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Crosman SNR357 Dual Ammo Revolver

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Crosman SNR357 BB & Pellet Full Metal Revolver Features
  • Dual ammo, snub nose
  • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • 6rd swing-out cylinder with reusable BB and pellet cartridges
  • Front fixed blade sight
  • Adjustable rear sight
  • Ergonomic grip
  • Double-/single-action
  • Semi-auto repeater
  • Manual safety
  • Silver accent trigger, hammer and cylinder release
  • Velocity: Steel BBs 400 fps / Lead pellets 350 fps
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 400 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type BBs
  • Action Revolver
  • Barrel Style Smooth bore
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 1.92
  • Overall Length 6.75
  • Barrel Length 2.50
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 6
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Blade
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 100
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action Double-Action & Single-Action
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By ThomasUSAAugust 1, 2020

I only use BBs. For a short smooth barrel, it is pretty accurate at about 20'. I wouldn't hunt with it, because the groupings are not tight, but that is not unexpected. I use it for can plinking, and about a third of the shots go astray. The sights were correct right out of the package. It's pretty quiet, so it doesn't attract unwanted attention from neighborhood busybodys. I am not a huge fan of the toy cartridges, but I load the BBs from the front of the cylinder without removing the cartridges, which spill all over the floor. The safety is very hard to move, but I have become used to it. The main problem is leaking CO2. I put a drop of machine oil on the gasket, and the key is to let it sit overnight so the gasket regains its shape.

A fun plinker, nice heavy weight.

Leaky CO2.

By EddieUSAOctober 27, 2019

Not the rock band, but the revolver. A very heavy air gun. Snub nosed would limit the accuracy, but this one was hitting the 10 inch target and center from 30 feet. Well made all metal except for the grips, which are plastic. I have read some reviews about Crosman air guns that are not that favorable, but I have had several and never had any problems with them.

Heavy, feels and looks real. Accurate

The way the plastic grip slides back. Safety almost impossible to move at first, must loose up way working it many times.

By DJSeptember 26, 2019

Reviews that say this gun feels comparable to the real thing are highly suspect. The frame is pretty nice but the rest of this gun is not anywhere close. The entire firing mechanism (trigger, hammer, etc.) is lightweight diecast stuff and, even though trigger pull is ok, it just feels shoddy. Loose, "wiggly" hammer, etc. Obviously it's not a real single/double action weapon - it's an airgun - but it seems like a little more attention to quality could have been paid here. The grip is very plastic and flimsy and could have probably benefitted from couple metal pins to prevent it from pulling off the handle as well as even a bit of ruberization. The CO2 chamber itself is sung,solid and seems leak free. I put a couple rounds of premier pointed alloy pellets through it using a rest at 20-25 feet and this thing was all over the place. Granted, it's smooth bore and really meant for BB's, but so far really a yikes moment. Will try a couple different ammos and update this review if things get better. By way of comparison - my Diana Chaser hits with the same velocity in inch groupings (definitely target 8's and 9's) at nearly twice the distance. That said - they are very different guns. Looks over substance - guess you need to chose.

Solid frame. Fun revolver that lets you bang out six pellets in a row. Balance with C02 cartridge is reasonable.

Sketchy firing mechanism and cheap, very unreal feeling grip.

By WingsAugust 30, 2019

Just made the purchase wanted something for pest. I Don't care about the writing on the barrel This is a TOY not and I am pleased that it does not look like a real Handgun. it could be Purple for all I care My concern is that it shoots well and the C02 does not LEAK.

By johnUSAApril 27, 2019

I bought this on a whim, I went out shooting with it and had so much fun. It's a good short distance training pistol, without the cost of ammunition. Fun fun fun

Weight is very realistic.

The hammer has a lot of play when uncocked.

By DanMarch 16, 2019

Great revolver for those with larger hands. Really fits well and feels solid and substantial. Several thousand rounds and everything is working well. I tend to shoot as single action, so can't speak much to double action performance. Like many airguns, I wish they had left off the writing that's plastered across the left side of the barrel. I really like the way that the CO2 fits in the grip. The whole grip slides back and rocks up and out of the way. I found that after some adjustment of the sights, I hit what I'm aiming at consistently. I'm plinking cans, so I'm not overly worried about super tight groupings.

Seems to be very solid. Fully adjustable rear sight. Surprisingly accurate. Reasonable cost.

Cosmetic issues only: Wish the "SNR 357" wasn't plastered on the barrel in an ugly font. Would have liked it if the pistol was blued, or painted black instead of the grey alloy. Silver accents on trigger, hammer and safety look out of place.

By EdUSAJanuary 30, 2019

I bought this gun for a friend of mine to practice with, before he buys a firearm. I liked it so much I bought one for myself, I think it's great.

Feels and works just like a firearm

By JoeUSAJanuary 28, 2019

I bought one as was a refurb and worth the price.. Nice construction. The handle for the cylinder sticks a little. I was impressed power and accuracy for a small barrel

CO2 efficient, accurate and a great replica.

Cylinder at times can be hard to open

By ChristUSAOctober 11, 2018

When I took it out of the mail package it was in cheap plastic packaging. Not the best start. It took Me a while to put the safety off because it was jammed. It still is kinds tough to slide. I also noticed that the hammer is super loose as to be able to move it side to side. It really shouldn't do that. The bullets are also loose in the chamber making it rattle when in movement. The casing for the co2 jammed on Me when I tried closing it the second time. Took ten minutes to pull it off without breaking anything. Other than those negative concepts, it is a real nice gun. It has nice weight to it. It looks rather real. It is metal and it does have adjustable sighting. And even though it may have some character defects, it does look real nice. I have yet to shoot it. But when I do I will comment on how it does.

Easy to use and smooth cylinder. Weight is heavy, but accurate. Solid trigger and easy to use. Adjustable sights. Looks like the real thing. It is metal.

Plastic packaging. The safety took a couple of tries to finally release right out of the package, and is still hard to release. The bullets are too loose in their chambers. The hammer is really, really loose and wobbles side to side. The case for the co2 (the handle/grip) is very loose as well.

By JamesUSASeptember 14, 2018

gun had very good power for a short barrel. Looks and feels great. Single shot is great. All metal gun except the piercing handle and grips. Got 80 real good shots out of a CO2.

Fires beautifully. 80-90 shots per CO2. Attractive gun.

I would give this gun a five but because of the piercing handle its a 4. They made such a great gun and then put a very chincy handle screw to pierce. I can tell that will be a problem because its chinsy thin plastic. Takes more pressure than it should to pierce the CO2.

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Can you install a laser sight on this gun?

asked Anthony from USA

Does it come with both BB & pellet shells?

asked Brian from USA

brand new gun. cylinder release will not this a defective release?"

asked Benjamin Chavez

I’m having trouble to move the safety and fire switch i can not move it does any buddy know how to do it please let me know thank you

asked Mario

Is it strong enough to kill a squirrel?

asked Charles from USA

Barrel is too short for distance accuracy. You'd need to be very close to it. Good luck with that. Go for something with a 6 Inch barrel minimum.

Frederick from USA

How to refill the co2 tank

asked Manish kumar

is this product requred lience in India.Price indian rupess.

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Has anyone shot darts out of this air pistol?

asked Carl from USA

Can anyone tell me what comes with this gun.

asked Michael from USA

Are you able to get extra cartridge for it

asked Tony
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