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(Refurbished) Crosman Nitro Venom DuskŪ .177 Caliber Air Rifle

(Refurbished) Crosman Nitro Venom DuskŪ .177 Caliber Air Rifle

Only $109.99
  • MSRP $149.99
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  • Code: 9-CD1K77NP · 0.177 cal · 1200 fps
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The Nitro Piston Technology has proven to be a valuable aid to hunters. There's nothing worse than knowing your metal spring might be fatigued and not provide the power and energy you need to humanely dispatch your prey. With a gas piston, you'll always have the same power and never have to give it a second thought because the gas piston does not suffer from the same issues. Get either the .177 Refurbished Crosman Nitro Venom Dusk to shoot spinners, pop the heads off dandelions, kill tin cans or dispatch small garden pests. If you shoot rats, mice, chipmunks and rabbits, the .177 caliber will have sufficient power.

Specifications:

  • Caliber - .177
  • Velocity: 1200 FPS
  • Weight: 7.40 lbs
  • Barrel Length:18.63"
  • Overall Length: 44.75"
  • Capacity: 1 round
  • Barrel: Rifled with Muzzlebrake
  • Front Sight: None
  • Rear Sight: None
  • Scopeable: Weaver/Picatinny
  • Trigger Adjustment: Two-stage adjustable
  • Buttpad: Ventilated rubber
  • Suggested for: Small game hunting/plinking
  • Action: Break barrel
  • Powerplant: Gas piston
  • Safety: Automatic
  • Repeater: Single-shot
  • Condition: Refurbished

Features:

  • 70% quieter than most other breakbarrels!
  • 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 Stock with Dual Raised Cheekpieces
  • Includes: Refurbished Crosman Nitro Venom Dusk Air Rifle & CenterPoint 3-9x32 Scope with Mounting System
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity1200 fps
  • Airgun MechanismGas piston
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • Airgun UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
  • Airgun RailDovetail Mount
  • Overall Length44.75"
  • Barrel Length18.63"
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle Shot
  • Gun Weight7.4 lbs
  • Product ConditionRefurbished
  • Warranty30 Day Limited
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Reviews
(Refurbished) Crosman Nitro Venom Dusk .177 Caliber Air Rifle
5 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
Bill
Goshen, AL
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Love this gun
October 4, 2013
This thing is awesome. Trigger is smooth, although I can feel the extra effort it takes to cock the gun compared to my springers, it's smooth. Accuracy is nice (after sighting in and couple hundred pops with it). The recoil is noticably different than a springer. It's strong but instant like an airgun, no spring vibration. Lead pellets whisper through it but, alloy pellets give me that cracking of the sound bearier breaking that I love. The neighbors think I'm shooting a 22 lr. I added a laser to the gun and I am in the process of creating a log of site settings for the various pellet types and weights that I use. I leave the laser set at my favorite pellet as a reference to go back to and all settings are made from that point and logged. Shooting beer cans just makes me drink more beer. The refurb at $109.00 is a must have. Thanks Airgun Depot, ya'll did it for me again.
Pros:
I didn't even get to the scope. It pulls your (work) right in close. Appreciated at my age. (57)
Cons:
Once a day I have to stop shooting and go to work 2nd shift.

William Hall
Albuquerque, NM
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Refurbished Crosman Nitro Venom Dusk .177
August 28, 2013
Received this rifle in as new condition, one tiny scratch on elevation cap on my scope, touched up can't see it now. That happened in transit, no big deal. Cleaned the barrel with dry patches, mounted scope, tightened all screws and bolts on the rifle. I set up target at 33', fired first shot, 3" high dead on. Then put twenty pellets in that hole cover with quarter, no flyers. The gun was already broken in and ready to go. No recoil to speak of, very low noise. Using Beemans Kodiak 10.65gr pellets, gun loves these. Tried six other pellets, gun loves these heavy guys. After, 200 shots, scope rings loosened and forearm screws as well. That's normal with the hard hitting power of this gun. Tightened the rifle up, proceeded to shoot as before. Have now shot nearly 400 pellets, gun still preforming well. Adjusted objective end of scope for no movement on 9 power @33',adjusted eye piece, very clear, holds zero. You would have to do this for each yardage to make it perfect, but is pretty clear without all this adjustment up to seven power. Would guess, parallex is set at fifty yards on this scope. Don't know if point of impact will change, with change of magnification? I will try it but that's only important to hunters, not hole punchers! Has the Crosman trigger, just deciding whether to give the Hillbilly fix or buy a trigger. Will tear gun down and clean and lube it, blue Loc-tite everything, reassemble. Its a keeper, warranty is out anyway. Maybe put a little double stick carpet tape under the scope rings. I owned a gun shop for years, a little trick I used on long belted big game rifles. That's recoil son! A 340 Weatherby Mag from benchrest will rock your world !!!!. I own a lot of guns center fire and rim fire. I have target triggers that cost four times price of this gun, scopes and guns that cost ten times this gun. I'm new with airguns, just a hobby, they are not perfect, but I don't know how they build them for this money?
Pros:
Low cost of getting into shooting sports
Cons:
Airguns, I think you better learn how to work on them. Nature of the beast!

Joseph
Vallejo, CA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Refurbished Crosman Nitro Venom .177 Caliber Review
June 17, 2013
I purchased this rifle at $114.99 shipped to my house with a $5 off shipping coupon code. Shipping was very fast at 3-4 business days. The rifle looks pretty clean out the box and was double packaged very well. No signs of wear from previous use on the outside of this refurbished rifle. Upon breaking the barrel for inspection I noticed a slight gouge on the left side where the barrel is machined to fit the seal. The seal was unblemished and goes in deep enough to where this slight gouge does not affect the integrity of the seal. First 5 shots were pretty darn loud as expected even with lead pellets.This mellows off at about 10 shots. It took about 100-150 shots to break in the rifle and get pretty decent groups. This rifle is powerful and pretty consistent for the price.The scope is just fine for the rifle and just needed a little adjustment to the back lens to get it focused in right.Overall I am pleased with this rifle although I personally would not let a rifle leave my factory with any kind of gouge near the seal, refurbished or not. When I get done doing a little bit of work on the trigger this rifle will be hard to beat at this price.
Pros:
Solid, powerful rifle at a really good price.
Cons:
Quality control could be better from Crosman.

pops
orlando, florida
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

nice
June 11, 2013
Still in the 100 shot break in period, but we are able to hit a dime at about 50 feet! Very quiet. Has more recoil than I expected, but not bad. Trigger pull is smooth. I only wanted a rifled barrel and 1000 fps and maybe a scope. I got that and a whole lot more.
Pros:
price, accurate, silent, scope, nitro, trigger
Cons:
recoil, seems large, forearm wide to allow break barrel, 6.2 # feels heavy to old geezer like me.

Mike
Oakland CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Looking good so far
June 1, 2013
Bought this a week ago, can see no evidence of any prior issues. Initial cocking was hard, but that has loosened up nicely. Scope is not bad. Scope mount is good. Not exactly quiet, but not a loud crack with lead pellets either. Trigger does not adjust, but it is tolerable and has also smoothed out during the centering process. Sling rings would be nice....I'm not sure if the stock can be reliably screwed into as it is plastic so any feedback from others would be welcome. I have always used Crosman Premier .177 hollow points in my other gun but this last tin has over 70 bad units which is a pain (too small so they fall through, no hollow point). Would like to hear other pellet recommendations for this gun before I start experimenting. The rifle however gets two thumbs up. I will update with any new findings if anything significant arises.
Pros:
Bargain Accurate
Cons:
No sling provision Trigger adjustment is not effective



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