Crosman Quest Air Rifle- .22 Cal 800 FPS
The Crosman Quest 800 is 45 inches long, weighs 6.02 lbs and is a classic single shot, break barrel, spring air rifle. It features fiber optic front and adjustable fiber optic rear sights..
CROSMAN QUEST 800X. If power is what you seek in an air rifle, you will find it in the Quest. Light cocking effort (37 lbs) delivers velocity up to 1000 fps in .177 and 800 FPS in .22 cal. The Quest features a scope stop to prevent scope creep and point of impact drift as you shoot. The Quest has a high quality stock, among the nicest in the Crosman line. INCLUDES 4X32 Scope!
|QUEST 1000X ||0.22||800 FPS|
- Caliber0.22 cal
- Velocity800 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- ActionBreak barrel
- Barrel StyleBreak Barrel
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- MechanismSpring piston
- UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
It's most accurate using the on-gun sights, especially after replacing the stock trigger. I have had trouble sighting in the scope as others have had.
It's got great power and can really pack a punch with hollow tipped pellets.
I would highly recommend this gun as a starter rifle.
so all in all, i gave it 3.5 stars(but rounded it up) because of the scope, and the lack of fps
its this back route you can take that leads you to a creek where all the rabbis and foxes are drinking from. shot a rabbit with open sights.(i only use the scope when im sitting waiting on game becousa there are no range adjustments). i went out to get the rabbit and a large coyote came out the bush growling. my cousins aimed at it but i told them no because they only had LITTLE .177 MULTI PUMP Gun (daisy 880 to be exact..which is good for large birds and medium squirrels). i reload immediatley after shooting. then the coyote came out and i aimed at it and shot right in between its eyes. it dropped immediatley.
So I began researching and thought this would be a great first air gun (well first in a while). Sheesh, how these things have changed since I was a kid! First, another reviewer was right, it takes a few rounds before you get the hang of this one. There is a considerable recoil, much more than say a standard .22 rifle. After about 20 rounds or so after I sighted in the scope, I was hitting the bulls eye dead center.
I had a 1X1 board tacked to a tree with a target on it, and the pellets went right through it and buried themselves into the tree. A lot of power!
Some reviewers were lamenting the quality of the scope. I myself had no problem with it. It seems to be working fine for me once I adjusted it a bit.
This gun is loud. I was rather shocked at the sound of it. It sounds almost like a whip being cracked. Not loud enough to alarm the neighbors, but loud.
The weapon is very solid in its construction. In fact, I noticed the weight when the box was delivered. I almost thought I received a real firearm instead of an air gun.
I basically bought this more for varmints than anything else. We have a squirrel issue here and they have been getting into the eaves and attic of the house so it was time to do something about it. State law prohibits the catch and release of them so next to poisoning, this was the only other option.
Just bagged my first squirrel with it today and it took him right out at about 100 feet. He did manage to run about 10 feet before he realized his heart was missing.
For the price, I am pleased. I plan on posting another review after about a month or so about whether the power has significantly decreased or not.
squirrels, and over a dozen crows. the scope sucks , it doesn't hold zero very long, but the gun is very accurate, i hit quater size targets at 25 yards and beyond. one of the squirrels i shot with this rifle was about 50 yards away, i hit him right in the side of his head, i also hit a chip monk in the head from about 24 yards away, this gun is definitly worth the money
and a excellent buy I would buy another one in a heartbeat. And looks awesome all shined up.
I would buy this rifle again in a heartbeat!
The scope is terrible, because the mounts are not strong enough and do not have a stop built in so it slides. Plus, it is a cheap scope without an adjustable objective.
I bought a Center Point CP394AODP 40mm 3X9 that comes with good strong mounts. Completes this rifle. Love it. With my 50 year old eyes- I need a scope.
at 60 feet I was going through 1/4 inch paneling and still knocking the bark off the tree I used as a back stop. And for the money, great fiber optic sights and 4x32 scope too... Not a bad deal if you ask me. Pretty bad gun for advanced shooters. Just a word of advice.
at 60 feet I was going through 1/4 inch paneling and still knocking the bark off the tree I used as a back stop. And for the money, great fiber optic sights and 4x32 scope too... Not a bad deal if you ask me