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List Price $199.95, Orig.Price $179.95 Save $30.00 (16%)
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Crosman Summit Ranger NP2 Air Rifle
The Summit Ranger is an accessible shooter that’s trail ready straight out of the box. Featuring Crosman’s Nitro Piston 2 technology, this gun can shoot in cold weather conditions, remain cocked for hours, and shoot 80% quieter than most spring piston rifles.
With practical features for field carry, the Summit Ranger includes an all-weather black synthetic stock with integrated sling mounts to add a strap for easy transport. Atop the stock is an 11mm Dovetail rail to mount your optics choice, or if you prefer, the Ranger has metal open sights—which is a nice touch over flimsy plastic ones. As an added bonus, this airgun includes Crosman’s Clean Break Trigger (CBT), an enhanced 2-stage trigger that’s adjustable. Best of all, these Summit Rangers are made in the US of A! All these features add up to a solid rifle that’s more than ready for shredding paper targets dispatching small game.
|Max Velocity||1150 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: If you are a hunter, take a look at this one. I ordered this gun in 22 Cal. from PA on 10/29/2017 I received it, on Nov 5th. It shot well, right out of the box ( after barrel clean-up). It is a good hunting type gun but it is Not a Looker with a Walnut Stock. The open sights are all metal and no plastic. The gun is fairly rugged and does very well in a difficult hunting terrain. Sleet, snow, ice and rain haven't bothered this rifle much. If you shatter a scope on ar rock, you still have the open sights to hunt with until you can get the broken scope replaced. The muzzle break unscrews for a threaded barrel, in case you decide to add a moderator or air stripper.. The gun comes un-scoped and weighs about 7 Lbs. It handles well in heavy cover and the Clean Break Trigger is a big improvement over past Crosman triggers. I have taken several squirrels with this gun so far. ( Nov 13th) It was 18 degrees out that morning. I shot three squirrels out of trees at about 30 yards. Dead Right Th
Things I would have changed: An option for the Trail NP@ type thumbhole stocks
What others should know: This one has the NP #2 Gas Ram in it and cocks fairly easy. It Hits Hard and Shoots Straight. No Barrel Droop at all. Since I got the gun Nov 5th, I have only shot about 85 shots thru this gun. It is not broken in yet and it already shot a dime sized grout at 25 yards The gun's shot groups are improving even more as it is getting broken in. My gun has not been pellet picky and is not hold sensitive either. This may not be what you have in mind but it might be worth a look and the Price is Right. $159.95 and Free Shipping. For some unknown reason this gun is not pellet picky. Every pellet that I have shot through this Crosman Summit Ranger NP2 rifle has shot fairly well out to 25 yards. I don't have to re-adjust the scope. I have shot Crosman Piranhas, Gamo Red Fires, Crosman Destroyers, H&N Terminators and others. Some... but not much... variation in POI out to 25 yards. I don't have a clue why...that is just the way it is on this gun.
Things I liked: I've been interested in an inexpensive breakbarrel, what flipped my buy switch on this is that it is Crosman 's cheapest np2 air rifle with metal sights and a non-thumbhole stock.the front metal sight appears to be held on by a perforated metal nut that I haven't tried to remove.The rear sight is all metal, a bit crude, but functional, and looks like it can be completely removed.The stock is sturdy but hollow sounding. The trigger blade is plastic but seems plenty strong. It shoots with a solid "thok". The 10 for 10 test.showed velocities around 900fps with 11g hobby pellets. The trigger has a lot of creepy slack for the first stage but I can feel the second stage and it breaks pretty clean if not light. I've only shot about 80 pellets. My best casually rested 25 yard group was 1 1/4". Too soon to say if it will be accurate, but so far I'm encouraged.
Things I would have changed: Shape of the pistol grip.
What others should know: Durability is a question, but I've found Crosman easy and helpful to deal with in the past which is an important point for me.
Things I liked: This gun is everything I expected and hoped it would be. Being a new Crosman product, there were no reviews when I decided to go for it. I figured though that it would combine the best of other rifles in a lower priced package. Spot on! Weight and balance are very good - light enough to carry around, with enough heft to steady the aiming. The synthetic stock is light and rugged and looks really cool. Crosman rates the FPS at 1150, but PA places it at 1400. I think the PA rating is more correct - it packs a lot of power, and that makes for a level trajectory at longer distances. The rifle is zeroed out of the box. I like that the gun comes without a scope, which is very easy to attach, the Winchester 4x32 AO in my case. Sighting in with the Sightmark Triple Duty Universal Bore Sight was surprisingly easy. It took only 3 adjustments of the scope to hit the bullseye.
Things I would have changed: A sling would have been a bonus.
What others should know: The muzzle break can be unscrewed, and the front sight pulled off, in order to attach the Sightmark bore sight magnetically to the barrel. Reattaching the muzzle break and front sight, however, means the rifle will have to be sighted in if the open sights are to be used. This rifle is powerful enough to hunt small game at 40-60 yards, at which distances I would consistently use a scope, so that's not an issue at all.
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What is the weight of trigger pull and is it adjustable?
The only adj screw is to set the partition between stage one and two. To adj the pull wt you need to remove the trigger blade and swap out the little coil spring inside. I did and went from ~5lbs to <1.5. Misc spring I found at Home Depot and bent it until I was happy. The oem spring is .252" OD of .035" wire and ~.530" long. Pretty strong little guy. My new one is .026 wire and no doubt a weaker metal too. After you remove the stock I believe it's just one E-clip to get the trigger out. The sear will rotate down and spring should fall out. From there you'll see how it goes back in.
The CBT trigger is adjustable but usually comes out of the box in the 4-5 lbs range
what is the cocking load for this rifle?
About 35 lbs
I like this gun because it has open sights. Does it have any baffles, or will it be louder then the scoped versions of the nitro 2, with the thicker barrel/shroud?
Never tried the NP2 w/o the suppressor but the older Trail and XL it makes a big difference. The shooter mostly hears the guns mechanical noise, but the target hears mostly muzzle blast on a gun w/o a suppressor. If I had this gun I'd buy the suppressor and make it fit, or simply buy the suppressed version of the gun. Plus the shroud makes for a much nicer and easier cocking lever than a small dia barrel with a spike on the end.
It does not have any baffles. It may be slightly louder, but the majority of the noise from a gas piston/spring gun, comes from the action itself, so the noise increase shouldn't be extreme
|Max Velocity||1150 fps|