Ratdog 305: Another good no nonsense review. Crosman and a bunch of others do not recommend you tighten the CO2 cap with a screwdriver or coin. Hand tighten only. I have a Powerline in 177 that is a tack driver. When I get one of these it will be interesting to see what it can do.
Alejo Cuchia: i love this gun, the quality is good for the price, i hope to get the custom one which looks like high quality, i have a question, how do i know when my when the co2 seal is worn, do you have a picture? thank you...
enri sinojmeri: Y not can it or not thanks
Rascal77s: Great informative and comprehensive review Kenny. I'm looking for a co2 pistol and decided to buy this one based on your review. Always nice to see someone as interested in shooting as I am. I'm happy to subscribe to your channel. I shoot mostly rimfire and centerfire, but I purchased a crosman 1377 6 months ago and have really enjoyed it. I'll tell you a short story about that 1377 if you care to read it.
I signed up for an air gun silhouette match league at my local range. When I got there I noticed a bunch of people with both large and small scuba tanks. I wondered if I somehow got the date of the match wrong. Then I noticed people filling up their guns with the tanks. I questioned one guy about the gear and discovered PCP airguns (and the prices lol). So everyone had these awesome pcp guns and I had a $50 pump gun. No problem. I soon realize that I was going to need 10 pumps to consistently knock down the metal critters. Then the math occurred to me; I have to pump it 100 times, load pellets and take 10 shots in 150 seconds and I need to repeat this 4 times. No problem lol. I ended up getting 28/40. I think I could have done better if not for the facts that my left arm was about to fall off and the web of my right hand was bleeding from the abrasion of the backstrap. The experience was well worth a little bit of suffering, but it is not an experience I will be repeating. And that in a nutshell is why I'm buying a 2240. Sure it's not a pcp gun, but close enough.
enri sinojmeri: Can this gun kill a hawk
Hamradios: You ONLY need the CO2 cap finger tight!! There is no reason to tighten it down like you did. All that is going to do is distort the seal!
Jenniffer smeds: Does silicone oil work as pellgun oil?
GHF51: Does this last a long time if taken care of? with like 30 pellets a month fired from it on average
Mike Knight: thx brother for review
AirGunWarriors: I got to shoot a 2300Kt from the Crosman Custom Shop this past weekend and it was just amazing! It has the standard length Crosman barrel and the accuracy blew me away! When holding the 2300Kt, it felt of excellent quality! For under $100.00, you can't go wrong! I would like to have the 2300Kt with the 14+-inch barrel and carbine butt-stock option! Thanks for the awesome review!:)
Frederick Dunn: Interesting... nice comprehensive review here... I really appreciate the refresher... thank you for taking the time to share your expertise and experience...
myairgunreviews: 443fps with 14.3 g Crosman Premier
liomatt1: How many FPS?
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.
VicariousReality7: Why would it not have any power on the first shot
myairgunreviews: It should work ok.
myairgunreviews: Try RB Grips.com or you can phone crosman and order them from the custom shop.
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 !
Curtis Hill: just get a 2250b highly customisablee and capible of taking rabbits out to 50yards straight from the box
Review, Crosman 2240 22 Cal Co2 Target Pistol, Shooting & Chrony Test5
out of 5