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Crosman PSM45 air pistol
You must pull back on the slide to cock the gun for each shot.
|Max Velocity||190 fps|
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Things I liked: Very happy with this pistol. Accurate for an inexpensive gun. So pleased I bought a couple for my brothers for Christmas.
Things I would have changed: Full metal would be nice if they could keep the price point. P.S. extra magazines would be nice too. Currently not available.
What others should know: Great in house shooter and plinker.
Things I liked: Rugged design, definitely durable. Action is all smooth from magazine ejection to slide bolt action. Quiet when discharging and has power.
Things I would have changed: The grip is more hollow than I would prefer. With the magazine inserted, there are still plenty of airspace voids which could be problematic later. I'm thinking of adding my own material as fill to address this.
What others should know: Just a fun plinking weapon. Not for competition.
Things I liked: Accurate. great trigger
Things I would have changed: Needs a little more power
What others should know: Much better than other bb pistols in it's class
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I got one and the packaging warns that the product contains chemicals known to cause cancer. I know that this warning is almost always found on the packaging of lead pellets and airguns that shoot lead pellets. But this is an airgun that fires steel bbs. Therefore, which material is the cancer warning referring to? Is it the plastic frame? The metal slide?
I agree and I know a lot of air guns have some kinda lube or Greece or oil of some sort from manufacturer usually used to preserve all the metal parts and everyone knows that oils Greece's and such substances are known to the state of California to cause cancer but cars guns real guns all have some kind of lube or Grease
In the United States we have to endure the hysteria of such warning labels primarily due to the consumer protection laws of the state of California. Everything seems to produce cancer in California! California fears everything other than the Creator of heaven and earth.
where this gun made from?
I know the barrel is metal but what is its exact material?
|Max Velocity||190 fps|