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Remington Model 725 VTR Break Barrel Air Rifle, .25
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.
|Max Velocity||900 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||30 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||1|
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Things I liked: Enjoyed shooting this one! Thanks for the cheep scope which can't handle the recoil of this rifle. It ended up in the trash after 30 pellets. For the price its a well build .25 if you don't like heavy don't purchase it.
Things I would have changed: Upgrade the scope and increase the price. I ended up paying more for my scope than the rifle.
What others should know: Id rather pay more for a rifle and good scope then purchasing my scope separately.
Things I liked: Classic style rifle, I did not like the thumbhole stock of the Trail NP XL 725. Powerful break barrel .25, much more fpe with JSB Diabolo 33.95gr pellets than my .22 cal Summit. Accurate, if you have some mechanical ability, and don't mind risking the 5 year warranty! It is currently $60.00 cheaper than the NP XL 725, but does comes with a lower quality scope.
Things I would have changed: The standard Crosman/Benjamin things, smoother trigger, better finish to essential moving parts like cocking arm, tighter breech seal fit.
What others should know: There is NO information on this gun as of 2-24-19 at Crosman. No parts list document, and when I've called tech support, the best answer I get is "I think so". So far, parts from Trail NP XL 725 have worked. The gun does NOT come as shown in picture, no front sling mount, and this rifle is heavy! Over 10lbs with good scope. And due to shooting heavy 33.95gr pellets, a scope with elevation ladder is essential if shooting distance. I have mounted a CenterPoint 3-12x44mm (CPGT312R) scope, and have shot close to 600 pellets, and it is holding up fine. I get readings of 80-85 decibels which puts this gun at the top range of "neighborhood friendly" but .25 cal is not in the "plinking all day" category yet!
Things I liked: Good power, accurate and smooth shot cycle. Got it dialed in and able to hit what I aim at between 25 to 50yards.
Things I would have changed: Nothing at this price. I wish some company would make a dedicated .25 cal break barrel with 40-45 ft. lbs. Of muzzle energy. It would be massive, but I'd buy one.
What others should know: Change the scope. I've got a UTG 3-9X40 AO that takes the abuse. This gun has a long compression chamber and takes a bit to get used to. If you don't like big spring piston guns this isn't for you. It's a little less powerful as my Hatsan 125 (.25) springer but it's a lot smoother and easier to shoot. For the money you get a powerful, accurate rifle that's big and heavy. If you're new to break barrels or not great with them this gun will leave you frustrated. If you want power, Accuracy and easy to shoot spend a little more and go pcp.
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900 fps on a .25 cal?? will buy one if it is correct...
I got 850 fps with the 16.54 Predator GTO using my ProChronoDLX
Only the .25 caliber pellets with the lightest grain weight will achieve or come close to that velocity, that should be a no-brainer. The 16.54 grain Predator GTO is the lightest that I know of. Also consider altitude above sea level, weather, and temperature. There are not a lot different .25 caliber pellets available. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.
They don't tell you what weight pellet they use to achieve that velocity though
What would the fpe be on the 25 caliber with 33.95 grain jsb pellets..
I got an average of 605 fps with the 33.95 JSB pellet. Using the online PyramydAir Airgun Calculator, it came out to 27.6 fpe.
The fpe will depend on the actual fps velocity that this .25 caliber, 33.95 grain pellet will be shot. You can not figure it out only on the fact it is a 33.95 grain .25 calibers. You also have to have the actual fps velocity the pellet is moving to get the FPE. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.
I guess I'm wondering how just a front sling attachment works since I've never had a rifle with one? It's always been either two or none....but never just one. How exactly do you attach a sling? Do you just loop it around the grip? I'd be inclined to suggest just adding the stud to the shoulder stock would have been a good idea but maybe I'm missing something.
it doesn't come with a sling mount because there's no normal place to mount a swivel on a break barrel!! This is a break barrel gun not a centerfire rifle, break barrels have to bend in half to cock, that leaves NO room for a swivel unless you want to ruin the stock & place it on the outside of the gun like Hatsan does(Stupid & Ugly).... best bet is to buy that cheap Buddy sling, it attches without swivels... Good luck
Some shooters dont want or install the second stud mounted on the lower standard end in the usual position. Some attach that stud further forward on the stock, like near the trigger guard or near there. They do that because of how they want to sling the rifle on their shooting side according to how it would hang or be slung on his body easier and It would allow for them to easily bring the barrel up to a cocking, loading, and shooting position, if not already cocked and loaded, getting a shot off faster with less movement, instead of slung on the shoulder the standard/old fashion way. That may be why it does not come with that second attached sling mount and sling. Plus you would pay more for the air rifle if it came with a sling. Firearms do not come with slings, so why should air rifles. But, it should be an option. I would rather mount the sling my self, in the manner I explained herein. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.
CenterPoint® 3-9x32mm Scope
|Max Velocity||900 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||30 ft/lbs|