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Earn 370 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||700 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||1.53 lbs|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
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Things I liked: Nice little gun . I bought this to eliminate rat's on the farm . this thing is accurate I found heaver Beeman Kodiak's 21.14 grain to the most accurate . they shoot at 568 fps giving me a muzzle energy of 15.15 foot pounds . I also use it to call the dog's in yes I call the dog's with one shot and they come out of the woods straight for the back door . I could have bought a more powerful pistol but crossman make one of the most reliable guns in my opinion
Things I would have changed: Offer tuned options like larger Values ports double tube's to hold more air
What others should know: If you buy get a couple of extra clips also a red dot love the red dot on mine
Things I liked: The pistol is easily tunable. When shooting in the sweet spot of the bell curve on the Chrony. I can get a standard deviation of 6 fps...good for a small air reservoir. There is also a lot of mods available for this pistol.
Things I would have changed: I really don't think that I should be rating this pistol at this time because at this writing the pistol is on it's way back to PA for an exchange. The one I received on January 10 has accuracy problems even with the SD of 6. I believe the barrel has a defect as my Crosman 2240 will group better. I tried all known pellets that are supposed to shoot well with this pistol from Crosman 14.3 gr premieres to 21.2 gr Barracuda Match. The Barracudas tried to group at 13 yards but not consistently. I would think at that range you could get inside a dime groups. When I receive my replacement I will review the pistol again with hopefully better results.
What others should know: When using the magazine make sure on the last pellet that you fully pull the bolt back to cock the hammer and then push the bolt fully forward to seat the pellet in the chamber. The reason I say this is because if you re-cock on the last pellet the magazine will advance to the blocked (solid out of pellets indicator) and you will not be able to push the bolt forward to seat the last pellet. I thought I was going to have to return the pistol with the magazine in the breech because a pellet was partially in the chamber. I managed to move the magazine back to position 8 with a thin piece of metal and then I could push the bolt forward to shoot the last pellet out.
Things I liked: Good trigger, light weight, well made.
Things I would have changed: A bit too pellet picky.
What others should know: Beeman Kodiaks grouped the best for me. Around 1 inch for an 8 shot group at 30 yards.
Does the p-rod have the built in depinger like the gen 2 m-rod?
will this scope fit on the Marauder pistol? Leapers UTG 1.25-4x32 SWAT Pistol Scope, EZ-TAP, Ill. Duplex Reticle, 1/2 MOA, 1" Tube, Med. See-Thru Weaver Rings
You would need to get dovetail rings for it to fit. http://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/Leapers_Accushot_1_Rings_High_9_5_11_5mm_Dovetail/635
How well would the bugbuster cbq work on this pistol/carbine.
It's a solid choice and one we see used a lot. Just make sure you get dovetail mounts for the scope.
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Benjamin Marauder Air Pistol with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||700 fps|