Crosman 38t 2nd variant, [ 22cal-plastic-rear-sight-and-cylinder-1973-1976 ] Reviews



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Crosman 38t 2nd variant, [ 22cal-plastic-rear-sight-and-cylinder-1973-1976 ]


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Reviewer: Tom Mabon
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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As I said with the 38c it is a rare gun in the UK and you will pay a premium for a nice one. But in my opinion well worth the cost. Like the 38c it has a narrow trigger that can cut into your finger in double action but unlike my 38c my 38t is in .22 and it’s much easier to load the pellets. As I said before if you are looking for a nice revolver give it a go it makes a nice change from all the semi auto clones on the market. In closing I would just like to say to Crosman could you please bring back some of the revolvers you made in the past like the 38c+t and the cowboy guns you made.


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Crosman 38t 2nd variant, [ 22cal-plastic-rear-sight-and-cylinder-1973-1976 ]


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Reviewer: Kreigmeister
Recommended: Recommended
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I have had this gun since I was a teenager, I am now 48. Reasently the seals gave out and I put new ones in and they hold better than the originals. This gun is still pretty accurate for It’s age. I had heard that these guns are leak all the time. That’s not the case with mine. It has been over two days now and it still holds c02 strong. When the gun was new it wouldn’t hold overnight. This gun has gave and will give me hours more of shooting bliss, and if you’ll exuse me it’s target time!!!

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Crosman 38t 2nd variant, [ 22cal-plastic-rear-sight-and-cylinder-1973-1976 ]


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Reviewer: darren thatcher
Recommended: Recommended
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Don’t know about the .22 version, but this model in .177 was the first gun I ever purchased, got it brand new from a Coast to Coast hardware store in about 1978 .

Was very accurate as I recall and had decent enough power for squrills at close range.

Never did jam or misfire. I seem to remember that pointed pellets could not be used.

Anyway, best I can remember ( like 25 yrs ago ) it was a good gun. If I ever run across a good specimen in .22 I will probably buy it to add to my collection. Can’t recall whatever happened to my old 38 T .