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Crosman R1 Full. CFAR1X. Customer Reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

Accuracy:4.0

By DON from USA on 2019-10-24 15:17:37

Things I liked: Nice compact frame. Good weight and "feel" overall. The metal in the magazine and bolt/blowback give it just the right amount of weight. The plastic is beefy, seems like it will take some abuse without cracking or breaking. It is a cheap red dot, but it does the job. After sighting it in, we were getting one inch groups at ten yards using Umarex Precision Steel BBs 5.1 grains. In semi, of course. That is not far, but we will see how it does after several hundred rounds go down the barrel. And they will. In full auto this thing rocks! I like it better than my friend's DPMS. So does my wife. She is wanting to get one in all black. This breaks down just like the real steel. Pull the pin by the charging handle, and pivot to get access to the charging and bolt assemblies. Easy access to the breach end of the barrel to remove any bb that might get stuck. We did not have any problems, but only shot 150 or so before changing co2. Did not want to push it...

Things I would have changed: Provide a second magazine with this package. At $50.00 for a spare, this is ridiculous. It cost what, ten bucks for the Taiwanese to make these? In full auto, it unloads in less than 4 seconds. A spare mag (or 4) is essential!

What others should know: As soon as you get it, pull the break down pin and separate both halves of the receiver. There was a lot of gunk around the blowback assembly on mine. The first time I pulled the charging handle, it did not want to latch back in place. Probably preservative, but it was excessive. Same with the inside of the barrel. Had to run a dozen patches down it before they came out clean.

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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

Accuracy:5.0

By Thump-R from USA on 2019-11-11 16:45:29

Things I liked: Amazing accuracy and extremely well built the speed loader is awesome and makes reloading simple its a genuinely fun gun.

Things I would have changed: Bigger clip for more ammo.

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    By Thump-R from USA on 2019-11-11
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    Things I liked: Amazing accuracy and extremely well built the speed loader is awesome and makes reloading simple its a genuinely fun gun.

    Things I would have changed: Bigger clip for more ammo.

     
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    By Brett from USA on 2019-11-10
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    Things I liked: the whole thing it is just cool to shoot

    Things I would have changed: not one thing

    What others should know: you must try this one out quick

     
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    By DON from USA on 2019-10-24
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    Things I liked: Nice compact frame. Good weight and "feel" overall. The metal in the magazine and bolt/blowback give it just the right amount of weight. The plastic is beefy, seems like it will take some abuse without cracking or breaking. It is a cheap red dot, but it does the job. After sighting it in, we were getting one inch groups at ten yards using Umarex Precision Steel BBs 5.1 grains. In semi, of course. That is not far, but we will see how it does after several hundred rounds go down the barrel. And they will. In full auto this thing rocks! I like it better than my friend's DPMS. So does my wife. She is wanting to get one in all black. This breaks down just like the real steel. Pull the pin by the charging handle, and pivot to get access to the charging and bolt assemblies. Easy access to the breach end of the barrel to remove any bb that might get stuck. We did not have any problems, but only shot 150 or so before changing co2. Did not want to push it...

    Things I would have changed: Provide a second magazine with this package. At $50.00 for a spare, this is ridiculous. It cost what, ten bucks for the Taiwanese to make these? In full auto, it unloads in less than 4 seconds. A spare mag (or 4) is essential!

    What others should know: As soon as you get it, pull the break down pin and separate both halves of the receiver. There was a lot of gunk around the blowback assembly on mine. The first time I pulled the charging handle, it did not want to latch back in place. Probably preservative, but it was excessive. Same with the inside of the barrel. Had to run a dozen patches down it before they came out clean.

     
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