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Benjamin Trail NP Break Barrel Air Pistol (.177)

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  • Shoots up to 625 FPS
  • Nitro Piston® technology
  • Rifled steel barrel and tactical synthetic frame
  • Cocking assist aid included
  • Ideal for target shooting and pest control
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Benjamin Trail NP Break Barrel Air Pistol (.177) + Crosman Destroyer .177 Cal, 7.9 Grains, Pointed, 250ct + Crosman Pellgunoil® Air Gun Lubricating Oil (1/4 ounces)
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Product Description

Benjamin is revolutionizing airgun pistols with the Trail NP Break Barrel Pistol! Powered with the same Nitro Piston® technology found in the Trail series rifles, this pistol includes a rifled steel barrel, tactical synthetic frame, fiber optic front sight and adjustable rear sight. Includes a cocking aid to enhance the appearance and make it easy to load the next round. Benjamin Nitro Piston powered break barrels produce 70% less noise than spring powered airguns, and with a smooth cocking effort, less recoil and less noise, a successful day of hunting is within reach. One simple cocking motion and your followup shots are fast, quiet and easy.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 19.9 x 10.5 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item ships only within the U.S. excluding certain locales such as MI, NJ, DC, and NYC.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00AU6DE4I
  • Item model number: BBP77
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (183 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,614 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Great power for a air pistol and very accurate.
Terry N. Brown
The pistol fills great in my hand and I shoot groups of 1 1/2 inches at twenty yards out of the box.
jlayneman
Fluke, I thought now I knew what to look for...needless to say this one also was returned.
aaron m johnson

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82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Choctaw1 on December 2, 2013
So, with a closet full of break-barrel air rifles, why not buy a pistol...I did. I chose the Trail NP for it's advertised 625fps (w/alloy pellets), it's grooved for dove-tail scope mounts, good price, and overall looks.

I've had, and still have 2 Benjamin break-barrel rifles (.177 & .22 cal.). As far as I'm concerned this little gun should be their flagship, though it too has a couple of drawbacks that were overlooked in it's design stage. One being the trigger, though it seems tighter than in my Benjamin rifles. The "push button" safety is conveniently placed (for right handers) right above the trigger guard and easily deactivated by the trigger finger.

After minor modifications and with 250 rounds fired, the Trail NP shoots with air pistols costing $100 more! Shooting from a sand bag bench rest, mine will put 9 out of 10 shots into a 2" group at 20 yards using Crosman Destroyer pellets. Keep in mind that with most any air powered gun (especially nitro-charged break barrels) you can pretty much count on 1 or 2 shots out of 10 being flyers...if not more. Molded lead pellets vary greatly in diameter and weight, even more between designs and sometimes manufacturers.

The barrel pivot screw was tight and fits well on this gun. There's no side play to affect accuracy. That pivot screw is an often overlooked cause of grouping inconsistency in break-barrels. With any break-barrel make sure it and the stock screws are fully tightened and locked with blue Loctite if you're having accuracy problems. Check these even with brand new out of the box guns. Also, get a bore brush, patches and clean out all the factory gunk from the barrel before firing. Then count on the gun not holding a close group for 200-300 rounds. Also stick with one type pellet.
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62 of 71 people found the following review helpful By bostonburner on July 16, 2013
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some people complain that this gun is too hard to cock, when in reality this is a great feature. Any grown adult will be able to cock this gun but most children and probably many teens will not be able too, as someone who has had a pellet gun since elementary school I can safely say that this is far too powerful for younger users and is better suited for small pest control.
The other issue with this gun is the sights, out of the box they were fairly accurate but after the 250 round break in period i could not adjust them high enough. Some users recommend grinding down the front sight but mine is too far off for this solution. I fixed this by attaching a pistol scope I already had but i would have preferred to use the open sights.

In the end If you are interested in buying this gun be prepared to also buy a pistol scope if you intend to adjust the sight accurately and understand that it is by no means easy to cock but not overly difficult either.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By gregmk on January 21, 2014
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Unpacked this gun and took it to the backyard and shot about 30 rounds through it (into an empty pizza box) and couldn't get it to adjust to shoot to the aim point with the guns sights. I inspected it closely and found that the front plastic sight was molded to the metal barrel 2 or 3 degrees to the right. This makes the cheesy rear sight incapable of adjusting in. I bought a set of UTG Airgun Dovetail To Picatinny Rail Mount, Low profile adapters and mounted a "Walther, Top Point" I had sitting around. This addition made this gun! it will consistently put it right on the aim, and is quick and easy to acquire your sight picture and aim. I have killed several squirrels and can consistently shoot dingle-balls out of the sycamore tree (my brand of target practice, as it is the same angle I am shooting at pests and they are often moving with the wind, and they give instant feed back of the hit when they fly off the tree). Other than the sights which are very bad, the gun is well made, hits hard and is pretty easy to cock. I can cock it without the helper with no problem. I would recommend this gun if you buy it with the Idea of putting some other type of sights on it. Good luck and Send all squirrels to Heaven
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Stewart on February 9, 2014
I bought this pistol, even though there were a lot of negative reviews. The first thing I did was lube all the moving linkages on the cocking mechanism. This made it a lot easier to cock. Then I started shooting it. And just like a lot of the reviews said, it shot low. I noticed that when the gun was fired the barrel would drop from the pressure,(break open a little). I then tightened the pivot screw just to the next notch and this problem seems to be solved. It doesn't shoot low anymore. I do not shoot it with the cocking aid on, as a matter of fact I don't use the cocking aid at all. When I lubed the linkages, that made it a lot easier to cock the gun. The trigger is not very good, but I put a different screw in it that is a little longer than the stock screw and adjusted it, and that seems to help a lot.
If you choose to try the longer screw, be aware there is a fine line of adjustment to have the safety mechanism still function properly, or function at all. I also made a new rear sight that tightens the sight picture, and that helped with my accuracy.
Anyway, I hope this helps someone that may be having these issues with this gun.
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