Crosman 664x Powermaster Reviews



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Crosman 664x Powermaster<


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Reviewer: tres
Recommended: Recommended
Thumbs Up: 58
Thumbs Down: 77
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I have 2 of these. 1 is an older Model Circa 1991 (you can tell by looking at the Serial #) and one is of the newer models. Both are very accurate.

Good thing about the multi-pumps is there is no recoil found in the springers. No recoil means better accuracy. The older model was passed down from my brother. It has to be one of the most straight shooting in my collection.

It’s best to pump at the same amount each time..(this gun recommends 10 pumps Max)

I use Crosman .177 HP’s. They seem to be the most consistent ammo.

Mostly plastic construction, but neither has failed me so far. Very light. Good plinker and varmint control for close range Ground Squirrels and Tree Rats as well as Winged Rats (Pigeons)

I believe these have been outdated and now called 760’s.

Nice light and accurate.


Review on:

Crosman 664x Powermaster


Star Rating:
Reviewer: tres
Recommended: Highly Recommended
Thumbs Up: 112
Thumbs Down: 133
Posted On:

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I have 2 of these. 1 is an older Model Circa 1991 (you can tell by looking at the Serial #) and one is of the newer models. Both are very accurate.

Good thing about the multi-pumps is there is no recoil found in the springers. No recoil means better accuracy. The older model was passed down from my brother. It has to be one of the most straight shooting in my collection.

It’s best to pump at the same amount each time..(this gun recommends 10 pumps Max)

I use Crosman .177 HP’s. They seem to be the most consistent ammo.

Mostly plastic construction, but neither has failed me so far. Very light. Good plinker and varmint control for close range Ground Squirrels and Tree Rats as well as Winged Rats (Pigeons)

I believe these have been outdated and now called 760’s.

Nice light and accurate.