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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Rodney from USA on 2010-12-04 00:46:55Things I liked:I was fortunate to receive one of the first Marauder .22 pistols. Mine is #38 of the first 75 made. When I opened the box I found that it was already charged to 1000 PSI. It is a long gun even without the stock but well balanced. It’s also as quiet as I expected. I also own a marauder .25 caliber rifle. The pistol is a smaller version of the rifle. It’s very well made. Your going to need a scope, it has no open sights. The grip and forearm are plastic. There is no wood whatsoever. The pressure gauge is easy to read. I’m very pleased with it out of the box.
Things I would have changed:This pistol is new. I would like to see an addition of wood to the forearm and grip. The add on stock is a standard Crosman carbine plastic stock. I’m cretin that someone will make a conversion kit using wood. This gun begs for it. The pistol can be shot as a single shot or using the 8 shot clip. I think the clip could be made a little stronger it’s all plastic and a metal clip would be better. At present additional clips are not available. When the are get a few more.
What others should know:This is a heavy gun, be prepared to use two hands. It’s long and big and best of all “Quiet.” The Barrel alone is 11 inches long. When you go to refill it with air, the dust cap on the end pops off. I spent about a minuet trying to unscrew it. I use a scuba tank to refill it, so I can’t tell you how many pumps it takes to fill the air reservoir.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Customer from USA on 2013-05-08 20:42:25Things I liked:I purchased the .22 in February 2013 and found it to be extremely accurate with no complaints.
What others should know:In April 2013 the gun would not cock and I was advised to return it to Crosman. In late April I returned it to Crosman, under warranty, and Crosman would not pay shipping charges. Crosman now advises me they are unable to repair it because they have no parts and I have to wait at least another two weeks. It seems unreasonable for an expensive brand name to have no parts, forcing me to wait. I will not buy a Crosman product again.