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Gun Review: Crosman 357, The Best CO2 Pellet Revolver
The Crosman 357 CO2 pellet revolver is a big gun. Almost too big. The distance between the grip and the trigger is just a little too far for small hands to be comfortable. Other than that there is really not much to complain about with this gun. At a price of less than $60 it's a lot cheaper than other CO2 revolvers, and they're BB guns, not pellet guns.
This CO2 revolver holds 10 pellets and clocked in at a velocity of 402 FPS with regular lead pellets, which is not much less than the 435 FPS claimed on the package. Certainly a lot better than the Gamo PT-85 Blowback pellet pistol, which has a claimed 450 FPS but only clocked a velocity of 354 FPS on a chronograph with standard lead pellets.
What others have said about the Crosman 357 pellet revolver:
"Great gun for small pest control. It looks like a real gun and gets the job done. I use this pistol every weekend and I've had it for almost 1 year. It still works as good as new."
"I'm very happy with the revolver. It has the right amount of weight to make it have good balance. And it's sturdy enough to hold up under several years of use. Looks authentic.
"I am more than satisfied with this revolver. I have shot several types of pistols, even real guns, and this is my favorite. I love it!"
"This is great for gun safety training. I wish they made one of this as an airsoft gun."
"This gun is absolutely amazing. It is amazingly realistic, fires like a dream, never jams, and has amazing power. I would not recommend it to anyone under the age of 16 or someone who is inexperienced with guns. This gun is very powerful compared to other CO2 pistols or revolvers, and easily deserves the same respect as a .22 caliber firearm. I have killed several animals with it, just using the iron sights alone. It's an amazing target gun, as well as for small game hunting and pest control."