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Crosman Nitro VenomŪ .22 Cal Air Rifle Combo

Crosman Nitro VenomŪ .22 Cal Air Rifle Combo

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  • Code: CVW8M22NP-kit · 0.22 cal · 950 fps
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The Nitro Piston Technology has proven to be a real plus for people who hunt with air rifles. You'll never have to worry when you cock your gun if your spring is broken or canted (bent) and losing power. Hunt pest birds, rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks, nutria, rats and mice with the Crosman Nitro Venom air rifle.

Specifications:

  • Caliber - .22
  • Velocity: 950 FPS
  • Weight: 7.40 lbs
  • Barrel Length:18.63"
  • Overall Length: 44.25"
  • Capacity: 1 round
  • Barrel: Rifled
  • Front Sight: None
  • Rear Sight: None
  • Scopeable: Weaver/Picatinny
  • Buttpad: Ventilated rubber
  • Suggested for: Small game hunting/plinking
  • Action: Break barrel
  • Powerplant: Gas piston
  • Safety: Automatic
  • Repeater: Single-shot

Features:

  • 70% quieter than most other break barrels!
  • Gas piston
  • Smoother cocking and shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue, (Even if you leave it cocked for hours)
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Weaver rail (no open sights)
  • Ambidextrous hardwood stock with twin raised cheekpieces
  • Checkered grip & forearm
  • Muzzlebrake
  • Includes Unmounted CenterPoint 3-9x32 Scope with Quick-Lock Mounting System and 2 Tins of .22 Cal Pointed Pellets
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Velocity950 fps
  • Airgun MechanismGas piston
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • Airgun UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
  • Airgun RailWeaver Mount
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • OpticsVariable / 1 inch Tube
  • Product ConditionNew
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Reviews
Crosman Nitro Venom .22 Cal Air Rifle Combo
4.5 Stars based on 19 Review(s)
michael
oxnard, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great combo for the price
October 1, 2014
First off everyone knows about the trigger, so that should be no surprise. The gun is good looking, accurate, and powerfull. The scope is ok up to 5 or 6 power. We will see how long it lasts, but really, how good could it be on a $ 150 combo? I think I got more than I paid for, and if I replace the scope later I will still be happy.
Pros:
price, power,
Cons:
trigger, scope, (you get what you pay for)

David
Mt. Pleasant, Texas
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Trigger?
March 1, 2014
Trigger is long and breaks over at different times. Working on that now. Other than that i love it.
Pros:
Love it ++++
Cons:
Just the trigger - - -

Chris
Brookfield, NH
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice Surprise
February 17, 2014
I purchased this rifle combination with only moderate expectations as getting a .22 with a gas piston and ammo for that price, there must be something not great about this rifle. In addition, some of the reviews put overall quality (accuracy) and quality control on a low level. Exceeding my expectations began the moment I opened the box, with a rather nice looking rifle for minimal cost. I think the scope is the best one I have seen bundled with a budget rifle, albeit still of lower quality than what the rifle may deserve. Cocking and firing are both smooth, much smoother than I anticipated and certainly compared to some of my springers. I have only put the included ammo through this, but surprisingly accurate right from the start. I was Leary of this entry level gas piston in .22, but there is plenty of momentum behind this indicating some decent stopping power at close range. I have only put through about 50 rounds (I prefer to fire 200 rounds prior to spending too much time determining all of its nuances, including accuracy), so I have not attempted groups yet, but at least for plinking, has shown to be fairly accurate out to 25 yd. I have found it to be much less hold sensitive than springers, as intended, but just overall a very smooth firing rifle. I am still just very pleased with this purchase and considering buying another one just because its such a great deal and nice rifle.
Pros:
Nice way to test out a gas piston for your collection let alone a decent air rifle.

Todd
Holland, MI
1 Stars

Not great. I guess it's all relative.
February 5, 2014
beats throwing pebbles, but it hit all over the place, the trigger is horrible, the cocking hinge scraped the stock, just not what I'd want in a gun for the long or short haul. I'm not sure what the good reviews are comparing to, but I just have a fundamental expectation of any gun over 75 bucks, and this didn't really meet any of them. It's reasonably quiet I suppose, especially when it misses the trap at 50 yards. The scope was ok till 9x, then could not be focused, that was pretty lame. I don't see the entertainment of shooting at 20 yards, this one was not a performer at that or further. Not a real comfortable stock either, if you hold one you may agree, kind of clunky and chunky.
Pros:
I'm not the guy to ask on this.
Cons:
the gun itself. poor build, accuracy, trigger.

Alan Polishuk
Quinton, Va.
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice Gun for the money!
January 29, 2014
A nice inexpensive gun for plinking and rodent control. It's been to darn cold to zero the gun yet! Next few warm days this task will be on my schedule.

Steven
Puerto Rico
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

A nitro piston air rifle for $140, money well spent.
January 25, 2014
This is my first air rifle. I bought it because I was spending way too much money at the firing range and I thought this would a good alternative, and it sure is, this rifle is fun to shoot. Its solidly built, accurate, and powerful. Some thing you should know if you are considering purchasing one of these: The barrel: I've read many reviews that mention that this rifle comes with a very dirty barrel. It does... I cleaned mine before shooting it and I highly recommend that you do the same if you buy one. This will help speed up the break in process. The scope: Many reviews complain about the scope that comes with this rifle. I don't get it! The scope that came with mine works great at close to medium range. It provides a clear, focused view on all power levels up to approximately 120 ft, it does start to get a little blurry at longer distances though. But it works well enough that I will not be replacing it. The trigger: Its true what they say, its pretty bad out of the box but it's super easy to fix. Follow the instructions on you tube videos ( there are a lot of them) but dont use washers or the 5mm x 9mm bearing people recommend. You will end up with a hair trigger. I used a 5mm x 8mm bearing that I purchased at a local hobby shop and my trigger is fantastic!!! It now has a 1/4" travel and breaks wonderfully, and the safety still works.
Pros:
Price, $140 bucks for a nitro piston air rifle is a bargain. It feels solidly built and is accurate. It took me about 20 shots to zero my scope. 100 rounds later my shots are grouping nicely and getting better. After its fully broken in this will be a very nice shooter
Cons:
Dirty barrel and trigger required modification

nick
norton, ohio
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great gun
December 25, 2013
I just got this gun. Took it out of package and mounted scope. In about 20 shots with hollow point pellets I was hitting bulls-eyes and targets. This is very accurate and a great gun for a low price.
Pros:
Very accurate Low price Nice scope
Cons:
Nothing

Scott
Boca Raton, FL.
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great air rifle, scope didn't work out for me!
November 13, 2013
I bought this for squirrel hunting, not long range sniping. Scope could not adjust for short range targeting. I bought a pair of magpul flip-up sights and now my setup is perfect. I have no need for a scope. If they just would have put sights on the rifle to begin with. Just FYI that plastic piece at the end of the barrel is useless. The trigger needed to be modded with a bearing found on a youtube video.
Pros:
Performs great!
Cons:
Scope Trigger

Curt
Elizabethtown, Kentucky
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

First airgun
June 12, 2013
My 13 year old son talked me into buying him a .22 air rifle after he watched some YouTube clips. Looked at different guns and settled on the Crossman. Got it out of the box and put the scope on. Wasn't sure about the gun until we went out and zeroed in the scope. Lots of fun shooting this gun. Zeroed it in at 35 yards but it shoots dead on near 100 yards. We are going to love plinking with this gun and shooting varmints.
Pros:
Solid construction. Nice scope.
Cons:
Hard to cock. Hope it eases up with use.

KNK
California
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice Gun
February 23, 2013
Very nice Shoots well Not so sure about plastic trigger
Pros:
Very quiet
Cons:
Plastic parts

Jon
Otterville, MO
3 Stars

Hard Shooting Gas'r, Supplied CenterPoint Scope Worthless
February 17, 2013
Thought the $140 price was too good to pass up last April. The rifle seems to function adequately, with the exception of the factory trigger. The scope supplied with this package is the worst optic I've ever encountered. It functioned okay for about 300 discharges and went belly up. I changed rings to Weavers, tried shimming the scope to get it on paper since the adjustment range was maxed. The scope continued to exhibit erratic adjustment and impact with both windage and elevation. Never would move as supposed to, i.e.: 8 up, 8 left, 8up and 8 clicks down. All screws were double-checked for correct tightness, ruled that out early. Pellets of different types left the target looking like an open choke .410 shotgun pattern after the counted clicks to move the POI. Hits inconsistent and scattered everywhere with 4 brands and 3 basic styles of pellets on the "squared adjustment%u201D test target. Hold and placement of contact with the rifle proved moot. Artillery hold to almost locking with a firm grip from on a sandbag couldn't help the dismal performance of the scope. I couldn't use magnification above 4X on this 3X9 looking glass and that was only useful to 20yds or less. The scope was, is and remains totally out of focus, despite all efforts to adjust the ocular lens. 'Nuf said about the poorest optic I've encountered in over 50 years of shooting air, rim fire and center fire arms. I believe my purchase was a GOOD BUY despite the issue of junk glass. I'm just highly PO'd about the CenterPoint scope's uselessness. It started out a winner, but rapidly suffered system failure due to the scope. This situation left me wishing it had open sights for back-up though. I bought it knowing full well it would be an optic directed air rifle. The rifle seems to have power to spare and will drive wad cutters, Daisy economy pointed pellets, doomed RWS and Crosman Premiere pellets deep into wood/plywood. Only real drawback on the rifle is the ultra-long take up and terribly rough pull through the trigger to release the beast of the gas piston. Correctable with a GRT III trigger replacement for $32. It now just sets collecting dust. I'll put it back in service for the grand kids this spring with a new optic from a more trusted source. If my memory serves me...I'll update with a new review in a few weeks once I feel moved to prepare for the younger ones coming for more frequent visits with Grams and me. I may even miter the stock to a shorter LOP to allow the smaller kids proper mount and hold. Darn rifle is heavier than a lot of large bore center fire rifles and decreasing the OAL is better for its intended purpose of allowing the younger grand kids, both boys and girls to work on eye-hand-brain coordination and correct trigger control/follow through to aid in making the journey to marksmanship more manageable. They all enjoy burning powder%u2026but the times dictate unlimited pellets beats the cost of .22LRs. Never mind their want to turn loose magazines full of 5.56 through a couple of Modern Sporting Rifles on the family range! Buy one if you want to try a gas piston for fewer dollars, but be forewarned, you%u2019ll need a trigger and may need a better or at least more reliable optic for the ultimate satisfaction that this air rifle should provide. Shucks%u2026you might be better off in the long run by spending the additional money required to sweeten the performance on a different model, altogether. 3 Stars since it is a factory-packaged deal. I believe the rifle on it's own is close to a 5.
Pros:
Initial Cost Raw Power Difficulty of Cocking prevents young shooters from being tempted to shoot on their own until I and their parents are 100% satisfied with their knowledge of firearms and air guns with most consideration toward proper gun handling and safety 1st considerations.
Cons:
Package included dysfunctional CP scope Really Poor Trigger Rough woodwork, splinters, and low-quality finish

brit
tifton, ga
2 Stars

crosman nitro venom
December 12, 2012
Looks great and feels good. Although, it's not near as accurate as a $150 air rifle should be. I would recommend getting a .177 cal over the .22 cal any day. The .22 cal version does not have the killing velocity (lead pellets) needed to pass through the squirrels I shoot. This results in an inhumane shot on the animal and a follow up shot is almost always required. I hate that! I'am one shot one kill kinda of hunter.
Pros:
Decent scope. Gun is built well. It's fairly quiet but not as quiet as advertised.
Cons:
It is very inaccurate past fifteen yrds. Inconsistent accuracy period. Of course, the trigger is horrible and it is overpriced to me because of the inaccuracy of the weapon consistently. I would reccomend a gamo .177 cal of some sort.

Jared
Milford, mass
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Most bang for the buck...pun intended.
November 11, 2012
I am a loyal AGD customer but will admit I bought my nitro venom .22 at a local sporting goods store. I've been pondering this purchase for a while and saw it in the store and bought it spur of the moment. Short and sweet, I took this rifle out of the box, cleaned the barrel and found that it likes gamo rockets. Within 50 shots, I was shooting dime size groups at 25 yards. I feel this is a very under rated rifle that deserves some respect. For the money, I like it better than my trail np, and I payed seventy bucks less. I've stepped into the world of PCP's briefly and found that I missed the challenges of shooting a break barrel accurately. This is a great value for your dollar.
Pros:
Accurate out of the box, and perfect weight. Shape of the stock\grip seems to offset the poor trigger well. It's easy to get a solid grip on this gun which minimizes movement through the long trigger pull.
Cons:
Typical Crosman trigger, but this gun seems to wear it well. At least it works for me. Should come with an AO scope.

Jim
Georgetown, Kentucky
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Something that lives up to its advertising.
October 23, 2012
This air rifle is a must have. Hunts like a 22 long rifle out to about 45 yards.
Pros:
Price, power, no ATF.
Cons:
Nothing to dislike.

Bad Boy Billy
n Of Detroit mi.
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Air Rifle
September 27, 2012
Very Good Packing. Mounted scope and 5 shots later hit the dot 5 times. I still need to take it on a hunt. I am waiting for the snow, will know more then. I bought a http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000S91WT6/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00 better scope, this one was blurry. I also bought a tripod this is a great gun.
Pros:
punch, repeatably
Cons:
scope

Brian
Louisiana
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Crosman Nitro Venom...not a bad choice at all!
August 29, 2012
I bought the .22 cal. Hitting power is very good, almost frightening actually. Mine coming in at about 16 - 17 FPE, which is totally adequate for squirrels, rabbits, and other small furries. Accuracy quite good, but the gun does seem to zing out a flyer every few shots. Maybe it's me, I don't know. JSB Diabolo pellets seem to give me the best groups. With Crosman Premier, Ultra Mags almost as good. Scope is ok and quite nice for a freebie included with the gun, but would have preferred open sights and let me choose an after market scope. Even so, it's not awful, and will be great for backyard shooting. Just be careful, this is not a red ryder bb gun, this is an adult pellet rifle. Weaver Picatinny rail is a fantastic feature, and seems to be welded quite solidly. When you install the scope, be sure to put some loktite blue threadlocker on the threads...this gun recoils (even though a nitro piston) and will shake your scope out of alignment if it isn't locked down tight. Trigger is not good at all...plan on spending $30 for a GRT-3 trigger. You will hate the stock trigger and won't be able to group worth anything. (look at grt-3 trigger stuff on youtube if you aren't familiar). In short, you get a lot for $165 here. Nitro piston hits hard and is butter smooth. Quiet, no "cracking" or loud report...more a thunk-thud sound. Can shoot in your backyard without alarming any neighbors. Sound of pellet smacking target is louder than the sound of the gun firing. Gunstock is wood and is nice...not beautiful woodgrain, but still looks nice and is substantial. Nice looking gun! I have not regretted getting this rifle, once I swapped out the trigger, I was happy. I would recommend this purchase without a thought...I gave 4 stars instead of 5 due to the trigger issue.
Pros:
Nitro Piston is awesome...smooth cocking and hard hitting power. Accurate within reasonable limits (plenty good within about 15 - 20 yards). Substantial and solid wooden stock, nice checkering. Mine had no rust, no scratches or scrapes in the bluing...beautiful gun.
Cons:
Trigger is without question the worst feature. Plan on replacing it immediately. You will see what I mean when you get it. Order your GRT trigger. Scope isn't the best, I dislike it...but it is useable and for 10 - 15 yds, it will be adequate. I dislike that there are no open sights, you must scope this weapon to aim it.

Ron
Northern VA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Accurate & fun with the whole family - no regrets
June 26, 2012
Bought the rifle a while ago and have been very pleased with it. I wanted to put some rounds through it before I gave it a review. Must have put nearly 3,000 rounds through it without any issue. The rounds I use are the Crosman Premier .22 cal Hollow Point Pellets (500 Count). They are inexpensive and work good for my gun. I can pick up a tin for about $9 at Walmart. As mentioned in other reviews, the scope that comes with the gun is fair at best, but can be used and deliver a nice grouping at 25 yards. At 50 yards my eyes are getting old and it’s tough for me to hold it on target. I can group them, but not as tight. I’d blame myself rather than the gun/scope. The scope is kind of fuzzy at max zoom, so I keep it backed off a little most of the time. While it’s fuzzy, you can still make out the target easily enough – just not sharp and in focus. Too bad there are no iron sights – the stock scope is fair at best but the rail system is solid. I was surprised at how quiet it is. I shoot in my back yard (it’s legal for me where I live), but it does not make much noise. During the day, with normal outside noise – the sound does not get my neighbors attention unless they are specifically listening for it. At night – it’s a different story, where background noise is much lower to start. Hitting a target often makes more noise than the shot itself. The trigger has a long pull, and while there is an adjustment for it, it is still not that great. You can buy after-market triggers, but I’m happy plinking around the yard the way it is. I’m not going into any competition so it is what it is. As the saying goes, a poor carpenter blames his tools. The stock has a nice rubber butt – you’d think by looking at it that the rifle has a might hefty kick. It has a kick, but if they didn’t have the rubber butt, you could shoot for hours w/o getting sore. I like the safety on the rifle. I’m a south-paw and it is very easy to set and release the safety (in front of the trigger). It may sound dangerous, but it’s pretty slick. After a shot, I automatically put it on safe before I reload. My son is a righty and it’s very easy for both of us to use it. I consider it a big plus. The end of the muzzle looks like a silencer, but it’s not, more of a decoration. It’s nice to pick the rifle up by this or to use your palm to break open the muzzle. I’m pleased with the Nitro Venom .22 cal, and would recommend it to anyone.
Pros:
Trigger safety, quiet, fun. Accurate with cheap pellets.
Cons:
If I were to look for something, I'd say the scope is fair. It does it's job, but it's what you'd expect for a stock scope.

Jose Luis Bello
Argentina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Very nice rifle
June 8, 2012
I am not a good shooter, I just bought it for fun to fill in my spare time. When I got it, I put the scope on and started to adjust it. My first impression was that the rifle had poor accuracy and the pellets were going all over. After some 40 shots things started to improve (I guess I started to improve). I put myself in a comfortable position with my body against a chair, the muzzle on top of a support, pulling the trigger half way then releasing it, adjusting my position, and then going for the shot with a shorter trigger pull. (I have not adjusted the trigger second stage yet). As said, I pull it half way first (Sorry my English is not good enough, I think you may say half cocked), this way I feel improves my accuracy. I have now almost completed the scope adjustment and break in period after some 80 shots. Other users said that the scope wasn't good enough, but I find it adequate. If you leave the rifle steady and move up/down or sideways your eye, the cross-hair moves away from the point the rifle is aiming, but no more than 1/2 of an inch at 20 yards. Surely there are better scopes, but so far, for me its OK. Right now, at 20 yards all shots are on target or at 3/4 of an inch at the most. Power seems pretty good. I shoot a hard paraffin candle and the pellet was 0.54” in. and pointing perfectly forward, no sideways deviation at all. Recoil and noise are as expected. I have not used it in low light conditions. I guess that the scope will become useless at late afternoon. I plan to add a laser within a month. Just for fun. I am more than satisfied with this performance, and hopefully expect some improvement as I hone my shooting ability. In short, I like this rifle very much, and I would recommend it to anyone starting with air guns. Price/performance is a winner.
Pros:
The quality Precision Power Easy to set up and use. Appearance. Looks like a real rifle.
Cons:
None so far.

Bigheadted
Norhtern California
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Better than expected
March 8, 2012
The last pellet rifle I bought was in 1989, it is a Daisy break barrel 177, it still works and still has the cheesy scope it came with. It has been fired literally thousands of times. So you can see I have no current experience with modern air rifles.I wanted something with more accuracy and power and a good price. I chose the Nitro Venom in 22 caliber. I was very happy with the rifle when I received it and was mounting the scope, to me it was more than I expected. The stock finish is not what you wouls call good looking but I intend to camo it so the point is moot there. I thoroughly cleaned the barrel and took it out to shoot, I would shoot a couple shots and clean the barrel shoot a few rounds and clea . I did this for the first 50 or so rounds, a habit from my rifle shooting days. During tis time I rough sighted the gun and just had fun offhand shooting at random objects on my property and was quite happy with the hits I was making and impressed with the power of this gun. At first it was louder than expected but has really quieted down now. I set up targets and started shooting a variety of different pellets and found the Crosman to shoot the most consistent, the Gamo seemed to have random fliers with most 5 shot groups. Accuracy has been pretty dang good with most 5 shot groups having all pellet hole touching and pretty much making one ragged odd shaped hole covered by a penny. Killing power was shocking with gun no matter what pellet though to date all I have shot is birds. I cannot wait to zot some squirrels and rabbits with this. I have made some amazing shots out to 30-35 yards with this gun. YOU MUST use the artillery type hold to acheive the best accuracy with this gun. I really like tis rifle and would highly reccomend it.After shooting it and adjusting the trigger I have found it to be very acceptable.
Pros:
Everything
Cons:
That I did not buy one sooner.



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Q&A
By Shawn from Lemoore, CA on November 27, 2011
How does this rifle compare to the Trail in regards to accuracy and value?
By Joel from Fishers, IN on January 19, 2012

Answer:
Hi, Shawn;

The Crosman Nitro Venom series and Benjamin Trail series air rifles share the same internal parts.
Same powerplant (Nitro Piston), same trigger and sear assemblies.
The differences lie in the choice of stock, the configuration of the barrels (such as, whether or not they have muzzle brakes, shrouds, or barrel weights ("jackets"), and the type of scope rails offered (3/8" versus Weaver).
The Crosman guns are marketed toward more budget conscious consumers, so generally will have less detail or fewer additional options, whereas the Benjamin branded airguns will have more "bling".
Underneath, however, they work just as well. :)
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 8, 2012

Answer:
But the Trail XL series is a lot more powerful.
By Carter from Washington on February 14, 2012

Answer:
Accuracy is better with the Trail, value, about the same...

By Josh from VA on February 11, 2012
How accurate have you found this rifle to be, 20 yards, 30 yards, 50 yards, more?
By Daniel from Houston, TX on February 21, 2012

Answer:
This gun is very accurate at 20, 30 yards. I have shot it at 60 yards using the 2nd mil dot on the scope and can get a three pellet grouping of about 1.5 inches. I am very pleased with the gun.
By Ron from Alexandria, VA on June 27, 2012

Answer:
Concur with Daniel. Once you zero your scope, it's very accurate at 20 & 30 yards. I use cheap Crosman Premier. Hollow Point Pellets and get consistant group within 1". At 50, I'm not as good - I know it's me and not the rifle but like to hear my 4" spinner consistantly "tink" just holding it the rifle - no bench.

By Ryan from clark, nj on November 16, 2011
Is this gun quite ?
By steve from ohio on November 30, 2011

Answer:
its not any quieter than any other nitro gun but there is no twang like a regular spring gun and the noise has quicker shot cycle than a spring gun, hence it seems alot quieter and the noise is directed away from where you are shooting so you hear most of the shot cycle not the prey. it sounds very quiet at 15yds down range and 10yds to the side of the firing line.
By Joel from Fishers, IN on January 19, 2012

Answer:
Steve is exactly right, and makes a good point:
most of the noise that you, the shooter, hear from a spring piston gun is sound transmitted through the stock from the firing cycle. That is, the twang and buzz from an expanding and rotating metal mainspring, and the whack of the piston slamming into the face of the compression tube. The Nitro Piston airguns have no metal mainspring - so no twang and buzz and chatter - and the firing cycle is much more rapid than with metal. The shorter impulse, couple with the reduced noise, make them very pleasant to shoot.
Bear in mind, however, that most of the noise your neighbors hear when you shoot airguns comes from the excess gas escaping behind the pellet, and from the pellet hitting the target. This noise is relatively identical, whether you are shooting an airgun with a metal spring or a Nitro piston. Additionally, remember that your pellet will make a surprisingly loud "crack!' if it goes trans-sonic (meaning, if it has a muzzle velocity of about 1100 fps or more at sea level)...
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 8, 2012

Answer:
It is pretty quiet since it is a nitro piston, but still somewhat loud.
By Carter from Washington on February 14, 2012

Answer:
Yes, a lot quieter than a .22lr, or your average springer for that matter.

By mike moros from frognkricket@yahoo.com on January 9, 2012
what is the fps?

By Staff on January 10, 2012

Answer:
950

By Guru Patnaik from Cuttack on November 25, 2011
Hi,
Looks good but how is it ?

Thanks

Regards,

Guru


By Roy from Florida on December 3, 2011

Answer:
Great looking rifle and the quality is very good. This thing has power, I'm shooting holes though half inch plywood @ 30 yards. I still haven't shot 100 rounds and the power and accuracy keeps getting better with every shot. If your just getting started and on a budget like me you can't beat the price for so much fun. The only thing I regret is not getting a case for it to protect the beautiful finish.
By steve from richwood, OH on December 3, 2011

Answer:
the shot cycle is short and rather quiet, the penetration with all pellets is remarkable, the trigger is not great but, it is an air rifle not an anti-sniper rifle. I have been able to shoot some 2in groups at 50yds with the benjamin hollow points. At 60yds it still blows through 1/2in plywood with ease. It shoulders well (a bit on the heavier side but a very solid gun. The 3-9x32 mil-dot centerpoint scope holds zero and is fairly repeatable. I decide on the venom model due to the scope rail being solid mount and many people complaining about the dove tail mount that many guns are equipt with. The Benjamin trail np is the same platform but higher priced, and have never been too fond of carrying a thumb through stock around. Now I need to figure out a good way to sling it..... I would definately buy again, tree rats at 40yds and under look like they have been hit with a 22LR hollow point. They do make an impressive hole....hehehehehe
By Daniel from Virginia Beach, VA on December 4, 2011

Answer:
Very accurate. Every time I go to shoot it's just great. Doesn't make much noise at all. It was a good purchase for me
By Carter from Washington on February 14, 2012

Answer:
Accuracy could be better, but an overall good nitro piston gun for $170

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Target Shooting How far away will your target(s) be?
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Air Pistol Guide What would you like to do with your Air Pistol?