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List Price $199.99, Orig.Price $149.99 Save $20.00 (13%)
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Earn 130 Bullseye Bucks
*Your rifle may be marked GP or NP.
Benefits of the Nitro Piston compared to a metal mainspring:
Click on the ammo link for recommended pellets & the accessories link for safety glasses, targets & more.
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.
|Max Velocity||950 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||21 ft/lbs|
|Cocking Effort||31 lbs.|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||4.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: I love everything about this gun at its price range!
Things I would have changed: It's perfect.
What others should know: For the price you can't ask for more. Benjamin took the Crossman Vantage added their own custom stock and sound dampener. This gun is almost 2 lbs. lighter, one and 1/2 in. shorter, a bit quieter and a hole lot easier to hold and steady. A rock solid value!
Things I liked: Love the feel of this gun, definitely has a very nice finish to it. It is well built. Once broken in it shoots consistently as long as you for sure have the scope set up properly (the scope that comes with the gun is not great). I'm able to kill squirrels very easily in my yard and my back fence is about 35 yards.
Things I would have changed: The gun is great but the scope that comes with the gun is by far the weak spot of this setup. If it came with a slightly better scope it would greatly improve the deal. I've fought and fought with the scope and it just isn't great. I'll definitely be changing the scope at some point in the future for a better one...
What others should know: Don't get too frustrated with the setup. Be patient and get through the break in period. Expect to have to play with the scope a lot during the break in period but be patient. You'll also have to snug up the scope mounts from time to time.
Things I liked: Nice feel, looks good, accurate after swapping out the scope. I sighted in at 40 yrds, I can cover a 2" bulls eye all day with hollow points and wad cutters. Trigger is easily adjustable.
Things I would have changed: All reviews say the scope isn't any good, it's not. It should be left off and let the buyer get a good one from the start. The rifle is a little heavy almost as heavy as my 30-06 but that gives me a better feel for when I do shoot the 30-06. The trigger pull needs to come lighter, it's way too heavy of a pull but easy to adjust. The stock is a little short.
What others should know: All in all it's a nice rifle. I'm 6' tall, 210lb's. The stock is a little short but it's fine. After putting on a new scope I can hit the bulls eye all day at 40 yrds and bury the shot about 1/4" in a sheet of ply. My wife has a hard time cocking it. It's a little louder than expected but still no problem. It took about 100 rounds before the accuracy came, the barrel either got cleaner or I learned the rifle a little better. For the money it's nice, a lot of fun to shoot. Definitely not a toy.
I bought the Crosman Shockwave and returned it for this one, Like the stock alot better but the Shockwave seemed like it was more powerful and I was under the impression they shared the exact same powerplant! Is there a difference? Im lost on an explanation!
They are the same gun except for the stock and open sights. Power and accuracy can be all over the place gun to gun so you're not crazy. Power loss can be a variety of and combination of things, but first I'd look at is the gas spring which I haven't had good luck with at all. You can estimate the condition of yours by measuring the cocking effort, which should be ~32lbs at peak. Most people use a bathroom scale but they're too inaccurate at low weights. I use a cheap $6 luggage scale from ebay. I tie cord 1" back from the muzzle and measure from that cord. Main seal and breech seal leakage are another, as are bore and transfer port quality. You can email me at chevota at hotmail and I'll send a ton of details on what you can do to get the most from the gun using basic tools and very little to no cost. That goes for anyone...
what pellets group the best with the .22 version? crosman ultra magnum domes seem to go all over the place, whereas rws pointed seem a lot tighter but still not as tight as i'd like.
Generally the Crosman Premier round nose work very well. My fave is JSB round nose, and in that gun I use the 14.3gr. It could be the barrel is fubar, but may be the scope has parallax at your range, or the scopes erector tube is moving. Lots of other stuff can cause issues, a biggie is the shooter and/or what the gun rests on. Sometimes these issues work better or worse with certain pellets, sometimes it's just a mystery. My email is in the re above, which covers all that stuff if you want it.
Can I put the weaver sling mount on my Benjamin suppressor to use with the sling?
The beat way imo is to check out the sling mount on the older Trail Hardwood or Trail All Weather. You can buy that and mod your barrel block to accept it, or just buy a Trail barrel which I prefer since it's a suppressor barrel and quieter. See my email above if you want details, like the part # etc.
|Max Velocity||950 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||21 ft/lbs|