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Benjamin Titan GP Nitro Piston Air Rifle

Benjamin Titan GP Nitro Piston Air Rifle
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    Nitro Piston powerplant
  • Benjamin Titan GP* air rifle
  • Breakbarrel
  • Gas-piston
  • 11mm scope dovetail (no open sights)
  • Ambidextrous, ergonomic thumbhole stock
  • Dual raised cheekpieces
  • Muzzlebrake for added leverage
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • 6.75 lbs. (without scope & mount)
  • Reduced vibration due to the gas piston
  • Much quieter than other breakbarrels
  • Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 4x32 scope & mount (no open sights)

*Your rifle may be marked GP or NP.

Benefits of the Nitro Piston compared to a metal mainspring:

  • 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

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This is the future of spring guns -- the gas-piston powerplant. To find a breakbarrel that shoots this smooth, you'd pay a lot more. The Benjamin Titan GP air gun is a bargain in every sense of the word. All you have to do is add pellets, and you're ready to start shooting.

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1200 fps
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length15.0"
Overall Length43.5"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort31 lbs.
BarrelRifled
Front SightNone
Rear SightNone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateVentilated rubber
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Trigger Pull4.5 lbs
ActionBreakbarrel
SafetyManual
PowerplantGas-piston
FunctionSingle-shot
Body TypeRifle
Weight6.75 lbs
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By Donald from USA on 2015-12-23
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Things I liked: This rifle fits up really nice. It looks sensational. I have had a lot of looks from my friends. The wood is very nice for the cost of the rifle. And the accuracy is excellent.

Things I would have changed: Trigger is a little heavy but does not hinder shooting. Scope is really limited but is quite usable for closer shooting.

What others should know: This thing is a tack driver. After adjusting the scope for about 30 minutes I was getting quarter size groups from 70 feet. Not too shabby. With a better scope no telling what you could get.

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By Bert from USA on 2015-12-16
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Things I liked: The stock felt good but looks like doggie-dodo. The finish is smooth but I do plan to remove it, stain the stock, and refinish.

Things I would have changed: I replaced the scope with a cheap scope from B&L that was much clearer. the grooves on the rifle are not very deep and the original mounting fell off during the first 100 rounds. When I remounted it, I thoroughly tightened the mounting screws and it has worked fine since, I was worried about stripping the threads when I tightened them the second time.

What others should know: I was warned that it would probably take 500 rds. to 'break-in', and settle-in the group. I was wrong; it took over 700rds. I was going to return it, but I couldn't get thru (XMAS) to get an Return Number, so I continued top shoot it and it finally settled in fine (though I still get an occasional flyer (now at about 1000 rds). The trigger reminds me of the BB gun I had when I was a boy. Once the slack is taken up, it is a heavy and not-smooth pull until it finally goes off. From the description of the Titan 2, the trigger alone justifies the increase in price. Now with over 1000 rds, I am pleased with the rifle and plan to keep it, though I will research a trigger replacement

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By Donald from USA on 2015-12-11
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Things I liked: Beautiful rifle! Easy to shoulder and point, aim and shoot.

Things I would have changed: Scope is not that great but not all that bad. It works. Trigger is pretty stiff will be adjusting it.

What others should know: Out of the box, mounted scope and first shot was way low. But after 30 min. of pleasurable adjusting the rifle now shoots Quarter size grouping at 70 feet! Excellent!

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  • Paul from USA asked:

    Can this gun shoot quarter size groupings at 20, 30 and 40 meters? If not what can one expect at these distances.

    • Dan from USA:

      Mine will do that on a windy day at 20 with H&N FTT, and sometimes under a dime when it's calm. I haven't put it on paper farther than that.

  • Alvaro from USA asked:

    what scope would you recommend for this rifle considering that is for field target?

    • Mason from USA asked:

      could a 10 year old shoot it?

      • Chevota from USA:

        It may be a bit heavy and hard to cock for a 10yr old. Many of the Gamo guns have barrels that are mostly plastic which shave off a lot of weight, especially off the front which helps a lot. And the coil spring versions of either mfg are adjustable if you're willing to take it apart. I have one that only takes 12lbs to cock. A Gamo Hornet is a good example and they're usually cheaper. If you want a nitro gun then you can get this Titan and buy the lighter nitro spring which should reduce cocking to 20lbs. The lighter nitro is $26 from Crosman. chevota at hotmail if you need details on how.

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    Item Description

    In stockBenj-BW1K77NP [PY-2603-5329]
    1,200 fps with alloy pellets, 1,000 fps with lead pellets
    Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
    Max Velocity1200 fps
    Muzzle Energy18 ft/lbs
    StockHardwood
    GripAmbi
    ColorBrown

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