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Benjamin Trail NP Air Pistol

Benjamin Trail NP Air Pistol

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SKU PY-2723-5347

$69.99

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  • Benjamin Trail NP air pistol
  • Nitro Piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • 19.5" long with muzzlebrake; 16" long without muzzlebrake
  • 25 lbs. cocking effort
  • 7-lb. trigger-pull
  • Fixed fiber optic front sight
  • Fully adjustable fiber optic rear sight
  • Textured, ambidextrous grip
  • 11mm optics dovetail
  • Manual safety
  • Includes cocking aid

Here are the benefits of the 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


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!
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0.177" (4.5mm)
625 fps
3-Medium
16.0"
1
25 lbs.
Rifled
Fiber Optic
Adjustable for windage and elevation
11mm dovetail
None
Plinking/Fun
7.0 lbs
Breakbarrel
Manual
Gas-piston
Single-shot
3.43 lbs
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other products by Crosman > Benjamin

Overall rating:1.0 1.0

Value for money:1.0 1.0

Accuracy:1.0 1.0

  By J. from USA on 2015-07-02
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Things I liked:size - nitro piston
Things I would have changed:sights are very bad, inconsistent power from nitro piston ? ? (defective ?), inability to consistently hit a 5" circle at 50'
What others should know:I have shot benjamin pistols for years and thought their quality to be outstanding until I purchased this one. It looks good, but dose not live up to its name and is not worth the price as has lost quality, accuracy, and workmanship.

Overall rating:3.0 3.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

Accuracy:1.0 1.0

  By clifford from USA on 2015-03-09
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Things I liked:The power is awesome
Things I would have changed:better sights
What others should know:This pistol shoots extremely low, even with the rear sight adjusted to the max

Overall rating:3.0 3.0

Value for money:4.0 4.0

Accuracy:2.0 2.0

  By Joseph from USA on 2015-02-08
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5.01 rating
 
Things I liked:Nitro Piston, sounds like a loud stapler
Things I would have changed:Bad barrel droop results in air leakage, sights are pretty bad, trigger is a mile ling and pretty heavy.
What others should know:If you're new to break barrel air rifles/pistols, you may have yet to be acquainted with barrel droop. This is when the 'lock' of the barrel isn't strong or the surfaces don't line up perfectly, causing the barrel to 'droop' (hence the term). The first shots I took with this pistol bounced of a cardboard box and then a beer can. About 15 shots in I adjusted my hold and got a good purchase on the barrel. (with piston and especially springer air guns you need to be consistent in your hold- it will affect POI in a big way). Something was different, because the pellet tore through the cardboard box and planted itself ha;f way into the plywood behind. The hold I changed to had an upward pressure on the barrel, which stopped the droop from happening as the gun fired. No air leaked, and the full load of air propelled the pellet. Chrony findings with Crosman premier ultra mags 10.5grn: -Holding barrel, 10 shot string averaged 424.5fps -Not holding barrel, 10 shot string averaged 121.8fps
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  • Jordan from USA asked:

    For hunting small game would it be safe to assume that one would need to use a middle-grain pellet? As in 7-8 grains. Not the lower or higher side? Please I'd like to know what hits the hardest but is still accurate. I am using alloy pellets and they seem to not penetrate. It can't penetrate a pan probably 1/16" thick maybe 1/8" please let me know. thanks!!

    • dave from USA:

      This gun cannot hit hard, 4.9fpe is the highest I’ve seen out of it with H@N Match Pistol… I’ve used crosman penetrators(average about 640fps) to take out a few squirrels with heart and lung shots at no further than 15 feet, at any greater distance the pellet is just going to embed itself in the hide or bounce off. You really have to be able to hit the soft areas near the vitals, and at close range or you might as well be using a slingshot.

    • Joachim from USA:

      use this: http://www.pyramydair.com/s/p/RWS_Superpoint_Extra_177_Cal_8_2_Grains_Pointed_500ct/230 You should use a rifle, but if shooting a rat at 1-2 m range this would do well imo.

    • Tyler from USA:

      I wouldn't recommend this pistol for small game.

  • Barton from USA asked:

    Does this nitro piston -- which I assume is much like a nitrogen-filled shock absorber with a one-way valve of 25 lbs resistance at the lever (the lever being the break-barrel) ever have to be recharged?

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      No, it is a sealed unit.

  • Brian from USA asked:

    Has ANYONE been able to sight in a benji trail np pistol usin the "iron" sights? WITHOUT havin to take the adjustment screw all the way out?

    • dave from USA:

      My solution was to pull the factory sights (front and back), put an archer airguns compensator on the barrel, and machine it and the barrel assembly to accept a truglo ghost ring set (machining in this case is just a matter of drilling eight small holes).

    • Erika from USA:

      We have not had feedback either way

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Breakbarrel pistol with Nitro Piston powerplant

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