Benjamin Trail NP Air Pistol (.177)

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Benjamin Trail NP Air Pistol (.177)
The world's first Nitro Piston-powered break barrel pistol (Model: BBP77)

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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.

"I like it! Decent rear sight, manageable recoil, useful cocking assist handle, and enough power to defend the birdfeeder at close range, fun to shoot." - Jock Elliott, airgun authority

Technical Specs
Caliber .177
Powerplant Nitro Piston
Lead Pellet Velocity Up to 525 fps
Alloy Pellet Velocity Up to 625 fps
Steel BB Velocity No
Action Break Barrel
Length No
Product Weight 3.44 lbs
Air Reservoir No
Barrel Material Steel
Rifled Barrel No
Barrel Type Rifled
Buttpad No
Camo Pattern No
Checkering No
Cocking Effort 20 lbs
FPE $4.80
Foot Pounds of Energy (FPE) No
Joules No
Front Sight Fiber Optic
Rear Sight Adjustable
Material Synthetic
Magazine N/A
Mounting Rail Dovetail
Noise Suppression No
Trigger Single Stage
Stock Style Polymer Pistol
Included Optics No
Sling Mounts Included No
Sling Mount Type No
Stock Material Synthetic
Safety Crossbolt
Rings included? No
Benjamin Trail NP Air Pistol (.177) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can be Accurate! My first pellet pistol has been a mixed bag of performance, but has settled out to be a winner! All break-in and subsequent accuracy testing mentioned below were with Benjamin 7.9g premium HP lead pellets, Hand-Held Indoors at 10 yard distances. Upon receiving my 1st Trail NP, took it through it's 250 round break-in period that in the end, were giving me tight 1" groupings at 10 yards with the included iron sights...Nice! However to get there, had to have the windage dialed 35 clicks hard right and the elevation dialed all the way down and even bent a little further to achieve a bulls eye POI...not good. Then discovered the fixed front sight was canted 3.8 degrees right, causing the need for the extreme rear sight settings. Since I was left with little right windage adjustment for outside target shooting, I Exchanged for a 2nd pistol. With the 2nd pistol, the front sight was canted 1.8 degrees to the right. After break-in, needed 20 clicks to the right of windage and 15 clicks up of elevation to achieve a desired bulls eye POI. I could have possibly lived with that, but during the first 200 rounds, I had shot to shot dieseling and smoking that eventually leveled out, but with a reduction in velocity. I got a chronograph to see what was going on and measured an average of 20% reduction of the OEM rating 525fps (lead pellets). Apparently, the piston had been over-oiled (new from the factory), causing some damage to the seal. Additionally, the blued- steel finish on the barrel and receiver was very flat and had a some blotching areas. Alas, this also went back for another exchange. So far, seems 3rd time Is the charm! The front sight is perfectly 90 deg squared on the muzzle (no cant left or right). Out of the box with windage dead even and elevation at zero, was hitting around my POI with an occasional flyer. Break-in time was much quicker (100 rounds) with almost zero dieseling and very little smoke. This pistol was peaking close to 560fps with my Benjie 7.9g HP's and after break in (about 150 rounds), leveled out with 5-group averages of 540fps ! Out of those 150, I had very few ricochets with 98% of the lead embedded in my 3" target wood backstop! My last 5-shot group the other day was a descent 1" grouping (still using the iron sights). I then installed a RR red\green dot reflex scope and was able to get sighted in to punching 1\2" bulls eye POI targets at 10yds. This .177 shoots quietly, just 75db 6" down from the muzzle and measured at ear level (all indoors), but I usually use hearing protection anyway. The trigger measures the rated 7# and has been consistent with a steady even pull and break. The included pics are: 1\2" cross POI, a good 5-shot 1" grouping with Iron Sights. Then, installed a red dot scope and shot 4-shot groups at 1\2" POI bulls eyes (each with an "I pulled it" flyer). Haven't been able to take it outside yet to sight in at 25+ yards, but still have the maximum elevation travel for any distance adjustments. Overall, if you get a good one, it's an Accurate and Fun Shooter!
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lot of fun I use this for target practice . Its a lot of fun . I find the pistol to be heavy and don't care for the optic sights . They are hard to see through without the best of light conditions . I have mounted a laser and can shoot from the hip with it . that has worked out great . It pretty accurate just takes a lot of practice . Has a lot of punch as well . I would recommend this pistol . Mark
Date published: 2017-05-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good if u are Experient user! I loved the Pistol! Very good Quality and the design... i love it! The only problem i have is the Diesel Effect and i never lub the pistol! I have cleaning kit! A lot of smoke and the pellets some times dont even shot correctly. I'm afraid of my pistol have some issues, but i'm from Brazil.
Date published: 2017-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tres satisfait ! Achete il y a une semaine seulement mais je peux deja vous que c'est un tres bon achat. Bon rapport qualite prix, je suis tres satisfait.
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from medicore gun- JUNK trigger Pretty sad trigger. Had the pistol for over a month so plenty of rounds thru it. Pulled off the junk factory sights,put on a Tasco Red Dot and that can compensate for the barrel droop. What the heck were they thinking when they designed this? I have a lot better luck and more confidence in my old 1377. Save your $$
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from partridges galore Great buy, recommand, wish it came with a waist holder for carrying. PROS: accurate, hits hard, no CO2, not very loud, can hunt partridges* CONS: Little heavy for most, trigger is hard or need get used, piston gun so 1 shot-reload, inspect your gun before buying, sights sometimes disaligned. safety is easily removed Been carying this pistol in my backpack while moose hunting, been shooting partridges here and there on my way with this awesome pellet pistol. It is a little heavy to carry and I do not have a waist holder for this gun, but whatever the partridges just move when you are about to walk on them and fly a few steps away so I have time to get this pistol from my backpack and shoot em easy at around 10 yards. I shoot a box of 250 pellets not so long ago when I received this pistol, i got close enough grouping after a while I was stacking holes. I just knock the partridges and collect them. have fun great buy, cant wait to see the new mark version
Date published: 2017-09-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice looks I bought a trail np shoots good but the cocking sleeve broke can't find another one
Date published: 2017-10-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good idea poor execution! I just purchased this pistol on 09/21/17. The first thing I do with any gun is I test it. The first thing I noticed, it is well made, but the sights cannot be adjusted to hit on target at 10 meters, it shoots 3 inches low with the rear sight at it's highest elevation. I chronographed the first the 10 shots with 7.45 gn match wad cutter lead pellets, 323, 334, 351, 326, 346, 339, 346, 339, 325 ,321 fps, avg 335.0 fps. I was not impressed. The trigger is brutal, I ran the trigger adjust screw all the way out and in. All the way in the creep is heavy and very long before the trigger breaks. All the way out the screw is loose and subject to falling out due to vibration but the creep is lighter before the trigger breaks at 7.3 pounds. I then broke in the pistol by shooting 250 more pellets and chronographed 10 more rounds, 342, 351 323, 334 333, 329, 332, 359, 317, 329 average 334.992 fps. Consistent but not even close to the stated 525 fps for lead pellets after firing 270 pellets. The handle is a good size but the balance is too far forward. The molded grips are brutal for long shooting sessions, the nubs are large, sharp and deep causing pain after 50 or so shots. I resorted to cotton glove liners when I broke this pistol in. I did not check accuracy in my initial testing because I feel the barrel needs "seasoning" (1,000+ rounds) and cleaning before it's true potential is achieved. I feel this pistol needs repair of the nitrogen ram as it is only delivering 64.8 % of the rated power of 525 fps. I cannot see using this for pest control, the reason for my purchase, as it may only injure rats and mice shot at distances over 10 meters.
Date published: 2017-09-24
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