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Benjamin Trail NP XL Air Rifle air Rifle

4.2 out of 5 stars 311 ratings

Price: $324.99 - $379.99

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Brand Benjamin
Caliber 5.6
Item Weight 8.5 Pounds
Air Gun Power Type Gas-Piston
Barrel Material Type Alloy Steel

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  • Benjamin Trail NP2 Hardwood .22 Break Barrel Air Rifle with Scope

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Product description

Benjamin Trail 22cal Wood stock break barrel 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). The .22 caliber Benjamin Trail shoots up to 1100 fps (alloy) and delivers 26 foot pounds of energy (fpe). It includes a CenterPoint 3-9 x 32 mm scope. 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 Superior Hardwood stock features a thumbhole configuration with rubber recoil pad. Specifications Benjamin Trail NP2 Hardwood .22 Break Barrel Air Rifle with Scope: 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" Condition: New Manufacturer Part Number: BTN292WX Model: BTN292WX Power Type: Nitro Brand: Benjamin Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):45.80 x 1.50 x 6.50 Inches

Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 52 x 9.1 x 3.2 inches; 8.5 Pounds
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ BT1122WNP
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ June 11, 2011
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Benjamin Moore & Co
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B004QXLZ1K
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.2 out of 5 stars 311 ratings

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Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2018
Size: .25CALVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars First impressions ....
By Darin Pratt on March 6, 2018
I’m going to make a review of my first impressions being that I just received it a couple of hours ago and now I’m home after work to check it out . It’s definitely got the look of meaning business... and the feel of it will assure you that this is a serious no bull weapon. The very first gentleman to review this gun is 100% right about what he was talking about and the tips he’s kind enough to give everyone to help you have a pleasant experience right out of the box ! I’m currently waiting on my several different pellets I had ordered to arrive tomorrow so I can’t give any shooting observations yet ... but I will add that in tomorrow or as soon as I get a chance. First off do what the gentleman had suggested and CLEAN THE RIFLE !! Run a couple patches through the barrel with solvent you will understand why as soon as you see the first patch drop out. !!
I took a picture to show why that suggestion is a don’t ignore a very simple and quick procedure for having some good accuracy off the get go. Also I followed his suggestions to the T and found that the screw inside of the stock was loose and so I took it out and put some BLUE threadlocker on the screw and torqued it back down.... then I replaced the action back into the stock and also put BLUE threadlocker on all screws EXCEPT the front wood screw on the trigger guard because that one wouldn’t have any baring on anything because it screws directly into the wood .
Also wipe the whole exterior of the barrel down with solvent because the factory really went to town on the oil to prevent rusting.
So far I’m very impressed with the looks and feel .... the scope is a good Centerpoint 3-9x40 with an adjustable objective that goes from 30feet to infinity and exposed turrets. This truly is a serious rifle... for responsible adults !!
You do need to have some muscle to cock the barrel if you plan on purchasing this... I’m sure it will ease up during break-in procedures. Above is the reason you NEED to run some solvent patches
FIRST BEFORE shooting for the first time. the one patch that is very black was the first one to go through... then the one that’s not so black was second and then the patch that shows signs of clearing up was third . Save yourself headaches and CLEAN !!
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Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Accurate and sort of quiet for a $250 rifle
By Robert W on December 6, 2018
I have a lot of experience with firearms, but this is my first air rifle. I purchased this primarily for small game hunting and to try something new. Here are my impressions as an air rifle virgin.

This is not a toy, at all. This looks like a hunting rifle, which it is. Not neighbor friendly.

It isn't THAT quiet. (See edit) Again, I hoped to be able to zero the sights and do some pre-hunt practice in my semi-residential neighborhood. The report when shooting is only marginally quieter than a .22 short firearm. I had my wife fire it while I stood off to the side and in front of the barrel about 20 feet over and 20 feet out. The sound at that range and position was pretty easily identifiable as a shot. If you have neighbors significantly further than that with an obstructed view you would probably be fine. The loudness is such that firing it all day without ear protection would be no problem at all, BUT it is loud enough that you would easily hear it shooting in the next half acre lot and identify it as shooting.

There is some mixed reviews on the accuracy of this rifle. My experience is that it is acceptably accurate. Within an hour I was able to put quarter sized groups at 25yds from a supported position. I hit a soda can 5/7 shots at 50yds through the woods from a kneeling shooting position. For hunting and play purposes that is acceptable accuracy. See the attach photo of the soda can for demonstration of 50yd impact energy.

People complaining that it doesn't stack pellet on pellet at 50+yards are just unfamiliar with firearms. No, it will not shoot like a $2k match grade rifle.

I have killed 2 squirrels and 1 rabbit with this. All were taken with head/neck shots from 20-40yds. All were taken with predator polymag pellets. All 3 kills were humane and instant/nearly instant. Surprisingly the damage caused by this rifle/pellet combination was greater in all 3 cases than what is typical with a .22lr when used on these types of game. The 22lr typically passes clean through small game where these .25 cal pellets flatten out and create larger wound cavities.

For my intended use I am more than satisfied.

Edit: I have had the rifle a while now. It has gotten better with use. I have fired about 500 shots through it. It has gotten significantly quieter as it has broken in. It has also become more consistent with grouping and less pellet sensitive. I added another photo of some 10 round groups I shot with 4 different rounds. The shown groups were shot at 27yd back to back with no changes or adjustments in between. I was seated using a table for support and the artillery hold.
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