Nitro Piston 2 On The Range January 21, 2014 Featured, Shot Show Twitter0Facebook0LinkedIn0 Nitro Piston 2 was a hit of SHOT Show’s Media Day at the Range. Here are some of the reactions to the all-new breakthrough powerplant. 19 Responses Tom Atwood January 24, 2014 Question where can we test fire these rifles before we buy, I live in Geneseo New York not that far from your factory. Thank you Thomas Atwood chunnicutt January 24, 2014 We’ll have them at the Northeast Regional Field Target Championship we host at the factory in July. brian January 26, 2014 Looks interesting. Would be really nice to see an ‘onshoring’ of your manufacturing improving build quality. Are these just assembled in USA or actually fully manufactured here? Also when do you see these hitting the European market at 12/6ft/lb to give the British & German Mfr a wake up call ? Bit of ground to be made up there after the less than favourable reviews the Nitro 1 variants received. Well done for being innovative. jerry January 30, 2014 when will the marauder in wood stock be released for sale ? chunnicutt January 30, 2014 Look for it this summer. RON February 11, 2014 I’m thinking of buying a new air rifle and I like the sound of the np2 looks like a great gun when will it be coming out on the market chunnicutt February 13, 2014 Look for it in May. jon February 12, 2014 when is the benjamin trail np2 going to be able to buy and what will be the retale? chunnicutt February 13, 2014 Look for it in May with prices ranging from $299 – $350. neil k March 3, 2014 will we ever see a .20 cal break barrel from crosman? chunnicutt March 6, 2014 We do not comment on unannounced products. Gary Holzman March 4, 2014 Are the NP2 powerplants fgoing to be restricted to your upper price Benjamine line, or also to the crossman line? and any other brands you badge for? chunnicutt March 6, 2014 Nitro Piston 2 will first appear in the Trail line then it will make its way to all our Benjamin/Crosman products by Spring 2015. It will not be available as a conversion kit. Ore March 9, 2014 I was about to buy a Hatsan. After reading about the NP2, I have decided to hold off. I want to purchase a .22. Can you tell me what the real FPE will be? What would the real ft/s be with a led 14.3 grain pellet? For the life of me, I don’t understand why manufacturers use alloy pellets to advertise their fp/s. Who shoots with alloy pellets? I think you lose credibility. That is one of the things that attracted me to Hatsan in the first place. Their advertised ft/s are real world and conservative. If the marketing hype on the np2 is 75% true, I am a buyer. chunnicutt March 10, 2014 The numbers are real. And they are fantastic. Bill May 9, 2014 A few days ago I got a new Benjamin Trail NP XL 1100. I can’t seem to keep the scope stable. Had to put Loctite Blue on the mount, but now the scope is sliding within the rings. Plus I am 70 years old and the cocking force is rediculous. I have shot about 200 rounds so far. I am thinking aobut returning the NP XL to Walmart and am strongly considering the new NP2 .22 wood stock. Did you say the advertised numbers are for real? Is it really pretty much as advertised, allowing for a little embellishment?? Thanks. I need to know so I can make a decision. One of your biggest retailers said he thought the new NP2 would be so-so??. That discouraged me. chunnicutt May 21, 2014 The numbers are real. Bill May 9, 2014 After you answer my prior question placed at 6:55 PM (EST) concerning the realistic numbers for the NP2, and if the response is encouraging, is there any advantage to pre-ordering directly from Crosman or is it best to use a company such as Pyramid Air? Would Crosman guarantee my satisfaction and let me return it if I am not happy with it for reasons such as the scope won’t stay mounted stable and so on? chunnicutt May 21, 2014 Please see the warranty information included with your rifle for our return policies.