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Crosman NP2

February 2 2014 at 4:38 AM
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Caliber: 0.22" (5.5mm)
Velocity: 1200 fps (DO NOT BELIEVE THIS)
Loudness: 2-Low-Medium
Overall Length: 46.25"
Shot Capacity: 1
Barrel: Rifled
Front Sights: None
Rear Sights: None
Scopeable: Weaver/Picatinny

Trigger: Two-stage
Buttplate: Rubber
Suggested for: Small game hunting/plinking
Action: Breakbarrel
Safety: Manual
Powerplant: Gas piston
Function: Single-shot
Body Type: Rifle
Weight: 8.3 lbs

$249.99 at Pyramyd Air but you have to pre-order

warren

and remember "it's 30% the gun and 70% the shooter"

 
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(Login tweedledede)
184.20.49.119

Re: Crosman NP2

February 2 2014, 6:55 AM 

heavy too. its about 1.9 pounds heavier than what was before it.

 
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201.191.36.226

and to add

February 2 2014, 7:31 AM 

to the weight

46.25" in length

WHAT WAS Crosman thinking



and remember "it's 30% the gun and 70% the shooter"

 
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(Login tweedledede)
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Re: and to add

February 2 2014, 7:46 AM 

longer than my d 460 and I bet my 460 will out shoot it. longer barrel = easier cocking thus the lighter force needed ,a way to advertise as many just read the main parts in the specs, but put a normal barrel on and it might be similar to a d 350 pro

 
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Jim in SWMO
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No thanks

February 2 2014, 9:42 AM 

Remember guys, those reports from the Shot Show of how nice the NP2 was came from shooting two hand made prototypes. I wouldn't want to bet that the actual production models will have the same feel to the shot cycle or trigger.

BTW, the barrel isn't actually that long. They said that it has a 6" gizmo inside the shroud to help calm the sound. So whatever length that shroud is, subtract about 6" for the actual barrel length. Second pic in this link is the gizmo that's in the shroud.

http://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2014/01/2014-shot-show-part-1/


"You've come far, pilgrim."------"Feels like far."
"Were it worth the trouble?"----"Ah, what trouble?"

 
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Smell the sizzle guys

February 2 2014, 11:21 AM 

The nature of the steak will become apparent when it arrives on the plate. Don't expect Mr A's beef at Dennys, tk

 
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Re: Crosman NP2

February 2 2014, 4:44 PM 

I wish Crosman success, but I won't be buying one, regardless of the reviews.
Having a Benji Trail NP was a learning experience, and I don't want to go back to that school.
One of the few guns I have never regretted selling.

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(Login tweedledede)
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Re: Crosman NP2

February 2 2014, 5:02 PM 

only new crosman guns id own is what I have,a 2240,mabe a 2260 too. but after 3 crosmans and 3 benjamins no. I only bought 1 of each but returned them cause they had severe quality problems opps forgot the nitro piston pistol. it was by far the worse. sorry crosman you done dropped the ball n ran off in my opinion.

 
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