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Benjamin Armada Combo

Available in .22, .177, .25, Incudes CenterPoint 4-16X56 Scope and Bi-pod
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The Benjamin Armada just might be one of the most accurate repeating air rifles available today. That's because the technology- barrel- sound suppression and trigger are based on the proven Benjamin Marauder air rifle. If you're one of the shooters who's complained about airguns not having enough rails- the Armada has more than enough Picatinny rails. Add all the gear you want to get the job done. Since the rifle with scope- mount and bi-pod weigh a bit over 10 lbs.- attach a sling so it's easier to carry in the field. 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 fill level for your rifle. Each gun is different. A chronograph is the best way to determine optimum fill levels for pre-charged pneumatic's (PCP's). Most PCP's require 2-900-3-000 psi air pressure. You can run your air gun on high-pressure air from 2-000 to 3-000 psi by making the adjustments shown in the owner's manual. Benjamin Armada Features Diagram

Benjamin Armada Air Rifle Features
  • Pre-charged pneumatic
  • 10-shot repeater with auto-indexing feature (8 shots in .25)
  • Bolt-action
  • AR-compatible airgun
  • Uses compressed air: 2,000 to 3,000 psi (make adjustments as shown in the owner's manual)
  • Can be adjusted for different velocities
  • Internal shroud makes this a VERY quiet gun
  • Choked barrel delivers superior accuracy
  • 2-stage adjustable match trigger -- and the trigger is metal!
  • Raised aluminum breech for easier loading of circular magazine
  • Machined receiver with 5" of Picatinny rail space
  • AR-15 pistol grip and telescopic buttstock
  • Sling-ready (there's a sling slot in the buttstock and a sling attachment point where the bi-pod is mounted)
  • Ambidextrous stock
  • Built-in air pressure gauge (manometer)
  • 215 cc air reservoir
  • 30+ shots per fill (in .22 caliber)
  • Can be dry-fired
  • 20" barrel
  • 7.30 lbs. (10.40 lbs. with scope and bi-pod)
  • Air reservoir ends with a male quick-disconnect Foster fitting for fast refills (requires a female Foster quick-disconnect adapter to fill from a scuba tank or hand pump)
  • Includes degasser,* depinger, bi-pod (adjustable from 6" to 9"), 4-16x56 AO scope with 4" sunshade and co-witness rings; also includes 2 unmounted rails that are in the same bag as the owner's manual

*As of April 2, 2015, Crosman no longer includes a degasser, however some guns may still have them in the box.

Scope specs
  • 4-16x magnification
  • 56mm objective lens
  • Mil-dot reticle
  • 10 yards to infinity parallax adjustment
  • 28 oz.
  • 15.5" long
  • Includes 4" sunshade and Weaver/Picatinny co-witness rings

Bi-pod specs
  • Folding legs
  • Spring-loaded extendable legs
  • 6-9" height
  • Metal with rubber feet
  • .80 lbs
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  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber.22
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight7.30
  • Overall Length42.80
  • Barrel Length20.00
  • Loudness2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity10
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • RailWeaver/Picatinny
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill30
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseHunting
  • Warranty5-year limited warranty
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By Shane USANovember 23, 2019

Everything that I read, I found it impressive and a great weapon for home defense as well as small game in a snap. Cheers, Shane. 🇨🇦

As I said the flexibility of the weapon with various rails, scopes and a Pressure gauge to help the Operator use the weapon in “Best Case Scenarios”

Only some models carrying a degasser is saddening.

By SethUSAJune 27, 2019

This is a great starter to mid level airgun. Plenty mods available on the market especially from

Accuracy - less than 1 inch at 50yds with jsb exact king 25.39 Comfortable Not to loud can put a modorator on it Aftermarket parts available

Heavy - this is not a walk and hunt rifle. This is a shot from benchrest or prone

By MikeUSANovember 6, 2018 Verified Purchase

This is my 2nd. Armada! First is a .22 and this one a .25 cal.. Sweet shooting rifle . The only thing that I had trouble with is the scope !! I don't know if it was the mounts or the scope but I had a hard time getting it zeroed !! I had to SHIM it in the back and the left side to ever get it on! Other than that over all a GREAT gun !

Scope was a lot of trouble to get zeroed !

By charles w shafferUSAJanuary 29, 2017

I have a few brake barrels and this is my first pcp I vet got a hand pump but them bought a fill tank much better I love this thing use it for Varmint telling you its a beast at 60 yds. its almost unfair I use the H & N Baracuda Hunter great for my use and the hollow point too 27.47 gr the light do fine but tend to ark a little and don't hold a steady pattern ok for plinking but not when it counts .

on target looks great feels good nice trigger pull scope clear and steady see pic at 50yds.

little heavy to tote for long time better set up and wait

By PaulAugust 24, 2016

This PCP air rifle from Benjamin is awesome. A friend of mine has the Benjamin Marauder, which has the same internals, loved how the Marauder shoots and the Armada shoots just as great!

Great air rifle! A bit heavy of a gun ( 10.5 pounds or so ), but I like heavier rifles for more stability. Easy to put everything together and the Magpul M-LOK makes it an awesome looking piece!

None that I can think of, other than it will require taking more parts off just to get to the velocity adjustment. I probably will not adjust the velocity as it chronographs out of the box at 800 fps and drops from 3000psi to 2650psi over 8 shot magazine with 26-28gr pellets.

By GregoryUSAMay 27, 2016

I was interested to see the oddly wide range of reviews for this rifle. It is obvious that every gun is a bit different and no two people will have an identical experience but my experience with it over the last 9 months has been very positive. Accuracy? Mine hit the same spot at 25 yards using H&N Barracudas with both the Hunter Extreme and Round Nose pellets. I have also run Benjamin domes with very similar results. Not quite as "same hole" accurate as my Hatsan AT44-QT in .22, but it hits with considerably greater power. With more pellet testing I may get the same accuracy as the Hatsan; it certainly feels like it will get there. The scope (I bought the package deal) did require shimming in order to get enough elevation but I had the same issue with my Hatsan. At the end of the day what matters is are you having fun shooting and do you hit what you aim at. In the case of the Armada that I received the answer is absolutely yes! While I did discover a few minor annoyances (like the standard butt stock feels a bit sloppy but it shoulders secure so no big deal), over-all the rifle feels well made and stable. I've never had an issue cycling the bolt, although the Benjamin pellets are definitely tighter in the breech than the H&Ns, and never had any kind of magazine failure. It is heavy and I anticipated that it would be from other reviews I watched on-line. I did shoot it off-hand a few times and it balances further back than the Hatsan, which is very front heavy, but is not centered enough to make it a comfortable off-hand shooter IMO. But, off a rest it is a tack driver for me out to 30 yards and I suspect that is only the edge of its effective range. I just haven't had occasion to shoot it farther out yet. The only caution; if you are going to use it for pest control as I have been doing this Spring (overrun with ground squirrels) be very aware of the field behind your target. At the distance I've been shooting (average 25 yards) even with the H&N hollow points every single head shot has been thru-and-thru hitting the material behind the target with considerable remaining energy. With the 31gr round nose pellets it will keep going a long way, so be aware. And if you are one of the unfortunate folks who somehow got a lemon in this rifle, send it back to Benjamin or find a qualified airgun smith to fix it because you are missing out on a PCP rifle that is a pure pleasure to shoot.

Accurate. Powerful. Shoulders perfectly and has very natural ergonomics. Clean consistent trigger action with no adjustment needed unless you are doing very serious target shooting. Not as pellet sensitive as most of the break barrels I've owned. Undeniable "cool factor" in the look and ability to mount add-ons in just about any configuration you might want.

Heavy for off-hand shooting but the weight is not as much of a deterrent to shooting it off hand as the fact that with a large scope the balance is just a too far forward. A bug-getter or red-dot might change that balance enough to make it an acceptable stand-up gun but it is so much fun to shoot off the bi-pod that I will never find out if that would make a difference. Hopefully another shooter will comment on this in the future.

By clifMay 24, 2016

i have had my armada in .22 for about 6 months now and over 1000 rounds down range. at first i had some trouble finding that magic pellet, however it shot every crosman pellet respectively. if i was shooting 20m or less, its a laser. my armada LOVES polymag shorts. single hole groups at 30m all day long and touching clover leafs at 50 yards. polymags were all i shot until i started to run low and wanted to plink and save the polymags for hunting. i heard of people washing pellets, so i tried something i do with my centerfire bullets, i coated a whole tin of premiers and a tin 19g barracudas in eezox, rolled them around in a paper towel and then let them dry. both shot just as good as the polymags after that, which before i would not have tried to take a squirrel with either of those rounds. anyway, off to buy a .25 armada now. also, i had no issues with airgun depot. a++

-very accurate -picatinny + m lock makes it very dynamic -i haven't found a pellet that isn't acceptable for hunting, after washing them in eezox.

heavy for off hand shots. build those stability muscles up!

By BonifacioUSAFebruary 7, 2016

I got my new Benjamin armada .25 cal last Black Friday sales. I am very much disappointed. It works ok at first but later on it jam up the pellets using the the magazine. At first I though it was the size of the pellets but it turns out to be the tip of the barrel at the rear end causing the pellets to be deformed blocking the barrel while cocking the airgun. I tried smaller pellets but same problem comes up. Using it with single pellets without the magazine works ok. I bought two extra magazines resulted with the same problem.

By WesleyUSASeptember 4, 2015

This rifle is amazing. Extremely accurate. Very very very quiet. Quality package deal. I suggest getting the standard version and buying your own magpul parts on Amazon, you will come out cheaper. I am absolutely 100 percent satisfied with this rifle. Benjamin has really done a fine job with this weaponry. Shoots crosman premier domes flawlessly with same hole accuracy. Also shoots polymag shorts and jsb exact jumbo diablos very very well. I got the .22 version and it is very powerful and gets up to 60 consistent shots but if you are Hung up between .22 and .25 go with .25 for the extra punch although you won't get as many shots per fill. Oh and get some moly-graph grease for the bolt action, makes it 100x smoother. I can't say enough about this rifle it is a must buy! Make sure to take your time mounting the scope and use a level to get the most out of the accuracy and you will be stacking pellets one after another. Have fun and be safe!

Everything from stock to barrel!


By aaronUSAAugust 12, 2015

Love the look of this PCP and was not disappointed. Looks good. Everything else? Not so much. Would NEVER group well, no matter the optics or conditions. Stock was cheap and flimsy, kept loosening up and had to be re-tightened constantly. Very quiet in .22. If your interested get the Marauder instead.

I liked the new 5" of Picatinny rail space.

Almost everything. Bad accuracy, cheap feel.

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What Pump Would Work with this? A buy link would be appreciated

asked Tyler from USA

Can this Rifle use flip up sights ? what about the height ?

asked Scrambler82 from USA

Can this rifle use hard sights ? Flip-Ups, standard open sights, anything other than a scope !

asked Scrambler82 from USA

What is the range with this?

asked Duane from USA

bonjour et pour airgun depot quel document faut il fournir

asked philippe from France

Le client doit s'informer auprs des autorits locales des documents ou permis requis.

Mark from USA

bonjour quelle sont les regles pour la france et les taxes

asked philippe from France

There is no way for us to know all the restrictions on international orders. That is your responsibility as a customer. Il n'y a aucun moyen pour nous de connatre toutes les restrictions sur les commandes internationales. C'est votre responsabilit en tant que client.

Mark from USA

Can i need a permit or a licence for buy this gun and this is a Canada spipping

asked Louis-Philippe from Canada

We can not ship the Armada to Canada.

Mark from USA
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