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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
By Tom from USA on 2009-08-09 14:16:08Things I liked:The Marauder is accurate, quiet, flexible and has a delightful trigger. The magazine is reliable and positive--never a bobble. The stock fits me well and looks like one of the rifles costing twice as much. This is the rifle to go to when you want to hit something.
Things I would have changed:There is nothing to change. This is the best value in a 20-30 foot-pound PCP.
What others should know:This is a thinking person's gun. It has the ability to be adjusted to the shooter's preferences. It is a PCP, so you need to learn about that, but the literature makes it relatively easy.
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
By Joe from USA on 2011-03-14 19:07:13Things I liked:I liked the crispness of the trigger, I liked the idea of a 10 shot magazine, the quietness of the gun was nice, the adjustable air pressure was also a nice feature.
Things I would have changed:The gun seemed a bit too heavy. The stock was too bulky and the recoil butt plate could be replaced with a regular size butt plate. The magazine seemed to be cheap and probably wouldn't last long. The barrel quality needs to be more consistent. Quality control rather than mass production would be better.
What others should know:The gun that I received was substandard which was unfortunate. I'm sure not all the guns have the problems that mine did. The magazine didn't work properly as it would not feed the pellets into the barrel. The air pressure behind the pellet was inconsistent with every shot. The rifle barrel at best would only hold a 2 1/2" group at 15 yards. The quality of this gun being what it is it is way over priced. Forget trying to pump this gun up with a Benjamin hand pump as the pump will not pump up to 3000 pounds more than once or twice.