I wound up with this rifle by accident. I wanted to include some footage in my DVD, "Airgun Hunting the California Ground Squirrel" of the then new, Benjamin Discovery PCP by Crosman. I ordered one from Mac1 in .22 caliber, but when I received the rifle, it was a .177 instead. Since I had it in my possession, I decided to shoot the rifle to see what it would do. The thing was very accurate, so I decided to keep it, and still get one in .22. The .22's were on backorder from Crosman, so I wound up using this rifle in .177, in the production of my DVD. It performed flawlessly. It especially liked the Beeman Ram Jet pellets, but also shot the DYNAMIC PCP-1 tin pellets very well.
I no longer have this rifle. I have since moved it along to a deserving young man that was just beginning to hunt with airguns. A lot of folks are interested in the Discovery rifles, so I wanted to include it in my, "earning their keep" series on my blog.
The following video shows how well the .177 Disco performed in the field while, "earning her keep."
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These are my original sight-in targets. They were shot over the hood of my 4Runner, the evening before I started filming my hunt with her. It was obviously a very nice shooting rifle.