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Benjamin Regal II NP

Nitro Piston® Technology
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  • Code: BS8M22XNP · $124.99 · .22 · 950 fps
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A capable hunter at an affordable price point! This redesigned Benjamin Regal II gives the shooter more reasons to enjoy their Regal than ever before. This pellet predator will have no trouble decimating targets and taking down small game with ease. One cock of the barrel provides 1200 fps in .177 and 950 fps in .22. As a nitro gas piston, you can expect smooth cocking and shoot in colder climates without the loss of performance of a spring-piston. Adding to that, this rifles long, moderated barrel keeps your shots 70% quieter than a spring piston. As an added bonus, the Regal II includes a 4x32 scope to bring targets in close. The 2-stage trigger allows shooters to select their preferred pull.

Benjamin Regal II Features:
  • Gas piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Ambidextrous wood stock
  • Textured pistol grip & forearm
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • 11mm dovetails
  • Rubber buttpad
  • Bull barrel
  • 7.2lbs with scope attached
  • Includes CenterPoint 4x32 scope
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber.22
  • Velocity950 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight7.20
  • Overall Length45.00
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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4.7
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4.0
By PlinkJanuary 20, 2020 Verified Purchase

The Benjamin NP is solidly built, good weight and decent trigger. Accuracy is not consistent until 100 rounds go through, then the groups tighten right up. I did not use the included scope and installed a UTG CQB BugBuster IR 3-9x32 AO scope and medium height dovetail mounts. This setup is a rat killer.

Pros
Easy to cock and load. Good grouping after break-in. Decent weight.

Cons
stock could use a slight cheek rest.

5.0
By GaryJanuary 7, 2020 Verified Purchase

A great riffle for the price!O yeah, not to loud at all!

5.0
By IvanUSADecember 25, 2019 Verified Purchase

Love it at 15 yards this put a hole through 1/2 inch OSB using super point extra pellets.

Pros
Came with a scope

Cons
Scope is has fixed optics

5.0
By DrewSeptember 2, 2016

Almost exactly as advertised. Nice wood stock and finish. It's well made and shoots good. I wasn't getting any good consistent accuracy with my shots until trying the 10.5 grain round nose pellets. Then it all came together. Nice 3 shot group, quarter size, at 45 yds, using sand bags. The rifle is 44 1/2" total length, shorter than advertised, but I liked this better. It is a little heavy. All in all a very nice looking and good pellet rifle that I would recommend. Thanks to Benjamin and everyone who wrote reviews.

Pros
Good looks and finish on the stock and whole rifle. Quality made rifle.

Cons
A little heavy.

5.0
By mikeJune 1, 2015

This is a very well made rifle, the clear coat in the stock is very nice. The break in per the book says 100 pellets which is about right, I finally started to get decent groups at 30 yards even with the low budget scope. I dropped a squirrel at 30 yards, the 22 cal. Packs a wallop. Awesome rifle for the price, same upper st the Trail Xt.

Pros
Accurate. Good quality. Good price.

Cons
None yet.

5.0
By BIlly D.January 14, 2015

An attractive rifle that shoots as good as lt looks!

Pros
glossy wood finish,nitro piston smoothness much quieter than a springer. Feels and sounds solid when trigger is pulled

Cons
Scope is adequate at best; no AO

4.0
By JeremyNew ZealandDecember 29, 2014

I purchased this as a refurbished item and was very pleased however the stock started to crack just behind the back end of the compression tube, I realized that the bolts at the front end of the rifle were a bit loose allowing the rifle to jar back onto the woodwork after each shot, a quick tighten fixed this problem but the crack remains.... Otherwise I am very pleased with the rifle, shooting regular hunting pellets it is very quiet and is ok to use in the back yard, putting the non lead alloy target pellets through it makes a loud crack as the pellets break the sound barrier !!, I love the sound it makes but only fire one occasionally as I don't want to scare the neighbors !! , A great gun that has bagged me 4 opossums !

Pros
Great package ! highly recommended

Cons
Buying refurbished saved some money, next time I will check the screws are tight before using

5.0
By ROBERTUSADecember 3, 2014

This is effectively the same as a Trail, minus the sling mounts, picatinny rail, and the stock and scope are different. I prefer the dovetail scope rail, and this is my favorite stock so it works out perfectly. The stock is very nice, classic good looks, checkering, and a very tough clear coat. It's the only Crosman/Benj I know of that has a clear coat. The power, noise, and everything will be the same a Trail. The weight listed is wrong, it's closer to 6.7lbs, which like most guns does not include the scope wt. The scope is ~14oz. The five stars are based on the price, so for the money I think it's great, and for me it's better than the Trial, and certainly better than a Venom, Titan etc.

Pros
Best looking Crosman, stock finish will hold up better, quiet like a Trail.

Cons
Like all Crosman and similar guns it needs some trigger work, and like virtually all beak-barrel guns under $4-500 it needs some other work to get the best performance. Nothing out of the ordinary, so compared to similar priced gun there are no drawbacks imo.

5.0
By DavidUSAMarch 29, 2014

This is my favorite air rifle great for shooting pests

4.0
By JoshUSAMarch 7, 2014

This is a grate air rifel

Pros
Good fire

Cons
Not having iron sights

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How can I get maintenance info to let me know when to clean and oil

asked Levi from USA

Look at our Airgun Academy.

Mark from USA

Hi just how quiet is this to the Gamo and Stoeger and others ?

asked Mike

Do you like the rifle and if you were to do this again would you choose this rifle ? Thank you

asked Ronald from USA

This stock is my favorite from Crosman/Benj. It's the only one I know of they clear coat and it's pretty tough so it resists damage and of course the wood doesn't absorb dirt or oil. The color of mine is nice and looks identical to the picture. My next fav stock from them is the Trail Hardwood. The only difference between this and the Trail, aside from the stock, is the scope rail, no sling mounts, and a simple 4x32 scope. I prefer this scope dove rail, I don't use a sling, and many people upgrade the scope anyway so this is a great and cheaper option to the Trail.

ROBERT from USA

Yes, I like this rifle. The finish on the stock and the wood it is made of is my only dislike. The rifle shoot's well out to 30 yards for me and is great for field target and plinking. So, it you don.t mind refinishing the stock with a more durable finish. I recommend this rifle. I refinished my rifle by painting the stock with Hammer finish Rustoleum and it turned out very well. I started to refinish it with Birchwood Casey but the stock is a soft wood and will not stain well. I recommend the rifle to those who like to experiment and can use a stock Benjamin Trigger. It is not an expensive piece and is great fun. I would and may purchase another one just to play with the stock some more. I kind of wish Benjamin would have used hardwood though.

Andrew from USA

is this gun good for hunting

asked zack

Yes, it can be. It delivers significant amount of foot pounds (power pretty much) and is quiet along with a fairly high fps.

Ryan

Hello,is this rifle better than the benjamin trail np harwood .22 ???

asked Jose from PR

Neil: The scope problem can be fixed. It's the harsh reverse recoil that breaks scopes and tries to rip the mounts off, but that can be reduced quite a bit. Basically it's air leakage that causes it, and the more the gun leaks the harder it is on the scope, which is why one gun will be more abusive than another. So look at the breech seal first and check for leakage there. The main seal no doubt leaks, but how much is the question. Pellet choice is another, it's best to stick to 8g+ in .177, and 14g+ in .22. Never dry fire the gun or use cleaning pellets without a lead pellet. Never deep seat the pellet either, just gently push it in with your finger, no further. There are other tricks too but too much to get into here, so [email protected] if you have Q's. My scopes do not move or break, so imo a little work and a few $ in parts is well worth saving the scope, especially if you buy a more expensive one.

ROBERT from USA

It is virtually the same gun. The differences are the stock, sling mounts, scope rail, and the scope that comes packaged with it. Internally everything is exactly the same, and every part inside or out is interchangeable.

ROBERT from USA

I have both. I put a replacement trigger from Charlie da tuna in the Trail (about $30-40). I modified the Regal trigger according to a method on Youtube. Besides the different calibers, I think the Trail is a bit more accurate and certainly hits harder than the Regal by a few ft lbs. The amazing thing about my Trail is that it became the easiest cocking breakbarrel rifle I have ever used. I have no idea why. At first, I thought the piston or the seal went bad. I had a very nice looking Norica that lost power gradually and, consequently, I could cock it using a finger. But by then, it didn't have enough power to push the pellet out of the barrel. The Trail also seemed to get easier and easier to cock,...still needs one whole arm and hand...but it has not lost a bit of power that I can see. Not true of the Regal...it takes a little strength to keep cocking it. But, I also have a .177 Titan and the Regal is easier to cock, a lot smoother cocking and firing cycle, higher quality finish (especially the stock) and better balance. Both are about equally accurate. The Titan has broken several scopes and ruined 2 dovetail to picatinny adapters. The recoil from the Titan is so hard and sharp, it bent or cut the set screws that served as scope stops, reamed the hole for the scope stop and stripped the aluminum edges right off the adapters. I have to use a red dot scope which is lighter and less massive than a normal scope ...and an extra long adapter with 4 screws plus scope stop. But the Regal has a gentler recoil. Both it and the Trail have not killed any scopes or stripped off adapters or scope rings. For me, although I slightly favor the Trail, I would recommend either rifle as long as you "fix" the trigger. If you favor a .22, go with the Trail. If you want a .177, then get the Regal. (Also, .177 pellets are a much cheaper.) Either rifle is a joy to shoot. I highly recommend them both.

Neil

I just received the Benjamin Regal NP .177 caliber. I am satisfied with the rifle itself, it works well and it is very powerful. I am, however, extremely dissatisfied with the scope, it is of worst quality possible. I have decided not to use it at all and replaced with a different, much better quality one. I do not have a Benjamin .22 air rifle, I have a Crossman NP instead. I am very satisfied with it, including the scope.

Alberto Mezzatesta

I would say they are equal as far as materials are concerned. I just like the more convetional design of the Regal Nitro Piston. Just could be my age is showing.

Andrew from USA

Hello,is this rifle better than the benjamin trail np hardwood,.22????

asked Jose from PR

HI, both guns are quite similar, the Regal .177 use smaller pellets, although you can find a Benjamin Regal in .22. The Regal reach a velocity of 1200 ft/s with alloy pellets, and the trail a 950 ft/s (It use a heavier pellet). If I were you, I buy the Trail, bigger ammo and it looks nicer. Moreover it comes with a 3-9x40 scope. and the Regal comes with a 4x32 I have a Regal, Its a very good airgun for the price.

Felipe from USA

which is better spring or nitro piston

asked dan

Nitro piston is much better! Not only is it much quieter, unlike traditional spring guns, it does not have a metal spring that can be damaged if left cocked for too long.

Ryan

For me the nitro piston is better,is very quiet.

Jose from PR

can you ship this item to Sri Lanka?

asked Giles

Giles, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

I'm looking for a pellet gun to hunt for pheasants I'm wondering if the Benjamin regal nitro piston is the right one?

asked Sionan

Yes,but you need to get a head shot or a heart and lung shot.The most important thing is your accuracy,if you can hit a dime at 25 yards every time then you can hit a pheasant head. It will go clean through it.Make sure it is allowed where you hunt.Some States do not.

Steve from USA

Would anyone recommend a 22 cal or 177 cal air gun, I have owned a 177 cal Beeman Deluxe for years but gave it to my son to teach his son how to shoot. I'm in the market for a new one but want to know what caliber I should go to. Going squirrel hunting.

asked Wayne

22 cal is definitely better for small game in my opinion.has more knockdown power

ben

This Regal would be just fine.I believe you should look at some reviews of some air rifles that you like the looks of.Then narrow it down to the one you like best.German guns seem to have a little better quality, better resale also. I have hunted with both .177 and .22 both did a great job of taking game under 40 yards.But they both were very .accurate. .177 pellets are easier to get and cheaper most of the time,so keep that in mind.In the end it is your choice,Best of luck

Steve from USA

What's the story with the scope? I hear it isn't good. If this is true any other suggestions for a pellet rifle that comes with a good scope and can take down small game like birds squirrels and mice?

asked Gabe

I think they work fine, but compared to others they're low end. You have to consider the price which only adds $10 or so to your cost, so for the money it's great, but compared to one that's $100 not so much. The 4x32's I have are clear and function perfectly, but the reticle is a bit fat so it covers small targets at range. Like it might be hard to shoot an aspirin tablet at 100' if it's hidden behind the wires. The 3-9x40AO scope on the Trails is better, but with the increased magnification the distortion from the lens is more obvious. It doesn't bother some people, others consider it unacceptable. I suppose if you're used to nice scopes then it would be annoying. The AO is nice to have for airguns since parallax is a much bigger problem at close range. The 4x32 parallax is set at ~100', so if shooting targets at 33' then you'll have a problem. The non adjustable scopes are actually adjustable, just not as easily as the AO. When I get one of these non adj versions I set to to ~60-70' which works fairly well for most ranges I shoot at, but you can set it to whatever you want.

ROBERT from USA

The scope is unbelievably BAD!

Richard from USA

Hello, I have a couple questions with this gun. First one is that what game could I kill with gun (please list the biggest I could shoot with this gun). And my second question is if I have to buy c02 cartridges because it said it was gas piston.

asked Joe

You can kill any small animals like; birds, squirrels, rabbit (with headshot) Maybe you could kill a bigger animal if it is a headshot. No you do not need any CO2 cartridges, the gas piston is a mechanism to compress the air. You do not need anthing to shoot the gun,. (I bought this gun and the Nitro Piston broke in the 12th shoot)

Felipe

My question is do you have to buy any kind of c02 cartridges for this pellet gun

asked Joe

Joe, Not his particular gun is a break barrel. Break barrel air rifles are rifles that use a spring power-plant to compress and air chamber. To cock the gun you simply "break the barrel" down (it swings on a hinge), load the pellet and break the barrel back up into position. Break barrel air rifles are one of the most common air rifles on the market. They are affordable and can produce power from 600 FPS all the way up to 1500 FPS. Hope that answers your question. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

can you deliver in uae dubai??? you can dis aasemble it so that less and wrte vihecle parts... i will pay the delivery cost thanks for yur reply

asked geoffry

Geoffry, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Do I have to replenish the nitrogen for the piston, or is this reusable nitrogen internally in the piston area

asked Roland from USA

Roland, This particular gun is a reusable nitrogen internally. So it does not need to be replaced. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Hello, I am just wondering, do you ship in the Philippines? How much is the shipping fee?? Are you also accepting paypal payment? Appreciate for your response the soonest. Thanks so much!

asked Lee Cornista

Lee, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Does this gun have a metal trigger? How does it compare to the silent stalker?

asked matt

It has a cast metal trigger, maybe powdered metal? I'd take it any day over any Gamo gun, but that's me. If you're wondering if this is quieter, yes it is. They're very similar guns, but this has a much nicer stock and a suppressor barrel. The Gamo barrel is plastic with a steel straw down the middle, the Crosman barrel is solid steel with a hollow aluminum suppressor shroud around it. If you want to compare more equally you might try a less fancy Crosman, like a Titan or Venom, this Regal is more expensive due to the fancy stock and suppressor. Apples to apples Crosman are cheaper than Gamo, and imo always nicer looking.

ROBERT from USA

I got into trouble with a neighbor because I was using a 410 to shoot some gophers. Will this take care of a few Gopher's/moles without bothering my neighbors? I've never had an air gun before but am now quite interested.

asked Ducer

l'm sure your solution to the gopher/mole problem with a 410 is quite satisfactory. lt sounds like fun target shooting to me, but if you don't live in the country where neighbors are few then of course there will be problems. The Benjamim Regal Nitro .177 that l bought has more than enough power to send any gopher / mole on their way to the "nether land". Another plus is that hunting pellets are a lot more affordable than shotgun ammo. Although a scope is included with this rifle, l chose to replace it with a red dot sight. That's just my personal preference. Good hunting

William

Any air gun will be quiter than a .410 shotgun. However keep the pellets subsonic by using heavier ones. 10 gram pellets work well. If you go with the lighter alloy pellets they break the soundbarrier and are as loud as a .22 cal rimfire. You should be fine.

Myles from USA

What is your overall opinion of the accuracy, power, and noise of the .22 cal regal?

asked gene from USA

It would be hard to find a quieter break barrel because it has a nitro spring and suppressor. Benjamin offers the same gun but with a different stock so you might read some reviews of those, like the Benj Trail Hardwood, or All Weather. Power will be between 14 and 18ftlbs depending on the guns flaws, usually closer to 16ftlbs but you can't tell until you shoot it. You can however bump any of them up to 18 -18.5ftlbs by fixing any internal flaws. Accuracy is the same, you can't tell until you shoot it. These guns are made in China so it's hit an miss as to what you'll get. I'd suggest getting the gun you want, test it right away, and return if unhappy. Or you can do what I do which is fix what I do get.

ROBERT from USA

What is the difference with Nitro Piston & Spring?

asked Gary

The nitro are typically much quieter to fire and smoother to cock. They're also harder to cock, and much more money to buy the gun or replacement spring. The guns are usually $50 more. However a coil gun can easily be tuned to be as quiet and smooth and retain 98% of the power that a nitro has while lasting longer and being easier to cock. Basically I see it like this; if you plan on tuning the gun then I'd go coil, if I don't plan on taking the gun apart I'd go nitro. A coil gun works fine without a tune btw, it's just that annoying spring twang that gets on my nerves. That twang is where half the guns noise comes from which is why a nitro is quieter. Btw, a nitro is just a pneumatic spring, like the black tube struts that hold the rear door of an SUV.

ROBERT from USA

The spring gun uses a coil spring about 5/8" diameter and 11" long. The nitro is also a spring but uses compressed nitrogen instead. It's similar to the thin black struts you see holding up rear doors on SUV's. The coil is more reliable at this point in time, but maybe some day the nitro will be better. The nitro spring is stronger, but the nitro gun has basically the same power as the coil gun (assuming they're the same type, like this vs a Crosman Quest or Optimus). Being stronger it is much harder to cock. The nitro spring is virtually silent so the gun is overall quieter than a coil gun. Since the noise of a coil spring can be very annoying, this alone can be a factor. However the coil springs noise can be dampened to be equally as quiet using "spring tar". All that and nitro guns are usually about $50 more than the coil equivalent. Also, a replacement coil spring is less than $6, a nitro spring is $26 and much harder to replace.

ROBERT from USA

do you deliver to Puerto Rico and how much it will be

asked juan

Juan, Yes, we can ship to Puerto Rico. The cost depends on the weight of your order. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

I need a Benjamin Regal Nitro air rifle....does it require gas cartridges to fire? I live in the US Virgin Islands and shipment by USPS is easy but if it requires gas cartridges it might pose a problem. If it does not and on;ly requires the pellets I will order immediately. If I pay the cost would you be willing to ship Express Mail USPS? Cain [email protected]

asked Cain

Gas Piston Technology uses Nitrogen as the power source, instead of a steel spring.

Scott from USA

What is the cocking effort for this gun?

asked Tyler

At the very beginning of the stroke it'll be about 8lbs, then half way maybe 22-24lbs, and 28-32 at peak right before it catches the trigger. The variation of 28-32 is basically friction, so a new gun you can expect closer to 32, but if you tune it it'll drop to about 28. Crosman coil spring guns start about 3, then 16-18 half way, then 24-26 at peak.

ROBERT from USA

What is the cocking effort for this gun?

asked Tyler

The cocking action is average for this rifle. I have a blown shoulder and I am still able to cock this barrel with minimal effort. My 14yr old grand son can cock this with a little effort.Make sure your pellet is inserted completely inserted in the chamber otherwise you will not be able to close the barrel and in the chance that you do the skirt will be crimped and the pellet may become lodged in the barrel.

Steven from USA

im in california, may i legally purchase and recieve this item thru the mail?

asked mark

Orders placed from the following areas will be refused due to the laws, restrictions and conditions of sale in your state or city: New York City and its boroughs, (ZIP Codes 100xx-104xx, 111xx, 112xx-114xx & 116xx), New Jersey (FFL required), Chicago, Michigan and Philadelphia PA and Washington, D.C. We cannot ship Co2 to Alaska, Hawaii Puerto Rico or any foreign country. Some restrictions may apply on sling shots and blank guns in some cities. It is your responsibility to know the laws in your area. •We will not ship to any person under 18 years of age. Restricted items will be shipped "Adult Signature required" which will require an adult over the age of 21 to sign for the package.

Scott from USA

What age would you recommend this for?

asked brian

Hard to say, but I'd guess 12 for a boy. The coil spring versions (Quest, Optimus etc) are easier to cock, maybe 40% easier overall but power is virtually identical. The advantages of this Regal are the nitro spring and suppressor both make it quieter than a typical gun, maybe half as loud. However a coil spring gun can be made to be as quiet with some spring tar and adding the suppressor.

ROBERT from USA

Anywhere from a 12 year old to adult (as far as being able to shoot it per size).

Conor from USA

can you take the scope off

asked cole

yes you can.

Scott from USA

Hello! I heard that there is a "break-in" period for these guns. First, what exactly does that mean? Is the gun less accurate during that period? Second, how many shots on average does it take for the break-in? Thank you

asked Adrian from USA

Well, they do and don't have a break in period. For example the Stoeger guns which are basically identical claim no break in required. You can shoot this right away and not worry about anything, but when new they're a little rough on some internal parts so they feel smoother with time and get maybe 10% easier to cock too. There's also a lot of thick grease in there which costs you some power until it wears off. The accuracy won't change by much, but out of the box the barrels are usually extremely dirty so shooting it would clean it somewhat, but you should really clean it yourself first thing. I always take my guns apart and tune them which is like an instant break in only better. As for how many shots that's hard to say. It'll feel better after 100 shots, but not by much. The second hundred shots will help too but not as much as the first and so on. Usually people say 500 shots for it to mostly settle in. Note that the first 10-20 or more shots will be very loud because the excess grease inside is igniting when you fire it, it's called dieseling or detonation. After it's done being loud it'll then smoke for 50-100 shots or more as it burns the last of grease. It will repeat this whenever you oil the chamber, but it isn't nearly as bad, maybe 2-4 loud and 20 smoke.

ROBERT from USA

Yes, for most airguns (breakbarrel at least), there is a break-in period. During this time, the gun is less accurate, and occasionally, uncommonly loud, and might feel a little rough. The break-in period lasts anywhere from 50-200 shots, depending on the gun and the pellet being used. Hope this helps you!

Conor from USA

I've read reviews on this product and some of them seem to indicate that the scope that comes with this model is not the best. My question is, can you get an upgraded scope with this rifle from the factory? And, if not, what would someone recommend getting?

asked DDR

Yes, the scope isn't the best, but it works. They do not ship out this rifle with upgraded scopes from the factory. A Centerpoint 3-9x40 should work good on here.

Conor from USA

Send for Brazil? Gift Wrap?

asked Rodrigo Hensler

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

you ship to puerto rico?

asked jorge

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

Hello i want know that can you send it to India , Kerala....

asked Antony

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

hello, can u send it come india

asked dharmendra

Go to that webpage, where the item you want is. Click on "Add to Cart." (There will be a pop up with other items if you want those) Then click "proceed to checkout" if that is everything you want. When your checking out at the sight and there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

hello, can u send it come india

asked dharmendra

Go to that webpage, where the item you want is. Click on "Add to Cart." (There will be a pop up with other items if you want those) Then click "proceed to checkout" if that is everything you want. When your checking out at the sight and there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

Hi, I am from India, can i buy air rifle to you, and can you export same ??

asked Sarfaraj

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restrition you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidin.

Scott from USA

Dear Sir, If I buy the 177 Caliber Magnum Air Rifle, how do you send to me? Where will it be sold, Country? Because I really need one. I am now in laos PDR. Please tell me what I should do.

asked Somdee

We do ship out of the country. Make sure you know the laws for your customs.

Scott from USA

What type of pellets does it shoot? What is available for best performace?

asked Lisa

I like the H&N and JSB brands best. Usually the 8.4 to 10.5gr weights work best. Cheap Crosman and Daisy can work too, it all depends on what you and your individual gun are happy with I suppose. Pellets can really add up, but if you really want the best you need to try a variety of them. The JSB 8.4gr round nose and H&N Barracuda are my most favorite of all for all .177 guns.

ROBERT from USA

It shoots .177 pellets. The Crosman line of pellets will work, or, the H&N/Beeman will also work well in this rifle.

Conor

Can I buy this without a license?

asked Arun

Yes, of course you can.

jacob

How good is the scope? Does it move a lot? How is the accuracy?

asked LeRoy

I've shot this rifle, with the factory scope mounted, and the scope was good, but not durable enough for this rifle. The crosshairs were twisting in the scope, revealing that the scope was broken internally. Accuracy is fair, good enough for max 50yds.

Conor

Are you able to put a bipod on the Benjamin Regal Nitro Piston .177 caliber Magnum Air Rifle?

asked Tyler

Yes. A bipod is available from Airgun Depot here, in the accessories page. Any one that will clamp onto the barrel will work.

Conor

Will this rifle last longer than the spring piston?

asked manny

I've heard of more failures with the nitro, they leak and obviously lose power. In coil guns the coil spring sometimes break, but I think they have a better track record. A replacement nitro is $26, a coil is $6... If you buy a spare coil it'll be fine the day you decide to use it, a spare nitro however could leak out while it's been sitting.

ROBERT from USA

Typically nitro pistons are supposed to last way longer than a regular spring gun, but this gun hasn't been out long enough to see if it lasts longer yet.

Conor from USA

Does this rifle also have open sights? Or just the scope?

asked John

John, No, the Benjamin Regal Nitro Piston .177 Caliber Magnum Air Rifle doesn't have open sights. Please let me know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

What country is this gun made in?

asked Mike

China, like most all of them are.

ROBERT from USA

How many feet per second is this?

asked Ron

Ron, The Benjamin Regal Nitro Piston .177 Caliber Magnum Air Rifle shoots up to 1200 feet per second. Please let me know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

What powers this gun?

asked Jim from USA

Your arm in cocking it. It's just like all the other break barrels except the spring is pneumatic instead of the standard coil spring

ROBERT from USA

Jim, This air rifle is a break barrel and it is powered by a nitro piston. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

Is that a solid barrel?

asked bryan from USA

That is a break barrel rifle, so you pull the barrel down to cock it.

Steve from USA

The Regal looks to me to be a Benjamin Trail .177 mounted in a Venom stock (no pistol grip). Is that what it is or is it a new custom design? I don't care for pistol grips, so it looks fine to me.

asked Joe from USA

Actually it's the Remington Summit stock with a Nitro spring and tube body like used in the Titan (not the Trail) and a shrouded barrel like the Trail but in .177. The Venom stock is very different and uglier than this one. This is one of the nicest stocks they make. So no, no custom design here, all previously used parts simply put together differently to make a "new" model.

ROBERT from USA

hi just wondering if shipping is avaliable to Australia?

asked Ethan

Ethan, Yes, shipping is indeed available to Australia. Please let me know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

hello can u sent it come cambodia?

asked rada

Rada, Unfortunately we are unable to send to Cambodia at this time. Sorry for the inconvenience. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

Do you know when this will be offered in 22 cal. ? Thank you, Brent

asked brent reynolds

I doubt they'll ever make one but you can buy a .22 barrel from Crosman for ~$16, plus another $8 or so for some needed parts, +$4 shipping. That way you can have a dual caliber gun...

ROBERT from USA

is it really that quiet and can it shoot bb's? If not do u know of a really quite quality bb gun?

asked Tony

this is a quiet pellet gun that does NOT fire bb's. If you type in bb or use the search on our site, all of the bb guns are very quiet.

Steve from USA

What is the rated trigger pull? Is the trigger pull adjustable?

asked George from USA

It varies between guns, but it's around 5lbs. It's the same trigger used on most all the Crosman, Rem, Benj guns. The triggers are adjustable, very adjustable, but in order to do that you have to replace the oem adj screw with a longer one. It seems the oem screw is short on purpose to prevent people from adjusting it too light and therefore unsafe. It's a very nice gun, I'm tempted myself and I don't even need it.

ROBERT from USA
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