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Crosman Crusher NP®

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This Nitro Piston powered air rifle features a sound suppressing barrel shroud, adjustable 2 stage trigger, all-weather synthetic stock, and included Centerpoint 4x32 scope. The sound suppressed barrel results in 70% less noise than without making this perfect for either backyard shooting or pest hunting. Plus the .22 caliber packs a bigger punch (21 ft/lbs of muzzle energy)!

The CenterPoint Optics 4x32 scope included with your Crosman Cursher kit delivers a clear view of your target. Many manufacturers mount special lower-quality scopes on their gun combos. This one is different. It's good, clear and will serve you well. Use your Crosman Crusher NP air rifle to dispatch those pesky little critters that invade your garden, yard and attic. From mice to squirrels and all sorts of vermin in between you'll be able to humanely dispatch invaders with one shot.

Crosman Crusher Air Rifle Features
  • Crosman Nitro Piston powerplant
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • No open sights
  • 11mm optics dovetails
  • Black synthetic Monte Carlo stock
  • Dual raised cheekpiece
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Ambidextrous
  • Textured grip and forearm
  • 6.80 lbs. (gun only -- scope and mount add about 1.5 lbs.)
  • Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 4x32 scope & mount

Here are the benefits of a gas-piston over a spring-piston powerplant
  • 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
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Crosman Crusher NP®
15 Reviews
40% (6)
27% (4)
13% (2)
13% (2)
7% (1)
67% Recommend this product (10 of 15 responses)
By Ron
W Ky.
Scope is not fine. Plastic tube broke on installation.
April 21, 2019
Also the barrel angle is pointed down so much I doubt the scope would adjust.
ProsCost and 22cal.
Consplastic scope
Best UsesFor pests and plinking.
By Brian
Ft. Benning GA.
Scope Complaints
February 25, 2019
Too many complaints about the scope. It is absolutely fine! Sure, its not a Leupold MK4 or a Schmidt Bender, but this isnt a sniper rifle!
If you lose your zero after 7 shots, its YOU, not the optics. Stop banging it around!
And try zeroing for 25 yards, Not 7!!
Are you using a bipod or sandbag or similar rest while sighting in?? Probably not which is why your point of impact is changing so dramatically (on top of your breathing, trigger pull, etc.)
It's a poor craftsman who blames his tools.
ProsFun gun.Scope is fine.
ConsCheck the operator's head space and timing to fix the issues :)
Best UsesPlinking things far away.
By robert s.
air rifle
August 16, 2018
the scope that comes wit this rifle is useless, i can not zero it in. the rifle with regular sights would probably be ok except you need a lot of strength to cock it.
By Ray B.
Ashland Oregon
grups shift and first 40 shots wasted
February 1, 2018
After testing various pellets, in various temperatures, and many strange groups, here is what I found:
First, I zeroed in at 25 yds, and left the Crusher at 40 degrees overnight. JSB Jumbo Exacts used.

1) In the morning, Shooting in constant 40 degrees, the Crusher grouped 2" off, at 10 oclock (about 2.5" group).
2) With each 10 shot series, the groups moved toward the bulls eye, with NO adjustment to scope.
3) At about shot 50, it was back to a 1" group directly over the bull (where I left it the day before)
4) After 6 hours of no shots, I saw the same pattern repeating. The first shot was 3" off at 10 oclock. The more shots
fired, the closer to the bulls eye from the day before.

This is not about the effect of changing temperature on a scope, as the same temperature did not vary at all.

Also, in earlier tests, I wanted to avoid using my best ammo (JSB, H&N) while the scope adjustments "lagged".
I took 15 to twenty shots with cheaper pellets, only to find that when I went back to my H&N, the group had
opened up like shotgun. Many, Many shots were needed to re-prime or whatever is going on, before ANY tight
group came back. After that, I just kept burning the good pellets, to avoid any mix up...

The Crusher I had was useless for any serious varmint control. I could not imagine trying to add in any variations that would
come from moving from warm house to winter weather, or from AC to hot climate. Hope this helps if you are struggling
with any testing, and especially with products known to not shoot well when cold.

Five stars for AGD!
ConsInconsistant as warms up. No iron sights. Trigger stiff, and loooong pull.
By Rey D.
American Canyon, CA
1.5" Shrouded Barrel Sound Suppressor
April 28, 2017
I find this breakbarrel air rifle fun to shoot. It can penetrate a 3/4" solid wood (not plywood) with a JSB 15.83 gram pellet...and still left a little bit of damage to the cement wall behind it.
ConsThe specs says fully shrouded barrel with sound suppression of at least 70%, but I find it deceiving. I was curious to remove the barrel shroud due to the fact that I find it still too loud feeling like it wasn't suppressed at all. To my disbelief, I found out that the suppressor that was mentioned was just a mere 1.25" (or less) portion at the end of the shroud. This wasn't enough suppression to lessen the sound at 70% as claimed. It sounds like it is not suppressed at all. Crosman duped us with their specs for this air rifle. Well, what can you expect for a $99.00 air rifle. They should have at least been honest enough to have told the truth about this. I have an AirForce Talon SS whicj I also bought from Airgun Depot and the spec says it is suppressed and it really is suppressed.
By Seth N.
Its a diesel.
January 22, 2017
Gun is nice. Shoots straight once you tighten up the screws.
ProsAccurate. Powerful
ConsAfter 400 shots it's still dieseling pretty bad. Not sure why they say to oil every 250 shot.
By michael m.
tacoma WA
crusher power
December 15, 2016
riffle looks great easy to assemble and adjust scope if you have any talent bull eye every time at 25 yards 22 shoots quite with a lot of power went through 1 inch of wood or 2 soup cans with no problems i am having a lot of fun with this riffle
Proslove it
By Possum
Decent gun
November 9, 2016
This gun is a great money for value but the scope is crap sent it back and got a even worse one in the mail
So I bit the bullet and got a UTG scope
ProsGood money for value
ConsCrap scope
By Gerald
Boise, ID
Diamond in the rough
October 13, 2016
Received the re-manufactured CRUSHER .22 today. Air Gun Depot packaged it and the scope well and both arrived in good shape. The scope mounted up well and I was able to get it zeroed right out of the box. The Center Point Scope 4 x 32 eye relief leaves a lot to be desired, and the optic is not as clear as it could be. I found the cocking of this rifle moderate and smooth. I chose PIRANHA Lead Pellets in 14.3g. I sighted the rifle in at 7 yards, and the rifle is grouping well. The trigger pull was a bit long and unpredictable. I will clean the rifle, and increase the yardage to 14 yards and see how she holds group. With a bit of trigger work and a better scope, this rifle may truly be a diamond in the rough.

Note: The one flyer in the photo was from a previous shoot.
ProsAccurate, smooth cocking, hard hitting, light handling.
ConsScope and trigger pull
By Mark
Mobile Alabama
Not accurate and the scope is not holding zero
September 7, 2016
I spend the entire 30 gamo rocket and some other pellets just to zero it and after a few rounds the zero is gone, i have to redo it but it is doing the same thing, this is good for small game but close range only, plus you need a new scope to replace it
Prosit hits hard on around 25 yards, easy to cock looks good and not cheap looking
Consheavy and not accurate, no open sights, not accurate, it should be arround $70 Rifle not $120
By Sandor
Linden, NJ
best plinking combo
September 4, 2016
i think this is the best gun for this price.
its accurate, strong enough
maybe the stock could be better.
Prosprice power
Consmaterial of stock
By Adam
San Antonio TX
Five star accuracy 4 star option
August 4, 2016
This rifle is deadly accurate. A heavy hitter . U know when that pellet hits, it absolutely smacks the intended target and it produces devastating results on small game and birds... not sure that I'd try it on an adult coyote at 50 yds but 25 yds or closer.... shot placement precisely chosen and yea , I wouldn't mind pushing the limits with a clean head shot , the only reason it's 4 star for me is because there is no option of shooting open sights , you have to mount a scope . No biggie just use there average quality scope take some time to dial in and you can do anything you plan to with it . As long as your intentions are within this rifles scope of usefulness
ProsAccurate, hits hard, reliable, fits fairly naturally when shooting
ConsNo open sight option
By Rob
San Marcos, California
Great budget rifle
July 17, 2016
I purchased this rifle through airgundepot hoping for good results. With a bit of tweaking, I think I have an amazing air rifle now. If you own a crosman, or plan to buy one, the first thing you need to do is fix the trigger. YouTube the videos and see how's it's done. As well look in to further tubing. I paired mine with a hammers AO 3-9x40 scope and I'm hitting quarter size groups at 40-50 yards and dime size at 25-30 yards in my back yard. It does have more kick than what's stated about these guns and it's not quiet by all means, but it's not too bad noise wise and won't piss people off.

Do your research, get a good scope and don't skimp on crap ammo. Stick with 14-17grain ammo for accuracy and enjoy the fun :)
By larry
mesa ax
great price
June 9, 2016
Great gun for the money. Has gas piston. And is a np2 ..not a np. It's stamped on the barrel. the cheapest NP2 crosman or Benjamin.. on the market..
Pros😊 😊 same as a Benjamin . Less money
By Jeremy
November 10, 2015
I bought this gun a few weeks ago and I absolutely love this gun. I can shoot out to 50 yards easy and it still has wonderful knock down power. shot several morning doves with it and it them very hard.
Prosvery accurate, hard hitting, and quite
Consthe scope is crap and the trigger pull sucks but it is a very easy to fix yourself
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Crosman Crusher NP®
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    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 950 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 950 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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