The Crossman Vantage NP .177 is a very good, powerful platform coming from the factory with poor adjustable sights (unusable), and a pretty good scope. Once the scope was mounted I found the rifle much more accurate, although not the "tack driver" it is supposed to be. So I spent another $33 for an aftermarket da Tuna GRTIII trigger which solved the problem of a very poor factory trigger. So I now have a very powerful, very accurate and fun-to-shoot air rifle for about $140 total. To buy a comparably-shooting air rifle that will perform as this Crosman Vantage does now, would be well over $250 to $300. If you buy one of these, be ready to use the scope and change the trigger ... in the long run, it's worth it.
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