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Benjamin Marauder (First Generation), .177 cal

Features a Monte Carlo Hardwood Stock

Benjamin Marauder (First Generation), .177 cal

Was $519.99
  • List Price $599.99
  • Code: benjamin-marauder-pcp-air-rifle-177 · 0.177 cal · 1100 fps ·
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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. Reversible bolt for left- or right-handed shooters.** Simplified the breech design for assembly, service and to provide a more stable platform for larger scopes.

The Benjamin Marauder is one of the most anticipated rifles we have had for a long time, and Crosman's limited release of 100 Marauders sold out in one hour! Built with reliable internals and externals and modeled after the extremely popular Korean PCPs the Marauder will give you accuracy and power for a nominal price!

  • 10-shot repeater with auto-indexing feature
  • Uses compressed air (up to 3,000 psi)
  • 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 10-shot clip
  • Accepts 2-piece scope mount (does not come with sights)
  • Hardwood Monte Carlo stock with dual raised cheek pieces and checkered grip & forearm
  • Built-in pressure gauge
  • Quick-disconnect Foster fittings for fast refills
  • Includes sling swivel studs & degassing tool (to remove air from reservoir)

Caliber: .177
Max Velocity: 1100 fps
Loudness: 2-Low-Medium
Weight: 7.50 lbs
Overall Length: 43.00"
Capacity: 10 round(s)
Barrel: Rifled
Front Sight: None
Rear Sight: None
Scopeable: 11mm dovetail
Trigger adj.: Two-stage adjustable
Buttpad: Ventilated rubber
Suggested for: Small game hunting/plinking
Action: Bolt-action
Powerplant: PCP
Safety: Manual
Repeater: Yes/Multi-shot

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  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity1100 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleFixed Barrel
  • Fire ModeBolt Action Magazine
  • Gun Weight8
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Benjamin Marauder (First Generation), .177 cal Reviews
5 Stars based on 8 Review(s)
Douglas, AZ
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Simply Awesome!
June 8, 2013
This is by far the best deal you can get in the PCP world! Out of the box you get a very nice looking rifle, Monte Carlo raised cheek piece, 10 shot magazine, bolt action, moderated and a low price compared to the European brands! The BM is back yard friendly, accurate and consistent. The only negative to the BM's account is the weight and possibly the shot count at a larger caliber. I would recommend this PCP to anyone who wants a great deal and great all around PCP for the money!.
Accurate! Powerful! Consistent! Quiet!

Apache Junction, Arizona
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great rifle!
February 24, 2012
Wasn't sure this rifle would perform as well as a 1,600 dollar rifle I saw someone shoot at a range. He also had about a 400 dollar scope. Put 9 pellets in just about the same hole from 18 yards with the rifle locked in position. I have a $65.00 scope (4x12x40 on mine, have done no tuning whatsoever. Am only shooting at 25 feet (too windy outside) but just now shot the full clip and you cannot push a cigarette thru the hole. Keep in mind if you will that I am no expert shooter and the rifle was NOT locked down, just resting on a towel on top on a chair. I picked a scope (made a mistake it is a 3x12x40) that has a parallax down to 5 yards as I usually only shoot rattlesnakes and can see them real clear up close. Well, not THAT close. About the speed tho, maybe with a real light pellet you might get 1100 fps, but mine is firing 860 fps with 10.5 grain pellets made by H&N Sport barracuda match dome type. I notice that most of the reviews are from a few years ago, so thought it would be good to have an up to date one. Another thing about being quiet. When I was at the range, another man there had an $800 PCP rifle with a big silencer on the barrel. The Marauder was a lot quieter than his. This is the first PCP I have ever owned and don't think I will ever need another.
SO QUIET! Bolt works just fine, easy to load the cylinder with pellets.
Only fault I could find is the finish of the stock. But for the price, I can live with it. Kinda wish it had a better grain.

Houston, Tx
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Easy to power and use. Solidly built.
November 25, 2011
New to quality air rifles and only a little experience with guns in general. Bought this rifle for 'varmint' and snake protection. The rifle is solidly built and after studying the safety and setup/loading material, found it simple to setup and 'scope in'. Although I could have spent much less on a BB gun or cheap pellet gun, I'm glad I bought this rifle. Rifle is very quiet and no significant kick. Factor settings (trigger and power level) are good for a beginner to use out of the box. A good gunsman could probably sight this rifle, but I purchased a scope and am glad I did. Much more expensive than the 'toys' you can purchase at big box stores and worth it. Starter accessories - Pellets, cleaning kit, strap/sling, case, scuba yoke adapter (if using scuba cylinder for power), safety glasses (multiple pairs unless you plan to shoot by yourself), multiple cartidges. Purchased the $90 Benjamin yoke adapter because it looked sturdier than others and it is sturdy.
PCP was easy to power (using scuba cylinders) and multi-shot cartridge allows simple bolt action to take multiple shots. Well built and took just a little practice to feel comfortable shooting accurately.
Recommended scope mount didn't work with the multi-shot cartridge, needed higher mounting. Manufacturer manuals lack detail. For instance, - would like instruction on removing the bolt for cleaning. - assembly / disassembly instructions and parts (exploded view). - recommended pellets by use -- general use, target shooting, range based. Provide a basic accessory list for first time buyers.

Jared G.
5 Stars

January 27, 2011
This gun is probably one of the best I have ever used. Would recommend for anyone interested in a pcp pellet gun. Cannot stress how little kick it has. One of the quietest and most accurate of all pellet guns today. Make sure to have split brackets for scope (btw). I hunt small varmints almost everyday and I can hit anything I aim at. I have even plinked pennies off of a wooden post without even trying. Gun has no iron sights and does not come with scope but any scope will do. I Have had this gun for a while and the only thing i can say is I LOVE it. Purely AMAZING!

5 Stars

January 18, 2011
Incredible gun. I have had Gamo springers and the Benjiman Blue Streak and this blows them out of the water. Obviously you canāt compare a $200 gun to a $500 Marauder, but that all I have for comparison. The trigger is outstanding. I like it better than the trigger on my National Match AR-15 and thatās a +$1000 gun! Everything on the gun is solid metal or wood. It is a quality rifle. The best part is that it shoots like my other hunting rifles. No special holds or techniques are required for accuracy. I shoot many more pellets than centerfire rounds. Now when I shoot pellets itās just like practicing with my big guns. It is also great for flinch reduction. With the lack of recoil and noise I find I am not flinching at all. Many times I can watch the pellet! Accuracy? At 10 yards I shot a group the size of a cigarette! I head shot a sparrow that was behind a branch. Besides the aforementioned AR-15 this is the most accurate gun I have ever shot. It is ALOT of money if you are used to home store springers. But after your first trigger pull you will know where your money went. Itās worth every penny to know you are going to hit what you aim at!

Jerry C.
5 Stars

I got em Both
November 4, 2009
Got my 177 caliber today and it zips down field on the money. I can't pick one from teh other they are all three good in their own way. The Discovery is light but Loud, the marauder's are not too heavy,, I can carry it good enought to take it in the woods and do a days hunting or plinking. But I had one real problem,,, I told you all that if there was any freebies in the store to put them in the box,, and i shook and shook the box and not one freebie fell out... Well I gues I can't have it all LOL. I would also buy the 25 caliber in this Gun if they would make it,, the power supply is plenty big enought to make it happen, lots of power to spare in this power house. Folks when you buy these guns you'll take accuracy for granit. The only thing that will out shoot this gun at 25 yards is My Ruger 1022 custom, with a varminter barell and a customised trigger, and then I have to use the high speed federal ammo, 36 grain hollopoints to make that happen. No other gun that I have owned can out perform this Marauder rifle or the Discovery at 25 yards.. Thanks Depot for a fine product,,, Be seeing ya,,. Have a good day.. Jerry C. Princeton Wv...

5 Stars

Marauder 22 Cal
July 15, 2009
Buy it ! Got mine a few weeks ago. Got the pump and chrony too. Went thru the Crosman blog for tuning. Shooting CP's I am getting 965 fps average. The accuracy is almost unbelievable !!! I had to check the taret at 25 yards to make sure it was actually hitting the same exact hole every shot. Moved out to 50 yards and the groups are beyond belief...Dime size at most...And this is 30 shots ! Buy plenty of pellets and extra clips. You will need them as it is such a pleasure to shoot, you will run thru boxes of them. Crosman needs to make a clip that will accept some of the longer pellets like the JSB Predators. You can load these one at a time but it is a bit tough. Excellent results though. Quiet as a mouse to boot ! The stock could use some fancying up. A bit of stain on the checkering and a few coats of Tru-Oil and it looks like a million pretty quick. Bottom line: it is more than worth what they are asking for this rifle. You will NOT be disappointed

5 Stars

June 19, 2009
I am not a professional Airgunsman and was brought into it as I had a need to eliminate house sparrows that were tormenting my wild birds. I originally purchased a Crosman break barrel rifle and not matter how much I adjusted the rifle/scope combinations, I was only successful approx 35% of the time hitting a sparrow at 30 yrds. After doing much research on the new Crosman Marauder, I decided to purchase a .177 with a Centerpointe 8-32x56 scope. After I received the rifle and scope, I took the opportunity to review the brilliant and informative blog on the Crosman website where tests and adjustments were made to help decide what would best meet your requirements. I decided that the default 850 fps and 2500 PSI fill would meet my needs and after approx 45 minutes of adjustment, I am totally blown away with this gun. Not only is extremely accurrate but it is also very very quite with almost no kickback. All in all this is a fantastic gun and I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting a top quality PCP air rifle. While the rifle and scope combination was a little expensive, in the end, it was well worth the expense. Make sure you order the correct size dovetails high mounts to match the scope ordered.

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By asd from asd on August 19, 2012
Does this gun come with the hand pump and other accessories? Or do I have to buy the kit to get all that.
By Staff on August 21, 2012

This only comes with the gun and the mag. You can buy the pump and accessories separately. We do not have a kit with everything included for this rifle.

By David from Tory AL.. on May 7, 2012
dose this come in 22cal and a black stock
By Staff on May 9, 2012

I am sorry but while the marauder Does come in .22 caliber, It only comes in wood stock.

By Ben Spruill from Pineville,La. on November 14, 2011
What scope would be recommend for the Marauder?
By Dave from Phoenix, Az on November 20, 2011

Check out the Hawke line of scopes. I have Hawke scopes on three of my air guns and they are excellent buys for the money.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 31, 2012

A 4-12X44mm
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

An 8-32x50 scope.

By Rerdmann from Warden, Wa on January 6, 2012
Is there performance difference between using Co2 (2000 psi) or compressed air (3000 psi) for my maurader .25
By don from Concord, California on January 9, 2012

I buy only .177 caliber. The elevation in PSI will cause the hammer to hit harder and it is recommended that you adjust the striker for higher pressures. There is no difference between CO2 and oxygen as a propellent. But I highly recommend that you buy a high quality chronograph to measure your pellet velocity. This is key. I'm sure AIRGUN DEPOT can sell you a good chronograph at a reasonable price.

By fernando henrique from brazil on April 24, 2012
By Staff on April 24, 2012

Thank you for you interest.

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By Robert from Jensen, Utah on May 13, 2012
Do you have to buy the pump for the Benjamin Marauder PCP Air Rifle .177 cal Repeater, or does it come with it.

By Staff on May 21, 2012

It does not come with a pump, it is recommended to fill this rifle with the scuba tank adapter in place of a pump as you will get more pressure.

By Dave from Phoenix, Az on November 20, 2011
I've heard that the barrels of the Marauder can be "iffy". Did you have issues?
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 31, 2012

Sometimes there is a faulty barrel, but overall, they are fine.
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

I haven't encountered any.....

By gary from La Crosse, Wisconsin on August 11, 2012
How many shots before recharging?

By from Hooksett, NH on August 12, 2012
How long can you store air in the gun? Does it need to be emptied after each use?

By Dave from Hagerstown Maryland on June 9, 2012
PLEASE HELP I just got my .25 mrod .I need to find a way to fill it .Is there any inexpensive ways to do it? I also need scope moounts
By Staff on June 11, 2012

Hello, to fill a PCP gun you will need to either get a hand pump or a scuba pump set up (more expensive).
You may also be able to get it filled from a local sports shop using these methods.

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