Benjamin Airguns Now Has Muddy Girl & Realtree Camos

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The inevitable march towards the multitude of camouflage patterns goes on. This time joining the movement is Crosman airguns and their Benjamin high-end air guns. The Marauder in .25 caliber is now available with camouflage patterns from Moon Shine Camo and Realtree. The patterns are Realtree MAX-1, Xtra, and Moon Shine’s ubiquitous Muddy Girl.

For those not familiar with the Marauder, we reviewed the Armada airgun a few months back. The Marauder platform serves as the basis of the Armada. 

The stocks are also available a-la-carte for $125 and is available for any Marauder owner and compatible with all calibers. For those looking to class their airgun up, a real wood stock is also available for $579.

 

Full Press Release Below:

Benjamin Airguns Announces Limited Edition Air Rifles

FEATURED FINISHES FROM REALTREE®, MOON SHINE CAMO®

BLOOMFIELD, NY – The preferred air rifle of serious hunters is now available in popular camouflage finishes in a limited edition run available exclusively on crosman.com. The Benjamin Marauder .25 caliber precharged pneumatic rifle can be ordered in Realtree MAX-1, Realtree Xtra or Moon Shine Camo’s Muddy Girl.

The Marauder delivers lethal accuracy to 75 yards on small game and 40 yards on furbearers and predators. With a factory-installed shroud and suppression system, neighbors or nearby game animals won’t hear the shot, giving shooters more hunting opportunities.

The Marauder has long been considered a rifle that shoots beyond its price point and the addition of an adjustable comb and increased shot count have added to its reputation as the definitive air rifle for hunters.

“Realtree MAX-1 is perfect for western hunters looking to blend in amongst the sage in arid environments, while Realtree Xtra is an amazingly realistic woodland pattern,” said Chip Hunnicutt, Marketing Manager for Crosman. “Muddy Girl is one of the hottest patterns on the market and we are excited to partner with Moon Shine Camo to be the first company to feature it on an airgun.”

The Benjamin Marauder is being offered for $599.99 in any of three patterns. Current Marauder owners may purchase the stock for $125.00 and easily install it themselves. The Marauder is also available in an all-weather black synthetic stock and a wood stock for $579.99.

– See more at: http://www.shootingwire.com/story/346820#sthash.20DNnGWi.dpuf



Nathan S.

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

Nathan can be reached at Nathan.S@TheFirearmBlog.com

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • I know that Americans can’t into aesthetics, but even by our standards “Muddy Girl” is just wrong. Very, very wrong. Why not burnt orange? Or a blue? Or even neon yellow?

    • Errrgh!

      Do you guys have a newsletter?

  • DFTG

    I just came here to see if Claymore had checked in yet.

  • Mattie Dimes

    As hideous as the Muddy Girl camo is, I’m glad to see that the hydrographics process is being adopted by more firearm manufactures. I feel this is beneficial to both those working in hydrographics facilities here in the USA, and to the consumers, as they are seeing more options for personalizing their weapons. I get that this form of decoration isn’t for everyone, and it seems that companies usually go with the “safe” patterns like woodland or grassland camos. However, there is a huge library of design options out there, and perhaps overtime we might see more of these options trickle down.