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Earn 113 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $159.95 Save $47.00 (29%)
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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: nothing
Things I would have changed: I return item because of high cocking effort,no fun.
What others should know: would not buy.
Things I liked: Accurate with the correct hold (mine likes firm in back, loose in front). Hits hard. Nice looking for the price. Includes open sites. NP is smoother than mechanical springers in this range.
Things I would have changed: Greater cocking effort than mechanical spring or NP2 guns with similar power. Awkward cocking because of lack of suppressor/shroud.
What others should know: Compared to a traditional spring or the NP2 piston this gun is relatively hard to cock, although certainly manageable, and it does get a little easier as it breaks in. It also doesn't have any sort of suppressor, so there isn't anything to really grip, making the cocking that much harder/more awkward. That said, it is accurate and hits hard. Mine did require some testing of holds,as the traditional artillery hold was not optimal. Instead it seemed to like the "reverse mullet"- firm grip in the back, resting on the front hand like an artillery hold. Summary: Plenty powerful and accurate for pest control/small game, but too difficult/awkward to cock for all day fun, especially compared to the various other offerings out there. I would recommend this to a friend that really wanted something inexpensive with a wooden stock to use just for pest control/small game, but if they didn't mind a synthetic stock and/or wanted to shoot more often I would recommend other options.
Things I liked: I like that it is cheap and has iron sights but i wish they were metal instead of cheap plastic.
Things I would have changed: I have a big head and high cheek bones so on some guns i cant get a sight picture using really low iron sights (like the mini 14). This gun is just barely fits me i wish either the stock was a tad lower or the sights were slightly taller but i can use them it's just slightly uncomfortable.
What others should know: It hits hard, using crosman pointed pellets it will sink a pellet half way though a new 2x4. I had some trouble getting a group when it first arrived not sure if it was me or the gun. The more i shot it the more accurate it seemed to get though. The trigger was horrible when i got it, i read about DIY mods and after market triggers. But i ended up just loosening the trigger adjustment screw and it improved it slightly.
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can i shoot heavy gamo whisper pellets in this gun?
Mine actually prefers the Crosman Premier round nose 10.5gr
Yes you can but I'd get H&N Barracuda Match instead, or JSB 10.34gr or Crosman Premier round nose 10.5gr, any of which are much cheaper and no doubt much better quality. It's the pellets weight that make the gun quieter, not some gimmick Gamo claims.
What is the difference between the crosman vantage np and the remington vantage np ???
Same gun just a license agreement with Crosman & Remington.
Does it come with the scope mounted?
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|