Benjamin Marauder PCP Air Rifle (.177)
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Shoots .177 caliber pellets up to 1100 FPS
- Pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) with integrated pressure gauge operates at between 2,000 and 3,000 PSI
- Custom choked barrel and internal shroud for unsurpassed accuracy and ultra quiet operation
- Up to 20 shots on a single fill, includes a 10-shot magazine
- Ideal for target shooting, pest control and small game hunting
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers also shopped for
The loudest sound you'll hear when you pull the match-grade trigger on a Benjamin Marauder is the pellet hitting your target. Wirth virtually no recoil, very little noise and tack-driving accuracy, choose a Benjamin Marauder for an exciting and sucessful day in the field. This powerful pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifle offers all the features needed for field target shooting and small game hunting. The Marauder features a Crosman Custom choked barrel and internal shroud for unsurpassed accuracy and ultra quiet operation. The two stage adjustable, match grade trigger pack with a metal trigger makes every shot smooth and steady. The Marauder also has a raised aluminum breech with a heavy duty pull bolt making loading the gun and mounting a scope a snap. The Marauder is also a Multi-Shot rifle with the a 10 shot auto indexing magazine. This gun also operates at fill pressures between 2,000 and 3,000 psi. This rifle can be filled with the Benjamin hand pump or a high pressure tank (items sold separately).
Top customer reviews
The Benjamin Discovery comes with a pump but I really really wanted the 10-shot Marauder over the single-shot Discovery. I am really bothered that they don't include a pump in a rifle this expensive.
This rifle is SUPER accurate. I have about 25 yards to the back fence of my yard. Beyond is a large field. I don't want to shoot up and over the fence for safety reasons so I am limited to 25 yards. Goofing around on day I taped 5 coins on my target backstop and started shooting at a quarter, a dime, and three pennies. 5 shots, 5 hits. I am no rock-star shooter but it is easy to be accurate with a great rifle. I find Crossman Premier hollow points to be way more accurate that any of the other 5 or 6 pellets I have tried. Gamo ammo is garbage, don't even bother. I tried that gold-plated stuff to try and squeeze more velocity out of the gun because I was using CO2. PATHETIC results!
This rifle is a little on the heavy/bulky side, so it might not be the best for a small child to learn to shoot.
The ONLY reason for 4 instead of 5 stars is because at this amount of money I think they should be including a pump with the rifle. I just can't bring myself to pay the $180 for the Benjamin pump that gets horrible reviews for breaking easily and not having the ability to replace parts. A hill pump can be user-maintained and rebuilt but it is $300!!! Buying a Marauder with a descent (Hill) pump is more than I paid for many of my hunting rifles, including my Savage 300 WIN MAG!!
My complaints about the pump aside, this really is a great rifle. Buy without hesitation.
I snapped the sear in-two, though it was my fault. However, on closer inspection I could tell it was made of sintered metal and had sharp, stress-risers on opposing sides at the point it snapped apart. There's really is no reason or excuse not to have radiused corners on the part. The double-action trigger is a gem though. Well designed and executed. I have it set so low for trigger-pull it is actually too soft and immediate for hunting.
Almost zero kick-back. You could put a ten-cent scope on this M-Rod and it wouldn't be destroyed. Did I say quiet? It's so quiet it is deceptive. I think it sounds as if it's a toy BB gun going off until I see the results of what it can do! I shoot with deadly accurately at 40+ yards with this .177 cal M-Rod!
I would warn against a hand pump for this gun unless you are young, healthy and/or a masochist! It takes me around a hundred pumps to get to 2000 PSI. I did 3000 PSI once and it nearly killed me. I'm buying a tank!
Quarter groups at 50 yards is normal !! After testing 12 different pellets, I found that the Crosman 10.5 gr Premier Ultra Magnum shoot the best.