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Benjamin NPS Air Rifle Combo- .22 Cal

With CenterPoint 3-9x40mm Scope

Benjamin NPS Air Rifle Combo- .22 Cal

Was $179.99
  • MSRP $320.00
  • Code: 32050 · 0.22 cal · 1000 fps
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Nitro Piston technology provides dramatically reduced noise and recoil, making the Benjamin NPS an excellent pick for varmint control and small game hunting. The all-weather stock handles any weather condition and features an adjustable cheek piece for ideal cheek weld. The NPS delivers smooth cocking, quick locking time and reduced vibration, with blistering velocities of up to 1000 fps with Alloy & 850 FPS (standard lead). The CenterPoint scope features an adjustable objective, range estimating reticle and target adjustable windage and elevation turrets.

Features:

  • Nitro Piston® Technology
  • Single-shot; Break Barrel Action
  • Rifled Steel Bull Barrel
  • 11mm Dovetail Grooves
  • 28 lbs. Cocking Effort
  • Ambidextrous Adjustable Cheekpieces (vertical adjustment)
  • All-Weather Synthetic Stock
  • 2-stage Adjustable Trigger
  • Sleek Black Carbon Fiber
  • Textured Forearm and Thumbhole Grip
  • Gas Piston Reduces Vibratio
  • Durable Carbon-Fiber Stock
  • Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 3-9x40 AO scope & Dovetail Rings

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    Specs
    • ManufacturerBenjamin
    • Caliber0.22 cal
    • Velocity1000 fps
    • Airgun MechanismGas piston
    • Ammo TypePellets
    • Magazine Capacity1
    • Airgun UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
    • Airgun RailDovetail Mount
    • Overall Length43.87"
    • Barrel StyleRifled
    • Fire ModeSingle Shot
    • Cocking Effort28 lbs
    • Gun Weight6.98 lbs
    • Product ConditionNew
    • Warranty1 Year Limited
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    Reviews
    Benjamin NPS Air Rifle Combo- .22 Cal
    4.5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
    Ed
    United States
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Gun So far
    January 6, 2014
    I just got my gun in a few days ago. and the weather has been cold but I have filled my pellet pen up and go out side and shoot 20 rounds or so and back in to warm. But I was impressed when I got the gun out of the box. Love the weight it's not as heavy as some of my other gun's. The stock fits me well I am 5'11". the smooth cocking awesome you can tell that the gun has some real craftsmanship in it. everything is free but not loose. The instructions say it takes a hundred shots or so to quieten down some and it has it makes more noise when it hits the target then when fired. Just a real good gun. And on top of that it is Made in the USA with some other parts. It shoots hard and I was a little worried about the trigger. it is great, mine does have a long first stage but I am already used to that. the sec. trigger is smooth..and the Scope is a good scope clear, and the mount is awesome. it's strong. Better get one while they are on sale.
    Pros:
    Weight ,Scope, Quietness Power ,over all feel.
    Cons:
    The only con I have is the safety. I do like the automatic safety that a lot of other brands offer. But this is not made for kids in the first place. no matter there age I know some 35 year old kids. so as long as you treat it with respect. shouldn't be a problem.

    Roger
    Iron, MN
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Benjamin NPS .22 cal
    January 2, 2014
    This rifle shot well out of the box, With no break-in and no particular attention to technique, the first five shots at 10 yards could be covered with the tip of your thumb. The trigger felt better than I had expected, and the scope looks pretty fair for a combo.
    Pros:
    Nice combination of good power with relatively easy, smooth cocking. Husky scope mount with a built-in stop Considerably quieter than my old spring-piston
    Cons:
    Faux carbon stock (thumb hole grip in particular) is not as comfortable as it could have been Minimum AO scope focus is 30 feet at max 9X (Image blurs at less distance, but still usable)

    josh
    LaGrange, GA
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Does what I need and not too much more
    October 22, 2013
    After 100-200 benjamin hollow points the accuracy is not 100 percent. I'm now getting groups of half an inch from 30 yards. VERY difficult to sight in the scope.
    Pros:
    Great carbon fiber synthetic stock, adjustable cheek weld and easy quick reach safety. Quick sighting scope allows for fast vermin shots.
    Cons:
    Trigger is bad. Had to adjust everything tremendously. Had to adjust the scope around 15 inches at 25 feet. Horribly inaccurate until at least 150 rounds sent. Better suited for left hand shot due to weird ergo grip. No weaver mount. No open sights. After awhile shooting you get a bruised shoulder from pellet rifle kick forward (I never get bruised up with any firearms cause I hold them correctly.)



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