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Benjamin Marauder Air Rifle (.177, .22 or .25) @ Cabelas - $360 shipped (+ tax)

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Last Edited by widgit July 10, 2016 at 01:46 PM
Cabelas has had the Benjamin Marauder Air rifles in their bargain cave for some time now at $399, but they have an extra 10% off coupon until the 19th that brings the price down to $360 with free shipping. Tax may be applicable in some states.

As an extra bonus, you can pair this with the 12% discounted gift cards from SaveYa or other gift card websites which brings it down to about $317 if you don't have to pay tax.

This is an awesome gun and the lowest price I've ever seen.

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WTH are people really willing to pay this much for air rifle. I thought paying close to $150 was stupid. To each their own but i just dont get this "deal".
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WTH are people really willing to pay this much for air rifle. I thought paying close to $150 was stupid. To each their own but i just dont get this "deal".
And another thing: cyclists who spend $5K or more on a bicycle when they can get a used motorcycle or even a car for less.

And don't get me started on people who enjoy archery ...
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This is a pre charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifle that can be fired several times on a full charge (~3000 PSI). They are relatively quiet, and can often be used in areas where firearms cannot (within city limits, for example) for pest control, target shooting, etc. I have a 0.25; it is very accurate, and has negligible kick. For what I need it for, it is definitely worth it.

For those considering one, keep in mind that you'll also need a special pump to pressurize the air chamber. I'm sure most looking at these already know this.
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Sweet gun! And probably lowest price I've seen on a pcp. I also have a $100 cabelas gift card. So tempted!

My brother buys $500 fishing rods and comparable reel to match. And one rod for every fishing setup. To each their own. Do what you love and its money well spent! This a good pcp and the price really doesn't go down on these as of late. Cheapest pcp you can buy

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WTH are people really willing to pay this much for air rifle. I thought paying close to $150 was stupid. To each their own but i just dont get this "deal".
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Quote from PeteyTheStriker View Post :
WTH are people really willing to pay this much for air rifle. I thought paying close to $150 was stupid. To each their own but i just dont get this "deal".
Do you think a .22 pellet from air-rifle, at 1000 fps (in 30-50 yds range), is also a silent deadly weapon?
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buy a real rifle at this price point.
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Quote from chumpss View Post :
Sweet gun! And probably lowest price I've seen on a pcp. I also have a $100 cabelas gift card. So tempted!

My brother buys $500 fishing rods and comparable reel to match. And one rod for every fishing setup. To each their own. Do what you love and its money well spent! This a good pcp and the price really doesn't go down on these as of late. Cheapest pcp you can buy
Yep, do what you love...since you will have no idea on what to do w/ your $1 mill cash (when you are sitting in the wheelchair at 90+ years old). Big Grin

Quote from jacobyo View Post :
buy a real rifle at this price point.
It's too loud...& especially, will wake up my neighbors (who is a town's Sheriff). Big Grin
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Quote from majorhavoc View Post :
And another thing: cyclists who spend $5K or more on a bicycle when they can get a used motorcycle or even a car for less.

And don't get me started on people who enjoy archery ...
Quote from superdog View Post :
This is a pre charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifle that can be fired several times on a full charge (~3000 PSI). They are relatively quiet, and can often be used in areas where firearms cannot (within city limits, for example) for pest control, target shooting, etc. I have a 0.25; it is very accurate, and has negligible kick. For what I need it for, it is definitely worth it.

For those considering one, keep in mind that you'll also need a special pump to pressurize the air chamber. I'm sure most looking at these already know this.
Quote from chumpss View Post :
Sweet gun! And probably lowest price I've seen on a pcp. I also have a $100 cabelas gift card. So tempted!

My brother buys $500 fishing rods and comparable reel to match. And one rod for every fishing setup. To each their own. Do what you love and its money well spent! This a good pcp and the price really doesn't go down on these as of late. Cheapest pcp you can buy
Do any of you guys own a scuba tank to pressurize it or do you just hand pump? I have heard the hand pump is a pain. How long does it take ot pump it up? What caliber do you guys prefer? Thanks in advance.
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Last edited by bargainhunterforever July 7, 2016 at 10:16 AM
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It takes a bit of work for the initial charge, but if you're starting from ~2000 psi or so, it's not too bad with the pump (it helps that I'm close to 200 lbs). That said, if you plan to shoot a lot, I'd definitely look into the scuba setup. Mine is only used occasionally, so no biggie to top it off once in a while. I have been considering getting a tank to make it even easier, though.
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What is the return policy? I'd like the .22 but have heard negatives about the barrels on those.

Thanks,
Rich
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It's been awhile, but I paid $360 shipped on gun trader for a RWS 350 magnum with 4X scope. This deal doesn't seem so cheap. The RWS will cut a ragged hole at 30 yards, it's a tack driver.
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I would not buy a standard scuba tank for this (or any 3,000+ PSI) gun. Scuba tanks generally have a max pressure of 3,000 PSI, so you can never get a full fill in your gun, and every subsequent fill will be even lower. I'd look at the 4,500 PSI carbon fiber tanks like https://www.amazon.com/Air-Ventur...B00DZYM4A2. Not only do you get a number of full, 3,000 PSI fills, but the tanks are also smaller and lighter than full size scuba tanks. Take a look at one of the online calculators like http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/T...lCalc.html to play with the numbers and decide what you really want.
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#14
It you're on a budget, get a steel scuba tank that can be filled to 3442 psi.
The marauder operating pressure starts off at about 2700psi down to 2000 depending on your tune.
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#15
Can this be used to do a 360 no scope on some vermin?
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