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Earn 35 Bullseye Bucks
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Sleek, sharp, realistic. Crosman's C11 BB gun is all those things...oh, yeah, it's also a blast to shoot! Just pull the trigger, and BBs start flying out the muzzle with flawless precision.
The C11 magazine holds 20* BBs, and the grip panels slide out of the way to load a CO2 cartridge. Texturing and finger grooves make the grip easy to keep in your hand as you pump out the BBs. In front of the triggerguard is an accessory rail. This pistol is easy to use and uncomplicated. If you're looking for a gun that's loads of fun to shoot, this is it! Remember, never shoot steel BBs at hard objects!
*The owner's manual states 18 BBs and also has some incorrect specifications. Crosman has confirmed the specs on our site are correct.
Click the AMMO link to stock up on BBs. Check the ACCESSORIES link for Pellgunoil, safety glasses, CO2 cartridges and other gear.
|Max Velocity||480 fps|
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Things I liked: Received the Crosman C11 .177 CO2 BB pistol and unfortunately, it has similar issues as does the Crosman TAC-C11 I tried before. If I not had the Bear River BOA BB pistol -in hand experiences- before the C11 arrival, my ratings may have been more of middle of the road "good".
Things I would have changed: Found the C11 is light weight, cheap toy-like plastic construction, grip sleeve that wants to fall off when opened, flimsy magazine that would load 2 BB's at a time (one in breech, one in body), and well below fps performance from it's stated velocities! The weight is a full 4 ounces lighter than my Bear River BOA BB pistol (mnf. on similar MIC specs, but has a beefier build and a much better, thicker steel magazine...overall feels very solid in hand). With a fresh CO2 cartridge and Umarex precision steel 5.1g BB's, the C11 also shoots far below it's rated 480fps...more like the rated 410fps that my Bear River "Does Achieve"!
What others should know: Packaged up the C11 and returned it for another reliable, well built, better accuracy, solid performing, similarly priced "2nd" Bear River BOA .177 CO2 BB Pistol (sold HERE at PA)!
Things I liked: I liked the size and accuracy, easy loading, but somehow a bb jammed I can see it sitting on the mag and the frame where the mag spring is housed, got a request in to PA for repairs
Things I would have changed: Make the grip slide a little snugger
Things I liked: The accuracy is actually better than I thought it would be, by a lot. And holds the accuracy for quite a few reloads. It is well built and very authentic. a lot of fun hitting targets over 22 yards. For the value it is a fantastic deal.
Things I would have changed: I would not change a thing.
What others should know: It is a lot quieter than my breakdown, sounds like a small nail gun.
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The BBs are not coming out of my pistol after putting in a new cartridge. Can CO2 cartridges go bad if they are old but never used?
It's possible. You can test if the CO2 is pierced by removing the magazine and pulling the trigger. If the gun just goes "click" and you don't get any CO2 through the gun, you'll need to try a new cartridge
i've got the c11 and the clip is stuck and you can here the bb's rattling around but the clip won't eject. this was the first time i used it.i hope there is a quick fix thanks wayne
I was told by Crosman to take a flat blade screwdriver and place it between the mag and grip the seam of the grip will open and loosen the mag and bb's will fall out, but do gently, this worked for me
I get one shot off then the bb's over-flow. what can II do
|Max Velocity||480 fps|