1-year limited warranty
List Price $79.99 Save $17.00 (21%)
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|Max Velocity||460 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||3.88 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||60|
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Things I liked: It's got it where it counts: a sensible design with excellent accuracy but no foo foo features to raise the price. If you want a bunch more upgrade features, you have the option to buy them. I had it sighted in with Crosman Premier pointed rounds in short order - very predictable. Also, and this may sound strange, it looks like a pellet gun. I'd much rather have a gun that is NOT a replica of a famous machine and thus mistaken for the real thing. Me likes this instrument!
Things I would have changed: Far better sights. Existing sights are inadequate for the variation I found between even common rounds. Pointed hunting rounds worked flawlessly. On the 17 yard pistol range, wad cutter rounds shoot 4" higher than pointed rounds and the sights cannot accommodate that deviation. The upgrades are certainly nice, and that may be a way for people to enjoy the sport, but it adds up fast. For my needs, upgraded sights are a necessity. You may not experience such issues, but with the stock breech using wad cutters, I had to drop the rear sight to max low, draw a big black dot 4" below bullseye, aim at that, and my groups are on center...So I did buy the steel breech with a Hawke dot sight and the system IS much better now. But the upgrades cost more than the machine. Don't get me wrong; I'm actually quite happy. But better sights would be a good thing.
What others should know: This machine is lethal with hunting rounds. Pointed rounds penetrate a fir 4X4 scary deep. They will go through both sides of a tin can then sink into the wood backboard. When wad cutters meet steel plate in my pellet trap, they are squished into a flat blob. If you struck a surface artery on a biological, I have no doubt it's game over. Please be aware - be safe. Go in peace!
Things I liked: Accurate, sturdy.
Things I would have changed: Better front site.
Things I liked: Was not sure if I would like this gun when I ordered it but that has changed. I love this gun but I feel its a must in my book to upgrade the breech. Looks better feels better and makes it a lot like the old 22 cal, 38C i have had for about 46 yrs and still going strong. Another fun thing is Its accurate and you can do many upgrades if you want.
Things I would have changed: Would be nice if you didn't have to reload after each shot but you do know that going in. Would be nice if the upgraded breech was already on gun.
What others should know: Gun is well worth the money even without the upgrades but in a way the upgrades are part of what makes this gun fun own and shoot.It teaches you about your gun inside and out if you do upgredes
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Looking for a case to carry the Crosman 2240 while going to the range. More of a rectangular gray color plastic model.
How many pellets can be loaded into the gun at one time?
One, it is a single shot pistol
If I were to order the Crosman 2240 with the steel breech kit and the LPA rear sight, will both of these be installed ready for use or will I have to remove the plastic breech and install the steel breech and LPA sight myself. The article does not mention what will be.
I ordered the steel breech, and paid an extra $25.00 For P.A. to install it. I don't know about the sight, as I did not order one.
|Max Velocity||460 fps|
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