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Things I liked:It's light weight and its very quiet. Those are the only good things about it.
Things I would have changed:Just about everything else with it. It is very poorly built and not worth the money. The accuracy is poor and right out if the box (before tuning) you will be lucky to get 6 inch groups at 10 yards. The gun looks and feels cheap. The barrel and breach extend sideways down the air tube and stock, so getting the scope perfectly level was a nightmare. Then, It shot so far to the left, that I had my scope almost maxed out to the right, past the 4 line. Not good! I tried to turn the mounts around and nothing helped. They where good mounts too and worked perfectly on all my other guns. Well, I got is sighted in and tuned to 32 Fpe and it would get really good chrony numbers but I still had a bad accuracy problem with it. I tried everything and then I realized that the small difference in pellet head and skirt sizes, effected the accuracy up to 12 inches at 40 yards. About one in five pellets would just drop off. The same pellets shoot fine in my other guns, so the issue is this gun.
What others should know:I don't know where all of the hype for this gun is comming from. I went with the .22 cal. The first one I bought leaked air. Thank you pyramyd air for sending me a replacement quickly. However, the replacement had its issues listed above. There are more too, I just ran out of space. If you are thinking about getting into PCP airgunning, I wouldn't recommend this gun. I bought it 3 months ago and I really wanted to make it work, so I kept it, and I regret doing so. I just got a Hatsan AT44-10s QE in .25 cal the other day and what a huge difference! The AT44 is so much better built and it is not pellet fussy like the Synrod. Right out of the box it is super accurate and the power is phenomenal! It was only $30 more that the synrod .22 and so worth it. I think the Marauder feels like a toy compared to the AT44 QE, which feels like a machine. If you aren't sure which one to get, the Marauder, or the Hatsan AT44 QE, I would go with the Hatsan. I wrote a review on that gun as well.
Things I liked:everthing, havent shot this gun yet but am waiting for the new air venturi g6 hand pump.the gun was shipped perfect without a scratch, i set this gun up with a utg leapers 4x16x50 mill dot sling and bipod, this synthetic marauder in .25 cal looks really mean, just hope it shoots as well as it looks. hopefully after shootin this fine lookin rifle i can write a better review on the synrod and the g6 han pump.
Things I would have changed:nothing rite now
What others should know:the marauders do come charged with at least 600 psi so if you dry fire it after un boxing point the muzzle in a safe direction.
Things I liked: Accuracy, balance, adjustable cheek piece and trigger. This rifle is a stone cold shooter. Using 25.39 grain JSB Exacts it is no problem maintaining .5 inch 50 yard groups from a bench rest. It is also the quietest air gun I have ever shot.
Things I would have changed: Maybe nitpicking here but I don't like the safety lever, it works fine but I just don't care for anything inside the trigger guard except the trigger.
What others should know: My rifle was set up well from the factory, extreme spread was only 35 FPS for a 16 shot string at 3000 psi fill with an average of 836 fps using the JSB Exacts. I don't have a reason to mess with it.
Compatible with Benjamin Marauder PCP Air Rifle, Synthetic Stock