Trail NP All Weather (.22)
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The Trail NP All Weather features a durable, all weather synthetic stock. This rugged break barrel boasts an impressive 23 ft-lbs of muzzle energy, providing for 16% more downrange energy than .177 caliber and features velocities of up to 950 fps*.
- Model NumberBT9M22SNP
- Pellet VelocityUp to 800 fps
- Alloy Pellet VelocityUp to 950 fps
- Weight8.3 lbs
- Length44.5 in.
- MechanismBreak Barrel
- Power SourceNitro Piston
- CapacitySingle Shot
- BarrelRifled Steel
- Optics RailPicatinny Style
- Optics3-9x40 mm AO
Trail NP All Weather (.22)
Well worth the money.
Trail NP All Weather
Trail NP All Weather (.22) A WINNER!!!!!!!
wal-mart is great ...for once
By Squirrel slayer
Great gun but don't get it from walmart
Great gun for the money
Trail all weather
What's the problem ??
By don w
the best performing pellets i've found so far are the JSB heavy match (18.3 grain) but the crosman premier hollow points are close behind; i often shoot distances in excess of 50 yards and the heavier pellet does better.
it is NOT a long distance "Tack driver"...even with the heavier JSB pellets, the best i can do with it is 1.75" @ 56 yards and it does NOT lack "knock-down" power at that range on small game.
when i first received the rifle (brand new) it did have accuracy issues; even after the factory recommended 100-200 round 'break in'.
i decided that, since i'm a perpetual tinkerer, i would replace the piston seal, and install a delrin spacer on the NP as well as replace the scope, that it would benefit; it did.
it is, after many, many more 'break in' rounds, doing very well.
if a person is willing to undertake the 'fixes' IF they're present when you get the rifle, it's a very fine rifle, well suited for plinking and small game
Great rifle with no problems
I shot approximately 100-150 pellets then ran a cleaning rod through the barrel before the final zero in of the scope. I set the target at exactly 25 yards. My first pellet hit high and to the left so I made the adjustments I thought might be needed. The next two pellets hit center but were still high so I made one additional adjustment, shot three more pellets and called it good with all three touching and inside the center ring.
I have made not further adjustments to this rifle in two years and it’s just as accurate as ever. I have only used Crosman (hunting) pellets so I don’t know how it would shoot with something else.
All in all this is a fine rifle shoots straight, and I have no problems with it. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a target or small game gun.
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By mr mee
.22 trail np all weather
Cannot Zero This Gun
By W Hammond
Benjamin Trail All Weather 22
Great air rifle for the money
Best Customer Support hands down!
UPS arrived the other day w/ a brand new one in an unopened box !!! I forgot to mention the original one had a opened box. It was missing the sling too, but it was the only one they had and couldn't wait.... I swapped triggers and finally got the scope to zero! This gun is HEAVY, but it hits! I'm grouping 1/2" at 40yrds and 1/8" groups at 20yrds on a rest!!! My next thing to get are some shooting sticks! Your arm will be screaming if you're not used to it.
If you have any problems w/ the gun, CALL Crossman! They have the BEST customer service I've seen in a long time! They are very nice people and I can't thank them enough for making this right!!!
Thanks again Kim,
Trail np All Weather
DO NOT BUY
lots of work to make mine accurate
good but with some problems
weary of this gun
Absolutely love it
Benjamin trail .22- not sure yet
By Bill From Pa.
I'm using Crosman hollow point ammo. Can't find anything else local for now..
I am dying with jealousy with all of the reviews that say how great their rifle shoots.
I won't give up up too soon. I may try putting the scope from my other airgun on.
Wish me luck!
By Mike From Canada
Bench rested it makes a nice, barely ragged hole. I hit my target every time. The artillery hold is VERY comfortable on the slightly unusual under-barrel grip.
I would recommend this rifle to most anyone. The AO scope and the excellent groupings with the CPHP pellets OUT OF THE BOX has me believing Benjamin can put together a great shooter - and they have delivered with the trail all weather.
Aside from the trigger (which is easily upgraded if you need to make it crisper) there is not a thing I would want done differently.
Thanks Crosman/Benjamin :)
Benjamin Trail NP All Weather winner customer service
By Mike from Virginia Beach
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By kirk from ohio
Crosman/ Benjamin Trail NP .22 All weather
I'm keeping the all-weather and selling the wood stock NP to a friend.
Fantastic, second time around
An excellent air rifle:Benjamin Trail NP .22
Great deal but bad results!
Benjamin Trail NP .22
Listen to me
By Listen to me
One of the best .22 caliber Airguns on on the market
By Wyoming Dad
First, the weight. The gun, stock, scope, and provided sling weigh about 8 lbs. There is a reason for this just like with your typical .30-06 or .270. In shooting, sniping, and tournament circles rifle weight is critical for accuracy. Military experimentation with mission after mission and tournament after tournament has shown a few facts to consider. With a lower weight rifle - say about 4-5 lbs as you look through the scope you'll notice it is difficult to hold steady (bobbing), isn't quite as balanced, and recoil tends be transferred to the shooter (not a big deal in this case, but it is hard to continue looking through the scope as you shoot because you momentarily lose sight of target). However, the heavier the rifle is the harder it is to transport and be comfortable packing around. The magic number over the years seems to be in the 8 lb area. Thus, it is inherently more accurate and can be a great training tool as this may be similar to your regular hunting rifle. It feels like holding a 7mm Mag and looks like it. No complaints about that!
Second the pellet groups, accuracy, and pellet weights. Just like the expert air rifle professionals advise, every rifle is different and takes time to break in. The instructions state that it may take up to 100 shots to do this. But, in my experience I have found it advisable to start with a tin or two of the pellets Crosman recommends (don't forget the RMC Oil every few hundred shots that Crosman also recommends) and make personal choices from there. I have used the Crosman Premier .22 cal hollowpoints from my local Wal-mart to break in. From there, this gun is accurate as the ammo you can find that it likes. Some online have blamed the gun, but in my experience it is the ammo (heavy emphasis here if the gun likes it and it may not hurt to try several to let the rifle decide what it likes) and sometimes the shooter pulling on the trigger. Notes: I have found a lot of positive reviews for JSB Polymags that are about 16gr. Another thing to think about: this gun was designed by the engineers for 14 some odd grain ammo. Some have suggested staying between 12-18 gr and avoiding anything lower or higher as this could damage the seals or possibly the nitro piston. I do not know if that is the case, but something to think about.
The Center Point scope is a good value for what you pay. Pretty clear glass, minimal fringing, Mil-dots, and easy to adjust turrets are very useful. However, this is not a rough tough scope. I have had the scope get knocked off in a padded case while bouncing around in a side by side. That's not healthy on any scope, but if you have it bouncing around in a truck, trunk of a car, atv, etc. just be aware that it was not designed for substantial impacts and may get knocked off. If this bothers you, there is always another scope out there.
Quiet: this air rifle is very quiet. Reminds me of hearing a .223 with suppressor. I've been out with guys and theirs spring powered rifles with included silencers (nothing wrong with springs . . . there are some great guns out there with springs) and can easily hear the Boing!! 25 yards away. When I shoot all I hear is a quiet phsssft!
Note on power: It has ~25 ft lbs at the muzzle and around 850-950 fps. A typical .22 rimfire has ~70-80 ft lbs at the muzzle and is 1000-1200 fps. For a 1 cock/pump airgun this is pretty substantial and impressive. I can blow through 3/4" MDF at 30 yds just like the rimfire. Less ft lbs to the airgun, but the picture is clear. Lots of power. The ricochet at 50 yds sounds just like a rimfire. The manual states it may be dangerous up to 700 yards. Enough said.
Background: I hunt gophers and prairie dogs that live on and border a local golf course. This gun with the right ammo can take them in excess of 50 yards. (Sidenote: if you ever hear someone complaining about the how prairie dogs are being displaced from their natural habitat by houses, construction, and the like - here's something to consider. Before the golf course was here (new addition) there were very few (numbering in the hundreds) of "dogs". Now, with all the green grass they can munch, there are literally thousands. Hmm, if construction really destroys prairie dog habitat, then why do we have more than we ever did before? Maybe someone is regurgitating a false premise with a false theory with no scientific evidence or flawed studies with agenda'd outcomes? Anyway, without bait and airguns they can overpopulate causing: the spread of disease, destroy other types of native plants, the fairways, greens, etc.)
For someone who reads the above and thinks that shooting is cruel & we should use a more natural means just observe a coyote, badgers, or hawk take down a "dog." Pretty rough way to go. Crosman is much more humane. We have tried the coyotes and hawks, but they typically can't get as many as we need. Oh - badgers, coyotes, and golfers don't mix well. They usually chase the golfers.
THANKS CROSMAN AND BENJAMIN!!
Benjamin Trail NP .22
Well built, but a waste of money for me.
I have taken over 40 squirrels, 1 shot kills out to 60 yds, 2 fox, over 75 crows, 100's of blackbirds, piogens. I just love to shoot this gun, and it accurate with a variaty of pellets, as you can tell I shoot a lot, the gun is VERY quiet and accurate, get one , you wont regret it! (Oh yes, .177 cal. is next, of course its the" Benjamin Trail NP )
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By Tom's Backyard Hobby
Back to holding patter; 25 yards; 9 out of 10 shots inside the diameter of a nickle when i sighted it in. All the knockdown power you need for small game and again so quite. This has to be one of the best if not the best price / vaule air guns on the market, i would highly recommend you take a serious look at the NP Trail, looking forward to years of enjoyment out of it.
Trail NP All Weather
The gun when shooting a 14.3 grain Discovery hollow point, only drops to half a mil at 50 yards (With lubed pellets) when sighted in at 20. I was impressed with this as well. As far as penetration goes, the pellets go slap through a 1/4th inch piece of plywood and into a tree about 1/4th inch. This gun is very silent ( Way quieter than my GAMO Silent Cat). If you are looking for a flat shooting air rifle with plenty of knockdown power, I recomend this gun to anyone!
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