Marauder Rifle .25 Synthetic Stock

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The new Marauder goes lightweight with a new, all-weather, synthetic stock. Featuring an ambidextrous raised comb, it’s well-balanced for carrying in the field. This powerful PCP air rifle offers all the features needed for pest hunting small to medium sized game. The choked and internally shrouded barrel provides both precision and ultra-hushed operation, producing the most accurate and quietest rifle in its class.  The two-stage, adjustable, match-grade trigger system helps to make every shot smooth and steady, while the innovative 8-round magazine allows for fast follow-up shots.  With the built-in pressure gauge and quick-disconnect Foster fittings, this gun is quick and easy to fill so you can refill and return to shooting sooner. 

 

What's New

  • All-weather synthetic stock designed and balanced with field carry in mind. Features an adjustable comb for a custom fit.
  • 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.

*No instructions are included for reversing the bolt. Please contact a Crosman Service Center for assistance.  

Additional Features

  • Multi-Shot, Bolt Action, PCP Hunting Air Rifle          
  • Up to 16 consistent shots per fill
  • Adjustable, two-stage, match-grade trigger         
  • 8-round magazine delivers fast follow up shots        
  • Rifled, shrouded barrel        
  • 50 foot pounds of energy (fpe)     
  • Dovetail mounting rail       
  • Sling mounts 

 

MRODAMMO25

*While supplies last. May not be combined with ProPicks or other offers.

Warning!NOT A TOY. THIS AIRGUN IS RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT USE ONLY. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.
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    • Specifications Overview

    • Model NumberBP2564S
    • VelocityUp to 900 fps
    • Weight7.3 lbs
    • Length42.8 inches
    • MechanismBolt Action
    • Power SourcePCP
    • Caliber.25
    • AmmunitionPellets
    • Capacity8 round rotary magazine
    • BarrelChoked, rifled, shrouded precision barrel
    • Optics RailDovetail
    • SafetyLever
    • MaterialSynthetic stock
    • ColorBlack

    Average Rating

    4.35 out of 5 stars
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    Rating Breakdown

    Excellent
    71% 12 reviews
    Good
    18% 3 reviews
    Average
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    Marauder Rifle .25 Synthetic Stock

    Customer Reviews

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    awsome rifle

    By legacy trails

    2014-01-06 11:52:28
    this air rifle is amazing i use to own a discovery but sold it and after shooting my buddies mrod i had to have one this gun is acurate i shot a water bottle at 100 yd
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    .25 synthetic marauder

    By Daniel

    2013-12-25 18:33:45
    I have only owned this gun for a short time, but i have found that it is perfect in every way. From the accuracy to the sound (none) to the power and it even looks great! If you buy this gun you will be very pleasantly surprised IF you buy a quality optic to go with it. ( get one with mil-dots, I have a hawke but a nice center point would do or you could get a less common but outstanding brand by the name of leapers) I have easily taken taken down squirrels and birds, I will soon attempt to kill a raccoon with it. I think, that with a very heavy pellet, such as a eunjin 43.5 grain destroyer, you could kill a hog easily out to 60 yards with a chest or head/ neck shot. One word from my end crosman: Perfection
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    Marauder synthetic. .

    By Daniel

    2013-12-25 18:19:16
    This gun is perfect in every way. Have put over 300 rounds through it in a few hours and it performs flawlessly. Overall this is an excellent rifle that can easily be used for several target shooting and hunting applications
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    Marauder synthetic. .

    By Daniel

    2013-12-25 18:19:16
    This gun is perfect in every way. Have put over 300 rounds through it in a few hours and it performs flawlessly. Overall this is an excellent rifle that can easily be used for several target shooting and hunting applications
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    Synthetic Marauder .25

    By Danny

    2013-12-25 16:17:08
    Got this gun on Christmas Day. Immediately sighted it in at 40 yards. I found that I could snap a twig half as big as my pinkie finger at 40 yards, killed two squirrels and 9 starlings at 40+ yards for all of them, all with head shots. It is very quiet, less than a .22 short round. Overall this is a very good gun and if it is taken care of, it will perform without flaw almost indefinitely.
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    Very accurate and quiet

    By MaxM

    2013-12-22 23:20:44
    I got this rifle 3 weeks ago from Walmart and already got 400 rounds through it. The trigger is just the best, light and adjustable. The rifle is very quiet to a 45 ft/lb out of the box.
    This rifle is also very accurate. I'm very satisfied with it ! very powerful rifle, good modern looking, and very accurate.

    Things to improve : Bigger air reservoir to allow more powerful shoots !
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    Shoots the fuzz off a fruit flies.......

    By Bill Rogers

    2013-12-18 02:56:17
    First PCP rifle I ever bought. I already put approx. 12,000 rounds through the gun in 3 days. I also purchased 88 cubic feet carbon fiber tank for the bargain price of over $700. Its a must. I also purchased 9 extra magazines since they always break. I have my .25 cal scoped out with Hawke sidewinder 30. I always keep it on full zoom even when I'm only shooting objects 3 feet away from me. I have shot multiple times the individual molecular dust particles off the individual strands of hair on a fruit flies nut sac at over 230 yards away during a category 5 hurricane at night holding the gun with my 2 toes on my left foot without looking through the scope. Keep in mind I was using full power setting and shooting Kodiak Match pellets with 3,000psi fill
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    Buy the old Marauder

    By Ali

    2013-12-16 02:00:28
    Buy the old generation and order an expensive, simple wood stock. This will cost you almost 300 dollars extra. Together with a Nikon Scope for 270 dollars. Nice leather strap. You will get an extremely nice rifle. I love it. It is a lot of money but believe me it worth it.
    Ali
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    Marauder Rifle .25 wood stock

    By GeneHubert

    2013-12-12 19:12:12
    Absolutely pleased and is accurate as accurate can be. So pleased I also purchased the Marauder .22 pistol and it too is great! Then just ordered at 2300s. That covers the field and I think I have an affordable set that will keep me pleased for years without breaking the bank.
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    Refinement of a Classic: 25 cal Syn Rod

    By FuzzyGrub

    2013-12-05 21:37:30
    This is truly a refinement of an American Classic PCP. This was purchased via pre-order from Pyramid Air. I also own a 1st gen Mrod 25 cal, which I will compare to.

    Packaging and Contents:
    Gun was essentially triple boxed. The crosman gun box followed by the crosman brown cardboard box, followed by an outer box with packing paper. The internal gun box had the familiar foam blocks holding the gun in position, along with the bolt and muzzle end protectors. The crosman box had the original packing staples, so this had not been opened. Package includes 1 mag, degasser tool, and documentation. BTW: the documentation does show a sister Mrod decked out with a wood stock. Future release?

    Cosmetic Inspection:
    One small mark on the right hand of the receiver/breech. A small scratch that was all the way through paint to the aluminum. It is about 1/2" forward of the rear right side mounting bolt. Also noticed that this has a different gauge, which does not have the Benjamin name on it. No other blemishes or cosmetic defects were noted. Serial Number: O13121242

    Initial Weight and handling:
    Weight of gun without any scope or rings was 7.6lbs, 121oz. Comparing that to my 1st Gen wood 25 cal, of 8.88lbs, 142 oz, yields more than a lb lighter (21oz). Balance point (without scope) is just forward of pressure gauge. To me that is a very good improvement. The rear of the stock sounds solid, not like the hollow syn stocks of a Savage Axis or Remington 700. You can produce some slight flexing in forearm if you try to twist it. Normal shooting is not an issue.

    A few thing that always bugged me about the 1st gen stock, have been addressed. The major one is the adjustable cheek riser. I installed a 56mm obj with high rings, and had plenty of adjustment. The foregrip on the 1st gen was fat and always seemed like it may slip out of my hand when I pick it up, one handed from vertical wall rack. While the new foregrip looks about the same width, the dovetail makes for a secure grip. The fat pistol grip area is gone. On original Mrod, my thumb and middle finger would only overlap by a little bit, point of thumb to tip of middle finger nail. Now my thumb reaches the 1st knuckle. This also provides a much more secure one hand holding. Trigger position is closer and seems more comfortable to me.

    Other changes include a new 7 baffle system that replaced the 4 of old. It does seem quieter at equivalent power levels. While I'm right handed, the new model comes with the Prod style ambidextrous bolt. I like the 4 bolt breech over the older 3 bolt. The factory depinger is an improvement, but doesn't completely eliminate the ping at higher power levels.

    Accuracy is about the same, which is very good, using JSB Kings. Power levels and tuning seem near equivalent to the old. Stock out of the box the tune was a declining string. After some adjustment, had it tuned to a Low Es string, for two mags. 861-870-860fps w/Kings.

    Overall, this has allot welcome refinements to what has become an American Classic. You get allot of value for the price. 4.5 stars
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    Good for the money

    By Chris

    2013-12-01 23:16:23
    I bought the .25 about 3 weeks ago and have put 1000 JSB pellets through it with pretty good success. My gun is putting the 25.39grain JSB pellets over the crony at 830FPS for 20 shots. I can crank the power up and get 860 for about 8 shots but prefer the lower tune for the accuracy. I hunt a large field where long shots are part of the game and the gun delivers if you do your part. I have the Sidewinder Tactical 6.5-20 on it and have taken crows out to 83 yards according to the range finder. I took it to the firing range and managed to hit soda cans at 105 yards pretty reliably.

    Now for the bad, the gauge on this gun SUCKS. I fill my gun to 2900psi and by the time I finished my first tin of pellets the gauge was reading 500psi off. One call to Crosman and the very helpful lady sent me a new gauge no questions asked. Only problem is it suffered the same faith about 400 shots later. I replaced it with the 0-6k psi gauge from Ninja and it's been solid and looks way better in the black synthetic stock. Also be sure to clean your barrel when you get the gun because mine was nasty. Two patches with Hoppe's 9 and a few dry patches and it was clean and driving tacks at 50 yards.
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    The new 25 cal Benjamin Marauder

    By TimBow

    2013-11-19 12:14:48
    WOW. need I say more !! It's everything that I been reading about !
    It's NOT a kids gun, this gun ROCKS ! Small to med size game don't stand a chance with the 25 cal.
    I can knock the balls off of a Sycamore tree at over 45 yards. That's with the Benjamin Dome, I have 3 more of the top selling pellets. But shooting like that , I can't ask for. Anything better lol. I'm hit pigeons with a 880 pellet gun (177 cal) and most would fly away to come back later but not with the 25 cal marauder !! One shot :) it is very quiet compared to most break barrel pellet guns. Love the new look and the feel of the NEW marauder.
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    Marauder .25 synthetic.

    By Dsmooth

    2013-11-16 02:57:12
    After hearing nothing but good things about these rifles I decided to breakdown and take the plundge.. Im really glad i did.. This is my first pcp rifle and after shooting it, i sold my rws springers because i knew they were no longer going to be used. The accuracy of these guns is really impressive. This gun is very tunable and easy to work on. the .25 has some serious knockdown power (RIP crows:/ )and best of all its quiet!. The synthetic stock makes this gun really nice to carry. Its not a burden to carry. I bought the carbon fiber air tank and its really easy to fill up the gun, I was worried that it would be a pain in the butt which is why i delayed buying a pcp rifle but it's not an issue. I love this gun.
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    The Fill Tank Leaks!!!

    By Very Unhappy Costumer

    2013-11-05 14:54:56
    I purchased my synthetic P.O.S. the day it came out, and waited about a week for it to get to me. Now that it's here I regret it spending on it. I pumped it up, BY HAND, and come back thirty minutes later only to find it half empty. I am so disappointed to have to leave a review like this, I also have a .177 cal. with the wooden stock that is perfect. I just hope Crosman makes this catastrophe right. Oh yeah, and the costumer service guy, 'Ken' is his name, was very unapologetic. I really hope someone else finds this review helpful!
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    Only .08 pounds lighter.

    By Anonymous

    2013-10-31 10:55:43
    The new Marauder goes lightweight", "Made top secret changes to the valve".
    Who writes this stuff?

    For only .08 pounds I'd rather have the old wood marauder. The traditional design of the wood stock has been state of the art for 200 years. The wood stock is rigid and doesn't flex. That adjustable comb looks like it could get a bit wobbly after a while.

    Why would Crosman want to keep the improvements made to the valve a secret?

    The dollar is worth almost half what it was when the old wood Marauder was introduced. So, Crosman was forced to either, design a Marauder that was cheaper to manufacture or double the price of the old wood Marauder.
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    Only .08 pounds lighter.

    By Anonymous

    2013-10-31 02:41:10
    The new Marauder goes lightweight", "Made top secret changes to the valve".
    Who writes this stuff?

    For only .08 pounds I'd rather have the old wood marauder. The traditional design of the wood stock has been state of the art for 200 years. The wood stock is rigid and doesn't flex. That adjustable comb looks like it could get a bit wobbly after a while.

    Why would Crosman want to keep the improvements made to the valve a secret?

    The dollar is worth almost half what it was when the old wood Marauder was introduced. So, Crosman was forced to either, design a Marauder that was cheaper to manufacture or double the price of the old wood Marauder.
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    idk

    By jaun

    2013-10-29 19:38:51
    ive never used this before =]

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