Crossman C41 CO2 BB Gun Ultimate Review
Crossman C41 CO2 BB Gun Ultimate Review And Lowest Purchase Price
This Rugged Crossman C41 BB gun is a fairly accurate representation of the Walther P38 as used by the Germans in WW2. The gun comes in a nice box instead of a typical plastic clam shell. I personally prefer this as i can get to the pistol without destroying the packaging. Plus you have a nice reusable box to keep safer for a long time.
The C41 is construct of metal except for the plastic hand grips. The company has done a nice job simulating the wood pattern on these grips. It also features a functioning slide that is purely decorative and serves no purpose at all. And The trigger on the C41 is double-action-only with a smooth pull and a fairly good release.
- Weight: 2.00 lbs
- Overall Length: 6.75″
- Capacity: 18 round(s)
- Loudness: 3-Medium
- Barrel: Smooth bore
- Front Sight: Blade
- Rear Sight: Fixed
- Scopeable: No
- Suggested for: Plinking/Fun
- Action: Semiautomatic
- Power plant: CO2
- Velocity: 495 fps
- Repeater: Repeater
- Body: Pistol
The C41 features a blade and ramp style front sight and a fixed rear sight. The magazine release button is located on the bottom of the pistol grip near the clip, while the safety switch is on the right. The safety requires you to push in first then slide it on or off.
The Crossman C41 uses a 19 shot magazine. This magazine is the same one used in the Smith & Wesson MP, Beretta Elite II and the Crossman C11/C21/C31 guns. There’s no mounting rails on this particular pistol for adding accessories like flashlights, and lasers or sights..
The Crossman C41 is powered by a single standard 12g CO2 cartridge inserted into the hand grip behind a pull out grip panel. The grips on this style of CO2 storage can start to become loose over time.
To load the BB’s into the magazine is easy. Just pull the sliding follower all the way down until it catches and stays locked. Drop BBs through the hole in the magazine until full. Next put the clip into the gun and you should be ready for fun.
Sometimes the locked follower would not unlock and no BBs could be fired. This seems to be because the hook on the bottom of the follower is a bit too aggressive and hangs on to the bottom of the magazine.
The fix is simple… After loading BBs into the clip, make sure the hook is released before putting it into the gun. This will require a bit of fidgeting with the hook a bit until it gives in.
One more odd occurrence with this pistol is if a clip is released with BBs still in it. What occurs is a BB will drop out of the magazine well. This seems to happen because the top BB is released from the magazine when the magazine is inserted.
The Testing and Testing Methods:
- We’ll be testing the accuracy
- shots per CO2 cartridge
- Trigger Pull
- BB velocity
- and loudness of the pistol
- Temperature of the room is 73ºF .
- For accuracy the pistol will be used in a gun rest.
- A new CO2 cartridge will be used.
- Five shots will be fired with a 15 second rest between shots.
- We will be using Daisy Premium grade BBs which have given us good results in the past.
- The target will be set for 15 feet away.
- Shots per CO2 will be tested by firing shots with 15 second rests, till the performance of the pistol wanes.
- Trigger Pull will be measured with a trigger gauge in lbs of force.
- BB Velocity will be measured as an average of 5 shots through a Shooting Chronny
- Loudness will be measured with a dB meter.
- Accuracy: 1″ grouping
- Shots Per CO2 Cartridge: 110-120 shots.
- Trigger Pull: 6.1 lbs
- BB Velocity: 435 fps Average
- Loudness: 97 dB
The C41 is a pretty good BB pistol. It’s metal construction adds to the realism. It provides good accuracy, high shots per CO2 cartridge, and it won’t hurt your money that much.
And one more nice thing with this pistol is you can buy extra clips for it. A pack of 2 will set you back about $16
- Decent accuracy
- Metal construction
- Good CO2 Usage
- Ambidextrous Magazine release
- Fidgety magazine spring release
Way Above Average
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