Crosman 2100 – Full Review

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. 

In part 2, 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. 

In part 3 I got a chance to do some hunting/pesting with the gun, and offer my opinion on the gun’s effectiveness.

Purchasing Links (best prices I found).

        

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


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