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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: Amazing power! I have the 0.22 version. With a 9.4 grain pellet I got 2180fps. Accuracy with mine is 5 shots within a quarter sized dot at 30 meters. Very comfortable and just the right weight, it is quite stable and forgiving for trigger pull. Adjustable 2 stage trigger is wonderful ! I have mine set to about 2.5 grams. Pull the first stage and be careful with the second, wrong breathing can set it off. Of course you can set the 2nd stage much higher (I don't know how high. The first thing I did when I got it was to set 2nd stage as low as I felt comfortable with).
Things I would have changed: The sights are garbage. Get a scope. I left iron on just in case I break the scope somehow but accuracy withe the stock iron sights is 5 shots within a 4" dot at 30 meters (yards are pretty close to meters for those not familiar with metric). Dismal iron sights and they tend to rotate and get misaligned with every shot. Good iron sights would probably work fine but save the hassle and get a scope.
What others should know: Don't forget to clean and lube according to the manual! This particular product requires Crosman Silicone Airgun Lubricant. It's expensive but ba tube will probably last you a lifetime. Cheers Mo Neal
Things I liked: Oh My, 1st thing I like, made in the USA ! 2nd thing, front & rear metal sights, 3rd thing accuracy, 4th thing, sling mounts,5th thing MAD POWER !!! Crosman really put out a winner here, keep them coming! Oh, incredible VALUE !!!
Things I would have changed: Not a thing !
What others should know: Put 100 rds through it with open sights, then put an extra Gamo .22 special 4x32 scope I had waiting around for a rifle to put it on, pure tack driver ! This rifle really likes the artillery hold along with Crosman hollow points.Most powerful .22 breakbarrel I ever shot. Love it ! For those of you complaining about the sights, you are not supposed to manhandle an air rifle! Take care of it and it will work just fine.Accuarcy & Power are just awesome !!! We need more air guns made in the USA !!!!!
Things I liked: Easy to cock. Has plenty of Power in .177
Things I would have changed: this rifle has some Problems- Had to tighten the rear sight shortly after i got it, When I fixed that the front sight came loose and just spins around. (I Removed the sights front and back)
What others should know: Buy another Crosman Rifle ! (I have a .22 Crosman Diamondback SBD that works great)
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Front sight just spins around rear sight is loose any suggestions to tighten and secure them or just go with a scope.
The installation is suspect. You have a 5 year warranty thru Crosman , contact them.
I received this rifle for a xmas present and I want to know what type of pellets to use ? Are the alloy pellets more accurate ?
My understanding is this model is only .177. If so then you should only use pellets weighing ~10.5gr or more. Alloy pells are light so not a good idea, plus they may go super sonic which is very loud.
The best pellet for a gun is a trial and error process. Shoot some different pellets. Use the one which shoots the best. Alloy pellets are faster but considerably less accurate than lead pellets,
What size screw do you use for the adjustment screw if you want to replace it with a longer one? I tried the usual size and found that the threads and overall diameter were just a tad to big. Love the gun just dont like the trigge
It should be 4-40, which it's been since ~2003. The other size used on most of their guns is M3 x .5.
|Max Velocity||1150 fps|