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Benjamin Trail NP® XL MAGNUM, .22 cal

Includes CenterPoint 3-9X40mm Scope

Benjamin Trail NP® XL MAGNUM, .22 cal

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  • Code: BT1122WNP · 0.22 cal · 1100 fps ·
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Benjamin Trail NP XL .22 Cal Air Rifle

The XL features a handsome, checkered, hardwood stock. Velocity up to 1100 fps (w/ alloy); 30ft lbs of downrange muzzle energy. Independent research by Intertek found that Nitro Piston technology reduces noise by 70% during the shot cycle comparted with traditional steel spring break-barrels!

With Nitro Piston Technology
70% Less Noise then the competitor’s “quiet” break barrel
Gas Piston Technology uses Nitrogen as the power source, instead of a steel Spring
Dramatically reduces felt recoil by eliminating the "double hit" and "spring torque" of a steel spring
Quicker lock time leads to increased accuracy
Hardwood Ambidextrous Stock w/Thumbhole Grip
Integral Rail Mounting System – make mounting optics quick and easy
Sling Mount and Swivel Studs Included
Includes CenterPoint 3-9x40mm with adjustable objective and Mil-Dot reticle


  • Model Number
  • BT1122WNP
  • Power Source
  • Nitro Piston
  • Caliber-.22 Caliber
  • Velocity- up to 1100 fps
  • Weight (oz)- 9.15 lbs.
  • Length (in)- 48.25 inches
  • Barrel Material- Bull Barrel

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  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Velocity1100 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • BlowbackNo
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight9.7
  • Hop UpNo
  • Overall Length48.25"
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismGas piston
  • OpticsVariable / 1 inch Tube
  • RailWeaver Mount
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsNone
  • Rear SightsNone
  • Trigger Pull3.5
  • UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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By Jake from Virginia on January 16, 2012
Would this gun be any better or more accurate than the Benjamin NP .22? The only difference is a few FPS.
By Dick from Omak on January 17, 2012

Not familiar with NP.22. Have not got my Trail NP Xl1100 dialed in as yet. Benjamin notes the nitrogen piston takes braking in. The 1500 is quieter and has lots more thump than my .177 RWS.
By Todd from Dimondale, MI on January 18, 2012

I believe the XL 1100 Nitro may be more accurate than the Benjamin NP .22 because of the increased velocity. I do a lot of pistol/rifle/shotgun competitive shooting sports but chose this gun because of the reduction in noise. I bought the gun for pest control (woodchucks) with shots at 50 to 75 yards, and the increased stopping power (bullet weight X FPS/1,000) will be higher with this gun than with the Benjamin NP .22.
By Luis R. from San Juan, Puerto Rico on January 18, 2012

The higher FPS for the Benjamin Trail NP XL 1100 . 22 Cal. means that the accuracy of this air rifle will be sustained at a larger distance. This is an extremely potent rifle and used with good quality ammunition like the Benjamin .22 Discovery pellets you have an extremely capable air rifle that allows you to reach higher levels of accuracy at longer distances. After properly aligning the scope, accuracy will depend on factors such as wind velocity/direction, distance and the shooter's abilities. Be assured that with this airgun you have the required power and consistency to reach higher levels of accuracy.

By Mike Robinson from Brazoria TX on March 11, 2012
How dependible is this gun (life spam).
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on March 13, 2012

I've had mine for a year now of constant shooting, and have had no problems....they'll probably last 2 years before you'll have to get a new piston seal.
By John from Waldport, OR on March 14, 2012

I bought this air rifle for pest control, after shooting it to sight it in, It's turned into whole new hobby, I've had no problems with it, It's very accurate, as for the noise levels, it's the quieter than the air rifles my friends have, with
little or no recoil, I think you'll find this product to be a very, very reliable piece in your collection, after all it is a Benjamin....Enjoy

John Brown
By Todd from Lansing, MI on March 14, 2012

So far I have not had any problems at all. I got it in December 2011, so I only have about 500 to 600 rounds through it. I understand that the nitro piston provides better dependability than spring guns, and that temperature or use won't cause it to lose power. I have been extremely happy with this purchase.
By Warren from Roundup MT. on March 17, 2012

I have only owned my B.T.NP for a short period but I am more than pleased with the results so far. I am shooting tight groups and have had no problems. I highly recommend this gun.

By TERRY from PORT ARTHUR TEXAS on January 1, 2012
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 20, 2012

Well first, it isn't the scope that makes a gun accurate, it is the way you hold the gun, what pellets you use through it, and how you pull the trigger that makes a gun accurate. But yes, this scope is fine with this gun, mine has been on there for nearly a year with no problems.
By Robert from San Diego, CA on February 13, 2012

Those scopes work pretty good for me as long as you dial the parallax out of it, usually the ones I get are way off. You didn't say what you had as a kid, but most people had a Crosman 760 to similar. This one is 4-5 times that power. You won't regret buying it if that's what you're wondering.
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

The scope is fine, the range is 1-100yds, depending on what you're shooting.

By Rick Parks from Eaton, Ohio on December 14, 2011
Do you have to buy nitrogen cylinder for this air rifle?
By Staff on December 29, 2011

No, the Nitro piston cylinder is part of the gun and cannot be removed.

By ju from villa del parque buenos aires on June 16, 2012
Hello, is it all weather? Thanks.

By john from california on July 8, 2012
when is this rifle will be stock?
By Staff on July 9, 2012

Estimated in stock date is July-16-2012.

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By ERNEST from Arlington Washington 98223 on January 4, 2012
what is the noise index for this rifle.and its max. effective reage
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 20, 2012

This gun is a Medium to Loud on the Decibel scale, I shoot starlings out to 80+ yds all the time during the summer....If you do your part.
By Robert from San Diego, CA on February 13, 2012

It is very quiet for an airgun of this power. Both the pneumatic spring and the barrel shroud are why it's so quiet. I have a benjamin with the gas spring but no shroud and it's quieter than the new Stoeger Suppressor model. It's literally about 1/3rd as loud as a regular airgun. Range is all about pellet choice and if you can hit the target, but this gun has about as much range as you're going to get without spending big bucks on a pre-charged style gun that uses a scuba tank for power. I don't know what you're shooting but even my weaker guns can kill a crow or rabbit for example at 100 yards or more.
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

On a noise level, 1 being the quietest and 10 being the loudest, it ranks about a 5. Max effective range is like 100yds for a sagerat. 80yds for a starling. etc.

By stephen doerrer from venice fl 34285 on December 18, 2011
Can you upgrade the trigger to an GTR-111 on the rifle I just orderd 12/18 2011.
By Staff on January 7, 2012

You'll have to get that from Charlie da tunas website.

By Anthony from Gainesville, VA on April 23, 2012
.22 VS .177 Which is better for long distance shooting? Benjamin Trail NP XL1100 or the 1500?
By Staff on April 23, 2012

the .177 will go further due to the lighter weight but won't be as accurate or hit as hard as the .22

By Rick from Lodi, CA on January 28, 2012
CA allows air rifles for Turkey hunting. I will need to take shots 50-100 yards out from bird. I would appreciate comments on the Benjamin Trail NP XL1100 .22 Cal. Also, typically not packing long distance for hunt so weight not issue. Also nitrogen, ideas who refills or new buy for gas?
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 31, 2012

50 yds is kinda iffy for a turkey....100yds, no way. To humanly take the bird at 100yds, you'll need something like the Eun Jin Sumatra.
By Robert from San Diego, CA on February 13, 2012

This is about as powerful as you can get for the price. Any more power would probably cost three times as much. I'd guess if it's legal (which I didn't know) then this is the gun I'd use.
No it doesn't take any gas to charge it, when they say nitrogen gas here they mean it has a pneumatic spring vs the usual steel coil spring. All you have to do is cock it for each shot, that's it. I've had a gas spring gun for over 12 years now and it still shoots like the day it was new.
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

50yds max with this farther.

By Carlos Torres from Puerto Rico on March 23, 2012
Do you send it to Puerto Rico (Free shipping).
By Staff on March 28, 2012

Thank you for you interest.

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By Al from medina ohio on November 22, 2011
I purchased this rifle for my son to be used primarily as rodant control. The first test shot out my back door was to see how quiet this gun is. It sounded off like a 22cal long rifle! The second shot was not much differant. I was expecting a pspt sound like on a James bond movie. The pallet used is a RWS 14.5gr superpoint extra. Was the round to light? or are the first couple shots always louder? Or should I take it back and give him a box of rat poison?
By Brandon from covington, Georgia on December 7, 2011

first shots are always way louder now mine sounds so quiet i can shoot a squirrel in my neighbors tree and get before they even notice anything had happened. I have taken about 1000 shots though. Give him a couple cans of pellets and a target and it will be fine
By Carter from Sunnyside, WA on February 3, 2012

Maybe you should get him the regular Benji Trail, they are not as powerful, as a result, not as loud.
By Robert from San Diego, CA on February 13, 2012

It's the lube inside the chamber igniting. Just shoot the first ten or so pellets into a tightly rolled up old bath towel with the muzzle pushed into it. The towel will silence those shots until they stop. I always do that when I get a new gun or anytime I oil the chamber. Once it stops it's because there is no more volatile fuel left in the oil, but the oil is still there to keep things lubed so you're fine. Use the recommended chamber oil for it, it's the least likely to ignite or will only do so one or two shots. The gunk china puts in is awful in more ways that one and some people say their guns don't quiet down for 100 shots. I've never had more than 5 or 6 shots fire like that so I guess it's who did the lubing at the factory that day. Don't ever use something really flammable like WD-40 because it will really light up and the harder the explosion the harder it is on the gun. I can't imagine it doing much damage but experts say it will ruin the gun if for example you used WD-40 all the time. And speaking of damage, never ever shoot it without a pellet in there, that really hurts the gun.

By TOM K from Michigan on June 7, 2012
I am intrested in the Benj Trail np xl 1100 and have done quite a bit of research concerning air rifles, however, I still am unsure about purchasing this gun due to the fact there are no sights on this gun and you have to rely strictly on a scope set up which I have found to be a huge issue with keeping accuracy (ON MOST AIR GUNS and don't particularly enjoy constantly adjusting scope /gun for accuracy). I am aware np lessens the vibration and I am looking at a Gamo silent stalker np with sights on the gun as a alternative.... however if the benj trail had sights I would lean that way it possible to mount open sights on the benj trail xl if not what gun would you recommend in the .. 22 cal also I heard the benj is HEAVVVVY . I would appreciate any help on this.. THANKS.

By Carlos Torres from Puerto Rico on March 10, 2012
The free shipping included Puerto Rico?
By Staff on March 12, 2012

Thank you for you interest.

For this question I would recommend emailing us at This so we can better help you.

By Sybil from New Jersey on February 5, 2012
Hello. I know nothing about guns. A small pet was recently killed in my neighborhood with this type of gun. The bullet did not come out of the animal so the police were able to retrive it. Can you tell me how much noise this type of gun makes. How close or far away can you be to get a clean shot? Do you have to have a license or register this type of gun? Any info would be appreciated. Sybil
By Robert from San Diego, CA on February 13, 2012

It's fairly quiet, someone could shoot it in the neighborhood without anyone knowing. It could kill a cat or small dog from 200 feet or more. No license or registration is required, but they're outlawed in a few cities.
Sorry about the pet. Very few people would do that, and even less without a reason. If it was a dog that barks constantly, especially one that keeps people up at night then I retract the apology and the pets owner should be glad that is all that happened.
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

Check you local and state laws to find out if you have to have a license. This could take a raccoon with a head shot at 40yds max. It is fairly loud, but not as loud as a .22lr.

This is an air rifle. Not a firearm.

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