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  1. 5 years ago
    i had been looking for a decent pellet gun for weeks and this was shoots a good 1250 fps and VERY accurate. i also highly recommend the Red Fire pellets for the best accuracy. overall, amazing gun!
  2. 5 years ago
    Great rifle
    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.
  1. 2 years ago
    Excellent Pellet Gun
    Bought this Gun on sale and after using it I would have paid double. Excellent Gun very powerful and accurate.
  2. 1 year ago
    Powerfull but heavy
    Bought it on sale at store for $55.00. Hav'nt get it zeroed in yet but heavy for a pellet gun, powerful but loud even with the mussel break
  1. 2 years ago
    Crosman - Crosman .177 Caliber Pneumatic Air Gun
    bought this a month ago and did not know it came with eye protection,targets,bb's and pellets.great price,does not fill cheep
  2. 1 year ago
    Great little airgun
    I bought this just to have something to shoot cans in the backyard with my nephew. pump is great and bearable enough for an 8 year old to pump it quite a few times.
  1. 2 years ago
    Bought this for my grandson's b'day. The scope mounts were too wide and would not tighten down on the rail on the top of the gun. I had to use a pair of pliers and squeeze the mounts closer together to get them to tighten down. They are still not as tight as they should be. It's a good thing I was there or he would have been out of luck.
  1. 3 years ago
    Awesome piece
    Best pellet gun I've ever owned, have had more expensive ones, this one looks and works better by far.
  1. 1 year ago
    Excellent air rifle!
    Was about to buy the Ruger Yukon from another site which is dedicated to air guns when I saw that SA had the .22 cal model I wanted on close-out. I saved a few dollars which was great and received a gas piston air rifle that is much better quality then expected. I'm an air gun nut with a huge collection among which are several high end German air guns. This Ruger stands on it's own very well. Buy one and enjoy it.
  2. 2 years ago
    just what I was hoping for..relatively quiet but remember this is designed to be a 25 yd gun...not long was quick..6-7 days
  1. 3 years ago
    Decent Air Rifle
    Bought this a few days ago, and tried it out. Great feel, and comfortable too. Everything is worth the price, though maybe except for the sights, which doesn't suit me very well as I thought it would. As described in the product description, the front sight is elevation adjustable, and the rear is windage adjustable (down side for me, I'm better of with a still front sight, and a elevation & windage adjustable rear sight). It's good and accurate if you're experienced with peep sights though. ... read more Gonna buy a new set of sights for this rifle soon. Picatinny rails are also a plus for more attachments.
  2. 3 years ago
    Awesome and powerful
    I bought this gun about 1 month ago and it's been great. Very powerful. I have recommended it to several friends.
  1. 1 year ago
    Its a great rifle great accuracy ver y good for target shooting hunting and more
  2. 3 years ago
    I definitely recommend this rifle, this was my own Christmas gift and I am very pleased with the results
  1. 9 months ago
    Great gift idea!
    I bought this for my little girls birthday and I am so glad I did. It's a gift she can have for years to come. Growing up in the South every kid needs a BB gun and this one is a great value.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great for the outdoor little girl
    This is a great product for the outdoor little girls. My daughter is 6 and is "tickled pink" about getting this.
  1. 3 years ago
    I absolutely love the gun. It has amazing power, consistency and ergonomics. The scope is great. I use Diabolo Jumbos, and they're fantastic. My one qualm is that everyone else on youtube seemed to have received a strap along w their gun, but mine didnt come w one -- strangely upsetting... perhaps due to the sheer size of this gun! it's nothing short of a high-powered deer rifle in feel.
  2. 5 years ago
    Powerful and quiet
    This is my second Crosman break barrel gun, my first "Benjamin" brand. My spring piston Crosman quit working after 20 years, so that ain't bad. Squirrels have started eating right into the wood siding of my house. I've cut back the trees but need to thin the squirrels out! Tried my old Crosman spring piston .177 but it had lost it's accuracy entirely. I will miss how easy it cocked and it's very crisp trigger, but it's in my gunsafe on retirement for now. Bought this Benjamin Trail NP All ... read more Weather at my local Academy for 229.99 plus a package of rifle targets and a tin of 500 Benjamin hollow-point .22 pellets. Pros: -I have now put 70 pellets through it and it has become unbelievably quiet. Holy cow. It makes less noise than my childhood Daisy multi-pump gun did if I gave it only one pump and was shooting BBs! It sounds about like what I'd expect a suppressed .22 LR to sound like. -Accuracy (so far tested out only to 30 yards) is so good you won't believe it. A little erratic the first 30 shots. Now will stack .22 holes in the bulls eye touching each other. I'm out of practice, but I am sure it will eventually be possible for me to shoot 20 shots into a nickel sized hole at that range. Maybe a dime if I use my bench rest. That may not sound too awesome to someone reading this who is a varmint hunter expert, but I'll be the first to say I'm not a good shot. The limiting factor here is the shooter, not the gun! Look out squirrels! -Power is tremendous. I am shooting 14.3 grain hollow-point .22 lead pellets. They should be doing about 800 FPS. They are going right through 3/4 inch plywood. They have even started to blow the back out of a second sheet of 3/4 inch plywood I laid behind the first one to protect my cedar fence. The energy they are delivering to target must be tremendous. Lots of wood chips on the ground behind the first plywood sheet and even some shards behind the second sheet of plywood! I had better build a real backstop -Easy to mount and sight in the scope. -Easily to install the sling Cons: -No iron sights. While I was working my way through the break in, a squirrel ran across the yard 5 feet from me. He'd be as dead as fried chicken if I had iron sights. No bigee - how often is that going to happen? -The only issue with this gun: the trigger. Whereas my old spring-piston gun had about a 3/16 inch of trigger travel, I am not kidding when i tell you the tip of the trigger on this gun goes through every bit of an inch. I didn't measure it, but that's my guess. At first I was literally having to let out my breath, pull it most of the way, breathe, let out my breath, settle down and pull it the last 1/4 inch. I think I have now figured it out /gotten used to it. Crosman describes it as a two stage trigger and indeed, once you pull it back 1/2 the distance you can relax your trigger finger, and the second pull of the trigger will be very easy until the trigger breaks. I guess for cost reasons they did not put in a noticeable click/detent at the first stage. A two trigger system such as is on some hunting rifles would also have been a nice way to go, but again expensive. What you have instead is a vague and very long pull. With practice I have been able to get into the habit of pulling it most of the way/setting the trigger before even thinking about letting settling my breathing, and then once there, I settle down and finish the last of the trigger pull. There is an adjustment screw which the manual says will shorten the "length of the second stage" but I have not found adjusting it to make a difference, unless it's already as short as possible and turning it clockwise would somehow make it even worse! I will have to get a proper tool to adjust it some more and see what happens. Verdict: All that aside, this is a very quiet, very accurate, hard hitting .22 pellet rifle with a trigger you have to learn to use. I would definitely recommend the gun to friends but I would share that observation. If you know that trigger will drive you nuts, buy another gun.
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