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Nitro Piston Powered Break Barrel Air Rifle (Model: CFRNP17SX)

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Nitro Piston Powered Break Barrel Air Rifle

  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Two-stage, adjustable trigger
  • CenterPoint 4x32 mm scope
Technical Specs
Caliber .177
Powerplant Nitro Piston
Lead Pellet Velocity Up to 1000 fps
Alloy Pellet Velocity Up to 1200 fps
Steel BB Velocity No
Action Break Barrel
Length 43.5 in
Product Weight 6 lbs
Air Reservoir No
Barrel Material Steel
Rifled Barrel No
Barrel Type Rifled/Overmolded
Buttpad No
Camo Pattern No
Checkering No
Cocking Effort No
FPE $18.00
Foot Pounds of Energy (FPE) No
Joules No
Front Sight No
Rear Sight No
Material Synthetic
Magazine No
Mounting Rail Dovetail
Noise Suppression No
Trigger Two Stage
Stock Style New Design
Included Optics No
Sling Mounts Included No
Sling Mount Type No
Stock Material Synthetic
Safety No
Rings included? No
Fire NP is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hard-hitting and Tight Groups I bought the Fire over a year ago and it seems to be getting better with time. The optimum distance for me is between 17-30 yards, but going farther is not impossible if you shoot pellets that will stay accurate at longer distances. At the range, I will go out to 60-75 yards, but compensate for trajectory. Best pellets for accuracy will be in the 8-10 grain range due to the power of gas piston. Quiet enough for backyard plinking. Scope is fine to 30-ish yards, and doable further out in very well-lit areas. Plenty inexpensive scopes to replace it with. Rifle is definitely worth buying, just need to master holding it correctly. I use a small bean-bag forend rest.
Date published: 2017-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well built powerful rifle. Bought this rifle several months ago and it is a sturdy well built air rifle. The scope and rings are not the best quality however. The rifle takes some effort to cock at first but gets easier as you shoot it a little bit. Unfortunately the scope and mounts kept working loose after shooting and needed to be re-tightened several times. I couldn't get the scope to zero properly, it shot low no matter how much I'd adjust the crosshairs. The sticky pads in the mounts kept working out as well. Eventually I added a shim to the lower rear mount and this helped zero the scope normally so there is some apparent barrel droop with my rifle. So far I've used Crosman pellet (Destroyer, Premium Pointed and heavier Beeman Pointed). So far the Destroyers work the best out of the 3 types I've used.
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Airgun -Solutions to Some Problems This was the replacement for a Christmas gift (Marksman Model 90) that stopped working the second time I used it. I returned it to Dicks where the gift was originally purchased and got the Crosman Fire NP and I have not been disappointed. The Fire is a quality air rifle with an acceptable scope. It took a little while and some research to get good with it because spring/gas piston rifles are a different breed due to the inherent double recoil. You must grip the gun lightly and use an artillery hold. If you hold the gun tightly or press it tightly to your shoulder, you might as well be throwing rocks at your target. Regarding the long second stage of the standard Crosman trigger, which also impacts accuracy, the 3x5mm adjustment screw just doesn't cut it. To get enough adjustment, remove the screw and replace it with a 3x8mm screw. This shortens the pull on the second stage to an acceptable level, potentially increasing accuracy. Lastly, you really do need to find the pellet that works best in your particular gun. You would think that if the Crosman Pointed 7.4gr pellet works best in mine it should work best in yours. Not so with pellet guns. I am very happy with my Fire NP, but I also have a Daisy 880 and and an Umarex NXG APX that I shoot a lot. I'm still more accurate with the multi-pump air rifles, but I wouldn't trade in my Fire. It is considerably more powerful than the multi-pump rifles and I'm getting better with it every time I use it.
Date published: 2018-05-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not consistant accuracy I tried sighting in the gun with the factory scope. Hits were randomly all over the target. So, I went back to the store and bought a real scope. Some improvements to the shot pattern - I can hit a 4" target with each shot hitting in a different place and yes, I'm using a bench! So I called support and was advised to try different bullet shapes (I have) and that I should shoot several hundred rounds thru the gun before I even think about putting the scope on to sight it in. Just sitting in the backyards for hours pumping rounds thru it should increase the accuracy because it needed a break-in period. Really? Here it is time to go hunting but I still have no accuracy in the rifle. If this is normal then I will not buy another one.
Date published: 2017-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great! Purchased at Cabelas in Montana for Midwest use. Very powerful, decent scope so far but have only shot maybe 10 times but averaging 7 out if 10 perfect targets acquired at 50 feet. Haven't tested accuracy distance further. Going to look into a bipod maybe. But overall it's a great buy for the price.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of junk! For the first month, the rifle was decent, regarding accuracy, but afterwards I couldn't hit the broad side of a barn. The scope and scope rings kept moving with every shot, even despite the retention pin! Spent over there times what I paid for the freaking thing on a new scope and countless scope rings and rails. Even had a professional gunsmith inspect the rifle and even he was at a loss. I even epoxied the scope rings to the receiver with steel epoxy and the scope rings were still destroyed! Save your money and don't buy this piece of junk!
Date published: 2018-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality Scope Makes This A Target Only Rifle I got this for Christmas 6 months ago. The quality seems good. It loads and shoots well. The poor quality of the scope is the deal breaker. Its fine for stationary targets but once a rodent moves its the poor quality of the scope makes it impossible to follow the critter. If you are looking for pest control this is a poor choice. They have penny pinched it down to having no iron sights and according to crossman coustomer service there is no way to add a open sight. Its a nice stationary target rifle.
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Accurate power I got this around Christmas of 2016 and loved it the moment I shot it. Took about a tin to break in and settle down. Out of about 8 different pellets with varying weights it doesn't seem overly picky, so I got lucky with this one. It bears such a close resemblance to the Benjamin Trail NP it begs the question; did Crosman cross over the original first Gen Benjamin powerplant to the F4 and the Fire line of rifles when you upgraded to the Benjamin NP2? I would love to know. I also own a 1377 American Classic that I did some personal modifications to without spending a dime. Added my own scope and made my own stock and foregrip. Camo taped it like I did the Fire. It's everything I was told it would be. But that's another story. The new Benjamin Trail NP 2 SBD is next on my wish list. Great job Crosman!
Date published: 2017-10-01
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