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Written on: 06/08/2009
Crosman 338 is very accurate when I target shoot… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2009 by cody brooks 88 (1 review written)
Crosman 338 - great aim, enough power for anyone. Power, accuracy, maintenance. However, low ammo capacity… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2008
Over all a nice piece other than the frame and the CO2 block. I've had to replace o rings twice now. Mine is a very much older version though… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/04/2008 by thejag (1 review written)
Well i'd advise a gun with a spring feed system even though i takes 6-14 ammo, it shoots well in a 90 degree angle as well as as any angle… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/06/2007 by Newbie00 (14 reviews written)
Ok, for 20 quid you can't really be expecting much from this co2 pistol. So don't buy it and say its cheap because you know what? It is cheap! Hence why it was 20 quid and not 90.
The pistol is made from two half molds made from die cast metal type of stuff. The gun is a copy of a Walther P38. The iron sights are a bit shoddy as they are thick and not properly molded. The BB gravity feed system works relatively well apart from a few occasions when you have to shake it.
To be honest the gun is… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/11/2006 by Wallis123 (1 review written)
It is the best gun I've had apart from the Daisy 454 which fell to bits after a while… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/01/2004 by humperdingle (6 reviews written)
This CO2 pistol is first and foremost, a fun plinking shooter. I just got mine today, and it came free with two other CO2 guns!! Anyway, first handling suggests that some parts, i.e. foresight and handles, are a little on the loose side. Also, the whole package is a tad roughly assembled. However, you just cannot avoid the fact that it's so cheap! On shooting the gun, i found it to be pretty accurate, even with BB's and - I think - a smooth bore barrel. Good loud crack from the first 30 shots… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2004 by Ivan helovanitch (2 reviews written)
I bought the Cosman 338 for my son for xmas 2003, after having bought myself a Gamo P800 not that the P800 is a bad pistol, boy am I green with envy. This little 338 is a cracker, very acurate for a short barrel pistol, nice to hold and easy to use and fires bb's at a fair rate. Its sturdy construstion give you the feel of a real gun and inspires confidence in the shot you take, as you relise that you can't really miss with this pistol. I think that crosman could have made the front sight out… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2003 by kakozord (3 reviews written)
At first, I thought this Crosman 338 air pistol was great with an all metal construction and powerful feel on pulling the trigger. I soon found out that it was a bit cheap with a dodgy barrel than moved slightly when you twiddled it between your thumb and forefinger. After filling the internal magazine and putting a few shots through it, it completely jammed up and would not fire at all. It took me about 10 mins to 'unblock' the mag and it kept doing this after every few shots. Also, every now… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2003 by Davison. (1 review written)
This Crosman 338 firearm is great and its the cheapest co2 gun around , its well worth buying… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2002 by Abid Hussain. (1 review written)
I was very pleased with the Crosman 338 pistol as it is the cheapest co2 pistol money can buy. You will get about 100 shots from the co2 cannister.
It is a 20 shot .177 BB rapeater, with very accurate target shooting facility.
I was not very keen on the size & weight of the pistol. It is hard to handle if you have small hands, as the pistol is big and heavy… Read Full Review
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