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Benjamin Trail NP All Weather Air Rifle (.177)

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  • Shoots .177 caliber pellets up to 1200 FPS
  • Powered by Nitro Piston® technology
  • Includes CenterPoint 3-9x40mm AO scope
  • Durable, all-weather synthetic stock
  • Ideal for pest control and small game hunting
  • Straps not included
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Product Description

The Trail NP All Weather break barrel features a durable, all weather synthetic stock. These rugged break barrels boast impressive muzzle and downrange energy, plenty for rabbit-sized game up to 30 yards. 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. Each Benjamin Trail NP break barrel comes with a 3-9x40 mm CenterPoint precision scope, featuring and adjustable objective and range estimating reticle. Trail NP air rifles feature a bull barrel, picatinny mounting rail system, installed sling mounts and a ventilated rubber recoil pad.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 45.8 x 7.8 x 2.9 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004V959WK
  • Item model number: BT1K77SNP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187,156 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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By D. Rife on May 11, 2011
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I odered this rifle on amazon because they had the best price with free shipping. I have looked at a lot of pellet guns online trying to figure out which one I wanted. I knew I wanted one with a Nitro Piston instead of a spring. I couldn't wait for the Benjamin Trail NP to show up in the mail. It looks cool online and I was hoping it looked as good in my hands. I wasn't let down. I recently bought a Savage Arms 22LR and the Benjamin Trail is built much better. It also comes with a really nice scope. I took it out in the back yard and shot the first shot into the ground to see how loud it was, and it was loud. The first shot made a dog in the neighborhood start barking, but the second shot was much quiter. I have shot it a few hundred times now and it has gotten even better. The instructions say it has a hundred shot break in period and it's true. It gets better the more you shoot it. Right now I am using the Crosman Field Hunting .177 Cal, 7.4 Grains, Pointed, 1250ct. They are cheap, but you can shoot all you want. I plan on getting some heavier pellets to see how they do. My friend has a Dasiy spring break barrel pallet gun. When I shoot his you can feel the spring shaking after you shoot and is just a little louder. The best part about the Nitro Piston is that it is smooth. The trigger does suck. It does feel like a long trigger pull. I losened the screw a few turns and it seemed to help a little. At frist I wanted to replace it, but now I am used to it so it doesn't bother me anymore. Overall this is a very nice gun for a good price. Now I just need to find a gun case that is wide enough for the pistol grip and scope on it. I don't like carring it to and from my car because it looks like a big gun and I don't want my neighbors giving me weird looks.Read more ›
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I don't think you could ask for a better pellet gun package for the price. For a little over $200 you get a solid .177 pellet gun (synthetic stock is great, as you don't have to worry about marking it up as you would with wood) with the nitro piston, a good looking barrel, a nice scope, and a pretty decent sling. The gun is extremely solid and feels great in your hands. It is on the heavy side, but I think the weight helps overcome some of the side effects of the springer/piston style kick. The one thing it should come with is the RMCoil to lubricate the compression chamber. The stuff is hard to find in stores and from what I understand you don't want to use standard firearm oil for the compression chamber. The weaver rail for the scope worked great and made mounting the scope very easy. The gun is quiet, considering it is capable of slinging .177 pellets up to 1,200 fps with alloy ammo (personally, I don't want the pellet going that fast as I believe the pellet doesn't have the weight to overcome the negative effects of approaching/exceeding the sound barrier). I have used crossman ultra magnum domed pellets to slow the speed and have achieved great accuracy as a result. The extra weight of the pellet is great for taking care of back yard varmint. The trigger is very long and a little heavy out of the box. However, the trigger adjustment screw allows you to shorten the pull and once adjusted bacomes a very usable trigger. As previously stated, it is a great package that gave zero issues when setting it up for its first use and has been a pleasure to use ever since. It is hard to put the thing down because it is so much fun to shoot. An added plus is that the thing is one of the baddest looking pellet guns around. It just looks like it means business and begs to be fired at something other than a measly paper target.
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For a $200 air gun, this Trail NP .177 isn't bad. If you think you are getting a Ninja quiet squirrel shooter for the neighborhood, you might want to reconsider. I have spent about 2 weeks with this gun and have learned several things about it at the range as well as in the neighborhood.

The word on the street is that the gun will quiet down after about 50 - 100 rounds. So far, I find that somewhat true. Nothing like a 10dB drop but "just a little" quieter. I think that this gun sounds like a roofers' nail gun, you hear the air "squirt" from the nail gun and then the POP when the pellet/nail hits the target.

One thing I discovered after the target groups were pretty bad (3" at 25 yards) was that the barrel was an absolute greasy mess. No wonder the groups were terrible. Since it was hard to find a .177 cleaning rod, I took a clothes hanger and straightened it out so that it would go down the barrel without rubbing the rifling. I pushed 3/4" gun patches with WD-40 and let it soak for a few minutes. Even after ten patches, the patches were still coming out black. Finally I got the barrel clean and went out and shot a 1" group at 25 yards.

I chrono'd the gun and got 921fps, 921fps, and 926fps for a three shot group using RWS Meisterkugeln pellets, that's pretty darn good consistency.

I don't have a lot of confidence in the scope either. The point of impact of the pellets on the target are not really moving in the correct proportion to the number of scope clicks. Sometimes 1 inch up at 25 yards is 16 clicks, sometimes it is 6 clicks??????? I may (UPDATE - did replace) replace the scope too after I replace the trigger.

One last thing, the trigger is AWFUL.
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