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Benjamin Discovery Pump Combo

Available in .22, Dual Fuel (CO2 and HPA), PCP, and Benjamin Hand Pump Included
Sale $329.99
$529.99
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  • Reg Price $479.99
  • Code: BP9M22GP · $329.99 · .22 · 900 fps
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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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Specs
  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber.22
  • Velocity900 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight5.20
  • Overall Length39.00
  • Barrel Length24.25
  • Loudness4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismPCP & CO2
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill25
  • Trigger AdjustabilitySingle-stage
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty5-year limited warranty
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5.0
By jerryUSAJanuary 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.

Pros
Everything about it!

Cons
None

4.0
By ChengUSANovember 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.

Pros
Good looking little gun and shoot very nicely...thank you.

Cons
The gun is loud and seems to be leaking.

5.0
By JohnUSASeptember 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.

Pros
Price. 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.

Cons
A 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.

5.0
By Rajkul C.September 11, 2016

I like this benjamin discovery air rifle

Pros
Dear 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...

5.0
By Stephen RaabUSAJuly 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.

Pros
15-20 accurate shots per filled pump.

Cons
Absolutely none!!

5.0
By JessicaUSAJuly 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.

5.0
By Al J.May 11, 2016

Living in Ill.to 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.

Pros
Quality. 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.

Cons
None so far

5.0
By RobertApril 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

Pros
Light , accurate , kills varmints n'such, looks cool.

Cons
Only 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.

5.0
By bryanFebruary 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.

Pros
very 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.

Cons
I 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.

4.0
By BrandonUSAJanuary 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 (http://www.tedsholdover.com/benjamin-discovery-22). 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- http://www.tedsholdover.com/benjamin-discovery-22). 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!

Pros
1. 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!

Cons
1. 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.

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can't send to indonesia?

asked saidi

Hello, Thanks for contacting us. We can ship some items to your area, however some items are restricted from shipping. Please check with your local customs agency for inquires on requirements to purchase. You may order from our website, which will calculate shipping as well as inform you of any possible restriction issues. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Scott from USA

How many deliveri to indonesia

asked aan

Aan, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

everyone talks about the suppressors. Where do you buy them. I don't even want to take delivery of this gun without one.

asked Richard

Hi: I went online after reading reviews and found TKO ( www.tko22.com ) Just google TKO and you will find all kinds of information. Mine will be delivered today. I need to install it before I can do much shooting (neighbors) If you watch the videos on youtube, you will see it is a very easy process to install. Best regards GEB

gaylyn from USA

An outfit called TKO Airguns seems to get the most buzz for muzzle brakes on the Disco .22. It's a $50 part with pretty straight forward install except for the modification of the fill port cap.

Roy from USA

The TKO muzzle brake is a great and rather inexpensive purchase and a great job making this gun more backyard friendly.

Scott from USA

What kind of pump you need to use this rifle? Is it possible to adapt the commom pump that is used to bicycle tires?

asked Daniel from USA

When I purchased my Benjamin Discovery for $399.99, the 'high pressure' pump came in the same box, the Discovery operates on 2000 'high pressure' to pump up the gun it takes around one hundred pumps from the "bicycle type 'looking' pump", the first 30 to 40 pumps are pretty easy, as the air reservoir fills, the pump becomes harder and harder, trust me pard, using a regular bike tire pump would take 'tens of thousands' of pumps (if at all possible) to fill the air reservoir up to '2000 PSI', a bicycle pump on a bike tire will fill the tire to 34 PSI + or - within a dozen or two pumps and it doesn't get difficult at all, picture in your mind a huge 100 ton electro haul mining truck, one tire is over ten feet tall, how long would it take the average person to pump up 'one' tire using a bicycle tire pump, hundreds of thousands of pumps and several weeks working round the clock, 'maybe', same scenario, trust me, if Benjamin could have filled their Discovery Rifle with a low pressure bike tire pump, they would have sent one with the gun, just sayin! Because I have a terrible back, it's a workout for me at 55 years old to pump up the gun with the 'high pressure' pump provided, I went down to my local scuba shop and purchased an 80 cubic 'foot' scuba tank for $200.00 USD, I purchased a filling station with a 24" high pressure hose that attaches to the gun for around $80.00, the dive shop will fill my scuba tank to 3500 PSI (I get free air and yearly inspections for life) I can refill the gun in about '1' second to 2000 PSI and can refill the gun around 60 times with one fill up from the scuba tank, AirGun Depot can sell you a carbon fiber 90 cubic 'inch' tank for $299.00 which will fill your gun around a dozen times. I've tried to use as much detail describing what I've done with my PCP (pre charged pneumatic) Benjamin Discovery .22 Cal pellet rifle. I wish you well, good luck.

Wayne from USA

You need a specialized 3-4 stage pump to fill this rifle. It has a maximum fill of 2000psi, usually shoot it from 2000psi down too 1000psi. A bicycle pump will only go up too 100-120psi so not even close to enough pressure needed to fill this rifle. Hope that helps.

Mark E Breidenbaugh

I can't see anyway to possibly adapt a common bike pump. The pressures are too high. We're talking 2,000 psi here. The supplied pump moves much less volume per stroke, but at much higher compression. I haven't tried using CO2 yet.

Roy from USA

No the gun requires 2000 PSI , bicycle not able to put out that kind of pressure

Greg from USA

where can I buy one refurbished?

asked bradford from USA

1. Type the product you want in the search bar, for example "discovery" 2. On the left pane, choose air gun type - air rifle to narrow down your search 3. Choose the product you're interested in 4. Most of the time, refurbished products are "out of stock" due to its low price. You would want to sign up on the email notification on the right side of window. I got my CP99 Compact after receiving notification by email at $39.99 which is much cheaper than regular price $69.99.

Kevin from USA

What and how much does it cost to adapt this to scuba tank re-fillable. Thanks. Mike

asked Mike

You can find them for about $100 and up.

Casey from USA

How are some other ways I could refill this gun? Can I use a air compressor?

asked Daniel from USA

Yes u can use an air compressor as long as it produces 3500psi or more. Just make sure u have the right hose and foster release and a psi regulator wouldn't hurt either.

justin

How accurate is the 900FPS claim? With what pellet weight?

asked Randol from USA

My .22 Disco really likes 14.3g Benjamin hollow point pellets. I am seeing around 815 FPS for around 22 FPE and I get nickel sized groups at 33 yards.

Joe from USA

Like all air guns, the velocity will vary with pellet weight. Heavy pellets will shoot slower, but have more kinetic energy; lighter pellets will shoot faster but with less EK. This is counter intuitive but due to more efficient use of energy. Spring guns are opposite.

Bill

this air gun is very accurate with almost any kind of pellet but most accurate with crosman 14.3 at 50 yards under hitting at a quarter it never miss under 50 yards....

chiazong from USA

How accurate is the 900 FPS claim? With what weight pellet?

asked Randol from USA

Apakah bisa dilakukan pengiriman ke Indonesia?

asked arif koerniawan

Arif, Silahkan hubungi Pengiriman Department International kami di [email protected] Mereka dapat menjawab setiap pertanyaan yang Anda miliki. Hormat kami, The Airgun Depot Tim Customer Care

Scott from USA

Hello the video stated with pump at $379.00?

asked Rick

Rick, We apologize for any miss-communication. We are aware that the video has an incorrect price. We are working to fix that error. The current price on the website is the correct price for this particular item. We are sorry for any inconvenience this might have caused. Sincerely, Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

voces enviam para o brasil sem problemas,ou seja a entrega é garantida?

asked reinaldo

Reinaldo, Entre em contato com o nosso Departamento de Transporte Internacional em [email protected] Eles podem responder a quaisquer perguntas que você possa ter. Atenciosamente, O Airgun Depot de Atendimento ao Cliente

Scott from USA

I would like to mount Peeps sights to simulate Biathlon. Do you know a source?

asked terry

free shipping for france ?

asked florent

Florent, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

can you pressurize this rifle with a 135 psi shop air compressor?

asked bob

Be careful with shop air, since many shop air systems mix-in some oil, and you do not want any petroleum based oil near any seals, since it will eat them away. I do agree with the other folks - that hand pump is just fine. Out of the box, it took be something like 80 pumps to come up to 2K psi. I then get 20-25 shots with 14.3g .22 Benjamin HPs keeping the pressure gauge in the green zone. Then it takes me something like 50 pumps to get the gun back up to 2K psi. Don't pump too fast - the bottom of the pump can get hot - just take your time, and it's not bad at all.

Joe from USA

You probably could, however I don't know why you would want to. There would be little to no advantage in starting at this point as it would only be a few strokes of the hand pump. Remember we want to charge the rifle to 2000 PSI so to start at 135 would be of little use. You would also be running the risk of contamination as well from such a compressor as well seeing as they often have high levels of water and oil.

Mark

No. It requires 2000 psi. The provided hand pump works fine though.

Joe White

No you cannot, this gun operates at 2000 psi

Jared from USA

Yes, but you would need an add-on booster like the shoebox compressor (shoeboxcompressor.com). But frankly the manual pump is not so bad. It takes as much effort as a typical bicycle pump.

Leng from USA

Sorry, but no you cannot. You need either a high pressure hand pump (cheapest), or use a scuba tank (expensive) which will have to be filled by a shop. My advice is to hand pump and enjoy the exercise and shooting a PCP on the cheap.

Troy from USA

Does this unit require a pump /co2?

asked Luis De Leon

Luis De Leon, This particular rifle is PCP and requires either a hand pump or scuba tank to fill it with compressed air. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

I wanted to purchase this product. therefore, kindly mail the details plese.

asked jainy badu

Jainy Badu, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

What kind of scope does this gun need?

asked maria flores

The beauty of the Discovery is that it is one of the few PCP rifles with open sights on the barrel. You do not need a scope. However, I put a Centerpoint 3-9x50 onto my .22 Discovery. I get nickel sized groups at 33 yards using Benjamin .22 14.3g HPs and at the 9x setting at 20-25 yards a squirrel fills the view, so I can easily select where I place the shot. However, the 50mm objective lens just barely fits with high mounts. I had to remove the sight nearest to the breech. If you want to keep the barrel sight on, I suggest not going over 40mm.

Joe from USA

I am in the HVAC business and have a tank of hi pressure nitrogen available at all time. Can I use it to fill this gun ?

asked Scott

I am from Indonesia, if anyone ever bought from the indonesian air rifle from you? and how is the process? whether smoothly and cost rouhgly for benjamin discovery air rifle should i pay for the whole thing? thank you

asked azmi

Azmi, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They will be able to answer all of your questions. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

for delivery in Brazil, São Paulo. which the freight?

asked valter roberto augusto

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden. Shipping price always changes, but you should be able to see the final price before you complete your purchase.

Scott from USA

how to purchase this one in india

asked chandra

Go to that webpage, where the item you want is. Click on "Add to Cart." (There will be a pop up with other items if you want those) Then click "proceed to checkout" if that is everything you want. When your checking out at the sight and there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden. Shipping costs will be presented before you finalize your purchase.

Scott from USA

Do you deliver a Benjamin Discovery Dual Fuel Air Rifle .22 fom Argentina (Soud America). How much cost the total expenditure. Thank you very much. Dr. Hernán Velez

asked HERNÁN VELEZ

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden. Shipping price always changes, but you should be able to see the final price before you complete your purchase.

Scott from USA

Is the trigger crappy?

asked gary from USA

Do you ship to Portugal? I'm really interested if it's possible. Thanks.

asked Nuno Freitas

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden. Shipping price always changes, but you should be able to see the final price before you complete your purchase.

Scott from USA

Which high scope mounts will fit this rifle?

asked Jennifer from USA

How many rounds in this .177 pcp ?

asked Agnel from USA

Agnel, The Benjamin Discovery Dual Fuel Air Rifle .177 PCP is a single shot rifle. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Sincerely, Airgun Depot Customer Care

Steve from USA

What is the weight of the rifle?

asked Don from

The weight of the whole package is 18 pounds. The weight of the gun is around 10 pounds.

Scott from USA

The trigger assembly on this rifle; is it made of plastic or metal ?

asked Rick

Can the .22 cal take down a coyote? If so, at what range?

asked kyle

Crosman does have a suggested game chart. They say "no" for the .22 Discovery but 20 yards for the .22 M-Rod. Now the .22 Discovery does shoot with about the same 22fpe power of the .22 M-Rod. Most folks use the .25 M-Rod or equiv. on coyotes, since it is at the 40fpe range, at 30-40 yards. Here is a link to the Crosman capabilities chart showing various guns, calibers, pellet weights and game types with ranges. http://www.crosman.com/mediacenter2012/Guides/Crosman_Airgun_and_Pellet_Capabilities_Chart.pdf

Joe from USA

Bonjour, is it possible to buy on from France and be deliver of course. and if yes wath is the additional cost. regards Marc

asked reichert

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

how can i transfer the amount,pls do let me know the way.how many days it will take to reach india?do we have to pay duty on this.

asked rajawat singh

Go to that webpage, where the item you want is. Click on "Add to Cart." (There will be a pop up with other items if you want those) Then click "proceed to checkout" if that is everything you want. When your checking out at the sight and there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

hi,i purchase this air rifle two day's before .but i miss my PROTECTIVE CAP for fill NIPPLE, Can u, send me, this cap , for my place.

asked Rawal Siddharth

Please email guest service with your order number. I can not find your order with this email that you are using. You can email them at: [email protected]

Scott from USA

try to check out you say free ship now you want me to pay shipping what's up

asked linda from USA

If your order is $199 or over you qualify for free shipping. When checking out, there will be a pop up at the top of your screen that asks you if you would like free shipping. You have to select yes on that in order for it to go onto your bill.

Scott from USA

Could the pump work with any pcp air rifle?

asked Anonymous

The pump can also be used on the 3K PSI Maurauder. As for other 2K to 3K PSI guns, it depends on what they have for air fittings.

Joe from USA

Is it normal if the discovery lost some air pressure after a few days whit out use? (2 days 50% from 1000 psi to 500 psi)

asked Mario A from USA

No that is defective. Please fill out our RMA form. http://www.airgundepot.com/rma-form.html

Scott from USA

How do I get the air out of the gun without it shooting?

asked Mario A from USA

The manual also says you can dry fire (no pellet) it to remove the air pressure. You should leave some air pressure in it because it is good to keep some pressure against the seals. I store mine at a full 2K PSI charge and had no problems. If you want to ship it somewhere, then yes, remove most of the pressure. I have the degassing tool, but I have not used it yet.

Joe from USA

Well with any gun you want to make sure the mag is out of the gun and there are no pellets in the barrel. There is a tool that guns with your PCP rifle that screws into the back on the rifle and once its tight enough the air pressure will be release. It will be loud.

Scott from USA

How loud is this air gun?

asked camille from USA

Averages 102 db's.

Jeffrey from USA

It gun is fairly loud when fully charged, about the same as a Crosman 760 fully pumped.

Conor from USA

How do i can buy, if i am in indonesian

asked john fung

Hello John Fung, We are unable to ship to Indonesia at this time. Sorry for the inconvenience. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

How loud is this rifle?

asked camille from USA

On the usual air gun loudness scale of 1 to 4, I would give the .22 Disco a 4 plus. It's almost like firing a .22 rimfire short for loudness. Now, if you are going to add-on a scope, also consider putting on a TKO22 muzzle brake. You remove the end barrel sight and put-on the muzzle brake and the loudness drops from a 4 plus to a 2, much like a Maurauder.

Joe from USA

hi, I am from Thailand,can you shipping to my country?

asked yang

Yang, We are able to ship to Thailand, however, there are some restrictions that can be found on our website for international customers. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

How loud is this pellet gun? And can I use it to hunt cottontails and jackrabbits?

asked camille from USA

Yes, it'll take rabbits up to 35-40 yds headshot.

Conor from USA

I'm thinking of buying this gun but not sure if I should get it in .177 or .22, I mainly hunt for pigeons and on occasion a couple of pest birds. What caliber do you think would be best for hunting pigeons?

asked michael from USA

.177 will be best for longer range pigeons, but for barn shooting, .22 will work better.

Conor from USA

What kind of velocity does one get with CO2?

asked Anthony Denton

Can the Discovery be made to shoot reasonably quiet; e.g. by operating at low pressure, or with heavier pellets, or some other means? Noise is a problem in my setting and I need to shoot pests up to squirrel size at around 25 yards.

asked Phil

Unfortunately, there isn't anything i know that can be done about the noise level of PCP guns. If such a think is possible, we do not do it here. Sorry.

Scott from USA

Does this come with a telescope mounted ?

asked Vikram

The scope does not come mounted on this rifle. you will have to mount and adjust it yourself. It can easily be done by a beginner with about 25 shots.

Scott from USA

please which is the total weight of it?

asked Renzzo Pesantez Flores

The total weight of the gun is recorded at 5 lbs 2 ounces.

Scott from USA

Why do some reviews complain about the loud noise , like a 22 rifle ? While others say it is very quite . Thanks Lloyd K

asked Lloyd Knight

The type of pellets contribute to the noise as heavier pellets will be quieter.

Steve from USA

what pellets do you think are the best for this rifle? and how accurate is it?

asked Mike

Try the JSB's, H&N's and Polymags.

Carter from USA

I'd think that the Polymags are the most accurate, but it depends on the gun.

Conor

I have fond that for .22 cal JSB Exact 18.1 grain pellets are very accurate up to 50+ yards max, the second choice is Crosman Premier 14.3 grains, these works very good for up to 20 yards. I recommend to watch video on youtube from "lasourisaboyante" on .22 acccuracy @ 50 yards.

Maksim from USA

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. It would also be worth trying other rounded nose or rounded hollow points like the Benjamins as well.

Joe from USA

what type of rail system do i need on this gun for a scope

asked camille from USA

3/8" or 11mm dovetail mounts will work on this gun.

Conor

I'am using high profile Two Piece rings (11mm dovetail). That gives me more room for the fingers to insert the pellet. Also high profile rings give some space between scope objective and barrel, which is good if you will find that you run out off clicks for scope elevation, and will need to put a shim under rear ring to solve this problem. For PCP there is no need to use a rail system because there is no recoil at all. My rings have never moved or came loose. With my setup I'am able to put pellets to the same hole at 20 yards. Hope this will help

Max

You will need 3/8" dovetail mounts (also referred to as 11mm). I would recommend a two-piece mount to maintain clearance for feeding pellets.

Ryan from USA

The Benjamin Discovery uses a 11mm Dovetail mount. When you buy the mount, be sure to buy a two piece mount and make sure it's a high mount, because you will need the room to load the gun via the bolt underneath the scope.

Joe from USA

can i use this pump Discovery on MARAUDER

asked hanh pham

Yes.

Scott from USA

is this air rifle suitable for medium to large pests.

asked Paddy

Yes, it'll take most anything.....except a coyote(unless he's close).

Carter from USA

No, small to medium for this gun.

Conor

yes

john

The add states that it can be pumped up or from a scuba tank. Are the fittings included with the package to fill from a scuba tank? Is this for a standard scuba tank or one with a din fitting?

asked Joe

This comes only with the pump, you'll have to buy fittings and adapters for attaching a scuba tank.

Carter from USA

I just noticed the Q&A section on the web site. No - the package comes with the pump. Go to the Crosman web site and you can download a PCP guide that shows all of their PCP guns and the various fittings for the different types of air and CO2 fills. The scuba tank requires an additional fitting. Regards, Joe Dz.

Joe from USA

should i get the Benjamin discovery in .22 or the .177

asked Corey from USA

.22 all the way!

Carter from USA

Go for the .22, more power and better knocking down power.

Conor

If you will get a .22 you will be able to hunt and practice on targets.

Max

you should get .22,will not be disapponted

roy from USA

It really depends on what you plan to use the gun for. If you plan to hunt larger pests with it (racoons, jack rabbits, etc) I would get the .22 as it has much more knock down power. If you plan to mostly target shoot with it then .177 cal would be my choice. The .22 cal version is by far the more popular caliber for this gun.

Scott from USA
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