Now with Nitro Piston™ technology, for 70% less noise than spring-powered guns! A smoother cocking effort requires only one simple motion, assuring that follow-up shots are seamless. Features include precision rifled barrels, fluted muzzle brakes, sculpted rubber recoil pads, and a 3–9x32 precision CenterPoint® airgun scope. Length: 46.25". Weight: 6.61 lbs.
Rated 1 out of 5 by lostfishingdays broke twice
Recieved it as a gift, less than 20 shots it quit pumping. Returned it with no problem to store, picked up another one. Maybe 50 shots later the second one did the same thing. Will buy another brand next time.
June 10, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by VarmitControl Good product w/suggestion
This rifle turnout to be pretty nice after I began using the heavier lead pellets. I shot this thing for an hour and a half at 20 yards with the "high speed" pellets. Could not get the rifle sighted in. I was all over the paper target with no particular grouping. I had boxed the rifle back up for return, then decided to use the standard lead pellet. With the standard pellet I was hitting a quarter sized bullseye at 25 yards consistently after only 10 shots. Satisfied,I again went back to the "high speed" pellet and again began missing the 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper. Not sure the issue, but VarmitControl will be sticking to lead pellets for consistency.
May 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by duke1063 A beauty
Bought one for squirrel control in the city. After about 120 rounds break-in, it got a lot quieter. Very accurate and powerful. I'm doing squirrels at 30-35 yards with no problem. Tried the alloy pellets that up the velocity to 1200, but the gun cracks out like a .22 when firing them. Defintely not for use in the city, stay with the regular Crossman hollow points.
April 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by birdblaster123 sweet gun!!!!!!!!!!!
I love this thing! mounted the scope and 5 pellets later shootin 1 inch groups at 25 yards and nailing 100 yard shots too. great gun buy one!
February 14, 2012
It's very real and powerful. It's in no way a toy ! It would be ideal for someone learning to shoot a real hunting rifle, as it is heavy, accurate, loud and has a bit of recoil. Definitely not for plinking at birds, or tin cans around town. Too dangerous for that.
Yes, very good, but I would be very careful of the target background, because the pellet is high velocity and goes a long way. At 25 yards, it will go clear though one inch particleboard. I bought mine because the noise it makes is considerably less that competitors models, and the price was far better.