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5-year limited warranty
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Benefits of a gas-piston over a spring-piston powerplant:
Fast, quiet, and smooth, the Crosman Fire NP is absolutely stacked! Featuring patented Nitro Piston technology, the Fire NP shoots at blazing velocities (up to 1200 fps with alloy pellets) while producing reduced recoil and 70% less noise. This air rifle is also fitted with a rifled steel barrel, two-stage adjustable trigger, and a CenterPoint 4x32mm scope, making the Crosman Fire NP both powerful and accurate!
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||18 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: First this is an impressive looking air rifle for the price.Since this is my first break barrel I wanted the nitro piston, have at least 1000 fps or more and not be out of range as far as price goes.I am sure there are other air rifles you can choose from, and I have had this one for over two weeks. It's comfortable to hold at aiming and also at rest and not to heavy. There is a lot of different pellets you can use and I am still seeing which ones I like best. I have attached a bi-pod to the barrel not the stock and works well. Unfortunately I have not been able to take this outside to a range to test far distances but have confidence it will do well. I have not done any trigger adjustments maybe when really comfortable with the air rifle then may make changes, for now I am just leaving the way it is. I also would like to mention this is not as loud as I thought it would be.
Things I would have changed: I would not change the air rifle itself however maybe have sights on the air rifle itself and like other reviews I would change the scope. Which that was something I did. The scope that came with this to make the target clearer by backing out the eye piece was still a little blurry, and yes if want to know my glasses have been updated this past year. That being written the optics on the scope I replaced it with is much clearer.
What others should know: When using different pellets like blue flame alloy pellets when firing the rifle it's louder then lead pellets even the red fire are not loud.
Things I liked: Excellent gun for $$. Extremely comfortable stock. Replaced trigger adjustment screw for a longer one so now it's pretty good cocks very easy shoot quarter inch groop at 25yrds
Things I would have changed: No
What others should know: 1.my barrel bent because while cocking either it slipped out of my fingers or the sear didn't catch 2 these high power springer/np eat Scopes FOR SNACK....buy scope with good warranty and of course springer rated 3the cheapest precharged pneumatic will shoot circles around this thing actually the other way around lol pcp WAY easier to shoot accurately
Things I liked: Mine is an F4, which is the same thing. Price was great. I am admittedly not a great break barrel shooter. I also have a Crosman Phantom springer in .177 caliber. That thing unleashes fire and brimstone in loudness every time I shoot it. I bought it in 2013. It never quieted down. My F4 is a whole lot quieter with its gas piston. I LOVE that! I can shoot it without worrying about getting a SWAT team called down. The lack of noise and commotion makes me a better shooter too. I'm okay withno open sights. I'm 66 with not verygood eyesdight, so have to use a scope anyway.
Things I would have changed: You know the cheap crappy 4x15 scopes that come with many cheap multi-pumpers? You know, the one most of us throw in the trash on day one? Sell, the Centpoint 4x32 that came with my F4 is much worse. I can't get a clear view with it, and there is some distortion, and rzinbow colors around the edges of the view. This is NOT due to my eyes. I have a number of rifle scopes with sharp, clear views anf no color distortions. I put a Hammers 3x9x 40 AO scope on it. I think the rings are okay that comes with it. The front ring just has 2 screws holding the ring halves together, and 2 holding the ring to the dovetail. But, the rear ring has 4 screws holding itto the dovetail, and has a stop screw too. Should be enough. How about dropping the price a few bucks, and don't include a scope? Or, include a decent 4x32 WITH AO? The trigger sucks. Not that it has a stiff pull. It doesn't, andthe pull is reasonable. It's the travel! Good God, does it gave alot of travel. Aftermarket, or RC bearing
What others should know: So far, my F4 seems to like the Crosman Premier Super Match, and the RWS Hobbys. Both are wadcutters. I am happy that I am getting some decent groups with these. I love the NP aspect that gives me a quieter, smoother shooting break barrel! I am soon planning to get a gas piston powered .22 caliber air rifle. Maybe a Vantage. If this thing came with no scope, or a better scope, and just an okay trigger, I would have given it all 5 stars.
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what is the cocking effort on this air gun. cant find anything in description
Approx 32-36 lbs
What scope would you recommend? Id like to stay under $100
The Leapers/UTG line is lifetime warrantied. They are airgun rated. The first choice. Mantis is Ok but only a 1 year coverage. Then Centerpoint.
Can this shoot a 10.5 grain domed pellet?
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||18 ft/lbs|