Benjamin® Trail NP™ Hardwood .22 Caliber Air Rifle Combo
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- .22 caliber
- Break-barrel rifles
- Checkered hardwood stock
- Nitro Piston™ technology
- Up to 70% quieter than other air rifles
- 3–9x40 CenterPoint™ scope
- Velocity: 950 fps
Rugged .22 caliber break-barrel rifles make shooting fun. Checkered hardwood stock; Nitro Piston™ technology; up to 70% quieter than other air rifles. 3–9x40 CenterPoint™ scope. Weight: 6.65 lbs. Length: 43". Velocity: 950 fps.
Manufacturer model #: BT9M22WNP.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12
Rated 4 out of 5
by Squirrelops Nice Gun
Nice Gun, Good Scope, Shoots Well Right Out Of The Box
Took Less Then 10 Shots To Zero The Scope. Yours Might Differ , But Mine Was on Point. Very Clear Scope. Smooth Cocking Of The Barrel. Good Gun For Small Game Hunting.
October 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zenchman Great gun for the money!
First, I want to say that I own a Gamo Whisper, a Hatsan sniper, etc. This is a GREAT gun. Accurate right out of the box, smooth action all around.
The stock is very comfortable and after a little tweaking on the mounts, the scope is pretty decent as well. Took a little while to get sighted in, but its a tack driver now. My only complaint is that you have to double-check that the barrel is seated correctly after loading..it tends to want to spring back open just a bit.
Not enough to worry about, but can affect accuracy if you are not careful. It is MUCH quieter that the Gamo whisper and the Hatsan sniper. Feels like a much more precision rifle. I would recommend it to a friend and would definitely buy again if someone liberated this one from me.
April 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1froghunter good gun
I like this gun although a little heavy it is a great shooter,at 30 yards I have a one inch group.may I recommend to people who are having trouble with accurracy not to rest gun on hard surface,this is a problem with most airguns, the recoils seems to be amplified.
April 3, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by CajunAirgunner Needs A Set Screw!!!
Hi everyone! I purchased this springer and hoped it would be absolutely accurate. Well, it can be. But... This thing is a beast with recoil and because of that Locktite just won't cut it for the barrel bolt assembly. The problem is that the barrel pivot joint bolt comes loose every 20 shots or so. This is even after applying blue loctite and letting it cure for 24 hrs. I did this twice and the results were the same. I sighted the springer in dead on 5 times and 5 times the POI changed due to the pivot bolt loosening. The solution is simple. Just drill and thread a set screw on both flat edges of the tube that will grab hold of the pivot bolt once you have applied Hulk torgue to it. If this were done I can see no flaws with the rifle, as the trigger is an easy fix. Just remove the return spring and swap it for a lighter one. Other than that a good lubing of chrome moly paste would do it good and then you have an Awesome springer. I would have given 5 but crosman needs to fix this!
March 21, 2012
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