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Arguably the most popular online destination for all things AR, the Crosman MAR177 was featured on AR15.com as part of its SHOT Show coverage. The MAR177 is a .177 caliber, 600fps upper that will fit on any mil-spec AR lower. Designed with the CMP Match competitor in mind, the MAR177 allows the shooter to use […]
Photo courtesy of 177air.com Airgun World recently featured the Crosman 150 in John Milewski’s article, “Pocket Rocket”. The 150 was a .22 caliber pistol produced between 1954 and 1967 with some variations along the way. It was powered by a “12.5 gram CO2 cylinder” or as Milewski describes it, “the first gun to be powered […]
This is a guest post by AJ “JrSquirreler” Stewart, a 14 year old airgun enthusiast. The Crosman 1377c is a great pistol. It is extremely accurate and a great time. This pistol is great for plinking, and small pest control. I have never had such an accurate air pistol in my possession. When I got […]
To have a product included in Peterson’s Hunting magazine’s annual “Gear of the Year” issue is an honor, to have four while nearly sweeping an entire category says something about a company. Take a look at the four guns selected: a pistol, a PCP rifle, a break barrel and an entirely new first-of-its-kind product, the […]
AJ “JrSquirreler” Stewart is back with a review of the Nitro Venom Dusk. The Crosman Nitro Venom Dusk is a very unique air rifle. This air rifle is lightweight, accurate, quiet, and on top of that, it has Crosman’s Nitro Piston technology. The Nitro Venom is great for plinking, all the way up to small […]
This is a guest post by AJ “JrSquirreler” Stewart, a 14 year old airgun enthusiast. I recently won the Crosman Recruit in a contest on Crosman’s Facebook Fan Page. Since I won this air rifle in a Contest, I thought maybe Crosman was trying to “give” these things away. Boy was I wrong. The Recruit […]
“I have been competing in International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association sanctioned matches for over 25 years. Until I acquired my Marauder, every handgun that I purchased except for full custom guns built to my specifications required a visit to my gunsmith for a trigger job, and this includes handguns that cost three times that of […]
Tom Gaylord aka “B.B. Pelletier”, recently reviewed a pre-production model of the Benjamin Rogue .357 in a three-part series. From the history behind the development of the ePCP™ technology to a discussion on shot strings associated with a gun featuring nearly limitless shot variabilities, the postings represent an excellent first glance at the new rifle. […]
Lloyd Sikes (above, pictured with Jim Shockey) is the inventor of the eValve™ powering the new Benjamin® Rogue™ .357. Last week he had an opportunity to shoot the Rogue for the first time. Well, she moved away and grew up. Most of you have known about the Rogue only since January, but I’ve been working […]