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The Jim Shockey Steel Eagle both feature the industry-leading Nitro Piston 2 powerplant with more speed, more power, more accuracy and reduced cocking force.
The ergonomically designed Monte Carlo stocks have unique, custom-designed soft touch inserts and a smooth, two-stage Clean Break Trigger™ as well as sound suppression for fast, quiet, lethal shots.
Perfect for game ranging from squirrels to turkeys… experience the power and performance of the Shockey Signature Series by Benjamin.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.
- Technical Specs
SKU BSSNP22TX Caliber .22 Powerplant Nitro Piston 2 Lead Pellet Velocity Up to 950 fps Alloy Pellet Velocity Up to 1100 fps Steel BB Velocity No Action Break Barrel Length 45.80 in Product Weight 8.00 lbs Air Reservoir No Barrel Material Steel Rifled Barrel No Barrel Type Rifled Buttpad No Camo Pattern No Checkering No Cocking Effort 30 lbs FPE $26.00 Foot Pounds of Energy (FPE) No Joules No Front Sight None Rear Sight N/A Material Synthetic Magazine N/A Mounting Rail Picatinny Noise Suppression Yes Trigger Two Stage Stock Style Ambidextrous/Soft Touch Included Optics 3-9x32 mm Sling Mounts Included Yes Sling Mount Type No Stock Material Synthetic Safety Lever Rings included? No
Jim Shockey Steel Eagle is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 6.Rated 5 out of 5 by Nick Name from First impressions .22 cal 75 +/- stoeger 14.3 grain pellets.so far. Sighting in was easy - started at 10 yards and walked back to my preferred range of 35 yards (until I move my fence another 10 yds). Shooting from sitting position, without any aids hitting a 2" gong consistent half the time. Not bad during break in and no resting aids. Working on fine tuning trigger adjustment. Not as bad as some reviewers state - I guess they want a silk purse for a sow's ear price. Scope does not adjust for magnification as advertised on box. No biggy but going to contact crossman to discuss. Ratings are based on the cost. If this was a $600 Diana, I'd be more particular.Date published: 2018-01-30Rated 4 out of 5 by DeltaHawk from Decent Riffle The stock has a good feel. This riffle is hold sensitive and be prepared to try a lot of pellets but once the right pellet is found is pretty accurate. Cocking effort is easy. Love the picatinny rail. A better scope is needed for tighter groups. The recoil is kinda hard and noise level is also up there. Overall is a good riffle for a beginner.Date published: 2017-05-15Rated 5 out of 5 by Chuck Wolf from Great stock I had the og np1 was a good rifle but wasn't a fan of the thumb hole stock but when i saw the steel eagle XD i had to have out its been a great gun but within 200 rds of the crosman primers i noticed the rifle get a little louder so i inspected it and noticed the breech seal has a hairline crack in it.... I'm not whining or complaining just hoping this review gets me a link to where to buy this part as i can not find one...Date published: 2017-12-02Rated 5 out of 5 by Back Yard Shooter from Fun to Shoot I'm not a hunter. I shoot targets in the back yard. I have shot over 1,000 round thought it in the past year and keeps a good group at 30 yards. I made a target out of an old fire extinguisher and at 30 yards this gun will put a good dent in it. It's not too loud. My neighbors don't complain. This gun has enough power to take out the pest around your property.Date published: 2018-01-27Rated 5 out of 5 by jackie27 from Amazed Great Shooter Very powerful, had the rifle for 2 years and still going strong. Best ammunition has been the domed pellet by Benjamin.Date published: 2017-05-23Rated 3 out of 5 by Magzz from Trigger Sucks Recently bought this gun thinking it would be a great considering Jim Shockey has his name on it . I like the but the trigger is horrible... by the time the gun fires you have pulled the barrel off the target. Really disappointed in this trigger. At first I thought it was the scope but found out it's the trigger. Cannot zero this rifle in until I get a new trigger spring... and where do I find one?Date published: 2018-03-13
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