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Benjamin Phoenix NP2 Air Rifle
Benefits of the Nitro Piston 2 over a metal mainspring:
CenterPoint Optics Adventure Class 4x32 scope specs:
If you purchase the .22-caliber rifle, your box may state the wrong velocity with lead pellets.
|Max Velocity||1400 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Great airgun. Great price. Very accurate. Groups of less then a inch at 30 feet inside. Very quiet, the sound of the pellets hitting back stop is louder than the gun.
Things I would have changed: For the price nothing. I would of liked a better scope, something with adjustable magnification or objective would be nice.
What others should know: It has more of a kick then I expected but other then that if your interested in a .22 caliber airgun that has power and accurate this is the one for you. It's also lighter then I expected so carrying it for awhile it won't be a problem while hunting tree rats.
Things I liked: Quality of the construction and design of the rifle. Lighter then expected. Cocking effort is smooth as butter. Trigger pull also smooth. Very quiet report.
Things I would have changed: Nothing at all.
What others should know: I read a few reviews on this site for a loose barrel shroud. Yes you should tighten the shroud, it's not supposed to be loose. After cleaning and zeroing in the scope groups of less then 1 inch. Great job on this one.
Things I liked: While I am not what you would call a serious airgunner, I do enjoy the my break barrel rifles. This rifle (in .22) at this price point, is an excellent purchase, in my opinion. I purchased mine at Walmart, so I over paid but I'm still extremely satisfied with my purchase. After putting over 1000 rounds through it I find it to be a very accurate gun, and this is coming from a guy with pretty poor eye sight. I live a bit off the beaten path and I purchased it mainly to dispatch varmints harassing my chickens and from my experience it does the job well (raccoons, squirrels, skunks, and younger ground hogs). I was able to dispatch virtually every animal humanly (1 shot) with the exception of adult groundhogs. I find the gun to be well made, surprisingly quiet and very accurate once you figure out the proper hold and best pellet for your particular gun.
Things I would have changed: I suppose, as some have mentioned, it could use an improved trigger but not neccesary for plinking and varmint control, imo. I would like some sling swivels/mounts on it. I have never been a fan of 11mm dovetail mounts, a picatinny rail would be nice. Really not much else for this level of rifle.
What others should know: Great overall rifle for plinking and dispatching small to medium pests. An overall solid rifle, for the price.
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What size are the threads on the front of the barrel
1/2"-20 The older Trail Hardwood and Trail XL have metric M12 x 1.0. The good news, if this is why you're asking, is the NP2 baffle is plastic and can simply be forced onto the M12. The NP2 baffle is larger dia @ ~.895" to fit the larger 1" OD tube.
Is it brend new for the price ..150 bucks.what is the returnal policy
Yes they are new. Pyramyd has a 30 day return policy.
What is the difference between this and the trail NP2? from what I can tell they seem very similar if not the same except for the stock.
That, the scope rail and scope. For the price it seems this or the Summit is the one to get imo.
|Max Velocity||1400 fps|