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Benjamin Kratos

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The Benjamin Kratos hunting rifle shoots with power up to 32 fpe and velocities up to 1000 fps, giving you ample strength for hunting small game and enough accuracy for target shooting. With a remarkable stock made from Turkish walnut and high attention to detail, this reliable gun is also a showpiece.

You get the features and adjustability you're looking for with this rifle, including an integrated pressure gauge, power adjuster knob, and height adjustable cheekpiece. And with up to 60 shots from the 480cc bottle filled to 3000 psi, plus the 2 10 round (in .25) or 2 12 round (in .22) magazines, you won't have to stop to refill and reload as often.

To keep shots on the quieter side for hunting or backyard use, the Kratos features a shrouded barrel. You'll also have an easy time getting a firm and comfortable hold thanks to the textured rubber buttpad and the textured grip and forearm.

This air rifle gives you a Picatinny scope rail for mounting optics, and a sidelever for smooth and convenient cocking. With a quick disconnect Foster fitting fill port and a horizontal and vertical adjustment for the trigger shoe, you also get simple filling and shooting.

If you're looking for a deluxe air rifle that offers outstanding looks and superior small game hunting performance, you've found it with the Benjamin Kratos from Airgun Depot.



  • PCP
  • Sidelever
  • Max power: 32 fpe
  • Max velocity: 1000 fps (.22), 900 fps (.25)
  • Up to 60 shots per fill
  • 3000 psi/206 bar fill pressure
  • 480cc bottle
  • Turkish walnut stock with checkered grip and forearm
  • Picatinny optics rail
  • Integrated pressure gauge
  • Shrouded barrel
  • Rubber buttpad
  • 2 stage trigger with adjustable shoe
  • Height adjustable cheek piece
  • 12rd (.22) or 10rd (.25) rotary magazine
  • Length: 43.35 in.
  • Weight: 8.26 lbs.
  • 5-year limited warranty
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber.22
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSidelever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight8.26
  • Overall Length43.35
  • Barrel Length18.90
  • Loudness2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity12
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • RailWeaver/Picatinny
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty5-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
3.9
4.014 Reviews
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5.0
By PeterUSAJune 27, 2021 Verified Purchase

Bought this gun last summer. Used it fairly frequently shooting at squirrels and other small animals that were eating away at the garden. After configuring the scope at about 45 to 50 yards my shot patterns were consistently within an inch sometimes an inch and a half. There’s plenty of power for the small animals that I’m going after and amazing accuracy. My friend who got me into pellet rifles bought from a different manufacture for almost the same price and there’s no comparison in the quality. Benjamin products are built really really well.

Pros
Very accurate shooting. Holds air pressure for months on end. High quality construction. Love it

Cons
None so far

5.0
By SculpinMay 20, 2021

This gun has been perfect right out of the box. I've been impressed with its ability to be accurate at upwards of 100 yards. I'm no pro at air rifles but so far I have had no mechanical problems to speak of. It's been reliable, holds air, and shoots accurately. I initially bought it to take out rats and racoons in my backyard but I took it out the other day hunting for ground squirrels and even on a pretty windy day I was hitting them with fair consistency out to 100 yards. So far I've been very pleased with my Kratos.

Pros
Tack driver accurate, holds a lot of air, smooth trigger pull, adjustable vilocity, gorgeous walnut stock, a great varminter.

Cons
I wish the tank was removable/replaceable, be sure to get extra high scope rings to clear the pellet magazine.

5.0
By GeorgeUSAMay 11, 2021

I shoot 3 different weights of pellet, all H&N.. -I shoot 18gr “barracuda hunters” and “Barracuda 18” at 3/4 power (best groups at this speed, tunes out to just over 830FPS) and they are 1/4” groups at 35yds — 21 grain (.218) “slug HP’s”and 21gr “barracuda match” pellets, at 100% power (910fps) and they are hole in hole at 35yds.. these like the faster speed and by far the match pellet is literally 5 shots/same hole.. amazingly accurate —lastly is the 27gr “Slug HP”, back down to 3/4 power.. the groups open up at higher speeds and I’ve found 3/4 power delivers about 780fps on the 27gr, and the group closes up to hole in hole at 35yds Stepping out to distances of 100yds or more, I prefer slug only. The match pellets even began to stray at this distance The 21gr (.218) fly true @100% power out to 120yds leaving 2.5” groups The 27gr (.218) at 3/4” power produce just over 1.5” groups at 120yds. I haven’t tested beyond 120 but feel a 4” group at 150 is easily accomplishable Hope this help

Pros
Extremely quiet, extremely accurate, quality build, quality parts.. Benjamin reliability through and through. It’s a tack driver at 75yds, 1” groups at 85yds 2.5” groups at 120yds... YES 2.5” @120yds! (Measured with accurate caliper, from bench rest in <2mph wind, 74°f weather, 72% humidity, 760 elevation) cabellas “AR” scope, 4-16x40sfp. Rifle comes well packaged, with molded (cutout) foam inlay, 2 magazines, tool kit (all the Allen wrenches you need) and a Foster Quick Connect.. plus a few spare o-rings). I’m not saying Duds aren’t sold occasionally, but more often than not I’ve seen the shooter be the culprit when inaccuracy comes to fruitation. Judge a gun by eliminating all other variables, then you get a true measure.

Cons
Only thing I would change is the single screw hold on the forward lower picatinny. I’ve experienced the occasional spin of my bipod due to only one screw holding the rail to the stock. Definitely warrants a second screw.. Also, it’s isn’t really needed, as you can tune down the power on the turn-dial, but I’d still like to see a regulated version come out. To the gentlemen stating they can’t get it to shoot accurate.. let me lay out my settings (and this is all assuming you have a quality scope SFP, a quality bench rest, quality ammunition, and decent skill set squeezing a trigger) see below for my findings regarding the accuracy

5.0
By GeorgeUSAMay 11, 2021

I shoot 3 different weights of pellet, all H&N.. -I shoot 18gr “barracuda hunters” and “Barracuda 18” at 3/4 power (best groups at this speed, tunes out to just over 830FPS) and they are 1/4” groups at 35yds — 21 grain (.218) “slug HP’s”and 21gr “barracuda match” pellets, at 100% power (910fps) and they are hole in hole at 35yds.. these like the faster speed and by far the match pellet is literally 5 shots/same hole.. amazingly accurate —lastly is the 27gr “Slug HP”, back down to 3/4 power.. the groups open up at higher speeds and I’ve found 3/4 power delivers about 780fps on the 27gr, and the group closes up to hole in hole at 35yds Stepping out to distances of 100yds or more, I prefer slug only. The match pellets even began to stray at this distance The 21gr (.218) fly true @100% power out to 120yds leaving 2.5” groups The 27gr (.218) at 3/4” power produce just over 1.5” groups at 120yds. I haven’t tested beyond 120 but feel a 4” group at 150 is easily accomplishable Hope this help

Pros
Extremely quiet, extremely accurate, quality build, quality parts.. Benjamin reliability through and through. It’s a tack driver at 75yds, 1” groups at 85yds 2.5” groups at 120yds... YES 2.5” @120yds! (Measured with accurate caliper, from bench rest in <2mph wind, 74°f weather, 72% humidity, 760 elevation) cabellas “AR” scope, 4-16x40sfp. Rifle comes well packaged, with molded (cutout) foam inlay, 2 magazines, tool kit (all the Allen wrenches you need) and a Foster Quick Connect.. plus a few spare o-rings). I’m not saying Duds aren’t sold occasionally, but more often than not I’ve seen the shooter be the culprit when inaccuracy comes to fruitation. Judge a gun by eliminating all other variables, then you get a true measure.

Cons
Only thing I would change is the single screw hold on the forward lower picatinny. I’ve experienced the occasional spin of my bipod due to only one screw holding the rail to the stock. Definitely warrants a second screw.. Also, it’s isn’t really needed, as you can tune down the power on the turn-dial, but I’d still like to see a regulated version come out. To the gentlemen stating they can’t get it to shoot accurate.. let me lay out my settings (and this is all assuming you have a quality scope SFP, a quality bench rest, quality ammunition, and decent skill set squeezing a trigger) see below for my findings regarding the accuracy

5.0
By EdmundApril 28, 2021 Verified Purchase

Give this gun time to Break in!! This is my second review had to change my review on the accuracy of this gun. Great gun now and I absolutely love it. Started out accurate up to 40 yards same hole accuracy. Then after broke in without changing the scope it started to shoot hunting groups at 65 yards and when I say hunting groups i mean cross hair between raccoon ?? eye with Hunter Barracuda extremes at 62 and hitting hitting just to the left above it's eye. Incredible. Can't wait to test out H&R hornet pointed pellets for accuracy at that distance. They have incredible penetrating power going through a 55-gallon steel drum at 50 yards.

Pros
.25 caliber Gun is extremely good looking very accurate up to 40 yards and holds ok groups good enough for hunting at 50-85 yards only after gun breaks in at least 300 rounds and multiple fills. Use exact king diablos 25 gr for most accurate results. H&R Hunter Barracuda extreme shoot very well also. I have taken multiple raccoons, squirrels, and chipmunks at a consistent 65 yards. Gun is great for hunting!! Using .25 caliber pellet H&R hornet pointed pellets with brass tips will punch through a 55 gallon steel drum at 50 yards it is incredible. Have not had time to check accuracy on these pellets yet. But awesome so far

Cons
Takes gun a while to break in before seeing consistent groups at 50-65 yards. Does not shoot FX slugs very consistently after 35-40 yards and at 50-65 yards you will see a couple tumble through the air and land shy or just stray off. But some will make it to your mark from time to time.

5.0
By EdmundApril 9, 2021 Verified Purchase

This is my second review on the Kratos my first review I only gave this gun a 2 stars solely for the purpose of is was not accurate at 50-62 yards. But after running 6-10 air tank fills and 450-700 pellets through the gun it suddenly came alive without touching the scope. I am now changing my star rating too a 5 for what you get. The gun is extremely accurate now from 3000- 2000 psi and probably even less but I have not run the gun down any further. This is a great gun JSB Diablo, shoot amazing through it touching groups at 62 yards. also the H&R barracuda hunter extremes shoot well now that the gun has broke in.

Pros
This gun is slick, sharp styling. Extremely Accurate smooth action. Awesome gun highly recommend

Cons
When new it has a hard time holding groups at fifty yards. There actually awful groups that make you think ther is something wrong with the gun. But all of the sudden after the 7-10 fill up on the tank and about 450-700 pellets through the gun with out touching the scope the groups at 50-62 yards at the end of the ten round mag all pellets were touching which made one big hole besides a flyer here and there but nothing like it was while braking in the gun.

1.0
By JaredUSAMarch 26, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
Looks beautiful

Cons
I can not get this gun to hold air. I just got it today. The air leaks out of the barrel as fast as I can pump air into it.

2.0
By Ed March 23, 2021 Verified Purchase

If anyone could share any ideas of how to get this gun to shoot consistently accurate I am all ears. I love the gun at first impressions. I think it looks beautiful and it's very easy to use. But once I got it sighted in, I shot a couple more times and noticed I have three inch flyers then I shot a couple more and then it went back into a 2-in bullseye then shot some more and more flyers to the point where I can't even say it's consistently off they're literally all over the paper in one direction. I was using barracuda hunter extreme 25 caliber 28.24 gr also FX hybrid slugs .25 caliber 26 gr please give me any ideas to make this gun shoot consistently. I I am experienced in sighting in a scope also so this along with knowing how to shoot is not the problem.

Pros
Great looking gun easy to use

Cons
Not very accurate

5.0
By EdwardUSAFebruary 6, 2021

Pros
This gun is very accurate. I have about 1000 pellets through it and it’s a tack driver. Looks and feels great. I have the 25 cal and it shoots the JSB 25,39 gr the best, I’m averaging about 870 FPS and I’m getting 1/2 groups at 50 yards. The trigger is very good out of the box but can be adjusted even better.

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By ChrisUSAFebruary 5, 2021

Fantastic shooter for the price.

Pros
Tack driver. Single hole groups at 50 yards

Cons
Nothing yet

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I want to put a red dot optic on her and shorten the barrel 4 " , more carbine style can this be done?

asked Raymond from USA

can this rifle be made in .30 cal. ?

asked Raymond from USA

Is this the same rifle as the Turkish Kral Arms Puncher series? ( https://kralarms.com/en/ )

asked Andrey from USA

Is the wood stock removable? I aired up my new gun but I can't get my air tan k hose to release from the filler nipple. My hands are to big to reach far enough down to apply pressure on the release ring.

asked David from USA

Yes, the stock is removable. There is a single large Allen bolt center front of trigger guard.

Ira from USA

Is the shroud threaded for 1/2 X 20 accessories?

asked Horace from USA

No, you will need an adapter.

Ira from USA

Is this gun regulated?

asked Horace from USA

No, it is not regulated.

Stephen from USA

No, it is not regulated.

Stephen from USA

No the Kratos is Unregulated. I'm sure in the future there will be Companies who will manufacture a Add on Regulator.

Anthony from USA

Is this rifle regulated?

asked William from USA

No, but Altaros makes a regulator for the Kratos.

Ira from USA

No, it is not regulated.

Stephen from USA

No.

Anthony from USA

Is this gun regulated?

asked Jayson from USA

No, it is not regulated.

Stephen from USA

No.

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