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Gun Trade World Makes Rogue Cover Feature

Gun Trade World Makes Rogue Cover Feature

Gun Trade World, International periodical for the shooting industry, featured the Benjamin Rogue .357 air rifle on the cover of its September 2012 issue with hunter Ian Harford and the trophy red hartebeest he killed using the rifle. The story and postmortem video showcasing the damage the airgun did to the animal’s internals can be […]

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Benjamin Featured On American Outdoors TV

Benjamin Featured On American Outdoors TV

Crosman’s Chip Hunnicutt visits with American Outdoors TV during the 2012 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in St. Louis.

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Understanding Airgun Calibers

Understanding Airgun Calibers

This is a guest post from our friends at Airgun Depot. We’ve had the opportunity to offer Crosman air guns to our customers since we opened our doors back in 2002. We often get asked the same question over and over again: What caliber airgun is best for me?  While there are many factors that […]

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A Closer Look At The New Turbo Aire Hand Pump

A Closer Look At The New Turbo Aire Hand Pump

Crosman announced the new Benjamin Turbo Aire Pump at the 2012 SHOT Show for use with the company’s line of PCP airguns.  These popular guns require fillng an air reservoir up to 3,000 PSI and a hand pump is the least expensive fill option. The tradeoff has always been effort required and the Turbo Aire is […]

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Rogue Hunting Rifle Now Available

Rogue Hunting Rifle Now Available

Production began this week on the much-anticipated Rogue™ .357 Hunting Air Rifle by Benjamin®. To kick it off, we’ve created a page to get you up to speed on the features and what the experts are saying about this whole new breed of big bore airgun. From Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) to a series of […]

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Benjamin® Rogue .357 FAQs

Benjamin® Rogue .357 FAQs

With the Benjamin® Rogue .357 launch right around the corner, we know you have questions!  The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below will be available on the Rogue product page and if you have a question not listed here, simply add it to the Comments. Coming soon:  a video Quick Start Guide and the Know Your […]

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Rogue The Right Tool For Hogs

Rogue The Right Tool For Hogs

Following their recent trip to Texas for predators, prostaffers Ed Schultz and Chip Hunnicutt traveled to Pennsylvania in pursuit of wild hogs.  ”Hogs have a well-earned reputation for wrecking farmlands, gamelands and being a general nuisance,” said Hunnicutt.  ”While some folks are trying to convince you that small caliber airguns are okay to take hogs, […]

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Lloyd Sikes Reviews The Rogue

Lloyd Sikes Reviews The Rogue

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 […]

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Win A Marauder .25 From NRAHuntersRights.org

Win A Marauder .25 From NRAHuntersRights.org

Crosman Corporation, long known for innovation and quality in the shooting sports, today announced the giveaway of a .25 caliber Benjamin Marauder PCP air rifle on the popular website NRAhuntersrights.org during the month of April. According to J.R. Robbins of NRAhuntersrights.org, “the lucky winner will receive a one-of-a-kind Benjamin Marauder hunting airgun package. Engraved with […]

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Benjamin® Rogue .357 Pricing Announced

Benjamin® Rogue .357 Pricing Announced

Named among the NRA’s Top 100 Guns for 2011, anticipation for the Rogue .357 from Benjamin® has reached a fever pitch and today Crosman releases the package details: Rogue .357 featuring the patent-pending eValve and EPiC technology Power Class 3-12x44mm optic from CenterPoint Hunting & Outdoors Both 3/8 dovetail and 3/8 picatinny optics mounting rings […]

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