Crosman 2250 to the rescue!!!!

Crosman 2250 to the rescue!!!!

Joined: December 21st, 2004, 5:13 pm

February 12th, 2007, 12:21 am #1

This time around, I decided to shoot my 2250 which has a brand new breech and trigger blade. It's a very fun inexpensive airgun to shoot, normally in the summer she shoots 14.3 gr. Copperhead Hunting pellets @ 575 f.p.s. with the cold weather here in the N.E. she's down to 500 f.p.s. That was still enough muzzle energy to take out this pesky rat from 10 yards!

Happy Hunting,

Eddie

This one wiggled around for a minute before saying "Good Night"

OOOoopps wrong tin of pellets in pic!!

Crosman 2250 .22 cal., Crosman Copperhead Hunting Pellets 14.3 gr.
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Joined: November 21st, 2002, 4:39 am

February 12th, 2007, 12:52 am #2

What kind of brake is that? Did you have to shim to make it fit on that skinny Crosman barrel? I have a MA modified valve laying around and trying to figure what I want to put it in. Maybe a 2250 project with a brake like yours to keep the noise down.

Brent

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Joined: January 7th, 2006, 12:20 pm

February 12th, 2007, 9:57 am #3

This time around, I decided to shoot my 2250 which has a brand new breech and trigger blade. It's a very fun inexpensive airgun to shoot, normally in the summer she shoots 14.3 gr. Copperhead Hunting pellets @ 575 f.p.s. with the cold weather here in the N.E. she's down to 500 f.p.s. That was still enough muzzle energy to take out this pesky rat from 10 yards!

Happy Hunting,

Eddie

This one wiggled around for a minute before saying "Good Night"

OOOoopps wrong tin of pellets in pic!!

Crosman 2250 .22 cal., Crosman Copperhead Hunting Pellets 14.3 gr.
Nice shooting keep the good work up!
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Joined: December 21st, 2004, 5:13 pm

February 12th, 2007, 9:22 pm #4

What kind of brake is that? Did you have to shim to make it fit on that skinny Crosman barrel? I have a MA modified valve laying around and trying to figure what I want to put it in. Maybe a 2250 project with a brake like yours to keep the noise down.

Brent

Brent,

Thanks, that muzzle brake came from The U.K. try www.targetsports.com, but please keep it on the "DL" (down low)!

Eddie
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