Benjamin Airguns has just announced that they’ve come out with the most powerful PCP (pre-charged pneumatic) air rifle to hit the market yet – the Bulldog 457. The Bulldog 457 is the largest bore air rile to debut from Benjamin Airguns and boasts more than double the energy of the previously released Bulldog 357.
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New Benjamin Bulldog 457 – The Most Powerful PCP Air Rifle
The Bulldog .457 is the most powerful compact PCP set to hit the market. Not only will it take down big game, it’ll do it with smaller projectiles and with a max fill pressure of 3000psi. That adds up to a serious beast of an air rifle that handles as ingeniously and distinctively as any Benjamin,” says Senior Product Manager, Phillip Guadalupe.
- Durable synthetic design with a short 36-inch overall length bullpup configuration
- Baffle-less SoundTrap™ shroud for big bore sound suppressionSide lever bolt reversible for left handed shooters
- Rifled steel barrel delivers up to 760 fps and up to 3 shots at lethal power
- 3000 psi pressure gauge
- 26 inches of Picatinny rail
- Side lever reversible for left handed shooters
- Shot tray holds up to 3 rounds
- Muzzle adapter with M18 threads
The Benjamin Bulldog 457 PCP air rifle will be available starting this month (February 2022) and will be sold directly to customers from the Benjamin Airguns website. The MSRP set for the Bulldog 457 starts at $1099.00. It seems that airguns have seen a recent surge in popularity over the last couple of years, especially with hunters. Now, those looking to get into the airgun hunting sport can take down everything from whitetail to wild hogs with this new big-bore PCP rifle. I’d like to hear your thoughts on this new addition to the Benjamin lineup. What are your thoughts on the Benjamin Bulldog 457?
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