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Benjamin Titan NP

Includes CenterPoint 4x32mm scope, Nitro Piston® powerplant
  • Code: BW1K77NP · .177 · 1200 fps
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The Benjamin Titan air rifle provides the smoothest shooting with the nitro piston gas power plant. Gas piston power plants have made a reputation for little to no recoil, quiet shooting and fluent cocking to create a stable grouping. The Titan is a high quality emanufactured air rifle that is a bargain of an air gun and break barrel. With a velocity of 1200 feet per second, year round shooting capability and quiet precise shots, you won't want to turn down this deal! Included in this package is an excellent starter CenterPoint 4x32mm scope that will give you an accurate eye shot of your target or small game.

Benjamin Titan GP* Air Rifle Features
  • Breakbarrel
  • Gas-piston
  • 11mm scope dovetail (no open sights)
  • Ambidextrous- ergonomic thumbhole stock
  • Dual raised cheekpieces
  • Muzzlebrake for added leverage
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • 6.75 lbs. (without scope & mount)
  • Reduced vibration due to the gas piston
  • Much quieter than other breakbarrels
  • Includes unmounted CenterPoint Optics 4x32 scope & mount (no open sights)

*Your rifle may be marked GP or NP.

Benefits of the Nitro Piston compared to a metal mainspring
  • 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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  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1200 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 6.75
  • Overall Length 43.50
  • Barrel Length 15.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Gas-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 5-year limited warranty
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By ryanl

The gun first of all fits your hand with the thumb hole stock beautifully , its a pleasure to shoot and hold. but the one draw back im finding is the trigger. horrible...but you can manage with some adjusting of the two stages. but other than that it is very quiet i shoot it in my apartment all the time with no complaints haha. also very great knockdown power and accuracy and penetration is awesome. good gun overall..

By KimUSADecember 17, 2020

I was about to put mine in the attic! Shimmed the scope, found pellets it seemed to like, held it right, etc., etc.. Zero started to wander every shooting session. Changed scope to a Nikon. Darn! I made sure everything was tight. Then, I took off the stock to do the trigger mod and discovered the bolt that acts as a hinge pin was loose. The bolt screw head was loose! It was covered by the stock! Cleaned the threads and put some lock-tight on and...BOOM! She’ll hit a 4” target all day at 40 yards. Most pellets group nicely, but require a re-zero. Love the Titan now!

Accurate to 40 yards

Factory needs to use lock-tight on the barrel hinge pin.

By JTMDecember 11, 2020

Great construction and well balanced. Included scope is fair quality.

Stock trigger, get the bearing for the sear pin and it is an amazing trigger.

By TomUSAJune 15, 2020

First break barrel for us and realized that break barrels are much harder to shoot than PCP2, CO2s and Multi-pumps.

Wood stock. Power.


By steveJune 10, 2020

kills woodchucks at 100 feet

Brandon must be a pretty lousy shot I hit a golf ball at a hundred feet

By DavidMay 14, 2020

It's a good thing they are out of stock. Hopefully they never return. Buy anything else.

It looks like a bad ass gun, but looks are all its got.

Can't hit the side of a barn standing on the inside. This thing is all over the place. The scope is utterly worthless, and of course you can't take it off, because there are no open sites to fall back to. Spent hours trying to site this thing in with multiple types of ammo, every bullet shoots in different direction. I'm surprised I didn't hit something behind me. MAYBE, a quality scope would turn this into a decent gun, but I doubt it. The groupings were unmeasurable.

By BrandonApril 18, 2020

Nothing good about this gun!!!!

Most inaccurate gun I’ve ever seen. I’ve shot hundreds of pellets of every shape and size and none of them will group consistently. It shoots all over the place! DO NOT BUY THIS GUN!!!!!!!

By JohnApril 5, 2020

Great gun for my purposes. Accurate and powerful. You hit a squirrel with this and they stay down.

Powerful! Bought .22 version to keep the squirrels away from my bird feeders. Will put the thump on a squirrel at 25yrds all day long. 250+ squirrels over 2 yrs and the gun just keeps plugging away.

Included scope was functional but not great.

By TomUSAOctober 21, 2019

Powerful. Not bad to cock. Looks good.

Trigger isn't good, but fixes are available. Just Google it.

By DuaneMarch 21, 2019

I included the Titan 22. To compliment the .177 already in my small collection of air rifles. The .177 shot so well, that the .22 seemed like a given. My only negative comments are the scope and the trigger, which I knew I would be working over. The scope is not very good, not even adaquate. I replaced it immediately. The rifle is great though! I would recommend it to anyone. I give this rifle 4 stars, only because of the trigger, and the scope.

Great rifle out of the box after replacing the scope. Nice stock.

Trigger, which everyone is aware of, and the inadequate scope included in the package.

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What are the right rails to mount the included scope to the .177 rifle?


Does this rifle use c02 cartridges?

asked Jason


asked Thomas from USA

what pellets group the best with the .22 version? crosman ultra magnum domes seem to go all over the place, whereas rws pointed seem a lot tighter but still not as tight as i'd like.

asked ryan

I'm a beginner and am looking for my first rifle. This one appeals to me for target practice and hunting small game. Am I correct in my understanding that this gun being a break barrel means that it does not need CO2 cartridges? I'd like to buy a gun that does not need them. Thank you!

asked John

Were are you located ? I live in Thamesford Ontario Canada . There are a couple guns you have on sale I'm interested in put do you deliver to canada Looking forwarded to hereing from you Regards Garry Bennett

asked Garry Bennett

Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected]. They can answer your question a lot better then we can. thanks Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Can I import this item to sri Lanka? Is it legal in sri Lanka?

asked Mahesh from USA

Mahesh, 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 use dovetail or picatinny mounts?

asked Jeff




Mark from USA

It has a 11mm dovetail scope mount

glen from USA

Dovetail mounts, be sure to use thread lock on the scope rings, I did have to re-mount the scope after my initial mounting, it was not fully seated into the dovetails. I lightened the trigger pull and i was getting quarter inch groupings. Bought this for my Dad for xmas, but got it all setup and broken in, now he is thinning the squirrel population in South Carolina. It feels and weighs like a real .22, but quiet enough for a residential neighborhood.


Is the barrel all steel or is it steel lined plastic?

asked Randy

It is all steel. The rifle is very accurate, well worth the money. The only complaint that I have is the long trigger pull but that can be easily corrected. You can get order a special trigger for it or check you tube and they have videos on how to fix it. I followed the video and fixed mine, it now is good.

John Ferrell

its steel with a plastic supressor. bluilt pretty stout

frank from USA

The barrel is rifled all steel. I have two of these and 10 more Crosman / Benjamin nitro piston rifles. For the money it is impossible to beat these guns. Play around with different pellets to see which ones are best for your gun. I use Crosman and Winchester standard pellets.

William from USA

It's a metal barrel with a plastic brake/grip on the muzzle.

Michael from USA

How many pumps does it take to reach 1200 fps?

asked Keith

its a single pump action gun , it take a little muscle to pump though

frank from USA

It's not a pump. It takes one stroke of the barrel to cock it.


Is this made in the USA?

asked Grunt

it says made in china, but mine is a real nice shooting and looking rifle, i love it

frank from USA

Are the included scope rings high quality? Is the trigger ok?

asked Harry

scope rings are good,trigger can be worked on to get it nice.


I guess it depends on what you mean by quality. They work fine as long as you use the set-screw it comes with, and I think they look nice.


how many fps with lead?

asked eddie

Actual speed, using Discovery HP, was 783 FPS




Depends on the weight of the pellet and the condition of the gun. Most shoot a standard weight pellet of 14.3gr at ~700fps, but many vary from that by up to 50fps or so. My first one shot those at 700 exactly, then after some work it shoot them at over 760. Don't expect much more than that tho. It's the same power as most other guns in it's class, like the Trail, Venom, Regal etc, RWS 34, Ruger, Gamo and others.


Which pellet(s) do you find to be the most accurate in this particular air rifle? Specifics such as brand, type, (hollow point, etc) and weight can save me a lot of time and money. Thank you in advance for any info you can provide.

asked Russ Dickinson

I will add my cents worth. "Basically Crosman/Benjamin air rifles prefer Crosman Pellets" from the hoards of 'reviews' found on the net concerning the Benjamin Trail NP. All ammo/pellets mentioned here are really quite good/excellent. BUT...air rifles are not 'firearms' and "accuracy" can be a funny thing or "relative". Are you hunting or target/plinking or competition. As we are talking about the Trail NP we can discount 'competition" so that leaves Hunting and/or targets. For this, stance/hold, condition of pellets, rifle condition, and pellet seating are just as important, if not more, than actual pellet choice. Make sure these 4 conditions are addressed prior to spending addition money on expensive pellets. For myself, in this rifle..."Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum" (round) followed closely by "Crosmans Premier Hollow Point" are tops. Hope that helps

Don from USA



H&N hollowpoint 12.65gr


I have shot most pellets in mine and have found the Crossman 14.5 HP can,t be beat. I have shot over 10,000 in mine in three years and have taken hundreds of rabbits ,squirrels and pegions with it . Wall-mart for $6.45.

David from USA

definitely the RWS super domes i can get about a 1cm or less group on them

stuard from USA

I have tried a number of different pellets and the one that is the most accurate in my gun is, Beeman Precision airgun pellets(Silver Arrow) .22 Cal. (17.13 Grains). This pellet gives me the tightest groups at any range. The next best performer is the RWS Superdome(field line) in 14.5 grain. However when switching pellets I have to re-zero the rifle. I hope this helps.

William from USA

I'd go with H&N Barracuda or JSB 18.13gr in the classic round nose. They're both outstanding quality and usually give the best accuracy. You can try others but these are what I'd try first and most people love them. They're both heavy and as a result slower and will cost you some power, but if accuracy is your #1 concern then I think they're well worth it.


I have tried a lot of different pellets and have gotten the best results with RWS super domes, Polymags and Crossman Premier Ultra Magnum round nose. The Crossman pellets are decently priced and have exhibited pretty good accuracy in my rifle. The RWS are a little more expensive but are more consistent than the Crossman pellets. I have had excellent results with the Polymags (3 shots in a single hole rested at 25 ft). However, these pellets are the most expensive of the three. I mainly use them for hunting. They have been deadly for the local rabbit population. You will need to experiment with your rifle as each one seems to always have its favorite pellets.

David from USA

i use crosman pointed pellets and they shoot great .

stan from USA

What is the energy when hitting target.

asked JJ

Velocity: 950 fps

Scott from USA

Is this gun quieter than the crosman nitro venom? I have these two guns as my first choice. I am hoping this one is nicer than the venom because it is more expensive. The only .22 pellets I can get, where I live, are pointed and the crosman premier hp. I read this gun is most accurate with the CPHP.

asked Anonymous

They will be exactly the same because the only difference is the stock. I like this stock much more than the Venom, and if I were you I'd test feel the two if you can. Normally I don't care for thumbhole stocks, but this one is really nice and comfortable. Also look for the refurbished version to save a lot of $. Nothing wrong with them at all, can't tell from new. I'd agree the Crosman hollow point in 14.3gr is better than the pointed, but don't expect the hollow point to actually work, the just work like regular pellets. I'd recommend mail ordering better pellets, like JSB, they're worth it and they come in a variety of weights to suit everyone.


They are about the same. They will shoot the same fps. The Venom is just a better looking stock with a little different barrel, but same powerplant.

Conor from USA

I cannot get accuracy yet and I have put about 150 rounds through my rifle. What is the quickest way to site in a stock scope? What other scopes fair well with this rifle? I don't have fixed sites on this weapon. Would a red dot site or anything else work well? Any quick release items for scopes?

asked Thom Jester

I'd be sure the barrel has been cleaned because they're usually filthy out of the box. Make sure all the screw are tight and that the scope isn't moving. Then I would check the parallax on the scope. Parallax error will cause the gun to shoot all over the place for what seems like no reason. Imo most need to be adjusted at least a little, and I think it's the #1 reason people complain about this scope. First loosen the outer ring on the front lens which acts as a lock-nut for the lens, just turn it by hand and remove it. The lens is glued to a ring and this ring has a couple slots so you can use your thumb nail to turn it. Don't use metal because you might slip and scratch the lens. Adjust parallax by threading the lens in or out until you are parallax free at your desired range. Google parallax if it's new to you. Usually 1-2 turns counterclockwise is what they need, but they vary and your needs vary so it could be more or less, or even the other direction. I go CC half a turn at a time until it's there or close, then dial it in to perfection. I usually set them to about 70' or so, but set it for whatever your typical range is. You can always change it again when your needs change.


There are quick release mounts for sale, but I don't know if AGD carries them. Other popular airgun sites do though. Also your scope might be faulty.

Conor from USA

I was polishing the trigger today, and removed the pin that holds the safety in place (not knowing what else it held in. The the piece in the middle fell out along with the "spring'' the holds it in place. After putting it all back together, I then test fired it. To my horror it now has quite a hair trigger. I did not alter the trigger shape just removed the paint and burs. The gun did not have a hair trigger before. My best guess is that the "spring" is suppose to latch in some where and I didn't? The trigger also wobbles, but the gun it self will not go off. Any advice?

asked a boss

Write me at chevota at hotmail and I can help you fix your problem. That spring is to reset and fully engage the sears, so if you remove it then it only has gravity to engage it and that isn't enough. So the sears could easily be just barely engaged which means the gun could fire with just a bump, like setting the down, or even all by itself without warning. It could also release while you're loading the pellet which means other risks and almost certainly bending your barrel. So do not mess with it until you've fixed it. I have pictures of the parts so you can see what it needs to make it right, plus I can explain how to make the trigger better which I assume is what you were trying to do in there?


Umm yes. Send it to Crosman! If something fell out of the gun (while you were dismantling it, which, by the way voids the warranty), the gun could go off any minute when you are least expecting it. Be safe and ship it in to Crosman.

Conor from USA

What is the stock made of?

asked a boss



It's wood but I can't say what kind exactly. It's fairly hard and rather light in color, probably something that grows cheap in China. This oem finish is nice, bare wood with stain giving it a walnut appearance. Mine is slightly darker than the picture


does this gun hold more than 1 pellet at a time?

asked Brian

Brian, No, the Crosman Titan Nitro .22 Caliber Air Rifle is capable of holding only one pellet at a time. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

What is the best pellet to use in this rifle as for distance and accuracy?

asked DOUG



Typically the Crosman Premier Hollowpoints work well, but it all depends on the gun. The one you get might like some H&N ones.

Conor from USA

Crosman premier hp, - they were made for each other.


From what I just read, the dome pellets seem to be the most accurate, but in all cases, one should try what they can afford, and put it on paper. A little time and effort makes all the difference.


If scope is off center 12inches both down and left can it be brought up and over that much? thanks

asked Ed

That depends on the range of the target the farther the target the more you are able to adjust the scope, keep the rifle inside the effective range (75-125 feet)

Steve from USA
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