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Great gun for the price. Got it on sale for $100. Once I sighted it in with good ammo its been nothing but reliable and accurate. For cheap ammo I highly recommend the Crosman Wadcutter 500ct. Very accurate and cheap. More accurate than the Crosman Destroyer but the Destroyer is also a good pellet. DO NOT BUY the Daisy Pointed pellets. They would not hold a 2ft grouping at 20 yards. If you want a hard shooting, accurate, and affordable gun, go with the Big Cat.
This air rifle surprised me with its accuracy and power. Very good product, especially so, considering the low price. Only one thing that I would recommend to Gamo is, if possible, reduce the weight a little. I obtained best results with Gamo Hunter pellets.
I bought the full black version of this gun at accademy for 25$. I had a 20$ gift card so i was like ok it looks cool. So i got it home and put the scope on it(I AM HORRIBLE WITH IRON SIGHTS) And shot. It wasnt accurate at first but after ajusting it i can hit cans that are up to 30-40 ft away. I highly belive the gun is strong enough to kill a squirrel or most birds. Personnally i think mine was just as accurate with bbs as it was with pellets. the glasses the gun comes with is very good. ... Overall a great gun.
I wanted one for 40yrs, bought myself the Christmas gift. Great little bb/pellet gun. Strong and accurate. Squirrels on my roof have to go. It's light weight plastic unlike years ago when the stocks and pump were made of wood. The trigger is a little hard, might make you pull it to the right. With time your kid will get use to it. Perfect for my use. Academy had the best price anywhere, ordered on-line fast and cheap...cost less than 40 yrs ago too...lol
i bought this gun today. it works great it said on the owners manual that it was going to be noisy and off target till you put at least 100 pellets threw it. when i shot it it was not loud and after sighting it in with 10 shot i put three shots in a bottle cap from 40 yards it is a great gun. but there is two things it would fix. i would put a better scope and the first time i cocked it was really hard but then easy after a few times of cocking it
I bought this rifle just before Christmas. Really, didn't know if it was going to serve me well for squirrel/rabbit hunting or not. After mounting a 3-9X40 scope, I happen to have laying around, on it. And, cleaning the barrel out. Its accurate enough to harvest squirrels at about 35 yards. I like using this over my other guns for small game because there is no loud "bang" to scare off other game.
I love these guns, but you need to know a few things to fix to get the most out of them. Mine had the black paint overspray inside the front of the barrel. It needs to be removed with a Q tip and solvent to get the best accuracy. If you like to do your own gun work, there are instructions on internet airgun forums to make the gun much easier to pump. I did the one that changes the one heavy valve spring to a two spring set with a lighter inlet valve spring. This is so simple it should be done at ... the factory. Has the same power with a lot less effort to pump.
I bought this air rifle back in the early 70s. It cost $34 back then. Keep a little Pel Oil on it ever so often and it's always good to go. No telling how many squirrels I've taken with it. Mine is a .177 caliber but obviously a .22 will have more knockdown power. There's a lot of airguns on the market today but in my opinion you can't beat this one.
This is the sixth, seventh, and eight Red Ryder purchased for the latest three grandkids born this year. I grew up learning about how to respect and safely handle a firearm with the Daisy my parents gave me. I passed that legacy on to my kids and now to my eight grandkids boys and girls alike. Daisy is a great company with great products and Academy provided the most value for the dollar.
Every kid should have a red ryder. Probably the longest lasting bb gun ever.
Purchased this Christmas 2016 for my kids. Still loved, still in great shape. Who doesn't want a Daisy air rifle for Christmas? I'm thinking of adding this to my own wish list!
I've enjoyed practicing and getting the sight lined up with the BBs (50 per load, 1 pellet at a time though). I also bagged my first squirrel with a pellet 3 weeks after receiving the rifle from UPS. Everything works well and I'm enjoying keeping the squirrels out of the bird feeders.
After a bit of research, decided on this as a target and pest rifle. Liked the FPS rating and the 3-year warranty (better than any others I saw). Need to tweak the scope a little but so far, so good. Thankful for the muzzle silencer because this little beast is still pretty loud!
Overall I was pleased with the gun, but the initial sighting in was difficult. The scope mount system wasn't well thought out. The mount needs to be to a rail and not hard cut into the body. This caused misalignment of the scope such that I had to adjust the elevation to the scope's limit before I was near center target. Finally got to center, but the adjustment is barely two threads engaged. The best thing is it held a tight pattern.
Ive owned this rifle about a month and im pretty impressed! Its been years since ive shot a pellet gun and decided to get one to shoot with my son. This one was a lil too big for him so I got him a youth sized rifle. Ive only got it sighted to 30yrds and its pretty accurate at shooting a 3 inch target. Im sure ill get better cuz im still a lil shaky when I shoot. Ive read complaints about the sight but I think the sight is decent for what youre paying for. After around 80 shots this rifle starts ... breaking in and shoots well so dont get frustrated with the accuracy in the beginning.
Hornet .22 with scope, bought a case at Academy since we take this to our cabin for squirrel. Got it dialed in at 40 yes. Good grouping on the rest and don't even alert the neighbors when those little hickory nut waters find me within range. Good Investment, need one more for the wife!
this gun is frikin awsome . It never jams and very powerful. I had it for almost a year and still delivers on every shot. Even after all of the wear, tear, drops, and damage it knocks down cans, full water jugs, thick beer bottles, squirrels, birds and made nieghgborhood cats walk away limping. Tip:dont load 3 pelets simultaneously or you will need too take a part to relaese jammed pelets like me
I bought a Ghillie for BB battle and my old sniper rifle (3 years old) broken in a middle f a battle and got shot in the head and I needed a new cheaper one so I bought this... its awesome.
Very nice rifle, trigger job a must, very good power, scope is average but satisfactory.
I've had this rifle for about a year and after a good break in , it is very accurate , quiet and packs a wallop , trigger on mine loosened up after a few hundred rounds and the scope has been fine but I am switching to a 3-9 X 40 Simmons I have collecting dust - just to help with more close in situations , i paid a ton more for mine so if you are on the bubble about purchasing - go for it and put some pests to rest or some bunnies in your tummy ( had to ) , again great gun from a great company . ... Oh and I liked it so much I have the .177 and am thinking about the .25 just to round out my toys .
I definitely recommend this rifle, this was my own Christmas gift and I am very pleased with the results
I purchased this rifle after researching all "break barrel" .22 offerings under $100. The "Shockwave" has surpassed my expectations for an "economy" rifle and tho it is still early in the break-in phase, I can put multiple rounds thru the same hole at 5 meters off a bench rest and keep most "in the black" at 10 meters all using inexpensive pellets. I expect this will improve after I complete the first 500 or so shots. My only complaint with the rifle is the miserable excuse for a rear ... sight... I will be disposing of this plastic abomination and replacing it with a Williams peep sight in the near future. The scope included with the rifle is excellent, but I am an "Iron Sights" sort of guy...
I bought this thinking I would just trash the scope, based upon other reviews. If you perform the break in period as suggested by the manufacturer, this gun and scope perform flawlessly. I couldn't be happier.
My wife got me this rifle for Christmas about 4 yrs ago. I have shot over 2000 lead pellets since then with out any problems. I mostly just target practice with it but it is powerful enough to take care of pest up to a raccoon. My grandkids love to shoot water bottles and coke cans filled with water. They break open with great force keeping them entertained.
I like the weight of this rifle and how easily the scope is to sight-in.
I purchased the rifle a month ago. It is to replace my 35 year old original, which is in need of a rebuild. The quality, fit , finish, and materials is excellent. I didn't care much for the plastic trigger guard but it serves it's purpose. The rest of the rifle is true to the original and shoots just as well. The price was pretty stout compared to the newer rifles on the market but it is built of real steel, brass, and wood. There is a bare minimum of plastic that seems to be prevalent in the ... newer rifles. I hope that this one lasts as long as it's predecessor.
Had one of these as a kid 50 years ago. Still quality made. Great for training my grandson. Worked perfect out of the box. Perfect choice.
Delivers a ton of power and is very accurate! Gophers don't stand a chance.
It's a great gun it's a little heavy my son loves it
I've probably put over 1500 pellets downrange and it still works like new. Mine was very picky about pellets, though; It took me about 6 months to find a pellet that grouped consistently past 30 yards. Now with Crosman premier ultra magnum pellets I shoot coke cans about 4 for 5 at 70 yards. Make sure you tighten down the stock screws and recoil pin though because I had major problems with accuracy and poi shift until I tightened them. Just wish they had this in .22 BTW: The stock pictured is ... not the correct one. This model has a stock similar to if not the same as the one on the crosman fury.
I got this gun today and with 30 min on my hand i had 4 kills with it (there no iron sight )
I got this for a Christmas present and although I wish it was a little lighter it is a VERRY sturdy gun and is super accurate I would highly recommend it for plinking or small game hunting
I've had my Crosman 2100B rifle for about 10 years now. I previously owned a Daisy 880 when I was a teenager, but always wanted the 2100B because it was a little more powerful and better looking. I've done a lot of target shooting and a little squirrel/bird hunting here and there. The Crosman 2100B was always up for the challenge and never failed. I bought a cheap air rifle scope to make it even more accurate. As long as it's treated well and lightly oiled every 250 shots or so, it'll last ... for a LONG time. Keep in mind though, it's definitely a full sized in length and weight so younger kids may have difficulty shooting it. I bought my 10 year old son the 760 Pumpmaster instead which fits him much better.
Academy had the lowest price and free shipping! I ordered it about 2 weeks before Christmas and it arrived in about 7 days. Rifle shoots as well as guns that cost twice as much!
I bought this gun for my husband for Christmas. He loves it!