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Benjamin Trail break barrel air rifles are the first to feature the all new Nitro Piston Elite™ system featuring an upgraded powerplant and all-new, enhanced Clean Break Trigger (CBT™).
The new Trail guns shoot 15% faster and deliver 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 rifles also include an integrated sound suppression system that makes the gun quieter than ever.
And every gun is put together by American workers in our manufacturing headquarters in Bloomfield, New York.
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. The All-Weather synthetic stock features a thumbhole configuration with rubber recoil pad.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.THIS PRODUCT CAN EXPOSE YOU TO CHEMICALS INCLUDING LEAD, WHICH IS KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER AND BIRTH DEFECTS OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM. FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO WWW.P65WARNINGS.CA.GOV
- Technical Specs
SKU BTN292SX Caliber .22 Powerplant Nitro Piston 2 Lead Pellet Velocity Up to 950 fps Alloy Pellet Velocity Up to 1100 fps Steel BB Velocity No Action Break Barrel Length No Product Weight 8.00 lbs Air Reservoir No Barrel Material Steel Rifled Barrel No Barrel Type Rifled Buttpad No Camo Pattern No Checkering No Cocking Effort 30 lbs FPE $26.00 Foot Pounds of Energy (FPE) No Joules No Front Sight None Rear Sight N/A Material Synthetic Magazine N/A Mounting Rail Picatinny Noise Suppression Yes Trigger Two Stage Stock Style Thumbhole Included Optics No Sling Mounts Included Yes Sling Mount Type No Stock Material Synthetic Safety Lever Rings included? No
Benjamin Trail NP2 Synthetic (.22) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14.Rated 5 out of 5 by Eduardo Hernandez from Very accurate I bought it in PB Dionisio, dealer of Crosman in the Philippines and excellent performance. The only that I don't like is a screw in the trigger for the adjustment of 2nd stage is very tight and easily to damage the philips screw head.Date published: 2018-11-27Rated 4 out of 5 by Superdave from Solid rifle Had the NP2 for a while now, 3000 or so shots. Very smooth cocking and just a thump from the piston. Trigger was kinda heavy, upgraded that and now its a decent, accurate rifle. Wish it had open sights, would be awesome thenDate published: 2018-11-12Rated 5 out of 5 by Mr C from Great So Far! I have had this gun for several years. I cannot say I have shot it a lot, but the tins of pellets I have fired, show it to be quite good a capable of stacking pellets on top of each other at 10 yards. I have a comment regarding my findings: The inaccuracy I first experienced was due to a pellet seating issue. A seating tool is a must, until the loading breech barrel edge gets countersunk a tad. That change made my accuracy problems go away. I had thought my scope was loosing the zero, but it does not. Issue was me 100%. I am an airgun collector(somewhat) 75+ through the years and about 40 in the stable today. Wish I could name them here but they include, pistols, rifles, replica's, custom built/mod'ed, and more. I have enjoyed most of them. I live in Canada and have an FAC/PAL, but was not able to get the FAC/PAL rated version up here, so my Benjamin Trail NP2 Synthetic .22 is the 495fps version. I love this gun, quite and accurate. It has taken many squirrels, cleanly at 15 yards or so. It is a full sized gun and bit heavy but very well balanced. I have found it best suited to sniping rather than stocking (IMO). It is definitely one of my favorites. Robert C. Barrie, Ontario, CanadaDate published: 2018-12-17Rated 5 out of 5 by Stormin Norman from Great for pest control I purchased this rifle back in April of 2017 for pest control purposes. I previously used a Crosman Powermaster 760 .177 for small pest such as squirrels and chipmunks however due to the increasing number of home gardens popping up around me, larger pest have started to move in, and a .177 rifle was not powerful enough to dispatch them, most times all it did was scare them and they would run off for a couple of days. I spent nearly four months watching and reading reviews on .22 air rifles that were affordable to me. After thousands of reviews, I decided on the Benjamin Trail NP2. I wanted to order one with the hardwood stock, but they were out of stock and would not be available for at least 8-10 weeks, so I puchased the synthetic stock model. As others have stated, accuracy was horrible during the break-in period but greatly improved the more that it was shot. The manual states that it may take up to 100 shots for break-in, but in my case, I did not see sufficient accuracy till after 500 shots. Since my break-in period, I have taken a couple of hundred squirrels, 2 ground hogs, 4 raccoons and a couple dozen jackrabbits. As for the scope that came with the rifle, it may not be top of the line, maybe not even the middle of the line, but I find it sufficient for my purposes and distances that I shoot.Date published: 2018-11-25Rated 5 out of 5 by DataDriven from Good balance, good power, stiff trigger This rifle is quieter than my other air rifle, but it is by no means whisper quiet. I like the feel and balance of this rifle. It comes to the shoulder just right with the scope lined up to my eye just like it should and the picatinny rail for the scope mount is a plus. The cross-hairs in the scope were a little fuzzy as it came from the factory, but after adjusting the focus they came very sharp. The instructions were not completely clear on this. There is a knurled locking ring that you first must release, then turn the eyepiece until the cross-hairs are sharp and black. Then tighten the locking ring. I am perfectly satisfied with this scope now. I measured the trigger pull with a Timney trigger scale. It varied a little from shot to shot, but averaged about 8-1/2 lbs, much too stiff for optimal accuracy. It does have good feel and breaks cleanly though. The trigger is adjustable for travel and adjusting that changed the pull weight a little as well. By increasing the first stage travel a lot (and decreasing second stage travel), the pull dropped to about 7-1/2 lbs, still much stiffer than I like. Except for the trigger pull, I really like this rifle, so I will be looking into an aftermarket trigger assembly. Unlike my other air rifle, this one does not set the safety on cocking. It is ready to fire as soon as cocked. You must manually set the safety each time.Date published: 2018-08-01Rated 4 out of 5 by pChris from Review for Benjamine Trail .22 synthetic stock I bought the NP2 in .22 caliber after looking at a lot of air rifles. I has shot just under 500 rounds so far. At the first the accuracy was not good at all, it had huge swing in all directions, though i could keep most shots on the 8.5 X 11 paper. Luckily the sales parson had told me that it would not shoot consistently for at least the first 250 rounds and he was right. Once I shot the first tin of pellets it started to settle in and hit more consistently. At just under 500 rounds at 15 yards I am now getting 4 out of 5 shots in a 2-3 inch grouping, and it seems to get better every time I shoot it. I am using a lock-in adjustable varmint rest to test consistency. Even now my more often than not my first 5-10 shots will be all over the paper, but that's getting better as well. Today I was able to put 20 shots in a 3 inch circle freehand with a chair-back for a rest. that's the best it has done so far. The power is great, I am shooting the cheapest Daisy pellet I could find (recommended by the sales person) at a 1.5 inch phone book taped on 3 sides to keep it from seperating and at 15 yards I was getting an 1" to 1.25 inchs of penetration. I then compared the Benjimine hollow point to the Daisy sharp point and to my suprise I got almost a 1/2 inch deeper penetration with the hollow point. I put a target on a 2" piece of polystyrofome (the blue stuff) and both the hollow point and the sharp point pellet go right through it. Tomorrow I plan to take my 22 LR out and compare it to the Air Rille, I suspect the results will be pretty close. The only down side i have found so far is the scope is a little cheap. Ill just buy a new one but it would be nice if an upgrade scope was offered. It doesn't have rear open sights so in an emergency I don't have the option. and third would be the my inability to find a decent quick loader for the 22.. it would be great if they offered something in a brass or metal instead of the cheap plastic. But other than that I have no complaints.. I'm anticipating a lot of plinking this summer and fall..Date published: 2018-03-19
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