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As of April 2, 2015, Crosman no longer includes a degasser; however some guns may still have them in the box. An optional degasser is available: Degassing Tool, Fits Benjamin Marauder....
Based on the popular Benjamin Marauder, the Armada is tactical black rifle that will pile one pellet on top of another. If you love accurate guns but don't want to fool with a wood stock, this is made for you.
Something you'll find on the Armada that you'll never see on a wood-stocked gun is an abundance of Picatinny rails. Finally, you have enough rail space to load up your gun with tactical gear!
Filling your Benjamin Armada air rifle to no more than 2,600 psi (179 bar) may deliver the most precision. We recommend trying different fill levels between 2000 and 3000 psi to determine the optimum pressure level for your rifle. Each gun is different. A chronograph is the best way to determine optimum fill levels for precharged pneumatics (PCPs).
Most PCPs require 2,900-3,000 psi air pressure. You can run it on high-pressure air from 2,000 to 3,000 psi by making the adjustments shown in the owner's manual.
In fact, the manual states that the Armada air rifle has been set at the factory to a fill pressure that best suits most hunting and target uses.
If you're left-handed and need the bolt moved to the left side of the rifle, please add that optional service to your cart when you buy your gun.
If you prefer to shoot your rifle single-shot (to get the most accuracy from it), remember to buy an Air Venturi single-shot adapter.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Trigger Pull||1.5 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||30|
|Cylinder Size||215 cc|
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Things I liked: very accurate exstreamly quiet except the ping the internals make but can be upgrade so it make no noise at all
Things I would have changed: change the plastic stock to metal
What others should know: this is an amazing gun its awesome!!! shooting 10 out of 10 on a 2in spinner at 30 yards in 45mph wind at 21 ft lbs with 14gr pellets using the flip up iron sights i have havent mounted my scope yet!!! and yes 45 mph wind i live inthe high desert its allways that windy some time 60mph plus!!! I'm a vary good shot at least thats what im told!
Things I liked: Mlok mounts for all kinds of accessories. Picitinny mounts for scopes.
Things I would have changed: The buttstock. Mine wouldn't even collapse or extend. It was stuck in one place. I had to replace the buffer tube and buttstock right out of the box.
What others should know: The accuracy of my Armada is so so. The velocities are very inconsistent. I've tried many different pellet types and have yet to find one that is accurate enough to hunt with.
Things I liked: easy to upgrade to your liking, very backyard friendly. i was getting up to 60 shots per fill using jsb 15.89 and jsb 18.13 at about 2800 psi and about 40 shots using jsb 25.39. i bought the .22 cal since i have all the stuff for it.
Things I would have changed: buttstock for sure will not stay locked in place and needs padding on the end of it, made my own padding.
What others should know: very accurate i'm using a utg 30mm scope, will take down a woodchuck at 35 yards
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Armada 177 feeding multiple pellets. We just got this gun yesterday and set it up today. The first magazine feed fine but when I put in the second it stared to feed multiple pellets. After looking at the mechanism I could not figure out what I was doing wrong. There is one post here on this but not much for solutions. Any help?
Sounds like an issue with the mag. That said, it cannot double feed unless you remove the bolt from the magazine. So if you load a pellet, don't shoot it (or didn't pull the bolt back far enough to cock the gun) and then pull the bolt back the magazine will cycle to the next pellet. Sounds more like a bit of user error to me
I was hoping I can Convert this to .30 Cal Does anyone know where I may buy the Parts needed Thank You in Advance
Like he say a Barrel and also You can get a Bolt sleeve.
There are a fair number of parts you'd need to make. Obviously the barrel is the first piece, then you'd need a bolt to fit it. Probably need to mod the internals as well to get reasonable power out of the larger caliber as well.
Can anyone tell me how loud this rifle is in dB? I'm curious as to how it compares to other PCPs and .22s.
Depends on the caliber, but in the 85-90 dB range
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 Armada Air Rifle with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|