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Crosman Np214-001 Trail Baffle
Baffle insert for Trail, Steel Eagles, Golden Eagle, Phoenix and Summit NP2 Rifles. See the list of compatible models at bottom of this page.
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Things I liked: received item quickly and fits as expected. Reasonably priced in my opinion.
Things I would have changed: No complaints here!
What others should know: I was surprised when the original blew apart after about 1000 rounds of 22.Oh well at this price I purchased a couple to have on hand.
Things I liked: Well, it fits the shroud and the barrel just fine. Easy to install.
Things I would have changed: Does it really silence the sound? Not so much. Perhaps it's because I'm using lead and not composite pellets.
What others should know: It's worth it!
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is the thread..... 1/2 x 28?,,,,.........1/2 x 20?.....?? alex
1/2-20. I posted all the specs in a re: further down
What is the length and diameter of the cross an np214-001 trail baffle
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will this fit the benjamin trail np xl in .25 cal.
No, it takes a very different baffle, if you can call it a baffle. The XL version is much shorter, the OD is smaller and threads are M12x1. Since the NP2 baffle is plastic you can simply force thread it on the XL, but you'll also need a larger dia shroud tube. The XL and NP2 tubes are both ~14.5" long, but since the NP2 baffle is ~4" longer you'll need to put a spacer on the aft end behind the tapered piece. Not sure if the NP2 tapered piece fits the XL barrel, but if not it'll be close so minimal work needed to make it fit. So order the NP2 baffle, tube and taper, the rest is up to you. I don't know how much quieter it'll be but I don't expect it to be by much, especially in a .25 gun. I just mod the XL baffle to work better, and tune the gun which prolly makes more of a difference. Tuning will also net you more power, smoother firing, better accuracy and longer scope life. It isn't hard since the XL doesn't need a spring compressor. I can send the how-to info if you/anyone wants; chevota at hotmail