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Benjamin Trail NP2 Air Rifle, Scope, Wood Stock

Benjamin Trail NP2 Air Rifle, Scope, Wood Stock

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  • feature iconNitro Piston 2
  • feature icon2014 Best Seller
  • Benjamin Trail NP2 air rifle
  • Nitro Piston 2 (gas piston)
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • 15.75" barrel (4" shroud makes it look longer)
  • 28 lbs. cocking effort
  • Enhanced 2-stage trigger adjustable for take-up (CBT=Clean Break Trigger)
  • Picatinny optics rail
  • Manual safety
  • Ambidextrous hardwood thumbhole stock
  • Recoil pad
  • Integral sound suppression system
  • 8.3 lbs. (without scope/mount, which will add about 1.5 lbs.)
  • Includes 3-9x32 scope and mount (unmounted)
  • Improvements over the original Nitro Piston and/or most other gas pistons: 10-lb. reduction in cocking effort, 15% faster and double the effective shooting range
  • Assembled in America!

Benefits of the Nitro Piston 2 over a metal mainspring:
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue, even if left cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring



All gas springs (gas pistons, gas rams) are NOT created equal!

The Nitro Piston 2 has it all over the original Nitro Piston and almost every other gas spring on the market. Most gas springs have a reputation of being hard to cock, but the NP2 put an end to that. According to airgun writer Tom Gaylord, it's the easiest-cocking gas piston he's ever shot.

But Crosman didn't stop the improvements there. They also improved the trigger so it feels like it's been tuned! Imagine that: A factory trigger that breaks crisp and clean. It has a significantly lighter trigger-pull, not one of those so-called "lawyer" triggers that requires Herculean strength to shoot.

As long as they were making improvements, Crosman decided to make a better and more effective integral sound suppression system that really is quiet. You'll notice an immediate difference between the report from your Nitro Piston 2 air rifle and the older Nitro Piston guns or other brands.

So, let's add up what you'll get in this great package: Easy cocking, fantastic trigger and less noise. And, it's assembled in Crosman's plant in Bloomfield, New York. While that's almost everything you could ever want, there's one more thing -- and it's really important: Accuracy. When Tom Gaylord tested a Nitro Piston 2 at an industry show, he commented that he hit everything he aimed at. Isn't that what you want to do? We thought so!

The Benjamin Trail NP2 isn't a dream -- it's a dream come true. It's here for you to enjoy, to hit everything you're aiming at, and not strain with each cock and each pull of the trigger. They've put the fun back in airgunning!

If you purchase the .22-caliber rifle, your box may state the wrong velocity with lead pellets.
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0.22" (5.5mm)
1100 fps
2-Low-Medium
15.75"
46.25"
1
28 lbs.
Rifled
None
None
Weaver/Picatinny
Two-stage
Rubber
Small game hunting/plinking
Breakbarrel
Manual
Gas-piston
Single-shot
Rifle
8.3 lbs
See manual

other products by Crosman > Benjamin

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

Accuracy:5.0 5.0

  By paul from USA on 2015-07-16
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Things I liked:Got the .177 and the .22. I have to say, as with any good (I don't have any $1200 break barrels yet), break barrel, you have to wrestle a bit to calm it down...but both these guns are 'Air Rifles' at their finest. They feel right. They carry well in the field. And for me, they hold Zero with a Nikon on the .177 and a Hawke (which I don't usually love, but this one which is a Panorama EV rocks)on the .22. Hunting wise, they do their job. Question is can I do mine? These Benjys make it easier with the right pellets which is a whole other topic.
Things I would have changed:I would've like there to have been a side or bottom rail for lasers etc.
What others should know:My .177 sometimes feels like it's cocked when it isn't yet and it did smack me hard across the face one time. Funny on the Three Stooges but not funny here. On the other hand, it forced me to respect every aspect of this sport with greater concentration and concern for everyone's safety. These are lethal weapons. Speaking of which, by .22 shoot Eun Jin round heads beautifully up to 20 yds. Fun! Great guns! as is said.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

Accuracy:5.0 5.0

  By Art from USA on 2015-07-15
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5.01 rating
 
Things I liked:I have had this rifle now for several months in .22 caliber and have put over several hundred pellets through it. The weight of the rifle is good,In the effort it takes to cock the barrel is not bad at all. The furthest target I have hit with this rifle was at 75 yards using the 18 grain JSB pellets and I shot 3 out of 5 hitting a 6 inch target. 2 of them touched the bullseye. I think this rifle is perfectly adept at hitting targets at about 30 yards or so away with quarter to nickel sized groups. While I'm pretty confident I could hit a target at farther distances, I wouldnt want to risk wounding vs a clean kill at closer ranges. I think that it is accurate enough for consistently Correct shot placement at 30 to 40 yards or less. I found that JSB 18 grain pellets and the Crossman premier domed and hollow point gave the best accuracy. This is a much nicer and more powerful pellet rifle than my Benjamin pump rifle I owned as a teenager, and I have dispatched Nutria, ground squirrels
Things I would have changed:It would have been nice to have some checkering on the stock for gripping.
What others should know:It seems like it took me forever to get the scope zeroed in properly on this rifle. I first changed out the scope to a 4x, but realized the rifle needed more magnification, so I switched to a BSA sweet .22 scope 4-12. This rifle is absolutely backyard friendly and won't disturb neighbors.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:4.0 4.0

Accuracy:4.0 4.0

  By Gerald from USA on 2014-11-23
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5.01 rating
 
Things I liked:Right out of the box I thought that that the stock was too short but it is a very good fit for my average size. I found the trigger to be smooth and not as heavy as I expected. This allows it to shoot well. The noise dampening on this gun is quite impressive. I can hear the pellet hitting the target.
Things I would have changed:I would like the option to have open sites also.
What others should know:My rifle is in .22 caliber and I am yet to find alloy pellets at a store in this caliber.
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  • joe from USA asked:

    crazy recoil cant find one that wont fail.Leapers UTG 3-12x44 AO Rifle Scope, EZ-TAP, Ill. Mil-Dot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 30mm Tube, Weaver Rings Hawke Optics 2.5-10x44 AO Varmint Rifle Scope, 1/2 Mil-Dot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube a leupold rifleman and a bushnell retical split in half if you have put more than 1000 rounds with 1 scope on this gun please let me know what it is because im killing scopes left and right

    • Chevota from USA:

      I would replace the main seal and be sure the breech seal isn't leaking. Leaks break scopes. Why is too much to get into here, but chevota at hotmail if you want info.

    • Jerry from USA:

      Look for something in the Hawke or leapers line with an "etched glass" reticle

  • Sebastian from USA asked:

    If I return the rifle like they're asking me to do, suppose I asked for the same rifle as a replacement, wouldn't I still have the same problems that this model has or have they addressed the issues (cracked weaver rail). I really like the rifle, until it broke.

    • Chevota from USA:

      I think Crosman learned their lesson and have fixed them, but I wouldn't bet $ on it. I do however bet $ on them exchanging the next one if it does fail.

  • Sebastian from USA asked:

    Weren't they advertising that it only needed 10 lbs of cocking effort? 28 lbs is nearly 3 times as much..

    • Chevota from USA:

      They said 10 less yet it's exactly the same as my Trail. I suppose the 28 could be a typo, but I seriously doubt it.

    • Joel from USA:

      They said 10lb less cocking force required.

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Item DescriptionCaliberMax VelocityMuzzle EnergyItemCodeStockGripColor
Benjamin Trail NP2 with 3-9x32 AO scope
900 fps/lead pellets
1,100 fps/alloy pellets
Included: 3-9x32 scope and mount (unmounted)
0.22" (5.5mm)1100 fps26 ft/lbsBJ-BTN292WX [PY-3368-6474]HardwoodAmbiBrown

$295.95
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