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Caliber: .177" (4.5mm), Stock: Hardwood, Handle: Ambi, Upgrades: Crosman Barrel
5-year limited warranty
List Price $699.99, Orig.Price $649.99 Save $50.00 (7%)
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 really like the adjustable cheekpiece. This one also has a picatinny rail, so you can use regular rifle rings. I'm popping golf balls And spinners out to 65 yards, which is the furthest I've tried so far. Filling it to 3k psi, I fired 72 pellets and it went down to 1k psi, so the shot count is great. I have the .22 version. Overall, I think this is a really nice rifle for the money. Folks see it as an entry level gun, but with a lothar walther barrel and a regulator, this thing punches way above it's class.
Things I would have changed: Better tuning, either from crosman or P/A. I'd give up a few shots to get a few more FPE. Shoots 2" spinners at 65 yards with crosman domed ultra magnum pellets.
What others should know: It's worth the upgrade over the standard marauder. a good regulated gun is in the 1000$ and up range. This thing can shoot right beside them. I did look at some cheaper options, but when you figure in that a good scope and a hill hand pump is going to double the cost, it's really worth it to start with a solid base rifle. If you cheap out, you're cheating yourself. This is a solid investment that will last for years, and after the initial startup cost costs next to nothing to shoot.
Things I liked: Accuracy is great shooting the JSB 15.89 pellets. This gun was purchased with the Lothar Walther barrel.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Gun was on back order so waited for it. It was worth the wait. This is my first PCP. Got the gun and then the air pump I wanted was on backorder. Waited another 3 weeks to get the pump before I could shoot it, but very happy now. I'm sure the backorders are all COVID related and should be nothing negative toward Pyramyd Air. All kinds of things are delayed in many industries due to COVID. So just saying I should have ordered the pump early while it was available instead of waiting to try and order all at once.
Things I liked: very accurate. From the bench, on bags without rear support and in limited ability hands it appears capable of 3/4" groups at 25 yds and 1" groups at 40 meters with crosman domed 7.9 and 10.5 gr pellets. The crosman barrel is recommended.
Things I would have changed: maybe a lighter stock for off hand shooting
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1) Other than the stock composition, how does the Marauder Synrod differ from the Field and Target? Can you specify the Synrod with the Centerpoint Spectrum 4-12x 44mm Scope instead of the 4-16x 40MM?
The FT model has a regulator. It can have a LW barrel. The scope rail is a weaver base.
I've ordered the regulated Marauder Field and Target in .177. I plan to use it for field target competition. I will be using the JSB 13.4 pellets and I expect that I will need to adjust the rifle's velocity. My goal is to get around 800 FPS. Is 800 FPS achievable? Is the velocity adjustment the same as for the unregulated Marauder? TIA
Message from Crosman: Robert The adjustment are not the same on the Field and Target guns as they are on the regular Marauders. The Field and Target guns are already adjusted down to get more shoots on the gun so we do not really recommend that you do more adjustment on the velocity. It can be done but we do not recommend it.
Yes. The velocity adjustment is the same.
What is the out-of-the-box velocity with .177, 13.4 grain JSB pellets?
Between 800-875 FPS.
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Benjamin Marauder Field And Target Air Rifle with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|