Benjamin Legacy Jim Shockey Signature Series Pellet GunItem Number: 22172926
Inspired by hunting enthusiast and outdoor guide, Jim Shockey, the Benjamin® Legacy Jim Shockey Signature Series Air Rifle Combo is an effective choice for varmint hunting, small game hunting and pest control. The air rifle features Nitro Piston technology that helps to reduce sound and vibration by 70%. It also has an over-molded barrel with inserts and an adjustable height comb for firm control while shooting.
The BB gun is equipped with a Picatinny mounting rail to add accessories and a recoil pad with a customized Jim Shockey medallion. The Legacy Jim Shockey Air Rifle includes a CenterPoint® 3-9x40mm scope with an adjustable objective and range estimating reticle that provides you with pinpoint accuracy.
- Patented Nitro Piston power plant
- Synthetic, ambidextrous stock
- Over-molded inserts for firm control
- Adjustable height comb
- Barrel integrated, sound suppression system
- CenterPoint 3-9x40mm scope with adjustable objective and range-estimating reticle
- Adjustable, two-stage trigger
- Rifled steel barrel
- Picatinny mounting rail
- 21 foot pounds of energy (fpe)
- Recoil pad with Jim Shockey medallion
- Sling mounts
- Caliber: .22
- Pellet Velocity: up to 800 fps
- Alloy Pellet Velocity: up to 950 fps
- Length: 43"
- Weight: 6.70 lbs.
- Model: 32003
NOTICE: The sale or shipment of this product to residents of California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, and the city of Philadelphia, PA is prohibited. We recommend the use of protective eyewear whenever using or near the use of this item.
Country Of Origin: China
Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by air_gunner Great package So far this air rifle combo has been great, one of the best scopes I have seen on a combo. April 22, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Airgun&paintball ok accuracy This gun is good, it comes with a nice 3x9 scope. But the accuracy is a different story I can barely get a 3 inch grouping at even 20 yards and ive put more than 600 pellets through this gun, it starts to improve with heavier pellets but a little expensive for an ok gun January 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Relicstrat Great gun no question about it. I brought the gun home and began to sight it in, first thing I noticed was the power, I have the .22 cal.Super fast I'm shooting the crossman hollow point hunting pellets.I benched the gun and sighted the scope at twenty five yards, I really like the adjustable yardage although theOptics are a bit odd on the high power setting, the scope required quite a bit of windage adjustment And was quite close on elevation so the sighting in period only took about 10 shots.I shot a group of 5 and then five more, accuracy is very good. Really good to be honest, I'm very surprised.Then I sat back and realized that I wasn't shooting an actual .22 rim fire but it sure acted like it, same recoil,Accuracy but then it dawned on me how quiet it really is. This baby is quiet.I then moved it to 50 yard,s adjusted the scope yardage and focus, and shot two more groups of five, right on the moneyWhat the heck I'm thinking this gun is too good to be, but then again at $249.00 I could have bought a rim fire 22 but I wouldn't be shootingIn my neighborhood and with this I can shoot anytime I wish, and honestly I love not having to clean my gun after.I took it out to test on some squirrels in the woods behind my house.I made two successful shots in about 15 minutes, both one shot deals at 30 plus yards.I got back and put up some heavy food cans, two of them together filled with water. The entry hole was perfect but the exit holes were devastating, Tore the can apart after three shots, power, accurate, easy to shoot although a bit heavy at 9 lbs I did begin to notice itAfter walking for a bit with it but otherwise I would buy this gun again and I'm thoroughly impressed, they really got it right withThis gun. Great job Crossman/Benjamin. Now if they only made a take down version for my back pack that would be sweet. January 5, 2014
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