In the summer of 2011, the Pumpmaster 760 will experience improvements in body styling and performance. With the shooter’s comfort and fit in mind, the forearm has been designed with improved texture. New checkering to the grip, as well as an ergonomically-styled cheekpiece round out the changes aimed at enhancing the shooter’s experience. The new […]
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Product Manager Terry Neumasters reviews the great updates coming to Silhouette competition pistol this spring. Highlighted features include an infinitely adjustable front sight and the highly-regarded trigger from the Marauder pistol.
Tom Gaylord posted his review of the new Benjamin® Marauder® PCP Pistol in a two-part series, proclaiming “I have to tell you that I am lovin’ this pistol….I might have to buy it, rather than send it back.” The first one hundred Marauder pistols were recently released on Crosman.com with wider availability coming in a […]
Outdoor writer and Benjamin Prostaffer Jim Chapman posted this review of the Marauder PCP Pistol on his website, American Airgun Hunter. The Marauder PCP Pistol will go on sale this Friday, November 18th exclusively at Crosman.com. This post has been edited for length. After months of waiting the Marauder Pistol I’ve been talking about for […]
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 […]
Since its introduction, the Benjamin Marauder has been singled out for its accuracy on field targets and small game. In its latest issue, Predator Xtreme Pro-Staffer Jim Chapman expresses his thoughts on the Marauder .25: I am anxious to get this gun out for coyotes in a couple of the suburban areas where the whisper-quiet […]
Steve Ware reviews the Crosman 1700P, the company’s debut PCP pistol specifically for silhouette and target competitions. With a top-end velocity of 450 fps and 88 years of gun-making experience behind it, the 1700P proudly features a German-made Lothar Walther™ precision barrel ideal for match competition. What really convinced me that this is an excellent […]