Following the success of its Avenger PCP rifle, Air Venturi releases the model in the popular Bullpup platform. As a result, comes an option that is everything you love about the rifle, in a shorter version. Not to mention the upgrades that the Bullpup model brings with it.

Air Venturi Bullpup Avenger PCP

If you are a fan of the Avenger rifle, you will be happy to see the new polymer stock on the Bullpup. Comparatively, the polymer gives the Bullpup a higher quality look and feel over the synthetic stock of the rifle. Additionally, the Bullpup platform trims 10 inches off the length of the rifle, for a short 33-inch length, from muzzle to buttpad. For this reason, the Bullpup offers increased maneuverability, without sacrificing the favorite attributes of the rifle.

In addition to the upgraded material, the new Bullpup stock offers a number of unique enhancements. For example, the underside of the stock contains two secure magazine storage slots, keeping the 10-round magazines easily accessible.

Also, a new tool-less adjustable buttpad ensures the perfect fit for every shooter. Likewise, a four-position adjustable cheekpiece provides further fit adjustment. Finally, there are three Picatinny rails at the forend for bipods, lasers, or other accessories, while a 10-inch top rail offers ample room for optics.

Ensuring optimal personalized performance for each shooter, the Bullpup offers multiple performance adjustability options. In the first place, an externally adjustable regulator allows you to adjust up to 3,000 PSI/201 BAR. Additionally, the hammer spring can be adjusted via an easily accessible external adjustment screw. Similarly, the two-stage adjustable trigger allows you to tweak the performance to your specifications.

Rounds are sent downrange via a 180cc air cylinder, with a max fill pressure of 4,351 PSI (300 BAR). A pressure gauge, coupled with a fill pressure gauge helps you keep an eye on operations during use. Similarly, an easy access degassing screw helps you relieve air or C02 from the Bullpup.


“After the initial success we had with the synthetic stock Avenger rifle, we listened to the customer feedback and the consensus was clear that they wanted a wood stock version, and they wanted a Bullpup” explained Air Venturi President, Val Gamerman. “We were happy to launch a wood stock version of the rifle early in 2021, but our real excitement and focus has been on this Bullpup version.”

Available in .177, .22 and .25 caliber, the Bullpup manages a max velocity of 1000 FPS (.177), 930 FPS (.22), 900 FPS (.25). Likewise, it maintains a max power of 22 FPE (.177), 34 FPE (.22), 45 FPE (.25). This makes the Bullpup perfect for small vermin management as well as home defense.

The Air Venturi Bullpup Avenger PCP is available for pre-order now, with a retail price of $399.95. For more info, please visit

The Air Venturi Bullpup Avenger.

Air Venturi Bullpup Avenger PCP Features

  • Precharged pneumatic
  • Sidelever cocking
  • Synthetic bullpup stock
  • Built-in magazine storage compartments in stock
  • Externally-adjustable regulator (up to 3,000 PSI/210 BAR)
  • Easily-accessible hammer spring adjustment screw
  • Two-stage adjustable trigger
  • 180cc air cylinder
  • Fill pressure Max.: 4,351 PSI (300 BAR)
  • Velocity Max.: 1000 FPS (.177), 930 FPS (.22), 900 FPS (.25)
  • Power Max.: 22 FPE (.177), 34 FPE (.22), 45 FPE (.25)
  • Fully shrouded barrel
  • Three Picatinny rail sections on fore-end of stock
  • Holes in front and rear of stock for mounting sling swivel studs
  • Tool free vertically adjustable rubber buttpad
  • Four position adjustable cheek piece
  • Dual gauges – reg. pressure (RH Side) and fill pressure (LH Side)
  • Male quick-disconnect fill fitting
  • Easy access degassing screw
  • Manual safety
  • Picatinny optics rail
  • Barrel length: 22.75″
  • Overall length: 33″
  • Magazine capacity: 10 rds. (.177 & .22), 8 rds. (.25)
  • Includes two magazines and single-shot tray

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