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Crosman PFM16 Full Metal BB Pistol
Choose this full metal CO2 BB pistol for loads of shooting fun. The PFM16 features a convenient, compact design and a grip that slides back for was loading of CO2 cartridges. The spring-activated 20 round BB magazine drops out for reloading at the push of a button, so you can get back to shooting faster.
Steel BBs can ricochet. The shooter and everyone in the shooting area should wear safety glasses when a gun is being handled (even if it's unloaded). Remember to remove all pets from the area, as rebounding ammo can hit them, too. Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects (including metal targets) or water, as that increases the chance of ricochet.
Semiauto clones of firearms are a great way to stay proficient without spending time and money going to the range. Just set up an appropriate range in your basement, garage or backyard and shoot for hours for pennies a shot! The Crosman PFM16 BB pistol looks and feels realistic.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
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Things I liked: This gun has the feel, handling, and looks (from a distance) of a real firearm. It loads with a clip and is accurate and fun to shoot.. I seem to get about 50-60 shots or more from a CO2 cartridge. It is mostly metal and feels good in the hand. It has a safety that is effective at preventing accidental discharge
Things I would have changed: I bought this BB gun to teach my grandson to target shoot under carefully supervised conditions. However the long and difficult trigger pull makes it too hard for him to shoot accurately. If he uses the index finger of both hands he can get it to shoot but with poor accuracy. It also is laborious from my standpoint and adds to inaccuracy during practice as I have to be very careful not to pull my shots off target. Sighting would be easier if either the front or the rear sites had Inset dots painted white.
What others should know: Absent that tough trigger pull this gun is a remarkably fine practice weapon. It is not obvious that it is not a real firearm so caution would be advised around law-enforcement and picky neighbors.
Things I liked: Amazingly accurate for a fixed-sight pistol! I can easily hit the end of a soda can at 50 ft. with a two-handed grip.
Things I would have changed: Trigger pull is long and hard.
What others should know: After 10 shots, I need to have both hands on the grip and both index fingers on the trigger in order to keep the gun steady. I suspect that the strength needed to pull the trigger is directly related to the BB velocity (which is great), but I'm not a mechanical engineer, so I'm not going there.
Things I liked: Weight...look...power...accuracy
Things I would have changed: ......O.......
What others should know: crosman makes great products ..
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So I just bought the PFM16 bg gun. I loaded the 20 bb max into the magazine for the pistol. Put the magazine in the pistol, take the safety off and fire it. But the bb's wont come out. I dont know if I'm doing something wrong or not. And yes the CO2 canister is in the pistol, and in the pistol correctly. Does anyone have any tips or answers for me?
Yeah. I figured it out. My stupid self didnt tighten the CO2 canister all the way in the gun.
Does the gun work without BBs loaded? Can you pull the trigger, fire the gun and CO2 comes out without BBs in the mag?
I see most of the Questions arnt getting Answered ..but sems me like its the Magazine as the BB's just seem to start coming out like it might have been a Magazine Default works good for a Bet then BB's everywhere..Help me Out Here hate to Just Throw this Nice Sooting Gun Away ..Cant Seem to get any Magazines for it ..Amazon Not ..lol..
Try the Beretta elite ii magazines (it is the same metal stick mag that comes with this gun (PFM16) it is a perfect fit). I own 6 of them and they work flawlessly (it is the same mag!!!)
Same here on the magazine hunt, even contacted Crosman and cross-referenced their replacement part number to the magazines. Bought a twin pack that were stated to be ALL METAL but only the back strap was. I have had no problems with the BBs falling out or the pistol sending fliers. I'd say just buy another. Iv'e put way too many down range. I cleaned mine finally and it did have a lot of carbon from the Copperheads which I don't use in anything else as per reviews on them leaving copper behind. It shoots Daisys and Copperheads about the same its just that the copper leaves rust on EVERTHING the ZINC Daisys not so bad. Someone PLEASE help us find mags that don't fall out or have to be held in place for this almost perfect plinker!! CHUNK
When first got my PFM16 3 weeks ago, it worked fine. Now every time if fire it, it does not fire a BB and one gets lodged inside. I can see CO2 coming out of the barrel. Tried less than 20 BB's but it still does not fire a BB. I put in a new CO2 cartage, but got the same result. Am I doing something wrong? What can I do to get it to fire BB's. By the way, I am using Crosman brass .177 BB's.
Clear it out if jammed. Cleaned mine lightly and started using Daisy Zinc plated. If that didn't work contact PA for a RMA their great to deal with. I don;t see a lot of problems with a full metal gun but it could have a bad day at the factory. I own 7 pellet and bb air guns and this has to be my favorite. Hope this helps, Chunk.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|