Mr_Wizard: the stock is longer than the barrel, aka a longer lever, meaning it takes less force to rooster the gun like that upside down PUT the stock on the scale and pull down the barrel, to get a more accurate measurement of roostering force
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
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.
Wildhog32: How's about showing us the proper way to adjust the trigger
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
Dan Paul: roostering effort I would suggest putting the butt of the rifle on the scale, not the muzzle.
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.
mark long: squirrels evolve into apes, stop eating in tree of life
mark long: a strings a spring, don't shim it
cody brooks: 22 people don't like guns
Russo Antonio: come tradurre in italiano ?
Large Whitemanmeat: These ARE real guns. Unlike the gun you shoot like a "real man" watching internet porn.
Large Whitemanmeat: You are watching a video, the sound is not going to be the same as live.
Large Whitemanmeat: YOU WILL SHOOT YOUR EYE OUT!!!!
Evan Green: Then you have something with your gun
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?
Elinor Lipschitz: .177 vs .22 ???
pyramydair: The life of a nitro piston really depends on the gun and how it's handled. I have seem some go 10,000 + shots, and others 600. It is also the same in regards to spring airguns. If you get a quality gun of either, it will last a long time.
Pyramyd Air Team
Taylor Kuhn: Shoot a real gun like aman
Olivier van Weede: Could you please do a review of the Wather 1250 dominator?
Airgun Reporter: Crosman/Remington Nitro Piston Short Stroke Air Rifle5
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