pyramydair: TKGBaller23 - I would choose the Crosman Vantage if you are looking to do
some small game hunting at any point. The Beeman Panther is only good for
callofdutyguy9: Is this gun supposed to be quiet. Still seems kind of loud, not super loud
but average like a 2260 co2 rifle. My gun is the new Benjamin NPS, the same
gun as the crosman/Remington NPSS just rebranded. It has less than 100
shots through it.
Mike M: Hey, old school here. I bought the Remington NPSS .22 with the Center Point
scope from you guys about 3 years ago to shoot bothersome squirrels eating
all my wife's flowers and veggies... I hate the scope and decided to remove
it only to realize it has NO sites. Can it be modified? There is something
on the top rear of barrel that looks like it can be screwed out for a site,
but not sure... thanks
Enrique Pabalate: How's about showing us the proper way to adjust the trigger
Dan Paul: roostering effort
I would suggest putting the butt of the rifle on the scale, not the muzzle.
axelcharles: Had bad experience with the remington nitro pisto,,barrel came loose and
even after being changed accuracy was really bad...with any pellet!.
Believe that nitro piston not as accurate as expected... I totally loose
confidence on Nitros
mark long: squirrels evolve into apes, stop eating in tree of life
mark long: a strings a spring, don't shim it
Marina markova: Crosman MTR77 NP Scoped Air Rifle". r u talking about this gun:?
Alexis Gomez: Hello good day I wanted to ask a question you think might work this rifle
to hunt rabbits? and I recommend buying this gun or there are others with
better performance than this with a similar price? regards
Alex Kunchal: is this a good gun to have when you have neighbors that dont like noise?
CNYOutdoors: are nitro pistons as hold sensitive as spring guns?
eric2sleepy: Would you recommend this gun over the Benjamin trail or trail xp. I really
like accuracy and I am really big into power. I would mainly use this gun
for backyard target shooting at 10-30yards. Also what caliber .177 or .22
would be the most accurate in your opinion. And last out of those three
guns which would be best for hunting for squirrels to rabbits at ranges
10-40yards. thank you
callmebro bro: @pyramydair like how do i sight in the scope its my first air rifle with
scope and im having trouble with it..
BulletprooFSP: Could you try to review an "Anschütz 2002 SA (Super Air)? Its an older
airgun and you won´t be able to get it new, but it has pinpoint accuracy
and a really nice trigger.
Danny Keck: I have a Barnett Spitfire .177 made in England. any info would b graet.
Roger Kremer: Benjamin nitro piston trail
Large Whitemanmeat: You are watching a video, the sound is not going to be the same as live.
ebarnes419: @pyramydair the side of the BSA box said it was an air rifle scope???
tattoome5150: great video. thanks for making it.
clarkespearo: Pyramyd you never showed the noise level testing, do you have the results ?
Hekman Khan: what is the life of nitro piston? what will you prefer spring or nitro? in
aspect of life of both pistons? Thanks! Noor ul Amin
CBW0314: It doesn't require gas right?
Paul W: @pyramydair thank you very much~ looking forward to have this gun
Jon Kim: Generally speaking, what would happen if you used a .177 caliber air rifle
for small game?
TheCj9996: about 1000 maybe a tiny bit less but i would prefer to have 1000 and i wod
use it for target and hunting purposes
MrPilg0r: @pyramydair I'm amazed at hoe some of these people talk behind keyboards.
Keep up the good work. Since pyramid does not ship to Canada ,can you
recommend any Canadian retailers?
colby johnston: @pyramydair whats the best range for a .22 pellet gun? thanks
Papa.Emeritus.II: Hey Pyramydair dudes, you said: "It will be updated and made available
hopefully next year." And, while on Crosman's website, I was searching for
the user manual for my RNP77 but saw increased fps specs on published
document online; what is that all about and what do you know about updated
RNP77 with velocity up to1500 fps*?? Crosman must be preparing to relaunch
the Remington NPSS to comparable specs of the trail NP XL 1500, and 1100?
ladysman123456789f: Hey man you should do a review on the storm xt
1984wrx: 1.whats the highest velocity pellets you now of? 2. what is better for
penetrating hard targets i.e. wood, .177 or .22cal? 3. did you ever test
Gamo PBA Raptor Pellets .22 Cal? if you did would you recommended them? i
care more about penetration then accuracy, what gun can i buy for $300 or
TheDodgeChallenger: What is a more effective silencing tool the whispers nd52 or the nitro
Large Whitemanmeat: These ARE real guns. Unlike the gun you shoot like a "real man" watching
suicidetony: Do you have to clean the parts inside and oil it?
Bart Vrancken: Have you tried adjusting the trigger jet? I hear the trigger is the overal
weak point of this gun...
bassguitarocks28: How is a nitro piston better then a spring? Idk which to purchase, I'm
looking at the .177 ruger air hawk, and the .22 Benjamin Titan gp
ivan miranda: WITH PELLET GUN IS BETTER THE BENJAMIN 392 OR THE Crosman Benjamin Trail NP
All-Weather .22 Break Barrel Carbine
makun16: Are the claims true that you can get 23 ft lbs out of the benji trail air
rifle in 22? I had a titian in 22 and the most I could get out of it was 17
ft lbs after it had over a tin of pellets through it.
Mikecelic07: ok...I have the same gun and mine does not sound like that, yours is much
quieter, yours sounds like "PFFF", mine sounds like a "BAMM!" and then the
"plink" from the target, any ideas?
Madkoifish: @pyramydair Ah cool thanks! I ignored those earlier thinking it was just a
TheDodgeChallenger: @pyramydair i know i was just wondering if one overall does a better job.
Paul Canting Rodríguez: Hi Paul, Paul from PR, I just purchase a Remington NPSS in .22cal., PyA
advertise the rifle with 1000 FPS with led free pellets. I know that with
lead I could expect the rifle to go down to 800FPS, but my question is why
if you have any idea your crony test is 654 FPS average?, can you explain
why? and I noticed that in your video you said at the beginning that you
will use JSB jumbos 14.3 and latter on the video you say the you are using
16g pellets, pls help me understand!!! Tnx Paul Roger
Starlin Danh: dude there's almost no sound from that... is there like a suppressor on
that or something? mine is loud as faaaq so i cant use it in my backyard Q_Q
colby johnston: how accurate is .22 cal at 30 to 40 yds? i want a .22 but iv had .177
pellet guns so it would help, thanks
brooks steff: my opinion on this gun. all i can say a peace of crap. quality control is
zero. i had to pull the thing apart file the roostering arm so the piece of
crap would not grind and bite in all the time. also finish tapping a thread
for the locking grub screw. im also disappointed in the accuracy my ten
year old gamo shoots 1000 times better then this crap thing. before buying
this gun do a research on its faults. i recommended anything over this
0athos0: exellent review! all important info without getting boring :)
xtsclann: thinking of purchasing one of these air rifles what would you recomend for
large birds and rabbits at around 50 yards .22 or .177 thanks.
Anon: have you tried a bore light to get the scope sighted into the general
impact point so you could zero it in for him?
mohammed pork: It's amazing, every airgun this guy tries out is a fantastic airgun!
Imagine the odds of that. ===D~
Russo Antonio: come tradurre in italiano ?
Airgun Reporter: Crosman/Remington Nitro Piston Short Stroke Air Rifle4.7
out of 5
McGentherius: this odd job was one big annoying pain in the ass... but the soundtrack was
just amazing to listen to pyramydair: TKGBaller23 - I would choose the Crosman Vantage if you are looking to do
some small game hunting at any point. The Beeman Panther is only good for
plinking/fun. MVplayer Vali: L-ai cumparat? s-au Torrent...? 82pharoah: screen replacement Nikolai Gagarin: I Turchi considerano violento Minecraft.
Il loro sport nazionale è farsi esplodere :D hardtackjack: This video contains one of my two favorite Ralfy whisky quotes of all time:
"Unfortunatly...this whisky is crap."
The other being:
"I like blowtorches almost as much as I like chainsaws," (Review 386 Part
1/2) Joyce Wong: Yes i must admit, it is quite an expensive hobby. but we only live once, so
i dont mind spending money to do what i love, including living the lux life
haha. whats your other hobby, id love to know! =)