Benjamin Marauder Pistol Forearm

(7 customer reviews)

$24.00

Benjamin Marauder Pistol Forearm


  • Thicker, taller, and more ergonomic than the stock forearm.
  • Select with or without the pressure gauge hole.
  • Integrated picatinny accessory rail for flashlight, laser, bipod, etc.
  • No modification necessary for installation. Uses stock hardware.
  • 3d Printed in ABS plastic in the USA by a veteran-owned business.
  • FREE shipping within the US. Ships same or next business day via USPS.
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Description

This is an improvement on the stock Benjamin Marauder Pistol Forearm. It is thicker and taller and includes an integrated Picatinny accessory rail. There is an ergonomic thumb and fingertip indention and a 4 slot picatinny accessory rail. The rail allows for the installation of a bipod, laser, flashlight, etc. It has a matte black finish with a slight layered texture common to 3d printing. It doesn’t require any modification to the stock P-Rod for installation.

You can now choose to include the pressure gauge hole or exclude it if you’ve removed the pressure gauge and installed a regulator. Please only select the “No Pressure Gauge Hole” option if you do not have a pressure gauge or anything else attached to the stock pressure gauge hole.

Follow the simple steps below and you’re in business:

  1. Remove the two screws that secure the stock forearm to the airgun and set them aside.
  2. Remove the stock forearm from the airgun.
  3. Position the new forearm and align with the threaded holes. (If they don’t align, you need to adjust the barrel band position.)
  4. Reinstall the two stock screws.
  5. Enjoy!

You can also view the video below to see the installation demonstrated:

Additional information

Weight5.5 oz
Dimensions8 × 1.3 × 1.92 in
Options

With Pressure Gauge Hole, Without Pressure Gauge Hole

7 reviews for Benjamin Marauder Pistol Forearm

  1. LyndonK (verified owner)

    I love it! It really makes a better hand hold and feels so much more substantial

  2. Tony (verified owner)

    This forearm is a must have addition to your P-Rod. The factory one is too slim. This gives you something to hold on to and it looks great installed. The 3d printing quality is great and it fit perfectly. Another great product and a price that can’t be beat. Buck Rail makes it affordable to customize your pistol the way you want.

  3. Richard (verified owner)

    Another great product from Terry.

  4. fwwbronco (verified owner)

    Gives P-Rod more of an awesome look better grip too, just wish it had a checkered pattern like the suppressor. Worth every penny will be buying more. Got along with a Suppressor and stock. BTW the screws in your forearm are 8x32tpi by 3/8″ long, just in case you need to know. don’t wait to buy it.

  5. Jack Booth (verified owner)

    It looks good and feels great.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/XkfrYc1hyU8bb24w7

  6. SqrlHntr (verified owner)

    This was my first Buck-rail product. After modding the stock p-rod foregrip to death, I searched around and came across this one. Having seen some really bad 3D parts from other fabricators, I was skeptical, but being made in Texas I couldn’t pass it up and ordered. Best external modification for the p-rod. Detailed finish work, no stragglers or wonky looking rows, very uniform and clean, solid 3D work. Pic rail is perfect, width and channel are spot on. Screw holes lined up perfectly ( gauge port too on my 2nd one) , and it fits on a few p-rods exactly the same. Depth is really nice, and the finger groove has nice deep channel the fits thumb and finger equally as well. I was instantly sold on Buck-rail products and own a few now!

  7. Vagen (verified owner)

    I can’t speak highly enough of this piece. I wasn’t expecting much, purchased simply because I was already ordering the adjustable stock and suppressor for my new prod, so why not. Well, it ended up being my favorite upgrade of the lot. The finger contour, the fact it meets the finger guard perfectly, and the picatinny rail is icing on the cake. I took some 220 grit and finished off with steel wool to smooth out the 3d printed texture….once buffed, it had a great feel and look. Hoping they make a prod grip to match. Just great….

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