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Old 01-21-2017, 02:29 PM   #1
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Default new Marauder FT??? any detailed info

Who brought detailed info back on it ??
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Old 01-21-2017, 06:25 PM   #2
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Field & Target regulator, featuring on/off capability
Rifled barrel for pinpoint accuracy
New wood stock
Up to 70 regulated shots (.177 caliber)
Up to 50 unregulated shots (.22 caliber)
Shrouded barrel with integrated sound suppressor
Adjustable, raised comb cheek piece
Reservoir pressure gauge
Reversible bolt handle for left hand shooting
Optimized trigger positioning
Rotary magazine holds 10 shots
3000 psi

Not much else I could find out there tom.
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Old 01-24-2017, 12:23 AM   #3
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Default Reamed barrel blanks

Marauder Field & Target
Moving on, we come to the new Benjamin Marauder Field & Target — the Marauder with a regulator. It’s easy to spot, because it’s that silver strip between the reservoir tube and the receiver of the rifle. I don’t see it live on the website yet, but it looks just like a regular Marauder with a couple important differences.

Marauder Field & Target
Moving on, we come to the new Benjamin Marauder Field & Target — the Marauder with a regulator. It’s easy to spot, because it’s that silver strip between the reservoir tube and the receiver of the rifle. I don’t see it live on the website yet, but it looks just like a regular Marauder with a couple important differences.

Adjustable regulator?
Does it really have an adjustable trigger? Yes and no. The regulator is not user-adjustable, but a switch on the bottom of the forearm allows the shooter to engage it for maximum shot count or disengage it for greatest power potential. Remember that the Marauder is already one of the most owner-tunable air rifles on the market — this feature simple gives you one more option. However, if should be used in conjunction with all the existing adjustments. And Crosman made the switch operate by a coin, or by a tool they now build into the cap that covers the air inlet nipple. Neat!

Can you retrofit a regulator to your Marauder? No. Installing a reg is a complex process with several new parts, including the stock.

The new rifle also comes with an adjustable cheekpiece — another thing done right. And Crosman is now reaming their tubes before rifling them — which improves accuracy. The new Field & Target rifle will have a reamed barrel. And, I have saved the best for last. The suggested retail price will be just $619! Phooey on the naysayers who were guessing it would cost a grand. Apparently Crosman is here to stay!


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Waiting to hear more on this one. Could be a great gun.
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Should be a good one
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