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Benjamin Trail NP Mark II Air Pistol

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Benjamin Trail NP Mark II Air Pistol

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BJ-PBN17 [PY-4329-8347]
Breakbarrel pistol with Nitro Piston powerplant

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Benjamin Trail Mark II Price

$112.99

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity650 fps
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

Benjamin Trail NP Mark II Air Pistol

  • Nitro gas piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Picatinny rail under barrel
  • Single-shot
  • Fiber optic front and rear sight
  • Adjustable, removable rear sight
  • 11mm dovetail rail
  • Tactical, synthetic frame
  • Includes removable cocking aid
  • Up to 650 FPS with alloy, 525 FPS with lead


Here are the benefits of the 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


Send pellets screaming downrange with the Benjamin Trail Mark II Air Pistol!

Using Crosman’s patented Nitro Piston technology, this breakbarrel really puts a spin on your pellets! Ideal for plinking and target shooting, the Trail Mark II can send pellets downrange at speeds up to 650 fps. The all-weather synthetic frame makes this pistol a perfect trail companion or shooting outdoors in colder weather. Use the fiber-optic sights to sight your target in less than ideal lighting conditions, or if you prefer, remove the rear sight and add your own optics to the 11mm dovetail rail.

All these features add up to an air pistol that’s user-friendly, dependable and hard hitting. If you’re looking for a powerful gas piston plinker, the Mark II is Benjamin’s definitive Trail air pistol.

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BJ-PBN17 [PY-4329-8347]
Breakbarrel pistol with Nitro Piston powerplant

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Benjamin Trail Mark II Price

$112.99

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity650 fps
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

Benjamin Trail Mark II Specs

Max Velocity650 fps
Overall Length16.0"
ButtplateNone
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight3.44 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
SafetyManual
Suggested forPlinking & target practice
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length5.5"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort20 lbs
BarrelRifled
Front SightFiber Optic
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
TriggerSingle-stage
ActionBreak barrel
PowerplantGas-piston
Max Shots per Fill1
Body TypePistol
Fixed/adj. powerFixed

Benjamin Trail Mark II Reviews

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Things I liked:

Nicely Styled .Very accurate with scope and trigger mod.

Things I would have changed:

Horrible trigger. Very long travel and probably around 6-7 lbs pull.

What others should know:

I modified the trigger by removing the trigger blade spring (its on youtube) and replaced the 8mm M3 seer screw with a M3 10mm one. About a 3 lb pull now and makes this gun a delight to shoot. Safety still works and does not fire when dropped. I make no claim of safety if others do this however.

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Things I liked:

good exercise, fun to shoot and nice sights.

Things I would have changed:

nothing

What others should know:

not too hard to cock, I am 80 yrs. and can do it.

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Things I liked:

Price was fair, relatively easy to cock for a 65 year old small man, easy to load, accuracy limited by the cheap plastic sights.

Things I would have changed:

Eliminate 3 dot system on sights. Very hard to judge elevation, windage no problem. Trigger pull very hard. Limit distance to 10 meters for pests. When shot at typical empty can, light pellets break one side and make dent on far sid of can, pellet stays inside can. Heavier pellets go through can both sides at close distance. Same way when shooting into gallon milk jug filled with water at 10 meters. Heavier pellets break through. Light ones stay inside container.

What others should know:

Get on you tube, lighten trigger pull by removing one spring. Easy to disassemble. Probably will remove rear sight and install Red Dot or low power scope to reach full accuracy potential.

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  • Scott from USA asked:

    I just purchased/received this gun. Put my first five Crosman Premier 7.9gr Hollow Points thru it. Was surprised to see a bit of smoke ?!?!?! come out of the muzzle after each shot ? I have yet to put any oil in this gun, or clean it in any way. Literally just opened box and took a few shots. Is this natural break in process, or should I be concerned gun is malfunctioning in some way ? Edit: smells like a slight burning in the barrel after ea. shot. 2nd Edit: After about 10 shots smoke dissipated, and appears no more. Ive been told its an expected process known as Dieseling, where lubricant from factory is burning off. (news to me :) 3rd Edit: after 20 or so shots all smoke subsided. If my post was premature worrying, please delete. Thxs, All is well with gun so far...,,,,,shooting very well......AND POWERFUL.

    • Richard from USA answered:

      Yes it is just dieseling which is very common in new spring piston guns. I usually just shoot a new gun for at least 1000 or so shots before i do anything except maybe clean the bore out. I do NOT lube a new gun for a long time. The manufacturers usually put more than enough lube in them from the factory. As a matter of fact I shoot my piston guns bone stock for at least a year or until they need service before a lube them with anything. There is nothing wrong with your pistol. It just needs to be shot more,

  • Erick Wynmer from Philippines asked:

    Is this available in .22 Cal?

    • roger from USA asked:

      What scope

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