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Crosman 2100B

Available in .177, An update on the classic American air gun!
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  • Code: CR2100B · $82.99 · .177 · 755 fps
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One of the most versatile airguns on the market, the Crosman 2100B multi-pump pneumatic shoots either steel BBs or .177 lead pellets. With 200 BB rounds in the gun's reservoir (17 BBs in the magazine), you'll be shooting for hours without having to reload. Just pump and shoot! If you prefer to shoot pellets, the 2100B can do that, too (loaded one at a time). As both a repeater and a single-shot, this rifle offers adaptability not found in most other airguns. If pest elimination or hunting is your bag, you can take very small rodents (at close distances) with pellets. The 11mm dovetail makes scoping the gun an easy project. Both BBs and pellets can be used to shoot targets, although steel BBs should never be shot at metal targets and objects. Pump the 2100B from 3 to 12 pumps, depending on the distance you're shooting. Light in weight, this full-size powerhouse launches pellets up to 725 fps and BBs up to 755 fps. Serious business, serious-style. It's a full size, hefty air rifle that pumps up to maximum velocity, accuracy, and excitement. This Crosman airgun should bring years of fun to the Crosman airgun owner.

Crosman 2100B Air Rifle Features
  • Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Repeater
  • 17rd BB mag (200rd BB reservoir)
  • Single-shot pellet rifle
  • 11mm dovetail
  • 3-12 pumps (Never pump more than 12 times!)
  • Amazing accuracy*
  • Always put a single pump in your rifle when you're done shooting to properly seal it from dust & debris

Never pump your 2100B more than 12 pumps!
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 755 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 4.81
  • Overall Length 39.75
  • Barrel Length 20.84
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By ethan

this is i OK its my first gun its not accurate at 60 yards with BBs but you get really small grouping at 30-40 If you buy pellets, by lower then 10. grains other wise its like and airsoft gun. This gun has anther problem, when load the BB into the hand and you pump, sometimes the cover opens and all the bb fall out.. This gun is also VERY durable. I left out side for a week and i picked up the next day and it was covered in mold. I brushed it off and it worked ilk nothing happened a recommend shooting BBs Last thing. don't be afraid to over pump your gun. u can pump it up to 20 times

By BillAugust 7, 2022 Verified Purchase

I love this rifle i still have mine when i bought it when i was 15 it had blow by when i pumped it i just need a rebuild kit this thing would shoot thru gutters its time for rebuild kit and buy another it was set up for my eye n i could pluck a bottle cap off a stick at 50feet

Inwouldnt change anything

By BubbaUSADecember 27, 2021

I don't like the brown-colored plastic on the forearm and buttstock (is it supposed to make me or others think it's really wood?). The all-black color scheme of the Legacy 1000 is much nicer, in my opinion, and I would love to have it on this rifle. The receiver, trigger guard and trigger on the 2100 are made of metal (unlike the Legacy), giving me a much stronger impression of overall quality. I prefer this rifle to the Legacy 1000 by a long shot! Pretty nice shooter. Shop around for best price.

Inexpensive. Accurate. Adjustable rear sight (mechanism to change windage same as Legacy 1000 (awful)). Nice Weight. Nice handling. Reasonably powerful (comparable performance to most other variable pump pneumatic air rifles around $60.00-$100.00).

Mechanism to change windage on rear sight is pretty terrible, although it works for small adjustments (worse than that on most comparable variable pump pneumatics). The rifle is harder to charge than other variable pumpers and inexplicably requires 12 pumps for full power rather than 10. Neither the extra effort nor the extra pumps increases the performance. Using the same pellets, my Legacy 1000 and 2100 Classic outperformed my Umarex NXG APX. Both were comparable in performance to my Daisy 880 and Barra Sportsman 900, but all were outperformed by my Winchester 1977xs. Test results based on total number of cardboard sheets penetrated in side-by-side testing on same pellet trap. The extra effort (and extra 2 pumps) necessary to power up the rifle provided no corresponding increase in performance at any power level. It isn't super-hard to pump up, but it does require more effort than any other .177 pumper I own (Umarex NXG APX, Barra Sportsman 900, Daisy 5880, Winchester 1977xs).

By PlinkerMarch 1, 2021

Use blue loctite on all your screws for the scope rings etc. When I read these reviews and folks can’t figure out why there scope keeps coming loose and they lose their’s because you didn’t use blue loctite on all the screws...go to the hardware store and buy a little’ll change your world. Lol. Just a little tip for all the folks who don’t know all the little tricks.

I got a 2100 for Christmas 30 years ago when I was eleven years old. It was a shooter...but eventually it broke and was thrown away. We would shoot squirrels , head shots at 50+ yards...let me tell was an accurate air rifle. Couple months ago I purchased another one at an auction, brought it home only to find out it leaked air. 1call to Crosman and I had spare parts on order. Disassembled it put in a new valve assembly, pump cup and some Orings ... it is now a shooter with RWS superdomes. 5 shot groups in one hole at 25 yards. 50 yards (not feet) and the holes are touching. Took it out to 65 yards at my range in my backyard and this thing is amazing. I always think it’s funny reading about people claiming great accuracy at 10 or 15 feet. If you can’t put holes through holes at 10 feet something is wrong. Anyhow, my brother was in the army and was the # 1 shot amongst all the other guys/gals. When asked how he learned to shoot so well...Crosman 2100. True story.


By WilliamUSAFebruary 22, 2021

I'm very impressed that Crossman has continued to produce this rifle at such a good price point. It is very accurate. With open sights I can hold a 1" circle at 25 yards. I mounted a 4x32 scope and am able to shoot 1" or less offhand at 25yards, and from the sitting hit 2" targets at 40 yards with Crossman Premium 7.4gr pointed pellets. Off a bench I was able to shoot a .5" group at 25 yards. The 7.4gr wadcutters were not as accurate, with an occasional flier, but the pointed pellets have been solid over 100 rounds. The reciever is metal, and that makes the scope mount very solid. The trigger is metal, and has a good feel, but has a long travel but is usable. The only think keeping this from being the best rifle ever is the lack of wood stock option and ability to upgrade barrels. At 6 pumps it shoots perfect at 20 yards. 10 pumps is enough for 40 yards, and can still penetrate a steel can. This is a great value and I'm proud that it is made in the USA!

Very accurate, solid build quality, and made in America! This rifle is a tremendous value.

A custom shop wood stock and high grade barrel options would be worth it.

By CaseyDecember 30, 2020

I would not recommend this air rifle.


Stock is cheap plastic that broke after a couple of uses. It felt cheap out of the box and only last a couple of months leaving me and my son very disappointed.

By JustinUSADecember 6, 2020

I purchased two of these in order to introduce my children to the joys of shooting. NOTE: The owners manual provided with the Airgun states that the minimum number of pumps is 3 and the maximum is 8. The box that the rifle comes in states that the minimum number of pumps is 2 and the maximum is 12. I'm unsure which is the correct information. To be safe I have only pumped the rifles up to 8 pumps.

Unlike many pump airguns this one has a metal receiver and having a durable gun for children to use is a huge pro for me. It took only a few shots to site these guns in with the open sights and are very precise shooters. I sited them in with Crosman Competition Wadcutters, which have traditionally performed quite well in my airguns. The variable amount of pumps that can be used to power these guns is nice. This allows my kids to pump them up for higher power when hunting and lower power when plinking cans or targets.

The BB insertion mechanism on the bottom of the stock seems a bit flimsy. After usage by my children it may become loose and dump BBs out. The open sights provided with the gun seemed like they needed a bit more flexibility. After siting them in I had each set of sights too close to the edge of their ability to actually provide further adjustment. As an adult the action where the pellet is inserted (single-shot tray) is small and must be dropped into place rather than placed. After 20 shots this wasn't really an issue, but I also have small fingers as an adult. Someone with larger fingers may find this to be problematic.

By MarkNovember 8, 2020

I have had my 2100 classic since I was 12...... I’m 43 now and it still works as good as it did back then.... In fact I just dealt with a bird yesterday that was pecking a hole in the side of my house. I have even taken full size rabbits with a carefully placed head shot. I have probably shot thousands of bb’s and almost as many pellets through this thing over the past 30+ years. Pumping these things is a good workout too....These guns rock!

Longevity, much needed exercise (lol)

Loading a pellet into the chamber with my big fingers is annoying

By RobertOctober 19, 2020

Mine came with a slightly loose barrel where it connects to the receiver.It wont effect accuracy but if you use a scope it will.I was going to send it back but fixed it with my own method I wont share because it requires skill to do.No problem now.

It has good power,is easy to cock and bluing is excellent.Good price.

By Steve June 3, 2020

I was searching Crossman 2100 to find the optimal # of pumps and found this site. I'm surprised and delighted to see it still on the market. I bought this gun in 1988 to shoot rats in the backyard of our 1st house. I use it now to sting deer out of the yard of my current and probably last house. It has seen maybe 200 pellets of use over the years. I never shot BBs and somewhere along the way the BB door fell off and is gone. I've never gone more than 4 pumps. 3 has been enough for rats and I only use 2 on the deer. But if the deer keep eating my flowers, I'm going to at least 6! Damn...time flies.


The stock is made for smaller people. It could be longer for full sized adults.

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Is the 2100 a replacement for the classic 766?

asked Anthony from USA

Will this gun take down squirrels at 20 or 30 yd

asked Jerry from USA

if I'm only shooting bbs, does it matter if the rifling wears?

asked carter from USA

Even at an inexpensive $70.00, if there's a chance of damaging the rifling by using steel BBs, I'm going with pellets only. I bought a wooden stocked Crosman with my own hard-earned dough when I was about thirteen. Pellets were hard to find, so I used BBs most of the time, far more than pellets, and by the time I was in my late teens, it was purely a matter of chance if I hit where I aimed, regardless of the ammo. I'm talking unable to hit a gallon jug at twenty feet! Why take the chance? Go with pellets only.

Bubba from USA

You would have to shoot a LOT of BBs to effect the barrel rifling...I mean a LOT over a long period of time. Even then I don't think it would hurt the barrel.

David from USA

The rifling should be fine.

Mark from USA

wood stock

asked Duck Hunter 2020

What is the length of pull. Measurement from the end of the stock to the trigger.

asked Jerome Perez

I just brought a 2100 ; my question is how do you put the bb in the rifel

asked george Nicolo

what scope works well with the corpsman 2100b ? what about mounting hardware ?

asked Frank Pierce

Is the pump action back n forth or do you have to pull it down and up ?

asked Fran

My 12 year old has some physical development issues in upper body and is small for his age. Would this be hard for him to cock? And if you think it would, what beginner youth gun would you recommend?

asked Jamie

Maybe a bit tough. Try the Daisy 880. It's very lightweight, inexpensive and would make an exceptional starter air rifle. Even experts swear by it. It handles well, it's accurate, it's easy to pump up and gets even easier with use. I'm disabled and it's by far the easiest to pump up of any I own or have tried.

Bubba from USA

I have a 2100 classic , my question where is the reservoir or where do you load it ?

asked Don

I want to put a scope on mine. Can it be done, and where can I find one. Thanks, Jeff


how long is this rifle? OAL?

asked Tom Seymour

I suspect the stock is not of wood. Am I correct

asked frank matranga

Bought a new model 2100 two years ago, installed a good scope and have tried consistently to zero it in on target. Find it impossible to get it to shoot accurate. Why? As of now would not recommend it to anyone.

asked Doyle Donahue

does the 2100b have a metal or plastic receiver?

asked Jeff

My dad is 87 and he went to shoot his and it didn't have any bb's in it and he tried to take it apart to reload and now can't get all the parts back there somewhere that I can find any paper work on it? I don't know what he did with his.

asked anita baum

of what material is the receiver made of where the bolt is ?

asked Jake

The receiver is made of die cast metal, but the bolt itself is plastic. Decent quality for the price.


how much price in indian currency? with shipping can u provide cash on delivery? Crosman 2100B Air Rifle Was: $79.95 Sale Price: $64.95

asked Narasimha

Thanks for contacting us. We can ship some items to your area, however some items are restricted from shipping. Please check with your local customs agency for inquires on requirements to purchase. You may order from our website, which will calculate shipping as well as inform you of any possible restriction issues. We do not ship products as Cash On Delivery. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Scott from USA

How long is the barrel

asked Victor Menezes

Can you shoot multiple bbs without pumping

asked bob

No, you must re-pump and cycle the bolt in order to fire every time

Raffi from USA

No, you must repump for every shot otherwise you will have no power to shoot the pellet with

George from USA

does this 2100 have a rifled barrel

asked appears with your question

Customer, This particular gun is a rifled barrel. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

hello Do you makes shipments to Argentina? thank you

asked Matias

Matias, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected]. They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

How old do you need to be t purchase this item?

asked Toby

Toby, One must be at least 18 years old to purchase airguns/rifles. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Our new 2100 is VERY hard to pull breach open/back to load. Are they all this way?

asked John

There's defintiely something wrong if this happens- id recommend calling crosman or maybe sending it in for them to look at/fix.

George from USA

It shouldnt be

Jake from USA

Dose this gun have any re-coil? I hate recoil and if so how hard would it be just to help you answer this a bit better I'm 15.

asked luke

There is no recoil. This is an airgun. Zip-zero-nada as far as recoil goes.

Conor from USA


asked Raphael

Go to that webpage, where the item you want is. Click on "Add to Cart." (There will be a pop up with other items if you want those) Then click "proceed to checkout" if that is everything you want. When your checking out at the sight and there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

Would you recommend this gun?

asked carl

I've owned one since 1995. Still works awesome, very accurate all season airgun. Mine has a 3-9x 40mm scope on it. Love it, highly recommend. Take care of it and it will last you for decades.

James from USA

This air rifle has a five star review. Many customers said they could recommend this gun to a friend.

Scott from USA

Is the crosman 2100 grooved for scope mount?

asked j a miller

Yes, it is grooved for 11mm dovetail mounts.

Conor from USA

How Manny BBs does it hold

asked Riley

Actually you should never fire steel bb's through this or any other air rifle that has a rifled barrel.The steel bb is harder than the softer steel barrel and is slightly smaller than .177 it "bounces "around the barrel when fired and screws up the rifling badly. pellets while slightly slower(use the lightest pellet if high fps is your thing)don't destroy the rifling and they hit harder and are far more accurate.


The reservoir can hold enough for a whole days shooting.

Carter from USA

you can load over 100 bb's into the stock of the gun which you can feed into another chamber which holds about 15 bb's before it runs out.

Steve from USA

can it kill pests

asked zach

It may kill a rabbit or squirrel, but not without a perfect shot and id recommend a lil more power for rabbit. But you can use it just be sure to humanely place your shots

George from USA

Yes, rabbits, squirrels, and mice.

Carter from USA

yes, this thing can go through one side of a steel garbage can and dent the other side.

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