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Remington Express Hunter, Nitro Gas Piston, Air Rifle

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Remington Express Hunter, Nitro Gas Piston, Air Rifle

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REM-REHNP22SX [PY-4534-8828]


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Remington Express Hunter Price

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Caliber.22 (5.5mm)
Max Velocity950 fps
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

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Remington Express Hunter, Nitro Gas Piston, Air Rifle

  • Nitro gas piston system
  • Synthetic stock
  • Less noise than spring piston guns
  • 4x32mm scope


Remington has long been known as one of the first firearms manufacturers in America, but did you know they’ve been making airguns since 1928?

The Express Hunter is a Remington for the 21st century! From its all-weather synthetic stock, to its high powered gas piston, this gun is an easy buy. The contoured stock gives you a great grip where you need it, and its raised cheekpiece provides a comfortable hold. Use the 4x32 scope to bring targets in nice and close, or remove it to use the fiber optic sights.

While most manufacturers quote their air gun velocities with super-light alloy pellets, Remington quotes them with lead pellets -- the same lead pellets you'll use in your own gun. You should be getting about the same velocities the manufacturer states, and with this .22 cal., you can expect up to 950 fps.  That's more than enough force to bring down small game or blast soda cans into oblivion.  

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REM-REHNP22SX [PY-4534-8828]


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Remington Express Hunter Price

$169.99

Caliber.22 (5.5mm)
Max Velocity950 fps
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

Out of stock
Estimated in-stock date 07-20-2022. Place your order now for delivery priority!

Remington Express Hunter Specs

Max Velocity950 fps
Overall Length48.5"
ButtplateRubber
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight8.3 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
SafetyManual
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Caliber.22 (5.5mm)
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length19.0"
BarrelRifled
Front SightFiber Optic
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ActionBreak barrel
PowerplantGas-piston
Body TypeRifle

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Things I liked:

The gun itself is very well made. The weight is nice, it's substantial and gives the gun great stability. All high-end parts and materials are used. This feels more like a real rifle and less like an air rifle.

Things I would have changed:

The scope that ships with his is junk. I wish they had just left it out. Adjusting it had no effect. I ended up taking the scope off and using the gun without it to get any accuracy. Working the action is a bit tough. I hope it loosens up a bit over time.

What others should know:

Buy a separate scope.

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Things I liked:

rifle has a good weight , is well made, open sights are very good, composite stock is ok does not feel real great in my hand ,but i guess everyone could say that , were all different in whats comfortable . right out of the box it shot well and it was clean on the inside ,no machine swarf or foreign material , . havent found ( the right pellet) yet but 14.3 and 17 grain seem to be accurate enough so far , maybe 250 rounds in it so far no failures, relatively easy to cock but not as smooth as i am accustomed to feels a touch gravelly but it will improve with use i feel,--. scope is --well-- its an optic , obviously not top shelf, but didnt expect it to be at this price point . trigger is of the same style as my benjamin can be adjusted , there is just getting used to it thats the issue for me. overall so far a good pellet rifle for the money and seems to be durable.

Things I would have changed:

give the stock a camo finish or designer color any thing but black composite !!! just doesnt look appealing. just leave the scope out of the box and charge ten dollars less

What others should know:

seller sent the item i ordered , shipped and packaged well ,no damage. and arrived promptly, easy checkout and follow up on purchase. this is one gun you could practically carry around in the woods and hunt with or dispatch pests in the yard, to me the rifle is very quiet and should not upset next door neighbors.

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I have quit a few airguns and some are rather expensive but when I go to grab a gun for a quick shot at some envasive species I grab my Remington Tyrant which is basically the same air rifle. It's short and not extremely difficult too cock which is great. It packs a real punch, I shoot an 18 grain pellet out of mine (.22) at pest busting speed. I don't own a chronograph so I'm not going to just guess but it will surely do the job for most folks. Now realize you are not buying a fine work of art "like some guns are" but your getting a very good reliable workhorse. Trigger pull is never good on guns in this price range you just have to adjust it to your liking do a light lube and work the heck out of it. At least I'm aware of when mine is going off..lol If you buy one take the time and blue locktite your forearm screws and trigger guard screws. It pays off in the long run when siting it in. I would use a good scope mount made for airguns that has a stop screw.

Things I would have changed:

Better trigger.

What others should know:

I've explained my views on the gun I think. The stock I never mentioned but on the Tyrant XGP like mine it's appendextrious and of better quality than most in this price range.

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  • DONALD from USA asked:

    How much cocking effort for the .22 version?

    • jose from USA asked:

      Is it suppressed

      • justin from USA answered:

        no

    • Justin from USA asked:

      How much FPS can one expect with a 14.4 grain pellet?

      • Tyler Patner from USA answered:

        Around 700-750 FPS, if it's anything like the other Crosman NP rifles

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