- Caliber0.22 cal
- Velocity460 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Fire ModeSIngle Shot
- UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Be sure to put a good back board to the target, it can punch holes on anything less than 3/8 plywood.
I got tired of shooting way before the CO2 ran out.
I polished all out side parts including bbl.There are many updates for this gun.
Everybody I have let shoot this pistol has been impressed with it's accuracy and overall shooting ability.
Stock out of the box I was getting 45 good shots with another acceptable 10 shots if I am shooting paper or plinking, The gun is a lot of fun to shoot as well as modify. I got good groups at 10 yards with open sights most smaller than an inch or so. It is definitely not backyard friendly, sounds like a 22 short to be honest. Anyway great little gun especially for those of us that like to tinker, also not to picky about ammo, been using CPHP and Benjamin domed pellets both 14.3 grain they shoot very well.
After the mods I am getting 35 good shots with another 5-10 shots that I would not use to try and dispatch any pest.
If you're mechanically inclined like me you just might get hooked because each little improved part available is not that expensive. If not you'll just end up with a quality straight shooting gun that's fun due to its accuracy. If yours isn't accurate go on line and ask why. There is always a fix for everything on this gun.
It's extremely accurate and great for small game. LOT of knock down power for a pellet pistol. Will take a pigeons head clean off, with a HP pellet.
Love this gun!!
After 100 pellets through it I used a 1/8th inch drill bit to enlarge the peep sight to make it usable.
This simple alteration has made it easier to sight and even more accurate.
Only thing I do not like is it only gets 30 full power shots to a CO2 cartridge.
Had it trued in with 5 rounds, using max speed field pellets.
15 yards tight quarter size grouping.
Started out loud and over time getting quieter.
So Much Fun To Shoot.
Grandson got one and is trying to out shoot the old man.
Good luck with That.
You won't regret buying this great Crosman classic!
Good accuracy - quarter size groups at 10 yards and able to consistently hit an empty pellet tin lid at 20 yards. At 20 yards with out a scope I really can't see good enough to hit anything smaller but I think the gun is capable. I bought the Discovery pellets assortment T Walmart (4 different pellets) and the gun shoots all four pretty well but I think the hollow points did the best. The gun is a little loud in my opinion for backyard shooting as the houses in our neighborhood are very close.
@30yrds its holding its own against most rifles!!
By arne hutsebaut from Ressegem , Belgium on June 17, 2012
By arne hutsebaut from Belgium on June 17, 2012
By Shane from Raceland, LA on June 26, 2012
Answer:The CO2 carts go into the tube below the barrel. (the end twists off)
In-order to scope it, you either have to upgrade to a Steel Breech *an aftermarket part* or buy the clamp on barrel adapters. (they're kind of like heavy duty clothes pins that clip around the barrel in front of the breech and you mount the scope on them.)
By bill from parsippany on November 20, 2011
By Staff on November 24, 2011
Answer:I would us a air rifle at that distance. I doubt there is any way you can achieve accuracy at that distance with a pistol.
Check out this rifle. Read the reviews on it. It's a great air rifle for the price
By pipi from malaysia on March 29, 2012
By Staff on March 30, 2012
Answer:Thank you for you interest.
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