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Benjamin Fortitude Gen2 PCP Air Rifle
Gen2 Upgrades Include:
Hammer Spring Adjustment:
Now in its second iteration, the Benjamin Fortitude is helping to create a new generation of PCP shooters with an air rifle that marries some of the best features of the Benjamin line.
As a regulated PCP, you can expect long consistent shot strings, fueled by the Fortitude’s 3,000 PSI cylinder. Taking advantage of the newest innovations from Benjamin, the Fortitude delivers up to 60 shots per fill at max power on its regulated powerplant. Pushing lead ammo at velocities up to 950 fps in .177 and 800 fps in .22. All you need to do is fill your cylinder with air via the male quick disconnect fitting, load up the 10-round rotary mag, and hit the range blasting targets with stunning accuracy. Benjamin knows that you don't just want accuracy, you want stealth as well, and the fully-shrouded barrel keeps your shots backyard friendly.
For those that enjoy adjustability and customizing their guns, the Fortitude Gen2 features an adjustable hammer spring tension located at the rear of the action. While it comes factory set around the midpoint of its adjustment range, those desiring more power can turn the adjustment screw clockwise to increase velocity (and reduced shot count), while those interested in getting more shots per fill can adjust counter-clockwise for up to 200 shots per fill (and reduced velocities).
The Fortitude is set into an all-weather synthetic stock that keeps the rifle at a light 5.3lbs (unscoped). An 11mm Dovetail allows you to mount your choice of optic and still maintain its light weight. For those looking to take the Fortitude into the woods, the stock is fitted with swivel studs to mount a sling.
If you’re ready for an air rifle that balances regulated repeating shots and high-end features at an affordable price point, the Benjamin Fortitude is the rifle for you!
|Max Velocity||950 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Cylinder Size||135 cc|
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Things I liked: Price Point for Regualted PCP, the fact you can modify / tinker to your liking.. Very quiet and backyard friendly, Shot count and accuracy
Things I would have changed: Trigger is plastic and pretty crappy.. . Stock is cheap and hollow .. The Air Tube could have a better finish and the shrould was a bit rough, could also see marks from what ever apparatus manipulates the rifle during the manufacturing process. No big shock for the price point.
What others should know: I had the Gen 1 and yes it was horrible.. This Gen 2 is MUCH better.. If you are looking for an entry level PCP and you find the Gauntlet to be a complete Eye Sore then this may do the job. Plenty of inexpensive after market mods for trigger and stocks to replace the OEM ones.. Lot of the Benjamin Discovery Mods pertaining to the Trigger and Stock.. Disco and Fortitude have the same trigger group and tube size. My Eyeballs tell me that Crosman reclaimed all the GEN1 stock that was at retailers, modified the hammer spring added adjustability to them and then stamped a G2 on the end of the serial#.. If you own a G2 you know what I am saying...... the 'G2' is roughly a mm lower then the rest of the Serial #'s digits..... Either way it works and good value for the $$$
Things I liked: ACCURACY, LIGHT WEIGHT, THIN BODY, QUIET, SMOOTH BOLT ACTION
Things I would have changed: TRIGGER IS TOO HEAVY BUT EASILY MODIFIED
What others should know: THE BUTT ON THE HANDLE SECTION FELL OFF BUT WAS EASILY GLUED BACK ONTO THE STOCK AND PYRAMID SENT ME A REPLACEMENT IN A HEART BEAT. GUN LIKES H&N 17.9GR AND JSB 25.39 GR AND 15.89 GR WITH GROUPS OF 3/8 INCH AT 100 FT. WITH JUST A PILLOW AND TOWELS FOR A REST AND 16X SCOPE.
Things I liked: Very nicely balanced light rifle , easy carry and shoot , plenty of power and one hole groups if you do your part , best bargain out there , make no mistakes - this is a quiet air rifle , not sure how they do it with only 3 baffles but they are effective , man this thing gets a good shot string , my buddy and I shot it on factory setting for at least * mags before moving it up to max and shot at least 4 more before needing to add air , I will be keeping it at medium as it shoots well to 50 + yards with plenty of FPE to use and a bunch of shots , sold all of my PCP rifles except for this one and my Nova Freedom / Aspen .
Things I would have changed: Well I guess if I were to be picky it would be that the bolt is still a bit hard to use and the trigger is a bit hard , not going to do anything about them as i really feel that it will all just break in well with more use and I may polish and Moly the pasts a bit later on if needed .
What others should know: If you are on the bubble on PCP's , get one of these , a nice scope and rings and a decent pump , I am using a cheap Chinese one for under $50.00 and it is working well for me ( sold my original Benji pump with my never shot Marauder ) and pretty easy to pump up to full power .Getting nice groups from 14.3 grain Crosman Premier Hollowpoints . Using a nice old soft leather sling with good results and the Fortitude even has a good set of studs already mounted .
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Can the fortitude be filled with CO2?
No, it cannot
How is the G2 Fortitude de-gassed? Can this be done using a 3/16" allen key in the hammer spring adjustment port or is a special tool required?
I believe this answer is wrong. The De-gassing Tool for the Maximus does not fit my G2 Fortitude. The threads on the tool are much smaller than the threaded opening on the G2. Perhaps it would work on the original Fortitude. I have used the 3/16" allen key to adjust hammer spring tension on the G2 but haven't tried it for de-gassing. If anyone knows how to de-gas the G2 without dry firing, please let me know.
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Will the Benjamin Marauder .22 shot tray fit the .22 Fortitude. I would much rather use that. The indexing magazine does not work very well at all.
Found out from Air Venturi the shot tray will work. Some minor sanding may be needed.
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 Fortitude Gen2 PCP Air Rifle, Regulated with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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Benjamin Fortitude Gen 2 PCP Air Rifle, Regulated .177
|Max Velocity||950 fps|