Mayhem® (.177)

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Mayhem® (.177)
NP Elite Powered Break Barrel Air Rifle (Model: BMN2Q7SX)

Availability: In stock

  • SBD market leading sound suppression
  • Front and rear sights
  • 3-9x40 mm scope with adjustable parallax
  • All-weather synthetic stock with soft touch inserts
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Adjustable, Two-stage Clean Break Trigger™
  • Picatinny rail
  • Sling Mounts (rear post/front loop)
  • .177 cal., 1400 fps, 23 fpe
Technical Specs
Caliber .177
Powerplant Nitro Piston 2
Lead Pellet Velocity Up to 1150 fps
Alloy Pellet Velocity Up to 1400 fps
Steel BB Velocity No
Action Break Barrel
Length No
Product Weight 7.40
Air Reservoir No
Barrel Material Steel
Rifled Barrel Yes
Barrel Type Rifled/Shrouded
Buttpad Rubber
Camo Pattern No
Checkering Yes
Cocking Effort No
FPE $23.00
Foot Pounds of Energy (FPE) 23
Joules No
Front Sight Fixed
Rear Sight Windage/Elevation Adjustable
Material Synthetic
Magazine No
Mounting Rail Picatinny
Noise Suppression Yes
Trigger Two Stage
Stock Style Ambidextrous
Included Optics 3-9x40 mm AO
Sling Mounts Included Yes
Sling Mount Type Rear Post / Front Post
Stock Material Synthetic
Safety Lever
Rings included? Picatinny
Mayhem® (.177) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mayhem .177 After 100 shots. For the pricepoint the included scope's clarity and accuracy is reasonable. Impact point did drift about 1" with various zoom and AO ranges up to the 30 yard max distance we shot at with Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum Domed 10.5 gr pellets. We haven't shot beyond 30 yards and feel power and accuracy should be more than adequate for any reasonable task/distance you'd expect of a .177. The Mayhem has serious power and range. Its notably quieter than my .177 Diana RWS 48 and the Mayhem is easier to cock. Do wish the Mayhem's safety would automatically engage each time it is cocked. Trigger pull feels heavy and is predictable. Rifle came with a very loose and rattling rear sight which was easy to correct. I probably voided my warranty by tightening the sight instead of sending the rifle back for a warranty repair. To tighten the rear sight I pushed sight down against the spring tension, counted the revolutions carefully while removing elevation screw and flipped the sight over on it's pivot point. Sight is secured with (2) tiny metric hex fasteners (3mm ?) Their threads were were covered in oil so I wiped them off with rubbing alcohol and used blue locite when re-installing. In summary, a nice shooting nicely priced rifle-scope package that I'd buy again. Rated 4 stars because of the QC issue with the rifle being shipped with a very loose rear sight.
Date published: 2017-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than most of the "Pro" reviews Things I liked: Almost everything. (.177; nearly 500 pellets) VERY Quiet, comfortable, Powerful, and reasonable recoil for so powerful a "springer". Easy to cock and no worrying... did I accidentally leave it cocked for hours! I also wanted it for cold winter use and no spring. The scope is way better than anticipated. I bought this model because it had the better scope rather than the Benjamin Trail NP2 as offered. Well worth it. I went on line and learned all I could about this series of guns and that made a difference including not only expectations but how to get the most out of it. Thus far I've used 5 different pellets both in weight and brand. It will literally zero with any of them, but the H&N Barracuda Match does stand out (superior manufacturing certainly helps). The H&N were far more consistent. Now I'm hitting a quarter @ 45 yards depending on wind. I do not have room to extend further at this time. The grips are soft and give a good hold. Balance is typical of this type of rife. Things I would have changed: It weighed in about a pound heavier (8.5) than advertised and I don't think that is just the scope. The rear hard site was loose and fell off after one evening of shooting. The front site seems to be plastic and 1 bump made a mark in it. This gun definitely took way more pellets to get a proper handle. In my case a couple patient, it is worth it. Now I know how it behaves with 5 different pellets of differing weights and brands. That was part of my travails. Yes, they are very different but I put up a 2x4 foot board with many targets and learned each characteristic (I do not have a reviewer's setup). I definitely would like to have had an automatic safety. What others should know: As one of Pyramyd's videos suggested, it does shoot best with the front hand under the fore stock. It did take time and patience to get it "right". My other 2 springers are less powerful and I expect less of them (cans). I was finally able to get the Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum to be accurate enough to plink every time. However, those pellets are tight, loose, and all in between. Considering this I was amused that I could use them reliably on cans. I wanted a cheap pellet for plinking. I am still learning the AO and just how accurate that is. The scope needed lock tight to stay in place as this is still a "springer" though gas. All in all I would definitely buy it again. I forgot to mention the trigger. It is stiff, but mine is completely smooth and consistent. Now at 700-800 pellets, I've been hitting a penny @ 36 yards 3 out of 5 times (H&N) and the other 2 typically quarter size. This is no wind in my yard. @ 43 yards (distances are relative to where I can place targets) I'm hitting 1".
Date published: 2017-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like it I liked it so much i ordered the .22 version. Very powerful. Gun is a little heavy for a young kid to run around the yard with. Nice Gun!
Date published: 2018-01-02
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