Date: 16/10/2018 0:42
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Customers Q&A on Crosman NP214-001 Trail Baffle

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  • Alex from USA asked:

    is the thread..... 1/2 x 28?,,,,.........1/2 x 20?.....?? alex

    • Chevota from USA:

      1/2-20. I posted all the specs in a re: further down

  • Joseph from USA asked:

    What is the length and diameter of the cross an np214-001 trail baffle

    • Chevota from USA:

      Specs in an re: further down

  • Sub1imeManiac from USA asked:

    will this fit the benjamin trail np xl in .25 cal.

    • Chevota from USA:

      No, it takes a very different baffle, if you can call it a baffle. The XL version is much shorter, the OD is smaller and threads are M12x1. Since the NP2 baffle is plastic you can simply force thread it on the XL, but you'll also need a larger dia shroud tube. The XL and NP2 tubes are both ~14.5" long, but since the NP2 baffle is ~4" longer you'll need to put a spacer on the aft end behind the tapered piece. Not sure if the NP2 tapered piece fits the XL barrel, but if not it'll be close so minimal work needed to make it fit. So order the NP2 baffle, tube and taper, the rest is up to you. I don't know how much quieter it'll be but I don't expect it to be by much, especially in a .25 gun. I just mod the XL baffle to work better, and tune the gun which prolly makes more of a difference. Tuning will also net you more power, smoother firing, better accuracy and longer scope life. It isn't hard since the XL doesn't need a spring compressor. I can send the how-to info if you/anyone wants; chevota at hotmail

  • DrJones from USA asked:

    Could I drill this out so i can use it for a .357cal ??? I can figure a way to attach it and shroud It no prob, but i need to know if theres enough room for me to drill and open up the center enough to fire .357cal Benjamin nosler bullets out of my bulldog thru it??? HELP! lol

    • Chevota from USA:

      It certainly can be bored out which wouldn't be much since it's already .325", but it's also small for a gun of that power. I like super quiet so if I were to go thru the trouble I'd improvise something bigger, like a fat version of the Marauder baffle assy. I'm picturing at least 1.5" OD but maybe even 2". Length depends on how quiet you want it. Maintain the shroud function it already has, of course. A Marauder setup would be much better than the NP2 baffle, but also small; .773" OD w/ a .320" hole. The shroud is .880" OD. The baffles are better but the real gain is you can make it as long as you want since the baffles are individual, they stack. Fyi it's technically a felony to make one unless you do the BATF paperwork and tax, so using the oem Mrod setup is no doubt safer. Good luck with it!

    • Jason from USA:

      Yes there is , but go on geek I found a air force can that has a baffle insert that might be better for you this is not made for 9 mm pellets don't think it will make any difference

  • Marco from USA asked:

    will this fit Benjamin XL 1100 air rifle

    • Chevota from USA:

      No, but see my answer a couple posts above to the similar question

  • Marco from USA asked:

    How long is it?

    • Chevota from USA:

      OAL ~5.58", or 142mm Body OD is .895" +-.005 (meant to fit in a tube that's 1" OD and .050" wall) The very end is 1" OD to match the tube Threads are 1/2-20 and ~1/2" long The holes are .325" so not ideal but you can improvise to better match your caliber. If anyone is wondering the older Trails or any suppressed B18 type Crosman have a smaller OD tube and their threads are M12x1.0. It seems to be fiberglass reinforced plastic so it's fairly strong, and a little flexible but not brittle. It should work nicely on PCP, CO2 and pneumatic guns, especially if used with the shroud so you net some volume, and ideally make the holes smaller.

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