(Login Mike17670) Crosman Forum Member from IP address 188.8.131.52
I am new to the Crosman Forum but have been around the other airgun forums for a while. I used to be a dead hard springer guy but lately I got bit by the Co2 bug. Currently I have a 2240 that Tim at Mac-1 built-up for me and I am starting to build -up a 2250 B with parts on the way. I also own a .22 cal.78G and an E9A(EB22) series .22 cal. Lots of fun!
JohnW (Login Thejohnair) Crosman Forum Member 184.108.40.206
Re: welcome , how do those 78s work , whats the muzzle velocity potential?
December 29 2011, 6:44 PM
I cant believe you're not hip. QB's (I hate to say it here) are freaking sweet. Of coarse the one Im talking about are the 78's and 79's, but they are new clones of the 160 crosman and any old school collector/shooter will tell you that a 160 is a must have. The modding potential is right up there near to the with the 22xx's and then some. Close to 900 fps has been achieved with co2 in .22 and HPA will knock your chrony over jk. But seriously they are darn near to the real deal but newer and still have that sweet trigger(clone).
Mike (Login Mike17670) Crosman Forum Member 220.127.116.11
December 29 2011, 9:16 PM
Had Tim work on it, can't remember the old numbers but I will run her through the chrony tomorrow. The trigger is very cool smooth, must be the years of service. Lots of bush bunnies have fallen prey to her.