Archive for Category: "PCP Marauder"

Hunting in South Africa: Part 2 by Jim Chapman

Hunting in South Africa: Part 2 by Jim Chapman

Ethics of Airgun Hunting: One of the most frequently asked questions I get from hunters that use more conventional weapons is “is it ethical to hunt with an airgun”? This is a fair question, and the short answer is yes. If one knows their gun and what it is capable of, both in terms of […]

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Hunting in South Africa: Part 1 by Jim Chapman

Hunting in South Africa: Part 1 by Jim Chapman

Introduction As an outdoor writer, and moreover one specializing in hunting airguns, I get to shoot a lot of airguns. There are many good rifles being produced today, and a few great ones. But what we have been missing is a great hunting airgun at a price point most hunters can afford. In a marketplace […]

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Marauder Single Shot Tray is available…

Marauder Single Shot Tray is available…

Since releasing the Marauder we have had one accessory request more than any other, a single shot tray. Well we heard you loud and clear. The new single shot tray slides in the same channel that the multi-shot clip fits in and allows for a single round to be fired from the Marauder. The single […]

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Airgun Hunting in South Africa with Jim Chapman…

Airgun Hunting in South Africa with Jim Chapman…

Today on Croswords we are taking a few minutes to talk with noted airgun hunter and writer Jim Chapman. This past summer Jim took the Benjamin Marauder on a hunting trip to South Africa and carefully chronicled his journey. He collected all these notes and pictures into a book that we will be sharing with […]

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The Marauder and I by Jim House

First impressions are not always reliable. During a quick look at an object one feature may be noted and even that not in an objective way. Given an extended period of experience with the item, an entirely different perspective may be developed. With the Marauder and I, it was not necessarily love at first sight. […]

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Benjamin Marauder: Your mileage may vary

Benjamin Marauder: Your mileage may vary

Crosman recently released our new Marauder PCP gun, and one of the features that make it different from its predecessor, the Discovery, is its adjustability. In fact it is probably the most adjustable PCP gun on the market. This also makes it one of the most versatile guns. Its adjustable hammer energy and valve transfer […]

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Benjamin Marauder – part 3 by Tom Gaylord

Benjamin Marauder – part 3 by Tom Gaylord

In this report I’ll show you the accuracy and velocity I achieved with my test Marauder. Remember, I have a .177. Crosman asked me what velocity I would like with which pellet before they sent the test rifle. So I was fortnate to have the rifle arrive set-up the way I wanted it. I asked […]

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Benjamin Marauder: Part 2 by Tom Gaylord

Benjamin Marauder: Part 2 by Tom Gaylord

The Benjamin name is on the bottom of the forearm so everyone knows where the rifle is in the rack. In Part One I stopped just before I got to the trigger, so let’s begin with that. Crosman says this trigger is an adjustable match-type unit, and I know that kind of terminology gets kicked […]

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Marauder Update: Reservation Day

Marauder Update: Reservation Day

All right everyone, I know you have been waiting patiently for an update on the Marauder and how you can get one. Here is the skinny… The Marauder is coming along great, our production team is putting the final tweaks on the gun and components and preparing them for mass production in early May. Everything […]

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Benjamin Marauder: Part 1 by Tom Gaylord

Benjamin Marauder: Part 1 by Tom Gaylord

The new Benjamin Marauder with the CenterPoint 8-32X56 scope is an impressive air rifle! I thank Crosman for the opportunity to present my impressions of the new Benjamin Marauder. I first saw the rifle at the 2009 SHOT Show in Orlando, and I remember being very impressed by just the appearance of the rifle. This […]

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