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Old March 18th, 2009, 19:38   #16
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Curious, but has anyone else here actually used a Crosman R76?

I have. It fires 280 out the box, just like a TM. Leave everything alone, run the stock battery, and its quite skirmishible. I ran it stock for at least 2 TWAT games and a Wasaga game last season. I'd rate it at about the same as an early Kraken. I'd call it a great starter AEG or loaner.
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Old March 18th, 2009, 21:39   #17
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Curious, but has anyone else here actually used a Crosman R76?

I have. It fires 280 out the box, just like a TM. Leave everything alone, run the stock battery, and its quite skirmishible. I ran it stock for at least 2 TWAT games and a Wasaga game last season. I'd rate it at about the same as an early Kraken. I'd call it a great starter AEG or loaner.
This gives me some confidence.
Thanks everyone for the help!
I have no real issues with the gun at the moment, but would like to keep it as a back up for when I get a newer gun. That's why I was wondering about the internals.
I think the main reason people talk down on it is because it's crosman. It's nothing amazing for a beginner gun, but it's deffinitely not total trash.

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Old March 18th, 2009, 22:17   #18
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Filling out your profile is always a good start. Also, if it's game-able then game it, practice your skills with it (arcing BB's, manuvering, etc) so your better with your real one. (wish I would have done this, my old clearsoft springer M4A1 broke after a month and a half).
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Old March 18th, 2009, 22:51   #19
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Wow its not often you get two people who are the same person arguing with themselves. Jeff. and yjb63 I can see your ip and guess what were not stupid here
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Old March 18th, 2009, 23:43   #20
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Does that mean we un-ban Pus, on account of his sixth sense?!
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Old March 18th, 2009, 23:51   #21
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Curious, but has anyone else here actually used a Crosman R76?

I have. It fires 280 out the box, just like a TM. Leave everything alone, run the stock battery, and its quite skirmishible. I ran it stock for at least 2 TWAT games and a Wasaga game last season. I'd rate it at about the same as an early Kraken. I'd call it a great starter AEG or loaner.
I wouldn't say a GREAT starter. 280 is a little low for anything I'd recommend someone new especially playing in a "field".
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