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Crosman Fury

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Quality breakbarrel guns don't have to cost a fortune. The Crosman Fury Nitro Piston is a good example. Get all the benefits of a gas spring in a gun that's already been proven as a great shooter and critter gitter. Also great for shooting spinners, popping paper targets and killing tin cans. Lightweight synthetic stock is ambidextrous. Please note that the .177 cal and .22 cal feature slightly different stocks.

Crosman Fury Nitro Piston Features
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Fixed open sights
  • 11mm grooved dovetails
  • Black synthetic Monte Carlo stock
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Ambidextrous
  • Muzzlebrake for additional cocking leverage
  • Textured grip and forearm
  • 6.4 lbs.



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 Fury  
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100% Recommend this product (6 of 6 responses)
By Splitshaft
California
November 5, 2018
Powerful and Accurate Out of the Box
I have yet to kill anything yet. However the only other gun I own is a 12 gauge shotgun and it is just too much to kill the vermin around my home. I like this air rifle, I am able to use it around my home without alerting the neighbors where we live on half and one-acre lots for our homes. I am not a target shooter. I only shoot a close range or not at all. The price point, the power and accuracy are all on target for this Crosman air rifle.
ProsAffordable, Easy to Handle, Powerful at Close Range
ConsConcerns about gas cylinder life
By Will Kearns
West Virginia
August 8, 2017
Fury
Power is good , it's a nice light rifle for beginners , accuracy is ok , still need to get a good optic , but for the price it's worth the money
ProsLight , ok power
ConsHeavy long trigger
By ROBERT GAIDA
Kansas
March 6, 2017
top gun
right out of the box it shoot well just a little tweeking and it was ripping up the 9-10 rings. mine is the .22cal and it hits with punch. the fps is in the mid to upper 800s, at 20yds it has no problem punching thru 3/4inch picket fence my neighbor don't mind as i replace them. if your using plywood as your backstop i'd double or triple it i use an old tree stump for a backstop. i have dinged targets at 200yds with no problem out on the farm. i wouldn't put a scope on it until it's broken in really well for me that's 2 -500 shot tins but each rifle is different . good luck and be safe, once you pull the trigger you can't bring it back..
Prospowerfull, accurate, reliable has a pop to it but not that bad
Consnon really but you could pick it to death but why ?
By Rockchucker
Central Washington
October 1, 2015
Great riffle
Well the riffle i bought isnt the one pictured, but is the same model. I think maybe I got last years release. At any rate the stock and action appears to be the same. Mine came with a simple 4x9 scope, and no iron sights. I replaced the scope with a bug buster. I have had plenty springer riffle/break barrels. The nitro piston makes a HUGE difference. I cant feel any recoil. No annoying "Doing" and the riffle doesn't jump off target before the projectile leaves the barrel. I've been nailing bottle caps at 50yrds all day with this baby, and its still got enough thump to take rockchucks at that distance. I mean they drop, even taking lung heart lung shots. I've had best luck using benjamin hollowed point in .177. The scope is what makes it possible. I have sold off the rest of my break barrels in my collection. The best part of this riffle is its low price point. I like the stripped down simple desing, it's relativly light weight, and with an added stling makes the perfect trail gun. I have been using it in my friends orchard for pest control. At its price you can the spend some cash on a really nice scope, making this an excellent riffle for precision shooting. If you are looking for a break barrel, you have to get a Nitro Piston, and Crosman makes great riffles. I think I like this one over my custom Crosman 13xx/22xx's and thats saying something.
ProsAffordability, accuarcy, no noticable recoil. No barrel jump
ConsThe trigger needs some work. Nothing a little file and sand paper cant fix. Wish it came with a sling attatchment. I have made my own
By Rich The C
Dem infested So-Cal
July 26, 2015
Great move from .177 to .22, awesome thump and highly accurate with "artillery hold".
I highly recommend this gun, especially if you're looking for an economical move from .177 to .22 caliber. I can highly recommend Airgundepot as well. I had a "discrepancy" as to what does and does not come with this rifle, and Matt in their sales department handled it more than fairly and professionally. I've owned many .177 springers, and this was my first gas piston and am I ever glad I made the move. I'm shooting H&N Barracuda 21.14 pellets from this, and I'm not kidding, the thump on my spinning .22lr steel targets is damn near as powerful as my .22lr GSG pistol at 15 yards. Poking holes in paper, I'm getting 1" - 1.5" groups at 20 yards off a bench using the artillery hold with a Centerpoint 4X32 scope (thanks to Matt). I'm still working on dialing in the scope, and I'm sure I'll get the groups even smaller. Still haven't killed anything with it, but I've dispatched many a rabbit cleanly and humanely with my .177 springers, and I have NO DOUBT this rig will outperform my .177's. You need to verify which one of these you're getting though, and verify with Airgundepot which one they have in stock. Here's the differences... The Fury NP Model 30051 comes with a scope, but no open sights The Fury NP Model CF1K77NP comes with open sights, but no scope Check out the website... www.crosman.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=fury Again, you need to verify with them which one they have in stock. Overall, you can't lose with one of these. I shoot a lot with everything from .22lr rifles to 30-06 & .308 semi-auto's, and I like this thing so much, it's made it into the regular rotation to the range. At pennies per round, it's cheap to shoot. It'll make a great transition for my son from his Red Ryder to something "more substantial". Cheers
ProsThump, and accurate Wide variety of ammunition available
ConsNone, this thing rocks
By Harry
Altamonte Springs, FL
May 27, 2015
A lot of Air Rifle at an affordable price
Nice weight, nice grip swell , well balanced and it it is a powerful nitro piston in a .22 Cal. sufficient enough to take down small game at distance to 60 yards. I complemented this rifle with a 1in High Profile Rings for 11mm (3/8") Dovetail One Piece Mounts by Accushot and a 3x9x40 Center point scope. after seasoning the barrel w over 150 shots I am get 1/2 dollar size groups at 30 yards benched an at the off hand position. Use Crosman Premier .22 cal Hollow Point Pellets I highly recommend it.
ProsImpressive knock down power. Price point. accurate.
ConsNot the same rifle stock pictures on the site, it is a Crosman Phantom NP stock . However it is an improvement over the old version ; well worth it.
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Compare Calibers
Crosman Fury
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1200 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
  • 0.22
    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 950 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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