Buy Refurbished and Save $$Be prepared for quiet and smooth shooting power with nitro piston technology. Even the finest springers are known to have some twang, vibration and buzz. The Nitro Piston® will dramatically reduce felt recoil by eliminating the "double hit" and "spring torque" of a steel spring. The Refurbished Benjamin Regal NP Air Rifle has a handsome hardwood stock with high gloss walnut finish. Not only will this bargain give you smoother and accurate shooting, but you will look good doing it!
- Caliber- .177
- Velocity: 1200 FPS!
- Ammunition: Pellet
- Weight: 7.75 lbs
- Length: 48.5"
- Capacity: 1 Round
- Barrel: Rifled
- Front & Rear Sight: None
- Scopeable: Dovetail
- Buttpad: Ventilated rubber
- Action: Break Barrel
- Powerplant: Nitrogen Piston®
- Safety: Automatic
- Repeater: Single-shot
- Condition: Refurbished
- 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 Stock with high-gloss, walnut finish
- Distinctive checkering for comfortable grip
- Bull Barrel (no open sights)
- Includes: CenterPoint 4x32mm Scope, Rings and Refurbished .177 Cal Air Rifle
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1200 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- ActionBreak barrel
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Body TypeRifle
- Fire ModeSingle Shot
- Gun Weight7.8 lbs
- Overall Length48.5"
- Magazine Capacity1
- MechanismGas piston
- OpticsFixed Power
- RailDovetail Mount
- Trigger AdjustabilityAdjustable
- Trigger ActionTwo-Stage
- UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
- Warranty30 Day Limited
Ft. Pierce, Florida
I would recommend this item to a friend.
A Handsome Rifle
October 22, 2013
I just got this rifle last week. I've put about 300-400 pellets through it. I already had the Trail NP 22 and 2 Titans, so I am familiar with nitro piston/gas ram powered air rifles and I like them. The Regal (bought "refurbished"...looked brand new) is as nice looking as any gun I have. Well balanced, shoots nicely with no fuss...very short shot cycle. Shooting .177 pellets, it has noticeable recoil, but nothing like the scope killing jolts of the Titans. No problem to cock...smooth. Typical Crosman trigger...although better than some Crosmans I've had. Easy fix, though. Seems powerful.. I don't have a chronny, but it pushes every light alloy pellet I shoot in it through the sound barrier. I'm no expert marksman. Seems accurate enough. Metal work seems have been done well. The Monte Carlo stock is in my eyes, gorgeous. Finish is a bit light and glossy...but I like glossy. No noticeable disfigurements anywhere. Nice checkering. Of the 9 air rifles I now have, my Trail 22 is the sweetest shooter, but the Regal is a close 2nd. If it breaks in like the Trail...which cocks so effortlessly and shoots so beautifully after about 2000 rounds...I will have gotten exactly what I was hoping for. As of right now, I got a real deal on a great air rifle.
Pros:Beautiful fit and finish. Great looking stock. Mechanically sound. Great balance. Not too heavy. Smooth shot cycle..no tiresome or destructive recoil. Easy, positive cocking. Good power. Pretty quiet. Seems accurate. Scope...well, its a Centerpoint and its a cheap Centerpoint. It went on a less favored rifle.
Cons:The trigger....what else? But, I think you can buy a replacement, like the GRT I have on my Trail .22. Or, you can go to diy fix for cheap. Nor was it the worst Crosman had to offer in the first place. I could almost have tried to live with it. So, one could even keep it stock and maybe it would get better all by itself.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Great deal on a nitro!
August 16, 2013
Great deal on a nitro gun with a suppressor, plus the upgraded stock, hard to go wrong here...
Pros:As quiet as they get, powerful, great looks. The stock is clear coated over stain, real stain unlike many other guns which use a funky thin paint that's like brown watercolor. So this stock has real wood grain, strong durable clear coat, and it's checkered. Also the upgraded buttpad and white insert. It really is an outstanding looking gun. Between the nitro and suppressor it's as quiet as they get, the equivalent would be the Trail Hardwood or Trail All Weather. Those two are usually in .22cal so this one is the ticket if you want .177.
Cons:Nothing, unless you don't like the scope, but they work fine for me as long as I adjust the parallax a bit to match my needs.