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All gas springs (gas pistons, gas rams) are NOT created equal! The Nitro Piston 2 has it all over the original Nitro Piston and almost every other gas spring on the market. Most gas springs have a reputation of being hard to cock, but the NP2 put an end to that. According to airgun writer Tom Gaylord, it's the easiest-cocking gas piston he's ever shot. But Crosman didn't stop the improvements there. They also improved the trigger so it feels like it's been tuned!

Imagine that: A factory trigger that breaks crisp and clean. It has a significantly lighter trigger-pull, not one of those so-called "lawyer" triggers that requires Herculean strength to shoot. As long as they were making improvements, Crosman decided to make a better and more effective integral sound suppression system that really is quiet. You'll notice an immediate difference between the report from your Nitro Piston 2 air rifle and the older Nitro Piston guns or other brands. So, let's add up what you'll get in this great package: Easy cocking, fantastic trigger and less noise. And, it's assembled in Crosman's plant in Bloomfield, New York.

Benjamin Trail NP2 Air Rifle Features
  • NItro-Piston 2 (gas piston)
  • Breakbarrel/Single-shot
  • 15% faster and double the effective shooting range
  • Smoother cocking Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque/spring fatigue
  • Clean Break Trigger(CBT)
  • Reduction in cocking effort
  • Ambidextrous
  • Textured grip and forarm
  • Manual safety
  • Includes CenterPoint Optics 3-9x32 scope and mount
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Benjamin Trail NP2®, Synthetic
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97% Recommend this product (29 of 30 responses)
By Jimmie
Fairport, NY
"Nice Rifle"
October 27, 2014
I'm getting back into shooting again, it's been 15 years since I sold my Sheridan Blue Streak.
I was looking for a rifle that was easier to shoot and load than the Sheridan, no more pumping and trying put load the pellet under the scope.
I found the Sheridan very accurate from 50 feet and I wanted the same from this rifle.
I had difficulty deciding on which cal to order so I ordered both, the 177 and the 22 cal rifles.
The rifles were delivered earlier than expected, the package was very secure with no problems.
I found the scope mounted very easily, I was shooting both rifles in a very short time.
After shooting and sighting in the rifle I found a few minor issues with the scope, the screws came loose after shooting and had to be tightened after about 20 or 30 shots which was a nuisance, I resole the problem and used lok-tite on all the screws, I've fired about 100 shots with the screws still firmly secure.
The other problem with the scope is I think it's sticking, when I made any adjustments to the elevation or windage it didn't seem to make any change, I even adjusted it 20 clicks and it still wouldn't show any change. What I did to resolve the problem is I would turn the adjustment 10 or 20 clicks in one direction and turn it back to it's original position, then make my adjustment.
The rifle is a solid rifle, very well made, I was pleased with the feel and weight of the rifle, the cocking of the break barrel was a breeze, I did find it easier to break after a few hundred shots, it also is a little quieter now. I found the trigger the biggest problem, the travel on the trigger was much too long, even after making an adjustment, though I am starting to get used to it but it is still difficult to get any kind of a tight group.
I purchased the rifles primarily for target shooting, i"m retired and I shoot for a few hours every day and I'm having a great time with them. I was in the Marine Corps in 1959 and I always enjoyed shooting, it's a great pastime. I would recommend these rifles to anyone
ProsA great rifle, good feel good design. Break barrel is easier than I expected. Not as loud as I expected, I live in a suburbs and it's quiet enough to shoot in my backyard without upsetting the neighbors. Overall very impressive appearance.
ConsScope and trigger
By Steve
Hamburg NY.
benjamin trail np2 synthetic 22 cal.
November 19, 2019
My gun came super quick ! I ran a couple of paatches down the barrel put the scope on sighted in adjusted the trigger and I'm a happy boy ! with a 18 grain pellet it folds a penny almost in half (stuck on duct seal) at 15 yards ! I got about 600 pellets though it and couldn't be happier...
Best Usesfun shooting..the squirrels don't like my trail np much !!
By Christian
Buenos Aires
Excellent rifle
July 29, 2018
Ok, there's been a lot of talk about accuracy and power. I bought mine because of a good deal and did know nothing about the gun. When I started shooting with it I had bad groups at 25 yards so started to read in forums. I should say I read A LOT, I mean it. I changed the scope for an UTG 4-16x56, cleaned the barrel with WD-40 without touching o-rings, and shot about 600 pellets. Now this gun shoots like a 4000 dollar sniper rifle. I can shoot a coin at 70 yards easily. It is an awesome gun, very precise but a little heavy. Be careful when loading the piston as you could bent the barrel (I did it and restored to original position with the help of a big chair). I am very happy with this rifle. Cheers from Patagonia, ARGENTINA !
Prosaccuracy, quality, Picattiny rail and price.
ConsVery heavy.
Best UsesHunting small games, and enjoying target shooting with my daughters.
By Mike Y.
Upstate, New York
Among the best of all the break barrel rifles I own
March 30, 2018
I own in excess of seven break barrel type air rifles, and this Benjamin Trail NP2 seems to be one of the best of the bunch when it comes down to general good properties! The rifle lives up to all the claims of repeatable excellent accuracy, power, and being about as quiet as any of of the other rifles I have which make this claim. The only change I have made to the rifle I purchased was to purchase a Center Line scope from the Crosman outlet which had more features than the adequate scope which came with the rifle as purchased. The newer scope offers more enlargement of the target and also offers features used by military sniper scopes. It has enhanced an already accurate rifle to an even more accurate set up. The rifle shot very well when I first received it, but the rifle gets more accurate the more I shoot it- which is not uncommon for these types of air rifles. I've found using the Crosman 10.5 grain Ultra Mag Pellets offer the best and most consistent grouping in this rifle.
ProsAs far as pros, I can't say enough about the accuracy of the Benjamin Trail, It comes with a very acceptable 3-9 scope which does the job just fine.
ConsI can't really come up with any cons with this rifle. I don't know how it handles other types of pellets because I was fortunate to find an accurate pellet right at the beginning of my testing.
Best UsesAlthough I have .22 caliber rifles I have slated for shooting, with the accuracy of this Benjamin Trail I would have no problem using it for small game hunting within acceptable distances. Seeing as it is so so much fun to be able to hit almost anything you can see, I use it for target and fun shooting in a range I have set up on my property.
love it
December 26, 2017
I highly recommend this gun for squirrel hunting and it shoots well with Crosman Premier pellets
Prosshoots well
Consthe scope is sucky
By Ric E.
Great air rifle
December 26, 2017
Couldn't ask for a better rifle for the money .Unfortunately the scope is not so good as it took about 2 hrs to get sighted in . Put it down and had lunch , went back to shooting and had to start from scratch . Oh well I think I will have to spend the bucks and get better one with my next retirement check . All in all great gun ! Will be getting another one for my grandson ! Thanks again to you folks for a job well done .
ProsGood rifle
ConsNot a great scope
By Steve B.
Central Coast,Ca
good rifle after a tune up
October 5, 2017
The scope and rings that came with it could not handle the recoil.The scope would move in the mounts, I replaced the mounts. Then the point of impact would change every 20-30 shots .I replaced them with a UTG 30mm 3-12 mill dot. Complete clean up and re lube of the piston. Replaced the plastic pivot washers for the barrel pivot with copper ones. I worked over the trigger( Who needs a warranty). Now 69 yard shots on ground squirrels no problem. I was shooting with guys that have Gamo air rifles they were impressed. After the mods I think this rifle will shoot as good as one costing much more.
ProsEven after the mods I'm happy with what I paid for the rifle and new scope.
ConsShould come with a better scope, even if price was higher. I would buy another with out a scope and put a good one on it.
Southern PA
July 7, 2017
I bought this rifle to deal with pest rodents on my property, and to introduce myself to Airgun shooting. Sadly it seems that this setup is utterly inadequate for anything but casual plinking. I was aware of the need to clean and loktite all screws at the beginning so that was done when I got the gun. I have put 1500 rounds through the rifle and it has been a source of endless frustration. The most serious problem is the propensity for the barrel to come loose leading to a severe loss of accuracy. Every couple hundred rounds I would have to loosen the stock and re tighten the barrel hinge bolt to remove play. Fine, cheap nylon washers, I can accept that. Replaced the washers with brass ones, cleaned and loktited the bolt which was an improvement, but not enough. The good groups got better, but the bad groups remain. I shoot cards of 9 1/2 in dia targets at 25 yards and the POI will shift dramatically from one target to the next. I will have a 1/2 in group plus one flyer on one target, and a seemingly random 2 - 3" group on the next, the next target will have a 1/2" group, but 2 inches low. Same rest, same hold, same ammo, same gun. I have to constantly chase the POI with the turrets in order to keep hitting the target. I can get everything dialed in and put shots on target, put the gun away and the next day POI will be INCHES off. The existence of some good groups seems to suggest that the gun, and the shooter are reasonably capable of that level of accuracy. The only solution I can offer is that the bundled scope is shifting internally with the recoil and/or as the gun sits, but I am hesitant to purchase a $400 scope for a $200 gun, and that's only a guess.

With all that said, the gun is fun to shoot, the scope is clear and powerful, the gun has plenty of power to do the job, and it has taught me a LOT about hold, trigger control, and technique. However I still am left wishing I had spent a few hundred more on a hatsan, Diana, or walther under lever gun instead. My next gun will probably be a hatsan pcp and this will wind up relegated to the closet until I get my hands on a spare scope to try on it.
ProsCheap Powerful Quiet
ConsPoor quality Sketchy optics Barrel comes loose Mediocre trigger
By Bill
Ontario Canada
June 1, 2017
I have used it for shooting at targets. It is very accurate and have been hitting a 2' circle constantly at 20 meters.
Prosvery accurate
Consa little nosier than I thought it would be
By Don
I like this rifle
May 23, 2017
Got this rifle about two weeks ago and before mounting the scope on it I fired 250 22cal. Pellets into a block of wood to break it in. I had a 3x9 Hawk Vantage IR that I had purchased from Air gun depot that I mounted to the rifle.
Have about 400 rounds threw it and it's really turning into good shooter. Scope and rifle seem to be a good combination. Photo shown is typical on a good day. So far using Crossman Premier 14.3 hp
ProsI like the thumb hole stock, it's not that heavy like some say. Smooth cocking, pretty quiet ,makes more noise hitting the plywood target board than the rifle firing.
ConsI like a good trigger and this one just doesn't cut it. Pretty much to be expected for a gun at this price . Will put an aftermarket trigger in it.
By Richard
Long Island , NY
Benjamin Trail np2
May 23, 2017
Extremely powerful, and accurate
Love the truly adjustable trigger
By Paul
Navarre, FL
First gas piston rifle
March 6, 2017
This is the first gas piston air rifle I have owned. I was amazed by the power and the ease of cocking this rifle. It didn't take long to get it sited in and have it shoots tight quarter sized groups at 30 yards. It is also much quieter than my spring break barrel air rifle. I would definitely recommend this air rifle!
ProsAccurate, easy to cock, quiet
By Shelton
Great rifle with excellent scope
December 13, 2016
I got the NP2 Trail in .22 cal with a synthetic stock. Love it. After cleaning the barrel and mounting the included scope, I was able to zero in the rifle at 40 feet with only 4 shots. I am very happy with the accuracy and scope quality. The scope I received is a Center Point 3 x 9 40 mm AO. Love the AO since my indoor range is 40 I am able to focus the scope for a clear view. Stays in focus from 3 to 9. No problems with loosing or loss of accuracy after 500 plus shots.

The trigger performs very well. I adjusted the first stage to my liking. The second stage is very predictable with a firm pull. Not distracting. From a bench rest I get consistent nickel size groups at 40 feet using Crosman 14.3 Premier Hollow Points.
ProsAccurate. Easy to cock. Love the pistol style stock grip. Scope is very good.
ConsA little heavy, but not inhibiting.
By rob
, northen Michigan
a good gun gets better
October 11, 2016
out of the box gun shot nickel to quarter size groups at 20 yards. After 200 rounds I disassembled it, cleaned and lubed it, replaced plastic barrel washers with brass washers, put SLT kit in trigger and adjusted it. put a good 4 screw scope mount set with a Bushnell scope. Gun will cut the same hole at 20 yards with 5 shot groups now. It is fairly quiet. The more i shoot it the more i like it.
Gun hold is very important. I use a gun bean bag to rest forearm of stock on and only hold gun with trigger hand with stock snug against shoulder. a very relaxed hold.
Prosa good gun for the money can be very accurate with a little work.
Constrigger is new style but still not quite there yet. after adjusting it, long first stage and over 5 lbs. second stage. still more than i like. SLT spring kit helped drop it to 2 to 3 pounds. stock scope is ok but i had a spare Bushnell with much better optics.
By Dan
Middleport, New York
Trail NP2
October 3, 2016
The Trail np2 is a great gun. It's accurate, powerful, and looks great. The scope is not great, but ok. It prefers Crosman Premiers (go figure).
ProsPowerful, accurate
ConsAmmo picky
By Andrew
Tucson, AZ
After a lot of research, I decided to try this rifle. I am SO glad that I did!
July 10, 2016
I purchased my rifle in .22 elsewhere in an unbeatable sale. After doing a lot of research I put this rifle on my short list of rifles I wanted to buy, and I am so glad that I did. This rifle changed my opinion of how much accuracy I could expect from a break-barrel. After putting in a full tin of break-in pellets, I am now using my second tin of sight-in pellets and 9 times out of 10 I am hitting right where I am aiming at 25 yards. I use this mainly for pest control of ground squirrels, and I have already eliminated quite a few with this awesome rifle.

The moderator after break-in works as advertised, this is the quietest airgun that I have ever owned. This is no doubt due to the gas piston being quieter than a spring to the person firing and the moderator quieting the shot down range. The squirrels seem confused by any occasional misses with no loud shot to spook them.

The included scope, while not fancy, is more than adequate for the task. Cocking force is light and smooth.
ProsWhile I am much more a fan of traditional stocks, I have gotten used to this style stock, find it to be quite comfortable. Especially since they have molded the center of balance texturally into the stock so you always know where to put your off hand by feel. I really like that they have engineered a sturdy sling mounting system into the gun that will help you carry it easily into the field. While this gun is not too heavy by my standards, the optional Benjamin single swivel sling is certainly nice to have in order to keep your hands free while out and about all day. So if you have been looking for a relatively affordable, American break-barrel gas-piston air rifle that is quiet, powerful, accurate, and not incredibly hold-sensitive; buy this rifle now and see what I am talking about! It is a great rifle even at full price!
ConsWhile I haven't over-tightened the barrel shroud which would crack the plastic reducing cone as others have complained about, I can see how that could easily happen. Since the shroud, like all threaded applications on a spring/gas piston gun comes loose eventually during the violent recoil, maybe replacing that plastic cone with something tougher or redesigning the whole shroud connection could fix that potential weakness. The trigger is great so no changes needed there. The only other thing I would change is the addition of open iron sights would be a plus to me, I have always been a fan of those.
By timothy s.
new york
Like this NP-2
March 13, 2016
Bought one of these about a month ago . Wasn't that accurate out of the box . Owners paperwork says accuracy improves after about 250 pellets . So what I did was take a tin of pellets and a block of 2x4 and fired the whole tin into the wood in a couple of days . Now the accuracy is much improved , it shoots dead on . Trigger is a little lame , plan on replacing it with a Charlie Da Tuna one . In general I like the gun . The weight and feel is very good . I have read some negative comments about the scope but I find it more than adequate . Overall I 'm glad I bought this gun . Airgun Depot customer service could be better .
Prosaccuracy now scope gun overall
By Chris
Swannanoa, NC
Good gun, but have patience
January 20, 2016
I bought this gun when it first came out. I had the scope rail fall off, but I have found that the crossman company is the best in customer service. They took care of the problem quickly. I also had the suppressor base cone crack. They sent me a new one free.
The gun is extremely pellet picky. Through two years of trial and error I have settled on the JSB exact king and Beeman Devastators.
The scope that comes with it is not good. But it's a $200 gun, what do you want? I put a nice UTG cope on it. This is a must for this gun. If you have a cheap scope, forget it.
The gun is super light. The stock is really comfy. The cocking effort is easy after break in. The break in period is really long, so buy some cheap crossman hollow points for this. Be patient with this gun and you will be rewarded with a light, powerful hunter with a nice trigger action and good ergonomics.
I can now shoot beer cans at 70 yards with ease. The gun will shoot a pellet through a paint can at that distance with ease. I have made head shots on doves from 50 yards ( I eat the breast so head shots are good).
Keep the barrel clean.
ProsLight, quiet, powerful and comfortable to carry and shoot. It's a deal for the price. Crossman company stands behind their guns.
ConsLong break in. Super pellet picky. Initial problems with quality control. Scope should be left at the factory. I did use it on my 8 year olds .177 though.
By Bryan
West Virginia
Great gun
December 26, 2015
I purchased this rifle and I am very pleased with the gun. It is fast and a lot of fun to shoot. I have owned it for two weeks-- and I am now looking for a new scope. Will probably give this scope to my grandson to play with.
ProsShoots fast.
By Doug
Interlochen, MI
Nice Rifle but the Scope is Garbage
October 21, 2015
Scope is JUNK
Adjustment's not linear: smooth then it "jumps". Won't stay zeroed for more than a few shots.
ProsRifle is OK, nothing special.
ConsScope is junk.
By George L.
Alpharetta, GA
An accurate rifle
July 15, 2015
Now on my third and maybe final Air Rifle, I have made the switch from a "Springer" to GAS. They are still both equalily loud and that is due to the mechanics of the rifle. You will hear the piston
bang and loud it will be. I own a Marlin XT-22LR and my two Air Rifles bang almost if not equal to the gas explosion of the bullet. Fire Cracker loud if your looking for a comparison. That covers how loud.
The Ben. Trail NP2 beat out both my Hatsan and my Ruger Air Magnum in several terms; weight& handle along with accuracy and ease of use. I sure did like Ruger putting the safety into the rear of the rifle
but it seems all others really like Trigger housing placement. Not sure I agree with that placement but try and find one besides Ruger who put it safe.
The groupings are great at 40 yards. At 50 yards the groupings get a little scattered but I can hit beer bottles at both 40 and 50 yards. I hit the most with this rifle. I also mounted a green laser sight beam
off the scope. I have a UTG 4X16-40mm scope illuminated recticle. Set the ill Rec. to RED, shoot the Green laser down field and you got Night vision for $140. See / Search Amazon for the $30 Green Laser sight.
In terms of 22LR Rim fire rifles most experts will tell ya to sight it in at 75 yards max; and your reaching at 100 to hit prey. In terms of a decent powered Air Rifle ya need to concede yardage back to 40/50.
If you figure this; The market wants $200 for a decent rifle, $100 for a nice scope, throw a "Toy" on there like a Laser sight and your done at $350. This Rifle accomplishes my needs which is hitting targets consistently at 40 yards and I've had to take out a crow or two that just kept nagging and invading.
ProsWeight is just right; I did throw a slightly heavy scope plus a laser sight so it was important to keep the base unit(rifle) light. Barrel is perfect length and the cocking effort is good relative to what it takes to produce the power. Very slick design; I like the Trigger grip rather than a conventional Rifle set up.
ConsIts a decent Air Rifle but it's a Air Rifle. I think the Market has driven this rifle along with others $100 over its value but - thats the market. If the next version NP3?? hits the market and is set say at $149, that would make it the ideal rife. Trigger is a bit heavy. I know of a buddy who put the $35 into the replacement Trigger and it really made little difference. Shoot the gun, shoot it a lot. Your groupings will come as you strengthen your muscle-memory to the gun.
By Todd
Portland Oregon
Fair air rifle at a fair price
May 10, 2015
Shot a few pellets thew it. Works well. Cover a 5 shot target pattren with a quarter.(50 meter indoor range) Used 4 different pellets all by Crosmen. Haven't used any of the ulta light penetrators yet. Suggest you use the heaviest pellets you can find. The ,177 pellets tend to wonder with the wind easly. They seam to have fixed the trigger issue of the passed versions.Just ajust the screw to fit your preference.
ProsPrice,ease of shooting.a real plinker.Nice starter rifle to teach the kids the basics.
ConsNot a reel fan of the scope that came with it. Wish it had a set of iron sights.Had to shave off burrs around the barrel sleeve,(QA should have caught that one) and it spins when you cock the spring. Really have to suck it in to the shoulder to keep a shot pattern. A little jumpy.
By John
Homestead, FL
Benjamin Trail NP2 (22 cal)
January 21, 2015
Due to the two years and counting .22 lr shortage, I decided to revisit the air gun market. I must admit my previous experience (years ago) with spring piston guns had not impressed me, but I decided to look into what was now available and give it another go. I am very glad I did. Right out of the box I was impressed with the 22 caliber, Benjamin Trail NP2. The gun's size, stock design and weight seemed perfect for my 6'4" frame. Overall fit and finish was mush better than I expected at this price point, in fact it is excellent. After a quick bore cleaning and mounting the supplied scope I set about learning the gun. It quickly became obvious that the gun wanted to shoot well, but was hindered by the poor optics. Not having another air gun rated scope on hand, I mounted a spare Bushnell TRS 25 red dot. Even without magnification and despite my 63 YO eyes the gun produced 20 yard, 10 shot groups as shown. (Note the centered 8 shots were fired after minor windage adjustment.) To make a long story short(er), I will just say I'm glad I gave air guns another look and very happy with my choice of the Trail NP2.
ProsAccurate Power Excellent ergonomics (stock fit) Relatively quiet A real scope rail that makes mounting any optic easy
ConsSupplied scope does not do the gun justice. (understandable, as no one should expect a $200 scope to be supplied with a $200 gun.)
By Enrique
Fort Worth, TX
Quite and easy to cock
January 6, 2015
This is a nice rifle at this price range. First impressions were...Rifle looked nice, felt good when I shouldered it and it was easy to cock and pretty light. Within 25 rounds it seemed to shoot pretty well at 25 yards in a sitting position. It grouped at about a quarter size. As stated earlier is was easy to cock and very quite, sounded like a PCP gun. It shot the Crosman Premier Hollow Points, Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum Dome Pellets---both at 14.3 grains----seems to like these pellets the best, It also shot the JSB Exact Jumbo Heavy 18.3g pretty well. I just wished that it came with better optics as usual. The way Crosman brags about this shooting further than most gas pistons and other springers in its price range, you would think that they've bundle it with better optics to see at those range.
ProsNice feel to it, easy to cock, quite, I like that they finally put some scope rails on it to help prevent scope slide. The price is affordable.
ConsThe furnished 3x9x32 non AO scope with only 3 mildots, instead of full mildots for more range of adjustments is a disappointment. It just doesn't do justice for this gun.
By Shaun
I had no problems
December 20, 2014
I'm hearing everyone had problems with these rifles from I guess the first batch but I just got mine this past week and killed a quarter pounder dove from a 45 yrd distance IMO it stands up for itself next I'm gonna try hog hunting at a 15 yrd shot.
ProsPowerful and accurate
By Rod
Morgan City, LA
An adult airgun
November 26, 2014
Shoots hard, kicks like a mule & very hold sensitive. Does not shoot to manufacture's claim in any area, but still is fun to shoot, so if you want a challenge this is the airgun for you.
ProsWell made
ConsDoes not live up to manufacture's claims
By John
Made in America, optic choice is a China paper weight
November 19, 2014
I shopped and compared for quite some time. Heard about the new NP2 and decided to hold out. I opted for the Camo version and learned of production set-backs due to contractor short-cuts, so after a 6 month + wait reordered a .22 Black. It is a great rifle and after 200 pellets thought I had it dialed in. I rechecked the scope mounts, everything tight, sand bagged in to take some of the variable out, yep! The scope is a cull, as "I shot out both turrets" (same memo I sent to Crossman/Benjamin). I would have bought the air rifle without the scope, but the cheap optics should have been left out of the "package." Would anybody order a new sports car with recap tires? Disgusting! I will order a "quality optic replacement" and realize the fine shooting potential this rifle has.
ProsGood weight, fit (ambidextrous), safety placement, finish, thumbhole stock, re-engineered trigger/adjustable, and magnum harvest power! Great Rifle!
ConsTop sharp edge of stock needs to be chamfered to avoid cuts. Offer a $ credit for optics or leave it out of the deal.
By Robin
Eagle Point, OR
Number two hope it holds up
September 10, 2014
I bought a wood stock NP-2 same gun just a wood stock. See my review. I like this stock better so do my shooting buddies. My first trail NP-2 broke after about 700 rounds. The scope rail witch is spot welded to the gun came off right after I pulled the trigger. I had this less then two weeks when this happened. Air Gun Depot stood behind it. I up graded to a Hastan 155 in the 22 cal. I mounted a 6x24x40 AO BSA scope to both guns and that improved the accuracy buy 30%. This is a 20 to 40 yard gun. I have taken a ground squirrel at 60yd on 1 nice shot. I shoot these guns for target fun with other shooters at our home.I have an out door rang and it is a real hoot to shot. I fallow the owns manual on gun care and I believe this to be important to the life of the gun. The Trail NP-2 seem to have a 2 to three shot group ,the 3rd or 4th shot seems to fly.(just dose) If you want a break barrel gun, this shot nice, I just hope the scope rail stays on this one. Rob I bought the second one before the first one broke.
ProsShoots ok I would buy / I did buy another one. The rubber stock fits better(I think) Easy to cock and hits hard. 22 Cal
ConsWeek scope rails / needs up graded scope also
By Squirrel M.
Nashville, TN
I love this NP2
August 18, 2014
I purchased the .22 NP2 August 5, 2014. I love this air rifle because it is very quiet, powerful, and accurate. It is very easy to cock and easy to hold. I've shot 600 plus Crossman hollow point pellets through it so far. I've taken six Squirrels and all were taking my tomatoes. Some of them were eating the tomatoes as they were taken. I shot these Squirrels at a range of 20-25 yards holding the NP2 free-handed. All were one shot one kill. I do not like the scope that came with it, but have not replaced it yet. A different scope will be on my Christmas list. It took me a short while to adjust the scope, but it was easy. I printed free targets online to set it up. I was concerned about how loud it would be because I have close neighbors. You can rest assured it is quiet enough they want even know what the noise is when you shoot it. It's more like a thump. This thing is powerful, when I hit these Squirrels they dropped instantly and barely even flinched. My Squirrel problem is now under control and am getting tomatoes now! I love target shooting now because I'm confident I can hit right where I aim consistently within a quarter sized area at 20 yards. I think this is because the trigger is more like a real gun. It does not take much pull at the second stage to fire so the gun does not move in the direction of the pull (I'm left handed no pull to the left). Buy one and shoot a tin of pellets through it then you will be use to it and you should experience what I'm experiencing. Please do not comment on the rifle or any other rifle until you've shot a tin of pellets through it. I almost did not purchase this NP2 because of negative reviews. I'm glad I took a chance on this one. I absolutely love it!
By ian c.
oshawa ontario Canada
Why didn't they just do this to begin with!
August 11, 2014
I have serious doubts to the claim of 1200 FPS! I own the 1st version with the Realtree Camo stock and that rifle's claim is 950FPS, your lucky if it will shoot at 800FPS. I know that they make that claim using either plastic or lead free pellets but it would be nice to have a lead pellet velocity posted on the box or the claim as well. Another thing that has me wondering is why the downgraded the scope to a 3-9x32, Mine at least came with the Center Point 3-9x40AO scope a much better scope that what is offered on this rifle. Lastly I contacted Crosman last year when they first announced this new version 2 and asked if I could get the new power plant piston for my version 1. They said no they are not compatible with each other. That makes me a little angry knowing that I should have waited to buy my Benjamin!
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Compare Calibers
Benjamin Trail NP2®, Synthetic
  • 0.22
    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 1100 fps
    Loudness 2-Low-Medium
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1400 fps
    Loudness 2-Low-Medium
  • 0.22
    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 1100 fps
    Loudness 2-Low-Medium
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1400 fps
    Loudness 2-Low-Medium
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