Frederick Dunn: Interesting... nice comprehensive review here... I really appreciate the
refresher... thank you for taking the time to share your expertise and
Frugle Toogle: Is there a rifle similar to this? Bolt action co2?
Bautista Prea: will this kill a pigeon?small hunt
VicariousReality7: Why would it not have any power on the first shot
liomatt1: How many FPS?
myairgunreviews: The first thing to try is a different pellet.
myairgunreviews: I thought you were talking about the barrel band.
Frank Imperiali: Hi TYVM FOR SHARING nice video a question please I want to purchase but it
look like a lot of plastic I was thinking of the benijamin eb22 I see it
has metal n wood what do you sayTYVM
KevinMillard68: cool , i used to have a 10 inch on my 2240 works good but i wanted to go
back to the more compact pistol, my 1377 that i modded up is more my kinda
gun now so my 2240 doesnt get shot to much anymore.
myairgunreviews: 443fps with 14.3 g Crosman Premier
Curtis Hill: just get a 2250b highly customisablee and capible of taking rabbits out to
50yards straight from the box
VicariousReality7: What? How? Is the piercing nozzle moving in the gun?
JPVegh .: The first shot pierces the CO2 cartridge alowing for the gas to flow for
the following shots.
mitchlaw1210: Great review..thankyou, I just bought one of these... I know what you mean
by loud ! Just done the calaculations on the power.. 14.3 grain pellets
averaging 443 fps = 6.2ft lbs energy...more than uk legal limit...guess
mine will be a little less powerful than that. Wanted to get wooden hand
grips too, but can't find any for sale anywhere in uk...have decided to
make some. Hopefully will make a good job of it !
I'm Simon: I use Crosman Premier Hollow Points in my 2240. It is my favorite airgun by
far (I have a half a dozen)...
Martin Longstreet: Can you use other oil other than pellgun oil? I have this other airgun oil
from a brand called Gamo in a cleaning kit.I'm so sold on buying the 2240
I'm writing to $anta today.
TigrrrTamer: air resistance increases to the square of speed... and because alloy is
much lighter, they slow down much much faster than lead. for this reason, I
would be much more interested in a standardized test that measures the
speed at 10 meters (yards) instead of at the muzzle. (need to know how to
aim so as not to mess up your chrono, of course. lol) I have a hunch that
by the time you're at 10 yards, the alloy pellets will have slowed down to
a speed that is slower than the lead ones.
myairgunreviews: EB22 has a brass barrel. Get a 2300KT.
KevinMillard68: how far away are you shooting from to the target, if you are to close you
will have problems with any gun, a pellet when fired drops down then comes
back up but it takes about 15 feet before the upswing happens so you need
to be at least 20 feet or further away from your target also always aim
just below the centre to hit the center this gun has kick up in it aka
recoil, so you have to compensate for the recoil/flip as well.
myairgunreviews: I put a 10.375" barrel on it with a muzzle brake and could drive Tack's
with it at 10 yards.
KevinMillard68: did you try recrowning the muzzle sometimes crosman does a really crapy
crown well ok 99% of the time,
myairgunreviews: 18'. After I modified it I shot at 28'.
Sean C: Informative, thank you.
crocop5247: Good Video! Like that gun lots I already have a 1322 so this would go
nicely with it.
PunchPressQueen75: Nope. The Benijamin is brass, or at least, the air tube is. I used to work
at Crosman HQ in the machine shop and hardly ever saw the finished product.
BUT I did machine the tubes for sure. So I know they are brass. The 2240 is
metal (barrel and tube).
myairgunreviews: It should work ok.
myairgunreviews: Try RB Grips.com or you can phone crosman and order them from the custom
Review, Crosman 2240 22 Cal Co2 Target Pistol, Shooting & Chrony Test4.6
out of 5