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Crosman PFAM9B BB Pistol

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  • Code: AGD-39637577 · $129.99 · .177 · 400 fps
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The Crosman PFAM98B Blowback BB Pistol is perfect for practicing your handgun shooting skills, considering its full-auto and blowback features. The full metal frame and slide offer realistic weight and the comfortable checkered grip will leave you wanting to shoot all day.
  • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • Blowback action
  • 20-rd BB magazine
  • Full metal frame and slide
  • Realistic look and function
  • Velocities up to 400 fps
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity400 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypeBBs
  • ActionFull-auto
  • Barrel Style0
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight2.44
  • Overall Length8.50
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • Loudness1-Low
  • Magazine Capacity20
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • Safety0
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsFixed
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By JeffOctober 11, 2020 Verified Purchase

Good feel and fun to shoot just too many negatives that need addressing.

Bought one of these for my son to get the feel of a blowback pistol before shooting my 9mm down the road. Gun had a nice feel and was fun to shoot single and full auto for sure. It was fairly accurate not too loud and the blowback worked as it should. I did have a couple jams and I was using the Crosman copperheads as recommended. The real problem encountered was that the safety was very hard to engage and impossible to disengage. I had to remove the slide and use a small screwdriver to gently push the little ball back against the spring while pushing on the lever to release the safety. This happened twice as we accidently flipped the lever from full auto past single fire to safety. Again had to use the screwdriver to disengage the safety. Poor design on the internal ramp for the ball to move on.

I was very disappointed in the magazine. The Co2 area was fine but loading the BBs was a pain in the butt and can't believe this was made by Crosman. I own several Crosman guns old and newer and was surprised that there was not a notch for the plunger, when pulled back against the spring, to lock in place as all of my others do. You have to hold the plunger back with one finger and load the BBs one by one. I tried the speed loader but it wouldn't work on this mag. And if you fill it with one BB too many the plunger, which is very sloppy in the track, pops upward and jambs against the loading area and won't push the BBs into the gun. You end up shooting just air at that point. The mag is junk and needs minor improvements to make it better. And yes, as others have said, this gun eats up CO2 like crazy because of the blow back. Even more so than the DPMS full auto we have. I sent it back after one day of shooting. Negatives out weighed the positives.

By TobiasOctober 8, 2020

Better than expected.

Looks ,feels,shoots great true full auto.

I wish there were larger cal upgrades.

By Lance 5tiersAugust 24, 2020

the barretta model is effin awesome and have only had a slight issue of cycle when the co2 is getting low

I bought one for the fact that it is a full auto the thing is pretty much a lot of fun as it is heavy and breaks down to feild strip almost as the same to the gun it replicas. the feel is about the same and i found it fairly smooth to operate and function in high fire conditions.

after about 500 shots the thing started to break down in its ability and service and cleaning it was the magazine spring that failed first , and simply it was the major ending of my fun cause its just not as durable in stress conditions the old dog sits as it was the last time it actually fired. all the seals are shot out and refurbishing is not as simple as the manual says also hard to find the right parts and extra mags are darn near non available on the market. so now its just a replica non fire type. I wouldnt buy another because it was done for about a month after purchase.

By JohnUSAAugust 19, 2020 Verified Purchase

Once accustomed to the sights, I shot this Crosman pistol quite accurately and it behaved predictably. The report is quieter than my other BB pistols, like my Glock 19 and Sig P365.

Overall, this Crosman BB pistol has a good, realistic feel. Compared to other BB pistols (Glock, Sig,..) with a "modern" design, this Crosman PFAM9B is heavy.

To load BBs into magazine is a tedious task! The mag spring can't lock down to load; finger must remain on to hold it. The CO2 depletes after two magazines (of single-shot); typically, it sputters at last shot of mag#2 and depletes the CO2 cartridge. Two big negatives: Loading of BBs, and fast depletion of gas. Front sight not true.

By MarkUSAJuly 10, 2018

Right off the bat - full auto is a blast !! In semi auto nice & smooth. Full auto accuracy 50/50 pending your bb ammo choice & you. Semi mode pretty accurate within 30ft, 20ft I'm getting very good & tight center grouping. 30ft a little more scattered but still good. Blow back feature on this is close to the real thing, weighs in & fires almost like a real barretta. This is one of my favorite blowback bb pistols I own.

Back yard plinking fun & getting anyone familiar with introducing pistol use for 1st timers & not using real ammo

Jammed a bb in the chamber a few times but that was the bb's being used, suggest using better bb's that have constant .177 size. Other than that no neg on this pistol

By PeterUSAJanuary 25, 2017

Great gun. Great power. Great accuracy at short range.

FULL AUTO! Powerful. Accurate.

Eats Co2 when shooting in full auto mode.

By spinozaOctober 16, 2016

I've wanted to add a Taurus pt-92 or Berretta M9/92 blowback replica air pistol to my collection for years, but the low velocities of the GSG92 & swiss arms 92 made me not bother with them. I prefer my co2 pistols to be rated around 400 fps and more. Those crosman pfam9b certainly shoots way harder than the other similar models. So far, I like everything about this pistol!


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The loudness on this pistol is listed as low. Does anyone have feedback on this topic and/or comparison to other products?

asked Jim from USA

Yes, it is lower noise level than Glock19 (NBB), walther PPKS (BB), P38 (BB), sig265 (BB); but not quiet. The level#1 of 4 in noise category seems an accurate characterization.

John from USA

The Crosman PFAM9B is a quiet gun.

Mark from USA

are spare magazines available and what is the difference between that and the Crosman P1 pistol

asked Derrick from USA

We do not have extra magazines.You would have to contact Crosman for availability.

Mark from USA

How many rounds between co2 switch outs

asked Elmer
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