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Bullpup airguns are the all the rage because they're compact and easily maneuvered in the field. Why carry a full-size rifle when a gun 30% shorter has all the power you need to get the job done? The Benjamin Bulldog .357 takes game at distances that smallbore airguns can only dream about harvesting. Besides reaching out further, take larger game and pests such as feral hogs, which are destroying American farmland. Your local farmers will see you as a hero for coming to their property to eliminate these pests. Because this Benjamin is shrouded, it's not going to spook all the other critters after you take your first shot. Speaking of shots, you'll get 5 in each rotary clip and up to 10 shots per fill. That gives you plenty of ammo in case your quarry runs in packs. Benjamin Bulldog Features Diagram

Benjamin Bulldog .357 Bullpup Features
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • 5rd auto-indexing rotary clip
  • Sidelever
  • 28.00" rifled barrel
  • SoundTrap baffle-less trapezoid-shaped sound suppression
  • 26" long Picatinny optics rail
  • 5.50" long Picatinny accessory rail
  • 2-stage non-adjustable trigger (stage 1=2 lbs., stage 2=3 lbs.)
  • Manual safety
  • 36" long
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • 3000 psi max fill pressure
  • 340cc reservoir
  • 10 max shots per fill (going from 800 fps down to 670 fps and from 3000 psi down to 2000 psi by shot 10)
  • 7.70 lbs.
  • Foster male quick-disconnect
  • 800 max fps with a 145-grain Nosler bullet (900 fps max with a 95-grain bullet)
  • 200 ft-lbs. max with a 170-grain bullet
  • Includes Swab-Its, 6 Nosler eXtreme bullets and lube

When you look for optical accessories, the Bulldog's manual states this: "Use of 37mm tall (Absolute Co-Witness) rings, widely used with the AR platform, are recommended." You may also use other sighting systems suited for AR platforms.
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Benjamin Bulldog Bullpup
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100% Recommend this product (18 of 18 responses)
By Dan
Incredible air rifle
November 26, 2019
This PCP rifle is deadly, perforates a 2x4 like it was not there and it has also blasted even two 2x4's. It is accurate and a force to be reckoned with. I have quite a few PCP guns and this one is a solid "go to" gun for all types of circumstances. I have had this for about a year and would buy this gun again.
ProsEasily maneuverable, powerful and accurate.
ConsIt could jam.
Best UsesHunting, destroying things.
By Mark
Middle of no where west virginia
Hard hitting , accurate .
October 5, 2019
This airgun is everything you want in a big bore , I have been shooting it for 8 mths now , I put a leepers 9 power scope with illuminated reticles, a bi pod and a aluminum made on a lathe moderator , all you can hear is the hammer spring and the round hitting the target , I can take a squirrel at 100 yds if it sits still long enough , I know you arnt supposed to but I fill mine to 3,600 psi , the shots are devastating with a 145 gr. Ballistic top nozzler and ig get 15 goid shots per fill , it shoves quite a bit with that pressure getting very close to the power of a .9 mm .
By Chris
Littleton Massachusetts
Love it!! Best value big bore on the market!!
September 20, 2019
I studied this gun a very long time and which I had gotten it sooner! I actually chose to buy the Hatsan Hercules instead in .357 cal and what a mistake that was. I purchased the Hatsan primarily because itā€™s quieter. That was before I knew you can buy a noise moderator for the Bulldog. After months of problems with the Hatsan I purchased a Bulldog and damn itā€™s worth it for millions of reasons... First the Bulldog can shoot a variety of grain sizes up to 178 grain that I know of. The largest grain I can fit in the Hatsan is 95 grain. That was something I wish I knew ahead of time. 2. The Bulldog has been problem free for me during my whole first year of using it! The Bulldog is much easier to fill with a pump, bottle or pump. I can only fill the Hatsan with my compressor. Bulldog is lighter although I enjoy the weight of the Hatsan more. But the Bulldog is more practical to carry. There are many aftermarket parts available for the Bulldog and not for Hatsan. Both guns are pretty accurate but the Bulldog has an edge. I love the Bulldog so much Iā€™m planning on buying a second one just to set it up differently...
ProsAccurate Reliable Relatively light Can shoot large variety of pellets of different Grain size Easy to fill Variety of after market parts available
ConsMore air capacity would be nice
By Jp
The real deal
July 11, 2019
This is my first air gun and I got to say that I love it I'm hooked I want more I can't stop shooting this baby I love the power and the accuracy...all pros no cons
ProsThe power the accuracy and the look
ConsI need a bigger clip 5 shots ain't enough and a bigger tank
Best UsesShooting everything and watching it explode I [email protected]#$% love it
By Jeffery
Leesburg, GA
Very nice rifle
April 27, 2019
The Bulldog is my first PCP air rifle and it's a very nice rifle so far. Very good weight and nicely balanced. It's one rifle that I'll have to get used to.
ProsNice weight Nice length
Best UsesPesting Hog hunting General hunting and target practicing
By Gary
357 bulldog everything
January 25, 2019
Does everything you said it would do it can hold 1 inch groups all day long with 125 grain hallowpointsnuffer at 50 yds 2 inch groups at 100
ProsEverything love this gun
ConsLittle loud
Best UsesDeer,coyote
By Robert K.
Elmira NY
Great light rifle
December 25, 2017
This rifle is easy to use and loading is easy . I'm waiting on better weather so I can make my own pellets .
By Dominick D.
Bulldog is Not BS!
November 14, 2017
I really researched this PCP against all comers, I had no limit on spending up to $2K but was interested in a PCP that seemed well designed and hearty [tough] to the bush I was going to take it into! I looked at hours of YouTube of an assorted compliment of PCP Big Bores and The Bulldog seem to take the cake! Since getting it I have "Tweaked" My Benj by adding on "Pitbull accessories" Mega Moderator, and Barrel Alignment segments, and single shot tray! Wow, really has done what they were advertised to do! Ive fired a few boxes of pellets/bullets and this PCP really holds CTC at 50 yards [.75"] and at 100 yrads about 1.0 inch CTC. I am sure if I was more diligent in filling the tank at the same levels it would even be better, but my biceps and legs are getting a good workout with my Benjamin hand pump! At 70 years old though its good exercise for me!
I have a IProTec OPT-32rg mounted and its a compliment to the Benj profile! Easy to maintain, and Great Pricing!
ProsPowerful, Accurate, Light enough with optics, Very Fearsome looking! Reminds of a Halo weapon!
ConsWished it came with two (2) mags instead of one (1). Benjamin-Crossman should consider a better moderator system, but the market does have good add on! Wish they had a bit larger Tank but then maybe in sleek design might be lost!
By Al
September 19, 2017
I figured a refurbished gun was as good as a new one. I was right. Shoots well,still working to find the best round for it. Then hunting!!
By Tom
Grand Rapids, MN
Amazing rifle!
December 18, 2016
The Bulldog is every bit as good as everyone says it is. It's quiet, powerful and a blast to shoot. This rifle has proven itself against deer, hog and all sorts of African plains game. And it's accurate enough to smoke squirrels and other pests.
ProsPower, it's quiet, accurate and reliable. The target was shot from a standing position at -5°F in a 20mph wind. 5 shots, 50'. Yes, I was desperate to shoot it. I can't wait to see what it's capable of from a proper rest.
ConsThe picatinny rail creates some issues with scope fitment. I had to order a riser to allow proper cheek weld even with extra high rings and a 40mm scope bell. It should probably come with a riser in my opinion. It's also air hungry. Producing the kind of power it does takes some air. I have a compressor, if you don't, I'd definitely think about a good hpa tank. Hand pumping to 3000 psi isn't my idea of fun. Five shots took me from 2700psi to 2200.
By Vikram
Awesome airrifle
December 7, 2016
This looks, shoots and feels great!
I put a Bushnell Dusk&Dawn 3-9x40mm scope on it. Shoots very accurate.
The 2-stage trigger is great, and the safety trigger is positioned such that you can apply/release it while shouldering the gun and while aiming.
It is not loud, the shroud dampens most of the sound.
It does not have any sights on it, the rail is great because it gives you the option of adding various accessories.
Very powerful, went straight through 2" wood.
I got this from Airgundepot very well packaged.
Read instructions carefully before shooting.
I put the cocking lever on the left side, because I shoot left.
Amazing product by Benjamin and a good 10% off as a first time costumer from Airgundepot.
I would definitely recommend this air rifle.
By Jeff H.
Irrigon, Oregon
Awesome PCP Gun !!!!!!!!
September 24, 2016
Got this gun 9/22/2016 setup the target at 50 yards and loaded her up with jsb 81.02 gr pellets. The first shot was left of center about 6 inches adjusted scope and the 5th shot was in the bull. Shot 15 more all in the bull with less than an inch and half spread. I'm sure it will shoot well at 100 as well. Great job Benjamin !!!!
By Jess
Golden, CO
Awesome design!
June 17, 2016
Aside from the actual muzzle velocity being far less then that advertised the bullpup is everything it's claimed to be. It's very accurate and quite powerful for an air gun. I'm not entirely impressed with the "baffle less technology" as it seems pretty damn loud to me.
ProsAccurate, feeds well from magazine, powerful.
ConsLoud, muzzle velocity lacking from that claimed, velocity drops considerably between first and tenth shot.
By wolin z.
so good
June 7, 2016
I want bulldog's drawing, because I want to open it
By Rick
, Massachusetts
One hell of a gun
April 25, 2016
One truly amazing gun! I'm using the H&N grizzly pallets at 82 gr and getting two inch groups at a hundred yards. Taken a squirrel at 125 yards. Can't wait till hunting season in Vermont looking to bag a nice white tail...
Pros Power accuracy the bolt action works great with the Rotary clip, which is amazing for rapidfire, took two out of three squirrels running and only missed the third by about an without the rotary clipping bolt action would have never been able to do that
ConsA little on the load side but still much quieter than any bolt action rifle
By OneEyedJack M.
Great Falls Montana
Benjamin Bulldog .357
November 22, 2015
Hard hitting,Accurate...have had this air rifle for 3 days and have shot about 100 pellets threw it...1" 5 shot groups with H&N grizzly 82gr.hp and the air venturi 127gr.fp at 35 yards ....50 yards 2" to 2 1/4" cant wait to try it out to 75 and 100 yards...just been to windy...shot the pellet threw 3/4" plywood problem nice hole..and threw 1/16" sheet metal at 25 yards punched right threw it...5 water soaked phone books about 12" went in about 10" with a 2" hole in the middle of the phone books.hollow point grizzly H&N mushroomed nice.bulldog is loud but very nice to shoot smooth action and balances well...i will buy another one no problem..Benjamin did a great job building this gets 10 shots just like they said....and very consistent groups....and i was shooting with about 20mph when the wind stops ill bench rest it and see what she will do out farther...i have about 5 other pellets to try threw far very good shooting air gun..
By Bill c.
Bull dog
June 8, 2015
I love this gun it is fun to shot but it is loud
ProsThe powe is insane when I got my gun I also bought Some jab pellets the shot Pretty good then I used the bullets that crosmam includes with the gun I was shoring 30 yards I was not impressed by them The I bought some Lee casting molds I got 2 A 257-125 gr mold the gun don't like this bullet and I got a 258-140gr the bullet is a semi wadcutter and the bulldog loves it I can get one hole groups for the first five rounds out to 35 yards after that the pattern spreads out
ConsIt is Loud and you can double feed a round if you're not careful
By Chris P.
Plymouth PA
Benjamin Bullpup is a Beast
June 4, 2015
I have 3 other PCP's .25 cal Airforce, .25 cal M-Rod, .45cal SamYang 909, and as of this point the Benjamin Bulldog has them all beat. Just the ability the use all types of .357 cal pellets alone is what makes this a winner, most other brands have narrow magazines that wouldn't allow you to do so. It is very, very accurate, I made less than 1inch groups out to 50 yards without a bipod using forehand resting on my knee. I used the 95 grn hollow points to shoot at an expired can of dog food at 50 yrds and the can was completely ripped open as if it were shot by a centerfire 9mm round. Just the share power and accuracy of this air rifle makes it a beast. I can see that this is suitable for hunting and as far as backyard friendly, I doubt that very much. It is no where as loud as my SamYang and Airforce, but is much louder than my M-Rod, its equivalent top popping a balloon.
ProsAbility to use all length common.357 cal pellets, very accurate and very powerful
Conssomewhat loud, hard to find a suitable carrying case
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Benjamin Bulldog Bullpup
  • 0.357
    Caliber 0.357 Cal
    Velocity 900 fps
    Loudness 4-Medium-High
    Mag Capacity 5
  • 0.357
    Caliber 0.357 Cal
    Velocity 900 fps
    Loudness 4-Medium-High
    Mag Capacity 5
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