Benjamin Pioneer Airbow


It’s a game changer! The innovative new Benjamin Pioneer AirbowTM ushers in a new era in big game hunting, creating a whole new category of weapon that’s safer than a crossbow, easier than a compound bow, and just as simple to use as an air rifle. Based on Benjamin®’s proven Pre-charged Pneumatic (PCP) system, the Pioneer can be cocked with just two fingers, and de-cocked just as easily. It’s easy to handle, remarkably accurate and delivers wicked-fast 450 FPS velocity and 160-ft.-lbs. of wallop that can take down big game, predators, hogs and more.

Power and accuracy. You can feel it in the air.

Driven by 3,000 psi of compressed air, the Benjamin Airbow shoots up to 450 F.P.S. with 160 ft.-lbs. of energy for devastating effect on any size game. Plus, the unique design of the Airbow propels the arrows form the front of the weapon, rather than the rear, which means no archer’s paradox or canting effect. 2″ groups at 50 yards are easily achievable. In addition, arrows fired from the Airbow stabilize quickly while in flight, providing an expanded kill range for any game animal.

Easier to cock and de-cock.

The Benjamin Airbow is easily operated by an ambidextrous cocking bolt that takes little effort to cock and de-cock… just 2-lb. of cocking force. That means almost anyone, regardless of size or strength, can handle this weapon. And, with no cocking rope to lose or tangle, the Airbow is especially safe for treestand use.


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Unlike crossbows which require re-cocking after every shot, the Benjamin Airbow can fire 8 shots on a single pneumatic charge in the same amount of time it takes to fire 3 shots from a crossbow. Plus, the Pioneer fires full-length arrows with full-weight broadheads and requires very little maintenance, all of which give it a clear advantage over crossbows. Benjamin offers a High Pressure Hand Pump (item 660427 ) and 4,500 psi Charging System (item 660428) as filling solutions.


For deadly accuracy, the Benjamin Airbow includes a CenterPoint® 6×40 mm scope that was specially designed with the Airbow in mind. The adjustable objective provides parallax settings from 5 yards out and the custom MTAG reticle provides aiming points out to 75 yards. A canted Picatinny base provides 20 MOA of additional adjustment.

  • Powered by 3,000 psi of compressed air
  • Integrated pressure regulator delivers 8 consistent shots at 450 FPS
  • Ambidextrous top cocking bolt is simple to operate
  • Delivers a game-stopping 160 ft.-lbs. of energy with 375-gr. arrows @ 450 FPS
  • Bullpup configuration is just 33.5″ in length, making it easier to handle, pack and store
  • Includes 3 custom 375 grain arrows with 100 grain field tips, hand-fletched helical vanes with unique spine alignment and nano ceramic Victory ICETM coating for increased speed, greater penetration and easier retrieval
  • Picatinny rail system for mounting accessories
  • Also includes 6x40mm Scope, Sling and Quiver
  • Length: 33.5 inches
  • Weight: 7 lbs.

Be among the first to experience an exciting new way to hunt! Order yours today!

Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 665642
  • Stock: Synthetic
  • Power Plant: Benjamin® PCP
  • Velocity: Up to 450 FPS
  • Energy: 160-ft.-lbs.
  • Overall Length: 33.5″
  • Overall Weight: 7 lbs.
  • Scope: 6x40mm
  • Special Features: includes 3 custom 375 grain arrows with 100 grain field tips, Sling, and Quiver
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Ethan Smith is a seasoned marine veteran, professional blogger, witty and edgy writer, and an avid hunter. He spent a great deal of his childhood years around the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in Arizona. Watching active hunters practise their craft initiated him into the world of hunting and rubrics of outdoor life. He also honed his writing skills by sharing his outdoor experiences with fellow schoolmates through their high school’s magazine. Further along the way, the US Marine Corps got wind of his excellent combination of skills and sought to put them into good use by employing him as a combat correspondent. He now shares his income from this prestigious job with his wife and one kid. Read more >>