Survivalist

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$39.99
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CO2 Powered, Semi-Auto, BB Pistol

  • Compact Design      
  • Removable 20 shot magazine          
  • Accessory Rail         
  • Front Sight indicator          
  • Built in America         
  • Bonus holster included

 

 

Warning!NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.
  • Primary Use

    • Specifications Overview

    • Model Number40121
    • BB VelocityUp to 480 fps
    • Weight1.4 lbs
    • Length7 in
    • MechanismSemi-Auto
    • Power SourceCO2
    • Caliber4.5 mm
    • AmmunitionBBs
    • BB Magazine20
    • BarrelSteel
    • Front SightFixed
    • Rear SightFixed Notch
    • SafetySlide
    • ColorBLACK

    Average Rating

    3.90 out of 5 stars
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    Rating Breakdown

    Excellent
    50% 5 reviews
    Good
    20% 2 reviews
    Average
    10% 1 review
    Poor
    10% 1 review
    Very Poor
    10% 1 review

    Survivalist

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    Awesome for the price!

    By Anonymous

    2014-06-05 00:39:29
    Not a bad little puppy. Was quite surprised. Although you have to pull the trigger a mile and a half to get there, it lets you know just before a very light and consistent firing point. I can't reall describe how good the trigger feel is when you do get to that point. A fairly decent shooter can be quite accurate with this little thing. Really makes the mountain dew cans jump. As a grownup with my own kids now, I gotta say it made me feel 12 again!! And for those complaining about the co2 seepage when changing the cartridge....Turn the screw faster. Good grief. What do you expect for $40??
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    By john

    2014-05-30 14:28:14
    the gun is OK but when you put in the co2 all of the co2 will come out until you screw it fast and the magazine on mine just broke after doing nothing. it will not go in and i tried to get it in. the magazine or the mechanize is broken after leaving in its holster for a day and not shooting it. ONLY buy this if you want to get a gun for fun shooting, for about a day or two or a movie prop
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    By AirGunNut

    2014-05-15 20:09:26
    Cool pistol. I like that it comes with the bonus holster.

    @rchampion_13-you can buy a 2 pack of spare mags at Walmart. I think they may be available on the Crosman website too.

    Loading the CO2 is a bit tricky, which i my only issue.
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    By Bob

    2014-05-05 18:14:48
    Some difficulty loading the CO2 cartridges but gets better with practice. Clip failed the 1st day of use but Crosman agreed to replace under warrantee. All things considered, not a bad buy.
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    Dreadfully Disappointed

    By Disappointed

    2014-04-03 14:58:40
    It is IMPOSSIBLE to insert the CO2 cartridge without it all leaking out. Because of this foulsome irritant DO NOT BUY this gun. I have several Crossman BB guns and the cartridges all load easily with a simple little hiss and not like this beast that blasts all the CO2 out until it is seated!
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    By rchampion_13

    2014-03-14 21:03:24
    It's a great pistol. The only problem I've had is, the magazine/clip. Where might I find one. My old one always drops the pellets. Other than that it's great for its price.
    If there is a place that sells mags for this please let me know
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    crossmen co2 air gun

    By ken

    2014-02-16 15:01:32
    the survivalist great for the price
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    Co2 not easy!

    By Beth

    2014-02-05 13:53:18
    I love this pistol but it really hard getting the Co2 cartridge in without it all leaking out before its in place! That's the only thing I would change on it!!! Great feel in my hand!! I would reccomend it but it's not very easy to fix!
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    By ray

    2014-01-16 13:33:43
    great verry pleased
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    By ray

    2014-01-11 18:55:56
    great ptstol very happy with it. i have 3 other bb guns.crosman 38t 1988 crosman 760 pumpmaster , daisy rider , daisy856. i take them to camp fur the grand kids,everyone has a ball with them . this one is better.

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