All-weather carbon-fiber thumbhole stock with textured forearm and grip
Reduced vibration due to the gas piston & the special carbon-fiber stock
Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 3-9x40 AO scope & mount
Here are the benefits of the Nitro Piston:
No spring torque
No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours
Functions perfectly in cold weather
Lasts longer than a metal spring
*Weight is for the rifle only. Scope and mount will add about 2 lbs.
Gas pistons have come into their own, and none is more popular than the Crosman Nitro Piston. With it's smooth action and cocking, this rifle will deliver many years of enjoyable, dependable shooting.
Is pest elimination your thing? If so, the Benjamin NPS will help you take out nests of rats and mice, squirrels living in your attic, rabbits feasting on your vegetable garden and pest birds that have taken over territory from song birds.
If you don't hunt or have pests and enjoy plinking, you can't go wrong with this air rifle. The smooth cocking and the lack of buzzing and vibration...all due to the Crosman Nitro Piston powerplant...will let you shoot for hours at a time without getting sore. The only thing you have to think about is hitting your target.
Things I liked:It is quiet. What others should know:I am still breaking this in. I had an accuracy problem with the first one I ordered, but Pyramyd, as usual, fixed the problem quickly and efficiently. The really do have the best Customer Service I have ever seen.
Things I liked:I think this is a really good little air rifle, especially at the price.
Surprisingly, it also comes with an honestly decent mil-dot scope and not the usual 4x crossed wire reticle junk which one removes and replaces first thing out of the box. I have had the NPS for about two weeks. Today I did headshots on three starlings at 75 feet, so it is a indeed very accurate air rifle. Things I would have changed:Nothing much. Perhaps a third level of comb adjustment. What others should know:Mine needed a film of oil to take the grind out of the cocking. Problem solved without drama. It's not a very pretty air rifle. Certainly not the Belle of the Ball as far as finish is concerned. However, it is a heck of an accurate piece. It has plenty of velocity so heavy pellets are an option. Comes with a pretty good scope. For $170? It's a steal.
How do I stop the grinding during the cocking cycle. my gun has less than 150 shots. I can only prevent this if I flip the gun over and pull the barrel towards me. thanks!
Chevota from USA:
It's the cocking linkage, the tip or "shoe" at the end scrapes the tube. You can either let it wear a path which leaves a mess of metal shavings that cause problems, or reshape the shoe a bit. I have pix and a full explanation if you want; chevota at hotmail. It will probably also have a secondary scraping problem, both of which should be fixed before ever cocking the gun. There's also misc other problems that cause loss in power and accuracy, I have solutions and pix for all these. Just remind me of the model and problem when writing. This goes for anyone in need.
Stanley from USA asked:
Who sells replacement stocks for benjamin nps ?
Luis from USA:
Give Crosman a call. the part number for the carbon fiber stock is ELS-112.
Jerry from USA:
Give Crosman a call at 1-800-724-7486
Luis from USA asked:
Im new to break barrel guns. How do I know when this gun is broken in and how much quieter is it after the break in period is complete.
Erika from USA:
Break in depends on the gun. Once you are noticing the gun stopped dieseling and the accuracy and speed seem consistent then the gun is broken in