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Average Customer Review4.5 (51 reviews)
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Things I liked:Accurate with pellets, holds up very well to a lot of use. A joy to shoot indoors and out. This is a classic that will never go out of date.Best value for dollar available.
Things I would have changed:Feels light. I filled stock with silicon caulk.
What others should know:I would suggest that anyone who would like a solider feel fill stock with silicon caulk. It increases weight and makes gun feel more stable shooting offhand.
Things I liked:Everything! It's hefty, weight-wise. It's super easy to pump (every pump is as easy as the previous one, even up to the full 10!). It has an easy trigger (light and smooth pull). It fires pellets with a snap, not a pop. This gun is awesome!
Things I would have changed:Swap the plastic parts for wood and metal.
What others should know:If you've only used a BB gun (Daisy Red Ryder or similar) before, be prepared to be shocked and amazed by the difference! This gun gives you "a feel for the real deal"! A real upgrade, in my book! And mine was bought as a remanufactured unit, purchased for $20 @ CAL Ranch. Awesome deal!
Things I liked:Especially for the money this is actually a really good gun. Light. No recoil. Accurate. I use crosman 10.5s and im shooting cans at 50yds. Even though its all plastic its a pretty sturdy gun. I really like it. My go to plinker and midrange squirrel gun. Itll pierce 1 side of a paint can out to 45yds. Not to loud. Very backyard friendly. My 2289 is louder. I have a 3-9x32 Center point on mine.
Things I would have changed:Better barrel. Pellets only. Barrel isnt bad but it has very slight groovings and a light twist rate.
What others should know:I would only use 10 pumps. 5 isnt as accurate for some reason. Most scopes will be a bit of a pain to mount with the way the reciver is set. Heavier rounds are best.