Crosman Fury Nitro Piston Features
- Fixed open sights
- 11mm grooved dovetails
- Black synthetic Monte Carlo stock
- 2-stage adjustable trigger
- 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
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...
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".
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 1200 fpsLoudness 3-Medium
0.22Caliber 0.22 CalVelocity 950 fpsLoudness 3-Medium