|Max Velocity||325 fps|
|Cocking Effort||24 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
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Things I liked: -Overall solid gun -metal lever -looks great -good punch
Things I would have changed: -Needs a longerstock, or an optional butt pad for and adult shooter -Needs a bigger area around the trigger (very hard for me to get my finger in there) -hard to cock for a youth gun -could use a better finish on the metal parts
What others should know: While the lever is metal it has a weird tab on the back I've managed to pinch myself with more than once. Too hard to cock for youth, though excellent sized.
Things I liked: There is no doubt about it. This BB gun has a bit more power than the Daisy RR. At 15 feet the RR would only put a good dent in a soup can. The Sheridan Cowboy not only put a dent in the can but also added a deeper dent and a split to it. Wood and metal +++ Accuracy is very good.
Things I would have changed: The finish of the gun is a flat black. I would change that to a more realistic looking blued finish ???. The butt stock should be 1'' longer.
What others should know: This BB gun is no longer Marlin or Crosman supported. The BB gun I received from PA is the Sheridan Cowboy. The gun has no longer the ratcheting cocking lever. Why??? Law suite??.
Things I liked: Nice rifle for a youngster and fun too shoot.
Things I would have changed: Quality control.
What others should know: The finish on this gun is flat black not as glossy like in the picture's. all work's fine except the lever is not ratcheted as advertised, at least the one I got isn't. You have to cock it all the way or it spring's back.
Does anyone know what a decidel reading is for the Sheridan cowboy?
This gun is quiet enough for shooting in an apartment
Can I shoot Gamo .177 cal lead round ball instead of steel BB's?
it would probably be too large for it. Remember BBs are less than 4.5mm in diameter
Since nobody answered my question I went ahead and tried Gamo lead round ball in my Sheridan Cowboy. I treated the gun like a single shot and found the balls shot well but some did jam in the barrel but I used a wood Dowling and rammed the ball back into the breach and fired again...the round balls are 1/2 gram or 8.2 grain and seemed to fit the barrel tighter than steel BB's because I don't think the velocity was much lower than withsteel BB's and the lead balls caused a bit more damage to the pop cans I was shooting at :) be sure to have 1/8" wood Dowling rod to clear an occasional jam, and try lead round ball in your Sheridan cowboy for a change from steel BB's.
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|Max Velocity||325 fps|$16.99$14.99