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Crosman 1720T PCP Pellet Pistol

$499.00

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Crosman 1720T Pistol

  • Crosman 1720T pistol
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • Bolt-action
  • Single-shot
  • Match-grade Lothar Walther choked & shrouded barrel
  • Reversible bolt for ambidextrous use (with our special service)
  • Two transfer ports — swap to a smaller one (with our special service)
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger (pull weight, length of pull & overtravel
  • 11mm dovetail
  • No open sights
  • Anodized aluminum housing
  • Manual crossbolt safety
  • 29.75″ overall length with removable stock
  • 18″ overall length without stock
  • 15.75″ length of pull

The manual states the gun weighs 2.70 lbs. Crosman has verified that the gun weighs 2.96 lbs.

Ideally suited for metallic silhouettes, the Crosman 1720T target PCP pistol is bound to help you win more matches. Since the grip is ambidextrous and the bolt can be switched from the right to the left (click on the service noted below to have this done by our tech department), anyone can comfortably shoot it without compromise.

Crosman states that they got a 5-shot group at 10 meters measuring .375 inches. If you use 7.9-grain pellets, you’ll get 750 fps. If you use a heavier pellet, like a 10.5-grain pellet, you’ll get 650 fps.

 

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1 review for Crosman 1720T PCP Pellet Pistol

  1. Daniel

    Is the green stock and forearm painted green or is it factory molded green plastic?

    • Daymon

      It’s green colored plastic…. no paint.

      • Daniel

        I didn’t know Crosman ever mad the green forearms for the 1721. Hmmm interesting. I have a couple 1389’s and a 2289 in green. Did they ever make the 2250 forearm in green?

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