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|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade and Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
Things I liked: Wood and steel, I love this gun.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: Put it under a good scope and drive nails!
Things I liked: It is pretty accurate with the right pellets.
Things I would have changed: Quality. Badged under the Sheridan name, and adding 60 bucks to the cost over the crosman 2260, I would have thought this gun would have been made better. Tock had some bumps that when rubbed with my finger nail, completely took the finish off to bare wood. Beeman Crow Magnum pellets were hitting the target sideways at 15 yards. All other pellets tested shot well, with the no lead HN Barracuda Green pellets shooting pretty much through the same hole, and hitting 620 fps on my Chronograph. They are 12.35 grns. The Crow Magnums were hitting between 490 and 520 on the Chronograph. I may make power valve mods and see if the faster velocity will help the barrels rifling stabilize these pellets better.
What others should know: I was super excited to get this gun. Before I even shot it for the first time, the excitement quickly disappeared. The gun showed up with the barrel being turned so much, I would say looking straight down the barrel they were at the 11 o'clock position. I thought "how could this be" knowing that they probably produce these in a factory under pretty consistent manufacturing processes. Well, I pulled it apart, and it turns out the small fitting between the valve and the chamber was jammed in so that it wasn't even seated properly. good thing I didn't try shooting it right away. So after seating it properly and putting it all back together, the screw head in the chamber stripped out (it uses a very tiny allen screw). So if I need to pull this thing apart again It's going to be hell. Now that I got it all back together, I mounted a Redfield scope to it and took it out for accuracy testing and to test the velocity. It's pretty accurate. But heavier Beeman Crow Magnum pellets were keyholing.
Things I liked: Well finished wood and metal. Well packaged in double boxing by Crosman in plain brown cardboard boxes and held in place with foam blocks. Unfortunately my example cannot be sighted in with either the open sights or a scope of known quality (ran out of adjustment). Awaiting RMA.
Things I would have changed: Rear sight is not adjustable for windage - a serious problem with the example received.
What others should know: I would expect most should not have a problem.
Has anyone converted this rifle to HPA? If so, what was the process and parts needed?
Can anyone recommend an adjustable windage and elevation peep sight for this gun? That will zero with the existing front sight.
Is there a FO front sight that will fit this gun?
|Max Velocity||600 fps|