Article contributed by King George High School The King George High School NJROTC Rifle Team placed first in the Sporter division of the 2014 JROTC Three-Position National Championships. The match was held March 20-22 at the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) Competition Center at Camp Perry in Port Clinton, OH. There they competed against the top […]
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Here’s a guide to getting the most out of your airsofting this year: Have fun! This is the most important rule and while you are having fun yourself, make sure that what you are doing isn’t ruining another person’s fun. Call your hits. Even if you *think* you got shot call your hit. What’s worse: […]
The 2014 JROTC Service Regional Southeastern Championships took place earlier this month and the Crosman Challenger sporter class rifle helped lead the way for many teams and competitors. One in particular caught the eye of Mark DeBoard, Crosman’s Shooting Service Manager and prostaffer. “As the Shooting Services Manager at Crosman I get the opportunity to […]
Outdoor writer Tony Martins stopped by the Crosman booth during SHOT Show 2014 to see the latest airguns for hunting and we had a chance to visit with him about working with state wildlife agencies. Tony was successful in expanding hunting opportunities in Arizona a wide variety of small and large game species, from rabbits […]
Field target competitor Greg Shirhall finished fourth in Hunter PCP at the Northeast Regional Field Target Championship in July. His scope caught our eye; the adjustable objective optic has the ranges printed on the bell and in order to read them he would have to move from his shooting position, read the range, then regain […]
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Shooting Sports USA, the competitive shooting journal of the National Rifle Association, highlights several Crosman offerings in its latest issue. The publication is digital-only and can be viewed online for free. Featured products include the Challenger sporter class rifle, 1720T pistol and Benjamin air tank. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
New Jersey is the latest state to recognize airguns as a legal manner of take for hunters, approving squirrels and rabbits for the 2013-14 season. “That should be inspiring news for young hunters and an opportunity for more “seasoned” individuals like me, who haven’t picked up a pellet gun in years, to revisit the pleasures […]
Seeing truly is believing. That’s what happened when Ian Harford showed up at the Texas Hunt Lodge earlier this year with the Rogue .357 and the Benjamin Prostaffer not only made believers of his hosts, but laid the groundwork for what has become the first international record keeping body to recognize airguns as a method […]
With the end of summer closing fast, many airgunners’ thoughts begin to turn to hunting, visions of small game and predators dancing in their heads. Fortunately two states have passed new regulations for the upcoming season that vastly expand airgun hunting opportunities. In March, the state of Alabama approved airgun calibers of .30 caliber and […]