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Benefits of the Nitro Piston 2 over a metal mainspring:
Released in 2014, the Benjamin Trail NP2 quickly became one of the most popular breakbarrels on the market. With a combination of quiet shooting, easy cocking, and a good trigger, the original NP2 had a lot going for it already - but Crosman isn't finished making improvements to this airgun.
The quiet NP2 is now even quieter as the Benjamin Trail Nitro Piston 2 SBD. The SBD (Silencing Barrel Device) adds an improved barrel shroud that makes the NP2 SBD 3x quieter than other breakbarrels in its class. The asymmetric and removable shroud is specially designed to keep the silencer out of view when using a scope, and to expose the baffles, making cleaning easier than ever before!
This version sports a hardwood stock with integrated sling swivels if you want to make your NP2 easier to carry in the field. Resting atop the rifle is a Picatinny optics rail for fitting the included 3-9x32 scope for zeroing in on your prey - whether paper or pest.
The Trail NP2 SBD keeps all the features that made the original Trail NP2 a great breakbarrel. The Trail SBD takes advantage of Crosman's Nitro Gas Piston technology; making it easy to cock, reducing vibration, and operating well in cold weather, unlike traditional spring pistons. 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!
This combination of features are ideal for shooters looking for a quiet, accurate, and easy to use breakbarrel that's ready to shred targets or dispatch any pest on your perimeter!
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||26 ft/lbs|
|Trigger||Two-stage, adjustable take-up|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: accurate for my use (vermin control), quiet, solidly built.
Things I would have changed: the front sight is too tall, its visible in the scope, a little distorting the view. The trigger is too heavy.
What others should know: takes some time to sight it. It was all over the place in the beginning. Probably took me 50 or so shots to sight it but now its accurate.
Things I liked: I like the contemporary real wood stock with modern touch with silencer barrel. Synthetic stock will be much lighter/easier to handle but heavier and solid wood stock gun will yield a much quieter and more solid stationary shooting rifle. Couple online reviews mention the trigger pull a bit odd. It doesn't give me any odd trigger pull feeling, clean pull through every time. I owned a .177 Benjamin Nitro and still have it. This one has much nicer grip and nicer wood grain even though some can tell it is not a top quality wood. Seriously fall in love with the silence barrel. Pro target shooter can improve the sound if you know what you do and do it right.
Things I would have changed: Scope, it better come with no scope option. So buyers can get their own scope they like rather than getting a package mediocre scope which will never be touched. Integrated pivot bi-pod mount will be really nice.
What others should know: Go big or go home! I spend almost the same price on (6-24 X 56) scope on this gun and most of you who read this would think, "this guy is crazy." Let me tell you lady and gentleman, It is unimaginable not to have good magnifier on this powerful rifle. Remember! You received what you paid for.
Things I liked: I am fairly new to the air gun experience. This is my 2nd purchase of a air gun in the last 3 or 4 years. Before that was the old stand by Daisy, other then powder guns. Got this one based on the reviews Benjamin received and this was a fairly new model. All I can say is " Holy Cra_", this is a awesome gun. Was not expecting the power and accuracy of this rifle. Did upgrade the scope right away based on reviews of the scopes they come with. Pests don't stand a chance! I did have a Black Ops sniper rifle a few years back that I got local and it had power but very loud. Cracked like a 22, not good for my area. This one is much quieter and more power. Based on reviews of this style rifle it will get even better the more rounds put through it. Very nice and comfortable to handle. Still getting used to the recoil. Definitely different then regular firearm, but awesome gun.
Things I would have changed: Nothing as of yet, only have a few hundred rounds through it and working great. Only thing is breaking the barrel. It is stiff and need to have yourself in a good, stable stance to cock this one. It could easily kick back and do some damage. Safety first with all guns.
What others should know: Seems like it is breaking in and a little easier to cock it, but it is holding up well, screws are staying tight and everything staying in place. Awesome rifle I would recommend this one all day long. Again I am just getting into or back into air guns and this one will be hard to top in this price range.
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Sound level and groupings tested on .177 similiar for .22 caliber ?
I don't know as for the groupings I would assume the.22 may be a hair tighter because a a heavier pellet is going to be more consistent but as for the sound the.177 will have more of a tendency to have it's pellets breath the sound barrier but even with 7.4 grain.177 pellets the only time I have had a pellet breath the sound barrier is when the rifle was new out of the box and was had a desiling effect but after about 10 shots that will go away and as long as you are using subsonic pellets there should be no different nce in sound from the.22
Can you buy this gun without the scope?
Does this rifle have a rear sight. Thanks
It does not come with one. Although there are holes drilled to install one.
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||26 ft/lbs|