Reman Titan GP
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Powered by Nitro Piston® technology, the Titan NP in .22 caliber delivers velocities up to 950fps*. High quality Titan air rifles combine an impressively quiet shot with ultra-smooth cocking action and hushed precision. And, the included CenterPoint 4x32 scope is ideal for the small game hunter.
- Model Number9-C8M22NPRM
- Weight6.9 lbs
- MechanismBreak Barrel
- Power SourceNitro Piston
- CapacitySingle Shot
- Optics RailWeaver-Style
Reman Titan GP
Great airgun, amazing price
Don't assume referbs are like a used car, they're not. They're either victims of a damaged box, some defect that was replaced, or the owner simply doesn't understand break barrel guns and returned it because he doesn't know any better. Like returning for being too loud not understanding that the dieseling will stop. They can't open the barrel. They can't hit anything because they don't know how to shoot a springer. I've even heard of people returning the gun because it was not sighted in, or because the scope was blurry and didn't understand it has a focus adjustment. Whatever the case all the referbs I've rec'd from Crosman were just like new, and if you search the net you will find everyone else says the same thing.
This gun is very nice looking, has a very comfortable stock, it's solid, powerful, and is as accurate as any gun in it's class even those twice the price. As with most airguns there are some complaints people have, and with Crosman the primary complaint is the trigger. Fortunately this is easily fixed with an aftermarket trigger (way overpriced imo), or there are several methods of fixing it yourself from a complete trigger job to an extremely simple mod that takes a few seconds using a longer adjustment screw. The scope often needs a parallax adjustment as does most any would on an airgun, and yes they are adjustable regardless of what anyone says.
The nitro guns like this are smoother and quieter when cocking and firing compared to a coil spring gun, especially quieter firing just as they claim. They basically feel like a coil gun with a $150 tune job.
So if you want a good .22 cal gun without spending $300 or more, this is probably the best choice out there. I give it 5 stars not because it's as good as a top of the line German gun, it's not, I rate it for what you get for the money. For this price it's better than 5 stars. Have fun and google for info because break barrel airguns are a little different than other guns or firearms so you need to understand them to get the most from them.