See the Newest Hunting Airgun Technology

Crosman Corporation is exhibiting the newest in hunting airgun technology at the 2014 IWA Outdoor Classics show in Nuremburg, Germany from March 7-10. Be sure to visit Crosman in Hall 7, Stand 112 where the ground-breaking new Nitro Piston 2 (NP2) break barrel technology will be unveiled to the international marketplace for the first time.

According to Crosman President and CEO, Phil Dolci, “Nitro Piston 2 is a completely new system that changes the game for break barrel airgun performance.”  The all-new powerplant generates 15 percent more speed, 35 percent more power, requires up to ten pounds less cocking force, and features an upgraded trigger.  NP2 features new patent pending technologies that minimize vibration and recoil, making airguns equipped with the system more accurate than ever. “The NP2 shoots 55 percent faster than spring powered airguns and has double the effective hunting range of simple gas piston powered guns.  And we’re proud to be building Nitro Piston 2 equipped airguns in America, right here in our Bloomfield, New York facility,” added Dolci.

“Be the first to glimpse a new era in American air power with the cutting-edge Nitro Piston 2 break barrel powerplant,” says Crosman Marketing Coordinator, Laura Evans. “The Benjamin Trail series of air rifles is the first to be remade with the incredible NP2 system and will be on display during the IWA show,” she said.

“Crosman prostaffer Ian Harford of Team Wild will be on hand in the booth Friday and Saturday to talk with you about hunting with Benjamin airguns,” says Evans. “So stop in, visit with him in person, and learn what Benjamin airguns are capable of in the field” Evans says. International hunter, competitive marksman and prolific outdoor writer, Ian Harford is one of the UK’s leading hunting personalities. From airgun field target shooting through to big game hunting adventures across the globe, Ian is a highly experienced all-round hunter and outdoorsman.

Ian Harford of Team Wild       12pm to 1pm       March 7 and 8

In addition, Crosman recently announced the opening of a new logistics facility in Copenhagen, Denmark that accelerates order fulfillment to the company’s growing customer base in Europe. The new partnership provides transcontinental logistics to the European market with an extensive and compliant selection of products, stated Dolci. “Fulfilling orders faster and customizing products to satisfy EU countries’ regulation requirements are the cornerstones of our expansion strategy. Enhancing that service to our European customers is a priority and we expect this facility to be a significant contributor to our international growth efforts,” Dolci said.

Crosman Corporation will exhibit its product line at the IWA Outdoor Classics from March 7-10.  Visit Hall 7, Stand 112

6 Responses

  1. Mike Strickland

    I’ve had difficulties in getting a satisfactory benjamin np .22cal that doesn’t break down and shoots accurately. I’m currently on my third factory replacement.The first two rifles broke down [1st trigger mechanism broke,2nd would not cock]. I recieved a Bejamin nps and functions properly but the accuracy is weak.I’m wondering can be done to satisfy this shortcoming.Please let me know. Thank you,Mike Strickland

    • chunnicutt

      We stand behind our products and will work with you until you are satisfied!

  2. Jimmy Squires

    Can we get an update on the Rogue 357? Many of us would like to buy one, but has Crossman quit manufacturing it? If so, will there be a replacement in the large caliber arena?

    • chunnicutt

      We do not comment on unannounced products. We can say this: Crosman is not out of the big bore business.

  3. Gary Sharp

    I have a power master760 s#176046857 with a brass cocking handel can you tell me what year it was made and is the barrel twist in side Let me know Thanks Gary Sharp Tulsa Ok.

    • chunnicutt

      Look for the Blue Book of Airguns in your local library.