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Benjamin Bulldog Bullpup

Available in .357, .457, Features baffle-less SoundTrap® technology
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  • Code: BPBD3S · $899.99 · .357 · 910 fps
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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 Bullpup Features
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • 5rd auto-indexing rotary clip in .357
  • 3rd gravity fed tray in .457
  • Sidelever
  • 28.00" rifled barrel in .357
  • 28.5" rifled barrel in .457
  • SoundTrap baffle-less trapezoid-shaped sound suppression
  • .457 version features M18 threads on the end of the shroud
  • 26" long Picatinny optics rail
  • 5.50" long Picatinny accessory rail (.357 only)
  • 2-stage non-adjustable trigger (stage 1=2 lbs., stage 2=3 lbs.)
  • Manual safety
  • 36" long in .357
  • 36.3" long in .457
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • 3000 psi max fill pressure
  • 340cc reservoir in .357 and 440cc in .457
  • 10 shots per fill in .357 and 3 in .457
  • .357 weight is 7.70 lbs.
  • .457 weight is 8.75 lbs.
  • Foster male quick-disconnect
  • 200 ft-lbs. max with .357 and 450 ft-lbs. max with .457

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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Specs
  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber .357
  • Velocity 910 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Sidelever
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 7.70
  • Overall Length 36.00
  • Loudness 4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity 5
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail Weaver/Picatinny
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 10
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Hunting
  • Warranty 5-year limited warranty
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Reviews
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5.033 Reviews
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5.0
By JacobUSAMarch 23, 2022 Verified Purchase

Pros
Happy with my purchase :)

5.0
By LarryMarch 7, 2022

SAFETY with ALL big-bore rifles...

Pros
The size and weight get's a little weighty if you're not used to it yet. The ease of use, firepower and it look's V-E-R-Y futuristic... I love it! Plan on complimenting it with it's big brother, .50 cal real soon.

Cons
The refilling valve protector. The locking lip is easily broken and the small latch WILL fall into the filling chamber and be trapped in the well which you can't get out. The weapon has to be sent out for repairs. Just got one last we and while trying to remove for refilling, it broke off. Haven't even had it for a week. Now trying to get it repaired already.

5.0
By RonMarch 2, 2022 Verified Purchase

Got this in a 45 ah had to build the scope up so it was usual for me but it was a very well-made gun it shoots well and I would recommend it to anyone

Pros
Powerful good at 75 yards

Cons
Not a thing

4.0
By AaronUSADecember 28, 2021 Verified Purchase

This rifle takes getting used to. For an air rifle, it's a bit heavy... it felt awkward to use, at first... but, now that I've put several rounds downrange, I like her!

Pros
Very accurate! I was able to dope the scope for 25 yds, and these are the results...

Cons
The rubber recoil pad sucks! It falls off way too easily!

5.0
By TonyUSADecember 21, 2021

Pros
I have owned the Bulldog for 4 years. I purchased a silencer from a group in Fl. The silencer has deceased the sound level by 75%. Recommended when in area with neighbors. Regarding the review by Kerop.,This page is about rating air guns not your minimal ability to grade another person grammar and writing ability. FYI, your paragraph was not grammatically correct in many aspects. For starters this is called a , (coma)

Cons
lately large caliber pellets jamming, few pellets appeared out of round

5.0
By DanielNovember 25, 2021

Pros
Was just shopping. Looks good.

5.0
By CraigUSAOctober 4, 2021 Verified Purchase

Update, finally got to go shoot this amazing gun. Didn't want to shoot it in the backyard like the smaller calibers I own. So went to my friends farm with my wife and her new Savage 22. Yikes this gun is no JOKE! See attached photos. 3 1/8 inches into a 6×6 pressure treated hard Chunk of wood. All I can say is it's AWESOME, GET ONE and be very sure of your backstop. Love it, love it, love it! Green arrow shows direction of travel. Target at 50 yard's. Can't wait to go again!

Pros
I like just about everything but see cons.

Cons
Not real keen on the plastic safety.

5.0
By CraigUSAOctober 4, 2021 Verified Purchase

Update, finally got to go shoot this amazing gun. Didn't want to shoot it in the backyard like the smaller calibers I own. So went to my friends farm with my wife and her new Savage 22. Yikes this gun is no JOKE! See attached photos. 3 1/8 inches into a 6×6 pressure treated hard Chunk of wood. All I can say is it's AWESOME, GET ONE and be very sure of your backstop. Love it, love it, love it! Green arrow shows direction of travel. Target at 50 yard's. Can't wait to go again!

Pros
Everything

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By CraigUSAMay 27, 2021 Verified Purchase

Dressed it up a little, can't wait experience it's power!

Pros
Haven't fired this beauty yet so info on performance however it seems well made and very heavy. Long walk would be a task. Since that is not what I purchased it for am very impressed.

Cons
Plastic safety, really!!! Expensive piece like this deserves a nice billet safety. Come on Crosman!

5.0
By GarryMay 12, 2021

Question? Wouldn’t this rifle be quieter if the air gauge was at the top of the cylinder in the cap? With said mod. The only thing stoping the trapezoid Extrusion from moving back to the magazine is itself. Cut a two inch notch out of extrusion. Slide it back to the magazine plastic stand off from the end of barrel will be sticking out of the end of the extrusion enough to thread the standard is 18 x 1 metric dies come in 19 x 1 and 20 x 1.

Pros
Thumb size K. Get your ears eyes. Move everything not moving. Bounced one back first time, no holes. Ordered another. Have a Ronin and FX version f/ DFL. Adaptor from DFL is pretty. Have two adaptors. Would not buy second Ronin/FX. And if an emperor can’t break 100db I’m going to grab ears and skip silencer. A third Bulldog yes sir. These things are a blast. Ammo anything thumb size last time I checked round ball. I got at least 200 rounds out of my second bulldog. Absolutely straight from the box. NP. Thing will shoot 2000 maybe 20000. With no maintenance beyond pushing a spounge down the barrel.

Cons
Lots of screws

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Will the new airbolt work in the Benjamin bulldog

asked Carlton from USA

Can you buy a suppressor for this weapon, and where can I purchase one?????

asked Larry from USA

What is the max. fill pressure?

asked terry from USA

How is moderate fitted

asked Tom from USA

If you order from Donnyfl you have to buy the adapter that replaces the end cap and the moderator screws right onto the threaded adapter. Very easy. I have the Emperor moderator and it does a good job.

Ronald from USA

do the bull pup shoots arrow bolts

asked jim from USA

do the bull dog pup shoot arrow bolts

asked jim from USA

NO

Richard from USA

Does this come with any means of filling the tank? Or is that a separate purchase?

asked Dan from USA

NO PUMP(not easy), Bottle(expensive) or compresure ($200+to thousands) pick 1

Richard from USA

Who covers the 5 year warranty on this? Also is there a list of what ammo can be shot through this?

asked Bryant from USA

Helo Can it be disassembled ? Can I load with an air compressor or manualy ?

asked Vítor

It can be disassembled. You can use an air compressor as long as it has a 3000 psi output.

Ronald from USA

Which gun is louder... the bulldog or the condor ss?

asked Steve

Definitely the bull dog!

Gary

will bulldog357 might loud but other like air force and taxen much louder

Billy from USA

They are both rated with 4 medium-high. About about as loud as punching your leg

Vito

bulldog is way louder..

OneEyedJack Great Falls MT.

This gun is much louder than the Condor SS which is a shrouded gun. This gun is as loud as the AirForce Texan (which is unshrouded) in my opinion.

Jon

what do you think of this rifle for power and accuracy and what is the best clean kill to date

asked hamish

150 lb hog at 50 yrds. Nosler went through lungs above shoulder and was bullet seen bouncing off water in lake behind hog. Hog dropped in 30 feet.

Tony from USA

will have seen video of hunting with bulldog 357 and kills are clean and fast so this make good survival gun and practices gun maybe home defends I am every impress on this air gun I would like own one but I will save one up too just that

Billy from USA

As far as I know it is 900fps with a 145 grain 357. Pellet And the latest recorded trophy was a white-tale deer in south Carolina

Vito

I have tried lots of pellets and pure lead cast bullets . For pellets the H&N Grizzly 82 gr. hollow points are good for small game , target shooting ,I use them for sighting in new sights ,scopes and red dots . The sizing of the pellet is a bit smaller than .357 there .35 caliber .What makes them shoot able is the rear is concave , I've done some tuning and tinkering with one of my Bulldogs so the extra oomph opens up the rear of the pellet and expands the lead against the inner barrel sealing it enough for 900 plus psi ! close to 145 fpe .My favorite's for my own pure lead cast bullets are .358 Lee 125 gr round flat top 869 fps / 220 fps ,and my self defense round is the Lee 2 cavity ,358 diameter 158 round flat tip ( 163 gr ) with pure lead at close to 800 fps for 231 fpe my best kill to date was dead center shot through both sides of my outdoor grille !lol clean hole going in close to a quarter coming out.

Timothy from USA

35lb coyote at 35 yards

Stephen

Hammish if u look at YouTube there is a guy with a wildabeast

Stexas
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