Benjamin Trail Nitro Piston XL 1100 .22-Caliber Air Rifle

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Benjamin Trail Nitro Piston XL 1100 .22-Caliber Air Rifle
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  • Ambidextrous stock
  • Weight: 8.8 lbs
  • Safety: Ambidextrous manual
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    The Benjamin Trail Nitro Piston XL 1100 .22-Caliber Air Rifle is powered by a Nitro Piston Technology that provides a quieter shot, reduced recoil and greater velocity/energy consistency. This Benjamin Trail air rifle is developed to deliver increased power with exceptional energy levels: They generate 28fpe with pellet velocity up to 1100fps (lead free pellet). The Benjamin Trail NP XL is equipped with a 3-9x40mm CenterPoint precision scope featuring an adjustable objective and Mil-Dot reticle. This nitro piston air rifle has ventilated rubber recoil pads and checkered hardwood stock. The Benjamin Trail air rifle is not adversely affected by temperature.

    Benjamin Trail Nitro Piston XL 1100 .22-Caliber Air Rifle:

    • Benjamin Trail air rifle has ambidextrous stock
    • Nitro piston air rifle features bull barrel (helps reduce barrel vibration)
    • Checkered hardwood stock
    • Ventilated rubber recoil pads
    • The gas piston uses compressed nitrogen as the power source
    • Benjamin Trail air rifle is not adversely affected by temperature
    • Reduced recoil (spring torque)
    • Higher velocity and muzzle energy capabilities
    • Can remain cocked without weakening the power source (no spring fatigue)
    • Pellet capacity: single shot
    • Pellet velocity: 1100fps with lead-free pellets
    • Weight: 8.8 lbs
    • Length: 48.25"
    • Barrel: Rifled
    • Scope with rings included
    • Scope type: CenterPoint 3-9x40mm
    • Safety: Ambidextrous manual

    DISCLAIMER: You must be 18 years old to purchase this product. The sale or shipment of this product to residents of California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Puerto Rico and Canada is prohibited. Check your local laws before ordering this product. We recommend the use of protective eyewear whenever using or near the use of this item.


    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: BT1122WNP
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 29.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 48.25 x 2.0 x 6.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 952406

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 45 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    Nice rifle but for adults only! Glad I purchased!

    Customer review by DandydanMan

    5.0 stars by DandydanMan

    Right from the box, after installing the scope this gun shot groups which could be covered by a quarter at 10 yds. using the Crosman Premier HP 14.3 gr. which is cheaper pellets than others that can be purchased. I moved back to 20 yds. and it shot about 2" high but still held a group which could be covered by a half dollar. I'm anxious to move to 30 yds. and shoot because with the MIL dot scope which comes with the gun a person shoud be able to hit at any yardage, once he shoots the gun enough to know it. From all reviews I read before purchasing, they say the gun actually gets more accurate and quieter after around 200 shots. There is some really good information on youtube about the velocities with the different grain pellets and supposedly which pellets seem to be shooting best from this rifle. I'm anxious to try some 16 grain pellets which some say shoot even better. If you're looking for a good rifle I recommend! Good shooting and be safe!

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    Kansas, OK
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every few days

    Customer review by ChipmunkHunter32

    5.0 stars by ChipmunkHunter32

    Pros: Accurracy! Velocity/Power! Style! Cons: Weight and trigger pull. But the gun is well balanced and you can attach a sling to the gun so the weight is not too bad. Most air rifles have poor triggers but you will learn to adjust. This gun is for serious air rifle shooters. This can easily take down a groundhog or rabbit within 60 yards. I love this gun!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:5 - 6 months
    Usage:Every day
    Read my review!! The Benjamin NP XL1100 explained.

    Customer review by AnAverageCustomer

    5.0 stars by AnAverageCustomer

    The XL1100. Please do not take 250 shots seriously. Just practice with them but do not evaluate your gun until you are up around 250 to 300 shots. If you try to decide if you like the gun in the first 250 shots, you may make a mistake. First when you mount the scope, you will notice a little bit of play right before it tightens up. Tighten the back of the scope first then the front. When or if you feel the play before you tighten the scope, put pressure downward on the scope. This will make it easier to zero the scope. As you pass the 250 - 350 shot margin, the cocking will be a A lOT EASIER then it was when it was brand new . It will be a lot more quieter after that margin. There are a couple of rifles that go for around $150 and claim up to 950 fps. You will get 300 fps more and you will thank yourself for spending the extra money for the XL1100. You may notice that the pull on this trigger is very long and it is really difficult to feel when exactly the gun will fire. This is what the trigger con is. What I do is hold the rifle with a very loose grip. Pull on the trigger and let the rifle do what it wants as it recoils. If you do this, then you will be amazed at the accuracy of this gun!! I recommend Cosman Premier pellets because if you go in store to Walmart you can get 500 pellets for about $8. They are very good quality at about half the cost of some of the other ones.

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    Central Florida
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every day
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    by luckytone 5/29/2011
    • No, you should never need to buy nitro !
      by MrBenjaminXL3/29/2015
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    • No, it's permanently charged and sealed.
      by w10863/29/2015
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    • no, the nitro means that the gun is powered by a piston, like a car piston to shove the air through the gun than the outher pellet guns. They use a spring to push the air through. Also the nitro piston system is mush better to use.
      by 9mmXDM4/26/2015
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    • No. The nitro is referring to the gas that is in the chamber that is creating the force to propel the pellet. It is a sealed chamber so you only pump it once to compress the gas.
      by RogalDorn2/16/2015
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    • No it has a nitro piston where some have a spring system.
      by jrw0012/16/2015
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    • nope just break open the barrel( tap the end of the barrel it will slightly open pull downward untill the barrel dosent push against you) then load a pellet in pull the barrel up and your ready to go
      by Jakefromstatefarm2/16/2015
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    • No, nitro means it is a nitrogen charged piston.
      by RMikeO2/16/2015
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    • NO.The nitro piston lasts very long.I read it lasts for about 100k times and no one nitro rifle has had to be fixed yet.
      by Punkguy00172/16/2015
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    • No, the nitro is sealed in the rifle. When you c0ck the gun it compresses nitro instead of a spring.
      by 1Judge2/16/2015
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    • No! The rifle uses a piston which compresses the air which projects the pellet thus the NP which stands for NITRO pISTON.
      by DandydanMan2/16/2015
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    by zbbb3 6/1/2012
    • yes it shoots 1500 fps with gamo pba ammo
      by uwillshootureyeout4/25/2015
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    • Yes it is. It is available in .177, .22, and .25 calibers.
      by FLdudeinUtah1/14/2015
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    • Yes it is the Benjamin Trail Nitro Piston NP XL 1500 177-Caliber Air Rifle
      by MrBenjaminXL2/8/2015
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    • it comes in .177, .22, ad .25 although Walmart may not carry all of them. The .177 is very fast and as the pellet approaches the speed of sound, it becomes less accurate. I have a RWS air rifle in 0.20 cal and bought the 0.22 nitro because the pellets were going right through the game at 50 yards and not producing the shock necessary for a clean kill.
      by Lew222/17/2013
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    • yes, it does and the .177 caliber has 1500 fps.
      by 9mmXDM2/17/2013
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    • Yes, its a different model number.
      by RogalDorn1/14/2015
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    • Yes I know people that have them an they are the same great gun...they also come in 25 cal. also.
      by jrw0012/17/2013
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    • No, the Nitrogen mentioned refers to the spring inside. Most guns like this use a regular looking steel coil spring, but this one uses a nitrogen gas filled pneumatic spring, similar to the struts used on the rear hatch and hoods of many cars. The gas spring is smoother and quieter than a coil spring, and often gives better accuracy and power. It's a nice feature and many guns are using them now. So the only thing the gun needs is pellets, the power comes from your effort in kocking the gun, one kock only, no pumping.
      by ToddFilo2/17/2013
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    • Yes, it's called the Trail XL1500, it's also available in .25 cal; XL725. The numbers, like XL1100 are loosely based on the rifle's velocity in that caliber
      by ToddFilo2/17/2013
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    Does it have a lever? Where is it located. Does the rifle come in .177 caliber?
    by coach6 5/11/2012
    • This is a "break barrel" air rifle. The barrel "folds" at about the point where it joins the stock, and bending all the way downward completes the pump, allowing you to insert a pellet and close the barrel for firing. This is definitely an air rifle for adults in that respect though, as it takes quite a significant effort to break the barrel of this rifle. And yes, the rifle is available in .177, .22, and .25 calibers.
      by FLdudeinUtah9/23/2013
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    • It's a break barrell. Sort of like a shotgun but the barrell breaks past the scope.
      by DustyDream2/17/2013
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    • The barrel breaks right at the end of the stock. This is very typical of all high power air rifles. It comes in 0.177, 0.22, and 0.25 although Walmart may not carry all types.
      by Lew2211/13/2014
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    • It breaks at the barrel. And yes there is a .177 model.
      by RogalDorn10/3/2012
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    • It's has what they call a breaking barrel..yes comes in 177 cal, 22 cal, and 25 cal.
      by jrw0018/20/2012
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    • Lever? Do mean to kock it? To kock you use the barrel, it pivots at the end of the stock and swings down towards the trigger. This action compresses the gas spring and the trigger holds it there until fired. Yes they make .177, .22, and .25 cal. The .177 is called XL1500. kock misspelled to get past censor
      by ToddFilo1/1/2014
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    • you tap the barrel then it opens slightly then pull downward untill there is not anymore force pushing upward
      by Jakefromstatefarm3/29/2015
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    • It's a break barrel rifle and yes it comes in .177 caliber.
      by RMikeO3/29/2015
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