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List Price $239.95, Orig.Price $199.99 Save $50.00 (25%)
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|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Very good workmanship. Very accurate.
Things I would have changed: I would have preferred a better trigger. Once you get used to it, it's fine.
What others should know: Great value. It's a pleasure to shoot.
Things I liked: Wooden stock, semi-pistol grip, comb, .22 cal, barrel length, Made in USA
Things I would have changed: The rear iron sight is atrocious and a bad day for the "Made in USA" industry. The gun shoots 1" groups 2-3" off target but there is no windage adjustment. None. Zero. Zip. I have to compensate halfway up the buckhorn to get on target. The valve seal design is finicky. Instructions say tighten "hand tight" but two cartridges in a row leaked major gas into the trigger on the first shot that pierces the cartridge. I lost half the gas and blew out the valve face seal. It's fundamentally a Crosman design flaw of the 22xx series. The design should pierce on tightening so you know right then and there with your hands on the tube cap whether it's tight enough. Also, the breech screw, which you MUST remove to fix the seal, is an uncommon .050 allen key type that strips easily. That should be stainless steel TORX or something from the factory.
What others should know: For the price range of this gun, there shouldn't be the expectation that a scope will be added or I had to become a gunsmith. But that is what I am forced to do and be. I think the gun should put pellets closer on target with the iron sights and that should have been flagged by Pyramid in it's 10 for $10. But that's me. There's no iron sight upgrade as other sights require a higher front sight and there is no mounting mechanism on the front sight. It's just a push on plastic sight. Even if you could find a replacement front/rear sight, the cost of new sights is basically that of a red dot or low end scope. Purchasers of this gun need to know they are buying into a "lego" gun and be ready to tear it completely down if/when the valve seal goes. Plan on replacing the breech with a stainless steel one. I would buy this again because there is no alternative but I'd want to know I have to budget for a scope and be a gunsmith before it actually works right.
Things I liked: This is my go-to co2 rifle. The stock is finished in a med dark color. Matte finish very smooth to the touch. Great fit to the action. Speaking of the action very smooth and crisp at the break. Steel breach with chrome or nickel plated nice touch with the contrasting finishes. The availability of after market parts is crazy rich. Most anything is replaceable from the valving to the trigger spring. East to work on for anyone. Or leave it alone and have a blast with a great shooter right out of the box.
Things I would have changed: A removable front sight for scope users. The main tube is long enough for 2 co2 powerlets. Why not make it use 2 somehow? Some checkering on the fore grip and around the stock grip area. For looks and functionality. Multi shot capabilities would be awesome.
What others should know: Excellent co2 air rifle. Great accuracy right out the box. Literally mounted and leveled the rifle in a bench rest. Put the scope on and leveled it. I was zeroed in at 20yards in less then 10 pellets. It makes one hole groups about 3/4 inch. Next to no felt recoil so if you miss with this one, it's you. The scope it comes with is a nice compliment to the package. Very small TAG style in the center doesn't get in the way of the target. Great for small game in the 20 - 25 yard range. Great plinker in that range. I imagine you could stretch it out to 30 - 35 yards if you want to and make it more interesting. Either way you're going to love it.
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Such a beautiful rifle! Will we have the pleasure of purchasing .177 versions in the future?
The Sheridan is not made in .177 cal.
My 2260mb does not have a barrel spacer, is it suppose to ?
What is the barrel length
24 inches from breech to crown.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|