Does anyone here have a Crosman 262 or 180?

Forums Springers, Pumpers, C02, & Vintage Does anyone here have a Crosman 262 or 180?

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    Birdkiller
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    I am thinking about getting one. For those who own them or know who has one or shot one, how good does it shoot. There was a video on 262 and the guy said it gets good groups. I am thinking about a co2 rifle for summer hunting. I also may get a Crosman 140 blue streak or 392. But if you have a 262 or 180 tell me the groups your getting. Thanks. 

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    spysir
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    I’ve owned a couple of 180’s , the best was a sear’s model in that it has cope grooves ( most 180’s do NOT) and the better trigger like on the 160 or QB.  Excellent rifles! All of them group well though I really need a scope, even the direct sear trigger was pretty good but the adjustable is much better.  Two power settings on the coking know and some ( look for the extra screw in the cocking knob) have further adjustable power. When the Co2 get low it dumps the remaining gas, a feature I very much liked, much better than having to fire it down after the poi changes. Also very easy to work on and most all parts are still available somewhere or another.

    John

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    DavidEnoch
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    The Crosman 180 is one of my favorite airguns. They are very accurate, get a lot of shots, and are fun,  on half cock. The 3rd generation with the safety on the trigger guard is most desirable. 
    David Enoch

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