Crosman 38c 1st variant Metal rear sight and cylinder 1964-1973 [ 22-cal- ] Reviews



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Crosman 38c 1st variant Metal rear sight and cylinder 1964-1973 [ 22-cal- ]


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Reviewer: kurt
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Very real and heavy. I like the way it shoots, very mechanical.The way the pellets load and spin is direct and mechanical..Simple Revolver replica. I expect to get the kit to refit it soon.I found this along with a 338 and a plainsman for 70 bucks all 3! The sight is very heavy duty, metal, and everything else is too! One of a kind..


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Crosman 38c 1st variant Metal rear sight and cylinder 1964-1973 [ 22-cal- ]


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Reviewer: GEO
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Got one for 50$ in an old store down here. Came with the box and everything. Nice heavy combat revolver. Feel like real, looks awesome, very well made inside, big strong parts. I just replace the hammer spring and its was like new with some little scratch.

Shoots around 350 fps. You can’t shoot long magnum pellets. It does not enter and block the revolving of the magazine. Got to stick with regular 22 pellets. The magazine does a nice hard click at each of the 6 chambers when turned. The hammer is big and does a solid sound when cock too. The trigger is really sharp and strong, it hurt the finger after couple of shots. The metal rear sight makes all the style, and works well. Nice rifled barrel. Solid plastic grip.

Things i liked: the look and feel, vintage gun, .22 repeater. power at close range. The metal rear sight.

Things to change: the plastic grip (easy to replace for wood), more power(hard to achieve), more accurate.

Conclusion: Big vintage revolver for close range power plinking, BUY IT!!! if you can…