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    Benjamin Genesis Air Rifle

     

    Model Assistant Benjamin Genesis Air Rifle

    1-year limited warranty

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    • Benjamin Genesis air rifle
    • Breakbarrel
    • Crosman Nitro Piston
    • Single-shot
    • Picatinny optics rail (no open sights)
    • Barrel-integrated sound suppressor
    • Ambidextrous synthetic stock with grooves on forearm and grip
    • Dual raised cheekpieces
    • Vertically adjustable comb
    • Recoil pad
    • 2-stage adjustable trigger
    • Sling mounts
    • Includes CenterPoint Optics 3-9x32 scope (mil-dot reticle), mount (unmounted), elasticized lens covers and hex wrench

    Here are the benefits of Nitro Piston Technology:
    • 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


    Need one gun that can do it all? Get the Benjamin Genesis air rifle! Most people use a gun for more than one thing; so this air rifle is a multi-purpose tool that'll help you eradicate small garden pests, yet still let you enjoy hours plinking and shooting spinners in your backyard.

    The special silencer not only helps keep your neighbors happy with a lower report, but it also gives you extra cocking leverage.
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    0.22" (5.5mm)
    950 fps
    3-Medium
    15.0"
    45.5"
    1
    Rifled
    None
    None
    Weaver/Picatinny
    Two-stage adjustable
    Rubber
    Small game hunting/plinking
    Breakbarrel
    Manual
    Gas-piston
    Single-shot
    Rifle
    6.7 lbs
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    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By Billy from USA on 2014-09-27
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    Things I liked:These are nice medium powered hunting rifles for up to rabbit size game. Easy to cock. Smooth firing cycle with the nitro piston. Well balanced. Not too heavy. Adjustable cheek piece is a plus. Composite stock, you don’t have to baby it in the field. Not hold sensitive, accurate.
    Things I would have changed:The red plastic on the muzzle break detracts from the overall appearance of this otherwise great looking rifle. Better locking system on the cheek piece adjustment (easy fix, tighten it with pliers, leave it all the way down or tape some shims under it).
    What others should know:I bought 2 of these when they were on sale last Christmas. I have tried about 20+ different kinds of pellets in mine. JLBs no luck, RWS no luck, Beeman no luck, Gamo no luck. From the Crossman line, only 2 pellets worked well. The Domed pellets out of the Benjamin Ultimate Hunting Assortment = 3/4 inch groups, and the inexpensive Crossman Hollow Points = 1 inch groups (w/some fliers), I have not tried the Premiers in the box. The best pellet I've found for mine so far, is the H&N Field Target Trophy 5.53 = 1/2 inch groups (all groups shot at 20 yards off a bench w/ upgraded scope). I don't know if I would pay $200 for one of these. I acquired a Diana 34P Striker Combo in .22 cal. on sale for $229. The Diana is a little more of a challenge to shoot but...

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:3.0 3.0

      By Gary from USA on 2014-06-23
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    Things I liked:Quiet, hard shooting with smooth cocking action. The adjustable trigger is a nice feature allowing for matching my shooting style. I also like the synthetic stock; no worries about marring & scratching up a wood stock.
    Things I would have changed:The barrel is encased in some molded material and the casting seams stand out pretty sharp (1/8 inch), an obvious unescapble indication of low manufacturing standards. The adjustable cheek riser is worthless as you reset any adjusted setting when you use the stock as leverage to cock the gun.
    What others should know:250 shot break-in period to firm up accuracy (per banjamin literature) is no joke. First few dozen shots I couldn't stay on a paper plat at 30 ft using a bench rest...and it was hard to keep shooting it based on faith it would improve so much. It did; 700 pellets later it's pretty decent though I still get wildly erratic shots now and then that are not explainable.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Garth from USA on 2014-06-07
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    5.01 rating
     
    Things I liked:The weaver scope mount. I think all gas and spring piston gut should have the weaver mount rail. While furnished scopes are not very well rated, I have had no problems with the dozen or so guns that I have. But I think this gun ( and all of them) should be sold without a scope and let the buyer decide. I am very well satisfied with this gun but I do intent to upgrade the scope. Im 81 and cant use the open sights, so a scope is necessary
    Things I would have changed:I favor wood. I would like to see a choice of wood or plastic stock, with a rubber recoil pad, just for looks.
    What others should know:I havnt shot this gun much, maybe 500 times. The cocking action seems smooth, the cocking force is OK. With my rifle, it requires a pellet (22) seater. I cannot get a pellet to seat below flush with my fingers or thumb (Crossman hollow points).I made a seater out of a tooth brush handle and it seats constantly at the same depth. The gun is very accurate at 10 and 20 yards, but is loud with a metal pellet trap. Gets the neighbors attention
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    • kurtis from USA asked:

      how much lbs is the trigger pull and cocking effort?

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        Trigger 3.5 lbs, cocking 33 lbs.

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