If you shoot a lightweight pellet in the Titan so its velocity exceeds the speed of sound, it could result in your pellet breaking the sound barrier and the gun being louder than expected! The speed of sound depends on humidity, temperature and altitude. Generally speaking, it's between 1,060 fps and 1,115 fps.
- Benjamin Titan Nitro Piston air rifle
- Nitrogen piston
- .177 cal=1,200 fps
- Thumbhole wood stock
- Dual raised cheekpieces
- Muzzlebrake for added leverage
- 2-stage adjustable trigger
- Reduced vibration
- Much quieter than other breakbarrels
- Includes unmounted 4x32 scope & mount (no open sights)
- Sheridan Cowboy youth BB gun
- 700-rd BB reservoir
- .177 cal=325 fps
- 24 lbs. cocking effort
- Open sights (rear adjustable for elevation)
- Hardwood stock and forearm
- 2.75 lbs.
- 33.25" long
Benjamin's Titan Nitro Piston air rifle isn't a typical breakbarrel rifle. Instead of a metal mainspring, it has a Crosman Nitro Piston, which is a nitrogen-filled piston that has many advantages over a metal spring. Besides being quieter and having less vibration, the gun will shoot smoother and have finer shooting characteristics. The power behind this gun makes it ideal for hunting, pest elimination, plinking, spinners and casual target practice.
The Marlin Cowboy youth BB gun is easy to cock for young shooters and is a good rifle for teaching young or new shooters the basics of gun handling. The low velocity makes it a good indoor gun, too. It weighs less than 3 lbs., so it'll be appropriate for shooters who cannot handle longer, heavier youth guns.