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Benjamin Trail NP Mark II Air Pistol
Here are the benefits of the Nitro Piston:
Send pellets screaming downrange with the Benjamin Trail Mark II Air Pistol!
Using Crosman’s patented Nitro Piston technology, this breakbarrel really puts a spin on your pellets! Ideal for plinking and target shooting, the Trail Mark II can send pellets downrange at speeds up to 625 fps. The all-weather synthetic frame makes this pistol a perfect trail companion or shooting outdoors in colder weather. Use the fiber-optic sights to sight your target in less than ideal lighting conditions, or if you prefer, remove the rear sight and add your own optics to the 11mm dovetail rail.
All these features add up to an air pistol that’s user-friendly, dependable and hard hitting. If you’re looking for a powerful gas piston plinker, the Mark II is Benjamin’s definitive Trail air pistol.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||1|
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Things I liked: Decent accuracy for a pistol. Easy to cock out of the box with the cocking aid. Very quiet!
Things I would have changed: The trigger is TERRIBLE! The grip is totally un-ergonomic. It might fit Arnold Schwarzenegger, but nobody else. The picatinny rail is useless because anything placed on it would get squeezed when you try to cock the gun. To fix the horrible trigger you have to change the geometry of the cocking push rod inside the gun by grinding off a lot of steel from it so it will clear the trigger group. A longer trigger screw must be installed. This increases the cocking effort tremendously, but the trigger can be totally fixed this way. You might be able to fix the trigger by stoning the seat if you can get to it.
What others should know: I am going to take a Dremel tool to the grip to take off some of the blocky edges. Who designed this POS?
Things I liked: It took a little practice to set my aim with this. . easy to cock than the trail NP. the suppressor makes it quite and looks better
What others should know: I bought it to replace in the field my RWS P5 which has not been holding up between repairs( that I am retiring to the collection. This gas piston was less money holds up longer
Things I liked: Cocking is smooth and not difficult at all. The gas piston makes it smooth to shoot and I found it accurate with a red dot installed, rear fiber optic rods to close together for my eyes. The gun is big which I like and the cocking assist helps a lot and can be removed for shooting, gun looks better with out it on.
Things I would have changed: Front sight is very tall and nonremovable, if you remove rear sight and install red dot the red dot must be mounted on high scope rings to clear front sight in viewing area. The trigger is probably the worse part but can be improved. It feels very gritty and has alot of pre-travel. I installed a longer adjustment screw in the trigger (stock screw was bottomed out), rounded and smoothed the bottom of the screw with a Dremel tool, added some Super Lube to the end of the screw and readjusted this screw in the trigger. This little trick improved the trigger by 50%. Still alot of pre-travel but much better and smoother.
What others should know: Even if reviews show it shoots less than the advertised FPS it is still powerful and smooth. I use and like Beeman Hollow Point Coated Pellets in this pistol.
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It lists the overall length as 16". Is that with the cocking aid attached or not attached? Thanks!
"removable cocking aid"? All PICTURES SHOW WITH "cocking aid"?? IS THE COCKING AID REMOVABLE OR NOT??
Picture #5 (counting from left to right) shows the pistol w/o the cocking aid. Easy to miss; I had to look twice.
It is removable
One reviewer says it leaks air at breech. Could this be diminished w/ silicone grease or a diff O ring?
A new breech seal
|Max Velocity||625 fps|