Squirrel Harvester

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Logansdad, Jun 22, 2002.

  1. Logansdad

    Logansdad Guest

    My father in law is looking for a suitable small game harvester...he has a single shot .22 & a .410 gauge but feels these are overbore for his neighborhood. Any thoughts ?:rolleyes: :fuss: :nod:

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    I bought a Crosman RM 577 that has more than enough power at 1,000 fps (1,250 supposedly for the first 250 shots) I took a rabbit with It tonight that was getting in the garden...Bam...lights out...no neighbors disturbed! Comes with a nice scope AND peep sights of high quality...$169.00 Nice polished wood stock too. .177 caliber.
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2002

  3. Logansdad

    Logansdad Guest

    Thank you NRAJoe...Kinda proud of it ain't they ? That costs more than a single shot .22lr or .410 gauge

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    Really its cheap for a quality airgun bro! Have you priced a Beeman or an RWS? They have models that hit $500 and over! The Crosman is cheap for the quality. You can't tell it from a highpower cartridge rifle until you pick it up. Heavy too with no plastic whatsoever. Sorry to sound like a company spokesman but i'm really hard to please and i am PLEASED with this gun!
  5. Logansdad

    Logansdad Guest

    My father in law won't spend that kind of money on an airgun
  6. grizzly

    grizzly Guest

    I say go for the Daisy 880 powerline....taken many different kinds of game with one...:target:
  7. mamandoli

    mamandoli Guest

    He should get a Gamo Hunter 220 or 440. I love those guns. I have a Hunter 220 myself, shot squirrels through the head and rabbits too. Two of my friends have 440's. They're pretty much the same. They each have 1000 f.p.s. They cost around $170 to $200. Scopes cost $50. Try looking at those guns. They're a great company and take care of any problems you have quickly.

    :nod: :D