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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: My new 2240 arrived on Monday Oct.2nd from Pyramyd Air. I bought ,and had Pyramyd Air install a steel breech. I put a co2 in and fired about 40 rounds using a cheap Gamo green dot sight. Not sighting in, just checking for leaks. Good job P A there none. As for sights, still thinking about what I want to put on this fine pistol. Open, or scope? I already own a 1377, a 1300 KT in 22 cal, and a 2400 KT in 22 cal. All are fine shooters. Even with the cheap Gamo green dot I had a fair group at ten yards. This pistol is all I expected and more. with some fine tuning and a good set of sights I will have another tack driver. Out of the package she is already an ace.
Things I would have changed: The great thing about this gun, you make any, and all the changes you want. I already had P A add a steel breech so I could mount a better open sight, or scope. Put a lot of money in it,or keep it basic. You can't go wrong with this gun.
What others should know: If you buy one Crosman in 1377,1322, 2240, 2300 S, or 2300 T. YOU WILL WANT MORE. I can't stop myself from buying them.
Things I liked: Extremely easy to work on and modify. I bought two. Both were fairly accurate right out of the box up to about 25 yards with Crosman Premier .22 domed, 14.3 grain pellets. I was getting about 42-45 useful shots per CO2 cartridge at the time. However, it didn't take long for me to start the mod process and finish up with nothing left of the original guns except the frames and tubes. They look awesome and are now accurate out to 40 yards with the same 14.3 grain domed pellets using 10 inch barrels and red dot scopes. I have the power adjusted on the guns to allow for approximately 27-30 useful shots per CO2 cartridge with an average of 520 fps, depending on temperature, humidity, my horoscope, and the price of tea on any given day.
Things I would have changed: Not much more I can ask for from a $60 stock gun in .22 caliber. I personally think the stock guns are worth the price. But I just couldn't resist personalizing them - even at the much higher cost I ultimately put into them (approx $450 each).
What others should know: I can honestly say that the Crosman 2240 is the world's most expensive $60 pellet gun.
Things I liked: This pistol is great but its even better since i added a scope, my scope is a OPTIMA 3-9X32
Things I would have changed: Not a thing
What others should know: wish i new how to download the picture of the mounted scope
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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 am looking to customize the breech and co2 chamber to polished stainless. Does anyone know where I can purchase a kit or send the 2240 out to have it customized? Thanks!
Why is this pistol only offered in .22? Any idea if Crosman will offer it in .177?
Crosman already did. It was the 1740 and discontinued it back in 2001. https://support.crosman.com/hc/en-us/articles/203543000-1740-Owner-s-Manual-EVP-1999-2001-
|Max Velocity||460 fps|
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