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Benjamin Mayhem SBD Nitro Piston NP2 Air Rifle
Built in America! Benefits of the Nitro Piston 2 over a metal mainspring:
New from Benjamin, the Mayhem SBD is a breakbarrel with a lot of attitude –but not a lot of noise. From its sturdy stock to its quiet shots, this gun is ready to drop targets and small game with style.
Loaded with features, the Mayhem includes Crosman’s all new SBD technology, a modified suppressor that makes this gun 3x quieter than other breakbarrels in its class. The asymmetric SBD (silencing barrel device) is designed to keep out of the way of the included 3-9x40 AO scope, a step-up from the optics included with its Trail and Rogue lines, and mounts on the Picatinny/Weaver rail. For easy cleaning, the SBD suppressor comes apart with a single screw. If you prefer to go without the scope, Crosman included a front post and an adjustable rear sight for those who want to put their shooting skills to work.
Designed with the shooter in mind, the Mayhem’s soft touch synthetic stock features multiple textured handholds for an easy grip and sling mounts for field carrying. Crosman’s Nitro Piston technology ensures that this gun will be easy to cock, shoot straight in cold weather, and not vibrate when you pull the trigger. The Mayhem also sports an adjustable 2 stage trigger, so you shouldn’t have any trouble getting a smooth pull. As if all of this wasn't good enough, this airgun is assembled by American workers in Crosman's manufacturing headquarters in Bloomfield, New York!
All of these features add up to a stocked airgun that’s going to give breakbarrel airgunners everything they could ask for!
|Max Velocity||1400 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||23 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
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Things I liked: I bought this gun to deal with pests around my country home. I cycled through about nine different pellets trying to sight it in. I finally settled on the Premier Hollow Point. Funny thing is the Premier Super Point didn't so nearly as well. I think I need to try some different batches. Overall, the other pellets didn't get all that wild, but with the Premier HPs, I put nine out of ten in the black at 25 yds and the 10th was less than an inch out. It seems to have plenty of power, but none of the pests have come around while I am around with this gun. Overall, it feels good and seems to be holding a zero well. Overall it seems to me to be nice and quiet. You hear a mild thunk-tat! when the trigger breaks. Far, Far superior to the Gammo Fusion I had. That gun has a lot of slack in the pivot and wont hold a pattern and the spring is so loud you can't hear anything else. Don't waste your money on a Gammo, unless the one I have is just an anomaly.
Things I would have changed: The trigger feels rough and gritty when you are squeezing off a shot. I hope it improves with use. The reviews I read said it was too heavy and hard to cock, but I'm a pretty big guy and the weight seems to help my hold and the cocking isn't any problem for me.
What others should know: The included scope seems OK to me, I can see the .177 hole in the paper at 25 yards and my eyes aren't very good. I set the scope at 4X and focused for my eyes and that seems to be about right for all ranges I've tried.
Things I liked: This model has iron sights and an Adjustable Objective CP scope. Power is there. Accuracy is good. After sighting and practice, I'm consistently about 1" CTC at 20 yards. That's accurate enough for me for pests.
Things I would have changed: Make it quieter and lighter. I chose it over others because of the SBD technology. I figured this would be the quietest non-pcp gun with this kind of power. It might be for all I know, but the neighbors can surely hear it. I would not say that this gun is quiet at all but I don't have anything to compare it to. It has a loud pop (think hammer on plywood on concrete (garage floor)) but I've only shot it in-doors. It could be an acoustic thing.Trigger not as predictable as I'd like, but then I haven't tried to adjust it yet.
What others should know: My first pellet gun. Bought it for pest control at < 25 yards (in back yard basically). I don't think a kid could use this. Cocking it takes some strength, and it's heavy enough to be hard to hold up for a child (12 yr old girl at least). The rear iron site was loose when I opened the box. Tightened up. No problem. Mounted the scope. It loosened up after 20 shots. Tightened again and it has stayed tight after 75+ shots. Trigger needs some attention/adjustment I think. Overall I'm very satisfied with this gun.
Things I liked: Scope was FAR better than I expected. Nice iron sights. Easy cocking.
Things I would have changed: Should have come bundled with sling clip for the rear...and/or a leather sling. The CBT was/is a tad heavy IMHO. The longest gas-piston rifle I own...
What others should know: Glad I opted for this model, not the wooden stock/pistol grip version. Frankly? It doesn't seem any quieter than the less expensive Ruger Yukon.
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Description says rear sight is included and the photo shows one. Video says there is no rear sight? So is there a rear sight included or not? Doesn't make sense to have a front sight without a rear one.
The video is of one of the other models. This model does come with a rear sight. I agree, why they'd send some of the models without a rear sight when you already have a front makes no sense.
Where is this gun made?
New York State
Benjamin Mayhem NP2 SBD. How many pounds of cooking force is there.
|Max Velocity||1400 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||23 ft/lbs|