Benjamin Marauder 177cal Reviews



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Benjamin Marauder 177cal


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Reviewer: Joe C.
Recommended: Recommended
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I decide on the 177 because I needed a flat shooting small caliber for hunting prairie dog, porcupine, rabbits and squirrels.The gun has a nice finish, shoots quite is light and a killer rabbit gun.I’m not much on reviews writing but if you’re looking for a good all around Airgun shooting cans or hunting this one will fill the need.I try to bring home 40 to 50 rabbit and a few dozen squirrels to store away for the year And in town shooting of firearms is illegal. The Benjamin Marauder is the ideal gun for in town hunting, it is multi shot, quite and shoots straight, mounting a scope actually helps with good clean kills. This is my first PCP and see no need for another.


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Benjamin Marauder 177cal


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Reviewer: chris
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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for the money this is a winner, The trigger is very adjustable with a little spring change i have mine at 9 oz first stage and clean break 9.5 oz at second. Mine will shoot less then 1/2″ 5 shot groups @ 25 yds all day long as long as I use the pcp pellets. I would change nothing.

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Benjamin Marauder 177cal


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Reviewer: Richard
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This is my first PCP, but definiteley not my first air rifle. Before deciding I tested several others which eventually led me to my final list of requirements.

Thou shall:

1) Be accurate

2) Be silent

3) Have a clip for at least 8 shots

4) Be possible to tune without replacing any parts

5) Be fully ambidextrous

6) Deliver at least 50 shots when set to 10J

7) Not break the bank

The Marauder fulfills all of the above with excellence.

I’m still on my first fill and well beyond 100 shots.

Simply an amazing gun and quiet beyond belief.

The rifle is too accurate for my cheap 4x scope -need to upgrade to one with variable magnification. There has been an identified material problem with the trigger link but Crosman is on top of it and are sending improved parts at no cost. The problem is only found in the first 193 rifles according to US forums -serial no higher than that and no worries.