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“Anschutz model 335/Crosman 6500”

Written on: 26/11/2013

This air rifle was imported into the USA by the Crosman company and sold as their model 6500. It is a break-barrel air rifle with a barrel lock. My rifle is in .177 caliber. The rifle is equipped with an adjustable aperture rear sight and a globe front sight. The Germans and Austrians shoot their air rifles from the standing position and this rifle is light enough to do that for extended periods of time. I would classify this air rifle as a target/sporter. It's extremely accurate and has a… Read Full Review

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“If it's the same Anshutz 335 i owned back in the...”

Written on: 07/01/2007 by eddy 2 (1 review written)

If it's the same Anshutz 335 i owned back in the 1980's, then your problem may be pellet choice, all 335's had a choked barrel, german bore which is 5.5mm, english .22 was 5.6mm, so all english .22 guns and pellets were made to match..i.e.webley vulcan 5.6mm bore/eley wasp 5.6mm.
I found that any uk pellet like Wasp/Webley would be too tight a fit,causing inaccruacy when squeezed through the choke,you would find them a tight fit in the breach, changed to german pellets like H & N super… Read Full Review

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Revread's Response to eddy 2's Review

Written on: 29/08/2010

I agree with the review given, my JGA335 of 1974 vintage is fussy over pellet choice. Best so far are H & N Field Target Trophy and also RWS Hobby. These give around 11ft./lbs. Still, must keep trying different ones.

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“My Uncle had it given to him by a woman that was on...”

Written on: 20/11/2006 by bootht99 (2 reviews written)

My Uncle had it given to him by a woman that was on the paralympics and she used the rifle I have now. My Uncle then gave it to me and my brothers. If anyone has an answer to the non-consistency could they set up another review… Read Full Review

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Dezyboy's Response to bootht99's Review

Written on: 12/10/2009

The 335 was one of the best rifles of the 1980's if it is inconsistent I am surprised, try different pellets and if you still have a problem it will prob be a worn leather piston washer making the power vary shot to shot.. these are available from chambers the gun makers ... do a google.
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<br/>This gun should be pellet on pellet right out to 40 - 50 yards.

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Wedgie67's reply to Dezyboy's Comment

Written on: 03/11/2012

i have a old 335 which i had lent to a friend a few years ago . he returned it a few months ago after he had it serviced at a gun dealer used to doing shotguns.
i took it to the local range to check the zero it would not zero in due to it dieseling very badly from 7ftlb to 12.
i striped it and i found that they had packed it with grease of the wrong kind replaced the spring with the wrong size and generally made a complete hash of it. it was awful to shoot.
i spent a week striping it and degreasing it (the trigger had been packed with grease).
i replaced the cut down spring with the correct one (courtesy of manchester air guns) put a sheet of beer can in the piston to keep the grease from creeping out of the piston which prevents it dieseling.
as it already had a ptfe piston washer from terry robb i left it alone.
after 500 shots it is running at a consistent 11.16ftlb and grouping under 1/2 inch at 30 yards(it realy needs a scope that is better than a 1970's era bsa 4x20 as the posts are too big. it now shoots lovely.

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