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Benjamin Titan NP. BTINP82SX. Customer Reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

Accuracy:5.0

By R Michael from USA on 2018-08-15 11:58:06

Things I liked: I have a Titan NP .177 that I have shot for a few years now. Equipped with a Tru-Glo Red Dot I can consistently make head shots on the hundreds of squirrels that plague my orchard. This is a sweet little rifle. It is lightweight and consistent in grouping. When this .22 went on sale I jumped on it! Right out of the box before it is broken in I am grouping under an inch. Very Good Value for the Money!

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Check all screws for tightness every few hundred shots.

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Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:4.0

Accuracy:5.0

By Mark from USA on 2017-10-14 06:44:29

Things I liked: The Benjamin Titan NP .177 is a great rifle for shooting around the yard. I've been getting about a 3/4" group at 30 yards. I'm still trying to find the best pellet for the rifle, but so far the Crosman Premier Domed 10.5g seems to work best. The scope that came with it didn't hold up for 200 rounds it literally started falling apart. I replaced it with a Bugbuster and I'm very happy with the pairing. The rifle is heavy, but well balanced. The front stock is wide and flat so the artillery hold is very natural. For sure with this rifle the tighter you hold it the worse it shoots. I dropped a star on overall rating and Value because of the junk scope.

Things I would have changed: The 2 stage trigger has a long pull, but it's nothing you can't work around. The scope is garbage.

What others should know: The Crosman Destroyer, Wadcutter, and Hollow Point pellets didn't do so well in mine. The Crosman Premier Domed 10.5g did much better. I'm going to try the JSB Diabolo Exact Heavy next just to see if I can tighten it up a little bit more.

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    By Alan on 2018-11-10
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    Things I liked: I liked the way it feels and looks.

    Things I would have changed: Make it lighter

     
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    By Tom from USA on 2018-10-27
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    Things I liked: I prefer this stock over my Benjamin Trail, the contours are rounded making it comfortable to use. Easy to cock and load, fairly quiet, and accurate even with the cheap scope and typical Crosman trigger. Average velocity is 700fps with a 14.3 pellet. At 50 yards it can hit a 6" gong consistently without even trying.

    Things I would have changed: Not much but I would attempt to shave some weight off this rifle as it is pretty hefty.

    What others should know: This is a lot of gun for the money. If you don't want to spend several hundred bucks on an air rifle for plinking around with then this would be a good choice.

     
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    By R Michael from USA on 2018-08-15
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    Things I liked: I have a Titan NP .177 that I have shot for a few years now. Equipped with a Tru-Glo Red Dot I can consistently make head shots on the hundreds of squirrels that plague my orchard. This is a sweet little rifle. It is lightweight and consistent in grouping. When this .22 went on sale I jumped on it! Right out of the box before it is broken in I am grouping under an inch. Very Good Value for the Money!

    Things I would have changed: Nothing

    What others should know: Check all screws for tightness every few hundred shots.

     
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    By Mark from USA on 2017-10-14
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    Things I liked: The Benjamin Titan NP .177 is a great rifle for shooting around the yard. I've been getting about a 3/4" group at 30 yards. I'm still trying to find the best pellet for the rifle, but so far the Crosman Premier Domed 10.5g seems to work best. The scope that came with it didn't hold up for 200 rounds it literally started falling apart. I replaced it with a Bugbuster and I'm very happy with the pairing. The rifle is heavy, but well balanced. The front stock is wide and flat so the artillery hold is very natural. For sure with this rifle the tighter you hold it the worse it shoots. I dropped a star on overall rating and Value because of the junk scope.

    Things I would have changed: The 2 stage trigger has a long pull, but it's nothing you can't work around. The scope is garbage.

    What others should know: The Crosman Destroyer, Wadcutter, and Hollow Point pellets didn't do so well in mine. The Crosman Premier Domed 10.5g did much better. I'm going to try the JSB Diabolo Exact Heavy next just to see if I can tighten it up a little bit more.

     
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