The Benjamin Varmint Power Pack has everything you need to ruthlessly eliminate squirrels, raccoons, and other nuisance animals. This .22 caliber break barrel is powerd by Nitro Piston technology and features a scope, laser and flashlight combo that lets you hunt anytime, anywhere - from day to night.
The All-Weather synthetic stock is ready for most any climate conditions and the rifled steel barrel will keep you on target. The ambidextrous stock features a raised cheek piece for additional comfort.
The Varmint Power Pack shoots up to 950 fps (alloy) and delivers 21 foot pounds of energy (fpe). The optics package includes:
- 90 lumen LED flashlight with a red flip-up filter
- Red, Class III fast acquisition laser with push on/off or remote tape switch
- CenterPoint 4 x 32mm scope
- Model NumberBVNK92SX
- Pellet VelocityUp to 800 fps
- Alloy Pellet VelocityUp to 950 fps
- Weight7.375 lbs
- Length44.5 in
- MechanismBreak Barrel
- Power SourceNitro Piston
- CapacitySingle Shot
- BarrelRifled Steel - shrouded bull barrel
benjamin varmint pack
Bought a ruger impact that shot 2' low @ 35 yrds and 13" low @ 5yrds' took it back exchanged it for this rifle n never looked back. Took about 75 firings before the barrel settled but after that i re-zeroed and was shooting the caps off of plastic jugs @ 35 yrds. I wonder about the experience level of the folks giving bad reviews? I guess any maufacture puts out a lemon here n there, but this rifle is a quality built rifle, i. Could tell that straight from the box. Clean the barrel, shoot about 100 pellets, then zero the scope. You should have excellent accuracy if your form is consistant. The lazers dot on the other hand moves up after every shot but seems to stop after a few shots so i might have to lock tite the adjustment screw n see if that stops it. I dont consder that an issue though because i wasnt looking to have tacti-cool junk hanving off my gun anyway.
Varmint Power Pack (.22)
Despite the bad reviews some have been leaving I purchased this model any way. I set up the rifle and used a bore scope to align the sights. After 5 test shots and adjustments I was ready to shoot. I am getting quarter size groups @50ft. SO WHAT IS THE PROBLEM GUYS? As far as I can see the problems are not with the gun but maybe the set is wrong by the user. Buy the gun, take your time setting up, and enjoy shooting. This will rip through 1/4" plywood and bury itself into 1/2" . As for varmints, tomorrow is another day.
Built on same platform as the Benjamin Trail
I had the Trail NP All-Weather before this and wish i wouldn't had got rid of it. This gun seems to be on par with it. One thing I did right out of the box was to shoot Rem-Oil down the barrel and run a cleaning brush down and clean all the oily crap out of the barrel from the factory. Took me a little bit to get the scope zeroed but once I did it held pretty good groups. I've only got about 50-100 pellets through it but its looking like this will be the same quality/reliability as the Trail. Gave it a 4 because the scope is not as nice as the one I got with my Trail NP.
Worth the time...
So it took around 200 rounds and trying a bunch of different pellets to find the sweet spot but once I did... wow.
It has had the power since day one but getting good groups past 10-15 yards was very tough. Ended up replacing the scope and using "Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy" and now I love it!
Powerfull but not accurate at all.
By Jose Ferrer
I bought this rifle one month ago and I have fired this one more than 200 times and hit the bullseye one more time before subsequant shots go high, low, wide right and left. But the rifle have a lot of power.
My first and last
I am by no means an expert when it comes to rifles and shooting and such but I have fired this one more than 200 times and am not real impressed. After some trial and error I managed to zero the scope using a lasar bore sight then firing a shot to see where it placed on a small bore target. I would then hold the rifle on the bullseye also using the bore sight tool and then adjusting the windage and eleivation to line up with the first shot. I reloaded and fixed the sight on the bullseye and bang I hit the bullseye. All the while I have gun rests to help in sighting, adjusting and shooting. Now to make sure this was not a fluke, I reload and fire off a few more shots. I might get lucky and hit the bullseye one more time before subsequant shots go wild. High, low, wide right and left. So I start all over again with the lasar bore sight, aligning the scope crosshairs with the lasar dot, putting up a new target and firing a shot, with the croosshairs on the bullseye, I align the scope with the shot and fire again, again I get the same result. I don't know if the scope loses zero after a few shots or not or if it is just the shooter but I'm not real pleased with the results. BTW, my target is about 15 yards away. My backyard wont allow me to get it further. the scope is the 4X32 Center Point that came with the gun.
Just bought it
So far I have not shot the air gun yet. I just got done putting it together. I Plan on trying to sight it in tomorrow. I really wish it came sighted and ready to go other than that it looks and feels awsome .I can't wait to shoot it. I might take a shot tonight but my wife is going to get mad about it
not accurate at all
Bought this gun 5 days ago have put 4 different scopes on it and it will not hold a group at 20 yards. Do not buy it.
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