Crossman 3576W Revolver [ 177-cal ] Reviews



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Crossman 3576W Revolver [ 177-cal ]


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Reviewer: CapnsDog
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i’ve owned one of these for the last decade or so and it has never failed, never jammed, the only issue i ever had was that after a decade of use and cleaning the paint has chipped a little. It is easily cleaned. I like the dove tail along the barrel for accessories, which can handle up to even a large rifle scope. I bought it for scaring off critters while camping and it has worked VERY well. the only reason i wouldn’t by another one is because this one is sure to last at least another decade.


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Crossman 3576W Revolver [ 177-cal ]


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Reviewer: Bon S.
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This gun is a great buy and is very loud and powerful it has a dead aim. You can hit birds right out the tree. Looks just like the famous Dirty Harry movie 44. magnum hand gun . well do you feel luckly you will when you buy it!

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Crossman 3576W Revolver [ 177-cal ]


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Reviewer: Dan
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As good as it gets as far as a pistol that’s,

dependable,

inexpensive,

fun,

powerful,

good looking from a distance,

and fairly accurate.

Actually very accurate for a pistol without spending a lot of money.

Of course the Gamo looks better at over twice the price and double that and you have a gorgeous Smith and Wesson but I doubt either one is much more fun to shoot.

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Crossman 3576W Revolver [ 177-cal ]


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Reviewer: Carter Davis
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If you like to hunt with air pistols this is not the gun for you. But if you like to shoot targets and love air pistols this is a great gun for you. the only bad thing is that you half to mess with c02. But other then that is shoots great. This is also a great gun to teach beginners gun safty.

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Crossman 3576W Revolver [ 177-cal ]


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Reviewer: Karl Cline
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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Crosman 3576 [vs. Colt Python]

Modedled on Colt Python

.177 caliber pellet [vs .357 caliber gunpowder cartridge]

435 fps (max)

Break top loading (insert a 10 shot rotary clip) [vs. 6 shot rotary drum]

11.38″ overall length [vs. Colt Python is 11.4″]

32 oz. weight [vs. 43.5 oz]

aluminum and plastic [vs. steel]

You can get 40-50 good shots per co2 cartridge, more on a hot day.

Most of the gun is aluminum, with an engineered plastic for the barrel shroud and grips. the gun is an almost 1:1 replica of the Colt Python. If you preload the rotary clips ($1.00 each from Crosman) you spend very little time reloading while shooting. It’s a good thing ammo is so inexpensive, especially compared to gunpowder cartridge for the Colt Python [about $1.00/50for pellets vs. $9.50/50 with 38 specials or $32.00/50 for 357 magnums]. If you desire more “realism” when shooting you can reload the inserted clip each time it is empty without removing it from the gun, or just buy a Gammo R-77.

The gun is fully accurate enough for plinking. I use only flathead pellets to shoot at paper targets. as the gun has only 2 ft.lbs. of mussle energy,[vs. 250 ft.lbs. with 38 specials, or 600 ft.lbs. with 357 magnums], and I feel that is not enogh for hunting.

Double action is smooth at about 4.5 lbs., and single action is super smooth at what I would consider to be a “hair trigger” setting. Some people have reported an annoying rattle with the grips, which I havent noticed as long as the grips are back on fully. (Of course their ears are probably a lot younger and less abused than mine.)Contrary to what some have said this gun is NOT semiauto. It is a revolver with a very light trigger pull, and if oyu shoot very rapidly you may find you have some pellets in yor clip when you are done. It skips over some slots when you fire too rapidly.

An enjoyable low cost gun for any age shooter.

cline007

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Crossman 3576W Revolver [ 177-cal ]


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Reviewer: darren thatcher
Recommended: Recommended
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Had one of these, was not near as durable nor as accurate as the old 38T . The only advantage was in reloading time, much faster. Did not seem to have as much power as the 38T, but was a fun gun to shoot and you could swap out barrels of different lengths.