Crosman Nitro NPSS 2009 22cal Reviews



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Crosman Nitro NPSS 2009 22cal


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Reviewer: Mike
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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Very accurate and hard hitting rifle, mine shoots best with preditor polymags, with a .25 inch group at 10 yards. very quiet also. if you play with the trigger adjustment, you can adjust it to shoot very good. i love the trigger in it. it has alot of creep but once you hit the 2nd stage it is very crisp and good. not very hold sensative either. great gun


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Crosman Nitro NPSS 2009 22cal


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Reviewer: Nate
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Trigger pull gets better when you adjust it properly, takes more screw turns than youʻd expect. To adjust the cheek piece, you need to push out the pins in the cheek pad then adjust the height and replace pins. No instructions on trigger pull and cheek piece adjustment in instruction book. Check Pyramyd Air webpage for video review on this gun, better explains trigger adjustment. Smooth cocking and is a sweet shooter. Donʻt care for rake angle on grip, a little too shallow for me. Try RWS Domed pellets in .22 cal. shoots 1/4 in. at 10 meters in my gun.

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Crosman Nitro NPSS 2009 22cal


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Reviewer: Bill M.
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Recently acquired and enjoy the excellent accuracy in .22. I am trying several different pellets to find the right combination for it.

(Company name removed to keep reviews neutral) is advertising a trigger (composite) to address the pull/weight problem. It got good reviews. I agree the trigger as issued is too heavy for accurate shooting.

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Crosman Nitro NPSS 2009 22cal


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Reviewer: Steve
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Fine break barrel, accurate and very hard hitting. I would like a softer trigger pull. Accuracy and repeatability suffers from the heavy 2nd stage trigger pull. If anyone has any suggestions regarding the high trigger pull force I would like to know.