- 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
- Semi-auto repeater
- Manual safety
- Silver accent trigger, hammer and cylinder release
- Velocity: Steel BBs 400 fps / Lead pellets 350 fps
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity400 fps
- Ammo TypePellets & BBs
- Barrel StyleSmooth bore
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight1.92
- Overall Length8.12
- Barrel Length2.5
- Magazine Capacity6
- Rail11mm dovetail
- Front SightsBlade
- Rear SightsAdjustable for windage and elevation
- Shots per Fill100
- Trigger ActionDouble-action and single-action
- Warranty1-year limited warranty
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.
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.
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.
I was impressed power and accuracy for a small barrel
All metal gun except the piercing handle and grips. Got 80 real good shots out of a CO2.