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Benjamin Marauder Premium Combo, Synthetic

Available in .177, .22, .25, Includes a Benjamin Sling and Centerpoint 4-16x40 AO Scope
Only $599.99
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  • Code: BP1764S-PREMIUM · $599.99 · .177 · 1100 fps
Estimated in stock date is 02-10-21
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There's a reason the Benjamin Marauder has been our No. 1 seller several years straight: You point, it hits! Our special combo includes a good-quality CenterPoint 4-16x40 AO hunting scope, rings and Benjamin sling. Because your Mrod air rifle will be your go-to gun for just about any type of shooting discipline, you'll be handling it a lot. The wide, padded sling makes it easier to shoot and carry the gun for hours. The adjustable comb brings your eye to the right level for your optics. If you're sharing your gun with another shooter, each person has the right alignment since the comb is easy to adjust up and down. The most exciting part about the Marauder is the price. If you haven't done any price comparisons with other PCP repeaters, you should. The others will leave you with 2 things: Sticker shock and less accuracy. So, get the Mrod and know that you've gotten one of the most accurate PCP repeaters made today. Benjamin Marauder, Wood Features Diagram

Benjamin Marauder, Synthetic Features
  • Comes with Benjamin sling and Centerpoint 4-16x40 AO scope ready for installation
  • 10-shot repeater with auto-indexing feature (.25 cal is an 8-shot repeater)
  • Uses compressed air: 2,000 to 3,000 psi (make adjustments as shown in the owner's manual)
  • Can be adjusted for different velocities
  • Internal shroud makes this a VERY quiet gun
  • Choked barrel delivers superior accuracy
  • 2-stage adjustable match trigger...and the trigger is metal!
  • Raised aluminum breech for easier loading of circular magazine
  • 11mm dovetail (does not come with sights)
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock with vertically adjustable comb (almost a full pound lighter than the wood-stocked rifle!)
  • Reversible bolt -- switch from right to left side
  • Built-in air pressure gauge (manometer)
  • 215cc air reservoir
  • 7.30 lbs. - is the gun only weight
  • 42.8" long
  • Includes CenterPoint 4-16x40 AO scope
  • Upgrades from the original version of the gun: Factory-installed depinger changes the sharp "ping" to a dull thud. Improved valve (increases the number of shots: .177/.22=32 shots, .25=16 shots). Trigger moved back for better hand position. Optional reversible bolt for left- or right-handed shooters. Simplified breech design for assembly, service and to provide a more stable platform for larger scopes.

As the caliber increases, the gun becomes somewhat louder. Testing has shown that filling your Marauder air rifle to no more than 2,600 psi (179 bar) may deliver the greatest accuracy. We recommend trying different fill levels between 2000 and 3000 psi to determine the optimum fill level for your own rifle. Each gun is different. A chronograph is the best way to determine optimum fill levels for precharged pneumatics (PCPs). The owner's manual does not show the correct weight and length for this rifle. The owner's manual states this about fill pressures: ""The Marauder has been factory set to an efficient fill pressure that will suit most hunting and target uses.
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  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1100 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight7.30
  • Overall Length42.80
  • Barrel Length20.00
  • Loudness2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity10
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill32
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By ScottUSAJanuary 21, 2020 Verified Purchase

I just got this rifle and have taken it out 2 times so far. At 50 yards it is shooting 1 1/2 inch spread. It does shoot better with the heavier pellets.

This will be great rifle for small game.

By ScottUSADecember 31, 2019 Verified Purchase

Great airgun hunting rifle

By DanielUSADecember 19, 2018

Just received it and I'm super excited to take it out!

By Post USANovember 10, 2018

If you're looking for a starting point for PCP this one would be it. I chose .22 and have no regrets. Accurate and comfortable. I bought the full package, because that's what I do when I buy a new airgun. Accuracy is first and foremost and this rifle delivers that accuracy It's a versatile rifle to target shoot or hunt with. I enjoy shooting it and will never get rid of it. All around great air rifle.

2 stage match trigger, easy on and off safety' Accurate out of the box, The price is right, comfortable to hold.

By AnthonyUSAOctober 12, 2018

Excellent balance, excellent stock reconfiguration capability, excellent pressure seal, and most of all accuracy. The scope is certainly much better than expected, and very functional. The adjustable objective lens certainly takes out the parallax issues.

Great purchase for a first time PCP Air Rifle. The .25 cal hits hard and has certainly variable weights to choose from for hunting, target shooting, and plinking. Airgun Depot certainly lives up to their reputation and well worth taking the chance to purchase your air rifle needs.

None so far...

By DouglasUSAJune 14, 2018

Powerful accurate ..improvement over the earlier version (4/5 )years ago

complete stopping power

By DonMarch 22, 2018

Accurate and very quiet. Best airgun I've ever fired

By edwardUSAMarch 15, 2018

lots of knockdown power

so far . very dependable every time I pick it up.

I only have one marauder. I wish I had 2

By DanJune 22, 2017

This is my first PCP and I have to say this rifle is quiet! The pellet hitting the target makes more noise than the gun! I set up a crony and with 14.3 grain Crossman pellets it is averaging about 865 fps right out of the box, and is consistently there for 32-35 shots, and then the pressure is down to 2000 psi from a full 3000 psi fill. That is 24 lb/ft of muzzle energy. The first 25 shots had a standard deviation of 14 fps. Threw a couple of 18.21 grain pellets through it and they were running about 800 fps. I've done some reading on about all of the tuning that guys do to these guns, but I am going to leave it alone for now, it is right where I want it to be. I am also pleasantly surprised with the Center Point scope. It was packaged in that hard to open plastic that you would see hanging on hooks at a store and I thought it was going to be a cheapo. But the lens is clear, it has an adjustable objective that is obviously made for pellet guns as it goes down to 15 yards, increases in small increments to 100 yards, then to infinity. It also has an illuminated recticle in 2 colors with variable brightness settings, with BDC markings to aid with holdover. I don't know where the bullet drop points are going to be as far as distance yet, but it has them. The trigger is nice, no immediate plans to adjust it. It has a long smooth light creep, then it comes to a clear stop (the second stage), and then breaks easily with no creep. I did have a couple of pellets jam between the bolt and the magazine, which made it hard to get the magazine out to clear the mangled pellet. I read on a forum that if you cock the gun with the muzzle pointed down, this will not happen. Only a couple of people had this concern. The rotary magazine automatically rotates to the next pellet when the rifle is cocked, making for easy follow up shots. I have the Benjamin pump and it is a workout. It takes about 75 pumps to go from 2000 to 3000 psi. If you weigh 150 lbs or less you may not be able to compress it all the way, I basically lock my arms out and use body weight to pump it. I plan to get a 4500 psi tank in the near future, but still glad to have the hand pump for a backup. The gun does not have iron sights so you will need a scope, and if you are going to be in the field you will want a sling. This was a good package deal that came with everything including the correct scope rings.

price quiet powerful multi-shot adjustable power crisp, adjustable trigger good scope with illuminated BDC recticle and adjustable objective


By DavidJune 2, 2017

Very accurate and powerful. Just the ticket for medium sized rodents! I debated for a years about upgrading my Discovery .22. The Marauder isn't quite as accurate at 50 yards, but at 75 yards and further, it surpasses the Discovery. I'm very pleased!

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Since I've never owned a air gun I want to shoot rats/crows on my property. What is the best one that I can use that doesn't need to be pumped on every shot. I also want one with a scope on it. any info is helpful. I have my own air compressor here if they can use it.

asked Bill from USA

Never owned an airgun. Can I use my air compressor to fill them up?

asked Bill from USA

How do you refill the air reservoir in the Gun . Do I need special equipment

asked Isaac

Can you fill from a hand pump ?.

asked Steve

new to this sport. Can a shop compressor be used to refill?

asked Marcus Castro

Hi there I like the look of this rifle. Only thing I'm wondering is how well they hold there air and the amount of foot pounds of energy. Im interested in the .25 caliber.

asked Shawn Dubay

hello.. new to air gunning..want to break my grandson into firearm safety..and plinking fun..hows this Benjamin fit the bill..?

asked tom from USA

I think a Crosman Fury or Phantom using the Nitro-Piston breakbarrel technology might be a good start, if your grandson is old enough to want to move right to pellets vs. BBs. If he's 13 or under, maybe the Marlin Cowboy BB gun, which allows some varying power for firing, via a sort of "ratcheting" cocking mechanism. If he's over 13, I'd start with either a springer or gas-piston breakbarrel model. Keep it under $150 or so. If he takes easily to the breakbarrel approach, after a year or two, and maybe some proving of his abilities, he may be ready for a Marauder or even the Armada (Marauder on steroids, basically).

Jared from USA

This would work fine but it's expensive so i would start with a crosman 1200 break barrel


The marauder is an excellent air rifle... especially for the money. To really answer your question though I would need to know how old he is. This rifle is not light. grown ups would have no problem but a young bow or girl would have a problem with the size and weight. I would start off a child with a smaller lighter bb gun. teach him the basics of safe handling, shooting and such. as he gets older move him up to the more powerful air rifles.

anthony from USA
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