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Air Venturi Avenger

Available in .25, .22, .177, Regulated PCP Air Rifle
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One of the hottest and most talked about guns in recent times, the Air Venturi Avenger is at the top of many wish lists and in high demand. No other gun on the market gives you this combination of versatility, quality, and affordability, which makes it the entry level rifle to beat.

First things first: the Avenger delivers on its promises. The gun goes toe to toe in accuracy against premium guns that cost 5 times as much. It could even be the most accurate airgun you'll own, and certainly at this price point.

What makes the Avenger so different is its adjustability. It has an externally adjustable regulator and an adjustable hammer spring. You can tune this rifle almost any way you want, from a lower power hand pump setup, to a high power compressor setup. There's never been a gun like it anywhere near this price level.

There are two gauges for your convenience, one for reg pressure on the right side and one for fill pressure on the left side. There's also a light and crisp 2 stage adjustable trigger, and the male quick disconnect fitting at the end of the air cylinder makes for easy fills.

The airgun with many setup options also has 2 holes for swivel studs and a Picatinny forearm rail for stock accessories like lasers, bipods, and lights. Also, your choice of optics mounts easily using the 11mm dovetail and Weaver combo scope rail.

Rounding out the features is a silky smooth sidelever that operates one of the two included auto indexing magazines, giving you more time shooting with less time reloading. If you're looking for an incredibly accurate PCP air rifle that can be set up however you want, the Air Venturi Avenger is your answer.



Air Venturi Avenger Features:

  • PCP
  • Sidelever
  • Max velocity: 1000 fps (.177), 930 fps (.22), 900 fps (.25)
  • Max power: 22 fpe (.177), 34 fpe (.22), 45 fpe (.25)
  • Synthetic stock
  • Externally adjustable regulator (up to 3,000 psi/210 bar)
  • Easily accessible hammer spring adjustment screw
  • 2 stage adjustable trigger
  • Max fill pressure: 4,351 psi (300 bar)
  • 180cc air cylinder
  • Fully shrouded barrel
  • Picatinny rail on fore-end of stock
  • Holes in front and rear of stock for mounting swivel studs for a sling
  • Dual gauges - reg pressure (RH Side) and fill pressure (LH Side)
  • Male quick disconnect fill fitting
  • Easy access degassing screw
  • Manual safety
  • 11mm dovetail/Weaver combination scope rail
  • Magazine capacity: 10rd (.177 & .22), 8rd (.25)
  • Barrel length: 22.75"
  • Overall length: 42.75"
  • Weight: 6.4 lbs.
  • Includes two magazines and single shot tray
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Specs
  • ManufacturerAir Venturi
  • Caliber.25
  • Velocity900 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSidelever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight6.40
  • Overall Length42.75
  • Barrel Length22.75
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity8
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • RailWeaver & 11mm dovetails
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill24
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
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4.6
4.518 Reviews
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4.0
By JamesUSASeptember 30, 2021

If you get one that shoots low - try to exchange it, or for the cheapest fix try the Hawke 25 MOA scope shims for $17, Hawke also has some adjustable scope rings (35 MOA) for around $35.. FX adjustable rings are good but twice the price of the Hawke ones..

Pros
I purchased one with a wood stock and it shot extremely low (barrel droop). I was unable to sight it in with the scope adjustments.. After countless battles with the seller (which I won't mention here).. I opted to sell it.. It did not sell on ebay so I decided to try and fix it.. I felt I only had a couple options - 1) shim the scope, 2) buy height adjustable scope rings.. Both options was to gain some MOA.. I opted to try some Hawke scope shims (25 MOA) for about $17.. That seems to have done the trick.. Better than paying $70 for FX adjustable rings.. I did reset my regulator to about 1950 psi and adjusted my hammer and it is now shooting about 31-32 fpe pushing 18 grain pellets from mid 880's to 890 fps and 15.89 JSB's to around 950 fps.. It seems to shoot just about everything quite accurately - even the Crosman 14 grain hollow point shoot quite well (and those puppies are up close to 1000 fps.. It does fair with a couple different slugs but I can't say that they shoot them well.

Cons
Some of these come through with barrel droop issues - you run out of adjustment with your scope.. If it were not for the fact that some come through with barrel droop I would rate it as a 5 but there are issues therefor it rates a 4.. They have good accuracy, good shot count, and good power, and good bang for your bucks.. If you get one without barrel droop then you will be happy..

5.0
By DanUSASeptember 17, 2021

I am extremely optimistic about this air gun. Expecting great things. Good advice from the sales rep; listen to him. Don't forget medium or high scope ring mounts, so you can use the magazine. The Hillman pump works a treat; draft your son in law for the first fill. Don't forget the quick disconnect adapter.

Pros
Initial accuracy assessment is positive. Good repetitive shots. Still walking in final scope adjustments, but very repetitive groups.

Cons
The Weaver/Picatinny rail sections do not have standard spacing; a scope removed from a standard full length rail will not clamp onto this one; it appears they did not maintain standard gap spacing when placing the fore and aft sections. The cross-screw for tightening one of the clamps will not sink into the groove as required. This means it will be a pain to swap scopes to other platforms. This is a very nit-picking review point for most of us, but you asked.

1.0
By CoryUSASeptember 9, 2021 Verified Purchase

I'm convinced that they test guns tuned directly from the factory and not what the consumer receives when they order one. Now I got to wait and send it back and see if I can get one that works correctly.

Pros
Nothing yet.

Cons
Regulator pressure changes with each shot, hammer spring adjustment doesn't change anything and missing the cover for the reg adjuster.

5.0
By DyalnAugust 29, 2021

Pros
These guns are amazing I am shooting the jsb 15.89 and the jsb 18.89 and it loves them both it likes the 18.89s better but it will still group the 15.89s. Would never go back to a gauntlet again.

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By DyalnAugust 29, 2021

Pros
These guns are amazing I am shooting the jsb 15.89 and the jsb 18.89 and it loves them both it likes the 18.89s better but it will still group the 15.89s. Would never go back to a gauntlet again.

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By DennisUSAJune 27, 2021 Verified Purchase

To start ..silica packets had opened in the bag. Little pellets were inside the gun . I pulled the barrel cap off an had to dump them out of it They were everywhere ..Rifle showed to my home 2 days earlier than I expected. Now to the " Keeper of the Yard" This is my first PCP, coming from break barrels. I haven't heard this rifle without the donnyfl suppressor. I installed it before filling my tank and this thing is whisper quiet and deadly accurate. 1 mag with new scope and I was within 4 inches repeatedly. After the second mag I can cover the 8 shot sting with a silver dollar @50 yds with 25.39 kings. Understand please I AM NOT a SHOOTER ! This is a new hobby but I've shot off and on my entire life but it's been 3 years since I've been to a range. This rifle is far better than any break barrel and did I say whisper quiet. This can be pumped with a hand pump but I am 220 lb. I do nearly lift feet the last 3 inches of stroke after 3500 lb. As of today I love everything about it

Pros
Twin gauges, easy and light trigger pull, regulated power gives ample shots.

Cons
As an owner of 6 hours, absolutely nothing.

5.0
By CarlJune 27, 2021

Pros
Wow, I am quite impressed, This is my first pcp but I shot air rifle collegiately in the far past, This is not far from one of those rifles. Out of the box, and zeroed with in a few mins, first two shots were almost the exact same hole. That is what I was after, an accurate gun! For the price and what it comes with I am extremely happy. No it is not a competition air rifle but it is not far off. Also not familar with PCP, got a hand pump and that might be the first upgrade. Get ready to pump.

Cons
A little higher quality stock would be nice.

5.0
By DennisUSAJune 27, 2021 Verified Purchase

Came with some air in it so I mounted a Vortex 2x-7x scope and sighted it in. After pumping it up to 3000 psi I picked out 2 pellets. The H&N Crow Magnums I sighted it in with and the H&N Barracuda Hunters to see how it grouped. It slightly prefers the Crow Hunters. After about 30 sight in and break in shots I shot two 5 shot test groups at 25yds. The photo is the Crow Magnum pellets on top the Barracuda Hunter pellets below. These are a stock right outta the box rifle !! Need I say more ??

Pros
Would have preferred the wooden stock but I do really like the light weight of the synthetic.

Cons
The only thing I would change is a factory installed suppressor, it's kinda loud without one installed.

5.0
By BobbyUSAMay 9, 2021 Verified Purchase

I bought mine for AirGun Depot. I have several "high-dollar" air guns and none to them blow this Avenger away. It is a sweet shooter. In fact, It shot a 33.95 gr pellet just a little faster than my .25 Daystate Wolverine HP (high power) R.

Pros
Light weight, very accurate.

Cons
Nothing I can think of

5.0
By NickApril 4, 2021 Verified Purchase

I take the top rail issue as minor but can be major if expensive scope falls off unexpectedly.

Pros
Very accurate out of the box. Two gauges, for storage and operating. Adjustments for trigger, and operating pressure. 4300psi max fill gives lots of shots.

Cons
Screws holding top rail were too short, were held by only one or two threads and came off when scope was being mounted, ( easy fix replacing with longer screws but annoying). Purchased shroud adapter and "modifier" and got near silent operation.

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which is better .177, .22, .25 pellets i see .177 gives 1000fps

asked vernawn from USA

The multi pellet clip is hung up with pellets in it. It won't line up the pellet with the cocking lever so you cant load a pellet in the chamber

asked Steve from USA

What type of silencer should I use???

asked Leroy from USA

what silencer would you recomend for this rifle

asked Jon from USA

Is the end of the Barrel Tapped to fit a front sight. So that a Diopter type sight can be used???

asked Norton from USA

suggest a compatible scope

asked David from USA

I HAVE HEARD THAT THIS GUN IS A BIT LOUD. Which moderator should I get for it? I do not want to spend more than 1\3 of the cost of the airgun (100$)

asked Terence from USA

I've been using the moderators from. Wolfairguns.com. Much more affordable and just as quiet IMO.

Riccardo L. from USA

I have been using products from DonnyFL. Nice products. I use them on pcp's from air venturi and benjamin, they allow you to go unnoticed while urban hunting....

Ian from USA

What do u need to charge up the gun ?

asked Michael from USA

Any type of high pressure air pump; bike style if you're not doing it a lot, Small electric ( I use a Benjamin), Air bottle if you have a large HP air Pump or local dive shop to fill it. All will do the job.

Richard from USA

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Mike from USA

Hi folks..... I'm pleased with this rifle and it surpasses all expectations. How long can it safely hold 2-3K psi ? Must it be de-gassed after each use? Thanks!

asked Jack from USA

Actually leaving a pcp devoid of air can be detrimental and as for holding pressure, ,without a leak it will hold air until it is released , no problem.

Ian from USA

Do you think this gun in .25 can dispatch a hog?

asked Mark from USA

With the right shot I'd say so but to do it humanely I would think you'd want at least .357 at minimum. Id check with your states D.N.R office to see what they recommended .

Mark from USA

I saw a video of a guy killing a hog with a break barrel.22 / ear shot

Colin from USA

Had question....can you use a air compressor to fill the gun?

asked Mark from USA

no you need a high pressure compressor,one capable of putting out 4500 psi. i just bought the benjamine compressor,im going to use this with a 3000 watt inverter to make it mobile

Steve from USA

What is the Muzzle energy ft/lbs? On the .25

asked Chris from USA

45 ft/lbs

Mark from USA

Hey mark. What size air cylinder is on this gun? Thanks

asked Chris from USA

Cylinder Size 180 cc

Mark from USA

Can I kill adult iguana with this gun that have invaded my yard, if so what caliber

asked Michael from USA

With good shot placement, .177, .22, or .25 cal can dispatch iguanas humanely. I own the .22cal and it is extremely accurate with reg set at 1200psi using JSB Hades at 860-895 fps.

William from USA

22 cal will do. 25 cal for sure,

Mark from USA

I'm trying to find out what the receiver is made out of (ie aluminum or polymer)? Are parts/ o-ring sets going to be available to be purchased for this rifle since it is made in china from the distributor (Air Venturi or this site) or are we going to have to get parts from the country of origin? Thanks for any info.

asked Randolph from USA

The receiver group is aluminum. Once the gun is in general production there will be parts,service,and technical help thru Air Venturi.

Mark from USA

Hope everyone is doing great. I preordered 7/1 and I’d like to know if I can expect a this rifle in the mail soon or not. Have a great day.

asked Steven from USA

The next batch of Avengers are due to be shipped in mid to late Sept.

Mark from USA

What all needs to be purchased with gun to start shooting?

asked Billy from USA

An air source to fill the gun. 3000-4500 PSI.Ammo .and a scope and rings.

Mark from USA

8/2/20 Hi have you guys got any of these guns in yet at all or is everything still on hold?

asked Chris from USA

The second shipment is on it's way.

Mark from USA

what would be a good scope and rings for this airgun

asked John from USA

A 3-9 x or 4-12 x will work fine. Look at the Athlon.Hawke,MTC.or UTG scopes.

Mark from USA

What size is the air reservior?

asked John from USA

how many psi to charge it fully?

asked Roger

will it accept an after market moderator like a donny fl ??

asked don h

Yes. Donny sells an adapter for his moderators that fits the Avenger.

William from USA
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