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Average Customer Review4 (16 reviews)
Things I liked:Overall finish and looks.
Things I would have changed:Never would of purchased it if i knew what i know now. I had (2) Marlin Cowboys new in the box and both were all over a paper target at 15 to 20 feet. Shot about 100 rounds in each gun and used bb's made by Crosman as per stated in the manual.Accuracy poor. I have other bb rifles that are very accurate right out of the box and in the same price range., fun to shoot.
What others should know:Nice looking gun but not much fun to shoot. Save your money.
Things I liked:Construction is cool and is wonderful for youth to handle. Pretty good power and accuracy plus good wood stock makes it more than worth its price, for sure! Easy to operate is another added advantage.
Things I would have changed:The lever does not settle down in its groove that well. Seems to be a case of mis-alignment.... The rear sight adjustment itself impedes view of foresight. I mean, this is a classic case of basic mistake. The trigger is pretty hard for young ones to really get the hang of it. And the level hole itself could be a wee bit more for that extra comfort.
What others should know:Its small but packs a mean punch. Dont be fooled by its size and use adequate caution. The metal is good but does not seem to be well treated. Use a good anti-rust wipe after every use.
Things I liked:This airgun has real WOOD stocks, anti-kickback mechanism, and decent sights. It has a 'look' similar to the Marlin 30-30 I had when I was younger. A very nice first 'gun' for a child, with adult supervision of course. I'm considering making a 'mantel' display with Marlin and the Red Ryder - depends upon She Who Must Be Obeyed.
Things I would have changed:It would be nice if Crosman offered, at least as an after-market option, an adult-LOP sized stock. Many of us adults enjoy BB & pellet guns, and I would really like to try this one out, but the buttstock is, size for a child, and a small one at that, with a very short length of pull (LOP), approx. 12". I'm considering pulling it off, temporarily, using it to make a pattern for a new one, for shooting. Should be easy, as there are no real 'nasty' curves, using hardwood ¾" thick by 5 - 5½" wide and as long as my LOP. Should be hoot