steinderbush: Hello Ken, I want to buy this gun, i live in the Netherlands This gun is also cheap in my country! My question is , could this gun be upgraded to a nitro piston, perhaps later!??
myairgunreviews: The CO1k77X comes with a Scope
Larry Eyster: Thanks for your answer about the box of old clothes. Next have you ever changed a spring with a gas spring.
Larry Eyster: What do you fire the pellet into when testing sound and trigger pull
fuhrer l: What is the range
fuhrer l: Try using precihole rifles
Tim inman Inman: I know you reviewed the (Hatsan Edge Springer .22 cal. version that was $119.99 but you should review the (Hatsan Edge Vortex).177 version that's $99.99 right now I think that's a really good deal.One of the best for under $120.00 HECK MAYBE under $140.00 check it out u will be the first to do so.
Snoozing Lion: Thanks for taking the time :)
Bmonz: what weight pellets do u use for this gun ?
Bryan Morgan: OK I bought this rifle from Wal-mart for $85 and got a can of Gamo Rocket 9.6 grain pellets put a 3-12x40 AO scope on it fixed the trigger with a 5x8x2.5 bearing and it is a very accurate rifle thank you for very informative videos on how to fix these Crossmans to be great rifles
SuperEpicAwesomeness: I'm wondering if i should buy this rifle or a Ruger airhawk. I'm mostly going to be using it for indoor target shooting.
Bryan Morgan: What's the feet per second on the 9.6 Gamo rocket pellets
Rudolfo Bosmuler: Changing the trigger adjustment screw for a slightly longer one (about 2 mm longer) is also a good and cheap way to improve this trigger.
David Chouinard: Im thinking instead of a washer you could just wrap a thin strip of electrical tape around the piece as many times as desired, any idea if that would work?
AlexanderPews: Hey, what is the difference between this rifle and the Crosman Vantage? They look incredibly the same!
Jimmy H: Your reviews are great, Thank you. I'm tossing up between this and the Ruger Air Hawk for targets and pests. Would like your opinion. I'm new to the game so I'm not confident enough to modify the trigger and don't want to buy better scope etc. So, Which rifle is best straight from the box?
Ovy Licker: the gun is perfect the way it is forget his trigger crap talk $80 bucks u cant beat this gun its on amazon..BA BAM!!!!!
Kevin Grimbeek: Hello Kenny. I followed your suggestion to the letter wrt modifying the trigger machanism with equally good results, albeit at the expense of my warranty! Then I had a mishap, whereby I accidentally set the trigger off while the gun was roostered and broke the spring! Living in South Africa, the only spring I could source was 4 3/4 inch's longer than the original, so I cut it to a just fit whist roostering.I also fashioned a very tough nylon bush as a shock-absorber for the "less than perfect cut end" to protect the spring guide at the rear of the rifle. Without a chrony I can still tell that my rifle is hitting so much harder now and accuracy at full rest with the H&N 9.26 grn Crow Magnum's is = to a dime at 20 yards! What's your take on this? Kind Regards.
Michael Butler: Nice review, friend. Apparently, Crosman's claim that using other ammunition other than Crosman and Benjamin may damage gun is false? I have a bunch of Daisy ammo, but going to pick up some Gamo Rocket soon. Thanks for the tip. I just got this rifle today.
Review, Crosman Optimus 1200fps .177 Cal Air Rifle and Trigger Fix5
out of 5