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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By cher from USA on 2010-06-26 14:53:13Things I liked:the weight of the gun is decent cocking is easier, the gun will shoot as well as the person shooting, for the price you pay its very good deal
Things I would have changed:i highly recommend changing the trigger to a GRT 111, the original trigger has to much play, which will make you kinda second think about the gun once i upgraded the trigger i was able to do guaranteed 50-80 yard shots perfect
What others should know:the gun comes with a excellent scope and weaver rail ,and is welded on so even better for stability, the gun does have a kick to it, similar as any other rim fire or center fire .22s, great gun i would put this gun in similar classes of a PCP
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Fred from USA on 2014-02-24 21:16:22Things I liked:Things I Like about Pyramid Air - great outfit. Things I like about the Benji Trail NP - NOTHING. Sorry to write a bad review but I got a bad gun (22 cal). The trigger was notoriously poor and the barrel was filthy out of the box. I had continuous excessive dieseling and could never get the gun to group well at any distance. After repeated cleaning and doing the recommended trigger job (GRT III) I shot it and shot it hoping for thing to break in, smooth out and generally improve but after about 500 rounds the seals gave out and dropped the power down to about 300 FPS. So now I have a gun with a voided warranty that never did shoot right with no recourse. Bummer.
Things I would have changed:Trigger. Better quality control. Better seals.
What others should know:This gun is advertised as quiet and I found that to not be the case. I also found it to be very "jumpy" as in powerful but hard to control. Buyer beware. I know there are a lot of good reviews on this gun but you never know if you will be the one to get the next lemon. I have some spring guns I love. This was my first venture into the gas ram power plants. Can't say I'll be rushing down that path again any time soon.