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Benjamin Marauder Field And Target PCP Air Rifle
Marauder Field and Target—Benjamin’s Definitive M-Rod
Hundreds of PCP guns have come and gone, but one name remains nearly immortal in this rapidly changing industry: the Benjamin Marauder. Creating PCP fans worldwide with their groundbreaking platform, Benjamin refused to remain complacent about the Marauder’s place in airgun history. Their answer to the continued demand for this popular rifle? The Marauder Field and Target, the first fully-regulated Marauder, an airgun that gives shooters everything they loved about the Marauder with more shots than ever before.
Using an all-new regulated system, the Field and Target delivers 80+ shots in both .177 caliber and .22 cal—more than double the shot strings of the original Marauder. These shots hit speeds up to 1,000 fps in .177 and 850fps in .22. Its 3000 psi tank incorporates a quick-disconnect so you'll never have a problem finding a way to fill your gun. Load up the cylinder and your 10rd rotary mag, and blast away at targets with the precision of a field target rifle. The Field and Target keeps the excellent 2-stage adjustable metal trigger of the original Marauder.
Cosmetically little has changed, but there are some very important and exciting differences, mainly the addition of a Weaver/Picatinny optics rail instead of the old variant’s 11mm Dovetail for more choices in optics. The craftsmanship that went into this gun resulted in a rifle that shoots as good as it looks. The checkered stock with adjustable comb has all the quality you'd normally see in a high-end European airgun without a premium price, all while honoring the traditional original hardwood design.
With a balance of historic Marauder quality, regulated power and timeless accuracy, the Marauder Field and Target Edition delivers a premium shooting experience and is the definitive version of the Marauder to date.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Buttplate||Soft rubber recoil pad|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||80|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
|Cylinder Size||215 cc|
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Things I liked: I can get 80 shots per fill
Things I would have changed: Power
Things I liked: Accurate, very quiet, ideal for target practice, a lot of shots per fill, fill probe no needed, smooth cocking, affordable and well engineered magazines.
Things I would have changed: Stock is definitely bellow average, which is not acceptable at this price range. Trigger is kind of dull in my opinion.
What others should know: Lothar Walther barrel version was not available by the time I purchased mine, so I cannot speak of it; but beware, it seems to me that you will be buying a $729 rifle with a cheap stock and a high end level barrel. Kind of weird, but it's up to you.
Things I liked: I am just getting back into shooting. This is my first PCP. I went ahead and purchased a Yong Heng compressor and 90cu. inch tank. This gun is quiet, beautiful and accurate. I did purchase the extra "20 for 20" add on. Pyramyd mounted the scope and tested the gun before it shipped.
Things I would have changed: With a scope it is too heavy for me for anything other than bench shooting. A lighter version would be nice.(I just ordered a Fortitude to use as a carry around gun.
What others should know: Buy a couple of extra magazines to fill before you go to the field. It's nice to have loaded magazines in your pocket. For newbies I highly recommend using the 20 for 20 service.
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Are the barrel on this model the same as on the ordinary Marauder?
Yes, unless you select the Lothar Walther Barrel option
Anyone knows if the regulator can be turn off and on ?
No, the regulator is always "on"
Does this model have a bigger airtube? I see it listed the same at 215 cc but its clearly longer. My guess is that its 215cc after taking into account the airspace taken up by the new moderator. That is a great thing and they should use the bigger tank on all of them. What do you guys think?
The cylinder is slightly longer. My guess is also the air volume remains 215cc and the slightly extra length is to account for the extra space the regulator occupies.
I believe it is the same cylinder. Just think the stock is different which is why it looks different from a standard one.
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Benjamin Marauder Field And Target Air Rifle with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|