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Benjamin Fortitude Gen2 PCP Air Rifle
Gen2 Upgrades Include:
Hammer Spring Adjustment:
The Benjamin Fortitude is poised 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 10rd 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-shouded 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 mid point 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: Lite weight, Regulated is a plus, repeater much better then the single shot version. Accuracy is not bad for the application that I purchased it for. (pest control out to 25yrds or less). Being able to change the hammer spring tension.
Things I would have changed: Trigger! Out of the box was horrible, yes it was less then the single shot version of this gun. I could not get good groups because of the amount of force needed to fire the gun. Every thing else was fine with the gun, Stocks pull was a bit short for me but I added an extended but pad and made it a bit more comfortable..
What others should know: I'm not sure what the turns on the rifles hammer spring, Didn't change it, just used the gun right out of the box. Fired a couple of rounds through and immediately replaced the trigger with my baker trigger from the single shot version I own. Made a big difference, still needs a bit more adjustment. But a great improvement. Shot several different brands of pellets over the chromy and the results were; H&N field Target Trophy 14.66 gr 720fps; JSB Exact Jumbo 15.89 gr 687fps; and Crossman's PDUM 14.3 gr 722fps. At 13 yds. the JSBs grouped the best But over all they all did OK. 3/8 to 5/8s inch CTC groups. At 23.5 yds. the Crossman's Hollow points at 14.3gr were grouping around 3/4 to 7/8's inch. The fps for the HP was the same as the domed version. Will probably clean the barrel and adjust the hammer spring to give me around 750fps avg.
Things I liked: The gun looks and feels just Great.
Things I would have changed: Make the hammer spring instructions fit better to the shipped product.
What others should know: The first 2 turns of the hammer spring adjustment gives you NO air, so don't put in a pellet in the gun until you get air coming out of the barrel. The instructions say nothing about this and or what to do if you run into this. Now after 1000 shots the regulator is more stable the grouping is getting smaller, dime size at 25 yards. Happy
Things I liked: Lightweight, accurate, consistent, smooth bolt cycling feels more like a baby Marauder than a Discovery.
Things I would have changed: Here you go Crosman, let me give you an idea.... the plastic stock is one of two things that make this less than what it has the potential for.... it is hollow and amplifies noise from the hammer strike RIGHT IN YOUR EAR. Just sell these with the discovery stock. Second......You only have three baffles in the shroud. It is not loud, but it is not quiet either. Instead of lengthening the shroud to add more baffles I would suggest a version be available with simply a barrel length shroud with no baffles and let the customer buy their own donnyfl sumo or whatever other moderator they want, which will keep the overall length down and provide much better performance. As Fx did with the dreamline. The hollow, noisy plastic stock and the less than adequate shroud are the only two things that are shortcomings in my opinion. Oh also the dust cover for the fill port would not stay on, but that is not an issue to me. Easily fixed with an o ring here at home.
What others should know: Fantastic little rifle. Very accurate. I am very happy with it. 20 shots of 17.9 H&N sniper magnum at 65 yards today went into a hole the size of a quarter! Plenty good for squirrels. I am fighting the urge to buy another one!! This rifle is lightweight, cycles easily enough, the trigger is obviously not match quality but it is decent. Shot count is great, You are getting about 4 and a half magazines per fill in the .22. (At whatever power level mine was set at, I havent even adjusted anything yet) That is more than enough shots for a day of hunting and plenty of shooting between fills for plinking and target practice. I suggest finding a nice wooden discovery stock or buying a Boyds stock and ditch the plastic. Both the sniper magnums and the JSB 18gr shoot very well out of this one. I highly recommend this revamped Fortitude gen2 to anyone in the market for a great .22 air rifle.
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Will this gun fit into a Benjamin Discovery stock?
I believe so, I'd recommend calling Crosman to confirm
Is the barrel choked?
I would recommend calling crosman and asking.
What is the regulated pressures on the 0.177 and 0.22 caliber guns, and are the regulated pressures adjustable; even if you need to take the reservoir apart to adjust after degassing? Laslty, if adjustable, what is the minimum and maximum such as 100 Bar to 175 Bar, or less, or more. Thanks
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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|