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    Benjamin Trail NP XL Air Rifle

     
    Benjamin Trail NP XL Air Rifle

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    Action kit
    4169
    0.177" (4.5mm)
    Hardwood
    Ambi
    Action kit
    4170
    0.22" (5.5mm)
    Hardwood
    Ambi
    Action kit
    4171
    0.25" (6.35mm)
    Hardwood
    Ambi

    0.25" (6.35mm), 900.0 fps, Hardwood, Ambi, Brown
    900 fps with lead-free pellets, 725 fps with lead pellets. Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 3-9x40AO scope.

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    SKU PY-2052-4171

    $279.99

    List Price $390.00, Orig.Price $329.99 Save $50.00 (15%)

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    • Description
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    The owner's manual states that the .25-caliber rifle delivers 950 fps. That's a misprint. The max is 900 fps.

    • Benjamin Trail NP (Nitro Piston) XL Air Rifle
    • Breakbarrel
    • Gas piston
    • Bull barrel
    • Ambidextrous stock with twin cheekpieces
    • Textured grip & forearm
    • 70% quieter than most other breakbarrels!
    • Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 3-9x40AO scope
    • Sling swivel studs already mounted
    • Hardwood stock
    • 9.70 lbs. with included scope & mount; 8.50 lbs. for just the gun (we've found that the weight can vary as much as 8 oz. due to fluctuations in wood densities)

    The video on this page states it comes with a sling. It does not come with one.

    If you shoot a lightweight pellet so its velocity exceeds the speed of sound, it could result in your pellet breaking the sound barrier and the gun being louder than expected! The speed of sound depends on humidity, temperature and altitude. Generally speaking, it's between 1,060 fps and 1,115 fps.

    Here are the benefits of the Crosman 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


    This Trail NP XL rifle features an ambidextrous hardwood thumbhole stock. In .177 caliber, this rugged breakbarrel boasts an impressive 24 ft-lbs of muzzle energy, providing a velocity up to 1500 fps.
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    0.25" (6.35mm)
    900 fps
    3-Medium
    19.5"
    48.25"
    1
    47 lbs.
    Rifled
    None
    None
    Weaver mounts
    Ventilated rubber
    Small game hunting/plinking
    3.5 lbs
    Breakbarrel
    Manual
    Gas-piston
    Single-shot
    Rifle
    9.7 lbs
    See manual

    other products by Crosman > Benjamin

    Overall rating:3.0 3.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

    Accuracy:3.0 3.0

      By Travis from USA on 2014-10-20
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    Things I liked:Good power and nice scope combo.
    Things I would have changed:Trigger pull is bad and pulls you off target. Only shot crossman premiers to get good groups. JSB don't group well with this gun.
    What others should know:My piston stuck after cocking it for the 20th shot. It went off randomly later that day so still waiting on pyramid air support to get back with me on a replacement gun. It's been about 2 weeks and still waiting for a response.

    Overall rating:2.0 2.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By TheWeekendPlinker from USA on 2014-10-19
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    Things I liked:Power -- from the thump on your shoulder to the smack in your target. Delivers high energy down range. Solid placement from 30 yards. Cocking requires effort, but at 6'2'' 230 lbs...you should be able to manage the 45 lbs pull needed to arm the rifle. My arm got pretty tired after 65-80 rounds back-to-back. Use of a stake will certainly improve shot placement. Great for outdoor shooting because you can see the location of placed shots (i.e. kick up 2-3X more dirt than a 22. caliber air rifle). Impressive penetration power...be careful where you shoot... 25-28 lbs. take-down-power is deadly.
    Things I would have changed:Better factory welding of the weaver rail onto the rifle -- I placed no more than approximately 125 total hunks of lead (H&N Spitzkugel .25 Cal, 24.85 Grains, Pointed) into the rifle. Loved every squeeze. Then during my final shot, the weaver rail snapped cleanly off the back of the rifle. My girlfriend was shooting with me, and I immediately got embarrassed because I thought that I didn't tighten the scope mounts enough. Nope. The break was 100% clean and the scope did a perfect 720-degree snowboarding flip with the weaver rail and fell in the dirt -- indicating a bad wielding job. The bottom of the weaver rail and top of the rifle were smooth to the touch. Crossman seems to have had this issue in the past...from researching the issue, it seems like this was documented 2-3 years back. For this reason, I can only give it two out of five stars because when it worked...it was five stars for the price, hands down. But, given this event...no more than two can be given.
    What others should know:This gun is not a joke, except for the weaver rail. I got the rifle shipped to me on Thursday, and this happened on Sunday...after shooting the rifle no more than two separate occasions -- again, 125 shots total and this happened. Believe that this gun is a beast, and I am very sure that based on a manufacturer's POV, I just got the lemon out of the batch. However, as said before, this has happened a couple years back. To me, I am not sure why this is still occurring because even though I am only spending just about $300 for a rifle, I would expect that it should last for a couple of years. I know Pyramid Air will be able to swap out my gun, but I have to still decided whether I will get a replacement or I will get my money back and put it towards another entry-level break barrel .25. Just a few thoughts from a work-from-home-shoot-on-the-weekends guy. Cheers!

    Overall rating:2.0 2.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By TheWeekendPlinker from USA on 2014-10-19
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    Things I liked:Power -- from the thump on your shoulder to the smack in your target. Delivers high energy down range. Solid placement from 30 yards. Cocking requires effort, but at 6'2'' 230 lbs...you should be able to manage the 45 lbs pull needed to arm the rifle. My arm got pretty tired after 65-80 rounds back-to-back. Use of a stake will certainly improve shot placement. Great for outdoor shooting because you can see the location of placed shots (i.e. kick up 2-3X more dirt than a 22. caliber air rifle). Impressive penetration power...be careful where you shoot... 25-28 lbs. take-down-power is deadly.
    Things I would have changed:Better factory welding of the weaver rail onto the rifle -- I placed no more than approximately 125 total hunks of lead (H&N Spitzkugel .25 Cal, 24.85 Grains, Pointed) into the rifle. Loved every squeeze. Then during my final shot, the weaver rail snapped cleanly off the back of the rifle. My girlfriend was shooting with me, and I immediately got embarrassed because I thought that I didn't tighten the scope mounts enough. Nope. The break was 100% clean and the scope did a perfect 720-degree snowboarding flip with the weaver rail and fell in the dirt -- indicating a bad wielding job. The bottom of the weaver rail and top of the rifle were smooth to the touch. Crossman seems to have had this issue in the past...from researching the issue, it seems like this was documented 2-3 years back. For this reason, I can only give three out of two stars because when it worked...it was five stars for the price, hands down. But, given this event...no more than two can be given.
    What others should know:This gun is not a joke, except for the weaver rail. I got the rifle shipped to me on Thursday, and this happened on Sunday...after shooting the rifle no more than two separate occasions -- again, 125 shots total and this happened. Believe that this gun is a beast, and I am very sure that based on a manufacturer's POV, I just got the lemon out of the batch. However, as said before, this has happened a couple years back. To me, I am not sure why this is still occurring because even though I am only spending just about $300 for a rifle, I would expect that it should last for a couple of years. I know Pyramid Air will be able to swap out my gun, but I have to still decided whether I will get a replacement or I will get my money back and put it towards another entry-level break barrel .25. Just a few thoughts from a work-from-home-shoot-on-the-weekends guy. Cheers!
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    • Gary from USA asked:

      I was considering the Nitro2, but have had bad reviews on it. Any truth to those rumors?

      • Chevota from USA:

        It's true, but people say Crosman fixed the problems. If you want the power they claim you need to stick to this XL because the NP2 cannot deliver, it's closer to a standard Trail in power.

    • Tony from USA asked:

      which is better for coyote hunting, the .22 or the .25?

      • Chevota from USA:

        I'd go with .22, but it's really not powerful enough for that, you should consider a 22LR as minimum (imo). Sure this gun can do it, but the range is very limited and a perfect brain shot is about your only chance. Considering they're difficult to get close to I'd say you'll only maim it. Airguns like this typically lose half their power at 50-60 yards, plus the accuracy is usually not good enough at that range for a brain shot.

    • kurtis from USA asked:

      To those that have choreographed the .22 version of the rifle, how much fps or ft lbs did you get with lead pellets ?

      • Chevota from USA:

        It varies on many factors because they are made in China and inconsistent, but many have posted #'s in the reviews. I'd guess 850 to a max of 900 with the standard 14.35gr pellet. I tuned mine and it shoots the 14.35gr at 940(28ftlbs), and 18.1gr at 830. Not hard to tune them btw, and highly recommended for many reasons, including sparing the scope from breakage.

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    Item DescriptionCaliberMax VelocityMuzzle EnergyItemCodeStockGripColor
    900 fps with lead-free pellets, 725 fps with lead pellets. Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 3-9x40AO scope.

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    0.25" (6.35mm)900 fps30 ft/lbsBenj-BT725WNP [PY-2052-4171]HardwoodAmbiBrown

    $390.00
    $279.99

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