Date: 12/2/2016 18:50

CR Nitro Piston, Fits Select Benjamin & Crosman Air Rifles

CR Nitro Piston, Fits Select Benjamin & Crosman Air Rifles

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PY-A-3830

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  • Description
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  • Replacement Crosman Nitro Piston
  • Fits Benjamin Trail and Crosman Nitro Venom air rifles
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Installation is not included in the price

This is a replacement unit that fits the Benjamin Trail NP and Crosman Nitro Venom air rifles.


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Item Code: CR-BT9M22-00-5A [PY-A-3830]

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By graham from Canada on 2015-08-08
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Things I liked: Everything ! This will fit into many of my guns for that wonderful NP feel

Things I would have changed: Maybe the part number to be stamped or etched into part , the ink one wears off in seconds .

What others should know: If you havnt tryed NP or other gas piston guns you should give it a shot ! I'll only use my old spring guns , anything new better be NP

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By Ken from USA on 2015-08-02
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Things I liked: This nitro piston has my Titan .22 shooting the way I had hoped it would when I bought it. Whether the original piston was defective from the beginning or whether the Titan came with a weaker piston, this new one is considerably more powerful. It also appears to be consistent, which is critical to accuracy.

Things I would have changed: Nothing.

What others should know: I have read other post that decry the price of this replacement nitro piston. I agree it is not cheap, but this is something one must consider from the beginning. For my Titan, I am now working to determine what pellet will work best. So far it appears Benjamin .22 hollow points are a good choice; perhaps they will be the best choice.

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By jean from USA on 2015-01-16
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Things I liked: looks of good quality

Things I would have changed: I would give the mechanical properties in mm: body D/L:19./150 ...ram D/L :10.\ 110 ......Length of stroke ??105......Total length 263.....Initial strength ??? pounds

What others should know: The price is too high @ $50....should be $30/35 at the most

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  • edmund from USA asked:

    will this give my benjaman titan np 22 cal more power

    • Chevota from USA:

      It is the oem replacement spring for a Titan and most other Crosman/Benj nitros, so no. Now if you have an oddball 695fps one or your spring has leaked then this will bring it to full power, assuming the new one hasn't leaked too. You can estimate yours by measuring the cocking effort, if peak effort falls below 28lbs then it leaked or is an oddball low power gun. If your spring is good then I suggest tuning the gun for more power, which varies but ~20% gains are common. See below email if you want info

  • bobby from USA asked:

    Can this replace the coil spring in my fury2

    • Chevota from USA:

      I believe the Fury II was only coil spring, if so then this nitro spring can be installed w/o too much effort (imo), but how is too much to post here. Write me at chevota at hotmail for pix and details

  • curtis from Canada asked:

    Chevota what exactly do you cut on the inner piston to bring it down to 150mm

    • Chevota from USA:

      Probably better to show you pix, email me at chevota at hotmail

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