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Remington Model 725 VTR Breakbarrel Air Rifle .25

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Remington Model 725

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Remington Model 725 VTR Break Barrel Air Rifle, .25

  • Gas Piston
  • .25 cal Hunting Rifle
  • Up to 900 FPS (alloy), Up to 725 FPS (lead)
  • Remington 783 stock design
  • Bull barrel
  • Ambidextrous, all-weather stock
  • Two-stage, adjustable trigger
  • Picatinny rail
  • Front Sling Loop
  • CenterPoint® 3-9x32 mm Scope


No small game or pesky cans will be able to withstand a shot from the Remington Model 725 VTR Breakbarrel Air Rifle.  Pushing pellets at 900fps, deliver 30 FPE of devastating knockdown power in .25 caliber one shot at a time.  

Sporting a tried and true all-weather synthetic stock inspired by the Remington 783 rifle, the 725 VTR uses a powerful nitro gas-piston powerplant to keep your pellets flying fast.  Featuring an adjustable 2-stage trigger, you will have no trouble finding your ideal trigger pull with a report dampened by a fully-shrouded barrel.

Each Remington 725 VTR includes a long Weaver/Picatinny accessory rail that readily accepts the included CenterPoint® 3-9x32mm Scope that provides varied magnification and clear sight picture when aiming downrange.

If you want to bring .25 caliber power set into a solid breakbarrel system, pick up the Remington 725 VTR and drop any backyard prey you choose--paper or pest.

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Caliber.25" (6.35mm)
Max Velocity900 fps
Muzzle Energy30 ft/lbs
Loudness3-Medium
Overall Length48.0"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort38 lbs
BarrelRifled
Front Sightnone
Rear Sightnone
ScopeableWeaver/Picatinny
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateRubber
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
ActionBreak barrel
SafetyManual
PowerplantGas-piston
FunctionSingle-shot
Max Shots per Fill1
Body TypeRifle
Weight10.5 lbs

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By blake from USA on 2020-06-09
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Things I liked: It makes power.

Things I would have changed: Answer the damn phone so I can get an RMA number!

What others should know: Don't buy this monstrosity. Muzzle break comes loose every time you cock it. Safety is a joke. That scope won't zero. Horrible groups on my own Hawke @ 20 yards, H & N. Blechhhhh. CAN'T GET ANYONE TO GIVE ME AN RMA#. Also have an existing RMA# 5 weeks old, no email for my credit.

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By Hulk from USA on 2020-06-06
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Things I liked: This is a very accurate rifle..and with a powerful kick to its shot. The scope to it is big and has cross hairs for better accuracy...this rifle is amazing...and with a poweful knockdown power for hitting targets; hunting ect. Thank you Pyramid Air.

Things I would have changed: Wouldn't change anything about this pellet rifle..manuel says 100 shot break in period where consistency, and noise quitness is increased for more quitness new out of the box.

What others should know: I made an indoor range out of a large rectangul ar lawn mower box, and filled it with a rug in the middle with pillows; also taped the top with duck tape for penetration tests inside house at about 32 feet....all the pellets stayed trapped inside the box..fun amazing and quieter than fireworks. Trust me this one is a sniper mode plinker...yes its worth the money. Trust me.

 

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By Hulk from USA on 2020-06-06
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Things I liked: This is a very accurate rifle..and with a powerful kick to its shot. The scope to it is big and has cross hairs for better accuracy...this rifle is amazing...and with a poweful knockdown power for hitting targets; hunting ect. Thank you Pyramid Air.

Things I would have changed: Wouldn't change anything about this pellet rifle..manuel says 100 shot break in period where consistency, and noise quitness is increased for more quitness new out of the box.

What others should know: I made an indoor range out of a large rectangul ar lawn mower box, and filled it with a rug in the middle with pillows; also taped the top with duck tape for penetration tests inside house at about 32 feet....all the pellets stayed trapped inside the box..fun amazing and quieter than fireworks. Trust me this one is a sniper mode plinker...yes its worth the money. Trust me.

 

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  • Guy from USA asked:

    What does VTR stand for?

    • Ivan from USA:

      Varmint Tactical Rifle

  • John from USA asked:

    Has anybody tried either of the Seneca .25 Cal, 35.8 gr or 43.2 gr pellets? Do these pellets have enough spin to be stable and not tumble out of this rifle? What Group size at 35-50 yards do they yield? The .117 equivelent pellet weights are 9.0 gr and 10.9 gr that have the same Hydrodynamic back pressure effects profile on the Piston, if the barrel is changed to .177.

    • John from USA:

      The question was, are the heaver pellets going to be spinning fast enough to be stable? For a refernce about this, check out the Greenhill Formula in _Hatcher's Notebook_ . It is available on line in PDF for free at _archive.org_ . Look in the last chapter on external ballistics. He also goes over the drag functions for different projectile shapes. There are graphs showing different drag functions. The drag goes up by almost an order of magnitude passing through the trans sonic region (+/- 20% of the speed of sound). To avoid this instability keep velocities below about 880 FPS. Also, another must have freebie is _Hawke ChairGun_ . It goes through ALL the number crushing on external ballistics you need to be a successful Airgunner in graph and table form . Just google it.

    • John from USA:

      Further down the page in response to the JSB 33.95 FPE question, Steve "got an average of 605 FPS with the 33.95 JSB pellet." That is 27.6 FPE. Piston air guns are at first approximation a transformerized Newton's Cradle. The transfer function coupling the mass of the pellet to the mass of the piston goes as the fourth power of the bore vs. the piston diameters. If all that we do is change the barrel we don't need to know the piston mass or cylinder size since it hasn't been changed. Going from .177 to .25 gives a hydrodynamic factor 3.98x. Thus the JSB 33.98 gr. gives an equivalent weight of 8.53 gr for the .177. There are secondary factors like the residual (air)spring pressure adding more remaining pressure further down the barrel. Also the .177 barrel is equivalently half the expansion ratio of the .25, Also the extreme temperature (over 1,300F peak) from compressing the cylinder air enough to generate the pressure needed with a high compression ratio results in a larger loss than friction. For the .177 equivalent 8.53 gr. with 27.6 FPE gives an equivalent velocity of 1,207 FPS, essentially twice the .25/33.95 @605FPS. The actual .177 energies are lower due to other velocity loss problems. The popular 10.5 gr. .177 pellet is equivalent to a 41.8 gr. .25 pellet. Of course the 725 FPS at 28 FPE needs a 24 gr pellet. For the .177 with the 5.1 gr. Gamo PBA @ 1,500 FPS has 24 FPE.

    • Chevota from USA:

      Heavier pellets don't work well in springers. You can try it typically the 20-25gr will make the most power, then at some point, likely ~30gr, power will start to taper off. At some point later power will nose dive hard. It's hard to predict when these happen because there are lots of factors involved, but even if it didn't lose much power your velocity will be rather low, like 550 or less would be my guess. The rifling is likely ~17 +-1 so you're good there. Accuracy cannot be estimated with chinese guns, the bore quality varies far too much. What you're missing on the pressure is other factors, like the time pressure is available to use, stiction and friction of the pellet. The 30+gr pells are generally pcp ammo. If you change that gun to 177 using a Trail XL barrel you will lose a ton of power and the JSB 13.43 pellets, maybe the 16gr, will be the only ammo to choose from. Why is too much to explain here but there's a lot of factors involved. In short, it's a delicate balance of parts and weights, similar to a car and its engine and gearing. Throw one off, like camshaft choice or gearing, and you're screwed. If you do try them, and have a Crony, please post the #'s because this is a common question and many assume it'll shoot any wt pellet at 725fps. Fyi you should get this guy; Piston Seal, Fits Walther Falcon... which will net you some free power. Well, by free I mean no drawbacks. It should be worth 5-10% more power.

  • John from USA asked:

    There used to be H&N Excite Coppa-Spitzkugel Pellets, .25 Cal, 24.54 listed here . Does the Copper coating reduce barrel resistance over lead? And will these pellets ever be available again? If you want to see the Pyramyd Air listing for this pellet just google it for a link.

    • Chevota from USA:

      Pointed pellets look cool but they actually have poor BC. The copper is kinda neat too, but kinda pointless. I suggest the JSB 25.39 round nose. If you want to reduce barrel friction you need to sand the bore. I know how that sounds but there's a reason for it, which is low chinese quality, and it must be done a certain way. I have detailed instructions if you/anyone wants; chevota at hotmail. Just tell me what gun. Fyi, the point of sanding is accuracy, byproducts are less friction, less blowby and more power.

    • Mark from USA:

      The copper coating did nothing for velocity. It was really just to reduce lead contact. We do not carry them. They did not sell.

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Item Description

REM-RM725VTR [PY-4674-9234]

Included:

CenterPoint® 3-9x32mm Scope


Caliber.25" (6.35mm)
Max Velocity900 fps
Muzzle Energy30 ft/lbs
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBlack
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