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Crosman Fury Nitro Piston Air Rifle

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Crosman Fury Nitro

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  • Crosman's Nitro Piston
    Crosman's Nitro Piston advantages include lighter weight; reduced noise; option to leave the rifle cocked for long periods.
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  • Crosman Nitro Piston powerplant
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • No open sights
  • 11mm grooved dovetails
  • Black synthetic Monte Carlo stock
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Ambidextrous
  • Muzzlebrake for additional cocking leverage
  • Textured grip and forearm
  • 6.4 lbs. (without the scope and mount)
  • Includes 4x32 scope, lens covers and mount (unmounted)

Here are the benefits of a gas-piston over a spring-piston powerplant:
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring

Need something to shoot all day at spinners, targets and the occasional rodent? The Crosman Fury Nitro Piston will make a great go-to gun to take care of those pest-elimination chores or just for fun. The Fury is relatively lightweight and should be a good one for keeping at-the-ready whenever the urge strikes to shoot for fun or get rid of pesky birds and small garden rodents. Even better, the coiled metal spring has been replaced with the Crosman Nitro Piston powerplant. Get ready for your next shot without worrying about a metal spring taking a set or getting weaker due to being cocked for several minutes without being shot.

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Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1200 fps
Muzzle Energy18 ft/lbs
Barrel Length15.0"
Overall Length45.0"
Shot Capacity1
Front Sightnone
Rear Sightnone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
ActionBreak barrel
Body TypeRifle
Weight6.4 lbs

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By kenneth from USA on 2015-10-10
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Things I liked: stock,powerful,nitro piston.

Things I would have changed: add fiber optic sights.put on a decent scope.trigger sucks.

What others should know: scope is junk.had to call crosman to get a new replacement and the 1 they sent isn't much better.30 yard parrellax and I bought this for 15 yard indoors.


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By Fred from USA on 2015-06-09
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Things I liked: speed is as stated 1221 fps with pba and 975 with jsb 7.87 also 736 using jsb 13.43 using crno. will do 5 shots under 3/4 in at times at 26 yards average is 1 in first 5 shots stabilize the gun and can be 3 in off center . After those right one in mud clumps at 50 yards just explode all day as long as you keep he shooting she holds 0 stop for over an hr and you need to warm her up a gain not a fwb 124 or rws 48 as they both shoot 1/2 in 5 shot at 26 yards and the rws will out shoot the crosman fury buy 20 to 50 fps depending on pellet and after leaving the 124 or 48 setting for over a mo first shot is right on target !!

Things I would have changed: trigger did the washer trick and it works fine now Crosman lap the barrel in as the power plant is excellent 5 to 7 fps extreme spread on all pellets why not put a good one on these made in the use not china butler creek valquiest and i know there are many more made in the usa my fwb 124 i bought in 1976 new is doing 820 fps with the jsb 7.87 and 1/2 in 5 shots at 26 yards in the year 2015 Crosman you can not get as good a brrel as the Germans made in 1976 here in the usa ??????????

What others should know: you get what you pay for remember that .This is a really good gun with a super power plant (Picky on pellets do to cheep chinese barrel) you can leave cocked all day to put on your tractor for a knock a round and a lot of gun for 119 bucks my next trick is going to be to lap the barrel;

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By Mark from USA on 2014-09-17
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Things I liked: I've owned a .22 rimfire rifle for years, and this is my first air rifle, so I don't have much to compare it to, bought it because of the great reviews and competitive price (this is a .177). Seems very powerful, but I am having a heckuva time sighting it in. Have put through about 200 shots, all from a bench, and it'll put several in the bulls-eye, then, bingo, here goes one way off, three inches from the target or more. If I keep firing, it may or may not be accurate on the following shots. Asking the experienced airgunners out there, is this a common experience?

Things I would have changed: The trigger pull is long and stiff.

What others should know: I understand this an entry-level airgun, so I didn't expect a lot out of it, but I wish I had spent a few more $ and got a gun with a bit better scope, one that has an adjustable magnification. It's not bad for the price, though.

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  • Eric from USA asked:

    what scope would work good with this air rifle.

    • Stanley from USA:

      My benjamin np limited edition came a one piece mount and a centerpoint 4x16x40mm AO scope so far holding up good , just remember to loc-tite the screws mine loosensed up after 25 rounds , a lot of recoil there.My has the same stock but different internals. The reason i bought it was because i was looking for a lighter break barrel in 22 caliber , fits the bill.

  • Rudedawg from USA asked:

    Is the Crosman Fury or Shockwave accurate @ 25 yrds. and under? I need a light weight gas piston rifle just to grab and shoot free hand. I use a heavier springer off a bench in a blind so a 6# +/- gas piston rifle would be handy. Thanks, RP

    • Chevota from USA:

      Mine was 6.7lbs without scope, which I think is 14oz? The similar Gamo guns with plastic barrels are a pound or more lighter. Accuracy varies way too much from gun to gun to make any claims. Could be .5" @ 25yrds, could be 5+".

    • Stanley from USA:

      The fury nitro piston above would fit the bill weighing in at 6.4 lbs. They don't get much lighter than that. Yes it would be accurate at that range.

  • Luis from USA asked:

    Is this rifle made in USA?

    • Erika from U.S. Virgin Islands:

      No, it is made in China

Item Description

CR-30051 [PY-3096-6017]
Crosman Fury Nitro Piston combo
Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1200 fps
Muzzle Energy18 ft/lbs