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Written on: 26/01/2011 by mehalstead (5 reviews written)
I was a little wary of this gun as i had heard that the original Ratcatcher was more of a plinking toy than a serious 'rat / rabbit stopper'. Lightweight, flimsy and underpowered were words that kept popping up. Also, having recently parted company with a Weirauch HW97K that i loved in terms of accuracy and power, i was pretty much convinced that having asked a local store to get one in for me to look, i would look, put down, and buy something else!
However, i take it all back having now… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/09/2008 by 56K HERO (1 review written)
Let me begin by saying that Cognition is just a dumb UKie, so don't listen to his foolishness. You can't buy a better pellet rifle than this one for under 200 bucks, I assure you. Since you can pick them up for 130 or less, that makes it a phenomenal buy. I took mine straight out of the box 3 days ago, installed the el-cheapo factory scope, and I've been shooting sub 1/2 inch groups at 10 meters without any upgrades or any of that custom nonsense that the UKies poop themselves over. The gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/07/2008 by yayo755 (5 reviews written)
Great gun for any application. 90% accuracy excelent power .22 cal rips through targets and small game like nothing great gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/07/2008
I own a theoben imporater underlever rifle - £800+++ compared to what you get for your money with the crosman it is mind blowing… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2006 by creggsteffler (1 review written)
Again, the air cartridge leaks like crazy. This thing is a piece of rubbish… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
The Crosman 2250XT air rifle is a good "Fun-Gun". I have mine fitted with the carbon fibre moderator - very quiet. Good for rats etc., but only out to about 15/17 yards due to lower power.
Excellent for jumping tin cans (I never did grow up).
Looks good especially with a moderator. Tidy "Ratbag" you can buy for it, only £20, fleece lined etc… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/09/2005 by beer can killer (1 review written)
The Crosman 2250XT is the first CO2 rifle I've owned. After sighting in the scope, this gun fired consistently and accurately. It feels smallish but handles O.K. I wasted two air source tanks trying to get it to stop leaking air (hissing) were it screws into the gun. The third tank went in and sealed right up (no hissing). Maybe because I spread a bit of gun oil on the piercing surface of the tank. I'm disappointed that the air source tank can't be stored ON the gun. What if you don't want to… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2005 by Lightning22 (6 reviews written)
I bought my Crosman 2250XT air rifles with the intention of modifying it and using it for quiet pest control.
Like one of the previous reviewers I bought a valve from cooper-t.com which allows me to both cut off the gas to the rifle and also refill it from my paintball fill rig. This has cut my running costs dramatically. Unfortunately I couldn't get cooper-t to export to the UK where I live, Jim from Crooked Barn arranged it for me, top bloke!
So far mine has gained a re-crowned, freefloated… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/12/2004 by laciakita (2 reviews written)
The Crosman 2250XT gun is awesome, look at the price and see what you get, its a steal.
I purchased a shut off valve from T. Cooper so that I could take off the power source bottle, when I am finished using it.
I am a big fan of the Crosman 2240, owning a Tomcat and several mod 2240's.
The 2250XT is well worth the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/11/2004 by Vasco (4 reviews written)
Just got my Crosman 2250XT this past week from Airguns of Arizona for $115. What a delight!
This little gun is lots of fun and extremely accurate. It is a 22 caliber single pellet gun. The documentation rates it a 550 FPS and it is powered with Airsource CO2 bottles from Crossman.
Initially I was a bit concerned with the power of the gun but the larger caliber makes a huge difference. While my Tech Force 66 (rated at 750 fps) would only "dent" the pressed wood plank I use to hold my target… Read Full Review
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