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Benjamin Fortitude

Available in .177, Regulated PCP Air Rifle
Only $329.99
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  • Code: AGD-45698918 · $329.99 · .177 · 950 fps
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Bringing together the best features of the Benjamin line, the Fortitude is sure to usher in a new generation of PCP shooters. Fueled by a regulated 3,000 PSI cylinder, the Benjamin Fortitude is built for long consistent shot strings. Taking advantage of the newest innovations from Benjamin, the Fortitude provides shooters with up to 90 shots at 950 fps (in .177) and in 800 fps in .22. Simply fill your 10-round magazine, load up your cylinder and send rounds downrange in a hurry. Superior rifling and a clean breaking single-stage trigger help to keep your shots satisfyingly accurate. Each Fortitude is set into a synthetic stock that keeps the rifle at a lightweight 5.3 lbs (un-scoped) and ready for all-weather conditions. An 11mm Dovetail rail lets you mount your choice of optics and a fully-shrouded barrel keeps your shots backyard friendly. If you have wanted to enter the world of PCP airguns, the Fortitude gives everyone a chance with a premium regulated cylinder, stunning accuracy, and consistent repeating shots.

Benjamin Fortitude  PCP Air Rifle

  • Precharged Pneumatic
  • Bolt-Action
  • 10 round rotary magazine
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • Regulated 3000 PSI cylinder
  • On board pressure gauge
  • 11mm Dovetail mount
  • Fully Regulated
  • Single-Stage trigger
  • Fully-shrouded barrel
  • Male Quick Disconnect fill fitting
  • Includes sling mounts
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  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 950 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 5.30
  • Overall Length 42.60
  • Barrel Length 23.31
  • Loudness 2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 10
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Trigger Adjustability Single-stage
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 5-year limited warranty
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By RandalUSAOctober 23, 2022

This isn't the most expensive gun, but at 300 and some change, you should expect some kind of performance it's kind of a rip-off

It's accurate, build-in suppressor is nice and worked well for the first few months or so ...but then

Sudden loss of power & inconsistent power? I used mine for killing pests this thing can't kill squirrels 10 yards they just run away even when the gun is fully charged

By BillApril 14, 2022

Best money I ever spent - small game hunting isn't even a challenge anymore - I don't miss !. This gun is so accurate, you only need one shot.

Pros : Super accurate, 10-rd mag, accurate. Did I mention this gun is accurate?


By JeffMarch 28, 2022

Good price, light, accurate, but less than 50 rounds won’t cut it

It’s a tack driver. Sighted in at20 yards and was putting pellets in the same hole in three shots using a lead sled

Leaks like a sieve 3000 psi leaks down is less than an hour. Sent it back. Don’t know if I will ever see it again

By ScottUSANovember 29, 2020

I exchanged a Gamo Fusion that wouldn't shoot a four inch group at 15 yards. The Benjamin Fortitude is a tack driver! Dime size groups again and again and again. Extremely light, quiet, and no recoil. I paired it with a Mantis 3-9X40AO.

Love it!

By TonyUSAMay 21, 2020

The barrel seems a bitt loose thought I know it should be a free floating it but it makes Clunking noise like it’s loose

Light, bolt action, easy to fill, overall very accurate and extremely quiet!

The stock is a bit ugly, feels a little long

By PumFebruary 14, 2020


By PeteNovember 29, 2019

The original rifle I ordered would not hold air pressure and it was returned for a replacement. The replacement PCP seems to be holding are just fine. I sighted the rifle in at 10 yards with an inexpensive scope and I'm thrilled at its accuracy. This is my first PCP and I would highly recommend this rifle to anyone getting into their first PCP. I use a hand pump to pressurized the rifle, and although it does take some effort, it is very doable. Without making any adjustments, I got about 70 shots before the pressure went down to about a thousand PSI. The reason for four stars is the finish on the metal parts. The bluing on the barrel on both rifles is very blotchy. Other than that, this is a great rifle.

By PeterUSANovember 24, 2019

This is my first PCP, 22 cal., and I love it! The rifle is accurate, quiet and since it's regulated, you get a lot of shots on one 3,00 PSI fill. I used a hand pump, filled to the maximum 3,000 PSI and got 80 shots with 1,000 PSI still on the integrated pressure gauge. It also doesn't appear to be particular as to the pellets you use. I mounted a $39 CVlife scope and using Crossman Premier Domed Ultra Magnum 14.3gr pellets, shot 1/4 inch or smaller groups at 10 meters. The reason for the 4 stars is due to the poor bluing, very blotchy. Also make sure your rifle will maintain air pressure. The first one I received would lose over 500 PSI within a couple of hours. I returned that rifle and the replacement maintains air pressure just fine.

Powerful, quiet, accurate, light weight, nice trigger

Poor finish on barrel, Plastic stock seems cheap

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Can't find an owner's manual anywhere. Is there one available?

asked Scott from USA

Can additional mags be purchased?

asked David from USA

Does this rifle come with a scope?

asked hunter from USA

Can I use my AirBow cylinder to fill the Fortitude?

asked Victor from USA

Will the Fortitude 22 use a single shot tray?

asked Michael from USA


Mark from USA

I have a new Benjamin Fortitude2 and I would like to purchase a couple of spare magazines, do you have these ?

asked robert from USA

The Marauder magazine fits the Fortitude. RC2210 $15.99 in 22 cal.

Mark from USA

this gun is a gen 2

asked alejandro from USA


Mark from USA

I'm thinking about buying one of these guns (Benj Maximus Hunter) and my question is: What kinda valve stem does it have? Will a regular bicycle pump work here or do we have to buy the pump advertised (as part of the 'kit')?

asked Christopher from USA

The hand pumps for airguns pump up to 4500 PSI. Regular handpumps go to 150 PSI . You need a high pressure pump. PCP airguns all take from 2000-3600 PSI. The Fortitude takes 3000 PSI.

Mark from USA

Will a Marauder mag fit in the fortitude?

asked Daniel from USA


Richard from USA

what pressure is the regulator set at

asked Fake Jack from USA

It is regulated? [email protected]

asked pedro gomez


jorge a from Mexico

In what country is it made?

asked pedro gomez

What is the trigger like, is it a heavy pull or have any stiffness to it if so can you adjust it

asked Brody from USA

Is there a single shot tray for this gun. I've had nothing but bad luck with my guns and the magazines that came with them. One gun had 2 mags and both failed after the first use. Thankfully there was a tray otherwise there would have not been any shooting that day. Another gun the pellets don't feed into the barrel very well from the tray. I have to tap the pellet with the bolt until it lines up so I can push it in the barrel. Forget that with a magazine.

asked Dean from USA

What is the guns country of origin/manufacture?

asked Ed

I have B Marauder that shoots fine but I have arthritis in my hands and want a lighter more maneuverable squirrel gun. Own compressor so no problem filling pcp. Does it use same 22cal mags. Also I assume the scope fits both but I probably will get a smaller one to save weight. Would this rifle be easier for me to shoot.

asked Robert Harding

How many pumps does it take to fill the fortitude?

asked Randy Vincent

Can you fill this done up with an air compressor with a tire fitting ?

asked ron from USA

Can you ship Benjamin fortitude .22 in New Delhi, INDIA


how long did you keep it for?

asked Lorraine from USA

Decisions,Decisions! Help ,friendly people of the pcp genre. I have a Benjamin Marauder, (.22 cal.) , but want something in .177 cal. to be able to shoot the spinners with my grandsons.Must be a pcp repeater & not a single shot. Also something not so bulky as my Marauder. I am looking hard at the Benjamin Fortitude & also the Diana Stormrider & possibly the Benjamin Maximus, yeah I know it's a single shot, so it really doesn't qualify for what I want to do. I may buy it anyway & use it in other ways. If you have any opinions about the rifles I am thinking of I sure would like to hear them. I do have a scuba tank for filling pcp's. At seventy nine yrs.old I kinda frown on using hand pumps.Haven't found the Fortitude in stock anywhere yet, but I will wait until Prymayd Air gets then in if I go that route.Gotta get off this fence I'm on, been there too long. I just need your help. Open for all suggestions, including other rifles.Have younger friend I shoot with, mostly center fired rifles & he's very competive, as I am also. Will be setting up range for pellet rifles & pistols. Spinners, dueling trees , filled water bottles , clay pigeons, silloettes, paper targets & games, etc. You get the drift. I' m excited about doing this. Best Regards to you all & have fun shooting. Jericho in Oklahoma.

asked Jerry from USA

What is cost of good scope and pump for this? Couple hundred dollars might as well get a magrader combo but still need a pump.

asked Bob from USA

Regarding the 'Benjamin Fortitude' for using the 'Hill Pump mk4':- In addition to a 'Male Quick Disconnect fill fitting', do I need to get an 'Air Venturi Foster Female Quick-Disconnect'?

asked Kelevizo from India

Can you use a hand pump on this gun?

asked Jim

Does this rifle ship with a degas tool? Forgot to ask when I ordered. Thanks

asked Rick

Is the regulator in this rifle made by Crosman?

asked Wes from USA

What is this fully regulated mean, what is different from the last group same Maur. series of the same frame and system?

asked Blane Wilson

can i use co2 cartridges in this gun

asked jim

Does the Fortitude use the Marauder barrel and shroud ?

asked Wes from USA

Is this pcp's action ambidextrous, as with the Marauders? Thank you.

asked Bryan Scott from USA

Does this rifle use the same barrel shroud as the Marauder?

asked Wes from USA
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