This is part 2 (of 3) of my Crosman 2100 Classic series. In this vid, I put two different pellets, as well as steel bb's, over the chrony to see how fast they fly. I also tested the gun for accuracy using those same ammunition, shooting 10 shots for each at 25 yards.
The Crosman 2100 is a multi-pump pneumatic air rifle. It was known as the Crosman 766 when I was a kid. The gun is assemble in the United States, and is made from parts both foreign and domestic.
Here are the Manufacturer's specs for the gun: Power Source: Pneumatic pump action Mechanism: Bolt Action Caliber: .177 Ammunition: Airgun Pellet / Steel Shot BB Magazine: 18 BB's Reservoir: 200 BB's (located in the Pistol Grip) Weight: 4lbs 3oz Length: 39.75 in. Barrel: 20.84 in. Rifled Steel Rear Sight: Adjustable for windage and elevation Front Sight: Fiber Optic Safety: Cross Bolt *Maximum Velocity: BB's up to 755fps. Pellets up to 725fps Warranty: 1 year
*A NOTE ABOUT PERFORMANCE AND WARRANTY. Many factors affect velocity and accuracy, including ammunition type, size, and weight of projectile,
lubrication, barrel condition, indoor/outdoor shooting and temperature. Best accuracy and performance are achieved at 33 feet or under. This airgun has been inspected and test-fired at the factory. Crosman products are quality constructed. We stand behind this product with a limited one-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. See warranty provisions inside.
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