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    Benjamin NP Limited Edition Air Rifle

      Benjamin NP Limited Edition Air RifleBenjamin NP Limited Edition Air Rifle. Air rifles. * Benjamin NP Limited Edition air rifle * Crosman Nitro Piston * Breakbarrel * Single-shot * Rifled steel bul...
    Benjamin NP Limited Edition Air Rifle

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    SKU PY-3352-6443


    List Price $320.00, Orig.Price $249.99 Save $70.00 (28%)

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    0.22" (5.5mm)
    1000 fps
    28 lbs.
    11mm dovetail
    Ventilated rubber
    Small game hunting/plinking
    3.5 lbs
    Gas piston
    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:4 4.0

    Value for money:5 5.0

    Accuracy:5 5.0

      By Lynn from USA on 2014-04-14
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    Things I liked:very accuracy
    Things I would have changed:put a check rest on stock
    What others should know: the scope they send with it isn't very good

    Overall rating:4 4.0

    Value for money:4 4.0

    Accuracy:4 4.0

      By John from USA on 2014-04-13
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    Things I liked:I have approximately 500 rounds through this gun, it has smoothed up appreciably, and I am going to say that I think that this a very good value. In my estimation it is quieter, and does cock a bit easier than a standard spring piston gun. Most of my shooting is casual plinking and I find the gun to more than accurate enough for that type of shooting. The gun is a good weight for field carry, I like the all weather stock for that reason as well. The scope and mount that ship with the gun are very nice, very clear optics and a real spring/air gun mount. I would highly recommend this gun to anyone who wants to experience the gas spring technology.
    Things I would have changed:The trigger on this gun could stand a bit more adjustment, with the adjusting screw bottomed out the trigger is still a little heavy.
    What others should know:My bottom line is that this is a great combination, if the trigger was a bit better, my over all and accuracy ratings would have been 5 stars.

    Overall rating:5 5.0

    Value for money:5 5.0

    Accuracy:5 5.0

      By airgun collector from USA on 2014-04-04
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    Things I liked:Power, accuracy, weight, relative easy cocking, scope.
    Things I would have changed:I would have preferred the Nitro Venom Dusk stock because of the high cheek rest but this stock works for me. Other than that, absolutely nothing.
    What others should know:This gun and scope combination work well together. It did not take long to site in the scope even from a standing position. Once it is sighted in it was hard to miss the center of the target at my limited indoor range of 25 feet. Will see how it performs outside at longer distances. I love the gun and I think you will too.
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    • 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.

      • Sebastian from USA asked:

        Can anyone tell me the barrel diameter(9mm/11mm), please? Im looking to buy a bipod for this rifle. Only a clamp on bipod will work but the all have different sizes of barrels they fit on. And on a side note i do not plan on drilling any holes in my stock for a rail, no way.

        • alison from USA asked:

          My question is since this is the NPS, which is .177, but this one has the .22 barrel... does this one have the same size transfer port as for the .177? Has anyone checked that out and anyone open up the port and results?

          • paul from USA asked:

            what is the accurate range I can expect with still some kick to it on the NP limited edition

            • Val from USA:

              All depends on what you mean by kick. You can hunt small game up to 30-35 yards, probably.

          • Robert from USA asked:

            I relatively new at air gun terminology! Could you please tell me what the difference is between a nitro piston rifle and a spring rifle?

            • Sebastian from USA:

              Plus the Nitro Piston is quieter, has less recoil and its easy to cock(comparing to all the springers ive shot). And we havent even seen what all the "Nitro Piston 2" has in store for us. On a side note, you can leave the Nitro Piston cocked and loaded for a long time and it won't mess up like a springer would. Not that i recommend you do that. However, i do on occasion leave this beauty by my door when i hear the squirrels gnawing away at my roof, its ready to go, safety on ofcorse.

            • alison from USA:

              Robert, a Nitro Piston is a gas powered piston that works by compressing the nitrogen gas in its contained reservoir in the piston. A coiled steel spring is the traditional way to power the piston in spring guns, but steel springs have many disadvantages, when cold they don't want to move and they wear out and lose power. A gas Nitro Piston will work the same in any temperature because the characteristics of nitrogen gas compressing is unaffected by temperature. They also won't wear out because the gas compresses and expands identically, forever! Hope this helps.

          • gary from USA asked:

            My "Trail" is so heavey it's only for rest shooting. Less than 7# is good however I will NEVER buy another springer without "Weaver" rails. Dovetails s--k> My"Camo's" prove that. Never buy a springer with dovetails. Stop pins or what ever. Even if they say they will mount your scope for you. Five (5) shots and my so called checked-out scope, oh yea 10 for 10 also , almost gave me a black eye as it blew the rear end off the gun. No MORE dovetails on springers! i'm calling for a boycott.

            • alison from USA:

              The UTG DTP (dovetail to piccatiny) adapters are a great solution to this, they grip incredibly, don't raise the scope and are really affordable. I got two sets so I could fill the bottom of a one piece mount. I wouldn't give them up for nothing, and will be ordering more.

            • davd from USA:

              remember, keep your eye 3-4 inches from the eyepiece or you may get " scoped" ouch! btw make certain all hardware is properly secured.

          • Ore from USA asked:

            Would you recommend this one or the Hatsan 95?

            • Val from USA:

              This one, it comes with a gas spring

          • sean from USA asked:

            how heavy is the trigger pull

            • Val from USA:

              3.5 lbs

          • Donald from USA asked:

            I have been searching for a video online of the Benjamin NP limited edition .22 cal., and can't even find another source of the limited edition. I find the trail model with wood stock, and even an all weather one, but it has an ergonomic shaped stock. I cant even find the company. All I get is crossman in New York. Are there any videos of this model in operation ? Is this model made specifically for Pyramid air, or what ? I was looking for another air rifle to expand to another, lighter, larger cal. air rifle for hunting small game, other than my gamo socom extreme .177. This seams to fit the bill. I am thinking of also purchasing your JSB match diabolo.22 cal. 18.13 grain, is this the prefered pellet for this firearm ? I am prior military, and have a wide range of weapons, but I'm fairly new to air rifles, other than my bb guns as a kid 40 years ago. I could use any help you can offer ?! Until then, I will leave these items in my cart, on hold. Thanks.

            • alison from USA:

              Sorry to have to correct this, but the Benjamin NP is not a firearm, it is a gas spring powered pellet rifle. There is no way for it to fire live powder ammunition. That being said it is still not a toy, unsafe operation can cause injury or death, shoot safe.

            • davd from USA:

              I own a trail np, titan np, rws compact pro in .22, also have a benji disco(.22). I shoot jsb 18.13 in all, great pellets. Checkout the H&N 16 gr. field trophy(domed) pellets, they shoot pretty decent also. Break in new rifle with crosman 14.3 gr to save money,300-500 shots. Clean barrel and action from get go and you should be fine.

            • Val from USA:

              Pyramyd Air did buy most of this production run (only 1000 or so rifles were made). The action is based on Benjamin NPS, lighter stock though saves you a 0.5lbs of weight or so.

          • james from USA asked:

            How long is the barrel & how long is the gun

            • Val from USA:

              gun is 44" long, barrel is being measured

          • Renee from USA asked:

            So how much does it weigh with scope and without?

            • Robert from USA:

              The guns vary a bit but should weigh 6.5lbs, plus 21oz for scope and mount. So ~7lbs 13oz complete?

          • donald from USA asked:

            What is the weight is #1? And is the FPS with lead or PBA ammo??

            • Robert from USA:

              Fps will be just like an NPSS, Trail, or other similar guns so about 700fps with 14.3gr Crosman Premier pellets, but can fluctuate +-50 or so fps. An alloy Gamo Raptor will be about 200 higher. The guns vary quiet a bit so hard to say. For weight see my post above.

            • Val from USA:

              6.25 lbs, 1000 FPS with lead-free ammo

          • Joe from USA asked:

            Same ??? What does it weigh?

            • Steve from USA asked:

              Where is Benjamin NP Limited Edition rifle made?

              • Val from USA:

                assembled in Rochester NY

            • charles from USA asked:

              As there is no customer reviews, sales dept., should answer the question:: What is the weight.?

              • Val from USA:

                6.25 lbs

            • charles from USA asked:

              what is the weight?

              • Erik from USA asked:

                What is the coking effort?

                • Robert from USA:

                  It's just like Trail or NPS depending on the gun this is based on, which means 28-30lbs at peak.

                • Val from USA:

                  answers are coming on Friday (Jan 24). Give it a day please!

                • Ernest from USA:

                  to Erik sales can't answer

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

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