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This version of the Discovery includes the gun and the Benjamin 3-stage hand pump with an attached hose that has a female Foster quick-disconnect fitting on the end. Connect the Foster fitting on the end of the hose to the air reservoir on the rifle.

To exhaust air or CO2 from the rifle- you need to purchase the degasser tool.

The gun is warrantied for 1 year- but the hand pump has a 90-day warranty.

Get into precharged guns at an unheard-of price and also get the accuracy of an expensive European rifle!

Benjamin has bridged the gap and taken the pain out of PCP guns. Not only is this as low a price as you'll ever find on a PCP/hand pump combo- but it's so easy to pump up that a wispy teenager could do it!

If you prefer to use a scuba tank instead of the hand pump- you'll need a scuba tank adapter with hose and a female quick-disconnect with male threads. The last item already comes with this kit. The adapter fits tanks with a K valve. The air reservoir has a male Foster fitting.

The Discovery has raised the bar for PCP guns because it uses only 2000 psi of air. While the European companies race toward higher and higher air pressures- Benjamin is going the opposite direction and making it easier than ever to use a hand pump. If you want to use a scuba tank or carbon fiber tank- you can do that- too- and get the benefit of many more fills than you would from a gun that operates with 3000 psi. The Discovery gives you a choice! The air reservoir is 135cc.

The gun comes with a hardwood stock (14" length of pull)- Williams fiber optic front and rear sights- and a built-in air pressure gauge. Included in the package is a hand pump that's easy to use and very clear on showing you when you've reached maximum operating pressure.

Airgun Depot Review
We tested the Discovery PCP and boy, have we been impressed! We were up and shooting in less than 5 minutes. PCP airguns have been way too complicated in the past with a vast assortment of probe adapters, pumps, attachments, hoses etc. With the Benjamin Discovery everything has been simplified. Simply hook up the gun to the pump, give it about 100 pumps to fully pressurize it and your're ready to shoot. We were able to get about 35 full power shots before the FPS started to drop off. That's enough for any hunt or pest control outing. Another aspect of the gun that really impressed us was it's accuracy. Groupings were well under 1 inch even out to 50 yards! you can expect .3" groups at about 25 yards. We also liked the fact that you can leave this air rifle charged so it's ready to go whenever you are. It's actually better for the airgun to have pressure in it.

We mounted our test rifle with a Centerpoint 3-9X40 scope with illuminated reticle and with this scope the gun is a joy to shoot. No recoil and near hole through hole accuracy at 25 yards. The gun is lightweight at just over 5 lbs and with a scope mounted it brings it to about 6 lbs which makes for easy handling and enjoyable shooting. If you're looking for a great gun for pest control or small game hunting this is the rifle for you. It's also a fun gun to just plink around the yard with.
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Benjamin Discovery Pump Combo
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72% Recommend this product (38 of 53 responses)
By jerry
love it
January 25, 2017
This is a great little gun i can't seem to put it down. lol If you are thinking about getting it go ahead I can guarantee you will love it. I've made clean kill shots at 50 yards with no problems and targets out to 80 yards this is truly a good set up straight out of the box.
ProsEverything about it!
By Cheng L.
New York
Benjamin Discovery Pump combo
November 12, 2016
Like the size and the weight, feel good just to hold it.Bought this gun for back yard pest control but can not use it due to loud noise..I have neighbors all around.Don't know if the gun is leaking or not,I lost about 250 psi or more in 24 hours.Love the way it shoot..penny sized group @ 25 yards every time.
ProsGood looking little gun and shoot very nicely...thank you.
ConsThe gun is loud and seems to be leaking.
By John H.
Lilburn, GA
Best buy ever!
September 12, 2016
I bought my Benjamin Discovery on one of AD's "Lightning Deals" for about $75.00 less than a computer's list price. I LOVE THIS GUN. I just got into airguns about a year ago (not counting my Benjamin pump I had as a kid). I first bought a Umarex Octane which was hard to cock, heavy, and difficult to shoot accurately. Then bought a Crosman Vantage, which was a AD refurb "Lightning Deal" which I liked much better. I kept reading about the Discovery and determined that I needed one. I jumped on it when AD did the lighting deal. It is much lighter than the break barrels, and easier to shoot more accurately. FYI I got the 177 caliber. I did put a TKO muzzle brake on it which quieted it considerably.
ProsPrice. Light weight, accuracy. I have read complaints about the trigger but I like mine fine. The included pump works great. I am 74 years old with a bad back, bad knees and severe corporal tunnel syndrome in one hand and I have no problem pumping it to 2000 psi. About 50 slow steady pumps from 1000 to 2000. It is not pellet picky. Can get sub .300 five shot groups at 15 yards with JSB Exact Monster Diabolo 13.43; slightly over .300 with Crosman Premier 7.9 HP, and similiar groups with a couple other brands and weights of pellets.
ConsA longer hose on the pump would be good. If someone would offer an optional longer hose I would happily purchase it. Other than that everything else is great.
By Rajkul C.
India, Kolkata-121
I need a Purchase Benjamin Discovery .177 Caliber
September 11, 2016
I like this benjamin discovery air rifle
ProsDear sir, I need a purchase benjamin discovery .177 Caliber It's my dream. But Is it possible, becouse I lived in India, Kolkata-121 Please reply me...
By Sr
San Antonio, Texas
Very very nice.
July 27, 2016
I love this .22 cal model (Benjamin Discovery) I ordered this one because I test fired one with a suppressor on it. Great pellet rifle, Accuate right out of the box with only minor adjustments to the rear sight.
Pros15-20 accurate shots per filled pump.
ConsAbsolutely none!!
By Luke
Harbor Beach, MI
Great Starter PCP
July 5, 2016
This gun has been extremely accurate and is very light to carry. A lot of fun to shoot. Very accurate at 120+ yards. I added a 4-16x50 scope and a bipod to the gun.
By Al J.
Elgin Ill
Disco. For an old guy
May 11, 2016
Living in buy a .22 airgun you need a foid card and have del. To a licensed dealer. The disco cannot be found at any stores even in .177. a.g.d had the best price on the pump combo including the $ 25 ffl fee. 150 pumps from zero to 2000psi. 50 from 1000 to 2000 psi. 15 power shots from 2000 psi. At 20 yds. I am 71 and have no problem with the pump even with a bad back. Two weeks with gun. Installed tko ldc. Gun was loud as stated in specs. But not now. New trigger and old 3x9 simmons scope. I also installed a longer hose on the pump. Being an rso. For many yrs. At a outdoor rifle and handgun range I get a great deal of trigger time in but at home the disco is a more logical solution with limited range for pest control and safety.
ProsQuality. Fit and finish. Shoots well. Scope holds zero where my springers not so well. Price with my mods about $ 500, but remember it shoots great right out of the box.
ConsNone so far
By Robert
Mayville , WI
Love my 1st PCP
April 25, 2016
Put a TKO brake on the day I got the rifle. Made it so quiet its about as loud as spitting. I have my Brunson scope set one click up and left to make up for trigger pull and with that Im getting squirrel head shots at 40 ft. and got the Easter Bunny walking at 80 ft. Read about people not liking trigger . Mine is better than a Mil spec M4 trigger. Could be a little smoother but that might come later. The iron sights that come stock are great, nice bright green. The rifle is so light , very easy to hold standing on target. Didnt care for the pump at first , but then I got a good way standing that works for me. Torn up shoulder from Iraq made the last 20 pumps painful, but found a good way standing keeping arms straight and it was easy. The pump weighs more than the rifle! After I put the brake on it kinda looked like a 3/4 scale M14
ProsLight , accurate , kills varmints n'such, looks cool.
ConsOnly thing Ive found is getting the pellet into the breech. Its not easy because the pellet seems to flip over or on an angle almost every time. Im getting better at it after about 60 shots. I do a lot of physical work so my hands and fingers arent exactly small and frail. The thick skin and callus on my fingers handling a .22 cal pellet is like having gloves on.
By bryan
Lakeland Fl.
Best air rifle that I have owned
February 20, 2016
I have been shooting air guns since I was 12 years old I am now 59. I got the 22 cal. Discovery. and then bought the Leapers UTG 1.25-4x24 Tactical Scope. It is the best Pellet gun that I have ever owned and I have had some very good ones. My brothers all ways like to compete. The first time they saw my Benjamin they wanted to bet for a steak dinner on who got the most squirrels. I ate free that night.
Prosvery light weight. shoots the recommended discovery pellets very nice. great knock down power. Knocks them out of the trees and a good dog will get the squirrels before they can run off. If it is not a immediate kill shot.
ConsI found that it shoots best at full power. When it starts getting a little bit into the green it losses accuracy. So I load air pressure just a hair into the yellow. And sighted it in at full power.
By Brandon
Benjamin Discovery .22 Cal- Great Entry PCP
January 24, 2016
I have been an active shooter for many years. I have experience with target shooting, hunting and some long distance shooting. I have always had an air rifle of some type in my closet or gun cabinet. I was inspired by the long distance shots being made by Ted on Ted's Holdover channel on YouTube. Realizing that this rifle was far below the standards of Ted's 3000 PSI high-end rifles, I decided to try this to see if I like PCP air rifles. The answer is.....oh ya. I set my rifle up almost exactly like Ted listed on his video review of the Discovery ( I did opt to add an additional barrel retainer near the end of the barrel (I wish Benjamin would just do this standard, the single barrel retention clip is okay but why not add a second to ensure accuracy???). This did improve my accuracy and it only cost a few dollars to have shipped (installation was super easy).

Let me start by saying that this rifle is not backyard friendly in any way without the muzzle brake (see Ted's video- The rifle produces a loud sharp pop when discharged and your neighbors are going to notice (may even cause a visit by your local police department). I was startled by the power behind these .22 cal pellets. I use JSB Exact Jumbo Heavy .22 cal 18.13 grain and the gun loves them. I tried to sight this in at home in the backyard. I built a very sturdy backdrop consisting of a back stop of layered OSB and particle board measuring nearly 1.5 inches thick. The rifle shot through this at 25 yards....hmm.. note to self- let's go to the range.

Sighting in was actually simple for me having done this with many rifles. I didn't do anything special and it only took a few shots to be right on target. I recently took this rifle and went to a desert area and set up some long distance shoots (25 yds; 32 yds; 56 yds; 72 yds and 93 yds- all confirmed with a range finder). I use Strelok and Chairgun pro and had spent time at home prior to the outing to dial things in. I set up Strelok to match what Chairgun was telling me. It worked awesome! There was a slight wind (4 mph out of the south-targets were northeast) and I entered this into Strelok. I also had an incline on the 72 and 75 yd shots as I placed them on a hill. Targets were clay pigeons held by 2x4's with clothes pins glued to them to hold the targets. I ranged each target prior to shooting and entered any last minute info into Strelok. I wont say I didn't miss a few times, but once I learned the gun and scope I was rocking and rolling. This gun was able to hit these targets at this distance with ease and shattered them. Many shots ricocheted off the rocks behind just like a .22 rim fire. Okay now your saying "but you cant use Strelok and enter all that while hunting.." maybe not but for getting things dialed in I used it and it works....period.

I am now hooked on PCP rifles and I am saving for a more expensive air rifle. Until then I will continue to enjoy this rifle. I actually enjoy shooting this gun as much as any of my high powered rifles and it costs a fraction of the cost to shoot.

Note about filiing: I purchased this from Airgun Depot in a package that included the pump. The pump is high quality and works very well. It takes approx. 100 pumps to fill the gun. The rifle seems to operate best between 1800 PSI and 1200 PSI, and gives me a total accurate shot count of about 10-12 rounds. This is my only complaint. The small air reservoir needs refilling often and I do get a bit of a work out filling it. I also sometimes feel a bit silly pumping up my gun and wonder what people at the range must be thinking :) .

Rifle Set Up:
Benjamin Discover .22 Cal.
Pellets: JSB Exact Heavy .22 18.13gr
Scope: Hawke Sport HD 3x9x40
Zero: 25 yards

Ballistics: With the JSB Exact .22 18.13gr pellets= 700 FPS Average; 19.72 ft.lbs at muzzle. See attached ballistics chart from Chairgun Pro.
Ballistic Software: Chairgun Pro by Hawke Optics
Ballistic App: Strelok Pro

Overall: If you are looking to try the sport out, don't hesitate on this rifle. Do some research; learn the rifle; buy the right pellets; practice gun safety just like any other fire arm.

Have fun!
Pros1. Can be hand pumped for filing. 2. Accurate enough for most applications with a couple easy mods. (Extra barrel retainer; good scope; bipod). 3. Available after market items for the rifle (such as the TKO Muzzle Brake). 4. Powerful enough for small game hunting. 5. Quiet enough you do not need ear protection while shooting (with muzzle brake installed). 6. Nice real wood stock. NOTE: The service at Airgun Depot is fantastic! Their customer support is friendly and knowledgeable. Great work!
Cons1. Small air reservoir (in the .22 cal this equates to fewer shots per fill). 2. Short stock. (I find the stock a bit short for me. I had a bit of a hard time setting my scope up the way I like it as the stock is a bit short and the rails are limited in size as well). 3. Pins for mounting a sling are not included/installed. (I purchased and installed these on the rifle and it makes a difference). 4. Bi-pod installation: If you use a bi-pod like I do, the short stock (I know I already said this), makes it difficult to find good hand placement for free hand shooting when your bi-pod is mounted.
By San G.
Hemet, CA
July 20, 2015
Dream to shoot. Couldn't pass up for the price.
ProsDime size accuracy. Perfect weight.
By Lam N.
Well Engineered. Trigger Could Be Better
April 3, 2015
The only other air rifles I have have experience in are the Gamo Big Cat 1400 and a G&G M4 Electric airsoft rifle.

First off, the Discovery is so much lighter and better handling than the Gamo Big Cat 1400. I thought the Gamo was attractive in a utilitarian way but the Discovery is beautiful and simple and mostly American made.

When the rifle arrived, it had 1000 psi prefilled so I knew there were no leaks. I also checked the screws and to see if the rifling on the barrel didnt have any deformations.

Many people on the internet say that the Discovery is loud. I guess it is, but it doesn't seem as loud as the Big Cat 1400.

Most importantly though, unlike the Gamo, the Discovery's noise doesn't sound like a firearm; it just sounds like highly compressed air being quickly released. In this way, your neighbors won't be able to tell that you are using a rifle. The Big Cat 1400 sounded like a firearm and I was always afraid the cops would get called on me. (Thankfully it never happened).

Depending on how much of a Douchebag you are, you probably won't need a silencer because it just sounds like you are using power tools in your backyard. (I choose to forgo the silencer for cost and weapons handling purposes.....)

The Discovery takes around 45 easy pumps to get from 1100-2000 psi. BTW, I am 145 lbs. You only get around 13 shots for that effort. So hopefully they are very powerful shots. Because of the effort required to pump, this rifle will be a pain to plink with unless you have a scuba tank. However, this is an acceptable compromise for an easy pumping gun at a relatively low pricepoint. I also bought a Crosman 1377 for just plinking and close range hunting/breaking things.

The weapon so far seems highly accurate. I use the Crosman pellets at Walmart because there is a Walmart everywhere in the world. Out of the box, with iron sights, I was hitting liquor flasks from around 25 meters without zeroing. This is awesome for me coming from the Gamo Big Cat which required almost 50+ rounds to zero and then because of the heavy recoil, the scope soon lost its zero. I spent 10x more time zeroing the Big Cat then killing and destroying things with it. I was destroying liquor flasks with the Big Cat from 60 meters away with a 4x scope and the Discovery seems to deliver tighter groups so far With just the iron sights.

I have two gripes about the Discovery. At first I thought people who complain about the trigger were retards until I used the Discovery. It feels like you can't predict when the round will go off, but maybe it's due to my inexperience with the trigger. The SAT triggers on the Gamo are better in my opinion.

Also, it took me 20 minutes to figure out how to use the pump. I didn't know there was a ring you had to push back on the hand pump nozzle before attaching to the gun. I wish the directions in the manual would've stated this.

Overall, this weapon is designed well to hunt accurately, be a self contained system that only requires you to buy pellets and occasionally lube, be small and easily handled, and all at a relatively low price point. Also there is no ridiculous recoil unlike a magnum springer, so I can use a cheap scope from any store Instead of buying online.
ProsGood power. Beautiful, lightweight, and good handling. Not much force requied to pump. No need for expensive and bulky pumping equipment. This is important to me because I am traveling the United States. Relatively low pricepoint. No need for expensive specialty scopes since there is so little recoil. You can just buy from Walmart which was impossible with my Gamo Big Cat 1400. Gun is as self-Sufficient as you can get for a powerful air rifle. No need for expensive scopes, dive shops, bulky air tanks, compressors, etc. Everything you need to keep this gun running can be bought from Walmart or Lowes(silicon lube).
ConsTrigger is weird but can be adapted to. The manual doesnt tell you that in order to insert the benjamin handpump into the discovery, you have to push the ring back on the pump nozzle. Not good for shooting hundreds of rounds a day unless you get a scuba tank. The pump has to rest for a certain time period(and so do I...) I bought a Crosman multipump 1377 for plinking.
By Michael
Oneonta, Al
Fun Gun
January 1, 2015
After much hesitation, I finally purchased this gun and do not regret it. I love plinking around the house and my benjamin 392 was wearing me out pumping it up after each shot. I use the included pump to fill the gun and that's the only downside, but it is still an awesome combo. I'm going through pellets now more than ever and that is because the gun makes shooting so much more enjoyable.Fit and finish is nice.The weight is perfect. Accuracy is good.No special hold is required and that will help promote good shooting habits.The power is much more than my 392 and pellets will penetrate my spinner target that is made for airguns and .22 rimfire. I get about 15-18 shots from 2000psi down to 1000psi. Like others have said, it is loud-about like a pnuematic nail gun. I leave mine filled at 2000psi and does not leak down when stored.
ProsWeight. No recoil. No special airgun scope required.Plenty of power.Ammo is plentiful and easy on the wallet.Lots of info on the web for upgrading and modding.
ConsNoise is close to .22 rimfire. Trigger is not on par with the price of the gun. Filling gun with the included pump will require adult like strength.
By John
pagosa springs, CO
im hooked
December 31, 2014
First PCP ever owned or purchased. Just got it today man this is a sweet little rifle. Its very easy to fill with pump. Little on the high side for loudness but who cares this gun has got me hooked. Love my springers but man if this is the entry level to PCP gun I really want to shoot some of high dollar rifles out the cause I have never shot an air rifle this smooth. Love It! Get you one if your thinking about it do it you will love it.
ProsSweet shooingt. Awesome package for the price.
By Dale
Really knocks them out of the trees
December 16, 2014
I bought the 22cal and have had itfor about 6 months and it is really a good solid buy. I would recomend this over any break barrel or nitro high end rifle. I have about a two inch drop in 50 yards with scope zeroed at 25 yards. At 100 yards with the crosman premier dome pellets it drops about 8 to 10 inches that is amazing to me. I have literally knocked squirrels out of trees at 50 plus yards! I do have the TKO 6inch break installed and it is amazing how much it quiets down only hear the pellet whiz throughthe air and the action of the rifle. Love how hard it hits. It sounds like the pellet is hitting a hollow log. I actually thought i missed one because the squirrel flew out about ten feet off the branch and hit the ground looked like it jumped and the sound was hollow but notice the critter didnt even twitch. Buy it you will love it. This isthe best entry level pcp you can get. It might even be considered a better buy thanthe marauder in 22 cal but that might be argueed by some but forthe price it's awesome.
ProsAcurate out of the box. I added scope first thing and it is still very light can carry it no problem hunting with out a sling. Real wood stock, and for 200 bucks
ConsNone really it is awesome
By Bob
High Hill, Oklahoma
I have a Gun Safe full of long riffles and none as fun to shoot as this one.
September 15, 2014
For the money it can not be beat.
By Timothy
Lexington Pk, MD
Pure hunter, not back yard firendly
June 5, 2014
I received the rifle and pump in good condition. It is a lightweight PCP with big power! This rifle is very loud, you will hear it from neighbors if you live in a sub-division. Sound like a rim fire going off. You can mod the heck out if this thing, and probably will because the trigger is harsh out of the box. The noise can be tamed with TKO muzzle brake a little and can even be turned in to a repeater with a BNM breech. Great idea but you will spend Marauder type money to make it nice.
ProsLightweight Powerful
By Daniel
waynesville, MO
great rifle
May 16, 2014
this is by far the best air rifle I have had . I had manual pump, break barrels. trust me spend the extra money you wont be disappointed. awesome and fun to shot I see the .22 rim rifle and 17 hmr. used less now. Benjamin hit a home run with this.I also want to say Airgun Depot is great place to order from thanks........
By Lawrence
Adelanto, CA
This is the best combo deal on the market period.
April 26, 2014
Any one ,wait any young and old adult that is looking for 177 or 22 cal pellet gun, this is hands down more fun to shoot than any break barrel rifle on the market no matter the cal. I only came to that conclusion after shooting and then buying one. Had I shoot or bought one first, my collection would be different. It really hits what you aim at.( pellet choice important only when target shooting past 25-30 yards.) Anything closer and you miss it was you not the gun no matter what pellet you use and I really don't think you would care because this rifle is so much fun to shoot. I will never get rid of this gun. I swear that my blood pressure goes down every time I shoot it. They should bottle it. Its that much fun.
Proslike that Red Ryder BB gun you got new or used when you were a kid. Brings a smile and amazement that this little gun is that good and fun. Everyone that shoots mine smiles and loves it.
ConsThey don't come in 25 cal. but that's ok.
By Neal B.
Alvarado, Tx
Good Rifle - Thanks Ted
March 5, 2014
More than met my expectations after watching multiple YouTube reviews. More than enough power and energy for 50 yd kill shots. Before shooting I cleaned the rifling multiple times till all residue was removed. After 10-15 shots I was able to get consistent 3/8 inch groups of 5 at 25 yds. Moving to 50 yds, again 10-15 shots and I was able to keep pretty consistent 3/4 inch groups with an occasional flier, my fault. Already have couple squirrel kills at 25 yds and multiple Startling kills between 25-35 yds. For the money you will enjoy. I put TKO 6" suppressor on and it really helps quiet and improve accuracy. Crosman Premier Ultra Mag domed pellets fly better than the Crosman hollow point.
ProsGood wood color after multiple oil rubs and cleaning. Guns seems solid to take in field all day. Looks good.
ConsTrigger pull could stand little mod if target shooting but fine for hunting.
By mike g.
townsend delaware
nice setup for the $
March 1, 2014
this is a great combo. I have the .177 cal version. I have had this gun & pump for 1 year 2 mos. no problems at all. accuracy I was getting 3/10" on somedays to 1/2" on others at 25yds. that's scoped and on 3 sand bags. about 3 mos. ago I sent the gun to mike at tko airguns for the discovery tune. now the gun will shoot 1 pellet hole at 20 yds. not 1 raged hole I am talking 1 pellet hole 5 shots through 1 hole the same size hole as the 1st pellet. accuracy is incredible now. I shoot house sparrows now out to 55yds and kill them every time now. that's with no or little wind. I also have the tko muzzle break that really quiets it down. very loud without it. also I strongly suggest you put a scope on the gun. the barrel is really weak or flimsy so you kind of have to protect it from bumping into things or you will have to resite in . I have a scope on mine so I keep mine in the gun cabinet with the top turret on scope against the back of cabinet . and the barrel not touching anything . my point of impact never changes. I never have to re sight. don't hesitate to get this combo . if it doesn't shoot send it to tko air guns $120.00 for a tune and shipping both ways. pumping the gun not bad at all . about 2 pumps a shot. I get about 20 shots from 2000psi to 1000psi then 40 pumps to get to 2000psi. this was my only order from airgun depot I got the gun in 4 days and I live in Delaware so it was quick service. would order from them again.
By Bob S.
Worth, IL
My First PCP
December 28, 2013
I have shot Benjy Air Rifles since I was a kid. This really a great rifle. Excellent trigger. Easy to fill. The air pump is great and quickly filled the the air reservoir without any difficulty. The Stock is really beautiful. The Disco is a well balanced rifle even when I put a scope on it. I have shoot mostly Springers and Pumps but will stay with PCP. I was always concerned with buying a PCP was keeping the air tank filled but I haven't seen any pressure loss so far.
ProsWell made rifle. Easy to shot. Accurate to shoot. Well worth the the money. Easy to set up for a scope. I really like the Fiber Optic Sights. You really can go wrong with this rifle.
ConsThe only complaint I have is the rear sights. They are too low for bifocal glasses.
By Bailey
putnam county wv
awesome gun
December 26, 2013
I got this gun yesterday and shot about a hundred shots through it.. with this gun at 20 yards you can keep putting pellets in same hole shot after shot.the only thing bad about the gun is the noise level. I plan on taking it on a squirrel and rabbit hunt tomorrow. This is overall a great gun
ProsQualitya and accuracy
ConsNoise level
By cody
2 years later...
December 5, 2013
after 2 years of owning this gun, it is still great. I have made a few minor upgrades to it, including a trigger adjustment job, external power adjustment screw, and second barrel band. in factory adjustment this gun shoots about 780 fps with 14.3 grain crosman pellets, after tune up with factory hammer spring it averages 850 with said pellets, and with a slightly heavier .040 diam. hammer spring and increased spring tension and increased pressure, it propels these pellets over 1000 fps, averaging about 1020, but in this state of tune it is better to use 18 grain or heavier pellets, as you will still get 15-20 shots with only around 4% velocity variation with the heavier pellets. with Kodiak 21.6 grain pellets in this state of tune, it averages about 840 fps. As for the complaints...if you cant feed a pellet into this rifle, even with a scope, then your hands probably aren't steady enough to be shooting anyway. sorry but this is a simple task, and it is not a hard gun to load, period. yes the trigger is my trigger pull is a consistent 1.7 lb pull after simply replacing a trigger spring and inserting a sear engagement screw in a hole that is already in the back of the trigger group. after two years, it has not broke. and if its that big of a deal, you can buy a replacement brass trigger for around 10 bucks from one of the MANY companies that make awesome aftermarket parts for this gun, including breeches, barrel shrouds, full match trigger groups, silencers, stocks, velocity increasing valves, and a number of other things. if you want, check out, they have some sweet stuff, just as an example. And yes the gun is loud in stock form, does it say anywhere in the description that this gun is super silent?.......think before you buy. also, as i stated before, you can get silencers for this rifle if it is a big deal to you, for around 30-50 dollars, and will cut the sound in half or more. This is a good rifle in stock form, enough power for small and even some medium game, such as stray cats, jackrabbits and such animals. And if you are so inclined, there is a VAST amount of cool aftermarket parts to make your gun look cool, shoot even more accurate, be more comfortable, and increase the power to more than a stock mrod. This is a great gun, but may not be for everyone, i encourage you to investigate any purchase before you dump 400 dollars on something.
By Ford
Mechanicsville, Maryland
Generally Disappointed with the Benjamin Discovery
September 25, 2013
This rifle has plenty of power and is accurate. Its length and weight are good. Being a PCP there is some benefit in being able to charge with the pump, but some effort, muscle and time are required. I get about 20 shots when fully charged at 2000 lbs. There are, however, more things about this rifle which I dislike than those features which I do like, so much so that I am sorry I purchased this rifle. To explain: (1) The open sights are worthless, mainly because the rear sight has a very small "slit" which makes it very difficult to line up the rear sight with the front sight. (2) The configuration of the stock in relation to the barrel is such that even with my cheek on the stock, I can't quite get "low enough" to align the open sights. (3) It is quite loud and will not do if one plans to use in an urban environment, unless you don't care what your neighbors might think. (4) It is very difficult to place a pellet in the chamber, especially with a scope mounted (which is essential). One needs very nimble fingers to load a pellet because where the pellet has to be placed is small and under the scope, thus requiring that the pellet be loaded from the side and there is very little free space between the chamber and the rod at the end of the bolt which pushes the pellet into the chamber. For every pellet placed correctly, one or two will be dropped. This feature is among the most irritating.(5) The trigger is plastic and while it works, I don't know how long it will hold up. The trigger is not smooth and seems to take a long pull to fire.
By AirGun n.
San Jose, CA
Great deal for a good rifle
August 11, 2013
I bought this after intensive research to find a good starter air rifle. The combo came out of the box working great. The setup was self explanatory. I was shooting 15 minutes after unpacking. Filling the reservoir felt like pumping up my bike tires. No big deal.
By Beginner
The Great NW
Outstanding quality, performance, and value!
July 1, 2013
This is truly a deal that is almost too good to be true. The price is outstanding with free shipping included. The hand pump is a quality unit. As others have noted, it does take a bit of effort, but it's not a problem. I get the normal 25 shots at full power before it's time to pump up again. Accuracy is excellent with the supplied sights, which are easy to see even with my aging eyes. It's lightweight and well balanced. There are only two items I'd change if I could. First, is making the trigger more smooth, as it's a bit gritty and creepy. I'm hoping more use will smooth it out. The other is the noise level. It is pretty loud and sharp. I added a 6.5" suppressor from TKO, and that really improved the noise level. Overall this is an outstanding air rifle at an excellent price.
ProsValue, Quality, Accuracy.
ConsTrigger could be better, noise level.
By Ross
Oak Harbor, Ohio
This a grand slam!!!
February 10, 2013
I had a difficult time choosing between the Discovery and Marauder. I am a small game hunter and I thought the Marauder might be a little heavy to carry all day. I chose the Discovery mainly because of its weight. I am very pleased with this gun! This is a very good shooter! I read many reviews on this gun before buying and I must say it's hard to describe how great this gun really is. I have a 10 meter range set-up in the basement. I shot several targets. This gun will put shots in the same hole every time at this distance. Wow! No BS! I won't compare this gun to others of the same price. It would not be fair because they can't hold a candle to this one. I have had many air rifles in my life (61 yrs), and have only found 1 that I really love. I have been shooting BB and pellet rifle since I was old enough to hold one. I sold an RWS 48 because it was not accurate and was so heavy. It was a real chore to carry it all day to miss shots half the time. I wouldn't own another one if someone gave it to me. I also have a Ruger air Mag and it's not much better. Yes, I used the artillery hold and every other hold you can think of. I wanted a gun that you could shoot without having to think of the way you hold it. The hold seems to be more important than good shooting practices. I can't wait until the next hunting season. Until then, there will be a lot less of those
pesky starlings around my house. Crosman you hit a grand slam with this one. I would buy a 25 cal if you ever produce one.
ProsAfter my experiences with air rifles, I would have to say I would be ashamed of myself if I said anything bad about this gun!
ConsNot one thing.
By Darrell S.
Mississippi Gulf Coast
Very nice
January 15, 2013
Easy to pump up. Shoots .38 inch group at 25 yards right out of the box. A very good critter getter.
ProsEverthing you need in a pellet rifle.
By Jared
Milford, Massachusetts
I put just under 1000 rounds through this gun in the first two days I owned it...enough said?
October 28, 2012
First off, to the staff at Airgun Depot, I am actually the proud new owner of a .22 cal Disco, but since it's out of stock now your site, it won't allow me to write a review on it. So please, I hope you still post this completely positive review on this gun, even though it's not the exact product I own. That being said, I've owned nine air rifles (not including my new Discovery). They have all been spring, or nitro pistol guns, ranging from my first rifle, a Crosman quest 1000 that I payed $99 for, to a Benjamin trail NP .22, to a Gamo socom extreme .177, to a benjamin trail 1100XL .22, a Walther talon magnum .25, a Hatsan Striker 1000S .22, a Ruger Air Magnum .177, and finally my favorite out of the group, my .22 caliber Benjamin Discovery. I am literally unable to put this rifle down, I hope it's not the catalyst for the end of the relationship in in right now lol she's getting jealous that I love my Disco more than her! This gun took 110 pumps with the included hand pump to fill, and I generally shoot it 25-30 times. To pump it back up it only takes about 40 pumps to top it off. I've shot CPHP 14.3s, Crosman pointed pellets (cheap, $5.00 for 175 count tin) Eun Jin 32.4 grain, and predator polymag 16 grains. They all shot exactly the same, 100" consistent. This is the least pellet fussy gun I've ever owned. I can put any of these pellets through the hole in a life saver from 10 yards. I don't have the room where I am to shoot anything more than about 15 yards right now so I'm a little limited, I know this rifle is a good long range performer. Well, I'll stop rambling, bottom line is: BUY THIS GUN!!! I like the .22 cal, but I'm sure the .177 is just as perfect.
ProsAccurate Reasonably priced, allowing the "every man" to own a PCP Lightweight without feeling cheap Easy to fill with the hand pump (i.e. no expensive add'l equipment needed) Dual Fuel flexibility Not pellet fussy at all Virtually endless list of aftermarket add-ons available for reasonable prices.
ConsZip...BUY ONE NOW!!
By Greg
Prescott, Arizona
Marauder Rifle and Pistol
September 7, 2012
I have both versions of this fine gun. After experiencing the power and accuracy of these weapons, I am sure you would agree that a scuba fueled .22 pellet gun is the best there is. I have the rifle\extended grip on the pistol with a Center Point 6X32 AO RGB Mil-Dot scope mounted and you can drive tacks with it. If you were to choose one or the other, get this setup instead of the rifle which, though super quality, is quite heavy and suited for a mono pod or other support if you are moving around a lot. The pistol holds a couple less pellets (8) in the rotary clip (a very nice feature that you will never want to do without once you become accustomed to magazine pellet shooting), while being able to shoot multiple clips before re airing the gun off of a scuba tank. The small portable tank is great for field conditions.
This gun is lethal when 2100 psi remains in the tank, I usually air at 2200 psi when down from approximately 3000 psi full. I have often put 3200 psi in the gun. At 2200 psi you can shoot clean through most small game. I dispatched 6 rabbits in one afternoon as I did not care to share my garden with them. Someone commented that the triggers are plastic, mine are steel and the guns are well made. The synthetic stock on the pistol is quite cool looking. Serious guns for serious shooters. Pic is of the pistol with scope and stock. Shoots as good as a rifle.
ProsConsistently accurate, powerful and well made. Multi shot (10 in rifle and 8 in pistol) rotary clips for quick bolt throw shooting. As I, you will never want to shoot anything else.
ConsNothing. Rifle heavy.
By Justin
A must have for first time PCP'ers
July 29, 2012
This is my first PCP and all I can say is wow! Very easy to use and set up. I had it out of the box and shooting in an half hour. This will be great for me on my squirrel hunts.
ProsVery light and pack-able. Good open sights. Clear and readable gauge.
ConsWould like if it came with swivels for a sling.
By m l.
great falls, mt
benjiman discovery
July 16, 2012
Great gun. I'm new to airguns and needed this for pests. It was self explanatory right out of the box. Shoots tight groups with iron sights. I haven't missed yet. The longest shot has been at least 50 yds. My only complaint would be with myself for not getting the marauder, there has been several times I could have got off one or two more shots.
Prosgreat value accurate
Constough for myself to reload fast during combat
By Mark
Harper, Kansas
Benjamin Discovery Dual Fuel Air Rifle
June 6, 2012
I needed an accurate air gun for pest control, have had other air guns but accuracy was always a problem. This gun solved the problem, it will drive tacks at 25 yards with a good scope, I can reproduce dime and quarter size groups with out any problem at 25 to 35 yards. Have not had time to do 50 yard targets yet, but I know this gun will do those with out any trouble. I have a 3 x 12 x 40 mounted on the rifle, my vision is too poor for iron sites. Have used several different pellets with out any noticeable decline in accuracy. Will do about 25 rounds before it needs air. Very pleased with this unit.
ProsAccuracy is tremendous Great wood stock Well made
ConsThe hose on the air pump is to short, you have to lay the gun on the ground to air it up.
By Tom B.
Sauquoit, NY
Great Gun!
June 2, 2012
I read a lot of positive reviews prior to purchasing this airgun. I finally bought one and am very glad I did, money well spent. I put a 3X9 BSA .22 Special scope on it, and cannot believe the accuracy! At 15 yards, I could put 3 shots through almost the same hole. At 25 yards, I could keep all 3 shots within the size of a penny. The gun is definitely accurate.I use it to shoot starlings, and haven't missed one since I sighted it in. Be aware that it does take a bit of pumping to use the gun, definitely all of 100 pumps when you first get the gun and the tank is completely empty. Once you fill it up though, I takes about 2-3 pumps for every shot you take. I can easily get 20 shots before the gauge is on 1000psi. Like I said, a very good purchase for the money, especially if you buy the gun/ pump combo.
ProsCost, accuracy, features (comes with iron sights, built in pressure gauge), power, finish of stock, just about everything.
ConsNot much to dislike. It maybe considered "loud" depending on where you live. I don't think it is much louder than spring airguns I have shot. Don't think it is as loud as a .22 rifle. No really a complaint though.
By Ryan
Muscatine, IA
Great value
December 31, 2011
I wanted a quality air rifle to give to my son for his birthday. If you subtract the price of the pump, the Discovery is a very affordable. It is light weight, easy to shoot, and accurate right out of the box. I had to turn the verticle sight adjustment almost all the way in to zero at 20 yards. Later I added a nylon shim beneath the rear sight so I could back it out. I would have to put a scope on it to see how it groups. For now it is more accurate than I am with open sights. Made a nice head shot on a fox squirrel with it this morning. Plenty of power for small game. Fit and finish is excellent for the price. Great small game rifle for my son to grow into and shoot for many years.

I have since ordered a Marauder for myself. The pump is well built and will work for both rifles. Previously I bought a nitro-piston and was not happy with the accuracy. Airgun Depot was good to deal with and refunded the price. Thanks
ProsPackage includes everything needed to start shooting Light weight and accurate Twenty plus shots between fills Pump requires minimal effort
ConsA little loud for backyard shooting Plastic trigger just because it is plastic
By Stanley
Oracle, AZ
great first pcp
December 21, 2011
was thrilled to get a US made product. metal fit and finish met expectations. Trigger was better than I expected.
Prosaccuracy out of the box was very good and i expect it will improve with use. The pump worked well and you get about 30 shots with a 2000# fill.
Consthe stock came with some rough spots that should have been sanded before the finish was completed. this marred an otherwise great product.
By Steve
Banjanin Dicovery.
December 7, 2011
Mounted a UTG 3x9x40ao ts platform scope. Needs high mounts. Zero'd at twenty yards. Accurate right out of box. Crossman Premiers. Will shoot thru 1/2" plywood. I like a lot better than break barrels, (break in and hold sensitvity ). I wish I'd have bought this first. Using for pest control, practice, plinking, and fun.
ProsLight ,powerful, accurate, easy to use. It didn't take as many pumps as specified in manual. Pause for a second on both the up stroke and down stroke. Nice stock.
ConsA little loud. Could have been better blueing.
By Caleb c.
December 4, 2011
Just buy it, its an amazing gun and cant be described in a paragraph.
ProsLight weight, no recoil, accurate as ****
By Joe D.
Harvard, MA
Great Gun
November 22, 2011
The main reason I purchased the .22 Discovery was because it is one of the very few PCP air rifles
with sights on the barrel. The others force you to also purchase a scope. The second reason was that
it is bundled with the pump, so the cost of entry into the PCP style of shooting is less than buying a gun
and pump a-la-carte. It took 78 pumps to bring the Discovery up to 2K PSI out of the box. The effort
wasn't bad at all. The pump pressure gauge and gun pressure gauge agreed. I can get 20-25 shots keeping
the gauge in the green zone and another 5-9 shots into the yellow. Pretty good. After that, it takes
me 55 pumps to bring the gun back up to the maximum green zone at 2K PSI. I really like the fiber optic sights.
The green dot is small as compared to my Phantom 1000 springer, which makes the Discovery more accurate
at greater ranges, because it covers less of the target. As a side note, Ace Hardware sells a nice pen style
screwdriver with two blade nibs and one fits the Discovery site screws nicely and you can keep it in your shirt
pocket. This gun is loud, more like firing a .22 short, but it isn't that bad. This gun is very, very accurate.
I set up a Champion bullet trap at 20 yards and tried RWS Superpoints, RWS Superdomes and Crosman Premiers
(Brown Box). The Crosman Premiers were very good, with groups about 1"-1.25". The RWS Superpoints shot about
4" low and 2" to the right and had wider groups at around 2.5". The Discovery really liked the RWS Superdomes. Very
tight groups about the size of a quarter at 20 yards and the groups were all a single hole - no outliers. I also
liked the trigger pull - smooth and easy. I also bought a hard shell case. With this type of case, it is easy to
put the gun into the open case on the ground and refill the air with the gun in the open case instead of placing
the gun on the ground. I am 6'2", so the Discovery's stock is a tad short for me, but not bad. I may add a recoil pad
just for adding length. There is very little to no recoil with this gun. All in all - a very nice package indeed.
Benjamin - well done!!!
ProsVery accurate, easy to pump-up, sights on the barrel, powerful, no recoil.
ConsLittle loud, like a .22 short, but there are muzzle brakes available. Stock a little short - maybe add a recoil pad.
By Kenny
Benjamin Discovery .177
April 16, 2011
I love this Air Rifle. I seem to only get 20 shots per fill but that works for me. The sights are accurate but I added a red dot scope. Either way at 17 feet I'm hitting 1/4 inch groups with five shots. Faster using the scope. And yes you can use a speed loader on a bolt action rifle. Target practice Indoors ! I love it.
By cody
Benjamin discovery pcp
January 25, 2011
posting more info about this rifle after a few months of owning it...i still love this gun, and it still shoots under an inch at 50 yards consistantly, if i found better pellets, it would shoot even better. it works great on cotton tail rabbits, head shots are easy, and body shots are still very deadly if placed in the heart or lungs, no worries there. i have taken out several large ferral cats, that sneak into our chicken coop at shot and they are done. 70+ yard shots are easily achieved on starlings if there is low wind, i have made over 15 kills at that range with this gun, one shot. the gun is very light, even with the 3-9 scope, around 6 lbs. I live at 7,000 feet elevation, and up here it does take more pumps to fill it, around 60-70 once it is in the yellow, but still well worth it, and very fun. I have a friend that has an rws 48 in .177, and he keeps trying to get me to trade....i wont do it, i can out shoot him with this gun lol you wont find a better deal on a pcp.....this gun is simply amazing in the air rifle realm.
By cody
November 17, 2010
First off I would like to say that airgun depot is awesome to work with. I first ordered an rws 34p combo with 4x scope, and when I got it, accuracy was horrible. I thought it may be a break in period, but it never got better, only about 3-4 inch groups at 10 meters, so after 500 shots, I sent it back as defective and got a replacement. And to my disbelief, the second rifle was just as bad, and it just got worse. at 30 meters, I shot 30 shots and it was over 9 inches! I shot it with the scope and the iron sights, so it was the gun. I informed airgun depot, and they took it right back and refunded my money, and I was so pleased with their customer service, I decided to get a much better rifle from them. so, I ordered this rifle. I am very happy with it, right out of the box it shot around an inch at 50 yards with crossman premier, and after I added a second barrel band at the end of the barrel (as you can move the barrel with one finger if you dont do this) it slightly tightened the group, and now it will easily shoot 5 shot groups under 3/4 inch at 50 yards. I actually average about half inch groups. I have a 3-9 centerpoint scope on it. the trigger is not the best, a long squeeze and about 4-6 lbs, but is easily shootable, and it can be remidied with aftermarket parts or if you have some gunsmithing knowledge. It is a very hard shooting gun, after a 5 shot group at 50 yards in a cluster it goes completely through a rough cut 2x6, I have it sighted in at 50 yds, and have made shots on starlings out to 77 yards so far with use of the mil dots on the scope this is a very good rifle, and I highly recommend getting it from airgun depot
By Carl H.
Benjamin Discovery Dual Fuel .177
October 6, 2010
I am very pleased with the accuracy, finish, weight and ease of use. I have had other brand single pump spring air rifles that didn't seem to shot any where near the same place each time fired. The Benjamin lays them to shame.
By Daniel N.
review; discovery
October 3, 2010
This is a great buy. I also own the RWS350 .22 , & RWS mod 48 .177 which are excellant guns. However, I find myself turning more often to the discovery. I have been air rifling for 20 yrs. Its a great way to keep proficient for little money and without having to travel to a riflerange. The discovery is so easy to shoot. Absolutely No recoil. The spring loaded rifles have a back and forth recoil that while it doesn`t hurt your shoulder, it does hurt your aim once you get to 900 fps. It takes great concentration to be consistent with the spring loaders. Tell you what they also change the point of impact on any scope after a certain amout of shooting. Not so with discovery. If you just want to plink away, the discovery .22 is so consistent, you spend more time enjoying shooting, instead of constantly refining point of impact of your scope. The other major difference is it`s weight. So light and easy. I can consistantly hit the circle on a pepsi can at 75 paces, and I`m 6-foot- 5. The initial charge up requires a lot of pumping, but after that its just 15 to 20 pumps after 20 -30 shots. I like to keep it in the green. O2 tanks eliminate that even. If you enjoy air rifles htis is the right weapon for you.
By Eugene T.
Benjamin Discovery Dual Fuel Air Rifle .177 PCP- Pump Included
July 17, 2010
This Rifle is accurate and powerful it hits my metal swinging style targets so hard at 33 yards instead of them locking in the upright position they bounce back down and up a couple of times. I haven't even tried they iron sights yet I am using a Centerpoint 3-9+40 scope and mounts that is for a 22 rimfire seems to work fineand will place one shot after another right through the same hole.
By release
.22 pcp rifle
June 29, 2010
i love my new rifle!! i also purchased an mount to convert to weaver base and mounted a fixed power Leupold scope, this thing is a tack driver. I do wish the hose on the pump was longer so I wouldnt have to lay the rifle on the ground to refill. small detail, other than that its a great buy
By Aubrey
Benjamin Discovery
January 10, 2010
The discovery is a great air rifle. It looks awesome and is the perfect weight. And it is very comfortable to hold and shoot. But, it is very loud. Much to loud to shoot in the city. But you can order a muzzle brake for it from and it will be quieter than the Daisy Powerline 880. Over all it is the best the best gun to get you started is pcp.
By Todd
My Discovery
August 21, 2009
Just got my Benjamin Discovery and I would like to say Bravo Benjamin and a big thank you to Chris in returns at Air GunDepot for all you did to make things right. Wow what an awesome gun. First off this gun is wildly accurate. I shot at 20 yds first. 1st 5 shot group was ".331, 2nd 5 shot group was ".204. Then naturally feeling like I had just bought a match rifle instead of a $400.00 hunting rifle I shot a 10 shot group that measured ".265. Then out to 50 yds. After I shot a 5 shot group at 50 that measured ".589 I can assure you this rifle is for real. Shooting centerfire benchrest has taught me how to shoot but the gun has got to be able to shoot also. People this gun dose shoot. One thing however, this rifle certainly deserves at least a 4-12 scope.
I would like to have seen a rubber butt pad and installed swivle studs but so far I am thrilled with this gun.
Later this week I will try charging it up with CO2 and see how it does.
Great Gun, Great place to buy the gun, great people behind the place, They all deserve a 5 star rating!
By Satisfied C.
Excellent Rifle
July 17, 2009
I purchased this rifle several weeks ago and have yet to put it down. It's just too much fun to shoot. It's accuracy without any scope it great, however, I have it equipped with a UTG 6-24x50 full size AO scope for extremely long range target shooting and the accuracy is phenomenal. I', getting ~ 0.75" clusters at 75 yards.

The rifle is quick and easy to pump up, generally taking about 90 - 100 full pumps to reach the suggested 2,000 psi. I have found that this pressure will allow me to shoot at least 50 or so shots before I really start to lose power and need to recharge. There is little to no recoil when the rifle is fired which makes shooting for extended periods of time far more comfortable on the body than if I'm shooting one of my break barrel rifles. I also have an Airsoft sniper rifle but it doesn't even compare to the Benjamin Discovery in any category.

I would highly recommend this rifle to anyone who is serious about accuracy. I only use it for target shooting as I do not hunt at all but I am extremely pleased with how accurate this rifle is.
By Jon
January 14, 2009
Good, and you dont need to use 400$ of co2. Overall great.
By wayne
September 25, 2008
easy to pump. easy to shoot. I did not like the factory sights but a cheap Daisy scope does the job just fine. Nice and quiet for back yard pest control as well.
By Jay
Benjamin Discovery Dual Fuel Air Rifle
March 17, 2008
Lets start with getting the shipment double boxed and in great condition. The pump looked nice and heavy duty and the scope a 3-9 x 40 center point looks like a monster on this gun I like that look myself. It take 100 pumps to get the gun to 2000psi and I got 40 shots indoors in a real warm basement but 35 outside at 41degrees. So we all know what a Benjamin looks like it's not a $1000.00 fancy stock gun it's the gun in your collection that you will pick up and go for a day of shooting just for that reason. After doing a laser sight in of the scope @ 25 ' that is all I can do in my basement I took 2 shots of every pellet I own I was really surprised how well they all shot many in the same hole all of them all shot groups touching each other. I did get to move outside @ 35 yards that when I was able to see the difference in the pellets the wadcutters did the best @ 25 ' and 35 Yards the Crosman competition did the best and the RWS MEISTERKUGELN were exactly the same the RWS high point also and believe it or not the Daisy precision max did just as well. Pointed and round nose group as well If that is what you like to shot you just have to do a slight reset of the scope and I do mean slight I was Hitting dead center with the flats @ 35 yards and the rounds nose pellets were only 1/2" high but in a tight group all groups with all pellets were less then a nickel @ 35 yards. I have been shooting a .177 cal super tuned Beeman R1 for years doing 15 shots in the same hole the .22 cal Benjamin matched that without the recoil. My opinion about this gun is a 10 accurate and powerful. Oh I didn't say anything about power I don't have a chronograph but it disincarnates a pellet in the trap instead of just flatting them out like most others.Lighter and shorter then most Springer's so it make for a gun that you can carry for a long time if out hunting. I may have to put the Beeman on eBay I think this is going to be my favorite gun for awhile!
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Benjamin Discovery Pump Combo
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1000 fps
    Loudness 4-Medium-High
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    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 900 fps
    Loudness 4-Medium-High
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