Benjamin Model 317 Pellet Rifle


Condition: Vintage – Professionally resealed and in good working condition

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The Benjamin 317 is a .177 caliber, breech loading, bolt action, single shot, pump-up pneumatic pellet rifle with a wood stock and corncob style pump handle. This one has the straight bolt. They were manufactured between 1940 and 1969.

The walnut stock and forearm pump handle were refinished at some point. There’s a chip under the stock and an indentation on the left side of the stock. The original black finish on the metal is mostly gone revealing mainly brass underneath.

It was tested and is in good working condition. Velocity tested at around 605 fps using 8.44gr lead pellets.

  • .177 caliber
  • Bolt action
  • Single shot
  • Multi pump pneumatic

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Walter Clark Giles
10 months 12 days ago

“Velocity tested at around 592 fps using lead pellets”, can you tell me how a new 317 would be expected to perform? How many pumps before shooting?

10 months 12 days ago

10 pumps would be the maximum. After that you won’t get much more velocity for the effort.