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Written on: 02/04/2008 by Camp (1 review written)
I got this second hand for free, it was rusted on the barrel and the seal for the cartridge rotted. I cleaned it and blued the barrel and made a new seal. I'm now very happy with it, contrary to other reviews mine is very accurate and with the new seals is very powerful. Trigger pull is a hard but being used to a Glock it's not a problem. Disassembly and oiling helps alot… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2007 by woods767 (1 review written)
I bought this pistol as a first CO2 pistol of JSR for under £20, and for the price, you get a lot. Its a very rugged pistol which can be fired practically maintenance free.
My first impressions on firing it was how powerful it seemed to be, shooting through and out the back of tin cans at 5m, i think the steel BB's i was using had something to say there. However, on attempting target shooting, the sights were way off, and they are fixed with no adjustment. Hmm...
But that doesn't matter… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2006 by VANDAL (6 reviews written)
I had this Crosman. 338 Semi Auto BB repeater gun over ten years ago and I did not know they still made them. I got it in a trade for a Daisy 693. This gun has the power you want, with good accuracy, good looks and mine was full metal construction. However, there is no spring to push BB's into the chamber, they simply roll in by means of gravity. This is unacceptable as you may or may not fire a BB when it counts, also sometimes you think the gun is empty of BB's but one will remain, and… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2005 by krazyturkey (3 reviews written)
I bought the Crosman .338 Semi Auto BB repeater quite a while ago, and for a beginners gun it is exellent. BB's go straight through both sides of a bean can with astounding accuracy, but if you're thinking of buying one, look at it in the shops and make sure the front sights don't move to the side, as it's very annoying. If you want a nice powerful beginners gun, go for this one… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/09/2004 by bob abc123 (1 review written)
I bought the crosman 338 not to long ago and overall I am very pleased, it has a good power for a first co2 gun very accurate, bb's will go through both sides of a bean can and straight through a magazine. I am very pleased that it was only £40 and I know my fair bit about guns because I have had three rifles and four pistols I would recommend this gun to anyone that wants a fairly powerful accurate gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2004 by Consumer (13 reviews written)
The Crosman. 338 Semi Auto BB repeater is a classic example of something that is cheap and nasty. Mine was free with a couple of other purchases from Ramsbottoms. If I'd paid anything for it I would have thought I was wasting my money.
It is a metal moulded replica of a pistol. There is no rear sight adjustment and the front sight is a piece of plactic pushed on to the end of the barrel which moves. You can not make it accurrate with the sights supplied. But thats OK because the trigger action… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2003 by Bertie (27 reviews written)
Available from J. S. Ramsbottom for £19,95, this Crosman .177 smooth-bore may well be the most toy-looking of the current crop of CO2 pistols. Nevertheless, a good quality toy solidly constructed of a hard black plastic material but has a steel barrel and trigger. The "hammer" is purely decorative and the pistol works in DA mode needing a surprisingly light trigger pull.
With a 7 1/2 inch sight line, very good accuracy up to about 10 yards can be achieved with Crosman Copperhead BBs costing… Read Full Review