I’ve had the opportunity to take the Benjamin Bulldog out on a few hunting trips, so what do I think? Well first, the performance is quite good. The Bulldog is accurate, and while at the lower end of the spectrum and caliber for big game, it is a potent predator gun. And this is where I like the gun, coyote and the Bulldog are made for each other! And this isn’t to say the Bulldog won’t do the job on feral hogs and whitetail if you need a multi-application gun.. There are two undeniable trends in the world of airgunning, at least as it applies to the US market. The first is the move by many manufacturers to include a big bore offering in their product portfolio, this was clearly demonstrated at the SHOT with a half dozen new guns in the .30 and up calibers. Secondly is the trend to offer at least one bullpup configuration. The gun I’m looking at in this short review hit both marks, it is both a big bore and a bullpup. Now I’m going to be up front, I have a few bullpups and I use them for hunting. For me it’s very much a case of form following function, to my eye there is no beauty in the design…. but rather they are a utilitarian tool and in this respect I view them as I do a hammer. I’ve never been entranced by the beauty of a hammer (though I’m sure thereRead More →