Crosman Sierra Pro [ 177cal ] Reviews



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Crosman Sierra Pro


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Reviewer: Steven
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This is a very nice looking Air Rifle! I bought it on sale for $120. At sportsmans. After only 100 shots ( the first few were very loud)it started grouping a nickle at 12 yards. It will smooth out ,I have no doubt. I am using Premiers (Heavy).

There are some that say heavy pellets will kill the spring sooner.I say that may be so but before I have to spend a few bucks on a spring a lot of pests will hit the ground with a THUD! I like it and would buy another one. I would Recomend this air rifle.Yes I did Modify the Trigger…that is almost a given on the B19 platform.


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Crosman Sierra Pro [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Rich
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I purchased this air rifle back in ’07 for around $110 for squirrel control around my property. Although it is Chinese made (what do you expect for that price) it has worked flawlessly. The Crosman scope, probably made by CenterPoint, is fairly basic with an adjustable optic lens and has has done the job with decent optics.

The only thing I did was swap out the trigger for a GRT-III which greatly increased accuracy. It is an inexpensive gun that is always by the door since I got it, ready to keep the varmit herds under control. Other than an ocasional lube and retightening the stock screws, I really have not done anything to it. Its always been a dependable, light weight, easy cocking air rifle that has not given any problems at all. A rough guess would be at least 4000+ pellets through it since I’ve had it. Crosman still sells this same gun under the Remington Summit name.