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Things I liked:Only a year or two into shooting pellet guns. I had a couple of springers and found them very difficult to shoot consistently. (I am sure strictly my technique -- or lack there of)This gun is amazing what you put the cross hairs on it hits! Its a squirrel killing machine!It's as quiet as it gets --- if there is anything that is quieter it probably doesnt have the same punch. Not having the scope killing recoil of a springer means you can also put just about any type of scope on it.
Things I would have changed:Putting the safety in front of the trigger in such a manner doesnt make sense to me?? If you have sausage fingers you might find it a little difficult releasing it. Plus I find myself -- without looking -- pulling back on it to see if the safety is set -- this is not good because the potential is there to put your finger behind the safety and actually pull the trigger inadvertently!
What others should know:As everyone has said in other posts (or at least thought it) Using a hand pump is a slight workout! I weight about 165lbs and don't have any problem getting it to 3000 psi. but it definitely makes you appreciate each shot though!
Things I liked:Oh yea, forgot to mention, mine "likes" (meaning shoots very accurately) several models of pellets, from the inexpensive Crosman Magnum 14.3 gr domed, to H&N Hunters. So you can practice with cheaper ones and hunt with more expensive higher performing ones.
What others should know:Mount a good scope on it...it will pay off.
Things I liked:I love my 22 Synrod. It is very accurate, very ergonomic, very well balanced, and very quiet. I just can't say enough good things about it. The stock is made of a high quality synthetic, comparable to the kind found on high power rifles, very stable, and very durable. The adjustable cheek piece allows for a perfect consistent weld. I've taken it into the woods, banged it around a bit and there's not a scratch. I'm ont afraid to lay it on the forest floor. (I really liked and almost got the wood version but wanted the 1 lb. weight savings. Also, I would have felt like I needed to baby the wood stock more.) The finish and fit is excellent. The trigger is good. I have not tried adjusting it much, but I will say from the factory that it doesn't "break like glass". However it is very predictable and allows the shooter to keep very tight groups. As a result, this airgun is actually a VERY good practice platform for shooting high power rifles. Quality/value is excellent!
Things I would have changed:Maybe add a regulator. However the pressure/velocity curve is pretty good as is. Possibility of having iron sights would be nice.
What others should know:I really don't see any reason to buy another air rifle, unless one just wants to have a large collection...Or to buy a higher caliber or alternate stock type Marauder! If you buy this air rifle, you will NOT be disappointed! I am into long range shooting with high power rifles, from 243Win to 7mm Rem Mag, but for weeks now I have only been shooting my new Synrod, and not gotten ready for deer season! What does that tell you?? Excuse me but I have to go shoot some groups.
Compatible with Benjamin Marauder PCP Air Rifle, Synthetic Stock