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    Benjamin NP Limited Edition Air Rifle

     
    Benjamin NP Limited Edition Air Rifle

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    1-year limited warranty

    SKU PY-3352-6443

    $179.99

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    0.22" (5.5mm)
    1000 fps
    3-Medium
    18.25"
    44.0"
    1
    28 lbs.
    Rifled
    None
    None
    11mm dovetail
    Ventilated rubber
    Small game hunting/plinking
    3.5 lbs
    Breakbarrel
    Manual
    Gas-piston
    Single-shot
    Rifle
    6.25 lbs
    • Benjamin NP Limited Edition air rifle
    • Crosman Nitro Piston
    • Breakbarrel
    • Single-shot
    • Rifled steel bull barrel
    • 2-stage adjustable trigger
    • 11mm optics dovetail (no open sights)
    • 28 lbs. cocking effort
    • Manual safety
    • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
    • Stippled grip and forearm
    • Recoil pad
    • 6.25 lbs. without scope and mount, 7.70 lbs. with scope and mount
    • Includes unmounted 3-9x40 AO scope (mil-dot reticle) and mount

    Here are the benefits of the Crosman Nitro Piston:
    • Smoother cocking
    • Smoother shooting
    • 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


    Bargains can still be had in this day and age! This gun is proof that you don't have to spend a fortune to get a powerful air rifle with a gas piston.

    Be prepared to have a smooth magnum rifle that'll shoot paper targets, tin cans and even vermin that invade your turf. If ever there was an all-round air rifle, it's the Benjamin NP. Because of the synthetic stock, you don't have to baby it and be afraid you'll damage it.It's stout, weather-resistant and will stand up to the elements during regular use.

    Leave it by the back door as your go-to gun when you've got a few minutes to pop some paper…or when small rodents invade your garden. Ever ready, the Benjamin Nitro Piston air rifle will soon become your gun of choice.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Ed from USA on 2014-08-24
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    Things I liked:Very accurate and also very quiet. I found the included scope to nice. Cocking effort is light.
    Things I would have changed:As some others have mentioned, the stock is a bit short. I put a Limbsaver recoil pad on it. Not because of any great recoil but to extend the pull length a good inch. I didn't care much for the trigger. The pull seemed excessive to me and it was "notchy". Replaced it with a CBR from Charlie da tuna and now it's perfect. I try to make a habit of engaging the safety after every shot but wish it had an automatic safety.
    What others should know:Even though I used locktite when I installed the scope, the stop managed to back out resulting in it sliding back after a few hundred rounds. Removed it and reapplied locktite paying attention to getting it on the treads in the scope mount. If it happens again I think I'll drill and tap both the mount and the action for a larger stop. Overall, I'm very pleased with it.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Charles from USA on 2014-08-20
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    Things I liked:Accurate, decent scope with the package, quiet compared to springers I have tried.
    Things I would have changed:As stated before, this stock is a bear for people with small hands when benched. I have had to come up with a completely different hold just to get my finger appropriately onto the trigger face. I have Tiny hands though...
    What others should know:Awesome shooter after 150-200 pellets through it, for me. My NP specifically digests H&N Terminator HP's, putting 5 shots in just under 3/4" @ 25 yards. Took a ground squirrel with this combo at 38 yards on a laser rangefinder. Devastating combo of gun and pellet for Squirrels!

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By John from USA on 2014-08-13
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    Things I liked:This gun shoots accurately and is powerful. I formerly had a Mendoza, a highly priced piece of junk! Metal was not hardened and pieces (e.g., sights) started to fall off from the jarring. The Benjamin is solid as a rock! It is also very quiet - especially considering how powerful it is. You will not be disappointed with this gun for the money!
    Things I would have changed:As many reviewers have already said, the stock is a bit cheap. However, it IS durable. Biggest issue I have is that the safety doesn't engage automatically when it is cocked - instead, you have to do it manually.
    What others should know:The barrel is heavy, but it does help to stabilize when shooting. I popped a varmint instantly at well over a hundred yards!
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    • Ernie Robinson from USA asked:

      Did anyone else find problems with cocking this gun? I encountered a very stiff barrel when cocking for the first time, thinking the gun is new. Due to medical problems I struggled to pull the barrel for a second shot and bent the arm that charges the cylinder rendering the gun useless. Has anyone else had this problem?

      • Stanley from USA:

        The barrel rubs against the stock when new so i made more clearance with a dremel tool. No more rubbing now.

      • Stanley from USA:

        I used motor oil on mine now it is very smooth ( no problems ) easy to cock. Big improvement?

      • Chevota from USA:

        I've taken two of them apart now, neither would cock like you mentioned. The problem is the inside of the piston skirt is scraping the nitro because it is a very tight fit. Fixes would be buttoning the piston or reversing the nitro. I will try both and post results under reviews when I have time. There was no grease in either gun, just a very thin coat of very thin oil, and none between the piston and nitro. If people don't want to return it or take the gun apart they might try greasing that area which is accessible thru the cocking slot if the stock is removed.

      • Chevota from USA:

        I'd say it's defective and return it. Otherwise you could take the gun apart and look for the problem. Friction at the piston skirt can cause that, but usually only in used guns with improper lube, like using silicone.

    • Brian from USA asked:

      Has anyone else had any problems with the scope that comes with this rifle? After 3 months of tryin to site this thing in my scope reticle is "jumping" whenever I try to make adjustments.

      • Stanley from USA:

        I sighted my in 10 rounds seems to work just fine still holding zero , maybe you got a bad one?

      • Chevota from USA:

        If it's under warranty I'd exchange it. If not I'd first try screwing the W/E screws in and out several times to see if it gets better. I'm guessing the ends of the W and/or E screws are rough at the ends. Look into the front of the scope with a flashlight and you can see what I mean. If they're rough and that didn't work you could sand them. Write me at chevota at hotmail for details.

      • Brian from USA:

        The reticle jumps when I adjust the w/e. So how do I fix the problem?

      • Chevota from USA:

        If it jumps while turning the W/E screws then they screws are probably rough on the ends. If it jumps while shooting then you don't have enough spring pressure and you should shim the scope to increase it.

    • David from USA asked:

      What type of lube in cylinder and chamber should be used in theBenjamin NP Limited Edition Air Rifle? Thanks for any help.

      • Edith from USA:

        Crosman recommends using silicone chamber oil (PY-A-311).

      • Chevota from USA:

        I use synthetic motor oil, the weight is up to you but I prefer lighter. Lighter makes more power, heavier last longer. I'd stay away from silicone, which many will argue, but silicone is not a lube for metal and typically costs you power as well.

      • Dan from USA:

        Use py-a-311.

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    Born to hunt but you can also use it for targets, tin cans & more

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