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cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« on: March 11, 2019, 11:57:47 PM »
Okay, I'm sure someone on here has ordered a Nitro Venom stock from Crosman. Do you mind me asking how much can I expect to pay for the stock and trigger guard plus shipping? I'm on a tight budget, I'm having to buy my daughter a car and ours needs replacing as well.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 12:19:25 AM »
I think I paid $65 for an Optimus stock few years ago.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2019, 12:32:51 AM »
You can call Crosman for parts and shipping quotes. It helps to have the part number ready. You can find parts diagrams in the Crosman.com support area.
I thought they quoted me $35 or $40 for a trail stock, but I might be remembering it wrong.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2019, 12:44:22 AM »
I believe Crosman charges a flat rate for shipping.  They will probably stick you for sales tax at whatever rate your state charges.  The best way to learn prices is to call Crosman customer service.  The part number for the stock is CVW1K77NP-01-00. The lug which you may or may not need is B19-2-001.  The reason you may or may not need it is due to the length of the one on your synthetic stock.  The trigger guard screws are (Front) GB847-85 ST3.5X16 and (Rear) GB823-88 M6X20.  The Regal trigger guard (metal) is B19-7-00-1.  I prefer that one to the Nitro Venom trigger guard because the original guard was a brittle plastic - I broke it.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2019, 08:09:48 AM »
I ordered some stocks from Crosman in 2017.
They were both $30 each and shipping was only $4.
I was surprised at how reasonable the price was, came with the butt pad.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #5 on: March 12, 2019, 08:23:20 AM »
Try putting a post in the members classified gate, you might be very happy with your findings.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #6 on: March 12, 2019, 08:30:57 AM »
I believe Crosman charges a flat rate for shipping.  They will probably stick you for sales tax at whatever rate your state charges.  The best way to learn prices is to call Crosman customer service.  The part number for the stock is CVW1K77NP-01-00. The lug which you may or may not need is B19-2-001.  The reason you may or may not need it is due to the length of the one on your synthetic stock.  The trigger guard screws are (Front) GB847-85 ST3.5X16 and (Rear) GB823-88 M6X20.  The Regal trigger guard (metal) is B19-7-00-1.  I prefer that one to the Nitro Venom trigger guard because the original guard was a brittle plastic - I broke it.
Thanks for the information.  I had looked up the parts numbers off of CROSMAN's website but I was unsure the metal trigger guard off the Regal would fit on the Nitro Venom stock. Thanks for clarifying that. I looked on the Prowler parts list and the lug is the same part number so I will be able to use it on the wood stock.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #7 on: March 12, 2019, 10:27:23 AM »
Just saw this post, what wood stock will work on a F4. Getting to the point that I can,t handle the black plastic stocks anymore.       Mike
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #8 on: March 12, 2019, 11:36:30 AM »
I just ordered a stock in Nov. it was $60 plus $16 shipping. I asked about the $5 parts shipping and they said it was only for smaller parts and they charge more to ship a stock now.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #9 on: March 12, 2019, 11:33:07 PM »
I just ordered a stock in Nov. it was $60 plus $16 shipping. I asked about the $5 parts shipping and they said it was only for smaller parts and they charge more to ship a stock now.
Hmmm. A little more than I was expecting.  I'll call tomorrow and get an exact cost. My wife and I are traveling to visit our daughter in Memphis tomorrow. 
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #10 on: March 13, 2019, 03:10:41 AM »
Just saw this post, what wood stock will work on a F4. Getting to the point that I can,t handle the black plastic stocks anymore.       Mike

Any of the Crosman or Benjamin wood stocks for the regular Nitro piston guns should work. My Nitro piston Prowler .22 in a refinished Titan stock I got on a trade from another member. Used to have an Optimus in it that's now parts and pieces of other rifles and the Prowler dropped right in.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #11 on: March 13, 2019, 07:59:28 AM »
Nice refinish,  that's one of the things I like about wood stocks.  Thanks for the words of encouragement.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #12 on: March 14, 2019, 12:10:14 PM »
Okay, I'm sure someone on here has ordered a Nitro Venom stock from Crosman. Do you mind me asking how much can I expect to pay for the stock and trigger guard plus shipping? I'm on a tight budget, I'm having to buy my daughter a car and ours needs replacing as well.

Dan......I have a Crosman Titan stock fitted on my Crosman Vantage.   

The Vantage dropped right in....after I removed the rear open sight.

The Titan does not come with open sights like the Vantage does ...so there was a clearance problem on the rear sight.

I got my Titan stock from RBQChicken ( Randy)  He does not like thumb-Hole stocks to start with.

He gave it to me after a refinishing job did not turn out the way he would like it to be.

You might want to post a  Want to Buy  add in the GTA Classifieds and see what turns up.

{ I gave the Vantage stock to 19Sheridan57 (Steve)    I also gave a Hatsan Striker stock to Back_Roads (Jim) after SteveP-52 (Steve) gave me an Edge stock for my Hatsan Striker. }      Thats sorta how things can work around here, sometimes.  The GTA is a great place to be.  ;D



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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #13 on: March 14, 2019, 01:39:35 PM »
Great suggestion,  I don't guess it even occurred to me that another member my have a stock that they would want to depart with. I will post that a little later.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #14 on: March 15, 2019, 10:11:39 AM »
Okay, I'm sure someone on here has ordered a Nitro Venom stock from Crosman. Do you mind me asking how much can I expect to pay for the stock and trigger guard plus shipping? I'm on a tight budget, I'm having to buy my daughter a car and ours needs replacing as well.

Dan......I have a Crosman Titan stock fitted on my Crosman Vantage.   

The Vantage dropped right in....after I removed the rear open sight.

The Titan does not come with open sights like the Vantage does ...so there was a clearance problem on the rear sight.

I got my Titan stock from RBQChicken ( Randy)  He does not like thumb-Hole stocks to start with.

He gave it to me after a refinishing job did not turn out the way he would like it to be.

You might want to post a  Want to Buy  add in the GTA Classifieds and see what turns up.

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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #15 on: March 16, 2019, 07:56:36 AM »
Okay, I'm sure someone on here has ordered a Nitro Venom stock from Crosman. Do you mind me asking how much can I expect to pay for the stock and trigger guard plus shipping? I'm on a tight budget, I'm having to buy my daughter a car and ours needs replacing as well.

Dan......I have a Crosman Titan stock fitted on my Crosman Vantage.   

The Vantage dropped right in....after I removed the rear open sight.

The Titan does not come with open sights like the Vantage does ...so there was a clearance problem on the rear sight.

I got my Titan stock from RBQChicken ( Randy)  He does not like thumb-Hole stocks to start with.

He gave it to me after a refinishing job did not turn out the way he would like it to be.

You might want to post a  Want to Buy  add in the GTA Classifieds and see what turns up.

{ I gave the Vantage stock to 19Sheridan57 (Steve)    I also gave a Hatsan Striker stock to Back_Roads (Jim) after SteveP-52 (Steve) gave me an Edge stock for my Hatsan Striker. }      Thats sorta how things can work around here, sometimes.  The GTA is a great place to be.  ;D



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Here is a picture of the Vantage in the Titan stock.   Click the picture to enlarge the image.

   Does anyone know if the Vantage Twanger stock would fit his rifle ? I still have the one Tom gave to me & am not using it. I got it for my Crosman " Go To Twanger," which had an ugly synthetic stock. I found a Gamo Twanger that doesn't Twang as much, & it took over as my new Go To Twanger. Someone wanted the old Twanger, but said that they wished it had a synthetic stock. Null problemo, so I switched the Twanger stocks back out. NOW, I have the extra wood Twanger stock.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #16 on: March 16, 2019, 12:47:01 PM »
Whether twanger or gas piston, receiver is still the same so it should drop right in. Only problem I had dropping the Optimus in the Titan stock was the rear sight, which I broke off the first time I cocked it but I was planning to scope it anyway.

That Titan stock now has my .22 Prowler in it which came without open sights and dropped right in, so his should drop in a Vantage stock with no problems. Just as has already been mentioned, make sure that back lug brace in in place.
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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #17 on: March 17, 2019, 12:30:57 AM »
Okay, I'm sure someone on here has ordered a Nitro Venom stock from Crosman. Do you mind me asking how much can I expect to pay for the stock and trigger guard plus shipping? I'm on a tight budget, I'm having to buy my daughter a car and ours needs replacing as well.

Dan......I have a Crosman Titan stock fitted on my Crosman Vantage.   

The Vantage dropped right in....after I removed the rear open sight.

The Titan does not come with open sights like the Vantage does ...so there was a clearance problem on the rear sight.

I got my Titan stock from RBQChicken ( Randy)  He does not like thumb-Hole stocks to start with.

He gave it to me after a refinishing job did not turn out the way he would like it to be.

You might want to post a  Want to Buy  add in the GTA Classifieds and see what turns up.

{ I gave the Vantage stock to 19Sheridan57 (Steve)    I also gave a Hatsan Striker stock to Back_Roads (Jim) after SteveP-52 (Steve) gave me an Edge stock for my Hatsan Striker. }      Thats sorta how things can work around here, sometimes.  The GTA is a great place to be.  ;D



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Here is a picture of the Vantage in the Titan stock.   Click the picture to enlarge the image.

   Does anyone know if the Vantage Twanger stock would fit his rifle ? I still have the one Tom gave to me & am not using it. I got it for my Crosman " Go To Twanger," which had an ugly synthetic stock. I found a Gamo Twanger that doesn't Twang as much, & it took over as my new Go To Twanger. Someone wanted the old Twanger, but said that they wished it had a synthetic stock. Null problemo, so I switched the Twanger stocks back out. NOW, I have the extra wood Twanger stock.

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So if SteveP-52 has put a Prowler in a Titan stock...
and I have put a Vantage in a Titan stock....
then I would think that a Prowler would fit in a Vantage stock       

They all three should be interchangeable. 

Anyway that is my best guess.



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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #18 on: March 17, 2019, 01:36:58 AM »

I'll have to look through my garage tomorrow to find the box and invoice to see which one it is, but stock guard and screws was $20 + shipping.

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Re: cost of a wood stock from Crosman
« Reply #19 on: March 17, 2019, 01:36:21 PM »

I'll have to look through my garage tomorrow to find the box and invoice to see which one it is, but stock guard and screws was $20 + shipping.
Thanks, I would appreciate that.
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