Welcome to the home of the Marauder air rifle community.

We invite you to join our community of like minded airgun enthusiasts who enjoy the Marauder PCP airgun.

Warning PCP airguns are addictive, some of our forum members probably enjoy tweaking and tuning the Marauder more than they enjoy shooting it.

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People land on this site for many reasons. Some are trying to research the Marauder before they purchase, others are upgrading and tuning, and some are trying to solve problems they may of encountered with their Marauders. That is why I created this forum.

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So... You don't think airguns can be as accurate as firearms?

I can prove your wrong...

Watch this video of me shooting at steel silhouette targets placed 109 yards away with a .25 Marauder.  I was just messing around and rushing my shots.  When you watch the video you will see me hit  and easily knock down 5 of the 8 steel silhouette targets.  The marauder .25 only has a 8 shot magazine, where the .177 and .22 have 10-shot magazines.

And that was from a Unmodified .25 Marauder

The sad reality is, not all Benjamin Marauders shoot that well out of the box.

Marauder Service Tool Kit

Marauder Service Tool Kit

  • This is a must have kit for the proper care and feeding of the Marauder Airrifle.
  • Everything stored together in one place.

The power and synergy of a forum

Luckily, we have this awesome group of people from all over the world who together form this big collective knowledge base.  Some people are here to troubleshoot, and some are here to innovate and push the boundaries of speed and power.

Now the sky is the limit with a Marauder

Some really cool things have evolved to make the Marauder air gun a popular platform, that can be tweaked and tuned. Now with a little effort on your part it is easy to tune the marauder for maximum shot count, or hopped up in power all the way to 100 foot-pounds of energy (with the .25).

Almost everything a marauder buyer or owner could could want in one place

Special thanks to all the Marauder Forum Members that helped make this possible, through collaboration and innovation.

Tuning Guides

Tuning guides have been written by some pretty respected guys in the air gun community. They help explain tuning the Marauder in much more detail than the owner's manual.

Learn more about tuning marauders

After Market Performance Parts

Aftermarket parts can make your marauder shoot smoother and perform better. They have parts that stop the ping, and stuff to make the marauder even quieter. When it comes to performance some of the parts will give you more power, more consistent shots per fill. Now you don't have to scour the internet searching for the best parts, because we let the vendors sell them right here for a one stop marauder shop.

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Forum support and reviews

The forum has a ton of resources to help you along the way. You will find troubleshooting tips, advice, reviews, and discussions. On many topics related to the marauder air guns including optics, fill equipment, airgun events, and more.

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  • Re: .25 hill mod results December 11, 2017
    i never put the time in with the WAR valve...I shattered my knee cap twice in 2 months, and couldnt deal with the pump. Today I pulled the neglected marauder from the safe to sling some lead. the gun lost all pressure. i went to pump it and the pump wouldnt get me past 1k […]
    TXmrod
  • Re: am i being naive here? 30 shots per fil with 38+fpe ? December 10, 2017
    Shorty wrote:Don't be skeptical. Still have the gun and it is still set up the same way.Here's how you do it step by step.https://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/in ... c=103892.0Using a 25, I was capable of doing 50fpe for 40 shots on a fill. That gun is now un-regulated.I get it. Lightweight pellets at low energy output. Nevertheless a […]
    Al.Ex.Magnum
  • Re: Marauder pistol folding stock December 9, 2017
    Thank you.G10 is epoxy and fiber glass (often use as Knife Handle Material for exemple).http://usaknifemaker.com/knife-handle-parts/handle-material-hardware/micarta-tm-g10-phenolic-c-95-36.htmlI get the folding stock on Ebay.
    kodiak
  • Re: gen 2 owner December 9, 2017
    wha.zzup,Congratulation on your new rifle! Good choice. I have one, too, and like it a lot. It sounds like your breech o-ring is now on your bolt probe. You should be able to see the o-ring in the breech. I use a small LED light for this. My gen2 synrod does not have an o-ring […]
    RogerB
  • Re: New .22 synrod -Kinda LOUD December 9, 2017
    Hey Uggs,I am brand new to this forum and to PCP AGs as well. Picked up my own synrod .22 on Black Friday from PA as my first PCP. So like you, everything is new for me (and I too am having a blast learning about everything). Mine is really quiet. I can only compare […]
    prfssrlee
  • Re: For trade: Boyds Marauder Gen 2 blue stock December 8, 2017
    Bump
    Covmister
  • Re: New .22 synrod -Kinda LOUD December 7, 2017
    Uggs wrote:Hi Board, I'm a new member & have my new .22 synrod about 5 weeks now. Thing is a blast to shoot. Just added a UTG 3-12 x 44 scope and enjoying shooting more & more everyday. My question is how do you judge if your rifle is shooting loud. Thing seems kinda noisy […]
    Cagomoc
  • Bling December 7, 2017
    Stock: Boyd’s Blaster by golddregger of Paradise, CABolt: By MotörheadFill Cap: Marmint MalitiaMuzzle Cap: Austin B of TexasSS Screws for rings: Ace Hardware
    Barnydaddy
  • Re: 120th Marauder Built in Jan 2010 (Made In The USA) December 6, 2017
    I wish that was my case. Mine is Gen 1 butt ugly.
    Brazos
  • Re: 120th Marauder Built in Jan 2010 (Made In The USA) December 5, 2017
    2009 is excellent vintage The stock I bought from a guy off the yellow forum classifieds. I just posted a want to buy, and he called me and gave me a choice of 3 stocks. The one I selected was the nicest of the three.regarding your stock; the older stocks were know to have some […]
    DRAGON64