Benjamin Marauder .22
Taking on the European approach to an air rifle, the US-made Benjamin Marauder is finished with a deep, rich bluing and attractive chequered hardwood stock, or also available with a synthetic stock.
The smooth bolt action system (reversible for left-handed shooters) rotates the 10-shot magazine system, whilst the two-stage adjustable trigger, which is located further back towards the grip, allows for an easy pull. The internally shrouded and choked barrel makes the rifle highly accurate and very quiet – a deadly combination out in the field.
The adjustable rear stock and cheek-piece provide superb comfort to the shooter, and a scope can be fitted to the 11mm dovetail rail on top of the raised aluminium breech.
•Moved the trigger rearward where, when combined with the redesigned stock, provides a more comfortable hand position.
•Reversible bolt* – First built for the Marauder Pistol, it’s now been adapted to the rifle.
The “mouse hole” / bolt stud protrusion has also been eliminated for a cleaner look and to keep the action debris-free.
•Simplified the breech design for assembly, service and to provide a more stable platform for larger scopes.
•A 30% increase in shot count (.22 & .177).
•Factory installed de-pinger changes the sharp “ping” to a dull thud resulting in a less-perceived noise level.
PCP Hunting Air Rifle
11.5 foot pounds of energy
Adjustable, two-stage, match-grade trigger
Auto-indexing magazine delivers fast follow up shots:
10-round magazine for .177 calibre
10-round magazine for .22 calibre
Rifled, shrouded barrel
Dovetail mounting rail