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Crosman Titan GP .22 Caliber Air Rifle- 695 FPS

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Item #: C7M22NP
Crosman Titan GP .22 Caliber Air Rifle- 695 FPS
Crosman Titan GP .22 Caliber Air Rifle- 695 FPSCrosman Titan GP .22 Caliber Air Rifle- 695 FPSCrosman Titan GP .22 Caliber Air Rifle- 695 FPSCrosman Titan GP .22 Caliber Air Rifle- 695 FPSCrosman Titan GP .22 Caliber Air Rifle- 695 FPS
Was $99.99
Suggested Use: Small Game Hunting /Plinking
Item#:C7M22NP
Brand:Crosman
Caliber:0.22
Velocity:695
Fire Mode:Single Shot
Mechanism:Gas Piston
Mag. Capacity:1
Weight:8.5 lbs
Condition:New

This version of the Titan has plenty of knock down power for pest control and small game hunting. Remeber it's knock down powe (muzzle energy)r that matters and not FPS. It only takes around 3 - 10 ft lbs of energy to humanely eliminate most small pests such as squirrels, starlings, rabbits, pidgeons etc. This rifle can conservatively deliver 12 ft lbs of energy using a 14 grain lead pellet.

The Titan GP is a separate model from the other Crosman Titan Air Rifle .22 Caliber. The velocity has been reduced, resulting in a gun that has remarkably wonderful shooting characteristics. Can you say smooth? It's easier to cock than most spring guns on the market. It's great for those who just like to leisurely shoot without breaking a sweat or feeling the ache from repeatedly cocking the gun and is still a great pest control air rifle.

Specifications:

  • Caliber: .22
  • Velocity: 695 FPS
  • Weight: 6.61 lbs
  • Overall Length: 43.2"
  • Capacity: 1 Round
  • Cocking Effort: Only 21 lbs!
  • Barrel: Rifled
  • Front Sight: None
  • Rear Sight: None
  • Scopeable: 11mm dovetail
  • Trigger adj.: Two-stage adjustable
  • Apprx. Trigger Pull: 4.00 lbs
  • Buttpad: Ventilated rubber
  • Action: Break Barrel
  • Powerplant: Gas Piston
  • Safety: Manual
  • Repeater: Single-shot

Features:

  • Nitro Piston Features
    • Smoother cocking
    • Smoother shooting
    • No spring torque
    • No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours
    • Functions perfectly in cold weather
    • Lasts longer than a metal spring
  • Only 21 lbs. cocking effort!
  • Ambidextrous, ergonomic thumbhole stock
  • Dual raised cheekpieces
  • Muzzlebrake for added leverage
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Reduced vibration due to the gas piston
  • Much quieter than other breakbarrels
  • Includes: Unmounted 4x32 Scope & Mounting Pieces (no open sights)
MSRP $199.00
Our Price $99.99 Save $99.01 (50%)
manufacturerCrosman
caliber0.22
velocity695
airgun mechanismGas Piston
ammo typePellets
magazine capacity1
airgun useSmall Game Hunting /Plinking
airgun railDovetail Mount
overall length47"
barrel styleRifled
fire modeSingle Shot
cocking effort21 lbs
gun weight8.5 lbs
optics4x32mm
mounts1 inch- Two Piece Dovetail High
product conditionNew
warranty1 Year Limited
Crosman Titan GP .22 Caliber Air Rifle- 695 FPS
$99.99
4.5 Stars based on 12 Review(s)
gabe
AL Gulf coast
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

CROSMAN TITAN BP
February 14, 2012
Just received this rifle today and shot it all afternoon. I was never a Crosman fan, but this is without a doubt the most accurate "out of the box" .22 airgun I have ever fired. I had 5 diffferent pellets available, from cost very little to cost a lot. This thing shot them all with outstanding accuracy. Easy to cock, small compared to a lot of comparable springers. Its a joy to shoot. Best accuracy was with the Crosman HP. Beat the H&N and RWS but not by much. The CenterPoint scope and rings it comes with are not bad. I really like CP scopes. Not as hold sensitive as most springers. For the money, it's nice to see 1" groups right out of the box @ 20 yards. Tru-Oil the stock and you have a WINNER!!
Pros:
THIS RIFLE IS ACCURATE. My first Nitro Piston and I am sold. Comes with a CenterPoint scope. Light and easy to cock. Not "picky" when it comes to pellets.
Cons:
Sell it with medium height rings. The thumbhole type stock requires you to really push your cheek down a bunch on the stock to get a clear picture in the scope. This was an issue with 3 people that shot this rifle. But thats an easy fix. Wouldn't keep me from buying another, cause the accuracy blows any faults away.

Tim Reeves
Charleston, SC
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Love it
June 1, 2012
I sold mine and got a beeman dual barrel. I was hitting quarters at 25 yards but miss my Titan. I'm going to sale my beeman to my neighbor so we can hunt together. The only thing I wish was it had was sights. And for those people that says it both guns aren't accurate I was shooting quarters from 25 yards over and over but I had a expert badge in the army in marks men ship in the army In 1990. But like I said the Titan Benjamin gp is the best. Take the word of a Desert Storm Vet buddy. timreeves1969@gmail.com if you want to chat. Charleston,S.C.
Pros:
Everything Wow I paid $149.......Be careful it will go through steel. I use Hollow Points

Shane
Raceland, LA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Awesome!
April 25, 2012
My first air rifle, and I'm hooked! This thing is awesome. Very accurate after the break-in period. (maybe 100 rounds) My favorite target so far is chopping the tall weeds in the field behind our house (only about 20yds). One shot to the stalk from the .22 and it falls in two. I chose this one based on the price, looks, and the fact that it's a nitro-piston. I did my research before jumping into this new hobby and figured the NP would fit perfectly due to the reduced noise and all-weather performance when compared to a traditional spring. I ended up choosing the low-velocity model since I have a relatively short yard to shoot in. After owning this one (and buying 2 more AGs since) it is still my favorite and most accurate by far. Haven't used it for any hunting yet, still plinking and target shooting till I feel 100% confident in my ability. However, I do not doubt it's effectiveness based on the damage the .22 has done to various targets. The included scope was decent, however I upgraded it to a 4x32 AO the week after.
Pros:
-the look of it the thumb-hole stock -soooo quiet -cocking takes half the effort of my other rifle -accuracy!
Cons:
-I only regret not getting the full power version since I built a nice pellet trap

ed
signal mountain,tn
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

titan GP .22 caliber air riflr-695 fps
April 12, 2012
i am very happy with the titan GP it was right on at 30 yards right out of the box, i got this one so my granddaughter could cock it by herself.
Pros:
,easy to cock, and accurate
Cons:
poor finish on the stock and it has some bad spots that need to be sanded out

Cecil
Denham Springs, LA.
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Titan gp .22---695fps
April 3, 2012
I got this rifle last Weekend and have been very pleased. It clearly is a good bargain. I was seeing 1 inch groups after about 100 shots. Much of that time was learning the proper hold and sight technique.
Pros:
Nice heft, fit and finish Easy cocking quiet. Very accurate.
Cons:
The safety is a little close to the trigger but is only a problem because the edges of it are rough.

Tim
Topeka
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice Air Rifle
April 3, 2012
Well Made. Nitro power makes a big difference over spring.

Dahooch
oregon
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Titan gp .22---695fps????
April 3, 2012
This weapon is cool...stock fit and finish very decent..easy to cock...have fired just under 500 pellets and getting smoother...shoot with a friend who has Titan Regal .22, even though this is rated as slower the nice "WHACK" when hitting plywood backed targets seem quite similiar..great price for appears to be quality so far..like most everyone else says the trigger is rough and not very consistent, but only have just under 500 pellets through it..several easy fixes for that though..even with stock trigger and better scope came into under inch at 25 yards..trigger fix is next ...can't wait for some field use...
Pros:
Price, quality,accuracy,and how easy to cock
Cons:
trigger, but to be expected as 'lawyer' trigger is the norm for safety reasons

david tubeck
Fla
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

good looking and smooth cocking
April 2, 2012
As a collector of pellet guns, this stays inside along with a Benjamin 22 pellet pump. I tried it out from differant distances. About 50 ft out it is very accurate.
Pros:
The looks of the stock. The cocking actions is very smooth
Cons:
The trigger has a long pull and will take getting used to.

Daniel
Stone Mountain, GA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Smooth Shooter
April 1, 2012
Very smooth action with a very short firing cycle. I wouldn't call it quiet, but by the time you hear the sound it's already over. Very brief pop. Good accuracy, 1/4 inch groups at 30 yards without really trying too hard.
Pros:
Very smooth to cock and shoot, requires almost no effort. Very brief firing cycle. Good Accuracy. 3rd party triggers available. One of my favorite rifles I own.
Cons:
Wish there was a stock extender for people with longer arms. It's a perfect junior rifle, but a little awkward for a larger adult. Trigger is OK, not great, but not the worst trigger I've run into. Put your own scope and mounts on it whenever you can. The included scope is acceptable but the rifle deserves a little upgrade.

SPARKY O'GOBBER
highest town in WV.
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

FOR THE MONEY. SHOOTING BETTER EVERY DAY.
March 28, 2012
THE GUN ARRIVED RIGHT ON TIME.TWO ORDERS ARRIVED THE SAME DAY. ONE A GAMO WHISPER REFURB AND THE CROSMAN TITAN GP.I HAD ORDER THE GAMO ON EVENING AND THE NEXT MORNING I CHECKED MY EMAIL THE CROSMAN GP WAS THE DAILY DEAL SO I CALLED TO ADD IT TO THE ORDER. THE ORDER DEPT HAD ALREADY PROCESSED MY FIRST ORDER.DEPOT GAVE A SMALL BREAK ON SHIPPING AND I BIT. AT FIRST I LIKED THE GAMO MUCH BETTER A SHOOTING FRIEND SHOT THE GUN FIRST. HE LOVES OPEN SIGHTS AND WILL NOT USE A SCOPE. WE BOTH LIKED THE WEIGHT OF THE GAMO AND SHOT 20 TO 50 FOOT SHOTS.THE GAMO OPEN SIGHTS WERE RIGHT ON . THE TARGET BOARD A PINE 2X6 WAS RIDDLED WITH .117 FROM A BRONCO AND .22 FROM A QB6. THE GAMO PELLET COULD NOT BEEN SEEN. WE PUSHED A TWIG IN TO SEE THE DEPTH. WE BOTH ANSWERED WOW! MY FRIEND OFFERED ME WHAT I PAID FOR IT. BOTH RIFLES NEEDED SCOPES MOUNTED I SHOT THE GAMO FIRST BECAUSE IT WAS SO LIGHT I WANTED IT TO BE A SUMMER HUNTER AND THE CROSMAN WOULD BE MY WINTER HUNTER SINCE THE NITRO PISTON IS NOT EFFECTED BY COLD. THE GAMO WAS DIESLING SO THE GROUPS WOULD IMPROVE. I USE A SCOPE TO SEE WERE THE SHOT WENT AS MUCH AS AN AIMING DEVICE.WHEN I SHOT OPEN SIGHTS I KEEP BINOCULARS TO SEE THE SHOT THE 3X9 IS USELESS UNDER 50 FEET SINCE IT ANY THING OVER 4 IS BLURRY. THE GAMO SCOPE HAD A SPOT THAT WOULD SHOW UP EVERY FEW COCKINGS THAT WENT AWAY UPON FIRING.THE SPOT WENT AWAY AND DID NOT RETURN . I HAD BEGUN THE RETURN PROCESS WITH AIRGUN DEPOT. I KNEW I WANTED A BETTER SCOPE SOON. I WANTED TO RETURN THE SCOPE ONLY FOR A REPLACEMENT BUT POLICY WAS TO RETURN GUN AND SCOPE. WE HAD A INFORMAL SHOOT SCHEDULED IN MY FRIENDS BACKYARD WHICH DELAYED MY RETURN. THIS IS SUPPOSED TO REVIEW THE CROSMAN. I WAS SHOOTING MY THREE .22S WITH EACH CAN OF AMMO OPENED.MY GROUPS WERE NOT IMPROVING. I WOULD GO BACK TO MY .177 BRONCO AND SHOOT DIME SIZE GROUPS WHEN THE TWO NEW GUNS WERE 2-3" GROUPS AT 50'. EITHER I GOT TWO LEMONS OR IT WAS ME.THE BRONCO HAS A WESTERN STOCK AND A 2LBS. TRIGGER COMPLETELY DIFFERENT THEN THE PISTOL GRIP CROSMAN OR MONTE CARLO GAMO WITH HEAVY TRIGGERS. I DECIDED TO PRACTICE ONE GUN AND STOP JUMPING AROUND. I STARTED PRACTICING WITH THE CROSMAN. I WOULD LAY THE BARREL ON A PILLOW AND SHOT 50 FEET SMALL IMPROVEMENTS CAREFUL TO LAY THE BARREL EXACTLY THE SAME PLACE ON THE PILLOW. THE GROUPS WERE GETTING BETTER SLOWLY. A DIFFERENT PILLOW GAVE DIFFERENT GROUPS. THE SUN WENT DOWN AND I STOPPED SHOOTING GROUPS. I PRACTICED SHOULDERS THE CROSMAN AND NOTICED THAT IT SEEMED ONLY AS HEAVY AS THE YOUTH GUN THE BRONCO AND IT WAS NOT THAT MUCH LONGER. A PLEASANT SURPRISE. I WAS EXPECTING A 8.5 LBS. GUN THAT WAS 47 INCHES LONG.IN MY HANDS WAS A 6.61 LBS AND43.82 INCH LONG GUN AS IT SAID ON THE BACK OF THE BLISTER PACK. THE NEXT DAY I CALLED AIRGUN DEPOT. I WAS ANNOYING HAPPY. ANNOYED THAT THE SPECS WERE WRONG AND HAPPY THAT THE GUN WAS BOTH LIGHTER AND SHORTER I AM 5' 3" AND 118 LBS WITH A LENGTH OF PULL OF 14"(THE DISTANCE FROM THE TRIGGER TO THE BUTT) THIS GUN WAS RIGHT FOR ME. NOW I HAD TO GET IT TO GROUP.THE TRIGGER WAS GETTING THE BETTER OF ME.I COULD TELL BY MY PULL IF THE SHOT WAS GOING TO BE ANY GOOD. I PRACTICED AIMING IN A MIRROR SIGHTING AS IF I WAS GOING TO SHOOT DOWN MY OWN BARREL. THE MOVEMENT IN THE MIRROR MULTIPLIES THE MISTAKES IN THE PULL. I PULLED 100'S OF TIMES WITH THE SAFETY ON AND OFF AND LEARNED WERE TO PUT MY FINGER ON THE TRIGGER AND HOW TO HOLD THE PISTOL GRIP. I COULD HARDLY WAIT FOR FIRST LIGHT TO SHOOT THE NEW PULL. THE GROUPS IMPROVED CUT IN HALF STILL FAR FROM DIME SIZE I COULD GET FROM MY .177.THE MISTAKE WAS HAVING SOMETHING TOUCH THE BARREL WHEN I STARTED LAYING IT IN MY HAND INSTEAD OF LAYING ON THE PILLOW EVERYTHING CAME TOGETHER. IT WAS COLD SO I ONLY COULD SHOT INDOORS 25'. EVERYTHING WAS A NINE OR TEN RING. THE CROSMAN SHOTS ALL 7 PELLETS WELL.IT IS HARD TO COMPARE ALL GROUPS ARE CLOSE IN SIZE.I PLANED ON REPLACING THE TRIGGER BUT NOW I MIGHT NOT.MY NEXT UPGRADE IS CHEAP. SOON AS I FIND A BRASS THUMB TACK I WILL PUT IT ON THE STOCK BOTTOM SO MY LEFT HAND CAN RETURN TO THE SAME PLACE.CHECKING ON THE FORE STOCK WOULD BE USELESS BECAUSE IT SHOTS BEST IN AN OPEN LEFT HAND. THE SCOPE IS NEXT BUT THE SCOPE IS NOT THAT BAD. THE SIGHT PICTURE SEEMS BETTER THEN THE GAMO ESPECIALLY AT 25'. I SPOILED BY THE LEAPERS 3X9 32AO BUG BUSTER ON MY .177. THE SCOPE CENTERS EASILY BUT DOES NOT KEEP ZERO AFTER TRANSPORTING. CAREFUL DO NOT BUY RED LOCTITE. I ALMOST DID NOT READ THE BACK. RED ONLY COMES APART WITH 450 DEGREES KINDA OF HARD ON THE SCOPE. I BELIEVE WITH LOCTITE MY SCOPE PROBLEM WOULD DISAPPEAR TILL THEN I USE A DIME ABOUT EVEY 25 SHOTS AND CHECK THE TIGHTNESS OF THE SCOPE MOUNTS. THE ZERO HAS BEEN STAYING. FINALLY SHOOTING QUARTER SIZE GROUPS AT 50'. I DECIDED TO PRACTICE WITH THE GAMO. I SHOT ONE SHOT AND THE TWANG OF THE SPRING SEEMED REALLY ANNOYING AND WHISPER IT IS NOT. I DECIDED THAT OPEN SIGHT PETE COULD HAVE THE GUN AT MY COST. HE BOUGHT IT FROM ME AND LEFT ME THE SCOPE AND MOUNTS . SOME PEOPLE COMPLAIN ABOUT THE FINISH BUT I WOULD NOT WANT HIGH GLOSS AS A HUNTING RIFLE. I LIKE THE SATIN FINISH. AFTER 500-1000 SHOTS NOTHING IS LOOSE. THERE IS ONE DING THE SIZE OF A MATCH HEAD.THE FIT AND FINISHES IS BETTER THEN EXPECTED ON A RIFLE AT THIS PRICE.THE SCOPE IS BETTER THEN I THOUGHT BUT I MISS THE ZOOM AND AO OF THE BUG BUSTER. YOUNGER PEOPLE,I AM 53, MAY NOT NEED THE ZOOM. THE DUPLEX(TWO SIZE OF CROSS HAIRS) SURROUNDS THE 25' TARGET PERFECTLY WHEN THE FATS JUST TOUCH THE BLACK PULL THE TRIGGER THIS HELPS SINCE BY 5-7 SHOTS THE BULLS EYE IS GONE. I HAVE NOT CHOREOGRAPHED IT BUT IT DRIVES PELLETS DEEP INTO WOOD. THE GAMO GOT A PELLET ABOUT ONE OR TWO PLAYING CARDS THICKNESS DEEPER.I BELIEVE IT IS SHOOTING FASTER THEN 700'. DO NOT BUY THE GAMO TRAP AS THE CROSMAN SHOT THROUGH IT. IT WILL GET MAILED BACK. I MAY TRY FILLING THE STOEGER TRAP WITH DUCT SEAL TURNING IT IT A SMALL SILENT TRAP. MY FRIEND SHOT THROUGH HIS IF YOU DON'T FILL IT WITH DUCT SEAL.MAY WORK.
Pros:
EZ COCKING.SMOOTH COCKING LENGTH AND WEIGHT THE IMPROVING ACCURACY THE SOUND WHILE NOT SILENT IT IS NOT A TWANG OF SPRINGERS. THE SALES DEPARTMENT OF AIRGUN DEPOT.
Cons:
THE ONLY REAL CON IS GETTING IT OUT OF THE BLISTER PACK. IT WOULD BE NICE IF CROSMAN MADE AN OPEN SIGHT ADD-ON. IT SPOILS YOU.ONCE YOU GO NITRO PISTON YOU MAY NEVER GO BACK.

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

Crosman TItan Review
March 15, 2012
I have a Titan GP Low V. It shoots 648 FPS over the Chrony ,My Trail NP does 730fps and takes way more effort to cock . The Titan is so easy to cock you'll think it's broken. After four shoulder surgeries the LV version is a blessing. I'm ordering a Low V ram for my NP. Great gun . Swap the scope and get a Tuna Trigger and you'll be smiling. . I also modified my stock!
Pros:
Easy to Cock Good FPS
Cons:
Scope, trigger

Scott Whitlock
Halie Louisiana
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Benjamin Titan GP Model #BW8M22NP vs. the Crosman Titan GP model #C7M22NP
March 14, 2012
I bought both the Benjamin Titan GP Model #BW8M22NP and the Crosman Titan GP model #C7M22NP from Air Gun Depot. I love both guns, The stock is a little shinier on the Benjamin, and the safety comes to close to the trigger on the Crosman, other than that they look about the same. I have a GRT trigger on the Benjamin, so it shoots better, the Crosman will eventually get a trigger job too. As far a power, I do not have a chronograph, just shooting them, there is not a lot of difference in the two. Accuracy is good in both guns, the GRT trigger improved the Benjamin, I'm sure it would improve the Crosman also. What else to say, I would not give either one of them up.
Pros:
Beautiful gun, smooth shooter, I like the thumb hole stock.
Cons:
Safety to close to trigger.



By Trevor from San Marcos, California on March 31, 2012
Does the gun need an air canister or something like that to fire?
By Staff on April 2, 2012

Answer:
No, it has a nitro chamber in place of the spring chamber and does not need refilling.

By duncan from Worcester Vermont on April 1, 2012
What does nitrous piston mean

By Staff on April 2, 2012

Answer:
Nitro piston is a nitrogen chamber that replaces the spring chamber you see in other airguns, working the same as the spring chamber does, it never needs to be refilled. The nitrogen chamber is not subject spring fatigue allowing you to have the rifle cocked for longer with out losing velocity. Nitro piston rifles are also easier to cock.
By Todd from So Cal on July 7, 2012

Answer:
Nitro springs are NOT easier to cock as the staff mentioned, they're actually quite a bit harder. The power is better, but not by much. It is however much quieter and smoother. Now this particular rifle might be easier to cock compared to a normal gun because it's lower powered, but comparing guns with equal velocities the coil springs are easier. Coil springs break now and then, but nitro leaks now and then, coils are $6, nitro is $26. They say you can't leave a coil gun cocked for long, but in my experience it doesn't harm it. Some gun may be affected by spring set, but most you'll never notice a difference. Basically the big advantage is reduced noise and a smoother cocking and firing cycle. Also, it's less likely you'll get a dud nitro gun because the spring is stronger and can overcome things like seal to bore friction, and guide friction etc is nonexistent. Coil spring guns can vary quite a bit in power from gun to gun due to these problems, so if you want the most power then nitro is the better choice. Technically they should be more accurate and consistent as well, and break-in time is much shorter because a lot of the major parts that need breaking in don't exist in a nitro gun.

By Steve from Milwaukee, WI on March 16, 2012
is the scope included?
By Staff on March 19, 2012

Answer:
Yes it comes with the rifle.

By richard from Lima, Oho on March 17, 2012
Are these second run rifles " such as Is mistakes "? those that are iot fixed or repaired prooperly . Nobody ever seems to give anything away for nothing .
By Staff on March 19, 2012

Answer:
No they are just easy and inexpensive to make at the lower velocity, but they are still well built and should last along time.

By sam from baltimore MD on March 18, 2012
how loud is the gun and also would it be able to kill squirells,birds

By Dan from Texas on March 19, 2012

Answer:
The Crosman Titan is very quiet, It is quieter than my Gamo Whisper .177 caliber.

Yes this will kill birds and squirrels. My neighbor has used my Titan to kill racoons and possums that were digging under neath his house foundation. I also had to add a 3/4 inch piece of plywood to my 1/2 inch backstop because my Titan was shooting through the plywood at 100 yards, the 1/2 inch plywood was stopping my Gamo .177 but not the Titan.
By Platnumcrk from NY on March 20, 2012

Answer:
With the right ammo and a steady aim, possibly a different sight you will be taking down any critter that moves
By Sam from Washington on March 20, 2012

Answer:
Fairly quiet in my opinion - I'm a target shooter and don't use animals as targets.
By David from Central Illinois on March 20, 2012

Answer:
This gun is not very loud, being that it is sub-sonic it does not have the "crack" sound like a 22-rifle would have nor does it have the sound of gun-powder exploading. The gun will easily kill a squirell at 125' plus and the same with most mid to small birds, and a head shot is not required with the mass of the .22 pellet it has a pretty nice punch for an air rifle. I have used the gun for killing nuisance animals in town, mainly possums with now problem; usually at 25' or less in distance.
By John from New Orleans on March 20, 2012

Answer:
This rifle is very quiet. I spent last weekend sighting it in in my side yard in the city with neighboring houses just 15 feet away. It really is not very noticeable. The plinking into the metal trap was the loudest part. And it has plenty of power - mashing and severely deforming the angled deflector in the cheap pellet trap after a couple dozen shots. Should take squirrels easily. I'm planning to get the racoon living in my garage roof soon. I can shoot all day without disturbing anyone.
By Greg from Houston, TX on March 20, 2012

Answer:
I am very pleased overall with this gun. Loudness is fine for backyard shooting- unlikely to disturb neighbors. I have not shot any game, mainly interested in gun for target practice. From a pure physics standpoint, this should knock down just about anything a "magnum" .177 would as it packs around 12FPE. It will only have a bit more drop due to slower velocity. For target practice it has been great- initially all over the map, but settling down now so I shoot quarter size groups at 20yd and still getting tighter. Likely both the gun and myself settling in together. I have not found it to be very "hold" sensitive. Fact of the matter, I initially bought a Marauder and am going to get rid of that as I hate pumping the reservoir. This is an easy cocker and much less hassle.

By Robert from Lake Charles, LA on March 29, 2012
Am new to this type of rifle. What type of 'pellet' is purchased for it and are there other 'extras' that are needed to use this rifle?
thanks

By Staff on March 30, 2012

Answer:
Any .22 cal pellet will work fine, nothing extra is needed to use this rifle.

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