Date: 14/10/2019 20:32
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Customers Q&A on Benjamin Prowler Air Rifle

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  • Richard from USA asked:

    What size screw goes in the stock of my .22 benjamin prowler?

    • Mark from USA:

      Contact Crosman at 800-724-7486

  • Kenneth from USA asked:

    I have a Benjamin nitro prowler .22 its about two weeks old. What would cause a hammering and ping sound when fired. And is this normal. I am new to air rifles.

    • kamden from USA asked:

      which pellet gun has the best bang for my buck the Benjamin prowler Crosman crusher Crosman shockwave or Crosman phantom

      • Tyler from USA:

        They're all very similar. Do you want open sights? Do you prefer one of the stock styles? Those are the two big things that differentiate those guns

    • Dennis from USA asked:

      The scope failed within eight shots. This is the reason I bought this as I have been using a magnum springer and am tired of buying high dollar scopes. Can anyone recommend just a good scope that won't break the bank?

    • Sheldon from USA asked:

      Which CDT trigger will fit this air rifle? GRT-3 or CBR?

      • jean from USA asked:

        my barrel has been bent accidentally : can I buy one , at what price and where ?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Give Crosman a call, they would be the ones to talk to about parts.

      • Mauro from USA asked:

        Is this one better or worse than the Crosman Crusher?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Very similar gun

      • lizardo from Mexico asked:

        can this product be shipped to mexico? I'm very interested and it looks great

        • Julian from USA asked:

          Is this gun powerful enough to kill racoons or any animal of that size?

          • Tyler from USA:

            In .22, if you can take a head shot inside of about 25 yards, yes

        • James from USA asked:

          Do you think they will get a NP2 in this gun or at least an NP2 retrofit?

          • brian from USA:

            No. The compression tube is not the right size. But some of these I've opened up have the gas spring oriented backwards like the np2. I'm not sure it makes any difference, but I think there is less possibility of metal parts hitting each other when it is. Anyway, I prefer the np...I can work on those triggers a lot better than the ones on np2.

        • Brock from USA asked:

          I was cocking mine and the barrel slipped and the barrel bent upwards and I cannot seem to bend it back any advice?

          • brian from USA:

            Try at your own risk: I've done this a few times successfully...Brace it solidly on a workbench or something and cock it, but keep pushing as hard as you can - put your weight on it. It's weird, but you will feel the steel shutter and bend- then it will stop when you get it back (close to) straight. You may need a couple of taps with a rubber mallet to finish the job... make sure stock and stock screws are ok. Something else usually breaks. Also I think it will be more likely to bend again now that it's been bent, so take care and good luck.

          • Stanley from USA:

            Contact crosman at 1-800-724-7486 or email them .....

        • Brock from USA asked:

          What pellets shoot good in it?

          • Stanley from USA:

            Try crosman 10.5 grain domes.

        • ladd from USA asked:

          can the trigger be adjusted for less pull ? thanks ladd

          • Stanley from USA:

            Yes description says two stage adjustable. Check owners manual ?

        • ladd from USA asked:

          how many pounds are required to cock this rifle butch USA

          • Dan the Man from USA:

            Around 30 pounds.

        • Luis from USA asked:

          Hello, IS the stock for The prowler the same as depicted in the Picture?

          • Erika from U.S. Virgin Islands:

            Yes, it is

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