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Replacement Crosman Nitro Piston
This is a replacement unit that fits the Benjamin Trail NP and Crosman Nitro Venom air rifles.
For professional installation only. Instructions NOT included.
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Things I liked: Everything ! This will fit into many of my guns for that wonderful NP feel
Things I would have changed: Maybe the part number to be stamped or etched into part , the ink one wears off in seconds .
What others should know: If you havnt tryed NP or other gas piston guns you should give it a shot ! I'll only use my old spring guns , anything new better be NP
Things I liked: This nitro piston has my Titan .22 shooting the way I had hoped it would when I bought it. Whether the original piston was defective from the beginning or whether the Titan came with a weaker piston, this new one is considerably more powerful. It also appears to be consistent, which is critical to accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: I have read other post that decry the price of this replacement nitro piston. I agree it is not cheap, but this is something one must consider from the beginning. For my Titan, I am now working to determine what pellet will work best. So far it appears Benjamin .22 hollow points are a good choice; perhaps they will be the best choice.
Things I liked: looks of good quality
Things I would have changed: I would give the mechanical properties in mm: body D/L:19./150 ...ram D/L :10.\ 110 ......Length of stroke ??105......Total length 263.....Initial strength ??? pounds
What others should know: The price is too high @ $50....should be $30/35 at the most
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Hey i have an detuned banjamin trail np all weather (black) nitro piston air rifle .... i deffenity have the detuned nitro piston iv read lots of ur comments so i ant trying to ask the same questions .. and on my gas ram the 3rd number on the item number is a 5 (low) not at 9 (high) thats how i know and why i bought this replacement ... now iv read that i will have to cut down that piston to get it at its full compassity can i get ur email for the blueprints on the cutting sizes and how it should be cut .... please and thank you
Mr Chevota.. id love to speak with you more about the NP2 trail .22... is there an easier way to do so than here by chance?
Hi,will this fit my Edgar Brothers model 60?
I would say not a chance, or at least it won't drop in, but I suppose with some work there's a long shot it'll be possible. It's likely too strong for that gun, plus the price is high and reliability low so I'd pass. There's lots of regular coil springs for sale, various sizes/strengths so that's what I'd do.