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Average Customer Review4.5 (20 reviews)
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Things I liked:Nice wooden stock, price, open sights, powerful, easy to load, trigger didn't bother me.
Things I would have changed:More quality control testing. Crosman should recommend a heavier pellet like JSB 15.89's.
What others should know:I wouldn't use Crosman or Benjamin 14.3's in this rifle. They are just too light for a rifle with this much power. A pellet around 16 grain would work better. Mine shot way to the right with CP's even after adjusting windage all the way left to compensate. All the squirrels were laughing at me. I'm going to spend more money next time. You get what you pay for. Lesson learned
Things I liked:Just what I was looking for. Nice balance -- feels like my .22 rimfire -- even down to the recoil. Five shots to adjust the sights and then 5 in the 1" bull at about 35'. I didn't try a scope on it yet -- I like the open sights and will probably continue to use them. Trigger pull was good. I may adjust it a little more later on. I really like this gun. It will be my plinker and small game gun from now on.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
Things I liked:Really solid feel and smooth operation. Fit and finish is surprisingly good at this price level. The nitro piston is a big upgrade over springers, yet this gun costs less than virtually all the spring-powered rifles. Easy to cock, but plenty powerful; very little jump/spring recoil. Tremendous value! Open sights are very good and easy to dial in, accuracy is great, and velocities are incredibly consistent over the chronograph. I got 735 fps with cheap 14.7 grain pellets (Daisy pointed .22s) with essentially no variation (less than 3 fps SD), and that was before any break-in! Very effective against even the largest squirrels (and we have some really big ones.)
Things I would have changed:As many have noted, the trigger could use improvement, though it's really not bad at all for hunting; try a longer screw to lighten it up. It would also be nice to have steel rather than plastic sights, but they do seem pretty sturdy, and the fiber optics light up nicely.
What others should know:This is the best value in a backyard squirrel rifle that I can possibly imagine.
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