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Benjamin Trail SBD NP2 Air Rifle Combo, Breakbarrel reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:5.0

Accuracy:5.0

By Josephine from USA on 2017-12-24 07:27:54

Things I liked: My first air rifle... i like it. Quiet, pretty accurate at 25 yards.

Things I would have changed: Trigger creep is taking alot of getting use to after trying some others. And on heavy side. Break barrel little harder to cock than I thought it would be but not really broke in yet with only 150 rounds through it so far.

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Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:3.0

Accuracy:4.0

By Wesley from USA on 2018-10-19 07:54:07

Things I liked: Performance, (thus far) overall look and feel. The SPD Technology (sound suppressor) seems to work very well. The Picatinny/weaver rail system is great and the combo comes with a sling. Seems to shoot great but I'm still working out the kinks through pellet selection, aftermarket scope and the rifle is not fully broken in.

Things I would have changed: Absolutely needs a rear sight in my opinion due to the fact it has a front sight. I am also not fond of the scope it came with (like many air rifles) i do realize a better scope would increase the price a significant amount. I would suggest buying an aftermarket scope (matter of preference) especially since you can't remove the factory scope and shoot accurately due to the lack of a rear sight.

What others should know: This is my first higher end pellet rifle and I have not yet broken it in fully. (Only about 150 pellets have gone though it) with that said it seems to be a good product. Time an practice will tell but overall it seems a good pellet rifle an very quiet using sub sonic (10+g) pellets. Also 10.5g pellets hit hard at 40yards. (They were crossman ultra mag pellets an I'm upping my pellets to H&N match 10.65g for better Quality/performance)

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    Things I liked: Performance, (thus far) overall look and feel. The SPD Technology (sound suppressor) seems to work very well. The Picatinny/weaver rail system is great and the combo comes with a sling. Seems to shoot great but I'm still working out the kinks through pellet selection, aftermarket scope and the rifle is not fully broken in.

    Things I would have changed: Absolutely needs a rear sight in my opinion due to the fact it has a front sight. I am also not fond of the scope it came with (like many air rifles) i do realize a better scope would increase the price a significant amount. I would suggest buying an aftermarket scope (matter of preference) especially since you can't remove the factory scope and shoot accurately due to the lack of a rear sight.

    What others should know: This is my first higher end pellet rifle and I have not yet broken it in fully. (Only about 150 pellets have gone though it) with that said it seems to be a good product. Time an practice will tell but overall it seems a good pellet rifle an very quiet using sub sonic (10+g) pellets. Also 10.5g pellets hit hard at 40yards. (They were crossman ultra mag pellets an I'm upping my pellets to H&N match 10.65g for better Quality/performance)

     
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    Things I liked: My first air rifle... i like it. Quiet, pretty accurate at 25 yards.

    Things I would have changed: Trigger creep is taking alot of getting use to after trying some others. And on heavy side. Break barrel little harder to cock than I thought it would be but not really broke in yet with only 150 rounds through it so far.

     
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