Crosman Benjamin Trail Np Xl 1500 Air Rifle

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Crosman Benjamin Trail Np Xl 1500 Air Rifle -
Small game doesn’t stand a chance when you’re hunting with this powerful air rifle. It shoots .177-cal. pellets up to 1,500 fps and generates 24 ft.-lbs. of muzzle energy. The handsome checkered hardwood stock sports a raised cheekpiece and a thumbhole-style configuration. Nitro Piston break action. Imported.
Cocking effort: 38-40 lbs.
Overall length: 48.25".
Weight: 9.15 lbs. Top 25 Category Product
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Crosman Benjamin Trail Np Xl 1500 Air Rifle Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Gun ( Benjaman XL 1500 )

I was greatly disappointed in the appearance of this gun when I opened the box, the stock looks as though it was manufactured with some sort of mystery wood.
I have a Beeman GS1000, and the stock is a thing to admire
I purchased this after reading as many reviews as I could find
When I first Opened the box, I made a point of cleaning the barrel and inspecting the mechanics, everything appeared to be in good shape. Next step was to mount the scope. found the reticle to be a bit to thick, went with it any way. I'll be upgrading the scope at some latter point in time
The majority of the reviews suggested to cycle around a hundred pellets through the gun before attempting to zero the scope
Started with RWS Superdomes " 8.3 gr " The rifle cracked louder than my 22, Fifty pellets later it was still cracking. First attempt to sight the scope was at 25 yards, couldn't hit a pie plate. Moved the target to ten yards, within five shots was on the bull's-eye. Continued moving the target further away at five yard intervals, until I was at 40 yards.
100 or so pellets later I was able to shoot 5 consecutive shots into a half inch group
Changed over to H&N barracuda Hunter Extreme
9.75 gr, and started to re-sight the scope. as soon as I changed to the heaver Pellet the cracking was completely gone, and the grouping got tighter
Reviews indicated that the trigger left a lot to be desired, I have to agree, first stage is way to long. I'll be ordering a new trigger from Charlie da tuna at my earliest opportunity
From everything I've read I anticipate this will further tighten up my groupings, witch at this point are already great
overall I would have to say that this gun is well worth the money.
Things I would like to see changed would be a higher quality stock, and trigger, the scope is adequate for the time being, but I see a replacement in the future
Over all this is a pretty accurate rifle, not a kids toy takes some power to cock this beauty, and it has a ton of power.
BillyBob1947 at Cabelas on 01/20/2014

great rifle

Got a gamo and wasn't satisfied. shipped it back got a Benjamin and am very satisfied. Buy a good quality pellet and stay with it.
cashonevette at Cabelas on 09/04/2013

Negative Reviews:


I read customer reviews before purchasing. I decided to do my own research in this purchase as one or two other reviews had the very unfortunate description I now must offer. I simply could not get this gun to zero in. It tells us of a 100 round break in period. So I counted my shots. I even took photos of the results using the splatter targets that are 8 inches around at 50 feet. At first I could not get a round on this target until around about the 75 rounds fired mark. I put up a fresh target to record rounds 113 to 141. They were all over the place still with only three in the bullseye. As I am a former Marine Expert Rifleman, I wanted to double check that morning's shooting by taking out another air rifle. No comparison!... as after firing 10 rounds from that air rifle... the last four were literally on top of one another in the bullseye. This new gun's terigger pull (although "adjustable" was not at all comparable, nor could I adjust it to an acceptable shorter pull. I then switched to "high velocity" pellets. I fired 10 rounds. Not one was within the 8 inch circle and only one other hit the edge of the paper. Suffice it to say I am quite disappointed and this airgun is indeed going back. I will now go back to shooting my older more accurate and less powered model knowing I can control it's accuracy. As some customer reviews swore by this model's accuracy, I cannot explain why my rifle could not match that description. I feel I should not have to work hard to get any air rifle zero'd in but thought to give this one a try. BTW... It is quite LOUD and after hitting the magical 100 round break in period mark, the report subsided only a little bit. I also did not like the "ambidextrous" safety others made note of. It is basically in an awkward place inside the trigger guard. Other models have an ambidextrous safety and it is not located in this position.
WyomingJohn at Cabelas on 11/26/2013


After 100 rounds still can't get the rifle sighted in at 25 yards. Shoots all over the place. Cant even get it zeroed in at 10 yards. Not me either. Have sighted in many firearms in my lifetime.
Prcazew at Cabelas on 08/13/2013