Benjamin Trail NP2 with Scope .22 Caliber Air Rifle, Wood

$195.73

The Benjamin Trail NP2 with Scope .22 Caliber Air Rifle is one of the first (in Trail Series) to feature the all new nitro piston 2 system featuring an upgraded power plant and all-new, enhanced Clean Break Trigger (CBT). This new Trail gun shoots 15 percent faster and delivers more energy with double the effective shooting range of the original Trail series. All in a smoother-shooting gun with less vibration, less recoil, and up to a 10-pound reduction in cocking force. The Benjamin Trail rifle also includes an integrated sound suppression system that makes the gun quieter than ever. The .22 caliber Benjamin Trail shoots up to 1200 fps (alloy) and delivers 26 foot pounds of energy (fpe). It includes a CenterPoint 3-9 x 32 mm scope. The All-Weather synthetic stock features a thumbhole configuration with rubber recoil pad. Don’t forget to purchase safety glasses.

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By Ricky from USA on 2016-01-07

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Things I liked: Accuracy Quality Stock Everything!

Things I would have changed: Combined Scope

What others should know: I purchased the Benjamin Trail NP2 in the wood stock. Although skeptical at first because of the flaws when it was first released I decided to give it a chance. Crosman has overcome those problems, now the NP2 is a solid gun that can stomp any other break barrel in its class! If you’re weary of buying this gun don’t be! You’re missing out! The only thing I would have changed is the combined scope, plan on throwing it out and replacing it. It is manageable for plinking, but to get the most out of the gun I recommend mounting a quality scope on it. One more thing, those saying it sounds like a .22 going off do not know what they’re talking about (And probably have never heard a .22 rimfire being fired.) This gun is quiet, well built, has good accuracy, and is an all around excellent air rifle! Give it a second chance you won’t be sorry! I will be posting updated pictures of my groupings with my Hawke Sidewinder 30.

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By paul from USA on 2015-07-16

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Things I liked: Got the .177 and the .22. I have to say, as with any good (I don’t have any $1200 break barrels yet), break barrel, you have to wrestle a bit to calm it down…but both these guns are ‘Air Rifles’ at their finest. They feel right. They carry well in the field. And for me, they hold Zero with a Nikon on the .177 and a Hawke (which I don’t usually love, but this one which is a Panorama EV rocks)on the .22. Hunting wise, they do their job. Question is can I do mine? These Benjys make it easier with the right pellets which is a whole other topic.

Things I would have changed: I would’ve like there to have been a side or bottom rail for lasers etc.

What others should know: My .177 sometimes feels like it’s cocked when it isn’t yet and it did smack me hard across the face one time. Funny on the Three Stooges but not funny here. On the other hand, it forced me to respect every aspect of this sport with greater concentration and concern for everyone’s safety. These are lethal weapons. Speaking of which, by .22 shoot Eun Jin round heads beautifully up to 20 yds. Fun! Great guns! as is said.

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By Art from USA on 2015-07-15

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Things I liked: I have had this rifle now for several months in .22 caliber and have put over several hundred pellets through it. The weight of the rifle is good,In the effort it takes to cock the barrel is not bad at all. The furthest target I have hit with this rifle was at 75 yards using the 18 grain JSB pellets and I shot 3 out of 5 hitting a 6 inch target. 2 of them touched the bullseye. I think this rifle is perfectly adept at hitting targets at about 30 yards or so away with quarter to nickel sized groups. While I’m pretty confident I could hit a target at farther distances, I wouldnt want to risk wounding vs a clean kill at closer ranges. I think that it is accurate enough for consistently Correct shot placement at 30 to 40 yards or less. I found that JSB 18 grain pellets and the Crossman premier domed and hollow point gave the best accuracy. This is a much nicer and more powerful pellet rifle than my Benjamin pump rifle I owned as a teenager, and I have dispatched Nutria, ground squirrels

Things I would have changed: It would have been nice to have some checkering on the stock for gripping.

What others should know: It seems like it took me forever to get the scope zeroed in properly on this rifle. I first changed out the scope to a 4x, but realized the rifle needed more magnification, so I switched to a BSA sweet .22 scope 4-12. This rifle is absolutely backyard friendly and won’t disturb neighbors.

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Benjamin Trail NP2 with Scope .22 Caliber Air Rifle, Wood:

  • Assembled in the USA in Bloomfield, NY
  • Pellet velocity: up to 1200fps with alloy pellets 900fps (lead)
  • Caliber: .22 caliber
  • Power source: nitro piston 2 (NP2)
  • Mechanism: breakbarrel
  • Ammo type: shoots .22cal pellet only
  • Capacity: single pellet
  • Barrel: rifled with shrouded bull barrel
  • Stock material: hard wood
  • Safety: lever
  • Weight: 8.3 lbs
  • Length: 46.25″

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