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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 3:00 pm 
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Location: port colborne. ontario.
i like to leave a cheap gun out in my garage for testing out the targets that i make. Canadian tire had these on for $89.95 today. so i used the $40.00 i had saved up on my card and it ended up only costing me $60.00. i haven,t tried it yet but wondered if any body had one and how they were. i watched a few you tube reviews but would like to actually here from somebody. thanks.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 5:08 pm 
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I got one years ago at Cdn. Tire. Came in a kit with 4 rotary mags. & shooting glasses. No complaints with it. For the price it is a nice plinker. I get around 50 good shoots on one Crosman CO2. So the 4 - 12 shot clips are perfect. Load them up & shoot away. I found it to be accurate on my indoor range. Only thing I would say, is like all CO2 airguns, it is temperature sensitive. Make sure you keep your CO2 warm, (but not too hot). So might not want to leave the CO2 in the garage.

If after using it for a while, you still like it a lot, there is a wood stock you can buy for it. Install is easy, just 4 screws. Wood makes it look nicer. But it will double the price.

http://www.canadashootingsupply.ca/cros ... stock.html


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 6:49 pm 
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BB1Shooter wrote:
I got one years ago at Cdn. Tire. Came in a kit with 4 rotary mags. & shooting glasses. No complaints with it. For the price it is a nice plinker. I get around 50 good shoots on one Crosman CO2. So the 4 - 12 shot clips are perfect. Load them up & shoot away. I found it to be accurate on my indoor range. Only thing I would say, is like all CO2 airguns, it is temperature sensitive. Make sure you keep your CO2 warm, (but not too hot). So might not want to leave the CO2 in the garage.

If after using it for a while, you still like it a lot, there is a wood stock you can buy for it. Install is easy, just 4 screws. Wood makes it look nicer. But it will double the price.

http://www.canadashootingsupply.ca/cros ... stock.html

thanks bb. or maybe I could try my wood staining mod on it. check out what I did to a cheap little daisy rifle I got for free. in the mods and repair section.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 8:02 pm 
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Just be careful. Wood is nice, and it costs almost as much as the airgun.


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