Benjamin Marauder BP2220 Air Pistol with Shoulder Stock


MSRP: $500.00 You save $100
Includes factory 1-year limited warranty
PDF manual

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This is a .22 caliber bolt action single shot, and comes with a self indexing 8-round shot clip. Benjamin’s PCP (pre charged pneumatic) Marauder Air Pistol is an accurate, and powerful pellet pistol. The model BP2220 comes with a synthetic shoulder stock. With up to 3000 PSI of compressed air, the velocity is rated up to 700 fps.

  • 22 caliber
  • Bolt action
  • Pre-charged pnuematic

Powerful, accurate, and great for target shooting

Optional Shroud Extension

  • Installs onto the Benjamin Marauder factory shroud
  • Does not interfere with re-filling/charging
  • Body and end caps made of aluminum
  • Anodized to match the Pistol.
  • Finish will not flake or chip off.
  • Removable spring and baffles
  • 5.5″ long.



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