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Crosman DPMS SBR Full-Auto CO2 Air Rifle
Dive into full-auto tactical action with the Crosman DPMS SBR!
This officially licensed and stamped DPMS SBR (Short Barrel Rifle) spits out blistering semi and full-auto repeating BB shots, fueled by two 12-gram CO2 cartridges housed in the 25rd magazine. A short barrel version of the modern warfighter rifle, the DPMS SBR transfers everything shooters love about the M4 to the airgun platform.
Adjust your SBR to your preference with a 6-point adjustable rear stock and get a steady support from the moveable hand rest on the forend. The SBR's quad-Weaver/Picatinny rails give you endless opportunities for mounting laser sights, flashlights, and pistol grips. Each package includes removable pop-up sights for a rifle ready to shoot out of the box, and the rear sight is adjustable. The fire-mode selector lets you choose between semi or fully-automatic shots sent flying at 430 fps.
If you want to mow down targets and shred paper and tin cans alike, grab the DPMS SBR and enter the action!
|Max Velocity||430 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
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Things I liked: Well made, except for the problem below. Online Pyramid website video was much more helpful in learning how to operate the gun than the owner's manual with it's teeny tiny print. With the adjustable buttstock and forward hand rest it shoulders and fires very comfortably and quickly. I recommend firing at a large paper target to regulate the flip up sights, which are easy to pick up quickly.
Things I would have changed: I continue to have feeding problems with with this gun using the Crosman brand BBs I bought from Pyramid . Without fail, after many attempts, firing the gun drives a Crosman BB into the breech end of the barrel where it get's stuck. My old brand-unknown BBs feed and fire perfectly without changing the CO2 cartridges. It appears the Crosman BBs are jamming because they're slightly too large in diameter to feed. I pulled back the bolt and hand dropped BBs into the breech end of the barrel: My old BBs go right through with a tap of the finger to push them down into the barrel; the Crosman BBs will not drop through even with a rather firm push. The Crosman factory is willing to address this problem at no charge - shipping costs will be on me. This is an exchange gun from Pyramid - the first one had similar problems. Very disappointing. This was going to be a Christmas gift, now it will have to wait.
Things I liked: The weight and overall feel of this SBR is spot on. It shoots well and operation of the rifle is good muscle memory training.
Things I would have changed: Not much really. Would be nice to come already set up for single point sling and would rather see a flash suppressor on barrel than the existing barrel tip.
What others should know: Buy it if your into having a lot of fun on the range or training for your powder fired platforms for pennies on the dollar. Either way it's well worth the money!!!
Things I liked: Great fun when it functions properly; wouldn't change anything. Value for money downgraded for reasons cited below.
Things I would have changed: PROBLEM - The Crossman BBs I bought from you with the gun do not feed properly, they appear to be too large. They get blown into the breach and get stuck. I had 3 or 4 get jammed so badly in full auto I had to tap them out with my .177 rod, in the process driving the barrel liner loose. I never got one of them to work properly. Then I tried some BBs I bought years ago, brand unknown. They function perfectly. Do you sell different diameter BBs? This is the second gun you've shipped me in exchange for the first one that malfunctioned. I was hoping to make this one work - it's a Christmas gift.
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Hey, how do you change the stock and grip?
Is the problems fixed with the dpms sbr and does it jam B.B. a lot?
I've heard much less in terms of issues with this most recent shipment. Personally, I had zero jams out of mine.
Im having an issue when trying to reload the magazine where each bb gets stuck inside to the top of the magazine as if magnetized. Ive tried both steel and copper bbs hoping that may address the problem, but still no luck. Due to this issue, it takes much longer to refill the mag each time as I must use a small knife to manually push each bb down from where it is stuck just inside to the top of the mag. I insert the knife just above the bb and angle it such that it breaks the bond, allowing the bb to fall down into the mag. Has anyone else experienced this issue?
On the DPMS mag, you don't load BBs in through the top of the magazine, you need to load it from the opening towards the bottom of the mag. That will make your issue a thing of the past
|Max Velocity||430 fps|