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|Max Velocity||755 fps|
|Cocking Effort||1-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Trigger Pull||5.25 lbs|
Things I liked: Nice ergonomics,and weight. nice power!!! excelent open sights.
Things I would have changed: Need improve the chrome barrel finish, use a 0000 steel wool to revive the brush chrome then use a lightPell Gun oil to revive the rifle to it new condition.
What others should know: Great for plinking and small game hunting. Get one it looks like its going to be discontinued.
Things I liked: Accuracy (now...)
Things I would have changed: Make the bolt more friendly to use - it's pretty stiff. I replaced the included scope with a Leapers. Don't bother with BBs. They don't feed well for me and are terribly inaccurate.
What others should know: When I first bought this rifle about a year ago my expectations were so low I never bothered putting pellets through it (only use BBs). And yeah, it stayed in the closet a lot... After putting a tin and a half of pellets through it (basic crosman and now diablo) my opinion is MUCH higher. I have moved out to a 50 yard distance (10 pumps) and shot a 3-inch group last night. I'm a novice shooter and for the price I spent I could not be happier.
Things I liked: Nice heft to this rifle. Pumping is not hard at all. Doesn't need more than 5-7 pumps for general target practice, so a person won't wear themselves out too fast from multiple shots taken. Accurate! Wish the front sight was true iron and not the fiber optic. It's too big for what it's trying to do.
Things I would have changed: The silver barrel shroud (surrounding the true inner rifled barrel) is not attached to the inner barrel. That makes it so the rear sight can move around. This is NOT a defect. It is a flaw in the guns original design. Another design flaw is the fiber optic front sight. Sighting in on a target down field is like centering a tea saucer on to a dinner plate. I learned how to shoot on open sights, as I feel everyone should. But that was years ago, and fiber optic is now the norm for it. If you're going to shoot further than 15yrds, then you'll pobably wanna scope the gun.
What others should know: The silver shroud needs to be anchored or you'll never be able to target anything using open sights. What i did to correct this is loosen the screws on the receiver and shimmied some metal tape on to the shroud itself. The tape acts as a shim, making it so the silver shroud has zero movement/play whatsoever. Rock solid, and the aluminum tape is as sticky as duct tape, but without the cloth/fiber part. Also, if you buy a remanufactured model (as did I), be sure to oil the gun right away with Pellgunoil. I don't know how long this gun sat around before I bought it, but the pump arm had no resistance the 1st time I tried to pump it. Oiling it, giving it an hour to sit, and then trying it again fixed it up right away. Great price for an excellent gun. Recommend!
I got one of theses gun but i dont know the model it has a long number on it ???? Do u all have rebuild kits for theses? and any mods??
You would need to contact Crosman
|Max Velocity||755 fps|