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Benjamin Summit NP2

Available in 0.1770.22Monte Carlo stock version of the Trail NP2
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The Benjamin Summit NP2 Air Rifle is everything you love about the Trail NP2, but with a more straight forward Monte Carlo stock rather than the larger thumbhole stock. Great for those of us with larger hands. Besides that it really is the same as the Trail NP2; same great sound supression, same great effiecient and more powerful gas piston, same great clean breaking trigger, and best of all extreemly accurate. Everything you could ever want from a break barrel is here. All at a great price.

Benjamin Summit NP2 Air Rifle Features
  • Nitro Piston 2 (gas piston)
  • 15% faster than standard gas pistons
  • Less cocking force and reduced vibration with patent pending technology
  • Dual stage- clean break trigger
  • Quiet (shrouded barrel with baffles)
  • Sling Mounts included (rear post/front loop)
  • Picatinny mounting rail
  • Includes Center Point scope

Benefits of the Nitro Piston 2 over a metal mainspring
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue- even if left cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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Benjamin Summit NP2
13 Reviews
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100% Recommend this product (13 of 13 responses)
By Stephen T.
Paradise, Texas
Nice while it lasted
December 28, 2018
Spent the first fifty shots sighting in my Tasco scope. Spent the next fifty seeing how far I
could hit a plastic lime bottle. Got out to fifty yards and could hit it four out of five times.
Then couldn't hit anything. Double checked my scope mounts and they had gotten loose. I
don't know what the torque value for the screws is but they should probably be checked after
every fifty shots. The next twenty shots I could just begin to feel some kind of obstruction in
the cocking mechanism. Something like a screw was coming loose and interfering with the
cocking stroke. It got progressively worse until I thought I might break something and quit. I
did not try to take anything apart and fix it. I just boxed it up, called customer service, got a
RMA number and sent it back.
ProsTo the distance I got it, it was very accurate. It is pretty quiet and powerful. I am tall and the overall dimensions of the gun fit me well.
ConsI don't really think the problem I had was serious but the fact that it happened after so few shots was a little surprising. The gun does have a fair amount of recoil which would explain the loosening of the scope and possibly other hardware. My experience level with this type of gun however is not significant so that may be completely normal. I have read where loosening hardware can be common but typically after more shots than I fired. I am not overly disappointed with the gun and if it was out of warranty I am sure I could have disassembled it, found the problem, and fixed it.
Best UsesI bought this for nothing but enjoying being able to put a round on target at distance. I am hoping I can get to the point where I can hit my lime bottle at a hundred yards with consistency. Obviously, if you have any kind or rodent or pest problem this gun would be able to take car of that.
By Richard
Clovis California
Great gun for the value
August 10, 2017
I got the Benjamin Summit NP2 .22 cal. The scope fell apart after about 15 shots when I got the gun so I called Air gun Depot and said I could send it back to them or call Crossman and so I called Crossman they sent me a new scope with no problems Air Gun Depot and Crossman are great people to work with. Bought the gun to control squirrel on my property. This gun is very accurate as I have been shooting squirrels at 50 yards with now problem. I'm using Crossman Premier hollow point 14.3 gr. pellet tried a difference bran of pellet which was heavier and it did not work well at all. the Crossman premier pellets average 824to 826 feet per second. The gun is a little heavy but other than that very nice.
ProsVery Accurate
ConsGun is little heavy
By JimmyJoeBob
Middle Tennessee
Great Rifle
March 9, 2017
Benjamin is quickly becoming my favorite air guns.The accuracy cant be beat by the other brands of reasonably priced guns.Granted I haven't tried them all yet but the few I have tried don't compare to this rifle.Very easy to cock and very accurate.Great rifle to target shoot or varmint control.
ProsEasy cocking,accurate, light weight,heavy hitter.
ConsScope could be better
By Jason
Buckeye, AZ
Bought as a gift for father
March 5, 2017
So far so good, it seems that it will be shooting pretty good with benjamin destroyers in .22
ProsNp2, quiet, cheap, nice gift
ConsA little plain, bit of kick and slightly heavy from the front
By Shelton
Good, accurate plinker.
December 13, 2016
I got this Summit NP2 in .177 caliber with a synthetic stock after a pleasurable experience with its sister gun, the Trail NP2 in .22 caliber.

Gun is very accurate once you get used to using the artillery hold. After 300 plus rounds of Crosman Premier Domed 10.5 grain pellets I have not had any scope issue. Nickel sized groups at 40 feet are my norm from a bench rest.

After shooting this rifle with a "standard" stock and the Trail NP2 with the "pistol grip" stock, I prefer the pistol grip for my hands. Nothing wrong with this stock.
ProsQuality construction. Easy to cock. Not very loud. Accurate.
November 29, 2016
I got this rifle on exchange for the Umar ex Octane .22 and this .22 B. Summit NP2 is better rifle by a mile!The Summit 2 is lighter,easier to cock and just as powerful as the Octane,maybe a little more.The Summit is also very accurate and a flat shooter.Chronoed avg. with CPHP 14.3gr averaged 835fps!For the money your getting a heck of a rifle and I cant think of a better deal.
Prosaccurate,powerful,light for a .22 rifle with this much power,scope is o k
By Rodney
Tulsa, OK
Very nice rifle
September 12, 2016
I have had this rifle a month now and have ran a few hundred pellets through it now. Very accurate and thankfully likes the crosman domed or hollow point pellets. The scope is ok to start with but plan on upgrading as soon as possible. Haven't killed anything with it yet but I'm sure it will take down pretty much any small game. I do suggest a sling as it gets heavy after a while.
ProsAccurate. Powerful.
ConsVariable powerful scope would be a plus.
By TomH
Grand Rapids, MN
Stop looking and buy this one!
September 7, 2016
After watching dozens of YouTube videos and reading more reviews than I can count, I ordered this fantastic rifle. It's quiet, powerful and accurate. The bundled scope isn't bad either (but, I did order a 3-9 after realizing that the rifle deserves it.) Don't listen to anyone that has negative thoughts on the Nitro Piston 2, it's fantastic! Easier cocking than my first generation nitro guns and more power. What's not to like?
ProsPowerful, quiet, accurate and easy to use. Feels like a real gun and shoots like it too.
ConsI can't seem to stop shooting it. Very addictive.
By Tom H.
Grand Rapids, MN
Varmints and targets beware!
September 5, 2016
I grew up shooting a Crosman 760 and it never let me down so when I decided to get serious I again looked to Crosman. I bought a Crosman F4 .177 at Walmart and was immediately amazed with the power and accuracy of the Nitro Piston design but, I wanted something that could replace my 22 rimfire. Looking around I found the upgraded NP 2 in .22 and had to have it. Right out of the box it delivered pellets with both energy and accuracy. Aluminum cans filled with water are obliterated by this rifle at distances of at least 50 yards (I haven't gotten a chance to shoot it farther yet but, I'm confident it will continue to exceed my expectations.) It's so quiet I've shot it with horses standing just a few feet behind me and they don't even look up. I love this rifle!
ProsAccurate, powerful, quiet and easy to shoot. Almost too quiet. You forget how powerful it is because it's so darn quiet. (Until you shoot a crab apple and it vaporizes!)
ConsI can't stop shooting it! My 6 year old son and I haven't missed a day at the spinner targets since it showed up.
By Ren
BC, Canada
Great value
July 4, 2016
Excellent gun for the money.
By Jon S.
Guthrie, OK
Fine Rifle
June 24, 2016
nice gun, easy to shoot, very accurate, I just got it but I believe it's going to get used a lot.
ProsComplete package, quiet, makes the neighbors happy, well made and powerful.
ConsIt's a little heavier that i thought it would be. We'll see how it does in the field.
By Bullwinkle
Guilford County, NC
Love it!
January 5, 2016
This is my first "big boy" air rifle. I've always had cheaper (sub $100) pellet guns for plinking around but this thing is has some juice. I was looking for something with some power and accuracy for hunting squirrels. I went with the .22 and I was not disappointed. I got some Crosman Premiere Ultra pellets because after reading reviews they seem to have the best accuracy for the price and they work like a charm. It does need a tiny bit of breaking in. After I shot about 75 pellets through it and got the scope sighted in, it really got super accurate. I'm really shocked that a pellet gun can be so accurate. It's fairly quiet too. I have a Crosman P1377 pistol and it seems like it's much quieter than that but has way more power. I've shot right through 3/4" plywood with this so be mindful of your surroundings and/or have heavy backstop. I went with the Summit because I like the more traditional stock as opposed to the pistol grip style that the Benjamin Trail has. It seems like a comfortable fit for average adult hands. The scope isn't half bad. It's not the best in the world but if definitely get the job done. It works totally fine for now but later on I'll probably upgrade it. So far I've been very pleased with the rifle. It's a lot of fun and dispatches squirrels quickly and humanely.
Pros-Plenty of power -Excellent accuracy -Decent scope -Quiet -Good value
ConsNone so far.
By Jimmy
Fort Wayne, In.
.22 Summit NP2
November 17, 2015
Gun arrived in 3 days. Mounted the scope and added a black leather sling. Gun weight was right a 8 pounds. The Benjamin Premier Hollow point pellets shot great at ten yards, but were not worth a crap at 20-30 yards. Tried the Predator Polymags at 16 gr. and they did a little better. By far the best pellet was the JSB EXACT 15,89 gr. The Center Point Scope seems to be holding zero without a single problem. I have seen worse bundled scopes. The gun hits hard and shoots quiet. This is a gun that was meant to be shot in the City Limits without anyone knowing. The build quality is not as nice as my Hatsan 95 Vortex. But the NP2 is lighter, has a sling, shoots as hard, and is not as loud. After the break in period the trigger worked much smoother. The shroud seems a little cheap but it dose what it is supposed to do. At $179.00 and free shipping from Air Gun Depot I believe that this rifle is a pretty good deal for someone looking for a QUIET and POWERFULL .22 pellet gun.
ProsQuiet, plenty of power, Monte Carlo style stock, sling attachment, all weather stock, shoots any pellet at close range without a problem, and sold at reasonable priced. Also, this gun right out of the box is by far the smoothest cocking air gun I have ever seen.
ConsThe gun is to long, the scope is somewhat cheap, does not have an automatic safety when reloading and be sure to clean the barrel.
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Benjamin Summit NP2
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1400 fps
    Loudness 2-Low-Medium
    Mag Capacity 1
  • 0.22
    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 1100 fps
    Loudness 2-Low-Medium
    Mag Capacity 1
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