Fury II Blackout

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Single Shot Tactical Break Barrel Air Rifle with All-Weather Stock

  • Two-stage, adjustable trigger
  • Pistol grip and forearm are designed to provide comfort and stability
  • Storage compartment behind recoil pad
  • Includes CenterPoint 4x32mm scope
  • Muzzle brake
  • Primary Use

    • Specifications Overview

    • Model Number30150
    • Pellet VelocityUp to 1000 fps
    • Alloy Pellet VelocityUp to 1200 fps
    • Weight6.1
    • Length43
    • MechanismBreak Barrel
    • Power SourceSpring
    • Caliber.177
    • BarrelRifled Steel
    • SafetyLever
    • Colorblack

    Average Rating

    4.50 out of 5 stars
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    Rating Breakdown

    Excellent
    63% 15 reviews
    Good
    29% 7 reviews
    Average
    4% 1 review
    Poor
    4% 1 review
    Very Poor
    0% 0 reviews

    Fury II Blackout

    Customer Reviews

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    tr77 review

    By Anonymous

    2014-10-06 16:27:29
    i shot a squirrel from 30 yards droped him like a rock. love this gun had gamo took it back got this one its got way more power.
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    NICE!!!

    By David

    2014-10-03 15:59:28
    I was in Walmart buying shotgun shell and happen to glance over at the bb gun and I was like hmmmm I would like another pellet gun. As a kid I always had the Crosman 760s 2200 and as an adult I purchased a Daisy 880. I noticed the pellet guns I had as a kid weren't as powerful so I kind of let it sit in the closet until a possum started turning over the trash the 880 took care of that. But I decided to by this gun and wow I was impressed with the distance hit targets that the 880 couldn't . For the 75 bucks I spent on it I'm very happy just a little pissed it just started to rain I was having fun cant wait for the rain to stop cause Im ready for some more shooting with this gun.
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    just right

    By crilla

    2014-09-09 22:52:23
    Very nice rifle..light..and powerful
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    El mejor .177 que tuve

    By Carlos

    2014-08-25 10:41:20
    Exelente rifle de aire comprimido resortero, mucha potencia y exelente presicion con los balines crosman pointed a corta, media y larga distancia, estuve cazando con este rifle y me sorprendio la presicion y como caen las palomas con el impacto. Me costo un poco poder dejar fijos los soportes de la mira, tuve que pagar los tornillos con loctite para que no se aflojen, despues de esto y bien calibrado es muy pegador.
    Recomiento este rifle a quien este buscando un .177 y quiera divertirse eliminando plagas, es letal.
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    Impressed

    By badngood38

    2014-07-06 20:39:49
    I bought this gun for my son for Christmas. When I was heading home with it I decided he may not take up much time with it due to the amount of guns he already has so I decided that I would take it back the next day. After reading about the recoil while at the store, this is my first experience with breakbarrels by the way, I decided that I would fire a round through it before returning it. I really thought it would be a joke but I was mistake. Needless to say after shooting it that first time it never got returned nor did my son get it. I have really enjoyed the gun and the fact that it has no problem shooting completely through a 3/4" treated board is awesome. I recommend this rifle for sure. Be safe and enjoy.
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    Crossman fury II blackout

    By David Crowe

    2014-06-14 11:56:45
    This air gun is vary accurate and it has amazing power but it is very loud and it doesn't have iron sights the scope is hard to zero in but all in all it it an amazing air rifle
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    What a Gun!

    By STL Airgunner

    2014-06-10 22:57:58
    I am new to break barrel rifles so I didn't know what to expect as I have only shot pump BB/Pellet rifles for years I am also an experienced hunter and shooter of regular guns and ammo. I live in a urban area with a huge backyard and have a nice size garden that rabbits like to invade so I use my pellet guns for a specific purpose...taking out pests, and my pump gun just didn't have the power and range I needed. I took the Fury II out of the box, put the scope on, and took a test shot out of the back patio door with a standard 7.9 gr Crosman Pellet...it actually scared me a little because the first shot obviously broke the sound barrier because it cracked like a 22 going off an every dog in the neighborhood started barking. I thought that maybe this was a little too much gun for my area. I switched to the 10.5 gr domed pellets and took the gun to my basement shooting range and after putting 250 to 300 pellets through it it quieted down enough to be about the volume of a loud nail gun and the 10.5 gr pellets keep it under the sound barrier. I recently tested it from 10 yards out to 40 yards and it was shooting bottle cap size groups at 10-20 yards and 2-3 inch groups at 30-40 yards. The trigger is adjustable and acceptable, not as fine tuned as my hunting rifles but for a $100 air rifle I can't complain at all. I have already taken out a couple of rabbits with it in the past couple of weeks. I am a big fan and already have a pre order in for the 22 cal NP2 Benjamin model that is coming out.
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    Very nice gun! For the price can't beat it.

    By dafuryisgreat

    2014-06-07 10:35:56
    I bought this gun for the advertized velocities. I was 100% sure that my actual velocities would be 100 - 200 fps slower, Wow, am I surprised and pleased. After about 200 round break in to settle it down and stop the dieseling, I ran it through a chronograph to determine actual velocities.

    With 8.2 grain lead pellets it is averaging 1040 fps. Since I assumed they used 6.8 - 7.0 grain pellets to get stated velocities, I am super impressed that this gun exceeds their claim with 8.2 grain pellets. I do not have any lighter pellets at this time to test, but would guess pellets around 7.0 grains would get velocities around 1100 fps. Crosmans claim is confirmed!!

    Next I switched to alloy pellets. They claim 1300 fps, and with Crosman SSP alloy pellets (4.0 gr) I am averaging 1383 fps! WOW!! That is smoking fast, and is accompanied by a very loud crack! Again, Crosman's claims confirmed!! Btw, with 5.2 gr alloy pellets I am still getting 1275 fps average, which is close enough to 1300 fps not to matter. Very impressive velocities to say the least!

    I have only fired this on a 25' basement range, and accuracy with lead pellets looks promising. I am getting one hole 5 shot groups. When the rain stops I will go out to the country and try it at 50 yards with a wide variety to pellets to determine which are most accurate, and if any is capable of enough accuracy to kill squirrels at that range.

    Let me give you one warning about this gun! It is a beast!! Recoil is quite capable of moving a scope which is securely clamped to the rail. So you need really good mounts. I recommend one piece with around six screws to clamp it down. I did not have those, so I used two piece rings and the scope slid 1/2 inch in just 5 shots with it clamped as firmly as I could get it! I did have an unused Beeman scope stop, so I used that, and it solved the problem for me.

    I did not want to use the scope stop hole, as it is my belief that the rings will just elongate the hole and keep sliding till you have a huge tear in the breech.

    One other thing to mention. As others noted, the trigger pull is less than desirable. It is long and heavy! To me unacceptably so, but a smooth pull through works well and I can live with it. Hopefully, though there is an after market trigger available from Charlie Da Tuna or others!
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    No power

    By begbpc

    2014-06-06 17:09:37
    Nice gun and optics for the money. shoot 1.5" group with the right ammo at 25 yards, but it does not have enough power to kill squirrels, as advertised. Several hits, know direct kills. Had one fall out of a tree and smack on the ground, then smashed it. Pellet did not break skin, just left a mark. Great for a kid, but don't recommend for small game if it can't perform.
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    great gun

    By dev

    2014-05-24 00:06:44
    amazing price amazing gun enough said
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    AWESOME

    By Troy

    2014-05-05 23:15:17
    Very very accurate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Crosman fury 2 blackout

    By Anonymous

    2014-05-04 19:04:46
    This gun is pretty powerful.
    Has similar power to a gamo hornet, but costs substantially less.
    Was getting dime sized groups with gamo tomahawk pellets.
    Awesome air rifle for the money!!!
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    Great

    By Anonymous

    2014-04-27 07:32:41
    I have nothing bad to say about this gun. Shoots ever pellet I have tried very accurately. This is the best and most accurate gun there is for the price.
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    Best air rifle I've bought!

    By Hunter Green

    2014-04-22 00:28:35
    I absolutely love this gun! Everything about it is awesome and the accuracy is unbelievable, dead on zero! I've shot this gun les than 300 times and I'm very happy with my purchase. I would highly recommend to anyone for hunting, target practice, or just to mess around and have fun with.
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    Crosman tr77/Fury II Blackout

    By Anonymous

    2014-04-21 02:08:06
    I really love this gun, it has a great feel to it. However, it isn't as "tactical" as the marketing would like you to think. the rubber butt pad is pretty hard, giving you plenty of recoil and the cheek rest is set up so you actually have to lift your head off it to see through the scope, also there are no iron sights :(. The scope itself is actually quite clear, and if pellets are flying all over the place 99% of the time, you aren't holding it properly, google it :) however the scope rings are garbage and don't fit properly on to the rail. If you I am starting to think it might be the rail though, because it seems wider than 11mm... the trigger isn't a world class, obviously, but it's bearable, again, some people make a huge deal about that. The biggest problem with mine (and it might just be mine) is that it's still dieseling after 200 rounds. I don't know if that's normal for this model. I love the way it looks though, totally as awesome as the name sounds. I'm gonna give it 3 and 3 fourths stars because I am an indecisive person, also everyone says i'm harsh in my reviews (only given 1 5 star in my life)
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    Crosman tr77/Fury II Blackout

    By Anonymous

    2014-04-21 02:08:05
    I really love this gun, it has a great feel to it. However, it isn't as "tactical" as the marketing would like you to think. the rubber butt pad is pretty hard, giving you plenty of recoil and the cheek rest is set up so you actually have to lift your head off it to see through the scope, also there are no iron sights :(. The scope itself is actually quite clear, and if pellets are flying all over the place 99% of the time, you aren't holding it properly, google it :) however the scope rings are garbage and don't fit properly on to the rail. If you I am starting to think it might be the rail though, because it seems wider than 11mm... the trigger isn't a world class, obviously, but it's bearable, again, some people make a huge deal about that. The biggest problem with mine (and it might just be mine) is that it's still dieseling after 200 rounds. I don't know if that's normal for this model. I love the way it looks though, totally as awesome as the name sounds. I'm gonna give it 3 and 3 fourths stars because I am an indecisive person, also everyone says i'm harsh in my reviews (only given 1 5 star in my life)
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    Very nice!!

    By Bentley

    2014-04-16 03:15:05
    Very nice (in the voice of borat), i have blown a nice hole in a 300 page hard back novel, the first pellet went all the way thru!
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    fury II blackout

    By Anonymous

    2014-03-30 20:13:38
    In my younger years I did a lot of shooting of a wide range of guns and some bb/pellet guns. Recently I've had a squirrel problem but didn't have quite the right pick in my old collection for the job; quiet, 25-75 yard range (with accuracy), easy and fun to use. In all fairness, I'm new to break barrel pellet guns but my expectations were higher when purchasing this model on the salesperson's recommendation. I carefully set the gun up and began testing/breaking-in. My first session was frusterating getting the siting zeroed. I re-approached it the next day with different situations and ranges to understand the system better. The trigger pull is quite hard and still, trying different ammo, I could not get decent accuracy even at 25 yards. In a third session, I did a test with an old pump up Daisy and a real .22 with measured out target ranges to compare. Obviously the .22 performed well for my purpose and ranging. But It's just too loud for my neighbor situation. However, the old Daisy still landed a considerably tighter pattern than this gun at all ranges (10, 20, and 25 yards) and with bare sights. Neither did the .22 have a scope to give clarity to the targets. I don't want to be disappointed, but I am in this pick.
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    Impressive gun

    By Keith

    2014-03-24 22:32:15
    Powerful and lots of fun to shoot. Only shot about 100 pellets so I can't really say much about accuracy. Can't beat the price.
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    very satisified.

    By adam

    2014-03-22 09:20:19
    So I bought this rifle because of the ongoing .22 lr shortage and as recemended I have started the process of shooting it 300 times to break it in. I didn't even put 200 through it before I noticed that it is very accurate. I don't know if this is just coincidence but when I got it broken in it was dead on with my point of aim without even adjusting the scope. My only complaint is that there is no ironsights. But if ur looking for a nice plinker for $100 then this is ur rifle.
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    Amazingly Powerful!

    By Andrew

    2014-02-25 21:07:56
    This is my first break-barrel rifle. I was immediately impressed with the strength of this gun. Following the manual, I sent about 300 pellets through it to break it in before sighting the scope. Even before finishing the break-in period I noticed the shots were already fairly consistent. Sighting in was much easier and quicker than I had anticipated; this gun is pretty accurate (at least inside 100ft). Power-wise, I did a test with a glass bottle made of thick, strong glass. At around 50ft, the MK-177 can shatter the bottle, but I can find the pellet in the shards of the glass; with the Blackout, the pellet (a standard Crosman Pointed Pellet-7.4g) slices THROUGH the same kind of bottle. That made me a believer in this gun! However, a word of caution, the recoil on this gun is substantial; I advise checking the scope mounts every couple of shots and tightening them as necessary. But all in all, a good gun. Can't wait to try it out at pest control.
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    What's Not To Like?

    By CharlieM

    2014-02-18 12:36:54
    My first air gun since I was a kid, oh some 50 years ago. It was not my first choice of Models, but they were sold out of the other Crosman models I wanted due to the Xmas buying, so I "settled" for this. I am more pleased with this thing than I ever thought I would be and I am glad now this is what I ended up with. It has a good scope and lots of power making it accurate and deadly. For a few bucks more than $100.00 what's not to like with this model? I have grown so fond of this model, and its pistol grip, I am now waiting for the TR77 NP Model 30005 to become available.
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    fury blackout

    By jeremy

    2014-02-06 19:23:12
    Over all nice gun,shoots better than some of the higher priced one s I shoot about 1500 pellets a week.
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    Great Air Gun

    By Robert

    2014-01-24 02:17:09
    Awesome air gun for the price. Was Shooting dime groups with the included scoope. Nice feel and not bad weight. Felt like I was shooting a real gun and not some plastic toy. Overall very happy with.. My only negative the recoil and sound are a bit much.. But I guess you're feeling the power..

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