Written on: 05/06/2010
Anyone know where to get a grip for over the c02 simce i lost mine?
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Written on: 28/06/2009
Ive had this Crosman C40 pistol for over 4yrs now with no problems. Great gun, heavy natural feel and fun to use… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2009 by JamalDog87 (25 reviews written)
I got this gun used, but still it should work. The hold gun is made out of plastic and so it wears out quick. The little screw thing at the butt of the gun that pushs the co2 in, was no good and would not load. Look for a gun that has a metal grip… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/01/2009 by mikeelli (1 review written)
Crosman C40 looks and feels very realistic when somewhat compared to the average 5" barrel pistol. Nice practice for handling the real thing.. Jams continuously unless I hold the top of the barrel (part that flips up) down into the main part. I plan to take the thing apart and see what I can do to jury rig it. Very fun to shoot when it works as expected. I'm currently looking for the schmatics for it, so I can replace the piece that fell out, that prevents it from operating in single action… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/07/2008
I generally don't like this pistol very much. It is a fairly heavy gun with a really stiff trigger. Takes a decent amount of pull to get it to shoot. With it being that heavy, it makes it pretty hard to shoot fast bursts.
I found the accuracy to be pretty far off also… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2006 by Overrev (4 reviews written)
Our club bought 6 of these to be used for timed and rapid fire targets. Absolutely the worst pistol we have ever seen… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/06/2006 by Jouko Yliruusi (1 review written)
I bought two Crosman C40 CO2 Pistols. They function very similarly.
The pistols seem nice (in pictures and in use) - truly beautiful -but in practice, they are far from good or even average quality. My both pistols jam continuously. I have tried six different pellets, but the results have been quite the same: both pistols jam equally (2-5 of 8).
I have three other air pistols (and three air rifles), and I have never faced such jamming problem - never! According to my (over 30 years)… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2006 by 4444 (1 review written)
I just got this Crosman C40 pistol today and I was very pleased with the weight and accuracy, this baby weighs 2.5lbs… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/02/2006 by OldSchmuck (1 review written)
I have a 9mm Beretta and I wanted to get used with the timing before going in PPC shooting. Neither my single-shot FWB C20 or Crosman 2240 could help me so after reading the reviews on this site, I ordered a C40.
It is a deal at that price. Instead of a the regular plastic clone, I got the tool I needed for the practice I had in mind.
I saw a P99 at my club and believe me, it doesn't even come close to the C40.
The loose grip is a pain in the butt . I think I'm going to carry stripes of… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/02/2006 by ansiporta (2 reviews written)
A speed loader for the Crosman C40 makes for easy control of the cats intentions of my feline pedigree, no but seriously. This replica is fantastic I boast maybe I buy too cheap. Children love at bbq tho.... I LIKE! - Happy New Year to all… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2005 by matty boy (1 review written)
Someone has just given me a matched pair of Crosman C40's and they are fab it looks so real and the trigger is not that stiff. The safety is like the real thing but it doesn't stop anything when there is no co2 in it. Overall it is the best gun you can buy it can shoot 8 shoots in 2 secs (but I got it in 1 sec 30) it is a fab gun and don't worry about anything and the right grip only is lose when there is no co2 in it but if it is still is loose just bend the clips in a bit that are on the… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2005 by rob3dr (18 reviews written)
I have been shooting the Crosman C40 for a month or so now, and this is a great plinker/trainer pistol. Full size and heft of a 1911, so it's great for practice without burning up 45ACP ammo. Sights are fully adjustable, and the gun gets great accuracy in my 15 yard range. The pistol is semi-auto, but the trigger pull is a bit heavy on semi, so I use the hammer between shots. Shoots 7.9gr CPL's at around 400fps. Not enough for hunting of course, but perhaps very light pest work out to 15 yards… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2005 by Particle (2 reviews written)
First of all, the Crosman C40 CO2 Pistol is no toy. Its power is incredible for a CO2 pistol with unbelievable accuracy to boot. The sights are fully adjustable, with compensation to adjust elevation and/or windage all at the same time.
The gun is quite heavy, being made entirely out of zinc alloy, except for the grips and levers (safety, mag release). The CO2 mechanism appears to be steel, so I guess that makes a liar out of me. The finish of the gun is like that of brushed aluminum along… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/04/2005 by ansiporta (2 reviews written)
This is the first gas operated pistol I have ever owned. I bought my crosman C40 airpistol two weeks ago and have found it to be a very stimulating high power shooting substitute for the back yard, as the young and old will testify at BBQ gatherings at my place.
The accuracy I have found to be very good at 10 metres for the first three mags. (In My Opinion) What more to say except, "GREAT PISTOL" and Not a Toy.
Well the Crosman C40 claims to be styled after one of the worlds most popular… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2005 by tmbechtel (3 reviews written)
The Crosman C40 is a clunky, heavy American product (the norm), but it is well constructed and very fun to shoot. It really packs a wallop for a pellet gun.
I saw all the review on the loose right grip. I bought this (and a Walther CP 99) a week ago after reading all these reviews (helpful, thanks). Right grip notwithstanding, it was a great choice, especially for $105 US. Yes the grip is loose, but it is meant to be, unless a CO2 is installed. With the CO2 bottle in place, it is tight… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2004 by Lindsay Fergusson (1 review written)
I bought a cb40 around 2 years ago just for the use of plinking. It was great. My first airgun looked like a real pistol, had the weight of a real pistol but the shooting accuracy was pants. I have been shooting rimfire rifles pistols since I was five, so I obviously knew that an airgun wouldn't match the accuracy of "real guns". I have lately come to realise that my inaccuracy was down to the pellets, and since I got some crossman accupell, I can shoot 10p's at 20yards...consistently.
Another… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/10/2004 by LDMak90 (1 review written)
Just got the Crosman C40 2 days ago and already went through 500 pellets with it. I call it a weapon because with a new CO2 cartridge at 435 fps or better, this baby is NOT a toy. I like the adjustable sights which seem to stay very accurate and I appreciate the power/accuracy of the weapon. This is single and double action and even the double action firing is easy and smooth. Not too hard or jumpy.
The loose right grip that everyone is complaining about caused me about 15 mins of… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2004 by Dave017 (3 reviews written)
R/H grip. Just got this gun and the R/Hand grip is rubbish, sat down and before I had shot a slug came up with a very good fix.
1 find a magnet, thin magnet
2 FRIDGE MAGNET (yes nice and thin and got them all over the fridge)
3 Place magnet into grip and fix in place with sticky back pad ( dont use glue incase of return under warranty clame.)
4 works brill as magnet will stick to CO2 leaver
Dave… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2004 by SL33pyRiceBoi (9 reviews written)
I own 9 pistols, When I review guns... I know what im talking about. [own: Crosman 1008b, C40, 357 revolver; Gamo PT80, P23, Auto45, V3; Walther CPS, CP99]
If you are interested in buying this gun I will tell you how to get it for really cheap at the end of this review.
oh... where to start... this is probably the BEST gun when it comes to performance, accuracey, power, and feel… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/05/2003 by Ed. (1 review written)
I bought my c40 about a week ago and already ive gone through 2000 pellets! ITs ridiculously fun to use and very accurate. Its speed is also great. There are some problems for example the right grip is always loose. It can get irritating but you forget about when using it because of its "fun factor". All and all the crosman c40 is a veery nice gun with the feel of a real handgun… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/04/2003 by Rupert. (1 review written)
I went ahead and bought one because I was satisfied with the reviews it got and the price on airgun express was pretty good (56 plus shipping). Overall its a very nice piece. Heavy build, sleek finish, looks bad ass. I dont have a problem with the serrated trigger, I dont think the trigger pull is too stiff either. The sights on it are nice (full adjustable rear - windage/elevation; blade ramp front). The pistol is sufficiently accurate to my tastes which are pretty demanding. It puts the shots… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/04/2003 by cg. (1 review written)
How are the walnut grips crossman makes for this pistol… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/01/2003 by AdamJ. (1 review written)
Overall for the money this a great CO2 pistol. Average pricing puts it below $100 in the US. It fires accurately, although mine did need about 100 shots to 'break-it-in'. Double action is hard to keep accurate, single action is great. My biggest complaint about this pistol is the right hand grip. It is a piece of plastic that clips onto the CO2 lever. When a CO2 is loaded the piece is farily stable, but it can wiggle around. When no CO2 is loaded the piece can even fall off when you pick… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/11/2002 by Bear. (1 review written)
The Crosman C40 is a similar pistol to the 1008, but is built of zinc alloy, with greater attention to finish. Internal parts are steel, rather than plastic, giving the pistol a similar "heft" to the S&W 4506. My pistol has proved extremely accurate, considering it has a relatively short barrel. It can consistently group 5 shots inside 12mm, centre-to-centre, from a rest. In single action the trigger is quite acceptable, letting off crisply and fairly lightly. Double action is heavy, still… Read Full Review
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