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Benjamin Wildfire

Fires 12 shots as fast as you can pull the trigger
  • Code: AGD-43048306 · .177 · 800 fps
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Crosman has taken the proven design of its popular 1077 CO2 repeater and added a little heat to give us the Wildfire. The Wildfire is a PCP version of the 1077 repeater that is a great entry level option for those wanting to dip their toe into the PCP world for a price that won't leave you to survive off Ramen noodles for a month. This inexpensive PCP is a great way for seasoned shooters who are new to airguns to get into the sport, or experienced airgunners to share the love of airgunning with other shooters. The Benjamin Wildfire features a maximum fill pressure of just 2000 psi, which makes it a perfect option for those wanting to use a hand pump rather than fill tanks. With the 2000 psi fill tank topped off you can expect around 60 full power shots at around 800 fps.That makes the WIldfire a great option for backyard plinking or dealing with garden pests. The Wildfire PCP air rifle uses the same quick firing rotary magazine system as the 1077 so you can pack a few extras in your pocket for quick reloads. The 1077 also has a 11mm dovetail rail for mounting optics, but if open sights are more your style the Wildfire comes equipped with fiber optic front sights and fully adjustable rear sights for an easy to see sight picture. The lightweight synthetic stock is both durable and comfortable in the hand and makes for a very quick shooting package. Benjamin Wildfire Features Diagram Benjamin Wildfire PCP Air Rifle
  • Precharged-pneumatic
  • Semi-automatic
  • 2,000 psi
  • Up to 60 shots per fill
  • 12 round magazine
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • Single Stage trigger
  • 11mm Dovetail for Optics
  • All-weather synthetic stock
  • Built-in pressure gauge
  • Fully adjustable rear sight
  • Fiber optic front sight
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  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 800 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Semiautomatic
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 3.69
  • Overall Length 36.88
  • Barrel Length 20.39
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 12
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable
  • Shots per Fill 60
  • Trigger Adjustability Single-stage
  • Trigger Action Double-Action
  • Use Plinking & target practice
  • Warranty 5-year limited warranty
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By Ben TaakenAugust 29, 2020

Leaks like a sieve. It won't hold pressure for even 24 hours. Very disappointing. I'd recommend spend a little more on something better or stick with non-semi repeaters in this price range that manage to hold air.

Pros: It's a cheap semi-auto.

Cons: It's cheap. It won't hold air.

By MunchUSAJanuary 26, 2020

If it didn't leak, it would be a great rifle for the price. The only other fault other than leaking is the heavy trigger, but that has to be expected for the price and the fact that it has to turn the clip in the magazine for the next shot. I have had this for about 4 months, and shot about 500 pellets through it. It leaked slightly at first, but has gotten worse.

Very good price. Fun for plinking. Accurate.

Leaks air. Heavy trigger.

By hopefullyDecember 7, 2019

here is a great idea how about inventing a battery operated pcp air rifle that runs on batteries that automatically refill after its psi goes down our you switch on a button to turn on the battery runned pump to refill our a battery runned external pump any one would work and that would out perform manual hand pump and that is the truth someone going to get rich here free of charge manual hand pump is for the past not future

ill never buy one again on less a battery operated pump comes out our a battery operated pcp rifle it self it is just a matter of time iam sure they will be made eventually i won't buy another in till then iam sticking with my co2 guns even my pneumatic pump air rifle is more pleasant to deal with it's not as demanding as a pcp rifle to fill the psi back up so there advantage's and disadvantage's to both type of air gun even a break barrel air gun has advantage over a pneumatic pump but contain vibration issues that i find unpleasant sometimes the barrel can go crookedly so i don't usally recommend them they are stronger but have their problem's also but it's always up to the shooter to determine what is best for them and always safety first and always look first beyond your shooting target to be optimize your safety potential because a pellet our bb will travel further than your target so always keep that in mind .

By Jeff C.October 22, 2019

trigger valve started leaking and not holding air after only 8 fill cycles, When the rifle was working 1/4" groups with scope at 30 feet.

By JohnUSANovember 14, 2018

If you like your 1022 you will love this gun. It gives more power and a flatter shot curve than the 1022, especially in cooler weather, since it doesn't use CO2. Very easy to fill with a hand pump and can be modded out just like a 1022. Don't mistake this for a high end PCP. It is definitely a low end PCP with the unique qualities of having a drop out box magazine and a so-called semi-automatic action that is ,in fact, more like a double action pistol, but great for action shooting. Most all other PCPs are single shot or bolt action, regardless of their price point and, therefore not suited for fast action type shooting.

By DavidUSAOctober 30, 2018

The first Wildfire would hold air for a while but would randomly blast out all the air and would not fill until completely empty. I returned it and received a second one that had obviously been serviced. It works great with lots of power and no leaks. It is lots of fun to shoot and easy to fill with a hand pump. I own a chronograph and it averages 690fps with Daisy cheapo pellets.

Semi auto, not picky about pellets. Easy to fill.

Long trigger pull but it's normal for this gun. First gun had issues.

By JamesUSASeptember 2, 2018

Perfect for the little shooter. Fun plinker. Trigger is 9 lbs or so. I put a cheap Gamo scope on it ,and it surprised me. I hit my brass swingers 8 of 10 times@ 32 yrds. Super fun plinker with alloy pellets. 5 grains zing's along sweetly. 2 mags per fill, more and performance drops off quick. Lighter pellets for this gun. Ralphie would so like this one.

No break to eat little fingers. Lightweight. Accurate to 30 yrds. Youth size PCP, brilliant! Crosman.

All plastic. Keep this in mind.

By JasonUSAMay 25, 2018

Shipping was very quick, gun is great


By ARTHURUSADecember 25, 2017

It broke after 2 shots


By JamesUSADecember 20, 2017

Great starter pcp rifle.I don't think there is a cheaper PCP rifle out there.Great way to start on the dark side.Easy to pump with a manual pump.Has plenty of power for a back yard rifle.

Light weight, price, loads, from a magazine,has good power


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Since this does not have a picatinny rail and I do not want to put on an adapter can someone recommend a goof scope that does not break the bank. This is going to be a young teens gun for small pest hunting and backyard contests.

asked Ted from USA

I am from India. How can i get this gun in India in minimum delivery period .how much it will cost indian currency

asked Kaptik from USA

I’m looking at getting rid of some rabbits that are eating up my garden. Total wouldn’t be more than 50 yards out on any of them. Is this enough for a consistent kill shot or would it be better to step up to something with a bit more FPS and .22? Thanks in advance!

asked Jacob

how accurate is the air gun at 25 years. Want to us it to teach my grandchildren to shoot as well as respect firearms

asked Bill

Can this rifle be filled with a 4500 psi compressor?

asked Bobby

Does it come with a refill pump?

asked Eddie

How many pump strokes to fill?

asked Kevin from USA

So I was watching Demolition Ranch And was wandering if this Shoots arrows.

asked Caleb Hillary

Can I use my car pump that used to pump up my tire

asked Vernon

Already any delevary to India

asked Sivakumar

How well does it take out birds and squirrels?

asked Jerry

i have a air tank that was used for paint ball guns , will it work on the wild fire or do i need a different adapter . respond please to jamesmstephenssr@g thanks

asked james stephens

Could i humanely kill squirrels with a head shot 30 yards with this gun ? BTW i will be getting a 6-24×50 rifle scope for this rifle.

asked airgun hunter

Can you charge this with C O 2 like a paintball gun?

asked Kenneth D Clark

are there available front barrel bands that can be added to this rifle?

asked ANTHONY from USA

How long does it take to pump up to 2000 psi with a hand pump? What would be a good hand pump for doing that?

asked Jeff B

looking for info on whether this gun would have enough power to cleanly dispatch squirrel and other small backyard pests.

asked steven

owned a 1077 co2.does this one have the same first 2 shot jamming issue as the co2 model?

asked gary from USA

Is pump included ?

asked William Lee

Once the initial charge is gone, how do you recharge it. Can you use a compressor, or hand pump, or what. Also how many magazines does it come with? If only one(1) can you order additional ones?

asked Samuel from USA

Why let people review a gun that is not out yet?

asked James

Would I be able to take Squirrels close range with this weapon?

asked Steven

I have one of these rifles on order, I have yet to know how to recharge it. I did not see any reference to an air pump recharge system, nor the mention of using a compressor to recharge. I really would hate to receive it and not be able to enjoy it due to unexpected situations. I inquired prior and still did not receive any information or literature on this model. If you have anything that will answer my questions, please feel free to submit. Thanks!

asked Samuel from USA

Are other calibers offered, or is it just the .177?

asked Jim from USA

What is the least expensive option for putting air into this PCP?

asked Davo

What will I need to fill the tank? Or, more specifically, what is my cheapest option to fill the tank?

asked David from USA

can you use air compressor

asked Joseph from USA

What type of pump do I need?

asked Richie

does it harm these pcp rifles to leave them charge with air when not using them?.

asked ken

How do you recharge once the pressure starts to drop. What type of apparatus is needed, or utilized to attach to the rifle? Does any such equipment come with the rifle when purchased, or is there an additional cost?

asked Samuel from USA

When the present charge has been depleted how will it be recharged.

asked Samuel from USA

Is there are .22 version of this item? I would like to have it...let me know if there's .22 model.

asked Lee R. from Palau

what hand pump works on this rifle

asked Manuel from USA

Does it come with a pump? Is that extra? How much is it, if its not included?

asked Glenn from USA

How long can you leave it charged? Will it leak or blow its seals, and is it recommended to leave charged for days?

asked Glenn from USA

does the wildfire come 22cal or can it be made shoot 22.l?

asked lewis duty

Does it use the same everything as the 1077?

asked Gary from USA

avalibilaty and price of magazines ?

asked raymond haney

Is the stock hollow or solid?

asked Alford from USA

[email protected] How to load? Pump?

asked Max Diaz

Is that 800 fps with a pba or a lead pellet? If it's a lead pellet, what is the grain weight? Is a .22 caliber planned in the future?

asked Woody

How do you pump it up. Is pump included?

asked Kay from USA

Do you know where I might be able to test-fire one of these within 50 miles of Glens Falls, NY? I'm very interested; but need to put my hands on it first. In fact, I'd be willing to receive a demo unit for testing and marketing here in upstate NY - if it shoots like I hope it does, then I could almost guarantee about 5 units sold in a couple of months and others after these guys are impressed.


recommendations for hand pumps?

asked Brandon from USA

TO AGD STAFF: Are you able to/Will you be in touch with Benjamin to learn whether this version will be succeeded by another in larger caliber? It would be useful to know whether, as their research goes forward, Benjamin would be in a position to release .22, .25. and .357 calibers in this or similar design in the near future. (I understand that 850fps would have to be much improved to do so.)

asked Russ from USA

I have two questions: How do you charge your unit? How is the accuracy?

asked Jack Rookhuyzen

I want an ADJUSTABLE trigger pull. Your usual description(s) surrounding trigger pull, most of the time, is vague at best.

asked James from USA

Does this rifle come with a pump? Is it available in 0.22 cal.?

asked David M. Lewis

How accurate is this gun and how hard does it hit

asked Dallas from USA

Where is the rifle manufactured? Quality and finishing reviews? Thanks a lot.

asked Huan from USA

I don't understand the PCP. How does one load gas/air into the rifle once it runs out of whatever it uses? I am very much interested in the rifle, but what accessories would I need for charging the gun?.....thanks

asked Chesley from USA
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