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Benjamin Marauder (First Generation), .22 cal

Features a Monte Carlo Hardwood Stock

Benjamin Marauder (First Generation), .22 cal

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  • List Price $599.99
  • Code: BJ-BP2263 · 0.22 cal · 1000 fps ·
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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 (only 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: .22
Max Velocity: 1000 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
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Velocity1000 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), .22 cal Reviews
5 Stars based on 16 Review(s)
Sacramento, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Cordless Drill "Lithium"
May 22, 2013
Out of the box today... Now I've owned plenty of Gamo spring rifles even my original child hood Red Rider. But none have made me feel like a kid again, not in a long time. The Marauder melted my day away and targets knelt before its thunder. The only reason to reference good old Red is to comparably speak of the noise level. The Benjamin Marauder "BM" sounds like two pillows smacking together with a small twang from an interior spring! I cough louder than this and it make me jealous that I startle the critters before my rifle. For those of you with Gamo Whispers it puts them to shame with its shrouded barrel, three fold better. My grumpy neighbor yells at me the first round fired with the .177 gamo whisper. Not with the BM! Eighty rounds and counting and not a peep out of Mr. Wilson. He must think I stopped shooting, lol! Little does he know and it will be our secret. The rotary ten round magazines have all cycled very efficiently with no hang ups. Only draw back is that I can't insert poly mags into the clip do to the length of the pellet. Rocket steel tipped rounds how ever are amazing and at 87 feet/ 28 yards three round groups touched constantly. The Marauder out performs my cordless lithium drill, its pin point. I'm greatly impressed by such tight groups. With previous .177 rifles and gamo rocket ammo shots never were consistent, but now they are. More information and data is needed for a more thorough review on pellets. My chronograph arrives in two weeks, its back ordered. I will post future reviews of the pellet performances out of the BM. Complimented with a walnut laser etched stock one begins to drool. Handle it with care as its smooth balanced finish deserves to be treated with respect. Personally attaching a bi pod to the front swivel mount to insure a steady shot while keeping the rifle elevated and preventing scratches is a must. As well as a scope with 11 mm dove tail mounts. I selected a Sweet 22 scope its a great combination. Filling the rifle off a scuba tank takes seconds and I curse at ever having had to pump rifles by hand in the past. One fill at 3000 psi and I shot four clips and still was at 1500 psi. After topping off the rifle I fired four more clips with no flaws or jams. The fully adjustable trigger has me curious, but the factory setting are nothing to be ashamed of. Rather I couldn't ask for a crisper or smoother trigger pull out of the box as evident with grouping. Crosman varmint targets provide a good reference point as well as a critter of choice. They stood no chance as did two unsuspecting critters at 30-35 yards. One shot, one kill repeated twice. A large thump form the .22 cal pellet impact and instant inertia transfer left no room for spasms/ twitching or a follow up shot need be wasted. My Review: Five starts and a twinkle in my eye! I've never been happier or more proud to have a pellet rifle in my collection. I cant wait for the sun to rise tomorrow. My prediction plenty of Thunder
- Smooth trigger system, fully adjustable - Accuracy and very low noise level db - Rotary ten round magazines - Pre charged - Walnut stock with swivel mounts
- A little heavy, a bi pod helps though - That I don't have two and have to share!

Mad Ratter
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

(sigh) --- no 6th star ...
February 13, 2012
Quiet. Try dry-firing it (with no pellet aboard) --- it sounds like a cross between a ballpoint pen and a rubber ball bouncing. You'll think it malfunctioned. It didn't. Accurate. once properly set up and tuned, 30-yard groups of 10 shots (off a benchrest) can fit inside a 3/8" circle. Really. Pellets. I favor Crosman Pointed Hunting, JSB Jumbo, and Predator Polymags. The Crosmans gave me the group mentioned. The Predators are right behind, and are the most weirdly-effective airgun ammo I've ever seen. (Not for amateurs or "silly" people: you absolutely CAN modify a Marauder magazine to hold 10 Predators. It involves lathe-turning a channel into the clear mag cover. If you can't visualize the exact setup I'm talking about, don't even think of trying it!!! Mine has been running jam-free for hundreds of rounds. Be gentle with your gear!) Heavy. it is. Capacity. I put 3000psi from a SCUBA tank in and get 40 consistent shots easily. I have chrony data somewhere. Ona 100' x 100' property, plenty of tuned shots. (Note that your accuracy may be better at, say, 800fps than 950fps. It won't matter to a sheet of paper, and it won't matter to a "pest," either. Just have your ballistics and your optics straight. You don't need to blow a whole bunch of extra air out on each shot. If you're serious about this stuff --- and this is a very serious gun (well, all guns are) --- then buy, beg, borrow, or steal a chrony and check muzzle velocities at various settings. Check terminal velocities at your intended ranges. Set up for that, and get a ton of shots at effective energy levels.) Uses. Use your imagination. It's an amazing target piece. It also helps in preserving garden integrity.
Darned near everything. Seriously. Would I recommend it? I would practically force a friend to buy it, "at gunpoint," if necessary. :) The machined scope grooves make for a beautiful experience. (I'd prefer standard Picatinny, but not much of an issue.
The factory magazine doesn't accept "long" loads like Predators. I own a mini-lathe. This problem no longer affects me. :) I'd like a detent in the bolt-back position. It's troublesome when the bolt gets nudged and a pellet gets chambered before you want it there.

Appleton NY
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Pros n Cons
November 23, 2013
I love the Noise Suppression on the Benjamin Marauder PCP 22 Cal Air Rifle, and the Repeater Clip option.. The Bolt action is smooth, and the dual trigger avoids mistakes. The Benjamin Marauder is a High Velocity 22 Cal. weighing in at a solid 8 lbs, especially with a Hawke Scope, and the Wood forearm and Stock. "This is Not your typical Toy Air Rifle' Too Heavy for Children to hold or carry safely."
THE QUIETEST Air Rifle we have seen yet. Air Pressure Holding Capacity is a major plus, making it a great candidate for a repeater.. Keeps fps/velocity high for many shots before any loss of pressure. That keeps accuracy consistent. Fired several clips of 10 shots each with no significant air pressure loss.. at 1000 fps with an 18 grn 22 Cal, it packs a punch.
Weight can be a factor if your carrying it around.. Also wish it had peep sights.. Barrel Floats and seems independent from rail for scope. Also Note some High Velocity Pellets will NOT fit the repeater clip, but CAN still be hand loaded as single shot bolt action.

West Seattle, WA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

5 stars but only one minor annoyance - limited pellets it uses
April 26, 2013
This is a really cool rifle. It feels good, handles well and shoots extremely well. So far I've only used it with the hand pump (last night) because I have trouble finding a place to fill tanks in my neighborhood. Well, I'm new at it so friends are helping get that solved. This gun is extremely quiet. hardly any recoil. A pleasure to shoot. Loading the magazines is tricky the first time. Then you have to be sure you use premium ammo that fits. Some ammo has a wide skirt that doesn't go in well and some is just too long. When the plastic cover closes, sometimes the end of the ammo gets damaged if it didn't go all the way in. That just takes practice and insuring you're using good ammo. The clips are real easy to change out. 10 rounds per clip is nice. When a clip is empty, the bolt stays back letting you know. No firing empty rounds that way. My only real annoyance is ammo has to be short. The longer high velocity or hunting pellets are too long to fit in the clip. They should have added a little to the thickness of the clip to accommodate longer ammo. Or maybe they didn't because it would end up being too deadly? I did put a few shots through a 3/4" plywood back stop and found the pellets embedded in the side of my garage. I guess the higher end pellets would have displayed a more exciting and impressive impact?
Very quiet. Handles well. Fast to change magazines. Quite accurate. Virtually no recoil.
Magazines needed to be thicker to allow for the longer high end pellets - like ones for hunting or hypersonic pellets.

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Air Rifle
April 26, 2013
Man, what a pleasant surprise. This rifle is everything the reviews said it was. Very accurate, great trigger and very low noise. I shoot centerfire benchrest, so if it is not accurate, it is not interesting. I ordered the .22 cal. The review said they shot the Crosman Premier 14.3 grain round nose pellets for good accuracy. Not good accuracy, but GREAT ACCURACY. Now it does not like the Crosman Hollow points or some of the German match grade pellets as well as the Premier. Sighted in the rifle, put up a target at 40 feet and shot a group. The pellets just kept going in the same hole so I shot the whole 10 shot clip into the group. Measured a .144 of an inch with match grade measuring device used in benchrest matches. Besides loving the rifle, Airgun Depot was a great company to deal with and would recommend both.

north port florida
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

fantastic hunting gun
December 20, 2012
I bought this to take in my stand with me when I am pig hunting as there are a lot of birds and squirrels in my area. After sighting this gun in I have to say it is just a fantastic piece. Puts dinner on the table with no problem. Very Very accurate and super quiet.

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Super Accurate Quiet Marauder!!
November 4, 2012
First thing that I must say is nice job Crosman on the design, fit and finish, and overall quality of this air rifle. After reading the many reviews at this website and on youtube, I decided to buy a Marauder in .177 and ditch my springer. This gun is very, very quiet compared to my springer air rifle. You will only get a "thoing" sound when firing this air rifle, and I've also heard the "thwack" of the pellet hitting the game after taking the shot. You do not have to worry about noise with this gun, it is super quiet. The fit and finish is excellent. The checkering of the hardwood stock is evenly done, in a matte finish. Very good quality finish. You also get a match grade trigger with this is a pleasure to shoot! This is by far the most accurate gun I have fired in my life (either air or powder)! From a rest at 40 yards I can consistently get hit a paintball, quarter, or shotgun shell with Crosman Premier Hollowpoints. Today from 53 yards out, a squirrel dropped instantly from a head shot after squeezing off a shot from this awesome rifle. (The scope that is presently on it is a Centerpoint 4-16X40, a $70 scope from Wal-Mart). Dollar for dollar..this is by far the most air rifle you will get for your money. It has exceeded my expectations in quality, it is super quiet, and the match-grade trigger make it a pleasure to shoot. One last thing about this review, I contacted Crosman directly one afternoon in the middle of the day. The customer service was done with a live human, that spoke good English, and they did not put my on hold...good job Crosman!
Every feature about this rifle is a plus, without doubt or question. My next airgun purchase is this one in .22 cal, I own .177 now. Would you recommend this item to a friend? Absolutely...! TO ALL THE PEOPLE OUT THERE THINKING ABOUT PURCHASING THIS it! I curse at the $100 I paid for my junk springer!

5 Stars

Very Quiet
January 31, 2011
Extremely quiet. So much so that the pellet hitting the game can sound louder than the shot. Feels very heavy, but not a problem for a man or strong woman. Substantially heavier than the Discovery. Much higher-quality than the Discovery. 3000psi v.s. 2000psi; adjustable trigger; more wood and nicer looking. The 10-shot magazine is very nice. Poorly made out of plastic and a weak, poorly-attached spring, but works well while the spring holds, with no jams so far. It's not apparent whether it's cocked or not. So short of pulling the trigger, one can try cocking it again. But this chambers another round. If a pellet is already in the chamber, this second one gets stuck behind the first and will not push forward enough to allow the bolt to close. No way to get it out other than dangerously hold the bolt against the 2nd pellet and fire the gun. The shot# indicator is great. But there needs to be a "cocked" indicator, since cocking it again also attempts to chamber another round (because of the way the 10-round magazine works). Accuracy at 25 yds seems to be 1/4". More testing needed...

Wade Weston
5 Stars

After 20 Clips - Even Better!!!
April 3, 2010
Ok, so I have spent a good bit of time shooting this Marauder and it just keeps getting better and even more fun! Took me only about 10 minutes to sight it in. And as I said in my other review I also have a Gamo Whisper with Air Ventury Gas Ram, which is now up for sale :). I bought it to get the rabbits out of my yard but after nicking two of them, due to inaccurate shots, and feeling so bad about it I went on the hunt, so to speak :), for the ultimate rabbit getter. Boy did I find it with the Marauder. By the way this thing is soooo quiet as well. Off the charts!! 20 - 30 yards I am taking rabbits out on the first shot, humanely and swiftly - just behind the eye and under the ear. Aim, hold lightly, shoot, gone. Love it. Also, I am using a RedHead Bench Shooting Bag. If you are like me and don't have time to sit around and practice shooting, make sure to get one or something similar. They are great and increase your accuracy multi-fold. The other great thing is I can setup on my deck and get rabbits anywhere throughout my back yard, which is about a quarter acre. With the Gamo Whisper I couldn't do that. The Benjamin Marauder, to me, is the ultimate airgun!!

Wade Weston
5 Stars

The Ultimate Airgun!!!!
April 1, 2010
Alright, this thing is unbelievable. There is nothing more to say. I have a Gamo Whisper with the Air Ventury Gas Ram and compared to the Marauder it is child's play. Do not waste your money on anything else just step up to the plate and buy the Marauder. This thing is so fun to shoot and so accurate. It is the first time I have ever put a pellet inside the whole of the previous and my groupings were super tight. The 10 shot clip is the way to go - get 4 extra so you can load them up, wash your hands and be done for the day. Highly recommended.

5 Stars

Exceed Expectations
September 9, 2009
Fantastic! From a bench rest at 30 yards I can consistently get 5/16" groups with Crosman pointed/Copperheads (RWS doesn't seem to do quite so well, which surprised me). More tuning, maybe. I can't argue with the 30-yard groups. Who would? A word to the wise: Use a sturdy backstop. It's easy to simply drill through wood by placing pellets on top of each other --- which is weirdly easy. This gun is quiet. After shooting the Marauder my springer (a Gamo Big Cat) sounds like a train wreck. Pretty much all you get from the Marauder sound-wise is a "boing" from the hammer spring and a "thwack" at the target end. But that's the nature of the two beasts. The result is that the springer now carries an old red dot --- at 40 feet it'll hit a quarter with a 4 MOA dot. This has become the "close quarters" gun. The Marauder is more like a field rifle --- substantial, powerful, and a great fixed-position piece. Truly great. Put decent optics on it --- it'll stand up to them. A bipod or sticks are a good idea. Oh, and a 1907-style sling.

5 Stars

Top Ratedl Rifle
July 29, 2009
If you appreciate fine, accurate well made rifles or pistols and are looking to buy an air rifle this is the one for you. I put a .22 rimfire Nikon scope on its grooved receiver. Since there is no piston recoil there is no problem with damaging the scope. 30 yard 5 shot groups from a rest produced

5 Stars

Great PCP
July 15, 2009
I have the .22 version. It is a very quiet rifle.Out of the box, using JSB Diablo Exact 15.3 gr, the grouping was horrible at 30 yrds. After some gross adjustments with the hammer spring, hammer stroke and velocity the grouping is 100% better (approx 1.2" group). Will see if finer adjustment can improve its accuracy. Did I say it is very quiet?

5 Stars

Best Buy
June 28, 2009
This rifle is fantastic. Shroud, match trigger, easy to tune and bags of power right out of the box. What more can be said.... this is one of the best value for money buys out there.

Jerry C.
5 Stars

# 123 Arrived Today
June 3, 2009
The trigger was fast, I am impressed, 10 shots virtually in the same hole at 20 yards with the 14 grain pellets. The scope I ordered for it is awsome. I have the Discovery in a 177, and now the Marauder in the 22 caliber. I have only used 2000 lbs pressure on this gun and I dont think it needs more. It hit hard, and I can shot it all the way down to 1100 lbs pressure, with the same accuracy. I shot it through a 177 cablier Crosman pellet can and it was easy with this gun. The pelet on the can didnt stand a chance I hit it every time. This gun will be the one that brings crossman out in the open,. I'm not downing my Discovery, I love it too. I can't trade one for the other. But the trigger on this Marauder is fast and it leaves you no chance of pulliing off . Good Job Folks. This is a keeper. I'm leaving it charged tonight on 1900 lbs and tomarrow I'll shoot be another round but this gun has no problems that I can see of right now.

5 Stars

Adjust Power
April 17, 2009
At all excelent rifle, just if would have a power adjusting knob... Would be double like that! I would like to test it and buy it. A larger air tank should be also avilable. Or aditional one in the stock or anywhere. Under the existing one.

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By Dave from Indian Trail, NC on March 30, 2012
Does the .22 caliber rifle come with a pump? Looks like the .177 says it is included but nothing for this rifle??
By Staff on April 2, 2012

You can get a pump, but it is sold separately.

By Rusty from Durham, NC on December 30, 2011
How many shots can be fired with a full air tank

By Steve from Baton Rouge, LA on January 9, 2012

I get about 20 shots or two clips. I start with the pressure around 2500 pounds and at the end of 20 shots its around 1500 pounds. You can tell the velocity is down but I don't know how much. The rifle is still accurate at 1500 pounds.
By Rowdy from Orange, TX on January 11, 2012

Around 40 shots per fill. (@3000 psi)
20 of those shots being really powerful and extremely accurate.
Once you get closer to 2000 psi, the velocity drops off rapidly.
By Ryan from Muscatine, IA on January 26, 2012

You should expect 25-35 shots depending on how the gun is tuned.

By Jacqueline from New York, New York on February 8, 2012
What size scope and mount can you use on this?
By Mad Ratter from NY on February 12, 2012

Bear in mind that you will have to "bridge the gap" over the magazine receiver. This can make things a little complicated with very short optics, or may require two "shorty" Picatinny adapters.

I use a singl Picatinny adapter rail, which I strongly recommend as this only adds only a little height and allows a pretty full range of mounting options. You may need to file the "hanging" end of the adapter a bit --- well worth the trouble, IMHO. Again, the spacing available on your scope tube may be a factor. (If this question pops up again I'll take the dimensions i have and post them.)

I had a spare set of Warne QD rings, so they live on the Marauder. Yes, they are a bit heavy. Yes, they are a bit pricey. But --- they come off and go back on with absolute bench-vise durability and repeatability. Sometimes (not often) I switch out to a Bushnell Trophy red dot. (I have a final setup target with a single half-inch hole --- 10 shots, from 50 feet.)

I've been using a Leapers 3-12x44 Mini AO with absolutely stunning success from yards out to 35 yards. The Hated Rodents are stunned, too. (The elevation turret range and AO make the mounting height moot, if you know your clicks. I use a Patent Pending device that snaps to specific ranges, so the height makes no difference and a 15-fot shot is as fast and the same as a ninety-foot shot.

By Drew from Ne on June 14, 2012
I have a co2 tank that I use to refill paintball tanks, and in my beer making.... does the scuba adaptor fit standard co2 tanks, or would I need to invest in a different rig?

By vd from vero beach on January 20, 2012
It's written 299 on the first page show why is it 469.90 when I want to buy it ?

By Staff on January 23, 2012

I only show it for $469.90.

By Janis from sunderland ,united kingdom on April 2, 2012
can you its possible post this rifle to uk? iff yes how much das it cost?
By Staff on April 3, 2012

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By vakho from Tbilisi, Georgia on May 27, 2012
..Hi....i need benjamin marauder 22....but i need full complection.....and how mach is prize..ful complection..?))
...and when it vil bi in Georgia after order.....?.........and i need ony U.S.A . made...........not china.................thank you.
By Staff on May 30, 2012

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The need for licenses and permits are determined by you local city officials. You will need to check with your city to know if you will need any permits, though in most cases no permit is needed.
By Staff on May 31, 2012

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The need for licenses and permits are determined by you local city officials. You will need to check with your city to know if you will need any permits, though in most cases no permit is needed.

By Jay from Iowa on November 13, 2011
Does this come with the air pump or air tank or are those extra cost "accessory" items?
By Staff on November 14, 2011

The gun has a built in air reservoir but the pump is sold separately. However, we will be doing a package deal soon and will have the gun and pump sold as a package together and a discounted price.

By richard from aiken,sc on February 26, 2012
does a pump come included?
By Staff on March 5, 2012

Not with this gun.

By Blake from Burns, Tennessee on February 11, 2012
About how many shots can i pull of without noticing a difference in the FPS
By shane from charter oak, iowa on February 20, 2012

About 30 to 40 shots before your marauder starts shooting lower groups.

By Bob of Danville from Danville KY on March 17, 2012
I'm buying a benjemin maurader... the question is - What scope to mount? Sure would appreciate some insight and recomendations from users.

Thanks so much.

Bob of Danville
By Combat Carl from Florida on May 5, 2012

Hey Bob, check out LEAPERS 5th gen scopes. look at the 3-16x40 A/O or the 4-16x50 A/O. Just make sure that you get Medium to tall rings for clearance on the magazine slot. Good luck, Combat Carl

By Dylan from Georgia on February 28, 2012
How far can this gun (.22) be accurate up to compared to the .25? which would have a better group at a longer distance?

By shane from charter oak, iowa on March 6, 2012

I commonly Shoot marauder pcp Up to 150 yards. if you're a good enough shot it will drive tax at that distance.

By David from Michigan on December 2, 2011
Can you use paintball nitrogen to power the rifle? Can you take that to the 3000psi?
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 3, 2012

I don't think need a scuba tank to fill this up.

By gary from Menasha, WI on December 2, 2011
What is needed to fill the air chamber? Does it use a hand pump or do you need to get a tank and fill it from that?
By Ruben from lolnorway on December 10, 2011


yes you can fill the air chamber with a hand pump or from a tank, so both will work. :)
By Mad Ratter from NY on February 12, 2012

Do yourself a HUGE favor and get a SCUBA tank and adapter! Tank fills are cheap and a full tank (3000psi) lasted close to a year (lower 1200psi fills toward end) ... and it was used a lot. Many, many fewer "garden problems" --- if I offered a number it'd sound like nonsense. Fill time = 30 seconds, including hookup ... as opposed to many, many, many back-breaking minutes with the pump. Bottom line: sorry I spent the bucks on the pump!

By Davidk from new smyrna beach, fl on December 23, 2011
i purchased this about 3 weeks ago and have a problem. 1 out of 4 timeswhen I pull the bolt back it will load the pellet but does not cock so It can not be shot. If I pull it back again really hard it will go back and lock. than I have to remove the cartridge shoot the pellet that has been loaded and then reinsert the cartridge. Have any of you as owner had the same problem. The other three times in works fine but I never know when it worked or did not.
By Staff on January 9, 2012

Sounds like you may have a defective unit have you gotten in contact with our returns department?

If not please feel free to contact them by filling out an RMA form under the returns tab of our website, or by emailing them at

By Lukas Zoltek from BA 2QP Wellow Bath Great Britain on June 7, 2012
I have one question, I am a UK resident and I would like to buy this air rifle .Is it possible so ship this rifle to the UK?
By Staff on June 7, 2012

Unfortunately we are unable to ship guns to the United Kingdom, however, we are allowed to ship accessories.

The Airgun Depot Customer Service Team

By Cesar from Brasil - São Paulo on February 4, 2012
Hello, Do you send to Brazil? if yes which the value of the shipment?

Thanks Cesar att
By Staff on February 10, 2012

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By griffin shimkus from austin, tx on August 14, 2012
How many shots before refill? Can you hunt varmint with this rifle?

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