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Crosman Exclusive F4 Classic NP Break Barrel Air Rifle with Scope, .177 Caliber
by Crosman
In stock at Walmart - Click More Info / Buy Now to check for price rollbacks!
on 10-2-2018.
Product Description

Crosman F4 Classic NP .177 Caliber Break Barrel Air Rifle with Scope, 1200fps:
  • All-Weather Synthetic Stock
  • 177cal Caliber
  • Nitro Piston reduce noise by 70 percent vs spring powered rifles
  • Pellet velocity: up to 1200fps (alloy), 1,000fps (lead)
  • Caliber: .177 caliber
  • Power source: Nitro Piston
  • Mechanism: Break Barrel
  • Ammo type: shoots .177cal pellets only
  • Capacity: 1 pellet
  • Barrel: Rifled
  • Stock Material: Synthetic
  • Safety: Lever
  • Weight: 6.0 lbs
  • Length: 43.5 in
  • Nitro Piston Powerplant
  • Shoots .177cal Pellets up to 1200fps
  • All-Weather Synthetic Stock
  • Reviews From Buyers
    I bought this last year from Walmart. Never shot an air rifle before, so I learned the hard way. Lots of pellets and zeroing in, only to figure out that I needed to dissemble the hardware from the plastic (2 take down screws in the foreend and one inside the trigger housing), clean everything, and oil the moving part. Then, dry off the screws and the surfaces it will come into contact with, and use a thin amount of blue locktite on the screws upon reassembly. Did not need to add locktite to the scope screws, luckily. Just had to re-tighten them a couple times, and since then, just keep checking before each use.Lastly, I only use dry .177 patches. I insert them with a rod and .17 jag from the breech. If you use RWS pellets (which I recently switched to), your barrel will not get very dirty at all. After 200 shots, I run 3 or 4 patches thru and the 3rd one is pretty well clean.After several hundred pellets, I add silicone oil, one or two drops at most, INTO THE CHAMBER -- NOT THE BARREL. (Just wanted to emphasis that. The barrel needs no oil. Besides, the drop that goes into the chamber will make its way into the barrel once you shoot it, anyway.)So, to sum it up: Blue Locktite on the takedown screws, check scope assembly often, clean barrel w/ dry patches only, and 1-2 drops silicone oil in the chamber every few hundred shots. Use a clean pellet brand. Your barrel, and fingers, will stay cleaner longer.These little adjustments and maintenance routines have made my F4 remarkably accurate and fun, longer-lasting, and extremely inexpensive for the value.