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Crosman Custom Store

I was very surprised to learn that Crosman has a sort of custom shop on line, where you can order a pistol or rifle made to your specification. All the guns in question use the same basic CO2 receiver used in the SS250, the Backpacker, and similar guns, but from there you have a wide range of options.

The basic rifle (for example) is under $60 You have a choice of six different barrels in .177 or .22 caliber, including a match barrel that adds only $30 to the total cost. There are three different front sight/muzzle weight choices, including one in solid brass.  There are two scope options, a red dot sight, a Williams peep and a Williams receiver sight. Several stock/grip options are available, including some in Zebrawood and Cocobolo, and to finish it off, you can have your name laser engraved! Adding all the options can push the price to just under $280, and for another $10 you can buy a limited lifetime warranty.

You may think $280 is a lot of a Crosman- but I think it’s pretty cheap for a one-of-a-kind gun like this, and with the target barrel it should be very accurate. I’ve seen a customized SS250 with a Lothar Walther barrel that performed very well.


  1. D R Greysun wrote:

    Jezzes mate you must live in a bubble, the ‘Crosman Custom Shop’ has been around for 3-4 years now. My first 2300KT was shipped 11-05 and my last 2400KT shipped 9-08. Good to find you are catching up to the ‘CCS’. Whether you buy one for parts or just because, they are a real value.

    Thursday, September 3, 2009 at 1:36 pm | Permalink
  2. Richard Petersen wrote:

    Where can I get information on Compressed air tanks & regulators to power co2 rifles ?
    I am 72 & pumping days are gone. Is there a web site that could help me.
    I like the regulator because 1 gun could do all power & distance needs. SAFETY & knowledge are what I need right now.

    Tjhanks Rich

    Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 7:49 pm | Permalink
  3. mje wrote:

    You can’t run CO2 guns on compressed air. CO2 is self-regulating, and CO2 guns can’t contain the pressure of compressed air.

    Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 10:26 pm | Permalink

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