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Crosman Vantage NP Scope Combo

Available in .177, Nitro Piston Technology, Includes CenterPoint 4X32mm Scope
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Crosman Vantage
  • Crosman Nitro Piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Ambidextrous stock
  • 11mm dovetail grooves
  • Fiber optic front sight
  • Fiber optic rear sight (adj. for windage & elevation)
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Up to 1-200 fps with lightweight- lead-free pellets
  • Includes unmounted 4x32 scope & mount
  • Ideal for small game hunting- plinking- spinners & more

Benefits of the Nitro Piston over a metal mainspring:
  • 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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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1200 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight7.10
  • Overall Length45.00
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • 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
4.3
4.515 Reviews
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1.0
By BillApril 28, 2021

this gun is junk. I have owned many air guns and shoot frequently. This gun doesnt shoot straight and the barrel sticks when cocking. I would rate this gun at zero stars. Do not buy this gun.

Pros
Poorly constructed

Cons
sights scope barrel

5.0
By NikolaiUSAJanuary 14, 2021

Good overall air gun. No problems at 1500 pellets. Great for squirrels and is accurate. Havent had any pellets not pass thru at close range to 30 yards The sights arent bad but they are plastic which bothers some people. If you plan on putting a scope on there Id recommend quality rings with a machinehead/ torx screw, regular weaver thumb screws just slide back from the recoil.

Pros
Accurate, reliable, nice trigger when adjusted

4.0
By JasonUSAJuly 19, 2020 Verified Purchase

I highly recommend the 4-16 x 50 true hunter from utg, just make sure to crank the ring bolts down. I have the scope "walk" back around 3/8" due to powerful double recoil

Pros
so this isn't a top of the line air rifle. But having said that, for what you pay its amazing super accurate, loves h&n baracuda pellets, or anything around 10gr.

Cons
Ok I get the previous "china" comment, but they only make parts there, gun is assembled in America. Only issue is rear sight and scope it comes with. I removed both as after 70 shots it was still all over the place. Get a better scope!

1.0
By larryMay 22, 2020

steer clear of this china crap

Pros
looks like high quality feels good when shouldered well finished

Cons
rear sight is junk scope is junk trigger is trash accuracy is terrible

5.0
By DonnieOctober 17, 2018

Small game hunting has begun in my state and already I've bagged two red squirrels with this air rifle. My first shot I used the crosman pointed pellets 7.4gr and put it right into the heart/lungs with a one shot kill. Earlier today I took a huge male red squirrel using the Crosman copper magnum 10.6gr pellets. One shot to the head and another squirrel down for the freezer! The Crosman Vantage has been an amazing air rifle to this point. Consistent accuracy and power makes this a reliable small game hunting rifle. I do believe with proper shot placement this could anchor a raccoon with a head shot!

Pros
Accurate, powerful.

5.0
By GregJuly 18, 2018

I wanted to target practice in my basement I set up a 20yrd range and had at it - after a couple hundred field pellets (crosman round nose) and a new truglo extreme 4x32, I was grouping at about 1 in. to say I'm pleased is an understatement (I also bought a Caldwell eze rest)

Pros
High build quality, (scope was ok, but I replaced it with a better scope) Helpful & friendly sales person

Cons
Not a single complaint

4.0
By AdamUSADecember 28, 2017

This was my second "magnum" air rifle (I now own 7). I bought this rifle as an inexpensive way to test nitro piston technology. I now have~1000 pellets through it. Compared to a traditional spring or the NP2 piston this gun is relatively hard to cock, although certainly manageable, and it does get a little easier as it breaks in. It also doesn't have any sort of suppressor, so there isn't anything to really grip, making the cocking that much harder/more awkward. That said, it is accurate and hits hard. Mine did require some testing of holds,as the traditional artillery hold was not optimal. Instead it seemed to like the "reverse mullet"- firm grip in the back, resting on the front hand like an artillery hold. The NP technology does lead to a noticeably smoother action than other rifles in this range with mechanical springs that I have shot, and helped convince me to buy a Trail NP2 as my next rifle. I shoot this gun with the open sites but I am using the scope on another mechanical springer. It is not great but not bad and has held up fine thus far. I'd honestly rather have this scope than the non-AO 3-9x scopes included with a lot of other air rifles these days. Summary: Plenty powerful and accurate for pest control/small game, but too difficult/awkward to cock for all day fun, especially compared to the various other offerings out there. I would recommend this to a friend that really wanted something inexpensive with a wooden stock to use just for pest control/small game, but if they didn't mind a synthetic stock and/or wanted to shoot more often I would recommend other options.

Pros
Accurate with the correct hold (mine likes firm in back, loose in front). Hits hard. Nice looking for the price. Includes open sites.

Cons
Greater cocking effort than mechanical spring or NP2 guns with similar power. Awkward cocking because of lack of suppressor/shroud.

5.0
By RobertMarch 27, 2017

It is ever thing that was described, it has the power. I had some old pellets that did shoot very well. So I went an got new ones. Its doing a lot better. I think it has to be broke in. It very nice rifle A+. I did put a better scope on it.

4.0
By DanJanuary 24, 2017

I've only shot about 30 pellets through this gun, but seems like a well made and solid rifle. Haven't installed the scope and don't know if I will, after reading reports about the questionable quality of it and it's inability to withstand the recoil shock. As far as shipping and customer service, Air Gun Depot, seems to be a good company to deal with, though it seemed like the routeing by the shipper didn't make much sense. Overall, I am pleased with my purchase and quality of the product.

Pros
Good solid feel to gun. Well made, a bit heavy, but I knew that when I purchased it. Seems to shoot well.

5.0
By GregUSAOctober 15, 2016

This is a super value. It is a little pellet picky. The scope in the package is fine, though an upgrade to a 3-9X40 AO mil dot would not be over kill on this rifle. Hold sensitive like most springers, it will need to be broke in before your groups settle in. Took at least 350 rounds for mine, and I think it will shoot even tighter after a couple of hundred more shots. Breaks 1400 fps with RWS HyperMax pellets, but of course no accuracy and a sonic crack with every shot. Still breaks 1000 fps with RWS Super H Points 6.9 gr. Loves Crossman Premier 7.9gr pellets. These fly at 983fps generating 16.99 fpe. Gamma 10.86 gr pellets peaked the fpe at just over 18 but we're not accurate in my rifle. Crossman Premier 10.5 gr were the second most accurate, but at 810 fps they were also 1 fpe less than the 7.9 gr at the muzzle. I am sure at 40 yards they would retain more energy. The rifle is shooting 1" at 20 yards with the pellets it likes, and can shoot over 6" groups with pellets it does not like, thus pellet picky. Yes it comes with the heavy gritty long pull Crossman trigger. I added the longer adjustment screw for the trigger and the RC bearing mod and the trigger pull is short, breaks clean at 2 lbs 4 oz. The scope did need the front objective lens backer out about two and a half turns to get a good focus down to 5 yards. Make sure the back ring's recoil stop pin is in the hole in the top of the receiver or this rifle 's recoil will cause the scope to shift. Use LockTite on all screws. While the Nitro Piston doesn't vibrate like a steel spring, the two way recoil seem much sharper. Make sure any scope you mount on this rifle is rated for Magnum spring airguns. Wood is nice, bluing is nice. All stock screws were LockTited from the factory. This is a magnum pellet rifle at a BB gun price.

Pros
Price Great power. Accurate. Good quality.

Cons
The trigger needs work. Some won't like the stock's finish.

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How do you get a bipod on this? I bought a bipod but the barrel was way too wide to fit, any ideas?

asked Donald from USA

Is this rifle made in the US or China?

asked Jason from USA

The Vantge is assembled in the US. It may have Chinese parts in it.

Mark from USA

is this available in .22 caliber?

asked Aidan from USA

Yes.

Dennis from USA

How many times can you pump for 1 shot?

asked Walter Horne

Is this gun made in USA?

asked SH

Does the safety auto-engage when the barrel is broken and cocked?

asked Mark from USA

No. Mine does not.

John from USA

No, it is a manual lever safety.

Dylan

Are the sights plastic ??they look cheap.

asked victor

They are plastic, but they do hold the adjustment well. I am pretty rough with mine and the sights have not gotten out of adjustment yet. I am very happy with the sights and the scope.

Bill from USA

I am really not sure if the sights are plastic or metal. They look like metal and are pretty solid. The front sight has a luminous piece built in. I have only used the on-rifle sights a few times before going to the scope that came with the rifle. The base sights are pretty good and have enough adjustment room for reasonable sighting-in. I'm sure the basic sights will do the job for you unless they are damaged in some way.

Richard I. from USA

does a Nitro Piston Air Rifle need to be refilled with gas, or not. thx, scott

asked scott from USA

No it does not. A gas piston works just like the spring would. Just break open the barrel until it locks, then load the pellet and return the barrel to position and fire. Never need co2 or compressed air, just pellets.

Brian from USA

It was mentioned in the description, "Enjoy quieter shooting". Can anyone tell me if it is low - medium - high or scale 1 - 10. Thanks

asked Dave

its about a 3 I love it!!!

bob

It is quieter than my spring powered crosman of the same power, but I would still consider it "medium" loudness. It is powerful and the piston provides quite a pop. It is louder to the shooter then someone even a few feet away. It was 92 on my decibel meter about a foot from the muzzle.

Brian from USA
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