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    CR Nitro Piston, Fits Select Benjamin & Crosman Air Rifles

    CR Nitro Piston, Fits Select Benjamin & Crosman Air Rifles

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    SKU PY-A-3830


    List Price $60.00 Save $10.05 (16%)

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    Estimated in-stock date 04-13-2015
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    This product is out of stock.
    Estimated in-stock date 04-13-2015.
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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.

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

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    Overall rating:3.0 3.0

    Value for money:2.0 2.0

      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

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:2.0 2.0

      By Philip from USA on 2015-01-01
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    Things I liked:Just like Johnnie, I also bought a Benjamin np from sportsman's guide about 4 years ago. Never knew how under powered it was until I bought a new np2 from Pyramyd. This new gas spring was easy to install, after I built a simple spring compressor on a 2x4, and made this rifle a powerful shooter as it should have been when I bought it. Test penetration into a pine board put it at 3/8" to back of pellet, approx same as new NP2. Hobby Happy!
    Things I would have changed:50 bucks is a little steep.
    What others should know:Only buy air guns from Pyramyd Air. They are the best and the quickest.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

      By Jeffrey from USA on 2013-07-28
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    5.01 rating
    Things I liked:Direct factory replacement for all Crosman/Benjamin Nitro Piston equipped guns except the Benjamin Trail XL. Easier to change out than a spring, much less preload.
    Things I would have changed:Nothing
    What others should know:You will need a spring compressor to install, these cannot be compressed by hand. For me it was a 15 minute job.
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    • kurtis from Canada asked:

      will this piston fit in crossmans phantom

      • Chevota from USA:

        It depends on which Phantom you have. This fits most, if not there is another that will. It doesn't just drop in to replace a coil spring, it requires other parts and/or modifications to make it work. If you buy all the parts to make it work I think it would be cheaper and easier to just buy a nitro gun. If you have the tools and can improvise then you just need this spring. Then there's the why? If you just gotta have it then get it, but if you want more power and/or a quieter/smoother gun there are much easier and cheaper ways to make your existing gun do that. So yes it is possible one way or another, but for most people this spring is only good for replacing one that has leaked out. Maybe ask in the Canadian Airgun Forum for more details. Specify the model #, caliber, what you end goal is and why.

    • kurtis from Canada asked:

      i have a benjamin trail that shots 495 fps if i install this piston will it increase the velocity of my gun ? and will i need to do other mods to get the 700fps im looking for ?

      • kurtis from Canada:

        thankyou very much chevota bye cutting the inner piston to 150 mm and adding this nitro piston to my gun i now have the power im looking for it actually will shot threw a 1 inch peice of ply wood no problem it a bit scary i havent put a chrony to it id bet im getting 800to 900 fps now thankyou or over 1000

      • Chevota from USA:

        They detune the guns for Canada several different ways, so I would figure out how they did that first, then work on undoing it. They also detune the 177 differently than the 22. If it has a hole in the piston, plug it. If the piston is longer than 150mm, shorten it or buy the 150 version. If it has a nitro now it is probably the lower strength one, but probably a better spring and it will hit 700 in 22, maybe 900 in 177. If you only installed this spring then your gains would probably be minimal if any. If it has a coil spring now then you need more parts and it's more hassle to do nitro.

      • kurtis from Canada:

        stephen so you used this piston and it upgraded your gun ??

      • steven from Canada:

        There is a kit that has a new nitro piston , that is stronger and a shorter piston ,that gives you a longer stroke , I put this in my TR 77 NPS went from 483 fps to 826 fps

    • Michael from USA asked:

      Looking for ram for Beeman Sivler Kodiak X2 will this work?

      • Chevota from USA:

        I believe it is possible, but it certainly doesn't drop right in. You'll need to improvise to make it work in your gun. Basically the nitro has to be centered at each end, so look at how Crosman does that and improvise. Much easier and cheaper imo to just tune your existing gun and maybe buy a Vorket spring for it. Properly tuned you won't be able to tell it's not a nitro, except the cocking effort will be less.

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