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Crosman Vantage NP

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  • Code: CVAN82W · $99.99 · .22 · 950 fps
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The Crosman Vantage is an excellent rifle for both plinking, small game hunting and varmint deterrence. With an authentic wooden stock, machined receiver and barrel and an adjustable 2-stage trigger you can expect accuracy, reliability and ease of use.

Crosman Vantage Air Rifle Features
  • Single Shot Capacity
  • Gas Piston Break Barrel
  • Ambidextrous Stock
  • Fiber Optic Sights
  • Rear Adjustable For Windage and Elevation
  • Wood Stock
  • Rubber Buttpad
  • Two Stage Adjustable Trigger
  • Up to 1200 fps With Lightweight Pellets
  • Ideal for Small Game Hunting, Plinking & Target
  • 11mm Dovetail Accessory Rail
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber.22
  • Velocity950 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight7.10
  • Overall Length45.00
  • Barrel Length15.00
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty5-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.6
4.543 Reviews
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5.0
By B-RyeOctober 13, 2018

Yep, it works really well

5.0
By WilliamUSAAugust 22, 2018

This is a beautiful rifle. Accurate right out of the box, hard hitting, fairly easy to cock.

4.0
By TomUSAJuly 18, 2018

The air rifle is basically sound and dead-on accurate. Definitely worth the price. However, be prepared to work or over or replace the rear sight.

Pros
Powerful and simple.

Cons
Rear sigbt on mine was askew.It was off so far you could see it sat crooked on the barrel. Tried to adjust it, but was too far off to correct. Looking to take it to a gunsmith for a retrofit.

5.0
By ScottUSADecember 16, 2017

This is a very nice looking and solid felling/shooting gun. I would say for the money that it is a great bargain for a smooth powerful NP rifle. AGD got it to my house a day earlier than expected and with good communication in between.

Pros
Good looking and solid feel with a nice shot cycle. IMO great value for the money.

Cons
Non so far

5.0
By MichaelUSANovember 24, 2017

this is my 1st nitro piston pellet gun and I'm very happy with it it was dead on right out of the box and the price was great shipping was free and it arrived 1 day early

4.0
By CrawldaBeastAugust 27, 2017

I got this gun for dispatching pack rats in the live trap and other light duty barnyard law enforcement. My first impression was a well constructed gun with a little heft and a horrible double action like trigger. Sighting in took a few more shots than I expected but now that it's dialed in, I'm pleased with the accuracy. I chose to go with the factory fiber optic sights as the sight to bore line is as close as I can get. Most of the kill shots made have been inside of 10 yards and have been on spot. As for the trigger, I did the 5x8x2.5mm RC bearing trigger mod. I am very pleased with the results. It went from long weighty pull then finally bang, to short easy pull and bang.

Pros
Good solid feel. Trigger can be fixed. Good accuracy.

Cons
Heavy Horrible factory trigger

5.0
By NikolaiUSAJuly 15, 2017

It's a good buy for a first pellet gun. Might be a little difficult to pump at first but it breaks in fine. Everything is nice and tight. Trigger is ok. You Might need to adjust it as it comes out with a heavy pull. So far works good on squirrels 20 yards out in the woods. Took some time to adjust the sights to within reason. Capable of dime sized groups at 30 yards iron sights and time. It is a bit hold sensitive but not too bad. Nice wooden stock, comes with rubber recoil pad. So far no malfunctions

Pros
1 pump and done Adjustable trigger Nice weight Fiber optics Low profile Accurate Good price in my book. Similar buys at a local dunhams range from 120 to 200 Good power Not too loud

Cons
Plastic sights Does take a little getting used to but is great when you do

4.0
By JayUSAJuly 4, 2017

It is a decent gun. I was quite amazed by the distance it has.

Pros
The range is incredible, shoots good, has plenty of power behind it. The distance on it is about 100 yds.

Cons
Sights aren't all that great, the trigger seems really really long.

5.0
By CalebJune 5, 2017

It was an easy experience purchasing this air rifle, quick checkout and quick shipping. It arrived BEFORE the estimated delivery date, very nice. The gun itself is of great build quality, smooth wood stock, sturdy barrel, nice sights, decent trigger. I used 1.1g Remington pellets and was able to get really tight groupings from 25-30 yards away (with iron sights). Go ahead and purchase it, you won't be disappointed! (:

5.0
By StanleyUSAApril 4, 2017

For the money, this is an excellent air rifle. It has a nice wood stock, and is very accurate with the right pellets. Quite frankly, for a nitro piston, it's a steal.

Pros
Not too heavy, wood stock, nitro piston

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Could this gun take a raccoon ??

asked John from USA

Are the stock sights plastic or metal ?

asked Karl from USA

Plastic.

Mark from USA

What relatively inexpensive scope would you recommend for this rifle. I have a lot of experience, but none with an air gun. Thanks,hsb

asked Hoke from USA

I'm a big fan of Hawke scopes. They've preformed really well for me.

tim from USA

should i get this or the gamo hornet? im looking for reliable DURABLE air rifle that wont break easily and has good power......thanks in advance:)

asked oscar

One more thing I failed to mention: The Crosman Vantage is a heavy, durable gun. That extra weight over some other rifles may be a negative point for some but many like it as do I. The break barrel cocking is positive and strong. No wobble, no wiggle and when you return the barrel from loading position to alignment for firing, you are rewarded with a very positive sounding "click" and feel of a real gun and not a toy which by the way it certainly is not. This is a serious gun to be treated like any firearm. I've owned mine for a couple of months, put over 500 rounds through it and accuracy has not changed. It appears to be built like a tank. "Bullet proof" if I may add that term. I believe the rifle definitely fits the category for reliability and durability and will give me more than enough useful life.

Robert from USA

The two rifles are similar enough in power and price, however; I would purchase the Crosman Vantage Nitro. Of course my reasoning may differ from others but I prefer the Nitro Piston over a spring. Read the reviews for Nitro Piston type mechanisms and I believe you will be impressed as there are several advantages over a spring mechanism.

Robert from USA

The two rifles are similar enough in power and price, however; I would purchase the Crosman Vantage Nitro. Of course my reasoning may differ from others but I prefer the Nitro Piston over a spring. Read the reviews for Nitro Piston type mechanisms and I believe you will be impressed as there are several advantages over a spring mechanism.

Robert from USA

These two rifles are similar, basically the same "model" from both manufacturer's. There is nothing bad about either, the major difference is the stocks. The Crosman Vantage is wood, the Gamo Hornet is plastic. I prefer wood over plastic in terms of durability and weight. You should choose the type you like better.

Edward from USA

The vantage is durable so far have shot about 200 pellets has plenty of power to hold 1/2 '' group indoors for target practice with the 3x9 scope it came packaged with and the crosman domed pellets . But if the reason you are looking for power is :pest control or hunting I would have to recommend a 0.22 cal gun . . I don't have any experience with the Gamo product but I would not go back to a spring gun after owning the nitro piston vantage and Benjamin limited .

Kurt from USA

will this rifle fit the utg leapers 4x32mm rifle scope w/MIL-dot reticle; 1" tube and 3/8" rings?

asked oscar

Since the Leapers scope you reference comes with dovetail rings I would think the scope would fit as the Crosman Vantage Nitro Piston Air rifle has the dovetail type mount on the barrel. My Vantage came a Centerpoint Scope mondel CP3932RG which Airgundepot sells under item 9-CP3932RG so you may want to have a look at that and compare dimensions to be certain. PS This is a VERY nice gun even if you paid more than the $ 89.95 price. Accurate and powerful.

Robert from USA

does this come with the scope?

asked oscar

I purchased the Vantage Nitro Piston Combo, which did come with a very nice Centerpoint 3-9x32mm Illuminated Reticle scope. I am very happy with the scope, it came with lens covers as well as mounting and a battery for the reticle.

Edward from USA

Yes, it comes with a refurbished Centerpoint 3-9x32 scope, wich is normally $60 by its self. The scope is very nice and has an illuminated reticle which illuminates either red or green depending on your shooting preference or situation.

BRIAN from USA

How does the illuminated reticule work, is there a side knob? Can't see it in pictures. Is it a MIL DOT or standard plex?

asked Dan

There is a knob on the left side of the scope. It has multiple brightness settings in red and green. It is a mil-dot reticle.

Kevin from USA

The illuminated reticle is powered by a small 3volt battery (provided with scope). The battery is placed in one of the scope adjustment caps. There IS a standard plex/crosshair but you can make it glow green or red by adjusting the side knob for how much highlighting you prefer. It's kind of neat for a low cost scope, which by the way, is pretty decent, being 3 x 9 adjustable and such.

Hal Smith

It is a mil dot with a turn nob on the left of the scope. You turn it 0-5 in one direction for Red and 0-5 in the other direction for green. I have been well please with both the rifle and the scope even though most times I do not turn on the illumination.

David from USA

Does the 3-9 X 32 scope have an adjustable objective?

asked Scott

No and yes. They are not considered adjustable, but most all non-AO scopes are adjustable anyway. AO scopes are easily adjustable, non-AO just take more effort. The objective lens can move in and out by turning it similar to AO scopes, but you have to reach in and do it manually. The lens is attached to a thin ring that is threaded into the scope, that ring is held in place by a lock nut which is also the end of the scope. Simply unscrew to loosen or remove the end of the scope (usually the last half inch at the front) then you can move the lens forward or back just like an AO. Once you have it right for your range tighten the lock ring back and you're done. This is obviously more trouble than an AO, but it's better than not adjusting it all. I can give more detail and how best to adjust one for your needs if you want; chevota at hotmail

ROBERT from USA

It does not have an adjustable objective but overall I have been pleased with the scope. I do also have the Nitro Trail and it does have a 40 mm adjustable objective that I like better but it is a much more expensive package. For the price of this package deal I would say it is a better than average scope.

David from USA

No it doesn't.

Robert from USA

Since this gun is also a nitro piston, does it have the same basic platform as other Crosman rifles such as the Trail NP or Nitro Venom? Also, how loud is this rifle? Thanks!

asked Davis

I do also have the Trail NP 22 version and I can say yes it does have the same basic platform. The trail has the bull barrel so it is a little quieter but the Vantage appears to only be slightly louder. The Nitro Piston makes this smooth to cock to shoot. This rifle is a little lighter than the Trail and that to me is a big plus. The upgraded scope makes this such a deal that you can’t go wrong with this purchase.

David from USA

It has the same power plant (nitro) of course but there are some differences. The Vantage has dovetail scope mounts where the Nitro Venom (1200 FPS) and the TNP have Weaver rails and no "iron" sights. The Vantage also comes with "iron" fiber optic sights that are plastic but accurate. As for power the Vantage has the same FPS rating as the .177 Nitro Venom so I assume that the Vantage and Nitro Venom are pretty close to one another in terms of performance with the Venom having "upgrades" like the Weaver mounts and a fancier stock with raised cheekpieces for a more comfortabe stock weld. The Trail NP, however, seems to be in another class of NP as far as the FPS rating which is 1500 FPS in .177 cal. As far as loudness I would would say that the first shot was not as loud as a .22 lr but in the same ballpark. I've only put maybe 20 or 30 pellets through it so far and it is quieting right down now. Hope this helps. Happy shootin'.

Stuart from USA

It does appear to have the same platform as the others mentioned but I like the stock on it much better. After 50-100 shots it is quieter than clapping my hands. It also has some good stopping power for those pesky varmints. I have recommended it to 2 friends that are going to get them.

Robert from USA

What is the biggest varmint that It could kill?

asked Josiah

This thing has a good solid kill shot with hollow points. I have taken out crows, big Jack Rabbits and a 7-8lb wood chuck from over 30yds.

Robert from USA

It depends on if you're talking humane, or head vs body shots etc. I'd say rabbit/crow are generally the largest anyone should be shooting because this gun can take them with heart/lung shots at 50 yards or less. You can take a coon for example too, but better to only take a brain shot and at closer range. The problem I have is people shooting something then letting it run off to suffer, and the bigger they are the more likely this will be. Same with range, in airguns the power drops off extremely fast so at 75 to 100 feet power can drop in half, and at 150' if could be one fourth! So when shooting a rabbit at that range it could just be cruel. You should also know what you and your gun can hit at range, don't shoot beyond your abilities and end up just taking a leg off a critter. So there are a lot of variables to your question, but as a general answer I'd say rabbit/crow out to 100 feet. Pellet weight and shape is a huge factor too, a heavy pellet can have more than twice the power of a light one at 100 feet, and four times the power at 150 feet. Since shooting game is often beyond 100 feet I would take pellet choice seriously.

ROBERT from USA

Will this gun kill a "duck or goose"?

asked Jimmy Bayless

If I buy this rifle but I live in Panama, I could have problems with shipping when arrive in Panama?

marcos from Panama

Yes it can, within a reasonable range. I wouldn't shoot one at 100 yards for example. For comparo you can read comments/reviews on other 1200fps Crosman/Benjamin/Remington guns because they all have the same power. The nitro guns like this have slightly more power, maybe 5% tops, but they're all close enough to compare. This is a great deal, a nitro is usually a $50 add, plus the nicer scope. I'd buy it if I didn't have similar guns already. The stock is one of my favorites too, excellent looks and feel.

ROBERT from USA

What is the effective range for varmint control?

asked kevin from USA

My effective range is 30-50 yards consistently with one shot to the head. I have dropped things from 75 yards but not as clean or consistently.

Robert from USA

probably under 80 yards, hope this helps

Jack
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