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Crosman Diamondback SBD, NP Elite

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Crosman Diamondback SBD, NP Elite

  • Nitro Piston Elite (gas piston)
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Adjustable 2-stage trigger CBT=Clean Break Trigger
  • Front and rear sights
  • 11 Dovetail rail
  • Manual safety
  • All-weather black synthetic stock
  • SBD sound suppression system (Gold Level)
  • Sling mounts (rear post/front loop)
  • Includes CenterPoint 4x32 scope

Benefits of the Nitro Piston over a metal mainspring:

  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue, even if left cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 1100 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 8.51
  • Overall Length 46.50
  • Loudness 2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Gas-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Post
  • Rear Sights Adjustable
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 5-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.5
4.533 Reviews
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76% (25)
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5.0
By PaulSeptember 16, 2022

Perfect first break barrel for an adult. Very forgiving while also powerful & accurate. Cocking arm may require ice after long plinking or target sessions. Its fun to shoot & hard to put down.

Pros
This is my 1st break barrel. I have had it for a little more than 8 months. I have loved this .22 from the moment I opened the box. Its not too picky about pellets or really hold sensitive. The rifle is fairly accurate no matter what I do. However when I feed it crosman HP 13.4 or H&N 18.5 hunter extreams, & hold her just right. I can get sub MOA 5 round groups @ 25yds consistently. Im confident if had a longer yard it wouldn't take long to do the same @ 35yd or even 50. It didnt come with a scope & it broke 3 I put on it. I have a Hammers 4-12x40mm A/O on it for 3 months/600+ rounds I have to rezero occasionally but otherwise it has been a great combo.

Cons
None.

5.0
By KevinUSASeptember 9, 2022 Verified Purchase

The photo is with Rifle Premium Round Pellets at twenty five yards. This gun loves them and The H&N Baracuda pellets.

Pros
Great gun!

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By John August 11, 2022

I truely am impressed with the .22 diamondback it has great power , is very quite, great for shooting , my neighbors cant hear it , we have invading raccoons every spring summer , its no problem taking them out with the diamondback at 25 yards no scope 1.5 inch groups sometimes 2 inch but thats on me. Its a year old and i put 2500 pellets thru it , avgs. 906 F.P.S. with crossman domed 13.7 grain pellets thats 24.98 F.P.E and avg.888 F.P.S.with 14.3 hollowpoint domed crossman pellets for raccoon shooting thats just over 25 F.P.E. this is one great of a break barrel air rifle thanks crosman

Pros
POWER ,ACCURACY, how it feels in hand, many pellets shoot great its not picky it takes out even large raccoons max ever 2 rounds

Cons
NONE TO ME

5.0
By todMay 23, 2022 Verified Purchase

Pros
Heavy, I like that. Packs a wallop, mongoose goes into shock and then expires if it isnt dead instantly. I have a PCP scoped but needed a cheap break barrel for up close. Took one shot out of the box, adjusted and then dead center at 25 yards with the open sights (retired Marine so my eye relief and stock weld never vary). Just over a hundred bucks (no scope), long warranty. So far so good.

Cons
Every hand is different, arm length too, but my off-hand cups the front corner edge of the "magazine well" and if it was shaped differently, maybe rounded, I wouldnt notice. just a tiny bit louder than my bullpup, but still good.

4.0
By RobertMarch 3, 2022 Verified Purchase

Like very much,because it looks like the M16.

Pros
Nice tactical looks,hits hard,easy cocking,backyard friendly.

Cons
Little heavy

5.0
By BrianUSAJanuary 9, 2022 Verified Purchase

20yrds. Brand new yeah. Used a crappy 30mm, 3x9x40. Simmons scope. Perched on a caldwell scorpion rifle rest. Gamo rockets & hp worked well. This will only get better as the barrel seasons. Golden once a btter scope is mounted. Ordered, on the way. Cant wait to see this this uni hole the targets at 20. This will be mo fun at 50 yards. Buy it beyatches.

Pros
Quiet, punchy, poppy.

Cons
None really. A little heavyish. Good heavy.

5.0
By MoseSeptember 23, 2021

I would suggest a good midrange scope for precise accuracy.

Pros
Everything (design, weight of rifle, quiet suppression, fps, accuracy, easy break barrell, stock/grip)

Cons
Equip with magazine for faster reloading on break barrel

5.0
By SethUSAJuly 26, 2021 Verified Purchase

I have the 177 version. It is a fantastic value for short, mid and long range shooting. Quality construction, ease of use, ergonomics, not pellet picky, quite, very powerful and accurate at all distances. I particularly prefer long distance shooting at 50, 100 and 100+ yards. Works great with Crosman 10.5's at under 50 yards. Works great with H&N Baracuda Match 10.65's at long distances even up to 150 yards. Make sure you fit it with a magnum power capable scope. Let's see how it does over years of use.....

Pros
Everything!

Cons
Nothing

4.0
By MikeJuly 9, 2021

Pros
VERY powerful and accurate once sighted in - even at longer ranges. I have killed pigeons (rats with feathers) perched in the tops of mature Douglas Fir trees at our house with one shot. You don't have to spend hundreds to thousands of dollars for a high pressure pump, but you can only load one pellet at a time. I currently have an open reflex sight and use Crosman hollow points.

Cons
Cocking the barrel gives you a good workout - especially if you miss and have to reload. The rifle could be a little lighter, and it has a little more recoil than a spring piston rifle.

5.0
By GeraldUSAApril 3, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
This rifle hits hard! I mean pulverizes pigeons hard!!!!!Well made, I’m happy with the one AIRGUN DEPOT sent me! Mounted a Center Point 6-20x50 which works very well with the rifle not to mention makes the gun look very aggressive! Overall couldn’t be any happier with the rifle and scope pair!

Cons
None! Nothing to report!

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What are the best pellets for this air rifle? Will it do good with Crosman Premier 14.3 gr?

asked Kevin from USA

New to air rifles ??

asked Roger from USA

Is it ready for 1100 fps with 1 pump?

asked David from USA

Used JSB Exact Jumbo RS at 13.43gr but can't seem to zero in for more than a day. Changed scope to a UTG, same problem. Anybody managed consistency out of this toy gun and if so, with what ammo? I've got the .22 variant.

asked Minion from USA

First check the stock bolts if they are tight, next try JSB 18.13gr , or heavier pellets. Usually powerfull break barrels do well with heavier pellets, those 13.43gr are in the light spectrum for a powerfull break barrel. Try Air Arms Diabolo 16gr and 18gr and H&N 18gr and 21gr. Hope this helps please update your review how it went? I might buy it, I really like the break barrel rifles. They are not easy but man you really get to shoot any other rifle better.

Adrian from USA

Hello, I am waiting on my purchase to arrive. I was wondering if a bipod could be mounted to this air rifle?? And with your testing of this gun, which .22 cal pellet was rated the best shooting out of this rifle??

asked daniel from USA

can use pellets 177 caliber on my rifle 22 caliber?

asked jorge from USA

No, this is a .22 calibur only. The .177 pellets are to small.

Kevin from USA

Received the rifle and seems solid. Scope mounts not included??

asked James from USA

How does this gun perform at 50 yards and even up to 100 yards (with decent accuracy)? Looking for a fun, affordable long range shooter in break barrel.

asked Seth from USA

This air gun does 1/2 pattern at fifty yards with Crosman Premier Hollow Point 14.3 pellets. I hope this helps!

Kevin from USA

what size pellet to kill a huge cane toad?

asked marasha from USA

Does rifle require purchase and installation of air cylinder regularly ... didn't see where to buy that. Do you also have one with multi-shot ability 22 cal also

asked Bruce from USA

This is a nitro piston air rifel means there is a gas ram that pushes the air out and it is a single shot

Gary from USA

Can the open sights be replaced with a higher quality set, or at least the rear sights ? I have heard the sight are made of plastic !

asked Scrambler82 from USA

Mark from USA - Is the rear sight on this rifle built to a standard mounting pattern ?

Scrambler82 from USA

You probably can remove the rear sight. The front sight can not be removed.

Mark from USA

What grain pellet should be used to achieve around 900 FPS?

asked Sean from USA

14 grain 850 fps

Gary from USA

14-18 grains

Mark from USA

Sound level equivalent?

asked Johnny from USA

This is a very quiet air rifle. Beyond 30 ft or so you will hear almost nothing.

Mark from USA

What type of sling do you put on the gun.

asked Hector from USA

I bought a Tactical Hero 2 point rifle sling and it works great. You will need to remove one clip to install on back of air rifle.

Kevin from USA

I would see if the benjamin brake barrel premium fits it worked great on my air rifel

Gary from USA

how can I put a bipod on this rifle?

asked pancho

what is the true fps on the 22cal not what is advertised not fallimg for the banana in the tailpipe so far hatsan is the only one I have found to be honest in this respect do you have real chrony test on this rifle?

asked Tom

How much strength is needed to cock this gun?

asked David Green
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