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1-year limited warranty
List Price $65.00, Orig.Price $54.99 Save $5.00 (9%)
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You can shoot either BBs or pellets in your Crosman Iceman CO2 pistol. Whatever's convenient or whatever you've got on hand. While BBs are much more economical, you'll get your best accuracy with lead pellets. Add a laser to the accessory rail, and your accuracy should increase even more.
|Max Velocity||475 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: I liked the look and feel of this pistol, and the rotary magazines.
Things I would have changed: Unfortunately, some plastic parts that rotate the magazines break or wear out very quickly. The magazines and the mechanism to rotate them should be metal! While mine was fairly accurate, a fully adjustable rear sight would have been nice.
What others should know: A friend and I each bought one of these at the same time, and had the same failure within a few days of each other a few weeks after purchase. I could not recommend this pellet/bb pistol unless Crosman updates the design with metal parts in critical areas. Definitely not worth what I paid for it! I believe that a replacement would have failed in the same way in a similarly short time.
Things I liked: The way it feels and handles.
Things I would have changed: Like to have it work.
What others should know: After two months I had trouble piercing the cartridge, and when I did it pressure dropped very quickly. Very poor accuracy.Did not fire all pellets because the magazine did not consistently line up with the barrel. I do not recommend purchasing this pistol.
Things I liked: this one has no power co2 loaded, ammo loaded, shoots 3 to 4 feet period. changed co2 same thing.
Things I would have changed: nothing don't buy it
What others should know: leave this one on the shelf
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I feel that if any CO2 pistol has a rifled barrel, then lead pellets only is the best policy. If you want to shoot BBs, get a smooth bore BB gun
My gun fires powerfully on single action, but it fires weakly on double action. I bought it for the double action because I hate a long hard single action trigger pull. I've tried H&N field trophy pellets and Crosman hi-speed pellets, with the same result. Do I have a lemon, or do I need to try different pellets, or did I get what I paid for?
Is the Iceman plastic or metal (like the Beeman P17)?
|Max Velocity||475 fps|