Written on: 25/05/2011
this is a great air pistol is had plenty if power and i am etremely accurate with it i can hit a tin can from about 5o yards of ...it has a nice cobernation of strong ABS plastic and good qality meal...i purchased 3 more magazine when i bought this because i go through about 500 pellets in a week and i can put a fresh magazine in after ive used the otherthis makes it alot quicker so i would defianatly reccomend buying tese spare mags...the only thing and i mean the only thing wrong which... (read more)
Written on: 23/04/2011
i bought this gun about a week ago and im very pleased with it, it feels great to hold it has just the right amount of plastic to metal ratio, its probably one of the most accurate CO2 guns out there and its Fantastic value for money comparing the "umarex cp99" which is £130+ this gun i bought was £75 brand new. Great Gun, well worth the money. (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2011
This is an Excellent Co2 Gun. It has awesome power, great accuracy and is nice and heavy. It feels good to hold, and the Double action is a great touch. Though it is alot more accurate in single action. it takes 10 bullets and uses a rotary magazine. It is nice and loud, and a little jolt (similar to a 22.). I bought mine for $140.00 New Zealand Dollars, which is a great price. was the cheapest gun in the shop. After about 50 shots the power really starts to drop. at about 65 shots you can... (read more)
Written on: 01/02/2011
i would reccomend this gun to one of my friends at the drop of a hat. it is accurate, fun, and for 50 dollars, is VERY fun o shoot. plus, it looks so cool! the ONLY, and i mean ONLY downside to this gun, is that its co2. other than that, its great!!!! (read more)
Written on: 04/01/2011
I am happy with the 357, accurate and easy to use, feels like the real thing in your hand (I was using a friends real 357 last week)... the only down side is some of the plastic parts, but then they are built to a cost are they not? (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2010 by Lochas (3 reviews written)
If you are looking for an affordable and yet accurate and well made revolver pellet pistol look no further.
Long barrel for enhanced accuracy and power.
Nice rotary magazine with a capacity of ten pellets.
Good trigger and hammer feel when cocking and firing. Perhaps because both of them are metal and not plastic.
Flawless mechanism for the present. Not a single jam after a few hundreds of pellets.
Really good price for what it offers.
The plastic handles... (read more)
Written on: 28/02/2010
super revolver il est puissant et precis!! les autres revolver plus cher ne font pas mieux, excellent pour tir de loisir avec le miens j'arrive a casser les bouteilles de verre a plus de 20M d'ailleurs ont peut augmenter la puissance en mettant une petite cale sur le chien! allez voir ma video YOUTUBE sur trinita09 (read more)
Written on: 14/01/2010
bought one and couldnt be happier. got it from pelpax.. great service too.
great range, sturdy assembly, good fun gun. i can empty it in 2 seconds... run rabbit run !!!
accuracy for this type of pistol is actually quite good considering the price.
good all rounder for any level. (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2009
GOOD POINTS of Crosman 357:
it has a heavy and robust feel to it
ajustable rear sights (although they dont move a lot- but is still enough)
good but not great acuracy (it is not a match gun - its more of a fun gun)
rifling looks nice and acurate
co2 consumption - around 50 good shots before you start arc pellets in
plastic outer barrle
plastic mag - 10 shot
little info on how to mount a scope or dot
lovely gun as i bought mine for £80 with co2 and pellets
feed this revolver... (read more)
Written on: 03/10/2008
The Crosman is a really good gun. I have been shooting mine for ages and its deadly accurate and as powerful as the day I bought it, which is very powerful. It could look a bit better but you cant have everything. For the money you get a great allround CO2 pistol. (read more)
Written on: 19/03/2008
For a beginner who wants power and have low budget. Strongly recommend the Crosman 357/6. (read more)
Written on: 21/01/2008 by teluk (23 reviews written)
At first glance an impressive looking gun that feels comfortable to shoot and recoiless. A replica of the 357 Magnum with 6" barrel it is great fun to shoot either single action or fast firing double action.
I do think it is let down by the amount of plastic (including barrel) and the fact the gun is loaded by tipping the barrel forward to insert a 10 shot rotary clip. the actual cylinder is a moulded part of the body and does not swing out like the real revolvers.
You only really... (read more)
Written on: 10/01/2008
Definitely fun. I set up a shoebox packed with an old junky demin jacket as a target stop in my home office. I can sit at the computer waiting for stuff to compile or whatever and practice my trigger work across the room. I don't get strange looks from the neighbors like when I take the rifles out back.. :F (read more)
Written on: 20/12/2007 by IowaNate (6 reviews written)
The Crosman 357/6(21) is a good gun for the money. I topped mine with a Daisy red dot scope for about $8 and it shoots 1" groups at 5 yards with Daisy wadcutter pellets. Taking the grips off and holding the metal surrounding the CO2 cylinder was a good fit for my hand, plus the warm from my hand helped speed up the pellets a bit and give me a few more shots. Not enough power to take rabbits or squirrels past 7 to 10 yards, but great for close range starlings or sparrows. (read more)
Written on: 05/10/2007 by 7w4n (1 review written)
I like this gun- a lot! I had a terrible experience with Crosman Hunting Chase Pellets and Crosman Co2, I wanted to return the gun because it performed so badly with these! But then...I got Daisy Powerline Co2 and a 500 pack of Beeman Crow Magnum (hollow point) pellets and instantly fell in love with it. The accuracy is good, I can hit a 1ft target from 25ft away, I just cant line it up to where it will hit on the target, seeing as I only have the sights it came with. But I love this gun and... (read more)
Written on: 18/08/2007 by boondocksaint (27 reviews written)
Great gun, fun to shoot, both single and double action. Great accuracy and power. Like i said though its a lot bigger than i expected, but thats no reason to pass on it. And unlike most revolving clips it holds 10 shots instead of the normal 8. I got it for $54.99 at specialtyshootingsportsoutdoors.com. Also my brother who isn't impressed by much and isn't into airguns thinks that this gun is very "gangster". So that shows you how cool this gun really is. (read more)
Written on: 06/01/2007 by CommissarHunt (9 reviews written)
This is my 4th air pistol, and 2nd CO2 pistol. I am very impressed with its performance, and with its construction. It has heaps of power initially, it can break bottle after bottle at 10 metres, at ~50 shots the power drop is very noticable. At this stage onwards the pellets bounce off tin cans and will no longer break bottles, but it can still be used to shoot aluminium cans to maybe 80 shots. At the extreme where the gun jams as there isn't even enough power to push pellet out of the... (read more)
Written on: 08/08/2006 by amurrayx (48 reviews written)
I bought this pistol after my Gamo PT-80 died. The Crosman 357 six-inch barrel is supposed to shoot 25fps faster than the Gamo did, although I can't really tell the difference in power. It is quieter than the Gamo, probably from the extra 2.25 inch longer barrel.
The factory sights could not be adjusted all the way, which seems highly unusual and a nuissance, but otherwise the accuracy seems better than the Gamo PT-80.
The triiger pull is the best I've experienced with a CO2 pistol: even... (read more)
Written on: 04/07/2005 by uzi69mm (1 review written)
My Crosman 357 helped put an end to 4 little skinkers living in my crawl space. The accuracy was a must as head shot with skunks is the only way to take them out with out getting sprayed...
Super gun! (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2005 by jcow (7 reviews written)
I recently bought the Crosman 357/ 6 gun as 'refurbished' for £40 at uttings.com. The gun is great fun to shoot, as you can loose off all 10 pellets in less than 5 seconds. The main part of the gun seems to be metal, and the grip and barrel casing are tough plastic, it could look better if it was silver, but for £40 what can you expect? the barrel started to move back and forward after around 250 pellets and this could be causing it to loose power. The co2 canister seems to give adequate... (read more)
Written on: 17/03/2005 by Android (1 review written)
I've collected various air pistols over the years and added the Crosman 357/ 6 to my collection primarily because of the power so many reviews seemed to promise. Well, the power is impressive for the first 10 to 15 shots. No more. Accuracy is superb for those 10 to 15 first shots, but no more due to the sudden extreme pellet drop. The trigger to my taste is one of the best I've handled (even compared to the expensive Umarex range), but this only serves to increase my disappointment when... (read more)
Written on: 03/03/2005 by Church (2 reviews written)
Hi there. First review on this great website, and am hoping to provide you with any and all the information you may need on the Crosman 357/ 6.
I just recently bought this great pistol at a Walmart for $40. MY first thought is, hey, dude, if you happen to have a local Walmart (I challenge you to find someone who doesn't), buy it there. It is the best price you will find for these. Especially considering online storeswill over-charge you, then hit you up for even more money, what... (read more)
Written on: 08/02/2005 by Sid Pollartd (16 reviews written)
I bought the Crosman 357/6 before I bought the S&W version. WHAT A DIFFERENCE. A LOT OF PLASTIC. In the U.S. it sells for about $35 at Wal-mart. Over here £70.
Based on the Colt Python 357, it is accurate, if a little light to hold. Plastic aside, it will give good results, can be 'fine tuned' ( to within certain limits.) Offers about 70 full shots with average ammo, and is one of those 'go on forever' plinkers. However, if you push the cleaning brush too hard, the entire barrel assembly... (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2005 by SHOOTER 89 (3 reviews written)
I bought my Crosman 357/6 from europe for 40€. The old user said it was in shooting condition and i couldn't try it in the city. When i get home and put the powerlet in the co2 gas was coming out in the gun in seconds. I knew that the seals must been blown and opened the gun. It was easy to understand inside and I found that the pipe sending the gas from the powerlet to the main valve was leaking gas caused by the bad seals. I tried to fix the problem with mine own seals. With them I could... (read more)
Written on: 25/01/2005 by Eurdaddy (1 review written)
I bought the Crosman 357/ 6 about a year ago and haven't had any problems with it. It's good for plinking around with but never the less this gun is pretty powerful at over 430 fps. It smashes glass bottles to smithereens real easy. This piece is pretty well made, being mostly composed of metal but the plastic handle isn't too strong. Great gun to have. It's great to shoot (packs quite a punch) and looks really good. Great air pistol to own. (read more)
Written on: 24/11/2004 by deerslayer (1 review written)
I bought my Crosman 357/6 at Wal-Mart last week for $40. I shot at 25 yards in single-action and was hitting aluminum cans. It's very good on CO2 at 80 shots per cartridge. I like to hunt small game with it. I like the sights on it and they seem to pretty accurate. I took it out of the package and shot a bullseye without touching the sights. I shot a possum the other day with a pointed hunting pellet and the pellet went straight through the thing. I am very satisfied with eveery thing about it. (read more)
Written on: 15/10/2004 by steves (6 reviews written)
I bought the Crosman 357/ 6 at Walmart for $40.00 and find it great for the price. I put a $10.00 red dot sighting device by Daisy on it by clamping on the sight rail. They say you can't do that, but it works great and I have much better accuracy now. I shoot it at my urban backyard range safely and have a lot of fun. my boys love it. see http://airgunaustin.blogspot.com for more info. (read more)
Written on: 25/08/2004 by Daegnor (3 reviews written)
Ok I've had the Crosman 357/ 6 gun for about 5 years and I've shot about 5000 pellets through it. I would of given it a ten but the plastic used for the handle is to easy to break I broke mine so now I'm just holding on the the co2 and a little metal that surrounds it which takes away from the feel of the gun. This doesn't happen to many people though I was just pretty rough with it it's been through a lot. Today I decided to do a test on it's grouping and here are my results.
This test... (read more)
Written on: 10/06/2004 by lon (5 reviews written)
The Crosman 357/6, in my opinion, is a great gun for just plinking around with. I use it as a target pistol too, but it's just not very accurate, even with the sights ajusted. Shooting the gun in single action can help this problem a bit. Hm, and the trigger pull is pretty good, too. Not too heavy, not too light. Just right with me.
It looks cool, is quite efficient on CO2 (60 shots on average), and is pretty powerful at 400-410 FPS. A nice touch Crosman added with this model was to get rid... (read more)
Written on: 29/04/2004 by Consumer (13 reviews written)
I bought a remanufactured Crosman 357/ 6 for less than £30. It appears to be perfect and I can't see the point of paying full price. If you are interested in one of these don't assume that it is a quality item. It isn't. Its a tacky piece of platic, but it is fun. It shoots straight and is easy to use. Many years ago I used to shoot the real thing. The action here of aiming, cocking and shooting is the same but ita nothing like a real gun to handle. If you want a replica revolver try an S&W.... (read more)
Written on: 01/03/2004 by WCRCF (2 reviews written)
Bought a remanufactured 6" Crosman 357/ 6 model from Ramsbottoms along with an F1, (the F1 has already gone back for repair after 2 shots).
The remanufactured 357 is great value at £29.95p and it was intended as a real basic plinker but now it's kind of my favourite gun. The rear sight is a great piece of, full adjustment gear, power is spot on and accurate at most of the distances that I shoot from. I do find that cocking first gives a lighter trigger and helps with accuracy.
I depress the... (read more)
Written on: 05/01/2004 by Mr shoot2kill (3 reviews written)
The Crosman 357/6 is well worth the $40 I paid for it at walmart. it feels realistic, looks realistic, and at 435 fps... very powerful for a pellet pistol. being that i'm accustumed to the accuracy of rifles.. I found it to be very inaccurate, though plinking a can at 25 feet is very accurate for a pistol. It's also very fun just to point at an aluminum plate and "machine gun" it, haha. the first 3-4 clips are pretty much full power, and after about the 6th clip, you'll notice a... (read more)
Written on: 17/12/2003 by scerbina (1 review written)
I bought this gun a few days ago and I would tell you, I was impressed. I am not an expert in Air pistols though, this is my second gun. The first one was Crosman 1008. For the price this gun (357/6) looks pretty good, heavy enough to feel like a real thing, very accurate (I guess because of its 6" barrel) and VERY powerful. This thing really blows. It also seemed to be very efficient on CO2. I could shoot more than 65 shots per a 12gram CO2 and only feel the weakness after 55 - 60 shots.... (read more)
Written on: 10/04/2003 by badbs101. (1 review written)
For the money, I was pleased with my Crosman 357-6. Accuracy is sporadic at best but I did hit a mouse from about 15 feet away in the head. This was a very gratifying shot. I can't figure out why my wife didn't want to see the result of my expert marksmanship, considering how proud I was. So it goes, my best and luckiest shot goes without validation. After this shot, I sold my Crosman and bought a S&W 586-6 in the hope of improving my accuracy and therefore my kill ratio. My accuracy... (read more)
Written on: 20/10/2002 by Elijah L.. (1 review written)
The Crosman model 357 CO2 pistol is a nice shooter and is very accurate. The gun seems to be even more accurate when shooting single stage. The ten shot clip will hold any shape pellets. Overall, this gun is a great value. (read more)
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