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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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Benjamin Titan NP®
211 Reviews
66% (139)
27% (56)
5% (10)
2% (4)
1% (2)
77% Recommend this product (163 of 211 responses)
By clif s.
November 19, 2011
This rifle is super impressive both in construction , materials , and most of all performance . Once sighted in with supplied scope , this thing is a true tack driver . With polymer tipped Predator pellets , it is an instant death sentence for annoying squirrels , munks , and moles . Absolutely NOT a toy by any stretch of the imagination . Out side of packaging and labeling , there is no way to distinguish this rifle as a refurb . I am extremely satisfied with my purchase .
ProsTop quality materials , excellent construction . Nice heft . Accurate and quiet .
ConsJust a little bit heavy .
By Tom
Great Low Cost Rifle
October 21, 2019
Powerful. Not bad to cock. Looks good.
ConsTrigger isn't good, but fixes are available. Just Google it.
By Richard G.
Olympia, Washington
Great Gun
July 26, 2019
Great functioning gun have killed plenty of bunnyÔ€™s and a couple deer with H&M pellets and love the gas piston. A great step from a pump rifle love this gun and greatly recommend it and also it punches through a 2 inch thick piece of plywood
ProsFunctionality and the scope
Best UsesDeer and bunny’s great on small game
By Duane
Perris, California
Benjamin Titan .22 Caliber
March 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.
ProsGreat rifle out of the box after replacing the scope. Nice stock.
ConsTrigger, which everyone is aware of, and the inadequate scope included in the package.
Best UsesTarget shooting, small game hunting, pesting.
By Mark
Carol Stream, IL
Great pellet gun
December 13, 2018
I had been looking for a medium priced break barrel for awhile. Have always been a fan of Benjamin / Sheridan / Crosman.
It took more than 1 turn on the scope to get it adjusted, but I'm only shooting 10 yards. Definitely perform the RC bearing trigger fix and adjust the 2nd stage. Once that's done, you will love this gun.
ProsFor me it was the look. I liked the way it looks with the trigger grip stock. Just about the most powerful I wanted to go with, since I will be shooting in my basement. Of course, you can't go wrong with Benjamin products. Haven't shot it a lot yet, so can't recommend any particular pellets. I suggest you read the other review to get a good idea of which pellets others have used.
By Markmtbrider
Cincinnati, oh
Great value
October 28, 2018
Had mine for years. Purchased as a refurb. Sat for a year or so, got it out and it is still 14-15 fpe gun. Not real pellet particular until you go past 25 yards , then mine does best with 16gr poly mags and 18 gr jsb exact. Wouldn't not shoot anything with fur past 35, groups open up past head shots moa. Clocks easy, shoots smooth, do the RC bearing up grade on the triger and keep an eye on all stock and optic screw with loktight and you are good to go.
ProsPerformance, smooth firing for the money. A lot of gun and reliability for the money.
ConsDon't expect the huge power. 14 to 15 fpe at the muzzle with real pellets. Still , it can ring steel and smack cans , it's up to the job if you are. Funky but upgradable trigger.
Best UsesAll plinking duty, hits on skillet in tree at 93 yards, hunting 30yards or less.
By johnny p.
North Carolina
Great way to get started
October 16, 2018
After 55 years of not shooting an air rifle, I've found this rifle to be an excellent way in getting back into the fun. It didn' take long to zero in the scope, (purchased a bit better scope) and once I started shooting I just didn't want to stop. In less than a week I shot through 500 rounds and keep going. Looking forward to upgrading to a PCP!
ProsGreat price, the weight didn't bother me and I felt the rifle was very accurate for the price. Great way to get started!
Best Usesplinking right now, plan on taking out grey squirrels very soon!
By Matt
Beverly, Mass
Good Value
October 15, 2018
It shoots good groups with tight pellets out to 40yds. Devastating to chipmunks and squirrels. I typically need to adjust/resight the gun depending on the weather but 4-5 shots and tweaking the scope and then super accurate
By Jim
very satisfied
October 4, 2018
Have no complaints. Minor adjustment after scope was mounted. Shoots great.
By Mike
Great affordable gun
September 8, 2018
Very nice fun. Quality wood stock. Very accurate. Affordable price.
ProsThumb loop
ConsScope wasn't the best. Still worth the price just for the gun though.
Best UsesTarget shooting.
By Steve
Wethersfield, Connecticut
long term reliability
July 13, 2018
I have the .22 version. It was my first decent air gun. I am amazed by it's power and accuracy. I'm not a hot shot, so the scope was good enough for me. I had it for a few years and it still works fine.
Prosprice, accuracy and power
ConsI can't think of any
Best Usesshooting stuff
By Doug
Rural Michigan
I found the gun great
April 18, 2018
For my first good air rifle, I found the gun impressive in accuracy after I zeroed the scope. To mention the scope, I have seen several comments saying they ran out of adjustment range before they could zero in the scope. I think their problem was in mounting the rings on the receivers dove-tail grooves. I found the rear mount (2 screw clamp and a pointed, spring loaded center screw that fits in a hole of the receiver), to be very hard to mount in the dovetail groves well. I had to back out that spring loaded center screw a bit to get the dovetail to get a full bite into the grove. The first time I mounted the rings, it tightened up feeling good, but the dovetail clamp was only on the dovetail edge of the receiver, (before I backed off the center screw a bit), and that "misalignment" could easily cause your scope to run out of adjustment. My 2 bucks---inflation ya know.
Pros.177 Gamo Rocket pellets, (9.6gr)---flew straight right out of the cardboard gun box for me.
ConsI don't know enough about pellet guns to mention objective cons. All I know is after I got the scope mounted properly, it zeroed in well with the gamo rocket pellets, and the "back yard vermin" are going to have to find a new place to hang out.
Best UsesWhat ever I use it for.
By Richard B.
Phoenix, AZ
A Bargain.
February 27, 2018
I did not like the centerpoint scope, though okay for 40 yards and in. Bought a Busnel 4x9x40 for 28 bucks and now this rifle would be good for hunting. If you cast your own pellets this could be the bargain of your air rifle lifetime!
ProsHigh quality gun, that does not require you to replace the spring every couple of years and you don't have the PCP expenses. If your want a rifle for plinking cans and multiple shots at semi auto, this isn't your game. If you want a rifle to last and stay powerful with no PCP expense or up keep, this IS your choice! It also hasn't escaped me that as a survival gun for hunting this is as good as it gets in my view.
ConsI would advise a better scope as everyone else is spot on when they say this centerpoint works only so-so. But if you want to save for a better scope as I did, its a great stand in and will now be my back-up scope!
By Tom
Great value
January 18, 2018
I'm more than happy with this purchase. shoots great, scope better than expected. Mort than enough gun for whacking chipmunks!
ProsAccurate, scope better than expected, great value
ConsTrigger could be nicer, but what do you expect for under 150 bucks!!
By Avery
Sonoma County, CA
I love this thing
January 2, 2018
I bought this for my younger brother during Christmas so I could live vicariously through him. I wanted a Benjamin air rifle when I was younger and it sure doesnt disappoint.
ProsFantastic build. Out of the box it shoots quarter sized groups at 25 yds. I can hit things consitantly at 50 yds as well. Got rid of two pesky gophers at 30 yds within the first few days. Shooting Gamo Tomahawk Pellets .177 Cal, 7.8 gr
ConsScope but I can’t complain with the price.
By BillO
Mesa Az
Refurbished Benjaman Titan NP .22 cal
November 11, 2017
Air gun looked like NEW I had purchased it for my grandson, It was to much gun for him . I returned it no problems with the return ,everybody was very helpful. Thank You AirgunDepot.I purchased a vigilante pistol from you guys and now my grandson is a happy camper
ProsFast and friendly service
By Michael
Homerville, GA
A great rifle
October 16, 2017
This is a great rifle to have. I bought the .177 and was very happy with it so I bought the .22 as well.
Prospowerful and easy to use
Consthe scope
By Michael
Homerville, GA
Great .177cal air rifle
September 30, 2017
I got this refurbish Benjamin Titan yesterday and put 200 rounds through it right away. I was very amazed at its accuracy and quality. I shot at a target 50 meters to zero it in and got patters around 2 inch size. I'm still trying different pellets but the Gamo Rocket seems the best for it so far. This is one great deal.
By jawick
Just about perfection!
August 5, 2017
This is a quality-built, accurate, easy-cocking, and light air rifle at a great price. I bought a refurbished model, and it has been nothing but perfection even for the price. A lot of people complain about the scope. Well, the scope does work rather well up to 50 yards, and I know I'm hitting very tight groups still after a couple of years and at least a few thousand pellets.
ProsQuality! Price! Accuracy! Weight!
ConsPeople who complain about a scope on such a bargain! Airgun and scope work as numerous deceased rodents are evidence of. Even takes down raccoons without a problem with the so-called cheap scope.
By Lee T.
United States
field target?
July 16, 2017
I've owned this gun for a while now refinished stock added 3x9x40 ao scope one piece scope mount picatinny rings and redon trigger. This gun is very accurate out to 50 yards and beond accurate enough to use in hunter field target. I was very surprised on the grain in the wood and how it turned out. Its a beautiful gun with the power and accuracy to back it up. I own four benjerman airrifles now and any little problem I've had crosman been there. I recomend this gun to beginners and to those who have been shooting a while. Mine likes to shoot stoger pellets and if you do a little research you will find there made by h&n. Get one of these guns they are smooth and a lot of fun to shoot.
ProsPower and accurate
ConsAs usual scope
By Javier R.
Puerto Rico
April 21, 2017
Excellent , I recommend it.
By Marty D.
Imlay City Michigan
Very Good Air Gun.
April 14, 2017
I was very impressed by how much a hundred bucks can get you. If you want to shoot over 40 Yards buy another scope. I bought the refurbished model. Very pleased, shot 20 Shots through it works great. Only problem I had was when they shipped the gun stock was scuff alittle.
By Merrill
Sandwich, IL.
Benjamin Titan np
April 9, 2017
Arrived on time and in good condition, looks like a new gun. Great stock has a good feel, still breaking the gun in at this point. You do need to loctite the screws on the scope I found it loosening while sighting it in. The gun has great power and just gets better as you use it. I'm very pleased with my purchase. Thank you Airgun Depot
ProsGood gun can't beat the price
March 24, 2017
the Benjamin Titan {REFURBISHED} is a great gun,..But it deserve a lot better scope. Over all this is a good buy. already put a couple hundred rounds threw it,,and it worked flawless. you did a really good job refurbishing this gun. thanks for a great gun for a good deal AIRGUN DEPOT.
By Robert
Laharpe illinois
Nice shooting gun for the money
February 5, 2017
It took about 1000 pellets to settle in.Replaced scope with3x9x40 A/O did trigger job from you tube. Shoots dime size groups at 12yards. Had to loc-tite all screws also scope hardware and pivot screw. You need to try several brands of pellets.mine likes benjamin destroyers the best. You must clean the inside of barrel before shooting mine was full of machining oil it was dirty.
ProsPowerful gun for the money
ConsTrigger and scope
By brandon
Great value
January 30, 2017
gun was a bit hard to cock at first but after a few months it eased up, scope is not very good but will do for starting out,
Prosdecent price great wood stock
Consmassive recoil bad scope
By Bill T.
Fairhope. Alabama
Well worth the money
January 28, 2017
I thought at first I had wasted my time and money or I had age gitters. I had to shoot several hundred pellets to start getting a good group. I used several different types of pellets as recommended but initially could not get a group. The rifle started to settle down and I was getting consistent quarter size groups at 30 yards. I suppose with a little more use I can tighten that up. Rifle is more powerful than I expected, I had no trouble putting pellets through a 5/8 inch plywood at 30 yards. I bought the rifle to take care of small critters tearing up my yard and getting in to my wife's bird feeders. I haven't used it for that yet but I am confidant it will do the job. I would recommend this to a friend, this is not a toy and the wife has a hard time cocking it, but this is exactly what I ordered. Although the scope is adequate for me, it could be better. In all, a good value.
ProsPowerful for a .177, great value Simple to use
ConsTime consuming to set up hard to cock Could have a better scope.
By Anthony
Sanford, NC
FIrst Break barrell I bought
January 17, 2017
Had to learn everything the Hard way. After lock tightening the screws for the forearm, scope, and trigger guard. I began to get some consistent groups. I just shoot target practice at 15 to 30 yds. I like the fit and finish of this gun- it's slim and the thumbhole allows you to really get a firm hold on the rifle. I have gotten hooked on Benjamin/Crosman products for a couple of reasons. Their customer service is efficient, they act like they want to keep the customer happy, I know I am with how I have been treated on a couple transactions. They simply sent me a new gun if there was a problem.Kudos to them. I will continue to do business with them in the future.
ProsThe gun is wearing in better each time i take it out for some fun. I have settled on the Crosman premier 14.3g hollowpoints
Consit is just slightly louder than the Crosman Genesis I have- could use a moderator
By hillbilly h.
very well air gun
January 15, 2017
I got the 177cal for the farm for pest l coons wild cat and other and its does a very good job about 75 yard it the killing for small pest 20 or less in the head for the bigger stuff
ConsNothing yet
By Jonathan
San Francisco, California
December 23, 2016
Great value for a nitro piston. I've hit toothpicks from 15 yards away with ease and the feel of the wood makes shooting very casual. Some people may complain about the centerpoint scope, but it actually does a fine job if you know how to use it.
By Mark
Awesome Gun For The Money
November 22, 2016
bought this gun refurbished , can't even tell , was delivered quick, put the scope on, shot a few shots sighted it in, pellet on pellet @ 75yards, HANDS DOWN ONE OF THE BEST AIR RIFLES I'VE EVER OWNED, very nice quality, pretty quiet, its on the lighter end of guns in my collection,
Proslooks awesome trigger pulls nice once you adjust it scope is decent low price
Consnone i can think of, i love the gun
By umari k.
, islamabad
November 22, 2016
nice gun but beuty
Consnice product
By Matthew
Good Deal
November 11, 2016
The weight is very nice, you can hold it out one handed and shoot it like a pistol its so also cocks smoothly and easily.
ProsEverything basically.
ConsThe scope could be the better 3x9 version
By Cmsjaffe
Great gun
October 15, 2016
Very accurate to 100 feet able to pass through 1/2 inch pressure treated plywood easily
Small enough to carry easily
Extremely happy with gun
Scope is junk
Trigger is junk fixed it with the small bearing technique on Facebook fantastic now
Quarter size groups at 60 feet
Would highly recommended in .22 form
Using crosman hollow point .22 pellets
ProsGreat price Great quality for a Chinese gun Once trigger fixed for $2.00 very happy
ConsTrigger is junk Scope is junk Can't mount a bipod to stock only barrel mount Can't mount sling to stock
By Greg
San Diego, CA
refurbished crosman titan
October 9, 2016
loved the stock. was very accurate until it started to cock easily and dropped in pressure and finally died. Thankfully it did this a month before the warranty was over and Crossman replaced it.
Unfortunately the new one is inconsistent at fifty feet. May need to be broken in but having too much fun with my disco and hatsan pcp rifles.
By bob
oceanside, CA
I bought the refub TITAN NP .22 CAL BECAUSE ;
September 23, 2016
You always have a moment of , should I, when you buy refurb. the price was so good I jumped on it. the day it came I opened the box mounted the 4x scope which had the rings attached but not adjusted or leveled. spent some time gitting the eye relief just right and leveled on the rifle. I set up a target and back stop the next day. I have 4 types of Crossman pellets to test groups . 5 shot groups with ea type pellet. the pointed pellets seemed to group best. there was some stringing of shots. I used a bench rest at about 50 to 60 ft. I was thinking the scope might be the cause of the stringing of shots. The field pellet always shot lower than the others. I discovered that these pellets didn't fit the chamber all the same. Some loose fit , others were tight fit. As I shot I checked the fit , if loose I used the pellet. each time using only the loose fit pellets. Groups improved . I then focused on the trigger pull. The trigger has a huge amount of travel before it releases. You need to learn this trigger. Groups improved some more . HAPPY SHOOTING
Consscope clarity not that great hard to focus distortion around outer edges, iron sights if scope fails , the wood was stained a light color makes it look cheaper 4 such a high quality rifle.
By Paul
monson, Massachusetts
Powerful gun
September 6, 2016
The gun looks and feels great! Power is amazing in this price range. Trigger is much better than I expected! Nitro piston is really amazing!
ProsPower! Trigger is great! Light weight! You can leave it cocked for long hunts.
ConsHold sensitive! getting good groups is difficult to achieve.
By Tim
Upstate NY
Power,Acuracy & Price!!
August 27, 2016
I bought 2 of these refurbished 22 cal Nitro's over 3 years ago. They are great plinkers. About an inch at 27 yards with cheep Crossman pellets . Use blue lock tight when putting the scope on. It will eliminate the scope from losing and save you any grief when sighting in. The 22 call will go through small mini kegs you see for beer in the grocery store. I can also attest to killing a racoon at 65 yards.
By Roy C.
Mt. Upton, NY
Great price!
August 7, 2016
Found the rifle to be just what I wanted, for light duty work. Like my runaway population of chipmunks, would have no problem recommending this rifle to anyone!!
By howard g.
Came incomplete
July 29, 2016
The gun is really good but the scope is very blurry and cheap
ProsGun very nice
ConsScope cheap and blurry
By Bob
western NC
Excellent pest remover (.22 cal)
July 20, 2016
Picked this up as a re-furb a month or so ago. Set target up at 45' (15yds) for scope setup and alignment and it took 6 shots to get on paper, and another 6 to get sighted in. Once sighted in and refocused for about 25', it performed its initial duty admirably which was pest and rat control. The rats came when the neighbor left a brush and deadfall pile next to the chicken coop, and I didn't want to use a powder-burner since there are mobile homes in the line of fire about 200 yd further down.

That being said, an afternoon of sighting in and aligning the scope (ya get what ya pay for) and a few evenings pest nailing, and no more rats. I guess they got the message after bagging 6 of them and leaving the carcasses on the brush pile as a warning. Anyway, no sign of those pests for over a week now.

Now, as most other reviewers have mentioned (and I took it into consideration when placing my order), the trigger is absolutely HORRID - my Mosin-Nagant has a smoother pull and crisper break than this thing, and the Mosin is horrid in comparison to a proper match-grade 2-stage trigger. I WILL be getting a Charlie Da Tuna trigger replacement ASAP, as the inconsistent trigger release point (varies between 7 and 10 lb and the break point in trigger pull varies as much as 1/16") causes issues with repeat-ability.
Prosexcellent accuracy, excellent power using Crosman Premier HP (14.3gr)
ConsLack of open sights, horrible trigger with inconsistent release point (both spatial and force required)
By edward
Lynn, Massachusetts
First Pellet Rifle.
July 9, 2016
I wanted to get a pellet rifle for target and killing rats that might come on property. The heft alone lets you know it is a powerhouse. It takes getting use to as it takes some arm strength to cock it. I am shooting at the most 25 yards so I am going to be getting a red dot sight for quicker putting on target and firing. At the price it is a very good buy.
ProsInexpensive , powerful and rifled barrel
Consoptical sight needs improving ; but for the price you can spend some money on a better scope.
By Kelly
Reno, NV
June 27, 2016
Love this gun and it can't be beaten for the price. Have patience while breaking in.
ProsAccurate, wood stock, feels great, great price.
ConsNone at all
By Kelly
Reno, NV
Great value
June 27, 2016
Took quite a few shots to get it dialed but its a great gun and for the price it can't be beaten.
ProsAccurate, reasonable price, wood stock, feels great.
By Jeff
North cal.
For the price great bang for the buck.
June 23, 2016
Bought this for gofer eradication it does I nice job. Groups at 30 yards, inch, inch and a quarter. Pretty consistent for a springer ,gun came real fast. Like 3 days. Gun stock was nice over all for 100$ I'm happy . You will be too. My next is the Benjamin armada, magpol! Hope this helps happy back yard adventures. W
ProsLike the stock, mine was zeroed in at 30 yards in under 200 shots. Pretty thight groups for a springer . Price for 100$ you can't and I mean can't go wrong.
ConsYes trigger pull is long. But play with it. Quit complaining. Like every piece of equipment each one is different . The trigger n your sig is not the same as your 308. So take some time and get used to it. Other than that,adjustable scope would be nice but there again . 100$ you can't beat it.
By Thomas H.
Wallace SC 29596
Benjamin Titan 22 cal
June 22, 2016
This was the first brake barrel I ever had ,years ago , we had so much fun with it I ordered two . I put 120$ scopes on them we have so much fun with them . I put waser's on the trigger's this put one at 2.5 pull the other at 1.5 very smooth . know long pull made a big big differ's . We come up with a new shooting game . I'd like to patten it . It is so simple . For the money you will never go wrong with a Benjamin Titan or trial there fun and last . I just got the BSA FX SE can't say it's a lot better 395$ .
ProsEasy cocking good shooting looks hot .
ConsScope, trigger , would like the bigger scope mounts , the 11mm is not to good I have had trouble with one , trigger pull is way way to much .. I guess they can't put know better scope on them and sale it so cheap .
By David
Great Gun
June 20, 2016
I have owned this gun in .22 for several years so I thought I would like to have one in .177. Just like the .22 it's smooth and accurate. I recommend replacing the long gritty Crosman trigger and using a better scope.
ProsSmooth, powerful and accurate
ConsStock trigger is not great. Stock scope is not great.
By Paul
Ogden, utah
Great looking and feeling
June 15, 2016
This gun feels and looks beautiful. Craftsmanship is great. Feels heavy duty, not cheap plasticy. Now, looks aren't everything. I've shot quite a bit with it. I got it for a magpie problem I'm having and it has been impossible to sight in. I've been adjusting everything and shooting like crazy. I have it set up with a bipod and still can't get consistent shots. Honestly I wish it had iron sights. I'd get another scope but I don't even know if it's the scope! I've had a couple other people shoot it and it's been the same result. Again, beautiful, but no grouping at all. Further testing will hopefully find the culprit. Want to give 5 stars but can't. Might recommend in the future if I ever get it figured out. We will see but for now I wouldn't recommend
ProsFeels great Heavy duty feeling Nice finish
ConsNo iron sights Can't sight it in for the life of me( perhaps scope was ruined in shipping)
By Milsurpgun
Good value
June 15, 2016
Good cost on refurb unit. Haven't shot much but seems accuarte. Like the finish and quality for the price. Happy overall. Airgundepot was great with purchase & delivery.
Prosquality for price
By james
, sw idaho, farm country
June 15, 2016
was good as new , has better than stated pellet speed , would recomend to any one who wants to try np rather than spring , is consistent with all shots. have fired over 100 shots rite out of the box through cronograph , all were just over 900 fps .
Proseverything was as stated , all worked better than expected.
By Phil
Best gun for the money and just a super gun!! THANK YOU AIR GUN DEPOT YOU'RE THE BEST
June 6, 2016
This gun is very accurate, very quiet, super fast and powerful. I have bought many of this particular model just to have in my collection. Just an all around great gun to have. My go to gun. love the thumb hole stock very comfortable,makes the gun feel lighter than it actually is. A must have air gun for everyone. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
ProsThis gun is very accurate, very quiet, super fast and powerful. I have bought many of this particular model just to have in my collection. Just an all around great gun to have. My go to gun. love the thumb hole stock very comfortable,makes the gun feel lighter than it actually is. A must have air gun for everyone. THANK YOU AIR GUN DEPOT
ConsAbsolutely none . Just a sweet air gun.
By Russell R.
Lowell, MI
June 3, 2016
I received my Air Rifle two days before the scheduled delivery date so that impressed me right from the start. I thought the first time I cocked the rifle that maybe I needed to do some bicep curls. Man this thing cocked hard. It got a little easier after that but still need to put it over my knee. I fired about 10 pellets through it and could not get it to zero. It keeps shooting left. Nice grouping but 2 inches left. Even after I had dialed the windage knob nearly out. I just got another scope mounted but have yet to try it. Maybe I'll do an update after I try it. All in all the gun looks brand new and would have believed it was had it not been for the sticker that said "refurbished". Sure shoots strong though. I really like it and believe it to be a considerable value in my opinion.
ProsLooks Like New!!
ConsA little hard to cock for an old geezer like me.
By Arlen
Jacksonville, FL
Fantastic Gun At A Great Price
June 1, 2016
I love this gun so much I bought another one for my son! We're allowed to shoot these within the city limits (only requirement is the pellet can't travel beyond your property) so I set up a target range in the back yard. We were surprised to see the 14gr lead pellets travel through the 3/4 inch plywood from a distance of 30 feet and splintering the back, continuing another 12 feet to embed into our privacy fence. Going to double the plywood backing to see if that keeps the pellet from traveling all the way through. Rifle and scope were very accurate right out of the box.
By Ron
Blue Springs, MO
Be sure and ust the right pellets!
March 15, 2016
About two years ago I bought a Ruger Blackhawk, .177, and it came with a 4x32 scope. I read all the reviews before I bought it and was aware it would take some time and a lot of shots before it settled down and became accurate. Also, every review stated that the scope was junk. I put over 200 rounds through it and still couldnt hit a target. No accuracy what so ever and I agreed, the scope was worthless.

So I recently bought a Benjamin Titan NP, .177 and it came with a 4x32 scope. Same story as with the Ruger. After over 100 shots, no accuracy at all and if anything, it was getting worse.

I couldnt see through the scope very well and it didnt come with instructions. I decided I had nothing to lose so I broke loose the retaining ring and adjusted the focal length, and locked the ring back down. Wow, I could now see through the scope! but still couldn't put two shots in the same place.

After reading numerous reviews, I decided to try using different pellets. I had tried 3 different brands of pellets but thought trying another couldnt hurt. The weight of the pellets I had been using was not marked on the container, so I made sure to get the heavier pellets and bought Premier Ultra Magnum, 10.5 gr. WHAT A DIFFERENCE! After about 10 shots I was able to get the scope sighted and was grouping shots within one inch. It took about another 15 shots to get the scope fine tuned and was hitting bulls eyes consistently. I still can hardly believe what a difference the heavier pellets made.

So, I got the Ruger out and tried it with the 10.5gr pellets. First, I adjusted the focal length on the scope and what a difference it makes when you can see the target clearly. It took about 25 shots to get the scope sighted and then another 25 to get it fine tuned. Now it shoots dead center every time.

I am absolutely amazed at the complete difference the 10.5gr pellets and adjusting the scopes made.
ProsFantastic buy for the price. Very accurate with 10.5gr pellets.
ConsTrigger pull - I watched a You-Tube video and reworked mine. Now it's fine. The finish on the stock was marred so I refinished it and it looks fine - It was a refurbished gun so I wasn't expecting it to be perfect.
By "John"
Benjamin Titan NP .22
February 27, 2016
Bought a used one in .22 cal, looks new, not really broken in. Had an after
market scope, but the elevation knob was loose. I put a variable power BSA on it. Zeroed it in, but after 50 +/- shots it looses ze


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Don't believe those who say this gun has NO vibration, it has plenty. After a couple hundred shots, the scope is backing off the receiver. It is quieter than my Springer rifles, but does not seem to have the velocity or power of my Gamo Big Cat ,22, but is more accurate up until you hit about 50 shots, then it's time to break out the target papDr again. If I had to do it over I would not buy this rifle.
ProsBeautiful rifle. Quiet, easier to cock.
ConsHeavy, excessive vibration, won't hold zero for long.
By Ken
Awesome Rifle for The Money!
January 26, 2016
Purchased this rifle in .22 caliber. I added a Hawke Sport Optics scope. Once sighted in,I was very impressed with it's accuracy right out of the box. I really like the stock and how well it seems to balance for me. Very powerful rifle. You kinda get used to the trigger after about 50 rounds or so...very similar to some tactical rifles. Buy this won't be disappointed.
ProsVery powerful and accurate,has a nice looking stock that I find pretty comfortable.
Conssome may find the rifle to be a bit heavy. the included scope does not do the rifle justice...replace it.
By Bill
Tampa, Florida
Great For Small Game and Target Practice
September 10, 2015
I've owned this rifle for about 4 years now and can tell you for the price, it is great. I switched from the scope to a red dot since most of my shots are less than 50 meters. I live in the country so we have plenty of raccoons, armadillos, possums and squirrels. I let my dogs chase the squirrels, but all the other critters are fair game. My rifle is dialed in and is great with head shots except for the armadilllos. With the armadilllos I have plenty of power to penetrate their armor for a body shot. I might have done too good of a job, because I haven't seen a raccoon in about a year. The armadilllos were gone for a long time, but I spotted two last night, so it's game on.­Ÿ‘╣
ProsPrice, power, quality, accuracy
Consit would have been nice if it had a rail system, but it was easy for me to put my own on for less than $10.
By Adam
berlin new hampshire
best gun I own
August 25, 2015
This gun is great. I hunt small game rabbits and such this gun can drop a 20 lb animal no problem
ConsOver time my safety has failed to engage now.
By dalton c.
Bang for your buck
August 3, 2015
With minimal tuning this chinese tackdriver can reach its full potential. I' did extensive research as to the best way to spend what money I had and this is what many people led me to.

Fresh out the box you will want to do the quick 5x8x2.5 RC bearing swap on the trigger as the factory 2 stage is just terrible( get the charlie da tuna trigga if money isnt an issue, bearing is a legit $2 fix however), Run a couple q-tips breech to muzzle as these come heavily oiled. Tighten stock screws, possibly blue loctite them. Crank down the flat head @ the breech. I suggest adding something to the pistol grip as its really think and you will have better command of your shot with a thicker grip. I paracorded mine about 3 inches, nothing too long just enough to let the gun move on its own,

Took about 1500 shots before mine really dialed in. Scope is a center point 3-9x32
ProsCheap Chinese barrel is one of the better Ive seen Minimal barrel droop if at all. Ez tune and shes purring like a kitten
ConsThin grip. Cheap wood stock. Heavily oiled. Trigger needs work out of the box.
By John D.
Carmine, TX
A Great Buy!
May 31, 2015
This is one of the best Buy's I have come across in a long time. Gun shoots very well right out of the box. Mounted the scope and was hitting tin cans standing upright or laying down from 25 yards. Very impressed with fit and finish and incredibly impressed with the trigger, smooth and crisp. The trigger is also adjustable, but I doubt I will need too. Give it a try, you will like it.
By wayland
Love my Gun, looks brand new
May 20, 2015
When I opened the well packed box, Wow everyone around though I just got a new gun. I put scope on and went outside to adjust it. First shot a perfect hit. At 100 feet I was knocking the plastic caps off the small paint cans. The scope you can live with but I after shooting for awhile I put a lot more powerful on on. I have seen where people tell the trigger pull is hard. My thoughts if you just pull the trigger you will think it hard, If you gently squeeze the trigger to me I like the pull.
ProsLots of power, it surprised me how hard this pellet gun hits. Don't let kids play with this, It is very strong shooting. I love it.
By Ralph
Benjamin Titan Nitro - FIrst Look
May 11, 2015
I purchased this rifle as a possible solution for an increasing population of critters in our yard. It was my first experience with a rifle with this level of power. Although it is a refurbished model, I only found one small ding on the stock.

Prior to ordering I went over the specifications and noted that it required 31 lbs of pressure to cock this model. It also needed a bit of force to break the barrel so it can be cocked. Since I am not a young man any more I was a bit concerned with these factors, but decided to take a chance anyhow. My fears quickly vanished.

The first few times I used the rifle, depressing the barrel to cock it was a bit tough. Likewise, restoring the barrel to the closed position requires a little effort. However, the more I use it, the easier these actions become as the parts break in. I do not believe this will be a problem as long as I am careful closing the barrel; you can pinch flesh if you are not careful and I suspect that would be rather painful.

This is my first experience with a rifle that has this much power and I was uncertain what to expect. The first time I fired it, I was shocked by the recoil. It was not significant, but it was definitely noticeable. The next awakening came with the pellet velocity. The specifications say it can produce up to 1200 FPS with a high-velocity pellet. I am still using regular pellets but the manual says velocity will increase after the recommended break-in period (around 100 shots) This must be true. The first shot passed throuigh the target materials (paper and cardboard) and was embedded in a 1/4 inch plywood sheet I was using as a backstop at a distance of about 30 yards. Subsequent shots no longer are stopped by the backstop; they pass clean through. I do not think power will be an issue (I can't wait to try some high-velocity pellets.

All in all I am happy with my purchase and expect a long and useful life.
ProsHigh power provides accuracy and range. This model shipped with a scope included.
ConsThis is a single shot rifle, and I would have much preferred a magazine. You must be careful after cocking the rifle when the barrel ts placed back in position; there is a potential to pinch flesh if you are not careful. The high power this rifle offers is offset by the fact that it can loosen mounting hardware and attachments (like the scope). It is a good idea to check for secure attachments prior to a shooting session. The rifle is a bit hefty and requires a good firing stance or a fixed support to maintain accuracy.
By Ernie
Daytona Beach,FL
Crazy gun
March 12, 2015
As most have done, I installed an upgraded scope and tried different pellets. After about 200 pellets from 7 different types, it was still shooting like a shotgun. After thinking about where to throw it, I went to youtube and a guy on there had a demo of different pellets in this gun. So I bought some H&N pellets that he suggested and in a matter of 10 shots, it magically zeroed right in. So not to leave well enough alone, I bought a Trail barrel to be quieter and all the parts to install it. Once installed, it performed exactly like the original (terrible). Ready to reinstall the original barrel, I tried a few more shots and the new barrel zeroed right in. So, if you can't hit the broad side of barn with your, pump some more pellets through it and it will be fine. Just have patience. Also, go online and learn how to make the trigger act to your liking. It's not hard to disassemble the gun enough to get at the trigger assembly.
ProsCheap, powerful, well built for the money
By Jerry
Benjamin Nitro .22
March 5, 2015
Great gun for the price but had problems sighting in the scope that came with the gun, replace scope with a older Nikon was able to sight in the gun . Would recommend this as a first break barrel having to share with son looks like I will be getting another break barrel soon
ProsWould purchase again lots of power
ConsUpgrade scope
By jawick
Substandard air rifle
February 13, 2015
I am very disappointed with this my refurbished Benjamin (Crosman) Nitro Piston Air Rifle. Both the gun and scope are quite substandard in regards to previous air rifles I have bought over the years, and the straight stock is very hard to get used to. Groupings are also not very impressive either, but I've only put around 100 rounds through it at the this time. Hopefully, it will improve.
ConsMaybe too cheap as it not a quality air rifle. Very straight build to the rifle and stock makes handling rather awkward. Scope.
By Mike
Refurbed Benjamin Titan NP
February 13, 2015
I purchased this gun as a refurbished Benjamin at a great price and have shot it about 300 times so far and could not be happier with as I had a Titan GP that I had traded to a friend for a Benjamin HPA bottle and just could not live with out my old Titan so I waited and got this one on sale and it is just the same as the one I traded. the 4x32 scope they come with are okay but unless you readjust the front parallax by removing cover and turning the lens to focus at 35 to 5o yards it is not clear at all at close ranges. I put a 3x9 32 scope on it and it made it much easier to see the target with. I am happy I got me another Titan
ProsSmooth shooting for a Nitro piston gun and much better than a coil spring gun I had bought a NP2 back in December to replace the Titan I traded but crosman has really dropped the ball on the NP2 as it was far worse in recoil and cheap feeling that my Titan and only shot 70 fps faster. The Titan is far more accurate than the NP2 was and just plainly much smoother and a better break barrel gun and my new titan is only 40 fps slower than the NP2 I had was so the little difference in power is not worth the trade off for more recoil and less accuracy as all the power in the world is worth nothing if you cannot hit what you are aiming at. I would recommend this gun over a NP2 every time.
Consnone really other than it should at least have a 3x9 x32 scope included instead of the 4x32 and the trigger needs some time to break in even with the RC bearing mod done to it.
By Hunter H.
Love it
February 6, 2015
i bought this gun few days ago and absolutely love it way better than i ever would of imagined it would of been. shoots good cocks easier than most ive had in the past the scope is good for beginner level im gonna leave it on it for awhile before upgading the optics but def a good investment.
By gene h.
Neillsville Wisconsin
Second Benjamin rifle i own
January 14, 2015
This rifle has worked weld but not great so fare i have a Benjamin bt9m22snp that works great and the pull force on that rifle is less so all purposes that is the rifle i go to most at least for now until i use the 177 cal more and find pellets that work best in it the 22 cal needs heavy 22 gr pellets to get the best accracy from that rifle .
ProsNice looking rifle works best so far with gamo rocket pellets trigger pull about average .
ConsHave not found many pellets that work well in rifle have shoot 500 rounds and still have fliers so will try more brands.
By g w.
Milner, Ga
Great gun so far
January 10, 2015
Have only shot about 50 rounds and it beats my expectations--now if the accuracy will settle in as others have predicted I will be a happy camper. Easier to cock than I expected and quiet too. I like the fact that you don't have to discharge it to prevent damage to a pressure chamber, One minor irritant is that it is somewhat difficult to place a pellet in correct alignment before pressing it in and closing the barrel--still takes me a good 30 seconds.
ProsIt beats my old JC Higgins pump all to heck.
ConsHard to get a pellet in correctly.
By Eric
Arizona Territory
Nitro Piston Goodness
January 8, 2015
It just arrived this evening - well boxed and overcase packaged. For the initial appearance, I can unequivocally state that the wood finish is about the ugliest ever applied to lumber. The wood appears to be beech, and once I've got it all sighted in and all my pellets that are still in transit tested, I'll tear it all down and strip the finish, then restain with an American Walnut stain that will give it a more manly appearance.

The scope that came in the package looks clear and sharp, and I'll likely use it on another rifle. I currently have an old 3 x 9 scope installed. It took about 4 shots to zero it at 30' using some 25 year old 14.5 grain RWS Superpoints. The rifle needs to be broken in, but already I've got 5 shots all touching. The trigger needs a lot of work, but is already smoothing up with just a few shots fired. From what I've read in other reviews, this rifle seems to favor pellets within the 14.3 grain range.

I'll likely complain more later about the trigger, but regardless of the long take up, accuracy is already superb.

This weekend, I'll take it outdoors and do some longer range plinking. Some taller scope rings are already in the mail, and I'll use them with an old Tasco 6 x 18 scope. With an assortment of pellets on the way, I can't wait to see how well I can reach out and touch the target.
ProsAfter more twiddling with the trigger, and break-in with a few hundred more pellets, then strip and refinish the ugly wood, this will not only be a tack driver, but a good-looking one. The price for the quality was a genuine bargain. If you want an outstanding .22 air rifle at a budget price, this one can't be beat.
ConsIcky trigger, but I'll make it not only work, but work well.
By Gerry M.
North Florida
Accurate, Powerful, & worth the money.
January 8, 2015
Very accurate and powerful .22 cal. airgun. Well worth the money. I loaned it to a friend who had squirrel problems and he quickly solved this issue so much that I thought I was going to have to pry it from his "cold, dead fingers"...I had to run him down to get it back from him. He offered to buy the gun from me and wanted to know where he could get one. This pellet gun is well worth the money and will likely last a lifetime if well taken care of. My friend fell in love with it, and I adore it greatly too.
ProsAccurate and powerful. Very aesthetically pleasing, looks like a high power rifle from a distance. I will recommend this gun to all my friends that's in the market, much better knock down than any .177 cal.
ConsIt is heavy and if you have a shoulder issue, you'd need to rest it on a limb, etc. It's not a cheapo, its heavy duty.
By Ron
Western N.C. mountains
Nitro 177
December 31, 2014
Good Rifle, shoots straight with little recoil Getting sling hardware is a chore but can be done, Sighted in at 40 yards I got a group of 4 inches and with
more diligence and practice I am sure that I can close that up. Bullet speed is Plus 1250 with good ammo
Proscocks with ease, nice finish
ConsHeavy on the front but that might be normal with this type of mechanism
By Georgi
Wilmington, Delaware
December 30, 2014
Great product, fast shipping!! Highly recommended - THANK YOU!!!
lansing, MI
benjamin titan
December 29, 2014
"got my gun quickly.came nicely boxed. bolted on the scope and had it sighted in in seven shots at 25 feet. scope needed some adjustment to get it to focus. shoots great.can get a 1" group at 25 ft. john whaley
Prosgood feel,exelent power.great price.
Consneeds better scope,but good for the price
By Joseph
Cortland, NY
December 27, 2014
I bought this for my grown son for Christmas and he loved it. Super accurate and plenty of punch!
ProsAccurate,powerful,well made!
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Benjamin Titan NP®
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    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1200 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
    Mag Capacity 1
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    Velocity 950 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
    Mag Capacity 1
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    Velocity 1200 fps
    Mag Capacity 1
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    Velocity 950 fps
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