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Benjamin Trail NP® XL 725, .25 cal

Includes CenterPoint 3-9X40mm Scope

Benjamin Trail NP® XL 725, .25 cal

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  • Code: BT725WNP · 0.25 cal · 725 fps ·
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Benjamin Trail NP XL 725 .25 Cal Air Rifle

The XL features a handsome, checkered, hardwood stock. Velocity up to 900 feet per second with alloy pellets and 725 FPS with standard lead pellets. Independent research by Intertek found that Nitro Piston technology reduces noise by 70% during the shot cycle compared 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
Swivel & Stud for Sling Included
Includes CenterPoint 3-9x40mm with adjustable objective and Mil-Dot reticle

Specifications:

  • Model Number- BT725WNP
  • Power Source- Nitro Piston®
  • Power (FPE)- 32
  • Caliber-.25 cal
  • Velocity (fps)- 900 FPS (725 fps w/lead)
  • Weight (lbs.)- 9.7 lbs.
  • Length (in)- 48.25 in
  • Barrel Length (in)- 19.5 in
  • Cocking Effort (lbs.)- 47 lbs.
  • Trigger Pull (lbs.)- 3.5 lbs.

Benefits of the Nitro Piston vs. Spring Piston:

  • 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


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Specs
  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber0.25 cal
  • Velocity725 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
  • RailDovetail Mount
  • SafetyManual
  • Trigger Pull3.5
  • UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Q&A
By Mike from spur tecas on January 1, 2012
I received this gun for christmas I am having trouble setting the scope I get it set up close like 20 yrds then at like 50 yrds it hits high then left then right is the scope cross hairs moving when its fire or does the barrel need seeeding thanks Mike
By Staff on January 9, 2012

Answer:
If you are having trouble with your rifle I would recommend speaking with our returns department about the issue. You can reach them by emailing them at returns@airgundepot.com or by filling out an RMA form under the returns tab of our website.

By Dwight Shultz from Nanoose Bay . Canada V9P9B9 on February 9, 2012
Is this gun accurate and does it kick, does it wreck scopes. How is the nitro piston serviced and at what cost. What is the warranty What is the velocity. Thanks Dwight
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

Answer:
This gun is hard to shoot accurately because of the recoil, it kinda is a scope killer, but not often. Nitro will last you at least 4 years before you'll have to have it serviced. Real world velocity with 24gr pellets is like 600fps.

By john from pomona california on November 14, 2011
those the benjamin trail xl .177 have interchangeble berral to shot .22?
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By Staff on November 16, 2011

Answer:
No it does not. This is the .25 cal model but you can also get it in .177 and .22 .

By nick from ny on December 19, 2011
what are the advantages and disadvantages of the 25 cal. Thanks
By Mack from West Virginia on January 7, 2012

Answer:
Overall the rifle is decent for the money.I had a Crow Magnum.25 Cal. Rifle I got from Beemans, back in the mid 80's when they first came out, this rifle reminds me of that rifle, just not quite the same quality, and not nearly as expensive. Not real hard to cock and a very positive lock up. First I tried the Benjamin Domed Pellets not very accurate with this rifle. Tried several different pellets until I finally found one that would shoot 3/8 -1/2 inch groups at twenty yards. Was the H& N Sport Field Target Trophy 19.91 grain.Some groups with this pellet were even smaller. They shoot the very best and clock on the Chrony at 630-660 FPS. Got 860-900 FPS with the Raptor Platinum Power Pellets but accuracy was poor.You must shoot these powerful with a light hold, if you try to grip them like you are shooting do not expect superior or even satisfactory accuracy. My overall opinion a fairly decent squiurrel rifle with H&N Sport Field Trophy at targets up to 30 yards.The next best accurate pellet was the H& N Ram Point. Another thing the factory trigger is awful, I got a trigger from Charlie Da Tuna. Made a world of difference.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 8, 2012

Answer:
Advantages of the .25 cal are that there is more knockdown power and more FPE, the disadvantage is that the pellet will be traveling a lot slower and the prey might hear the gun and move before the pellet hits it.
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

Answer:
Advantages: Bigger holes through your target, more knockdown power.....Disadvantages: Heavy, pellets aren't cheap, and the pellet will be going pretty slow.

By Austin from Vidor,texas on July 14, 2012
Is it quiet enough to shoot in a suburban area?

By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 21, 2012

Answer:
Probably not, I have this gun in .22 cal, and it is fairly loud when the pellet hits the target, and .25 cal will just be even louder.

By butch hooverson from viroqua wi on January 28, 2012
would this gun kill racoons in a high tree or live beavers
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 31, 2012

Answer:
Yes, as long as you make the shot count. Head shots will kill them.
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

Answer:
Yes it will.

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