Great for small game hunting, pest control and target shooting, the Benjamin® Trail NP Break-Barrel Air Pistol features Nitro Piston® powered, single-shot action and a cocking aid for easy reloading. The rifled steel barrel and synthetic tactical stock offer durability, and the pistol has a fiber optic, fixed-blade front sight and an adjustable rear sight.
Features and Benefits
Accepts .177 caliber pellets
Nitro Piston® powered, single-shot action
Synthetic tactical frame
Fiber-optic, fixed-blade front sight and an adjustable rear sight
Dovetail optics rail
Cocking aid included for easy reloading
Great for small game hunting, pest control and target shooting
Rifled steel barrel
Important Product and Safety Information
Item will only be shipped using Ground Shipping to the contiguous 48 states only.
The sale or shipment of this product to residents of certain jurisdictions is prohibited. Check your local laws before ordering this product. Check your local laws for any other regulations.
California Residents: This product may be mistaken for a firearm by law enforcement officers or others, and altering its color or brandishing the product in public may be considered a crime.
We recommend the use of protective eyewear whenever using or near the use of this item.
You must be 18 years old to purchase this product. In ordering this product, you certify that you are at least 18 years old and satisfy your jurisdiction's legal requirements to purchase this product.
Rated 2 out of
It's okI bought one and had to return it because the barrel wouldn't open. The second one operates fine but the sight won't adjust down or to the left enough to zero in. I bought a lazer sight but the front sight was too tall to let the lazer get to center so the front sight had to be cut off. The trigger could be smoother. It's really gritty and jerky even after some adjustment. It's not a serious target pistol. On a rest, the best groups at 15 yards with a lazer sight was still 1" or better.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 5 out of
Fun to shoot.First air pistol and so far love it. This pistol likes the Winchester round nose 9.8, Crosman hollow point 7.9 and RWS superdome 8.3 grain pellets. I use the cocking aid which does make it easier to cock. Shoots a little low but groups well, 1.5 - 2 inch, for me. Mainly using for target shooting.
Date published: 2016-02-22
Rated 3 out of
Greg gun from
Greg's review on BThis pistol is to hard to operate. The Break Barrel takes to much effort to charge. Hope as I use the pistol it will get easier.
Date published: 2016-01-27
Rated 3 out of
Not a BenjaminThis thing is made by crossman. It's not the Benjamin quality I grew up with.
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 4 out of
AffordableNice pistol at affordable price. Shoots well and loads fairly easy with the help of the load assist that is included. As with all break barrels and even stationary ones be aware of the barrel droop. I had to return mine an get another because I wasn't able to zero it in cause the droop was too severe to make adjustments on rear sights. The second one was just fine and worked great. I would highly recommend this pistol.
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 5 out of
dog bite from
shoots greatthe gun is well made and this is my first Benjamin air gun. shoots a good group at 50 feet. the cocking assist that go's on the end of the barrel I didn't think I needed it. I like the gun it is worth the money i payed for it.
Date published: 2014-01-28
Rated 5 out of
Best Break Barrel Pellet Pistol Under $100Tested against its twin the Ruger break barrel pellet pistol the Benjamin Trail NP is with out a doubt better. The finish on the metal and plastic and even the breach area is made better. I own this and love it as an air rifle and air pistol enthusiast.
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What scope or red dot sight is recommended for this pistol.
The rear sight on mine (new - have shot about 200 rounds thru it)is tilted and the screw is all the way out (gun shot low and can't raise the rear sight any further at 32 foot range target).
Asked by: PAULSHOOT
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Answered by: smartinez
Date published: 2016-11-30
Does it shoot pellets?
Asked by: Jacob7
Yes, the Benjamin® Trail NP™ Break-Barrel Air Pistol accepts .177 caliber pellets.
Answered by: AntoniaD
Date published: 2016-09-04
Do you ship to Uruguay? How much could be the cost?
Asked by: jwmg
Currently, we are only able to ship (standard ground service) within the 48 contiguous United States and to Alaska and Hawaii via 2 day air or overnight (some restrictions apply). Additionally, we are able to ship to Military APO / FPO addresses and most items will be shipped via US Postal Service for these addresses, but some restrictions do apply. We do not ship firearms.
Answered by: QCooper
Date published: 2016-07-01
does acadamy sell just front sight in store? thanks Brad
Asked by: brad62
Inventory availability and pricing are subject to change. For questions regarding pricing and availability, please contact our Customer Service Center at (888) 922-2336. We are available Monday-Sunday 7:00 AM-12:00 AM CST, you may also reach us by live chat 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Answered by: ArmoniM
Date published: 2017-01-27
My pistol is brand new. What is that little bit of smoke like vapor in the breech after I shoot? Does it have something to do with the nitro piston? Will the piston ever run out of nitro? Thanks.
Asked by: Benjamin Fan
Hi Benjamin Fan,
The Benjamin® Trail NP™ Break-Barrel Air Pistol is Nitro Piston® powered. The nitrogen does not escape when shooting. Basically, a nitro piston gun works the same way as the spring air gun does, but it has nitrogen filled gas ram instead of a coiled spring as the propulsion system. Inside the chamber, there are a nitrogen cylinder and a piston. The nitrogen in the cylinder is already held under pressure and you apply more pressure to it when you cock the gun. The pressurized air is kept under tension until you pull the trigger. When that happens, the gas expands and propels the piston forward. The piston comes rapidly after the air transferred port. The compressed air has nowhere to go but behind the pellet since the chamber is sealed completely. As a result, the pellet is discharged from the barrel due to propellant force of compressed air.
Answered by: Academysportsandoutdoors
Date published: 2017-01-27
What is Nitro Piston ?
Asked by: PetePistol
Hello Pete Pistol,
A "nitro piston" is just a gas piston that is used in place of a mainspring. In general they are considerably quieter and have less vibration than a mainspring.