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    Sheridan 2260MB CO2 Rifle

    Sheridan 2260MB CO2 Rifle

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    SKU PY-3409-6561


    List Price $239.95 Save $39.96 (16%)

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    • Sheridan 2260MB rifle
    • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
    • Single-shot
    • Bolt-action
    • Special metal breech (MB)
    • Ambidextrous hardwood stock
    • Fixed front sight
    • Elevation-adjustable rear sight
    • 11mm optics dovetail
    • Manual safety

    The Sheridan brand has always been produced in .20-caliber, so this .22-caliber version will surely become a collectible! Made in limited quantities, the Sheridan 2260MB has a metal breech.

    Using an 18.2-grain lead pellet, our tech department achieved 515 f.p.s. After settling down, our test gun consistently shot 500 f.p.s. with this heavier ammo and had a standard deviation of only 5 f.p.s. Very few guns have such a low standard deviation, and that low rate is almost unheard of in CO2 guns. The manufacturer states the max velocity is 600 f.p.s., which would require a lighter pellet.

    This wood-stocked CO2 pellet rifle will deliver hours of entertainment for the whole family. It's easy to cock and accurate. The ambidextrous stock is easy to shoulder, and the light weight means it'll be easy to shoot for longer periods.

    If you'd like to teach someone to shoot, this would make a good training tool. Generally speaking, using a single-shot air rifle with open sights is the best way to teach someone how to properly and safely handle guns.

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    4.0 (6 reviews)
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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By lisa from USA on 2014-10-04
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    Things I liked:22 caliber. All wood stock.
    Things I would have changed:Scale of the rifle. I think it's small.
    What others should know:I like the number of choices in 22 caliber.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Everett from USA on 2014-05-12
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    Things I liked:Accuracy, good trigger. Out of the box I put five CPHP in a half inch group at ten yards. It will probably do better when it is broken in with it's preferred pellet.The trigger can be tuned with little effort and be even better.
    Things I would have changed:The rear sight -- it is not fully adjustable. There is a version of the 2260 with the plastic breech and an adjustable rear sight which is reasonable for this rifle.
    What others should know:This is a nice lightweight plinker which is easy to shoot. The price is high compared to other air guns that are in the same category.

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By James from USA on 2014-05-07
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    5.01 rating
    Things I liked: Like many others I learned to shoot with a Sheridan rifle. I saw the limited edition rifle and bought it on sale. According to the manual it is offered in .177 and .22 so I don't know how limited an edition it is but... I own a dozen or more air rifles (from $$ to $$$) and since I bought this one I seem to be shooting it more and more. Like yesterday the wind was blowing 20 to 30 here, too much for accuracy testing so I grabbed the Sheridan and started plinking away. I was shooting boxed Crossman's then I started running out so (yes all 600 rounds in a month) I happened to grab the Barracuda match pellets and it shot pretty good, I think it likes those pellets and the spinners do too. It's accurate enough ( I was getting good groups at 20 yards even with the wind, I will play around with it on a calm day to see just how accurate soon) I would rate the trigger as good, its overall a nice rifle for the money.
    Things I would have changed: The sights that come on the rifle leave a lot to be desired. You have to buy it with changing them in mind. Also the rear sight sits up pretty high so you will need high scope mounts or you can pop off the rear sights (yes it will leave scratch marks on the barrel) Its also on the medium to loud noise scale.
    What others should know: I need to hire someone to sit and count the shots per cartridge, I always forget when I start having fun. but it gets a decent amount and you will know right away when it needs to be changed as it drops off a lot. I read the reviews before I buy and I would give this rifle a good one. It's a great plinker,(and as long as you buy it with that in mind I think you will be happy) it is .22 so you can shoot heavy pellets on those windy days, it's light weight all metal and wood and reasonably priced. (buy the big box of co2 and a lot of pellets and have a great time!)
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    • SG1 (NRA Life 1982) from USA asked:

      Whats the difference between this one and Crosmans $125. model ??? Can the one here on Pyramid also be custom engraved on the stock?

      • Luis from USA:

        I own both and The Sheridan has a steel breech. Crosman's 125$ version has a plastic breech and barrel spacer support.

      • Duell from USA:

        I noticed this has a metal breech and the other does not.

    • dereck from USA asked:

      how many shot do u get out of a co2

      • Jerry from USA:

        You're probably looking at around 30-50 shots

    Item DescriptionCaliberMax VelocityItemCodeStockGripColor
    Limited edition .22-cal. Sheridan rifle with metal breech

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    0.22" (5.5mm)600 fpsCR-2260MB [PY-3409-6561]HardwoodAmbiBrown


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