Two top airgun publication in the United Kingdom give high praise to the Benjamin Trail and its Nitro Piston powerplant. Airgunner and Airgun World writers Charlie McFee and George Stevens shared the same high regard for design and special touches, such as the well-thought front sling mount and Weaver rail scope mount. “The Benjamin Trail […]
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Hunting season is right around the corner and now is the time to pick up a new Crosman break barrel powered by Nitro Piston! From squirrels and rabbits to ‘coons and coyotes, a Nitro Piston airgun redefines the break barrel category for hunters. Replacing the traditional coiled steel spring with a nitrogen-filled gas ram results […]
Ken D’Arcy, CEO of Crosman Corporation, was interviewed by host of the NRA News show, Cam Edwards. You can check out the interview on http://www.nranews.com Just click on the red ‘program archive’ button at the middle-top of the page. Then click on the ‘January 19′ tab on the right and you’ll see a little thumbnail […]
Well the first day of SHOT Show is officially over. Crosman had really good attendance with not only our high traffic area helping, but the actual design of the booth as well. The booth structure is extremely inviting with open sides and stand-alone kiosks. It towers nearly to the ceiling (probably 30 feet tall) with […]
The NPSS is still making it’s round and the feedback has been really strong. Here are some more links to some of the blogs covering the gun around the net… The Pyramyd Air Blog – Tom Gaylord completes his review with part 2 and 3… Part 2 Part 3 Airguns of Arizona – Jock Elliott […]
The first impressions of the NPSS are hitting the web and I have the links for you to check out… The Pyramyd Air Blog- Tom has a great Blog. If you are an airgun fan you should be reading this… The Airgun Forum – www.airgunforum.org – Steve is the moderator over there and he has […]
The Personality of the Nitro Piston If you have ever watched a dog wag its tail, you have doubtless noted that the back part of the dog also wags slightly. Moving the tail requires some force and there is an opposite force moving the dog. In the case of airguns, compressed air forces the pellet […]