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Benjamin Marauder Synthetic Stock Pellet Air Rifle

4.3 out of 5 stars 113 customer reviews
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  • PCP air rifle. Multi-shot design with auto-indexing clip. Ambidextrous, synthetic all-weather stock.
  • Custom choked barrel. Internal shroud. Two-stage adjustable, match-grade trigger pack with metal trigger.
  • Raised aluminum breech with heavy-duty pull bolt. Operates at fill pressure between 2,000 and 3,000 psi; can be filled with the Benjamin® hand pump oigh-pressure tank (items sold separately). 1-year manufacturer's warranty.
  • Model Number: BP2564S. Caliber: .25. Velocity: Up to 900 fps.
  • FPE: 50. Mechanism: Bolt action. Power Source: PCP.

Product Description

The successor to the popular Discovery model, the Benjamin® Marauder is a multi-shot PCP air rifle with an auto-indexing clip. It features a custom choked barrel and internal shroud for accuracy and quiet operation, while the two-stage adjustable metal trigger keeps your shots smooth and steady. Operating between 2,000 and 3,000 psi, the rifle can be filled by hand pump or high-pressure tank (sold separately).

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B019PI66K0
  • Item model number: BP1764S-Parent
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,215 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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This is simply amazing for an adult air rifle. I have the .25 and it is incredibly accurate. Very quiet and no recoil. I was so impressed with this air rifle that I had to buy another as a gift for my father. The synthetic stock feels well made, the trigger is very nice and adjustable, still using green mountain for barrels for the .25 and the weight feels well balanced. I cannot believe that this air rifle is made in the USA is under 1000 and seems on par with European air rifles in the $2000 price range. It does take some effort to pump to 3000psi but that is expected. I bought a Swedish pump instead of the Benjamin pump which has had longevity issues according to my research. If your looking to blow some cash on an air rifle I recommend trying the Synrod in .25 first. Pellets are a bit higher cost than .22 but they can be ordered online in volume for less than pre panic .22 rounds. The JSB exact kings seem to be the go to pellet for accuracy but my rifle shoots the Benjamin domes well too (so far the only two pellets tested). You should be able to achieve a 16 shot string around 850 fps without much effort from 3000-2200 psi. I have not messed with my factory tune yet because it has a very low extreme spread of 12 fps for 16 shots. If you crank the power level up to 900 fps expect shot count to be reduced and noise level to be a bit louder. At mid 800 fps the pellet hitting the target is the loudest sound. At 40 yards it will put 5 pellets into one jagged hole.
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Ive owned only a couple break barrels and this is my first step into the PCP world. I bought mine from Pyramid Air because they had a great bundle package that couldnt be beat.

The synthetic version is incredibly light. It feels WAY lighter than my benjamin titan xs synthetic stock. But more importantly it is incredibly balanced. Im 6ft 3in 225lbs and the rifle feels absolutely perfect. i was worried about the length of the rifle causing it to feel heavier than it actually was due to leverage but this was not the case. the grip is excellent and feels like your holding a thumb through stock. I bought mine in 22. Ive read that the .177 and .22 barrels are a "hit or miss." i believe that crossman has fixed the barrel issue with the .22 because from what ive been reading on the forums all the newer made .22's have been shooting well. But speaking for my rile, it shoots 1 inch groups at 50 yards with the pellets (crossman premier hollow points 14.3 grain) that came with the bundle.

This thing is incredibly quiet. the pellet hitting my back stop at 50 yards is LITERALLY louder that the rifle firing. The trigger is incredible light out of the box. I believe it has a 1lb pull and feels even lighter. Its' got a nice short first stage followed by a predictable and very crisp breaking 2nd stage. I wont be making anything more than VERY minor tweaks to the trigger if i ever feel the need to.

I bought mine with the pump. the pump is not hard to do. it takes quite a few pumps to fill up from zero. but after that it takes me about 30-35 pumps to pump from 2000psi-3000psi. the key is to take it slow and use your weight and not to pump more than 25 pumps at a time to allow the pump to rest a bit to insure a long life.
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I was up in the air for a while trying to decide if this rifle was worth the money prior to purchase. Further more, deciding between the .22 and .25 was very difficult, namely because there were very few .22 reviews available for the synthetic stock version. Being that none of the sporting good stores had either in stock to even handle, it was going to be an expensive, blind purchase. I have only had the rifle for about a week, but have fallen in love with the beauty! I wanted to write a quick review on the .22 in hopes to help anybody that may be in the same situation I was in.
I decided to go with the .22 for a couple of reasons. Though it has a crossman barrel vs the .25's green mnt barrel, the .22 has a higher shot count and better pellet prices. Being that I love to target shoot, it seemed to fit my needs a little better than the .25.
I have only been able to shoot it 15 yards at my indoor range (ie basement), but this thing is driving tacks consistently through 30 shots. Seriously, dime size groups using only a front rest! This is without custom tuning, just straight out of the box. I've pushed 40 shots through it before refilling, but I have to believe if I was actually shooting at any real distance, the pellet drop would be evident (though at 15 yards its not). The 21 gr Beemans have been flawless so far, and the rifle seems to really like the jsb 18gr heavys and the jsb 15 gr diablos. Unfortunately, the crosman premiers group poorly, regardless of what the fill pressure is. The crosman are not only shorter, but seem to be a hair thinner as they fit loosely in the mag. I cannot emphasize how happy I am with the grouping of the beemans and jsbs, consistently putting them through the previous shot's hole!
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This gun is AWESOME!!! I have gone through first the pump air-guns, I have purchased the Gamo silent cat, bone whisper, whisper fusion pro, and the Benjamin Trail. All "springer" or break - barrel pellet guns and all have failed to give me the accuracy that I was looking for. I purchased my Benjamin Marauder on March 29, 2015. I bought the leapers accushot 4-16x44 scope, the scope wheel, both Benjamin Domed and JSB Diablo Exact King pellets, a UTG 9-13" Bipod, and the Hand-pump all at once to get a decent set-up and really truly put this gun to the test. Right out of the box I was able to site the gun in at 35 yards with 1" groups with the Benjamin Dome pellets. The JSB Exact Kings were literally putting hole-in-hole shots at 35 yards and 3/4" holes at 50 yards. Again, that is right out of the box without cleaning or tuning! Since then I have killed countless doves and starlings out on the property. Longest successful kill so far was 84 yards away at a Dove and it hit him like a ton of bricks. If your curious if the Hand-pump is worth it or if you should just get an air tank... I'm 155 lbs of nothing special and I can handle the pump just fine. Yes, it takes longer to fill the gun but it also saves you a lot of money in the long run. If money isn't an issue, and you have a place to fill your tank nearby than an air tank is the way to go. It all depends on the who, where, and cost for every person. I absolutely love my Marauder and how incredibly accurate it is. It is definitely worth every penny! Best purchase I've made in a long time! I would recommend this gun to both beginning and experienced shooters.
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