Crosman 3576 Semi-Auto CO2 Powered Pellet Revolver with 6-Inch Barrel

Crosman 3576 Semi-Auto CO2 Powered Pellet Revolver with 6-Inch Barrel

  • Semi-auto 10-shot .177 caliber pellet pistol
  • Shoots single or double action
  • Shoots up to 435 FPS
  • CO2 Powered
  • Ideal for target shooting

This semi-automatic 10-shot air pistol is unique with revolver styling and finger-molded grip design, perfect for action shooting. Powered by CO2 and available single or double action the 3576 is easy to use, as well as accurate with its six inch rifled steel barrel.This semi-automatic 10-shot air pistol is unique with revolver styling and finger-molded grip design, perfect for action shooting. Powered by CO2 and available single or double action the 3576 is easy to use, as well as accurate with

List Price: $ 88.99

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3 thoughts on “Crosman 3576 Semi-Auto CO2 Powered Pellet Revolver with 6-Inch Barrel

  1. 213 of 222 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great gun, December 20, 2010
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    JZ

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    This review is from: Crosman 3576 Semi-Auto CO2 Powered Pellet Revolver with 6-Inch Barrel (Sports)
    This gun is so much better then the reviews said. I was just looking for a cheap gun and settled on this but it is amazing. Some of the reviews said that it wasn’t accurate but i guess they have no aim because I hit a target from 50ish yards 7 out of 10 times. Some also asked what it shoots and its .177 pellets and i bought gammo ammo and it works great. one review also said that the handle falls off but i think that they just broke it because mine fits perfectly. This is a great gun and i recommended it for any one.

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  2. 163 of 170 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing Deal, August 19, 2010
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    This review is from: Crosman 3576 Semi-Auto CO2 Powered Pellet Revolver with 6-Inch Barrel (Sports)
    What can i say, this is the best co2 pistol i’ve owned, and i’ve had some expensive ones. Not even considering the ridiculously low price, its a great gun to have with you just for the fun of it. It’s deadly accurate although i had to set the sights up myself as it didn’t come set perfectly. It fires about 30 shots at full power and the FPS starts going down after that but not much at all. Goes through aluminum cans so fast that the cans barely realize what happened and just twitch a tiny bit. Havent used the accessory railing cus i think revolvers arent meant to be used with scopes and such although the laser does tempt me because i go fishing at night alot and usually take this gun with me for a distraction while i’m sitting waiting for a bite. The one thing i didn’t like is that the handle covers aren’t completely flush with the metal when you put them on and rattle a little but a little minor work and got that fixed up pretty nice. Have recommended this gun to all my buddies and we all own them now. Very Very good gun.

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  3. 161 of 174 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    357 crossman, August 16, 2011
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    Luke Axelrod “Axelrod” (nyc ny) –
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    This review is from: Crosman 3576 Semi-Auto CO2 Powered Pellet Revolver with 6-Inch Barrel (Sports)
    bear with me for a lengthy review here,
    This being my first pellet gun i was unsure what to expect when it arrived, that mixed with the low price made me doubtful over the quality of this product id be getting, well i was wrong. despite coming in a plastic clamshell packaging it’s an incredible plinker with a great weight a nice feel to it, but like everything it is not without it faults. having put about 150 pellets through it i can list the following
    Pros:
    great weight (roughly 2 pounds)

    good fps (about420)

    good range

    can hold 10 pellets(and more clips can be purchased if its reloading is not fast enough)

    adjustable sights

    rifling in barrel (accurate)

    feels strong, durable

    easy learning curve for new shooters, in one day i was able to constantly hit a small pill bottle from 30 ft away

    loud, a nice bang per shot

    mounting rail for sights,lights & etc

    duel action or single action

    easy to tell when it needs new co2, makes a pop rather than a loud bang and pellets curve

    and of course price at a retail $40

    Cons:

    it’s break barrel, however the button to press to get it to break is incredibly stiff on mine at first, which slows down shooting, and people with smaller hand might have trouble getting it to do so, no biggie, just takes time to break it in when its new.

    co2 seeps out if not used for some time, even with pelgun oil, meaning if i don’t use all of the co2 in one day and let in sit overnight the next day it’s empty

    the handle which comes apart to load the co2 is faulty, in that the clips that keep it on the gun are thin strips of plastic, but that is only an issue when taking them off, otherwise they feel solid

    the tightening screw for the co2 has a small metal flap, allowing for a better grip when its tightened, however it is loose so when it is in the handle it rattles when ever the the gun is moved

    All things considered its a pleasure to shoot, and very easy to pick up and use even for beginners like me.
    with this though you’ll need
    Pelgun oil
    .177 pellets (i use crossman wadcutters)
    co2 cartridges
    and maybe invest in extra clips so that reloading is a quicker process
    hope this helps your decision on whether or not to purchase.

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