Benjmain WildFire (.177)

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Benjmain WildFire (.177)
Semi-Automatic PCP Air Rifle (Model: BPWF17)

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Move pellets faster than a prairie blaze with the NEW semi-auto PCP rifle. Delivering up to an incredible 60 shots per 2000 PSI fill and shooting as fast as you can pull the trigger, backyard shooting will never be the same. Includes a 12-shot rotary clip, rifled steel barrel, an adjustable rear sight and fiber optic front sight.

  • Rifled steel barrel
  • 2000 PSI pressure gauge
  • Up to 60 effective shots per fill
  • No recoil
Technical Specs
Caliber .177
Powerplant PCP
Lead Pellet Velocity Up to 700 fps
Alloy Pellet Velocity Up to 800 fps
Steel BB Velocity No
Action Repeater
Length 36.88
Product Weight 3.69
Air Reservoir 2000 psi
Barrel Material Steel
Rifled Barrel Yes
Barrel Type Rifled
Buttpad No
Camo Pattern No
Checkering No
Cocking Effort No
Foot Pounds of Energy (FPE) No
Joules No
Front Sight Fiber Optic
Rear Sight Adjustable
Material Synthetic
Magazine 12
Mounting Rail Dovetail
Noise Suppression No
Trigger Single Stage
Stock Style Traditional
Included Optics No
Sling Mounts Included No
Sling Mount Type No
Stock Material No
Safety Crossbolt
Rings included? None

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WildFire is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Leaks like most other owners do Bought this from the nice people at pyramyd air, while it is fun, it has a very prominent leaking issue. It shoots great and is very accurate, just extra steps are needed to try and prevent the leaking. The gun came with absolutly no air, so i pumped it up and had some fun for about 150 shots and tore up our targets. After the 3rd refill, it started leaking slightly out of the magazine area at random times. The 4th refill, it instantly "blew" and would leak faster than i could pump. After it lost all pressure, the 5th fill had no issues, then the 6th started leaking randomly... since then, i have ben working around the issue. After every refill, i have to open the degassing valve and bleed the tank dry before refilling it again.
Date published: 2018-08-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from it was great while it worked I bought one of these shortly after they were released. out of the box I loved it. it was so nice to have a semi-auto plinker to have fun with and for pests. we used it the first fall and it worked great. put it away for the winter and left air in it. when spring came around I was excited to get it back out and play with it. I grabbed it out of my rifle case and it had no air in it. I hooked it up to my pump and tried to pump it up to only find out that it was leaking as fast as I could put air into it. I have other pcp air rifles and had hoped that maybe I just needed to replace an o-ring or something to get it to seal again. but I havent found any info as of yet with people fixing leaking issues. I would love to get this gun going again but am unsure what to do with it. its a great gun when its working.
Date published: 2018-06-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It was fun while it lasted! It was fun until it started leaking in side by the magazine. Will not pump up past 1000 PSI then dumps all the air.
Date published: 2018-02-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage Bought and returned 3x and still the same problem air leaks
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leak problems with this rifle Please stop saying it is reliable and leak problem is rare. Mine leaks air after about 200 rounds with strange noise. I read many others complaining the leak issue and called the customer service but didn't get to talk to anyone. Please offer some solutions owners can try to fix the leak problem.
Date published: 2018-09-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from There's a Lot to Like -- While it Works I bought mine back in March. I've put maybe 175 pellets down the barrel and found it to be (at least at first) reliable, fun for plinking, and packs enough punch for what it is. Yes, the trigger is heavy, but if you feel for it, there's a definite breaking point after it moves the magazine into firing position, so accurate shooting (keeping in mind this isn't a target rifle by a long shot) is possible with a little care. The sights are adequate, though fine adjustment is difficult to say the least. Still, at the ranges I'd actually want to use this for anything, they're enough. The included 11mm (3/8") dovetail will accept any number of scopes/reflex sights you might want to use if the sights don't do it for you. One really bizarre (to me at least) thing -- when filled, the first shot doesn't sound as loud as the next one, it doesn't shoot to point of aim like the next ones, and it doesn't take as much air from the tank as the rest. Which might be part of the issue I'll get to later. 2000PSI isn't that difficult to achieve with a hand pump, but it's something to consider if you're planning on doing a lot of shooting immediately after filling the tank. Tired arms wobble and weave, making accurate shooting much harder. However, a pump is cheaper than an air tank, and you don't have to pay to have it filled. It's all a matter of cost vs convenience. Now to the issue I mentioned; despite being able to do it when new, my rifle won't hold anything above 1500PSI after a while. One day after a shooting session (Again, I've put maybe 175 pellets down the barrel.) I ran out of pellets on-hand, took a moment to charge the rifle from my hand pump, went to check the target to see if I'd been hitting it where I thought it was, and suddenly the rifle started to hiss and vented its tank until the manometer read 0psi. Figuring I had an issue, I charged the rifle and again it hissed itself out once I got over 1000PSI. So, after locating a hex key small enough to to the job, I loosened and tightened the pressure relief valve a couple times, dry-fired it rapidly until the tank was dry, and repeated. Now it doesn't hiss, and will take a 2000PSI charge, but it won't hold it. After a while it drops to 1500psi -- but it'll hold it for days. Of course, now I'm worried that if I start firing it again it'll just start leaking again. On top of it, if I need the rifle for anything, it's only about 3/4 ready, and I'm honestly concerned about leaving air in the tank now. If you can get a good one, I say go for it. This is a fun, accurate (enough) little plinker that could be pressed into other uses. It's really a shame mine is malfunctioning.
Date published: 2018-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HPA all the way I have purchased the CO2 version of this unit before and was fairly disappointed. Never knew this model was available till I looked at the Crosman website. I got a good discount by virtue of ordering with a special code and am 100% pleased with this purchase. Mounted a light weight panoramic sight and the combo has worked flawlessly. Super accurate and (to date) zero leaks. Fills up off my scuba tank w/ HPA but you have to fill very slow (takes about 3 seconds) and do not overfill!! Makes "critter control" and plinking an absolute blast.
Date published: 2018-07-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leakage problem.leakage Sound from magazine part Today i purchase this brand new box packed gun. But after few shots, a leakage sound come from near magazine
Date published: 2018-02-06
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