Want more bang for your buck? The 407T holds three 10-pellet rotary clips for all CROSMAN 357 pellet air pistols. This accessory is for pellets only. The air pistol shown in image is not included
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Accessories TypeMagazines, Clips & Reloaders
- Ammo TypePellets
- Magazine Capacity10
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Bought these for 357 Crosman excellent product!
Its nice to have 60 rounds at the ready.
four packs and the wear and tear will be cut and they will last much longer.
My dear one uses a 3576W which I bought from AD before I resumed firearms shooting. When we decided on this change in basic training equipment, we chose to buy an extra dozen rotary clips to add to the four we already had. Because of the long barrel of the 3576, she is able to shoot at all three of the preset 20, 30 and 50 foot target trolley distances. By preloading all 16 clips before we go to the gun club range, and changing CO2 cartridge once, she is able to shoot 160 pellets in a session for about $2.25 as against $16.00 for the most reasonable decent .22LR we have been able to find during the last year. Further, the twelve clips we bought involved a total outlay of about $20, as opposed to the $60 - $75 per pistol we had previously spent for three additional magazines each for our Ruger SR22 and S&W 22A. And as a final bonus, the $13.75 per session savings by her using .177 can be channeled to a box of Silver Bear 9x17 for her Browning BDA.
I get similar savings on munitions, but so far I am still having to reload clips at the range. For greater similarity of form factor and the relatively stiffer DA trigger to train with, I decided to go with an Umarex M&P45. Those aspects of the pistol work well for me, but the Umarex rotary clips are four times the cost of the Crossman clips, and hold only 8 pellets each. The former disadvantage may in part be due to the metal construction of the Umarex clips, and the latter disadvantage flows from the form factor of the pistol. At some point, I shall have to forego investing my savings in boxes of Tula and Silver Bear 9x19 for my S&W 469, and spring for some more Umarex .177 clips.
All in all, the Crossman rotary clips are a great bargain which are helping us to enjoy a further great bargain on small caliber training which we can then invest in center-fire ammunition. Considered in isolation, I would rate the product four stars; but the great price advantage over Umarex clips rates adding the last star.