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Benjamin Prowler air rifle
Benefits of a Crosman Nitro Piston:
What a great deal, AND you get a Crosman Nitro Piston powerplant that will give you years and years of faithful service.
If you like to hunt small game such as rabbits and squirrels, you need a powerful air rifle that can reach out to further distances because small game is usually wary. You'll have the confidence to reliably, humanely and repeatedly take pest critters every time you shoulder your Benjamin Prowler air rifle.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||18 ft/lbs|
|Cocking Effort||35 lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||1|
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Things I liked: I like the power and accuracy. The included scope works pretty well. Very good value for the money. Much quieter than spring powered air rifles.
Things I would have changed: All air guns by this time should have weaver mounts! It would be nice of it could do 850FPS in .22 with Crosman Premier hollow points.
What others should know: Thinking about one of these? Don't hesitate!
Things I liked: Before i say anything, this gun is fantastic! The sythentic stock and thumb rest design really gives this rifle the attention it deserves. Lightweight and very trail carry its perfect for shooting off the bench and for carrying it around...ive had this rifle for 3 years and it still works just like i bought it. Its a very tough rifle and will for sure be in your collection for a very long time...the sound isnt really that loud and i really like that because i live in a city area and so fsr i havent recieved any complaints...the power it has is pretty nice aswell! It delivers a good wallop and smashed straight through plywood. Very good hunting good, just need to find the perfect pellet...another thing i like about this rifle is the price. Its just unbeatable. Its very under the radar but its up their with those high end rifles...only thing i can complain about is the 4x32 scope that comes with it. Took me a while to sight so i switched to a simmons 3-9x32. Very acurate and consistent.
Things I liked: I will be honest. I purchased this rifle over similar rifles because it says Benjamin on it. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the named it shared with me wasn't its best quality. This rifle, when accurately sighted in with a well performing pellet (and a new scope), can be shot to distances over 50 yards. The piston works beautifully. The relative quietness of the shot keeps small game from spooking away like they do when firing .22 rimfire rifles. While weighty, the Prowler packs a punch. This rifle almost begs you to shoot a heavier .177 pellet. Shooting a 10 grain pellet gives you an advantage on larger pests. I've killed multiple rodents, squirrels, groundhogs, birds, and porcupines with ease. I highly recommend this rifle if you take the time to find the right ammo for your use and replace the scope.
Things I would have changed: The scope included with the gun is useless. That is NOT an understatement. The rifle isn't light and I've seen that cocking the piston mechanism can be difficult for some people. I'm not sure if I would change those two things, but now you're aware od them. I would change the scope, or not bother having one. You cannot see much of anything through it anyway.
What others should know: The two most accurate pellets I have used so far have been the Benjamin domed pellets, which are an inexpensive option from Pyramid Air, and the 10.65g JSB EXACT Heavy Diabolos. The Benjamins represent a very accurate high-speed option that is great for birds and small targets like chipmunks. I was able to sight the JSB pellets so accurately that I could put 2 of 3 through a small bolt hole the width of a lead pencil. Those pellets put down huge porcupines from the top of trees in single head-shots. They are an impressive hunting option but difficult to find available. I recommend that you order some and wait. They will be worth the wait. I would stay clear of pellets over 11 grains for hunting. While they are fireable, I have tested many and they are not even mildly accurate past 20 feet. They still make for a fun time if you have something you want to shoot through. Enjoy this rifle! It's a Benjamin.
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which pellet gun has the best bang for my buck the Benjamin prowler Crosman crusher Crosman shockwave or Crosman phantom
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
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?
Check out Leapers. Something like this: Leapers UTG 3-9x32 AO Rifle...
Which CDT trigger will fit this air rifle? GRT-3 or CBR?
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||18 ft/lbs|