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Crosman Bushmaster MPW

Available in .177, Full Auto BB Rifle
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Crosman Bushmaster MPW Features

  • AR platform with mock suppressor
  • Tactical multi-purpose weapon
  • Full- and semi-auto action
  • Quad rail forearm for mounting accessories
  • AR-compatible buffer tube
  • AR-compatible pistol grip
  • 25-round, drop-free magazine
  • .177 caliber
  • Power plant: Two 12-gram CO2 cartridges
  • Steel barrel
  • Nylon fiber construction
  • Smooth bore
  • Picatinny rail for mounting optics
  • 6-position adjustable stock
  • Max velocity: up to 430 FPS with steel BBs
  • Length” 21”
  • Includes unmounted red-dot sight and one magazine
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity430 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypeBBs
  • ActionSemiautomatic/Full-auto
  • Barrel StyleSmooth bore
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight6.50
  • Overall Length21.00
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity25
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailWeaver/Picatinny
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
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4.511 Reviews
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5.0
By NatoUSAFebruary 10, 2021

Pros
I love this airgun. Bought it because it reminded me of the M4 I carried in the Army. How well it replicates the real M4 was a very pleasant surprise. It was a treat I got for myself and it arrived on the first day of my COVID-19 quarantine. Since I couldn't go anywhere I ordered a red/green dot sight and bipod for it before ever firing it. Once my quarantine was over and I could get out and shoot it I was impressed. The feel of it. The way the controls and switches were set up like the real thing. It groups well for being a smooth bore. The full auto function is a blast. I really look forward to my days off so I can go out and shoot it. One of my grandkids, a granddaughter who just loves to be in the company of her grandpa more than the others loves this thing and wants one of her own. Well, she has a birthday coming up soon and she is going to be a happy camper.

Cons
I wish it came with open sights. That is my only complaint.

5.0
By BryanJanuary 29, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
Fun and easy to set up and use

Cons
not accurate past 30 feet but still a blast and the full auto works good would be better to slow the full auto down just a tab bit.

4.0
By AbdurRaheem January 23, 2021

Pros
Fabulous pice of equipment, one of my favorites

Cons
The magazine is terrible, it doesn’t hold the co2. It leaks out every time I insert them “and yes they are being inserted correctly” but besides that it’s a work of art

5.0
By michaelUSASeptember 24, 2020 Verified Purchase

Buy this rifle, it is well made. I have put over 3000 bb's through mine without a problem. I use Hornady Black Diamond BB's in the speedloader and fill it half full, and it works with no problems. This rifle is alot of fun, the most fun you can have without spending thousands for the firearm and the government license to possess it.

Pros
I like the design and function. It will use the real AR accessories like the grip and stocks. The controls are like the real rifle, the rails will take accessories like sights, lazers, lights, etc. I like the fact that the co2 cartridges are in the magazines, they are well made and drop free, like the real AR, and they are reasonably priced. The new hi-capacity magazine holds 300 bb's in a chamber and with a few shakes, fills up 25 bb''s ready to fire. 25 bb's is enough as the firearm magazines hold 20 and 30 rounds.

Cons
I would slow the rate of fire. The real AR type rifle has a fire rate of around 800-850 rounds per minute. I would include a better quality red dot sight with this rifle.

5.0
By michaelUSASeptember 23, 2020 Verified Purchase

This airgun is worth getting, it is the most fun you can have with an AR type select fire gun without having to get a federal firearms license and the expense of firearm ammunition.

Pros
I like the build quality and design of this gun. you can use real AR accessories on this airgun like grips, stocks, and sights. I used a red/ green dot sight on mine. The controls are exactly the same as the AR firearm, and the bolt hold open and release works the same as the AR. I have fired over 3000 bb's through mine with no problems, using Black Diamond bb's. The magazines are reasonably priced, for airgun magazines, with the standard magazine at 49.99. The included speed loader works great, if you use Black Diamond bb's and fill it half way. Overall, this is a great gun, buy it and lots of C02 and bb's.

Cons
The only thing that I would change is the rate of fire. The real AR fires somewhere around 850 rounds per minute, this bb version fires at around 1400 rounds per minute.

5.0
By JohnUSAAugust 5, 2020 Verified Purchase

Buy a lot of BBs and CO2 cartridges. you'll need it! I had no issues feeding any specific brand of BB. I know some have but I haven't yet. I filled the stock Mag with frangible BB's , put it on Rock and Roll and fired at an Iron Skillet. It was hilarious . All those BBs exploding at one time was great. Fun factor is 10.

Pros
EVERYTHING! Build quality is fantastic. As close to the real thing as you can get. I put Target Sports Iron flip top sights on in stead of the red dot system. I just prefer it that way. Fit like a glove because the rail system fit is SPOT on.

Cons
Not much. Maby a secure place to fit the Allen wrench on the extended Magazine like the standard one. BTW buy the extended Mag. It is so necessary. You won't regret it.

4.0
By AmbarUSAJuly 24, 2020 Verified Purchase

Overall, it's a really cool airgun. From the feel to the field.

Pros
I like the feel and weights of the airgun. I like the red dot sight and the muzzler it incorporates.

Cons
I would change the material that the red dot sight and the muzzle are created from. It's feels weak and as close as cheap plastic as it can get to maybe. I think it should be created either out of the same material the gun is made out of OR add real metal muzzles and red dot sightings on it.

4.0
By IAgustJuly 4, 2020

Get one ,you can still shoot it in your backyard ,got no complaints from my neighbors

Pros
The look, feel ,the weight is very realistic my kids thought it was a real weapon with bullets til they fired it they love it just as much as I do .....full auto

Cons
Make a bigger capasity clip ,it so easy to go thru 25 rounds, maybe 50 be good 100 better can't help it love full auto

5.0
By GregUSAJune 6, 2020 Verified Purchase

Pros
Best bb gun i have ever had shoots good easy to load no problems yet

Cons
None

5.0
By TracyUSAMay 27, 2020 Verified Purchase

Pros
Fun gun to shoot. Just got it today and after going over it and making sure it was lubed I have put 100 rounds thru it on the first 2 cartridges. It hasn't decrease much. Zeroed in the sight that came with it and put 15 rounds in a cup size circle at 30yards. Went to full auto after that and loved it

Cons
A very small weapon. I thought I was getting the dpms. My mistake...but a good 1

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What flash light can fit this gun

asked Michael from USA

https://www.airgundepot.com/asg-super-xenon-tactical-flashlight.html

Gideon from USA

I saw that David from USA is brain less. Igaunas are over running florida. To prove my point David from the USA mocks a man asking someone is it 14mm threaded barrel by saying it's a BB gun. Then later ask if you can put different suppressors on it later. Hey dummy!!!! Thats why the guy asked if it's 14 mm threaded barrel became most full auto bb guns today are threaded 14mm like the dpms and the R1. I was going to ask this question. So dumb idiots like David like comment on smarter people that have real questions doesn't need to answer. Because I want to know is it threaded in 14mm. Even dumb David wants to know now .

asked John from USA

Is it really true that the hand grip specifically can be replaced by any other aftermarket AR 15 type hand grip WITHOUT affecting function ?

asked David A. from USA

How many rounds does this with one co2 tank? Aprox.

asked Delmo from USA

Is this blowback action like the DPMS?

asked Jd from USA

YES ! ALL THE SAME ACTION/OPERATION JUST DIFFERENT CONFIGURATION.

David A. from USA

can you buy extra fast loader

asked Bruce from USA

Where do the C02 cartridges go? are they in the magazine or stock?

asked Kirk from USA

2 12gm CO2 carts in the magazine.

Mark from USA

Can you ship this to uniontown pa 15401

asked David from USA

CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL LAWS BECAUSE SOME AREAS HAVE THE SAME VIEW ON BB GUNS AS "ASSAULT WEAPONS" BECAUSE OF THEIR "APPEARANCE" SO SOME JURISDICTIONS BAN THEM FROM SALE AND IF SO THEY ARE PROBABLY BANNED FROM OWNERSHIP. FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE.

David A. from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

What brand of bb's/pellets go best with this?

asked Jorge from USA

I use Crossman Copperhead bbs. They work fine

Keith from USA

where can I get a magazine loader for the Crossman BPW Bushmaster?

asked aaron Miller

My purpose for this purchase is to shoot 5 ft iguanas at approx a range of 15-20 yards Will this gun be powerful enough

asked Steve Feibusch

To Steve: Airguns for 5-foot-long iguanas: Hatsan Blitz (PCP) Umarex AirJavelin (CO2) Gamo Swarm Magnum, .22 cal. (break-barrel; this one is debatable) To David: Everything in nature should be left alone? What about squirrels? During the winter, they try to steal all of the seed that I put out for the birds. They don't care at all whether the birds starve or freeze to death. A couple of years ago, I had to have a section of fuel line under my car replaced. It was leaking because a squirrel or chipmunk had chewed it. The squirrel didn't care whether he disabled my car. Not in the slightest. Now that fuel line has been chewed again and is leaking again. Does the guilty animal feel any guilt or remorse? Quite a few years ago, a squirrel or chipmunk chewed through some electrical wires under the hood of my car, disabling it. The animal didn't care what it had done to my car. Try to become a "tuff" guy, David. Stop your immune system from killing all of those "innocent" bacteria inside of you. Don't slap that mosquito that is sucking your blood. Don't detach that tick that is sucking your blood. Let it become so engorged that it is as large as a grape. Let it infect you with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme Disease and its co-infections, and let it inject nerve toxin into you.

Edgar from USA

David A. Iguanas, like squirrels and starlings can be an invasive species and need to be culled. Left to their own devices they can really tear stuff up plus they leave droppings all over the place. I live in Texas and we have a huge problem with feral hogs just overrunning the place. You have to get invasive species under control. Steve, I don't think this particular rifle will take down iguanas. Those things are tough and eat headshots like Tic Tacs.

Nato from USA

LEAVE THE IGUANAS AND OTHER NATURE ALONE. SHOOT SOME TARGETS OR PLASTIC BOTTLES/ALUMINUM CANS TUFF GUY.

David A. from USA

Does this rifle have a 14mm CCW threaded barrel?

asked Larry

IT'S A BB GUN.

David A. from USA

Better than crosman dpms sbr?

asked Urmom

is there a way to purchase spare magazines for this?

asked Christopher Steagall

Timothy Are spare magazines for sale

asked Timothy Summy

This or DPMS and why? Thanks

asked Hungry hippo

Can you remove the suppressor and put a different suppressor on it like you can with the DPMS SBR?

asked David from USA
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