Crosman Fury II Blackout .177 Air Rifle

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Crosman Fury II Blackout .177 Air Rifle
Price: $69.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $15 Two-Day OR $18 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Feb 24 to Tuesday, Feb 25) + transit
Condition: New

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A good, cheaper alternative to .22LR (And the ammo is easier to find, too).

99.97 from Walmart with generally good reviews.

Same’s true of PyramydAir.com. 9 reviews, 4.5/5 stars

And D icks Sporting Goods, $119, 4.5/5 stars with 32 reviews. (sorry for the space, apparently you can’t type that word or it changes it to Dicks)

Review from Airgun Depot

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Time to check out the product page, the manual and learn all about Safety

the vantage that was here a few times prior was a better airgun. Nitro pison powered vs spring, better looking stock (i know, subjective), and really nice fiber optic iron sights. The centerpoint scope included with this one is pretty much a throwaway; you’ll be lucky if it survives 500 shots on a springer.

I own one of these and it really works well. Very accurate and very powerful. I use it to keep my tomato patch free of critters such as ground hogs. From my porch I have a clear shot to the garden, about 75 feet away. No, the rifle will not kill this critter, as they’re almost as big as dogs but it sure gives them a heck of a sting. After a while, they get the message and look for greener pastures.

By the way, I live in one of those states that forbids one to buy an air rifle, so I have to exercise creativity in order to acquire one.

Why not ship to Illinois?

That there bear is exercising his secon’mendment right to bear a chair in his bear arms… Ya-huk!

This is a good deal, on a good rifle, if not remanufactured. Pyramydair.com has them for $99.99 new, but 59.99 remanufactured. And yes, that is a Fury II, Woot!

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In theory, springers don’t last as long, but it I’ve never seen it. I’ve got both, and I’ve never worn out a springer. 500 shots? It won’t even be broken-in by 1000. Don’t be silly. You can also replace the spring, if you ever do wear it out. Also, this gun gets good ratings on every air gun web site. That’s hardly a throw-away.

I believe the ‘throw-away’ remark was made towards the scope itself, not the gun…

I’m pretty sure the scope is mounted backwards in the pictures… :slight_smile:

10% off with coupon Code: AG-2013-2
$65.86 shipped, I ordered one…

[QUOTE=acanarelli, post:9, topic:412250]

“No, the rifle will not kill this critter, as they’re almost as big as dogs but it sure gives them a heck of a sting. After a while, they get the message and look for greener pastures”

I have friend who says the same thing – shoots squirrels who rob his bird feeder with a air rifle and says he just stings them.
An air gun with this power will certainly put a pellet through the skin of most small or medium sized mammals, and while they may not keel over and die in front of your eyes, will likely run off and do so shortly.
So don’t kid yourself.

[QUOTE=katfisch]

I thought the same thing. shooting a lead pellet into an animal will leave an open wound where flies and other insects can get in. not to mention lead poisioning.

This person doesn’t have the faintest idea. A 22 is a gun, this is a BB, not comparative at all.

Nor do you. This is not a BB gun, it’s a pellet gun. Schooled!