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I started with a crossman optomus .177 495. Shitty scope, but with the fibre optic irons i could shoot a dime from 400 metres. Great gun, modded it with a rail adaptor, a 40° offset rail which i put a lasor sight on, and had a holographic reflex on. Prefered the irons. BUT the classic .22 only came with a scope. BUT its a great scope. I managed to zero it in three rounds. I love the difference in the brighness settings for the illumination and the spring loaded lens protectors. Vwry easy to yse with the clear nimbers on the scope and all. Only shot at 10 metres so far, but its very accurate and a good rifle
I almost want to dual wield them to shoot cans because i can fire both one handed, but that would be too dangerous.
So Benjamin and Crossman are very good brands, but I recomend Benjamin. I dont don if benjamin sells pellets, but for the .177 calibre I recomend the beeman pointed 8.4 grain .177 caliber pellets over the 4.5 grain crossman pellets the crossman company recomends. The 8.4 grain pointed (pointed having a small amout more pennetration, but much higher accuracy than hollow point for beeman and crossman) are more consistant, accurate, less damaged than the crossman, plus. the cardboard pack the beeman tins come in has a bubble pack with a free, fully shootable pellt for display. I give crossman a 7/10 and beeman a 9/10
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