Written on: 05/06/2009 by tontal
The Crosman Auto Air 2 is the best pistol I've used. Accuracy and weight very good. (read more)
Written on: 06/11/2008 by boliboy (1 review written)
When I adjust the powerlet the C02 gas vanishes. Any advice? Is it a rubber seal that is missing? Please write me.
I live in Bolivia where it cost $70 and they didnt give me warranty (read more)
Written on: 03/12/2007
for the price its decent, if u just want a powerful gun to mess with this works for u, but if u want a solid sturdy gun go with the daisy powerline 617x (read more)
Written on: 05/02/2007 by Seward (13 reviews written)
My gun only lasted a year even with all the pellgun oil I could put through the thing it still developed a severe leak. After taking it apart I discovered the hart of the gun was the same as my Daisy 93. That gun was also short lived because of a bad leak. This gun was kind of fun to shoot for the short time it lasted. It was never very accurate even with high end pellets but how could it be with the worst trigger yet. It was betted suited to firing BB, because you needed to use the whole... (read more)
Written on: 05/11/2006 by steady
I like the auto air, and I think that its more worth buying than very expensive co2 guns. I have repeatedly hit a grape on a string from about 30 feet, so close range accuracy is good. Treat it good and don't take it apart or it will shoot parts in your face! A decent co2 pistol. (read more)
Written on: 12/01/2005 by Silvio Braga (2 reviews written)
The Crosman Auto Air 2 " pistol" is likely a child's toy to shoot indoors. It's the worst one I have ever purchased. And to close my opinion, even it's manual I have lost I was unable to download it from Crosman. (read more)
Written on: 16/06/2004 by Twycross (1 review written)
OK, the good points first. The Crosman Auto Air 2 only costs 35 dollars if you buy it at a local sporting goods store, perhaps 5-15 dollars more if you buy off the internet. It can hold up to 17 BBs in the internal magazine, and I get about 70 shots out of one CO2 powerlet in mine. In addition, it can fire BBs semi-automaticly, and pelets or darts single-shot, and at 480 fps for BBs and 430 fps for pellets, it has plenty of power for a pistol. However, the exterior is made entirely of... (read more)
Written on: 07/02/2004 by JJ from support (4 reviews written)
The Crosman Auto Air 2 was also my first air gun. At the time I thought it was the best thing ever. I had no problem disposing of diet coke cans (full, we shook them up and shot them and watched them Fly or explode). Due to the low power, whenever I shot at a beer or soda bottle, the bb's would bounce off immedietly, no harm done to the bottle, only a slight tilt of its side was visible. .177 pellets were also weak compared to today's mid range air pistols, which in turn are Squirt guns... (read more)
Written on: 26/01/2004 by kmillard (34 reviews written)
ok lets rate this thing here
1 great beginner gun
2 lots of power
3 use's the co2 very well
4 you can hot the 10 on the targer well if you take time and line the back site up properly.
5 Too cheaply made, no recoil to it hard to pull the trigger. For a 100.00 dollar gun its not bad could use some improvement on the looks and could use a looser trigger and a hammer that pulls back.. (read more)
Written on: 13/01/2004 by Pyro (1 review written)
The AA2 is a brilliant weapon for which all beginners can really enjoy and appreciate. It's fun to use and easy as ammo and gas are fairly cheap. i bought mine for £30 from a friend with 5 tanks of gas and 1000 BB's. It's great for target practice. It's excellent because it takes the more destructive pellets aswell as 18 BB's. You can also use scopes. But it's a bit log and doesnt really resemble a real gun. Accuracy isnt great either after a short distance. (read more)
Written on: 24/06/2003 by Ray.
The Auto Air 2 has good ammo capacity , its efficient on co2 and ammo is cheap. It is compatible with several ammo types including : darts pelletc bb's , etc.The auto air 2 isnt accurate beyond 10 yards and performs poorly in cold weather. (read more)
Written on: 07/09/2002 by werewolf.
The Crosman Auto Air 2 is a great 'plinking' gun for a beginner (or someone who does not know if they want to be a shooter). Easy to load and use, the ammunition is cheap and the gun is fairly accurate (esp. for the price). It doesn't look very nice - but what do you expect for £40? (read more)
Written on: 02/06/2002 by Jing Cha.
This Crosman Auto Air 2 CO2 pistol is pretty cool. It was my first BB Gun. I bought it when I was in Catholic HS off of a Chinese guy who wanted to trade it for porno. I only payed $15 but that was a real deal because this gun, besides the springs inside, is made relatively well.
My first act of indecency was to run outside and bust a hole in a squirrel. This gun had the power to punture squirrels easy. Squirrels are a test of a BB GUN's power in that their tough hides are difficult to... (read more)
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