Backyard Hunter Pack (Synthetic .22)

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Backyard Hunter Pack (Synthetic .22)
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Prostaffer John Klosenski, known as "John K" to those who seek his advice on all things shooting, is an avid airgunner and helps many farmers in his area with their pest control needs.

"In my business I frequently get approached by customers looking for an air gun to take care of a pest problem. Mostly it is "squirrels in the bird feeder, or crows in the garden". Sometimes there are concerns as a lot of residential areas require little or no noise. This is where the Marauder comes in.

I like the Marauder for "backyard" applications due to the accuracy, power, and lack of noise.

Forget about 1600fps with a .177 alloy pellet. That is just a lot of hype. If you want to get the job done, get a .22 or .25 caliber Marauder and a good Centerpoint scope and go to the range.... which could be right out your back door. It is that quiet.

I like the .22 caliber for calm days and with the .22 caliber Crosman Premier pellets sighted 1" high at 20 yards, I can make hits out to 65 yards and drop crows in their track. Try that with an "alloy" pellet out of a competitor's gun. Sure, alloy pellets have their place, but Crosman Premier dome shaped pellets hold their velocity and buck the wind much better than lightweight pellets.

I tell my customers to take some time and get to know the gun. I put a chart on the top of my scope showing where the gun is sighted and what the drop is out to say 85 yards. I do this on a calm day with a good rest. The mil dot reticle in the Centerpoint goes a long way in taking the guess work out of holdover. Shoot at a large target and note where the pellets strike at the longer distances. I use a laser rangefinder to get accurate distances so if I am at a farm with for example, a crow problem, I can apply my tables to the field. If you are shooting in your yard, you can make note of the various distances in relation to the mil dots. "Dead on to the bird feeder and one mil dot high to the back of the lawn", something like that.

Once you shoot the Marauder, you will be hooked. It is by far, one of the best small game rifles out there."

The Backyard Hunter Pack includes:

  • Benjamin Marauder .22 air rifle
  • 500 rounds of Benjamin Domed 14.3gr pellets
  • Extra pellet magazine
  • CenterPoint Adventure Class 4-16x44 mm scope with mounts

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Technical Specs
Preorder No
Best Seller No
Caliber .22
Powerplant PCP
Lead Pellet Velocity 1000
Alloy Pellet Velocity No
Steel BB Velocity No
Action No
Length 42.5
Length N/A
Product Weight 7.2
Weight with Accessories No
Air Reservoir 3000 psi
Barrel Material Steel
Rifled Barrel Yes
Barrel Type No
Buttpad No
Camo Pattern No
Checkering No
Cocking Effort No
FPE $31.72
Joules No
Front Sight No
Rear Sight No
Material Synthetic
Magazine 10 Shot
Mounting Rail No
Noise Suppression No
Trigger No
Stock Style No
Included Optics No
Sling Mounts Included No
Stock Material No
Primary Use Small Game Hunting, Pest Control
Primary Capabilities Pest Control, Small Game Hunting, Target Shooting, Varmint Hunting
Safety Lever
Rings included? No

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Suggested Activities

  • Predator Hunting
  • Varmint Hunting
  • Pest Control
  • Small Game Hunting
  • Target Shooting
  • Competition