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Benjamin Trail NP®, Synthetic, .177 cal

Includes CenterPoint 3-9X40mm AO Scope and All Weather Stock

Benjamin Trail NP®, Synthetic, .177 cal

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  • Code: BT1K77SNP · 0.177 cal · 1200 fps ·
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The Trail NP air rifle features a black synthetic thumbhole stock. The ambi stock accommodates right-handed and left-handed shooters because it has raised cheekpieces on both sides of the buttstock. Use this air rifle for dispatching small garden pests, game such as rabbits and squirrels, and plinking. If you shoot a lightweight pellet so its velocity exceeds the speed of sound, it could result in your pellet breaking the sound barrier and the gun being louder than expected! You can use a heavier grained pellet to reduce velocity below 1,110 FPS.

Specifications:

  • Caliber - .177
  • Velocity: 1200 FPS
  • Weight: 8.00 lbs
  • Overall Length: 43.00"
  • Capacity: 1 Round
  • Cocking Effort:33 lbs.
  • Barrel: Rifled
  • Front Sight: None
  • Rear Sight: None
  • Scopeable: Weaver/Picatinny
  • Trigger Pull: 3.50 lbs
  • Buttpad: Ventilated rubber
  • Suggested for: Small game hunting/plinking
  • Action: Break barrel
  • Powerplant: Gas piston
  • Safety: Manual
  • Repeater: Single-shot

Features:

  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No Spring Torque
  • No Spring Fatigue; even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
  • Benjamin Trail NP (Nitro Piston)
  • Breakbarrel
  • Gas piston
  • Bull barrel
  • Ambidextrous thumbhole stock with twin raised cheekpieces
  • Textured grip & forearm
  • 70% quieter than most guns with metal mainsprings
  • Includes Weaver-style rings and unmounted CenterPoint Optics 3-9x40AO scope with mil-dot reticle
  • Sling swivel studs already mounted
  • Synthetic Stock
  • Includes: .177 Cal Benjamin Trail NP®, 3-9x40mm AO Scope, and 2 Piece Rings
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity1200 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • BlowbackNo
  • Cocking Effort33 lbs
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight8
  • Hop UpNo
  • Overall Length43"
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismGas piston
  • RailWeaver Mount
  • SafetyManual
  • Trigger Pull3.5
  • UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Q&A
By BRENDA RAYBURN from OLIVE HILL,KY on January 20, 2012
HOW ACCURATE IS THIS RIFLE. DOES THIS RIFLE HAVE A GOOD TRIGGER PULL ON IT, AND WHAT KIND OF SCOPE COMES WITH IT?
By Christopher from Alpharetta, GA on January 23, 2012

Answer:
So far I have shot about 100 rounds through the gun. I would say that the gun is fairly accurate. I am having more trouble with the scope than the rifle. As an avid shooter, I dont see the need in the complications that the scope presents for the short range shots being taken with this rifle.
Once I got the scope set. I can make fairly tight groupings at 25 yards. The trigger pull is a little long but is easy to get used to.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 8, 2012

Answer:
The rifle is really accurate once it is broke in, you can put in a GRTIII trigger in and it comes with a 3-9x40 scope.
By Carter from Washington on February 11, 2012

Answer:
It is really accurate in the hands of a good shooter, and the scope is great.

By Todd from CA on February 26, 2012
Does anyone have any power specs for it? Ftlbs, FPS and pellet weight for various pellets...
Basically I'd like to know if it's the same power plant as the Benjamin Titan or is it better somehow?

By dick from Lima Ohio on February 11, 2012
How many pounds effort does it take to cock this rifle ?
By Staff on February 20, 2012

Answer:
33 lbs

By john from Blackshear, Ga. on May 8, 2012
Is this rifle superior to the spring action model?
By Staff on May 9, 2012

Answer:
NP is a lot more precise than spring action and is MUCH more durable.
Nitro pistons are also a lot quieter.

By Phil Bertnut from Stanwood, WA on June 24, 2012
Does anyone know what .177 pellet weight will drop this into sub-sonic territory?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 21, 2012

Answer:
8-10 grain pellets will put this in the 1000-900 range for fps.
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 21, 2012

Answer:
8-10 grain pellets will put this in the 1000-900 range for fps.
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 21, 2012

Answer:
8-10 grain pellets will put this in the 1000-900 range for fps.
By Chevota from CA on August 26, 2012

Answer:
With this gun basically anything 7.0 gr or heavier should stay sub-sonic, but it will perform better with pellets in the 8.0 to 8.8gr range. Anything above 9gr or so and you will start to lose power. Your accuracy should improve, but for example the common 10.5gr weight will cost you 5-15% in power at the muzzle. The JSB 8.4gr are excellent and probably the best buy in quality pellets. Still you should try the 10.5gr, either Barracuda or Crosman to see if you like them, the gain in accuracy and long range effectiveness could very well be worth the power loss.

By Mike from Atlanta, GA on March 24, 2012
The description sayes it's quiet, but how quiet? I live in an urban area and I want something to shoot squirrels and the like with. I had a Benjamin 397 which I thought was quiet, how does this rifle compare?
By Ed from Linden, Virginia on March 29, 2012

Answer:
I shot it for the first time using a light ( 5.5Gr.) nonlead wad cutter pellet. It was as loud as a .22 rifle. I'm told that the sound will decrease after the breakin (100 rounds) period.
By Andrew from Michigan on March 29, 2012

Answer:
After the first 100 shots, it gets pretty quiet, as quiet as 1200 fps can possibly get. I live in a neighborhood and shoot it everyday, no problem. I recommend this!!

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