its cheap and great for pest control and or target practice.
Things I would have changed: for the price I cant complain, so nothing.
What others should know: sight quality isnt the best in terms of material but usable.
Things I liked: Power is good as I bought this from a pawn shop I don't think it was broke in yet Have put over 500 rounds through it and the accuracy is great and power at 75' will go through both sides of a tin can and still bury it self in the tree. That is with a 9.6 grain Rocket
Things I would have changed: The trigger is well lets say rough and could be improved by a couple of simple fixes. More weight in the stock will help also.
What others should know: I replaced the adjustment screw in the trigger with the one from my trail pistol. It's about 1/8 of an inch longer and I round of the point of the screw an add a dab of molly. Also added a 5X8X2.5mm bearing in the trigger assembly this raise the sear about half way and also left out the spring this smoothed out the trigger and reduced the pull length. With a little work this has become a great rifle. One more thing I added some weight to the stock that also helped with accuracy. I used a bunch of old nuts and bolts I had. Just put them in a zip lock baggie and stuffed them in the different holes inside the stock. Hope this is of use to someone.
Things I liked: Despite far too numerous faults the rifle was fairly accurate
Things I would have changed: A wood stock instead of synthetic.
What others should know: I was very disappointed in the Phantom, The machining was very rough, bordering on crude and the Phantom was not up to the quality I expect from Crosman air rifles. The barrel was visibly displaced to the right to such a degree that the rear sight windage knob rubbed against the barrel channel when cocking the rifle and with full left windage the point of impact was still 2.5" to the right at ten meters. I was able to return the Phantom to PA without a problem and purchased an Air Ventur[ Bronco.
Has this model been discontinued or is it just out of stock as of 12/19/14 ?
Where is the rifle made?
The box says "Made in the USA with some foreign components."
can a scope be mounted on this rifle?
Yes, of course!
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|