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Benjamin Marauder, Synthetic

Available in .177, .22, .25, Ambidextrous, All-Weather Stock With Adjustable Comb
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  • Code: BP1764S · $479.99 · .177 · 1100 fps
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How do you make a great gun even better? You listen to the customers and do what they asked! In this case, that's adding a synthetic stock to one of the most popular precharged pneumatic rifles made today. Crosman listened and not only put a synthetic stock on the Benjamin Marauder, but they gave it a vertically adjustable comb, too. You'll get a lot of powerful shots that will let you rid your backyard of pesky birds and critters. Don't worry about noise scaring your prey or alarming the neighbors...it's one of the quietest air rifles ever made. Synthetic Upgrades
  • Improved valve and a depinger, get 32 shots per fill
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock with vertically adjustable comb & reversible bolt
  • Trigger is moved back for more comfortable hand positioning
Benjamin Marauder, Wood Features Diagram Features
  • 10-shot repeater with auto-indexing feature
  • Single shot tray available for this caliber
  • 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 Accessory Rail
  • Built-in air pressure gauge (manometer)
  • Uses compressed air up to 3,000 psi *
  • 215cc Air Reservoir
  • Gun comes set at 2,500 psi air fill; to fill to 3,000 psi
  • Air reservoir ends with a male quick-disconnect Foster fitting for fast refills (requires a female Foster quick-disconnect adapter to fill from a scuba tank or hand pump)
  • Includes: .177 Cal Synthetic Marauder, 10-Round Magazine, and Sling Swivel Studs

*The owner's manual states you can fill the gun with air or CO2, but that is incorrect. Please fill your gun with high-pressure air only.
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Specs
  • 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 AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty5-year limited warranty
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5.0
By RonnieSeptember 16, 2020

After years of shooting a high end single cock rifle, shooting this pcp rifle is almost surreal. Zero vibration, zero recoil, nearly zero shot noise. The sound of the pellet hitting the target (think squirrel or crow in my pecan trees) is louder than the shot itself. And shoot it does! With a Nikon 3x9 scope and shooting Exact Jumbo Diablo pellets off a bench I can put 10 shots in .75” EVERY TIME at 50 yards! If only I had a .22 rim fire this accurate. I once shot a horsefly that landed on my target. I aim for the eye of a squirrel. With the velocity it shoots you do need to figure out your holdover as there is some drop of course. The Nikon scope I’m using is great but not high end. It has duplex crosshairs and at 25 yards I’m sighted dead on...at 50 yards I use the top of the bottom post. Someday I may play with a higher end adjustable scope, but this suits my needs for now. It has a wonderful trigger...as nice as my after market deer rifles. I use a hand pump...not too bad.

Pros
So quiet. Zero vibration. Great trigger. Amazingly accurate.

Cons
It takes a bit of effort to pull the bolt back enough to chamber a new pellet. If you chamber a new pellet and then subsequently don’t shoot it, I can’t tell if one is chambered and sometimes can’t remember. I’m not sure what happens if you attempt to chamber new pellet with one already there...need to research a little.

5.0
By CraigUSADecember 23, 2019 Verified Purchase

Received my marauder a week ago. Wow. Waited a year to pull the trigger wish I did it a year ago. Very nice quite I’ve it. Shoot about 50 rounds so far. Today we have rain coming in so I had to pull everything under cover sorry for the dark picture. I want to give a shout out to Mat at airgun depot for helping with the right adapter to rise my night owl night vision scope to clear the magazine it works great. The picture of the target is shoot at night. What a group. That is right out of the box. If you are thinking of getting a marauder do it. Don’t wait.

5.0
By TimothyUSADecember 7, 2018

Ok, the first rife in .25 was a leaker but airgun depot staff sent me the return info immediately and other than a snafu at ups it was excellent. I received the new rifle with a complimentary 10 for 10 test. the second box was damaged, obviously dropped and on the barrel end no less. I called airgun depot and told them I would test the gun before shipping it back if needed. I used the Benjamin domed pellets for break in and no issues with accuracy. I was getting 15 or 16 shots with each fill from 2700 to 2100. One hole groups out to 30 yards. I decided to try a local indoor range with a 50 yard high power section. I was not disappointed. was getting better grouping than the 30.06 shooting next to me and no sore shoulder either. After retrieving my target I had several other shooters asking about the rifle. I added a bipod and a 6x32 power scope (overkill) but really want to take this gun out to a 100 yard range when the weather cooperates (cold and windy). If your interested in a pcp that wont break the bank and shoots lights out this is your gun. I also have a m rod in .22 that shoots great just not past 50 yards.

Pros
price accuracy power

Cons
weight (but not heavier than other pcps)

5.0
By JimUSADecember 1, 2018

I love my Benjamin Marauder. My Benjamin Maximus was a great entry level PCP rifle, but the Marauder far exceeds it in consistent accuracy, lower noise level and overall performance. It truly is a fun, awesome, and need to own PCP rifle. Great job Benjamin!!!

4.0
By GarryUSAAugust 26, 2018

I have had my .25 cal Marauder for over 2 years. This gun is as good as my Crown out to 50 yards

Pros
Deadly to 50 yards Great starter PCP

Cons
heavy, shot count, mechanically loud, suppressor won't help

5.0
By WilliamUSAMay 28, 2018

This is my 3rd Marauder. I have two Gen 1 Marauders and I wanted a lighter .25 cal for hunting. Once I got it I already knew I wanted to camo it up. I own several air rifles and these 3 my most accurate. I was impressed by the improvements of the Gen 2 Marauder and decided to give it a try. I wasn't disappointed.

Pros
Light Weight, Power, and Accurate.

Cons
None

5.0
By AnthonyUSAMay 25, 2018

Shot about 100 rounds though it and it's great. Air Gun Depot shipped it fast!

Pros
Extremely accurate Nice trigger (like it better than my .22 Marauder) A lot more knock down power than the .22 Quiet - But a bit louder than the .22

Cons
The butt plate is the most uncomfortable I have ever had. It's odd that the .22 Marauder (wood stock) has a great butt plate. I replaced the .25 with an adjustable padded one, It burns up the CO2 a lot faster than the .22 Marauder - a lot faster It is relatively heavy but I'm not lugging it around. I shoot off my raised deck.

4.0
By Joel L.April 23, 2018

A little heavy and filling to 3,000 PSI with the pump is a work out,but other than that, the rifle is everything I expected. Very quiet and less than dime size groups at 100 feet. The 25 cal also has much more knock down power than my 22 cal.

5.0
By BikerDaveJanuary 2, 2018

This is my first PCP rifle and what a joy to shoot. It works as advertised and it is really a good quality product. The fit and finish are super and I am looking forward to learning to shoot some field target events with it.

Pros
Good quality and great fit and finish. Easy to follow user manual, and very easy to set-up and get going. The magazine is simple and fool-proof to use and works without any issues.

Cons
It is a bit heavy and may be too heavy for small or young users, but this type of gun was made for sport shooting so that should not be an issue for many shooters. It just has a solid fieel.

5.0
By SamerUSAJanuary 2, 2018

This has joined my Hatsan to the list of favorite PCPs, great accuracy and quiet. Definitely recommend, may add another to my collection

Pros
Quiet

Cons
Not many, if anything, a metal trigger would be nice.

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I’ve heard the .25 cal barrels are made by green mountain; is this true?

asked Ken from USA

What are the details in the barrel options for the 22 cal?

asked Joe from USA

There are 2 barrels available. One made by Lothar Walther one by Crosman, The twist rates are the same. Some customers prefer the LW barrels.

Mark from USA

What is the easiest way to recharge the cylinder and can you do it at home with a compressor or hand pump?

asked Joseph from USA

You can purchase a high pressure hand air pump . Or use a scuba tank ore a shoebox compressor.

James Drury

The easiest way is via a scuba tank.. Hand pumps are available to recharge, but takes some effort and time. If you have a compressor that can deliver 2000psi then your all set

Robin from USA

You have to buy a special multi-step hand pump https://www.airgundepot.com/benjamin-pump-.html Compressors that can go to 2000-3000psi are extremely expensive (over $1000)

Eric from USA

Can a compressor be used to charge the gun?

asked Richard from USA

Yes, as long as it can generate the pressure needed. So you need one specifically for airguns or scuba tanks etc.

Guet

That depends on the compressor. If you mean a common shop compressor (for power tools) that can only go up to 125psi then NO. If you mean a high pressure compressor that can go up to 4,500psi then YES. I have a high pressure compressor that can go to 4,500psi but I charge a 90ci carbon fiber bottle (the Benjamin bottle to be exact), then use that to charge the Marauder. That works better since the compressor would fill the gun in no time with the risk of quickly over filling it and it's not worth the time setting it up for just that 1 fill, plus it's a smoother fill from a bottle & I can regulate it & keep it hooked up while bench shooting for consistent strings. Hope that answers your question.

Tim from USA

Yes but not one from Home Depot. They are $2000 plus. Must be rated at 3000 psi or above.

Jason from USA

There are no regular shop air compressors that will fill a PCP gun. Shop compressors only work up to an average of 125psi. This gun needs 3000psi. Now there are compressors made for this purpose, but cost anywhere from $1500 to Over $5000 The cheaper takes a couple hours to fill your gun. Best to buy a Air Ventura 4500psi tank and have it filled at a scuba shop or make friends with your local fire dept. and maybe get it filled there.

William from USA

You would need a high-pressure compressor such as the ShoeBox for this gun. 3000psi is needed to fully charge it.

rowiac

No.

Richard from USA

Not your normal garage compressor it only goes to 120-150psi. You can with a special high pressure 3000 psi compressor used for filling scub tanks or pellet guns, they are very expensive compared to the ones used to fill your car tires.

Harold from USA

You need a high pressure compressor like the Shoebox compressor.

Stephen from USA

Can you fill up this gun with an at home air compressor

asked John

Do you have a Home Compressor that will go up to 4500 psi ? If NOT... then No, you wont be able to fill the Gun at home. BUT... if you have a High Pressure Compressor, i.e. 4500 psi capable, with proper filtering, then Yes you can.

Scrambler82 from USA

No. This needs much more pressure than consumer air compressors are capable of.

James

Is the 900FPS with alloy or lead pellets?

asked Joe

My 25 caliber shoots 20 grain lead pellets at 920 fps.

Steven

Does this gun come with a female adapter to fill the gun

asked Nick

No, The female adapter would be supplied with the Pump or tank or compressor you need to fill the gun.

JOHN from USA

The gun comes with the male fitting on the gun (foster fitting) for filling but does not come with the female counterpart. If you wind up getting a Marauder then get the tank accessory for a k-Valve tank setup which will come with a female Foster fitting.

Neil from USA

The air rifle comes with the male fitting on the rifle itself however it does not have the female fitting/ quick disconnect. There is a pump that you can purchase as a kit that will have the quick release/ fitting to fill the rifle. Since you will be needing a fill station of some sort, its good to know what options you have. Keep in mind that you will need some type of way to continually filling up the rifle, so choose wisely.

Vincent from USA

No, it did not come with any adapters.

Patrick from USA

maurader 25 how many shots do you get from one charge and does the scuba tank fitting work on a HPA paint ball tank

asked [email protected]

what pellets have worked best with this rifle? (.22 or .25 cal)

asked Ron

My .25 does well with the polymags too. Great accuracy and devastating knock down on small game.

anthony from USA

Don't know about the 22 , but in my 25 caliber nothing comes close to being as accurate as JSB Exacts. At 50 yards most groups are 1/2 inches. Have tried 6 other pellets and none of them are even close to an inch.Steven

Steven

well I have the disco 22 it fills to 2000psi how much more time will it take to fill this gun at 3000psi and how hard will it be

asked Jacoby from USA

From a Novice's point of view ! First will the Gun handle the 3000 psi you are talking about ? Make sure ! Next the type of Pump/Compressor you are using to fill the Gun will determine how fast you will fill the air chamber. There maybe other things to take into consideration like Tubing size used to connect the Gun, fittings used, how patient you are... but to me, again a Novice, it will depend on the air source.

Scrambler82 from USA

I have found that using a benjamin pump: starting from 1000psi, it takes about 35 pump strokes for each 500psi increase. If you're in average shape physically, you can do about 70 pumps before it is comfortable to take a break. That'll get you to 2000. Walk away. Do something else for 5-10 minutes. Let the pump cool down so you don't destroy seals. Come back, do 70 more. These might be a little harder. Not bad though. Use your weight. There you are... 3000psi !!!!!!

matt from USA

Getting the gun to 2000 PSI with the pump isn't a problem. That last 800 PSI to 3000 PSI is a bear with the Benjamin pump. I find that after about 100 strokes, and the last strokes requiring me to really lean into the pump, it's a good work out. The real work starts at 2000 psi, and gets progressively more difficult till you hit your target 2700 or 2800 PSI. I have a tank, and I have the pump. If I had it to do over again, I'd skip the pump and for the cost of the pump add $100 and get the Air Venturi Tank. Any paintball shop should be able to fill it for under $5. You get lots of shooting for very little work. I didn't buy the gun to get a workout pumping, and the tank really helps keep the sport enjoyable..

Brad

Double the time and double effort with a hand pump. Gets to be a workout from 2000 - 3000 psi. If you use your hand pump correctly, you should pump slow and stop every 5 minutes for the pump to cool. Then its not so bad, since you rest between pumping sessions.

William from USA

I have the original 177 mrod and it takes about 100 strokes to go from 2000psi to 3000psi with a crosman pump. I rarely let it go below 2000psi.

Richard from USA

I have an air pump for an Air Force rifle. Will it work on this gun?

asked corey from USA

Yes it will work as long as you have a Foster quick disconnect female adapter to plug into the rifle's male foster quick connect nipple

Santos T

how hard is it to charge this rifle with air, and what expense is involved?

asked Mike

Here in Tennessee there aren't many places to get a scuba tank filled so I went with a Venturi G4 hand pump that delivers up to 4500 psi and the total cost was $150 (including shipping) from China and it arrived in 4 days. This pump can be found on Amazon and it comes with enough O-rings and washers to rebuild it at least 3 times. Going by ratings on Amazon the Benjamin pump is a piece of crap and the AirForce pump isn't much better. Everyone buys the Hill pump but a rebuild kit cost over 30 bucks for it and it only delivers 3300psi like the rest. and cost twice as much as the Venturi plus it does not come with any QD adapters. In other words you can buy 2 Venturi's for the price of one "over priced" Hill pump. I am 60 years old, have one arm, 5'7" 180 lbs. and I can fill my modified Crosman 2240 13 ci. 3000 psi bottle from empty to full in about 12 min. I also have a Crosman 2400KT/2250 with a HiPAC screwed into it and I fill it to 2800 psi with little effort with this pump. I hope this info helps, Happy Shooting!

TnWalt

You can buy the Benjamin brand hand pump for about $130-$150 You can buy the Air Force hand pump for about $199-215 And finally my personal pick a Hill brand hand pump for about $270.i like it because it has a great warranty & built in water separator which is what the problem the above two have it creates moisture that doesn't completely drain & causes a hydro lock before you get up to full charge. Not to mention the introduction into your internal parts which in time wreaks havoc on the internal spring. The last option is buying a regulator and a scuba tank for roughly $300 and fid a dive shop to fill it when it needs to be brought back up to charge. But it defiantly is the quickest way to fill it with the least amount of effort

Santos T

How much time or how many strokes does it take to fill this gun with the hand pump?

asked Mike

Around 20-50 depending on your strength and weight.

Nathin

Do you offeer international shipping for this item?

asked Vilnis

Vilnis, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

do you have these in stock????

asked Stephan

Stephan, Unfortunately, this particular gun is out of stock with an estimated restock date of 10/29. However if you would like to be one for the first to have this gun when it comes into stock you can pre-order online and once in stock will be ready to ship. Sorry for any inconvenience this might have caused. Hopefully this answers your question. Sincerely, Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Stephan, Unfortunately, this particular gun is out of stock with an estimated restock date of 10/29. However if you would like to be one for the first to have this gun when it comes into stock you can pre-order online and once in stock will be ready to ship. Sorry for any inconvenience this might have caused. Hopefully this answers your question. Sincerely, Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA
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