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Benjamin Wildfire PCP air rifle
Built on the highly successful Crosman 1077 platform, Benjamin has set the PCP world ablaze with the Wildfire!
This affordable PCP has semi-automatic action, that fires 12 rounds as fast as you can pull the trigger. If the cold is keeping you from enjoying your airguns, the Wildfire heats things up. Being a PCP, there is no need to worry about temperature extremes (unlike CO2), whether it's hot or cold the Wildfire will deliver with each trigger pull. The Wildfire fills to just 2000 psi, making it easy for those with hand pumps to fill and keep the fun going!
Don't let the low fill pressure fool you, there are no sacrifices in shot count here. With velocities up to 800 fps and boasting a shot count of up to 60 shots, the Wildfire is ready for a day's worth of fun right out of the box. Sporting open sights, the rifle comes ready to shoot, but Benjamin also included an 11mm dovetail for optics to allow for even more precision.
The lightweight synthetic stock allows everyone from the experienced airgunner to those new to the sport the opportunity to enjoy semi-auto action. Never before has a semi-auto PCP been offered at such a competitive price point! Pull the trigger--pick one up and fire away!
|Max Velocity||800 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||60|
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Things I liked: this gun is a lot of fun--first exposure to a semi-automatic pellet gun. need more time to do a really good eval, but first impressions are good. No comments on accuracy yet
Things I liked: The fiber optic front sight just stood out like a sore thumb, making it easy to line up with your rear
Things I would have changed: The scope rail is plastic and it would be nice to have one that you wouldn't have to be afraid of tightening a ring down on it.
What others should know: Snow has melted so I got out with the new Wildfire.I fired the rifle with open sights and was pleasantly surprised with its accuracy using Diablo Match King pellets. I bought extra pellet clips and loaded them all up. I filled the reservoir to 2000 psi and started shooting. I was able to fire 72 rounds before the pressure dropped down to 1000 psi according to the rifles gauge. At 15 yards the rifle was very accurate. This is one fun gun for plinking. I would love to find a muzzle brake like the TKO so the neighbors would only hearing me laughing at the fun it is.Now to design a moving shooting gallery!!
Things I liked: A fun little plinker. This is quickly becoming a love/hate relationship. I'm filling with Hill pump 50 strokes to go from 1000 to 2000 psi (first 5 to fill hose to 1000). 3 to 4 minutes to load 4 clips, then shooting 48 shots can easily be done in less than 2 minutes,and we're back down to 1000 psi. So yes I'm spending more time preparing to shoot than shooting (normal for multishot pcp but how quickly you can shoot seems to compound the difference).
Things I would have changed: A wood stock would be nice, with the plastic stock it feels a little nose heavy. The back side of the clip has a hollow section that pellets get stuck in if your lazy like me (take the clip put it in the pellet tin lid and pour pellets on top of the clip (I do that with my IZH 61 and my Hatsan clips)). The only other complaint is due to the original 1077 design. If the clip were positively indexed when loaded into the magazine the first action of the trigger could have been releasing the shot then pulling through the second action to index the next shot. Instead we have the first action indexing the clip to line up with the barrel and the second action releasing the air to blow the pellet from the clip into the barrel (why you feel a puff of air at the magazine when the shot is released).
What others should know: Decent accuracy but I don't think I'll be neutering any mosquitos with it. I take an aluminium can and put it in one of those foam squares that Pyramid ships pellets in and place it in front of my backstop. I then cut it in half with pellets. The face is easy but this gun has trouble catching the very edges (the sides) due to the trigger pull. My finger actually gets tired holding it at the second action lining up the edge shot. This is at 10 yds indoors. Got the 10 for 10$ from Pyramid. The certificate says that the fill pressure for the test was 2000 lbs. When the gun arrived it had 1000 lbs. Do they bleed the gun down before shipping? I pumped it to 2000 lbs and let it sit for 5 days and it didn't leak down at all. Is someone pulling my leg? If you want an enjoyable plinker this will do that well. It's almost as addictive as my Baikals.
are there available front barrel bands that can be added to this rifle?
I have the 1077 with a wood stock. Will the stocks interchange?
The black plastic "fill strip" between the barrel and gas tube needs swapped as well, as the one for the plastic stock is tapered and the wood stock is parallel.
Yes, you need to bore hole for gauge and drill hole for degassing screw. Fits neatly.
What is the length of pull?
To fill your PCP gun:
1.Pick a source of air shown at right
2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Benjamin Wildfire PCP Air Rifle with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||800 fps|