Benjamin BP2220-AP Marauder Woods Walker PCP .22-Caliber Pellet Pistol, Realtree AP Camouflage
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Even though it isn't silent, it is as silent as a compound bow in terms of shooting. I'd guess that the sound of a is 1/5 the size of a. The short answer is 22.
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Selected User Reviews For Benjamin BP2220-AP Marauder Woods Walker PCP .22-Caliber Pellet Pistol, Realtree AP Camouflage
Now that I own this gun for about a year, I have no plans to sell it. I have been more than happy with the service! The first thing I did was to write Having fallen in love with the capabilities of the 22 Marauder rifle, as well as the stealthiness, he had fallen in love with the rifle. The rifle does not perform well when the gun is too heavy or too small. It was much better to have something smaller and lighter to perform close range and covert operations. The Marauder Pistol grows into its own at this point! In the past, I have not mounted a rifle stock to a pistol, since I wanted something compact. Critters were getting into my shed, and I had no space to use anything but my pistol to fight them off. I shot the pistol for the first time the night I sighted it in, and one of those 8 pound critters walked It wasn't a good move on his part, but it demonstrated the power of The only ammunition you should use if you need to take care of critters weighing less than 10 pounds is 22 cal. As soon as the gun came out of the box, it was extremely It was so much so that after shooting the gun in wide open space at a critter, I almost started crying. My eyes fixed on the pistol to see if I had a squib loaded into it. I knew it was working when the critter fell to the ground dead. This game had a very low frame rate (560 fps) and was underpowered for critters of squirrel size. Despite a slight hammer spring adjustment, I was still able to live up to my promise of maintaining a respectfully quiet sound signature, while gaining 80 more frames per second In the preceding paragraphs the volume increased noticeably without any indication on the chronograph of that change. Db levels are of more concern to me than other concerns, such as power, since I have very close neighbors. In my case, the chronograph readings were more accurate than the aural tuning. A key measure of the extra power generated by the tune up was the amount of time the one pound critters stopped breathing after the tune up. The number of DRTs (Dead Right There) had heightened considerably over the previous few months. The red dot can be worn out at 20 yards, I was able to sight it in at that range. It is still visible underneath the dot on the 5" steel plate. It's best to shoot with both eyes open so that the target will be correctly identified. I called and they sent me new flip up caps since mine broke quickly because they are cheap and the hinge cracked quickly. Despite the fact that they are still cheap, I don't care for how long they last. The red dot scope has too much glare inside the tube to see past when I'm shooting in low light. Moreover, I find that bad sights are one of the reasons I shoot in low light. This is not about what they do, but merely how they do it. With the use of a flashlight, the issue is solved, but it cannot be used in every instance. My solution to this problem turned out to be something that I found on my own. The sighting upgrade is as follows As you can see in the photos, I did cheat the factory scope back towards me on the rail, just enough so that a cheap low-profile dovetail rail red visible laser could be placed For shots taken after dark within 10 yards, it has proven to be an excellent accessory. When held in front of you like a pistol, the gun will draw unwanted attention, but if you shoot from the hip it is also effective. Give one a try, it really helps when you have to make rapid shots. It is a wonderful gun, and I cannot say too many good things about it. It is used frequently This book is well worth the money.
A great shotgun that is easy to use and shoot, has great build quality, and There is nothing like this gun. It was perfect and there was nothing The purchase seems like a no-brainer so I can't imagine anyone being unhappy with it. The gun has been in my possession for about five days, and I've shot several hundred pellets through it so far, and I'm very pleased with it each time. It is between 3000 and 2000 psi that I keep the pressure at. If the pressure drops below 2300 psi, there is a small drop in accuracy but it should still be good up to 25 yards. You can now pump from 2000 to 3000 psi in under a minute, depending on how low you are willing to go. There are a total of 24 to 32 shots depending on how low you want to go. It's my experience that the red dot site covers the target more than I like past 25 yards, but there's still plenty of punch to shoot farther away. Although groups at 25 yards are 1", they are still close together. A very high level of build quality has been achieved. Despite being a lightweight weapon, the gun feels substantial and solid. This is a great gun, five stars!.
On my old one, I had a red dot bsa mounted, but the woods walker comes with a pistol scope that's very nice. Is there any reason not to give it 5 stars? There are no marks on the clip that comes with the gun! (I'm sure they will replace it, but it would have been great if they hadn't handled this. Here is an update 8 months after This gets a 5 star rating from me! The above clip is a few weeks old. I bought new ones recently. They worked great with molymag metal grease, and I have now slid the action a thousand times through to make sure they are working well. I absolutely love 1500 rounds. It goes very smoothly. I like the gun because it is like fine wine, great out of the box but gets better and better with age. And although it is a short range 750 fps gun, the accuracy with Predator Polymag pellets is stunning. In fact, last night I picked frozen peas off of a 3" nail driven half way through and positioned 10 yards away! This is great for rodents and small small game. By blasting mice before they run under a deck, you can thin out the backyard squirrels. The kill is always a one-shot shoulder shot (again with . ) If you will only ever own one airgun, you should take a look at the following directions before investing $200 - $300. You can purchase a gas piston or springer rifle for $300. I hope you enjoy it!.
There was no place to place the pellet clip under the scope provided. My scope mounts were broken, so I had to buy new ones. Further, the clip included with the package did not fit the rest of the device In order to get it to fit, I sanded it down 64ths of an inch on the table with a piece of sandpaper. Benjamin's specifications do not match those from the parts suppliers.
Benjamin Marauder Woods Walker is one of the really good ones I got. In fact, it took a little over 500 rounds for groups to start forming well. They say it likes copper-plated pellets best, and it is proven to be true. The Beeman's seem to be popular. I put a 3-inch UTG in it With medium rings on it, it has a 9x32 BugBuster scope. The gun will fit perfectly in it. I only have a gripe about the play that everyone in the stock is talking about. You don't have to worry about it as long as you understand what a shim is. But seriously, Benjamin, you are making yourself look bad with your ill-fitting stockings. It is only possible because the gun is so powerful that you get away with it.
This is not a Rim Fire that I will be using. Squirrel will never again be able to get 22 Cal. It has never been easier. It is extremely accurate at 50 yards and i also own a Marauder rifle that i love, it is also very accurate at 50 yards. The lighter version is much better. As they are so silent, you will not frighten any Squirrels when you fire the Marauders. It is not necessary to keep waiting for them to come back out after shooting.
Who is involved? In this case, not at all. The scope does no good unless you buy one. You won't have a website if you don't buy one. It is fuzzy where the dot is. There is a poor quality to the lens covers. I found the gun to be decent, but it is hampered by the scope. I don't like the fact that it costs so much.