Crosman Introduces New CO2 Powered Soviet Style Air Rifle

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Comrade AK, Multi-Shot

Crosman Corporation today introduced its newest CO2-powered air rifle, the Crosman Comrade AK. The tactical, semi-auto, BB rifle is styled after popular Soviet rifles and offers considerable power and shot capacity making it an exciting choice for plinking and target shooting.

According to Crosman Product Manager, Crystal Martin, “The new Comrade AK thrills shooters by sending BBs downrange at scorching speeds up to 600 feet per second while it provides a surprising 150 shots per CO2 cartridge.  The gun delivers 22 BBs as fast as you can pull the trigger and offers convenient reloading with storage in the magazine for extra BBs and a CO2 cartridge,” she said. “Simply pop in the CO2, fill the reservoir with BBs and enjoy a fun day of shooting.”

“The Comrade AK features a removable, all-weather synthetic stock and a Picatinny mounting rail so you can quickly mount a scope, red dot or laser,” states Martin. “And this rapid-fire rifle sports an elevation and windage adjustable rear sight for accurate targeting,” she said. “The Comrade AK is proudly built at our corporate headquarters in Bloomfield, New York. Take it outside and enjoy fast, accurate and satisfying shooting,” Martin added.

The new Crosman Comrade AK has an MSRP of $99 and will be available at retail in the spring of 2014.


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  1. Tony says:

    Looks cool!! Will we be getting an under 500 FPS version in Canada?

  2. Andrew says:

    Yess only $99 yeahhhhh what a great deal caint wait till this is available

  3. Andrew says:

    I hope they stock em in walmart or big 5

  4. Tony says:

    Looks cool! Are you going to make an under 500 FPS version for Canada?

  5. Chris says:

    That looks pretty darn awesome, I would certainly appreciate it if I got the opportunity to make a video review on this beauty.

  6. David says:

    Will it still be powerful without sacrificing any accuracy

  7. paul timm says:

    Can I mount a rail system to it?

  8. paul timm says:

    Is it true it is coming out on march 11 2014?

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