As of November 2013, the Benjamin Rogue .357 is no longer available.
.357 CALIBER, MULTI-SHOT, COMPRESSED AIR, ULTRA-QUIET, HUNTING RIFLE
While big bore PCP airguns have been around since before Lewis and Clark, ePCP™ technology is NEW, patent pending, and exclusive to Benjamin! The various ePCP components perform collectively to provide a new category of hunting air rifle boasting might and versatility.
More shots = more hunting. The patent-pending eVALVE technology of the Rogue provides precise regulation of pressure in the air reservoir and provides more shots per fill, through the efficient control of pressure. Choose from two power settings, High Power for large game like hogs and coyotes or Medium Power for raccoons, bobcats and fox, then select your bullet grain weight, Heavy or Light. The Rogue will then release only the precise amount of air you need to make the shot.
The Rogue features a 6-shot magazine that accomodates all shapes of .357 caliber bullets perfectly, whether they are the Benjamin eXTREME Pursuit flat nose or hollow points, Nosler Ballistic Tip bullets or your own cast bullets.
If you're accustomed to hunting with rimfire and small to medium bore centerfire, you'll be surprised by the accuracy and stealth of this air rifle. The shrouded barrel of the Rogue makes it quieter than any firearm you might choose, and with virtually no recoil, its accuracy is amazing.
Fill the Rogue with the Benjamin Hand Pump or the convenient Benjamin high pressure tank. The 15" Benjamin tank is great to take into the field for a day of hunting.
Already have a tank? Click here to view the PCP Fill Guide
Have specific questions about the Rogue?
Click here to read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
NOT A TOY. THIS AIRGUN IS RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT USE ONLY. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.
- Model NumberBPE3571
- VelocityUp to 800 fps
- Weight9.5 lbs
- Length48 in
- MechanismBolt Action
- Power SourcePCP
- Capacity6 Shot Magazine
- Optics RailDovetail
- MaterialSynthetic stock
- ColorBlack/Olive Drab
Rogue air leak reliability issues
We'll I sent it back shortly when I got the bolt handle brok off loading a slug and air leak. They fixed the bolt handle but continues to leak to this day. It's not a reliable gun to grab for farm protection. The sylinoid some times dose not fire enough air to send a bullet down the bore. Just makes a pop noise.
They need to fix the problems people are having Its a great concept but QC is a big issue to make it successful.
I shot my first whitetail yesterday with this gun, I was out hunting turkeys and then a buck came out ( I did not think it was going to kill it) but then it took like to steps and just dropped!
worked for a while,
Here we go again, I purchased the Rogue several months ago. My past review is defective sent back. Crosman was very nice helping me with their defective Rogue. But now several months later it is leaking pretty bad now, it will not hold air over night. Come on Crosman I should not have this problem EVER!!!! I am not new to PCP, however this is the only one that I HATE. When it worked it was great, however it is not worth the money. It would be, but it does not hold up! I am not going to bother sending it back AGAIN. I am through with this piece of junk... Sorry Crosman. I still love my Marauder. I honestly would give you a minus 5 but well you know. Bottom line is QUALITY CONTROL OR LACK OF...
Quality control issues with this rifle. The shroud guard was installed jammed to one side. I know, it's purely cosmetic but, it demonstrates a lack of pride and or attention to detail. I loosened the two set screws and centered it up. The rifle leaks about 2.5 psi/second. I sent it back.
first couple shots noticed leaking sent back to Crossman.they fixed it shot 60 rounds and a tank of compressed air.this baby is bad to the bone.buy a good scope im putting a atn thor on mine watch out night predator's..
Defective, sent back
You would think something in this price range, would hold together for more than 20 shots. I have to say the few rounds I put through it were fairly accurate, and fun. However I did not have a chance to even completely site it in. The power appeared to be great. it is very quiet. Even more quiet when it quits working. I don't know what failed, but it did give me an error message on the LCD. The message said "critical error cycle bolt".
The next thing I did not like was the battery compartment wires. Come on Crosman loom the wires together,and protect them. I shouldn't have to be afraid that I may pinch a stray lead When I replace the battery cover. If you can't wire electronics neat and clean, maybe you should hire someont to show you how? Looks like a QUALITY CONTROL ISSUE TO ME.
I honestly believe the Rogue has the potential to be a great rifle. At this point I am honestly insulted that they would have sent me a work in progress. I hope when I get it back it will hold up. Point being I never should of had to send it back.
The Crosman staff have been VERY helpful. I appreciate the staff I spoke to. The bottom line is the QUALITY was not there, and that is unacceptable for 1,349.00 or 49.00. It should work for the purpose it was intended.
Sorry Crosman I really wanted to love it, but at this point I am very disappointed in the quality of the rifle I was sent. I do have a Marauder actually # 67 off the assembly line and I would rate it PERFECT.
I am relatively new to air guns and still view them as toys compared to real weapons but this is pretty nice just not as accurate as an off the shelf low-power rifle. I have a "few" custom rifles those I would put at A and my stock rifles I would put at D, the Rogue is a solid C+. Somewhere between a Remington/Weatherby and a Kilimanjaro. Now for the price, this is a screaming value. I do not regret buying it, but I have lowered my expectations and have a lot of fun with it. I plan on buying a second to keep at the cabin.
Rogue 357 Power and Accuracy
I own and operate Weatherbyman Custom Guns, Inc. WCG, Inc. and WCG Personal Defense Weapons. We deal in extreme high performance centerfire rifles based on the Weatherby line and Remington Ultra Magnums. It was of no shock to me personally, that I had to buy, test and rate this product. I was shocked at the power of this weapon. I took several SE Deer with this in excess of 80 yards with deadly results all heart shot and/or neck and head shots. I have taken Bob Cat, Coyote and Hog also with this weapon and the Nosler Bullets specifically designed for this weapon. I have shot the .9mm the .45 and the 50 caliber Sam Yang Dragon Claw and find those big bore rifles of equal performance but not near as fun to shoot! :) -- I love the repeater capability of the Rogue vs. the singer shot of the Sam Yang. All this being relative, BIG Bore air rifles are fun to shoot and add a layer of challenge to the extreme shooter and hunter. I am getting 1" groups at 90 yards with this rifle and find that shockingly excellent. Of course I have extreme optics and if you do purchase this weapon DO NOT skimp on optics. Hawk or CenterPoint are great choices but do not hesitate to really step up the scope and spend what you would pay in what this rifle costs you in investment of an$800 to $1,500 scope and you will NOT be disappointed at this rifles capabilities.
Rogue wonder rifle
By pellet chucker
I have fired hundreds of rounds with my Rogue and must say its my go to rifle when on my morning walks on my property. It shoots well and would be capable of anything from 100 yard targets or any game Michigan has. It is quiet and adjustable in power for task at hand making it perfect , practical and fun. A real wonderful rifle.
Rogue kills 180 pound wild boar
About two weeks ago, I killed a 180 pound tusker with my brand new Benjamin Rogue .357.
After I saw the various videos of it taking down whitetail deer and hogs, I knew I wanted one
for myself, and.... I did! A single, carefully placed shot to the brain dropped him like the proverbial
sack of potatoes. I just had some of the most delicious, low fat sausage I have ever tasted.
Before the hunt, I took some time trying different bullet weights, such as 95 gr., 115 gr., 140 gr.,
145 gr. and 170 gr. in varying shapes - flat nose, round nose and hollow point. But, like virtually everyone else,
found the Nosler Ballistic Tip eXtreme at 145 grains to group the tightest at an average of 1.2 inches at
50 yards ( multiple 4 shot groups at heavy wt. + medium power).
How do I find the gun? Almost perfect. For a big bore, it is quiet, about the same report at a .22 caliber
subsonic round. It has enough heft to make it easy to hold steady. The variable power settings allows
one to make efficient use of the 330 cc. air chamber capacity, achieving as many as 10 shots at low weight
and medium power before requiring recharging.
How could it be improved? I find that the pressure leaks down slowly over a period of days. This is slow enough that
it isn't an issue for a full day of hunting, just remember to recharge the gun before heading out again the next day.
All in all, great job, Crosman!
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