Caliber: .177" (4.5mm), Stock: Hardwood, Handle: Ambi, 1500 fps with lead-free pellets. Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 3-9x40AO scope
5-year limited warranty
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The video on this page states it comes with a sling. It does not come with one.
If you shoot a lightweight pellet so its velocity exceeds the speed of sound, it could result in your pellet breaking the sound barrier and the gun being louder than expected! The speed of sound depends on humidity, temperature and altitude. Generally speaking, it's between 1,060 fps and 1,115 fps.
Here are the benefits of the Crosman Nitro Piston:
The owner's manual states that the .25-caliber rifle delivers 950 fps. That's a misprint. The max is 900 fps.
This Trail NP XL rifle features an ambidextrous hardwood thumbhole stock. In .177 caliber, this rugged breakbarrel boasts an impressive 24 ft-lbs of muzzle energy, providing a velocity up to 1500 fps.
|Max Velocity||1500 fps|
|Cocking Effort||47 lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: The power, and trigger pull are very good.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: The Centerpoint scope is really good and has a parralex correction down to 5 feet.
Things I liked: Hard hitting. I have the 22 with wood stock and scope. It is a heavy rifle but works well for back yard pest control. It would not be my pick for target shooting. Acuracy is mediocre at best. It shoots lead pellets better that the light weight alloy versions.
Things I would have changed: There is no provision for open sights. The scope mount detached and appears to have been glued on from the factory. I have not been able to find anything that will keep it attached for more than a couple of shots. So it is pretty much useless at this point.
What others should know: The poor quality of this rifle does not justify its price point.
Things I liked: Very accurate. I was surprised that my first shot was on the edge of the bullseye. Still breaking in; took me about 10-20 shots to dial in. I did clean and tighten everything down with blue Loctite prior to firing.
Things I would have changed: Scope rings. I probably buy Weavers to replace the ones that came with the gun.
What others should know: A bit heavy, not for kids.
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I bought this gun about 18 months ago and remain very frustrated. Are all of these "tack driving" 1" group reviews BS, or is something wrong? Is it possible that the gun ate the scope? Drastic changes to elevation produce little or no change in impact at 40 yards - everything is 12" high. I know I can shim the scope but if the adjustment doesn't move the impact at all what's the point? Windage is fair, I can hit a 4" wide pole 9 of 10 times at about 40 yards shooting off-hand. Oddly this gun seems to shoot better off-hand that from a rest. When I try to zero this gun in using a bench rest I get nothing that looks like a decent group at 40 yards. I'm using Crossman Premier .22 pellets. I tried other pellets, tried cleaning the bore, etc. No groups that are sub 4" with frequrent flyers. I'm tempted to put it in a Ransomes rest, but this is not a competition rifle, it's intended to be a plinker. Unless I can get some signs of life I'm not willing to put in much more time. Is there a benching technique for air rifles to reduce the effects of recoil? I know the MV is very slow and this could be causing some jump. Is it worth replacing the scope that came with the rifle and if so what's a decent reasonably priced option? I don't want to throw good money down the tubes but since there are no iron sites... How accurate should I expect this gun to be? Is it reasonable to expect a 2' group at 40 yards? I like the fact that this is quiet, but if I can't figure this out i"m going back to my arsenal of .22s, even the cheap ones (much cheaper than this gun) can hold 1" at 50 yards. Anything less than that's pretty useless for varmint and small game as far as I'm concerned.
You have a 5 year warranty thru Crosman, 800-724-7486. This sounds like a defective gun.
I want to add an after market scope to this rifle but need to use high scope rings since the objective lens is 50 mm. The rings that come with the package are too low to allow the scope to be installed. What size rings do I need. The replacement scope is a 1" tube.
You need weaver/picatinny 1" high rings.
I bought the .25 cal version and am on my 4th scope, the gun is consistent but with almost every scope i try with the elevation maxed out upwards the pellets are still hutting 6 inches low. Is there something i can do? Im lost here and i dont want to have to get a whole new gun. Ps its still blowing through inch plywood so i know it hasnt lost its power.
You need to shim the scope. Put a thin shim under the scope tube on the rear ring. Raising the rear end of the scope. This will give you "up" back on the vertical adjustment.
|Max Velocity||1500 fps|
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