MADE IN USA!
Nitro Piston technology provides dramatically reduced noise and recoil, making the Benjamin NPS an excellent pick for varmint control and small game hunting. The all-weather stock handles any weather condition and features an adjustable cheek piece for ideal cheek weld. The NPS delivers smooth cocking, quick locking time and reduced vibration, with blistering velocities of up to 1200 fps. The CenterPoint scope features an adjustable objective, range estimating reticle and target adjustable windage and elevation turrets.
- All-weather, ambidextrous thumbhole stock
- Adjustable cheek piece
- Carbon fiber look
- CenterPoint 3-9x40mm adjustable objective scope
- Dovetail mounting rail
- Bull barrel
- Rifled steel barrel with integrated shroud
- Adjustable, two-stage trigger
- 18 foot pounds of energy (fpe)
NOT A TOY. THIS AIRGUN IS RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT USE ONLY. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.
- Model Number32040
- Pellet VelocityUp to 1000 fps
- Alloy Pellet VelocityUp to 1200 fps
- Weight6.975 lbs
- Length43.87 in
- MechanismBreak Barrel
- Power SourceNitro Piston
- CapacitySingle Shot
- BarrelRifled Steel
- Optics RailPicatinny Style
- Optics3-9x40 mm AO
- ColorCarbon fiber
Nice looking gun but accuracy sucks!!!!!
I'm sick and tired of the poor quality from Crosman! This is my third Benjamin with a nitro piston and they all suck! I tried the Benjamin Genesis twice and I ended up taking both back! They were great guns as far as everything but the accuracy, the second one was pretty good as far as grouping but it had very bad barrel droop even with shiming the scope I couldn't bring it up high enough! This gun here is good in many ways such as overall design and feel. It has what I believe to be the best scope from factory you can find. They made great effort in making a better trigger but it still needs a little more work, I think the pull is still a little to heavy!! I don't like the adjustable cheek piece because the way you have to adjust it is very ridiculous, takes to much, it says drive pins out but I have had no luck and it feels like I'm hurting my gun!! As far as shooting it I feel like I could shoot this thing all day! Its pretty quiet although not as quiet as I hoped! I can do great with the gun for a while then things go south because the barrel will not stay tight at pivot! I put thread locker on it and it still backs out, just not as fast and that's were my problem is!!!!! Crosman I have given your np guns three tries and have had no luck, and what's sad is I really feel stupid because I have a Trail Np .22 hardwood on order! I really hope I can figure this crap out or get some help from Crosman because I keep buying their guns because I like the look and ergonomics of many of their guns and I also like the fact that they add things such as the weaver style rail and sling mounts. I really like this gun overall but it angers me to purchase a gun that is supposed to perform better than a gun half the price! I have a Crosman Furry and get great groups with it, 3/8" at 50'. I can get 1/2" groups standing off hand! That's sad in my opinion because that's a $100 gun not $200! I hate shooting the fury for extended periods of time because it just wears me out and that's why I bought this .177 cal so I hope I can figure out a way to stop the pivot pin from backing out!
Benjamin NPS (.177)
Had it for a couple of months and it shoots great, and is very quiet. Scope that came with it was not too good. The crosshairs would turn every 10 shots no matter how hard you screwed it down, so it was something internal. Overall a great air rifle with tons of power and accuracy.
Benjamin NPS (.177) Model 32040
By SSG Johnzo
This is my first nitro piston rifle. I've heard that for colder temperatures, they were better than your usual springer and one could leave them in a cocked mode for longer than a springer. I was not going to purchase one though, as all the ones that I saw here were manufactured in China.
Well, Crosman had them on sale for 50% off, free Destroyer pellets and free shipping! "OK I said, they're cheap enough, maybe I'll risk it". The "free" shipping was $2.50, probably for the pellets which were shipped in a separate box. The box said "Made in USA with some foreign components". BONUS! I'm helping to keep SOME jobs here in the States!
The scope mounted easily and the one piece mount seems secure. Zeroing after boresighting with a laser boresighter took about 4 groups of shots. I find the trigger smooth, with a little bit of creep but I've had a lot worse.
Now, the day that I'm doing this is a little on the windy side but with this rifle, you wouldn't know it. On the instruction sheet, I had read "There may be up to a 100 shot break-in period. During this period accuracy may be inconsistent and your gun may seem loud. This will improve as the nitro gas piston breaks in." In my experience with this rifle, I would say if this indeed is true, I'm in for a "wicked sweet" air rifle! With the aforementioned wind, I've been "ventilating" soda cans but if you hold this guy right, EVERY SHOT is in the can at 25 meters!
I can't wait for a calm day so I can see how it really groups.
So far in my humble opinion, you can't go wrong buying this air rifle.
If you want a gun that is extremely quiet and can shoot amazing groupings, this is the gun for you.
Ive had this gun for about a month and Ive taken out a number of small game with it.
Great,accurate,reliable and quiet.
By Quincy C.
I've had this air rifle for several years, and lets just say its payed its rent. It can shoot a quarter sized group at 50 yards, which is a lot to ask of even an air rifle like the Benjamin Marauder. Living in Colorado, we have a lot of wildlife around, and some of those i would prefer not to come close to the house (Bobcats, coyotes, raccoons, badgers, etc.) and the NPS can handle any one of them, and just with a .177 caliber! If you are looking for a gun to handle any sort of pest or varmint, and don't want to bust your budget, this is definitely the one for you!
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