Date: 24/8/2019 1:49

Customers Q&A on Benjamin Summit NP2 Air Rifle


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  • Ronald from USA asked:

    What is the difference between the summit and the trail or even golden shockey editions are the internals and barrel the same

    • John from USA:

      The differences are mostly visual, I believe the NP2 power plant is the same, being that they are the same in fps. Which one you choose would be personal preference. Get a chronograph. Woodys World.

  • Sam from USA asked:

    I cannot zero the scope because I ran out left adjustment in scope dial. Does anyone have a suggestion?

    • John from USA:

      Your problem appears to be in the assembly and mounting of the scope. Run the scope dial all way out to the right. Do the elevation dial the same. Take the scope off, separate the rings, examine every piece carefully in close detail. Reassemble the scope rings on the scope tube, mount onto the rail. Move the dials half way back to the center positions. Begin shooting at a large box with a target attached, from 15 feet away. Check point of aim against point of impact. Make adjustments to both dials according to aim and impact points. Move further back from the box, if your impact shots are hitting the bos, continue until you have reached a desired distance you want the air rifle cited in. Use of a .22 caliber, 14.3 grain pellet or .177 caliber, 10.5 grain pellet. Do not start with a pellet too heavy. Woodys World.

    • Stanley from USA:

      Or upgrade to a better scope ? either or ?.

    • Brad from USA:

      Get a drooper weaver mount from UTG

  • Brian from USA asked:

    I bought this gun in December, and I love the gun but hate the scope. I've put 500 rounds of pellets through it and can't get it to zero past 15 yards. I can get a half inch groups at 15 yards, but when I go to 25 I can't hit the target. And yes I use a table and gunrest.

    • John from USA:

      You have to zero/site it in for 25 yards. Big difference between 15 and 25 yards. I have mine zeroed at 80 measured feet. I am able to hit anything from 70-95 feet. Closer or further away I make my sight adjustments using the scopes mil-dots. At 120 feet I use 1 mil-dot elevation adjustment. I zero/ sight mine in using .22 Premier Ultra Magnum 14.3 grain pellets. Different pellets and weights may require rezeroing or sighting.

    • Stanley from USA:

      Combo / scope packages rarely work out . Upgrade ?.

  • Peter from USA asked:

    Are the heavy pellets such as Eun Jin 28 gr. and JSB Monster recommended for hunting with Summit NP2? What is the average FPS with heavy pellet? Thanks.

    • Peter from USA asked:

      How often do I need to lube the Summit NP2? Do I use Pellgunoil for the job?

      • John from USA:

        ONLY use Crosman Silicone Chamber Oil for Breakbarrels and PCP Air Rifles. I use it every 6-12 months, one or two drops in to the chamber.

      • John from USA:

        Only use Crosman Silicone Chamber Oil. It is made for all breakbarrel and PCP Air Rifles. Use one, no more than two drops, at most. Put it into the chamber that leads to the piston, not in the barrel. I lube mine once every 6 -12 months.

    • Marsha from USA asked:

      Do the new Benjamin NP 2 have automatic safety? Also which is easier to cock (for a woman) Benjamin Np or Stoeger? Thanks, Marsha

      • John from USA:

        The Benjamin Summit NP2 is a comfortable, easy, and accurate rifle to shoot

      • Chevota from USA:

        No auto safety. I assume you mean the Stoeger X20S, which may be a little harder to cock. The X20S is also lighter and less powerful. Both guns can be made to be easier to cock by reducing power. Most don't want to do that but it make the gun quieter and smoother to shoot. The NP2 has an available lighter gas spring (~$8) which should make it 30-40% easier to cock, The X20S is more easily adjustable and can be set anywhere from oem to about half power for basically free. With both guns the power drop more or less matches the reduction in cocking effort. There is likely very little info on that online so if you need you can write me; chevota at hotmail, but know it requires taking the gun apart and either replacing a part (NP2) or modifying parts (X20S).

    • Kevin from USA asked:

      Trying to decide between the Benjamin Summit and the Stoeger X20S2? Need something super quiet, accurate and dependable? Also considering the Ruger Black Hawk? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

      • Douglas from USA:

        The Stoeger has 5/6 less FPE than the Summit, it's also 4 or 5 dB louder, and weights almost a pound more. Its about as accurate and costs about as much. Your call.

      • Matthew from USA:

        Summit and X20 are equal in suppression, Summit is the better rifle

    • Matthew from USA asked:

      Is the butt plate removable?

      • Ikran from USA asked:

        Is it brend new for the price of 150

        • Stanley from USA:

          Yes unless it says refurbished , then open box or slight use?

      • james from USA asked:

        is this gun made in U.S.A ???

        • Stanley from USA:

          Assembled in america with globally sourced parts.

      • Shelby from USA asked:

        Will this fit the gun and scope? B-Square 10101 1" Interlock Adjustable Rings, 11m...

        • Mark from USA:

          Not if they are for 11mm grooved receivers. This rifle has a Weaver/Picatinny rail built on.

      • frank from Thailand asked:

        You also have the Benjamin Summit N2 in cal .22

        • Chevota from USA:

          If that is a question the answer is; yes. If a statement the answer is; we know.

      • frank from Thailand asked:

        Do you have the Benjamin summit np also in .22 ?

        • Sean from USA:

          I agree, this gun has plenty of power to project a higher caliber pellet. Get the .22

        • tim from USA:

          yes. in my opinion, the .22 caliber is more accurate and definitely has added knock down power due to the heavier pellet. The 22's ability to transfer more energy to the target and hold it's trajectory better, not affected by wind as much as the .177's are. The 177's may be faster but fast is not always best.