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Benjamin Marauder Field and Target

Available in .22, .177
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The Benjamin Marauder created PCP fans worldwide as one of the most popular PCP airguns on the market. Never complacent, the folks at Benjamin created a regulated Marauder, the Marauder Field and Target Edition. Now shooters can get more shots out of their Marauders than ever before! Using an all-new regulated system, the Field and Target delivers 80+ shots in .177 caliber, and up to 80+ in the .22 cal. more than double the shot strings of the original Marauder. These shots hit speeds up to 1,000 fps in .177 and 850 fps in .22. The 3000 psi cylinder incorporates a quick-disconnect fitting so you'll never have a problem finding a way to fill your gun. Load up the cylinder and your 10 round rotary mag, and blast away at targets with the precision of a field target rifle. The Field and Target keeps the excellent 2-stage adjustable metal trigger of the original Marauder. Benjamin's attention to craftsmanship has resulted in a rifle that shoots as good as it looks. A walnut checkered stock with adjustable comb has all the quality you'd normally see in higher-end European airguns. Ditching the 11mm Dovetail rail in favor of a long Weaver rail allows for even more optics options. With a balance of top-notch features, power and accuracy, the Marauder Field and Target Edition builds on the Marauder's legacy as a premium PCP, without a premium price-tag.

Benjamin Marauder Field And Target Features:

  • 10-shot bolt action repeater 
  • Uses compressed air: Up to 3000 psi
  • On Board Regulator provides long and consistent shot strings
  • Features a new, redesigned barrel 
  • 2-stage adjustable match trigger...and the trigger blade is metal!
  • Raised aluminum breech for easier loading of circular magazine
  • Weaver/Picatinny scope mounting rail
  • Turkish Walnut stock with adjustable comb and checkered forearm (stock stain may be lighter or darker than shown in our images)
  • Reversible bolt -- switch from right to left side
  • Built-in air pressure gauge (manometer)
  • Full length barrel shroud for quiet shooting
  • Air reservoir ends with a male quick-disconnect Foster fitting for fast refills 
  • Includes one magazine and sling swivel studs
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 830 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 8.20
  • Overall Length 43.00
  • Barrel Length 20.00
  • Loudness 2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 10
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail Weaver/Picatinny
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 80
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 5-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.2
4.012 Reviews
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3.0
By JeffUSAAugust 12, 2022 Verified Purchase

Final thought, the MRODS are great rifles mounted on Pop Cycle sticks. Buy one and get a custom built stock!

Pros
The receiver, barrel, action, and triggers, are great straight out of the box. I must have drawn a great air system, as it had 3000 psi on the dot. The air gauge, reads the same as on my air compressor. Through in a temporary scope, and certainly the worst scope I have, but immediately on paper at 25 yards. Two more shot for zero, and immediately putting shots hole in hole for a couple of ten shot mags. Right now Crosman Premier.22 cal, 14.3 grain hollow points are all I have to test, as the only other .22 is a break barrel.

Cons
Crosman / Benjamin, don't waste your time and money on fake test targets. The one hole in the target sent with my rifle could not have even been made with a .177 cal let alone .22. The stock has gouged and missing wood on one side next to the air cylinder. What ever country is being used now, China / Turkey, its a serious hack job, but I will live with it until I have a custom Boyds Gunstock made for it. The cut out cheek riser doesnt even line up well. I have Chinese Les Paul guitars that are 100% better fit and finish than this wood stock at 1/4th the price.

5.0
By JasonJuly 10, 2022

I did a ton of research on this for close to a year before purchasing. I was concerned about the reviews from others of the air rifle not holding air and needing to be sent back. This was not the case for me. Everything (minus the five (5) shot target enclosed) was top notch. Shipping, Rifle, Accuracy, & Velocity Consistency. A three (3) shot string went as follows: First Shot - 843, Second Shot - 860, & Third Shot - 852. So the average there is 851.67. Not too bad for an advertised 850FPS air rifle! This was done with just under 3,000psi in the tank. Anyone on the fence....just do it! I'm beyond thrilled with this air rifle.

Pros
Right out of the box I was impressed. Came double boxed & the standard Benjamin box inside the first box had more than enough shipping Styrofoam to ensure the rifle would make the journey unharmed. The stock was beautiful. I'd read that they come in varying shades & this one was perfect. The air rifles are now shipped with 0psi in the tanks. But there is an inspection form that said the gun was tested & held air for 72hrs before shipping. There was also a target in the box with five (5) shots @ 10yds. I'm extremely skeptical on this though as the target is almost surely a .177 target based on the size of the hole & there is no Ammo/Caliber/Grain or Tested By: information filled out. I checked the gun/fittings/etc, mounted my 3x9x44 Optic, filled the air rifle up to just a tickle under 3,000psi, & started shooting. Two (2) shots to zero at 20yds and then the following 28 shots were pretty much variants in the same hole easily covered by a nickel. Super impressed with the accuracy!!!

Cons
Nothing about the air rifle itself. I'm just let down that they would ship a five (5) shot group target of a .177 and say it's for this .22 when it clearly is not a .22 size hole. Picture of target attached. You be the judge.

5.0
By CameronMarch 23, 2022

It’s worth trying different ammo as some shoots way better than others for me. Crossman domed and pointed seem to be best for me.

Pros
Next level airgun for me. It’s my first pcp and I could not be happier. I have not experienced the quality issues mentioned in other reviews. Mine came with 3k psi in the tank so I know it holds pressure well. This gun is very very accurate. I got the lothar barrel and I’m shooting single jagged holes at 25-30. Aside from the weight, which is surprisingly heavy, I would not change a thing. It pumps easily, shoots hard and quiet, and drives tacks. I haven’t even had the heart to shoot any squirrels yet as it just seems too easy. They won’t have a chance. Also, I had a question on the operation of the gun when I first got it. I called and got a patient and thorough explanation from AD. Well done all around.

1.0
By DonaldUSAFebruary 22, 2021 Verified Purchase

I suspect Benjamin may have a problem. I returned the first rifle as per my review 02-06-2021. Wouldn't hold air out of the box. The rifle received as a replacement held air perfectly for three weeks. It began to leak and got progressively worse. when it went into it's box for return it was losing dropping to 1600 psi from a 3000psi fill in 24 hrs. Too bad. I f this thing would hold air it would check all the boxes. Crosman may have a problem. Be very wary. on a positive note AD has been exceptional to work with throughout. One star Crosman, five stars Airgun Depot.

Pros
Accurate, made in USA,

Cons
I would produce one that would hold air.

5.0
By DonaldUSAFebruary 6, 2021 Verified Purchase

The first rifle I received didn't hold air. AD was wonderful to work with in obtaining a replacement. Ten days after I called them with the problem I received a-rifle-that-does-hold-air. I mounted a Leupold VX-Freedom 3-9 EFR on Weaver medium mounts. Mounted perfectly. You guy's can have your 50mm objectives (or larger!). With the scope mounted close over the bore I've got a true 2" point blank to 25 yds. with 14.3s. 3/4 inch groups @ 75. When Leupold's custom shop gets back to work I'll send the scope to Oregon for an MOA reticule. Crosman 14.3s run 816 fps, 24 ES for 60 shots from a 3000 PSI charge. Long strings of 814 to 818 FPS. JSBs shoot at about 765. I only shot 10 for group and 5 over the Chrony. This Crosman barrel shoots amazingly well! Four out of the seven mags I originally received worked flawlessly. AD immediately shipped three more magazines. I now have six functional mags and four I can fix until I break them. If anybody out there wants a shooter, buy one.

Pros
Accurate, whisper quiet, accurate, shoots CPHPs and CPDUM 14.3s almost as well as JSB Exact 18.13s, accurate. Walmart has CPHPs @ $650 per 500.

Cons
An adjustable regulator would be nice.

5.0
By StaceyUSAJuly 1, 2020

The Marauder is my first PCP air gun. I purchased the field and target in 22 caliber. I highly recommend this rifle. Prior to buying the Marauder, I was unhappy with the noise and accuracy of my break-barrel, gas-piston rifle. I was looking for a rifle that was quiet and accurate with a Picatinny rail. I mounted a Leupold 2-7x33 scope. I'm now able to shoot 1/4" groups at 20 yards with the JSB Jumbo Heavy Diabolo pellets, 18.13gr. The rifle is also very quiet as advertised. I am now able to take squirrels/chipmunks at 20 yards with complete confidence and without disturbing the neighbors. I purchased the hand pump at the same time as the rifle and both have worked flawlessly. I have tried two other pellets for hunting: JSB Diabolo Hades (15.89 gr) and the H&N Barracuda Hunter Extreme (18.52 gr). Both pellets expand well. I am able to shoot the same point-of-aim/point-of-impact with the JSB Hades and JSB Jumbo Heavy. The H&N pellet groups low relative to the JSB pellets.

Pros
Accurate - this rifle is as accurate as your scope and set up allow. I'm getting 1/4" groups at 20 yards. Quiet - I measured 85 dB up close, and 73 dB about 10 yards away Picatinny Rail - allows for more options for optics Adjustable Comb - a big plus for proper scope alignment Trigger - measured 1lb first stage and 2lb second stage Hardwood Stock - high quality, heavy at 8 lbs Swivel Studs - plus for bi-pod and sling, sling is necessary for field carry

Cons
Rifle does not come with a single-shot tray

4.0
By RaymondUSAMay 23, 2020

My air rifle came with a leak in the fill assembly. I took it apart about 5 times trying to identify the leak. I sprayed it down with soapy water but none of that was very conclusive. So I replaced the fill assembly and it resolved the issue. It took a lot of time to figure this out. Anyway, they should not ship that way but it was probably less hassle to fix it myself, IMHO. Since I could become familiar with the rifle right away...

Pros
This air rifle is very quiet and accurate in .177. There is really no need for a moderator/silencer/suppressor unless you want to be ninja quiet. I get very man shots in this caliber and the action is very smooth and predictable. This rifle has taken many birds and squirrels so far. I very much like that it comes with sling attachment points as well. They're necessary if carrying.

Cons
The magazines are cheap and cheaply made. I am not sure this is a negative or a positive. Because you can treat em like trash and buy new ones whenever necessary. My rifle did not come with a single shot tray and I would have expected this to come in the box.

5.0
By KyleUSAMarch 30, 2019

I have been shooting this air rifle since I got it and loving every minute of it. I would recommend this rifle to anybody. The accuracy is right on at thirty yards and I got one inch group at 55 yards. I tried many types of pellets and it seems to like Crosman Premier Domed 0.22 Caliber

4.0
By AlanUSAFebruary 25, 2019

the rifle is great works awesome only reason for not giving 5 stars is there was nicks on the stock out of the box but that don't hurt the workings of the rifle at all

Pros
great accuracy easy to pump up with hand pump

Cons
other than the little cosmetics none

3.0
By JamesUSAJune 18, 2018

Upon receiving my new Benjamin Marauder Field and Target right out of the box I was very impressed with the craftsmanship and quality of the rifle. I felt that the stock was a better quality than I had expected with a clean and smooth finish. Crossman confirmed that this version does not come with a regulator on and off switch. When shiped the rifle is double boxed and well protected and upon careful examination it had no nick's or scratches. The reason for the 3 stars is due to the fact that the rifle I received was defective. This was no fault of Airgun Depot or a shipping issue but someone in QC (quality control) let this one get by. Though the pressure gauge on the rifle when unboxed was reading 3000psi it would not dry fire even after several attempts. You can only imagine how disappointed I was and eventually contacting Crossman tec support suggested it may be a faulty pressure regulator. This was determined due to the fact that the rifle would not dry fire as well these rifles are not shiped with that high of psi. In the box comes a paper target that had a 5 shot group punched out from 10 yards about the size of a pea with the inspector initials on it. Which leaves me to question if this gun was inspected at all. Nevertheless Airgun Depot was real gracious in expediting its return. Thus the verdict is still out and when my new Benjamin Marauder Field and Target is received and I actually get to shoot it I'll review it again. I just hope I get a good one this time.

Cons
I've known Crossman quality over several decades and never had an issue with any of their products. Thus I have determined that the rifle I received was a fluke and with high expectations will receive a good one in exchange.

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Can the buyer switch the bolt to left hand?

asked Don from USA

Is the regulator adjustable?

asked Stephen from USA

No

Joseph from USA

Does the F&T come with a picatinny or weaver mounting rail?

asked Richard from USA

Weaver/Picatinny scope mounting rail. It accomodates both.

Mark from USA

Does the field and target come in synthetic

asked Jorge from USA

No. Only in a wood stock.

Mark from USA

Why would I want the higher price barrel? If there's a reason I'll buy it. If not, what's the point?

asked Timothy from USA

I updated my Gen2 SYNROD .22 with a LW barrel and it's much less pellet picky than the original Crossman barrel. I understand the quality on the newer Crossman barrels is good, but for me the LW barrel was night and day better (< 1/2" groups at 30 yards with a variety of pellets).

Steve from USA

If you are asking that question, then you don't need or warrant the Lothar Walther barrel...stick with the Crosman barrel.

Joseph from USA

LW barrels have a well deserved reputation for accuracy. Some customers prefer that quality edge. The Crosman barrels do shoot well. The F T model is regulated. That is the major difference.

Mark from USA

Is the Field and Target rifle recommended for hurting or should I buy the Hurting Marauder instead?

asked Ed Green

what are the lowest ring size that can be used with 30mm scope

asked Glenn

I am living in India can I import this gun

asked A.V PATTERSON SURESH

Hi folks, seriously looking to purchase this gun in synthetic; I need to know if I can get this gun pre-tuned for about 900 FPS and approximately 35 FPE and not sacrifice accuracy. I really would like to have this shop tuned ready to go for long distance (50-100yd hunting) out of the box when I receive it. Any thoughts ?? -Dave

asked dbrowning

Get a different gun

Jeffrey from USA

I would like a single shot trey. Are they available for sale some place

asked John broe

If you have access to a 3D printer there are models for the .177 and .22 trays on Thingiverse.com. I printed one for my .22 and it works/fits great.

Steve from USA

How can I tell if the Marauder I will buy is the regulated model?

asked Alberto from Philippines

Does the end piece at the end of the barrel unscrew?

asked Casey from USA

How do you charge this rifle?

asked Dave

Does this Rifle in .22Cal have a Lothar Walther Barrel?

asked Gary from USA

does the .22 call come with a Walther Barrel?

asked Gary from USA

Does the .22 cal have a Walther Barrel?

asked Gary from USA

i thought this rifle was regulated, am i wrong to assume that it isnt? or does it come regulated.?

asked Brad

When will a black synthetic version of this Field and Target be available for purchase?

asked Evo
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