1-year limited warranty
Earn 73 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $90.00 Save $17.05 (18%)
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Here are the benefits of the Nitro Piston:
The Crosman Nitro Piston Technology has proven itself in rifles and now it's showing up in air pistols. This pistol will have you plinking and target shooting all day long. Shoot at spinners, pop paper targets and blast away at tin cans. You have hours of endless shootin' fun ahead of you. Nothing much needed for this gun...just add pellets and you're good to go!
|Max Velocity||625 fps|
|Cocking Effort||25 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||7.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: gas piston
Things I would have changed: move handle closer to middle of body for better balance.
What others should know: Dirt-cheap, highly desirable addition without modifying gun! You can use 2 hose clamps and a custom-cut sheet of plywood to made a stock. The flat sides of the pistol make clamping a stock onto the side of the gun very easy and secure. Put 1 hose clamp just behind the cocking hinge and the other at the very end of the body, just behind the sights. Using a stock allows you to remove the sight and attach a cheap rifle scope, instead of having to use a long-eye-relief, and expensive pistol scope. Use of a stock transforms this heavy, awkward handling gun into a handy little carbine that is easy to aim accurately.
Things I liked: Good gun for the money. Decent accuracy with the stock sights. Cocks fairly easy. Lots of fun to shoot.
Things I would have changed: Better sights. The rear sight windage adjustment had to be maxed out to the right to get it zeroed in. Should be much better with red dot scope.
What others should know: This is a plinker that is great fun to shoot out to 15 yrds. At around 480-500 fps it dosnt penetrate enough to be used for pest control. Be prepared to put some kind of optics on it because the sights are less then optimal although I might have gotten a bad one.
Things I liked: My first pellet pistols have "settled out" to be a winner! Out of the box with windage dead even and elevation at zero, was hitting around my POI with an occasional flyer. Break-in time was quick (100 rounds) with almost zero dieseling and very little smoke. This pistol was peaking close to 560fps with my Benjie 7.9g HP's and after break in (about 150 rounds), leveled out with 5-group averages of 540fps! My last 5-shot group was a descent 1" grouping (still using the iron sights). I then installed a RR red\green dot reflex scope and was able to get sighted in to punching 1\2" bulls eye POI targets at 10yds. This .177 shoots quietly, just 75db 6" down from the muzzle and measured at ear level (all indoors), but I usually use hearing protection anyway. The trigger measures the rated 7# and has been consistent with a steady even pull and break. Still have maximum elevation travel for any longer distance adjustments. If you get a good one, it's an Accurate and Fun Shooter!
Things I would have changed: Reduce the trigger weight of 7# and 1" pull before sear break...by 50%.
What others should know: Caution: My 1st Trail NP had a front sight 3.8 degree cant to the right and the 2nd pistol a 1.8 degree cant to the right. This caused far right windage adjustments and bottomed out Elevation adjustments just to get a consistent POI at 10 yds (after 250 round break-in periods)! My 3rd Trail NP is the Charm. After 100 rounds of break-in activity, still have on the iron sights windage dead center and elevation all the way down for consistent hand-held bulls eye POI hits!
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Does this take any copperhead or daisy bbs?
Its a pellet gun.
No bb's are just a little smaller and would out of the barrel.
Does anyone know of a holster for this gun?
No haven't heard of one ?
Has anyone made their own custom shoulder stock mod for this Benjamin trail np air pistol?
I'm working on one now just for fun.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|