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List Price $200.00, Orig.Price $129.95 Save $30.00 (23%)
Buy and Earn 100 Bullseye Bucks!
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: The Price of course lol. I happen to find them for well under 100 bucks so I bought two of them.one for the wife , that's what I told her anyhow. As far as what I like it's gotta be the nitro piston for smooth cocking and I also think it's built pretty well. People complain about the scope but I have no issues with it.
Things I would have changed: The only thing I didn't like was the finish on the stock. So I stripped it barely and sprayed about 10 coats of laquer on it, then I wet sanded it and to polish it I used clear coat safe rubbing compound. Its a real beauty now and wanted to upload some pictures here but don't see a option for that?
What others should know: Buy one or two! Very accurate with crosman premiere pellets and it will break the sound barrier if alloy pellets are used, exciting to shoot them but they fly all over the place. If anyone knows how to upload pics here please let me know. Have fun and shoot straight and safe.
Things I liked: <b> - not an informative review </b> nothing
Things I would have changed: everything
Things I liked: Looks and feel.
Things I would have changed: Lower the price and take off the scope.
What others should know: I would not buy this product again. I could not get it sighted in, Returned it and waiting for a response from Pyramydair.
What is the difference between the crosman vantage np and the remington vantage np ???
Does it come with the scope mounted?
Would a cocking aid from a Benjamin Trail NP Break Barrel Pistol fit the Crosman vantage rifle ?
If you don't need the front sight you could use some pipe I suppose. The muzzle brake makes it easier, and feels even easier than it is. Crosman sells a lower pressure spring which should drop the cocking effort by ~25% but not cost too much power loss. There are also some mods you can do to drop it another couple lbs. If you switch to a coil spring you can drop the cocking effort to less than half. I have one that take 12lbs to cock.
Pyramyd Air does not stock a cocking aid for those guns so you will need to contact Crosman directly: 800-724-7486.
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|