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Crosman Announces MAR177 PCP Conversion Kit For AR/M4-Style Firearms

Crosman Announces MAR177 PCP Conversion Kit For AR/M4-Style Firearms

Crosman Corporation, long known for innovation and quality in products for the shooting sports, has announced availability of the new MAR177 PCP Conversion Kit. According to Crosman Domestic Product Manager Tom Clark, “The Crosman MAR177 PCP Conversion Kit (modular adaptive rifle), replaces the upper on your existing AR/M4-style rifle and converts it into a competitive, […]

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Crosman Introduces New Benjamin MAV 77 Underlever Adult Hunting Air Rifle

Crosman Introduces New Benjamin MAV 77 Underlever Adult Hunting Air Rifle

Crosman Corporation, long known for innovation and quality in products for the shooting sports, has introduced the new Benjamin® MAV 77™, its first underlever hunting air rifle.  The new rifle’s cocking and loading method make it easy to use and highly accurate in the woods. According to John Alvord, Crosman product manager, The Benjamin MAV […]

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Crosman Introduces New Nitro Venom Hunting Air Rifles With Modified Stock Design

Crosman Introduces New Nitro Venom Hunting Air Rifles With Modified Stock Design

Crosman® Corporation, long known for innovation and quality in products for the shooting sports, has introduced two new Crosman Nitro Venom™ break barrel air rifles powered by quiet and effective Nitro Piston technology. According to Crosman product manager, Sara Calcagno, “Airguns with the nitrogen piston power plant produce 70% less noise than spring powered airguns.  […]

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SHOT Show: Nitro Piston Concept Gun

SHOT Show: Nitro Piston Concept Gun

Prior to this year’s SHOT Show, Crosman sent the annual mailing of our new, 2010 product catalog to our vendors. Among other things, the catalog mailing included a key attached to a Nitro Piston™ key chain with instructions for SHOT Show guests to bring that key to the Crosman booth during the show for a […]

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Hunting in South Africa: Part 1 by Jim Chapman

Hunting in South Africa: Part 1 by Jim Chapman

Introduction As an outdoor writer, and moreover one specializing in hunting airguns, I get to shoot a lot of airguns. There are many good rifles being produced today, and a few great ones. But what we have been missing is a great hunting airgun at a price point most hunters can afford. In a marketplace […]

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Marauder Single Shot Tray is available…

Marauder Single Shot Tray is available…

Since releasing the Marauder we have had one accessory request more than any other, a single shot tray. Well we heard you loud and clear. The new single shot tray slides in the same channel that the multi-shot clip fits in and allows for a single round to be fired from the Marauder. The single […]

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Reporting on the Crosman Challenger PCP: Part 2

I promised you I would check out the shot performance of the new Challenger right “out of the box”. First, using the Benjamin hand pump, I charged the Challenger to 2000 psi – the factory recommended fill pressure. I used the gauge on the pump for all tests to maintain consistency. Next, I chronographed the […]

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Airgun Hunting in South Africa with Jim Chapman…

Airgun Hunting in South Africa with Jim Chapman…

Today on Croswords we are taking a few minutes to talk with noted airgun hunter and writer Jim Chapman. This past summer Jim took the Benjamin Marauder on a hunting trip to South Africa and carefully chronicled his journey. He collected all these notes and pictures into a book that we will be sharing with […]

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Reporting on the Crosman Challenger PCP

Reporting on the Crosman Challenger PCP

Meet Ray and Hans Apelles – Crosman Pro Staff, and National and World Field Target Competitors The father and son team of Hans and Ray Apelles “The ‘A’ Team” started shooting field target in 1995 after reading a magazine article about competitive field target matches. They attended a local match together, and the rest is […]

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The Marauder and I by Jim House

First impressions are not always reliable. During a quick look at an object one feature may be noted and even that not in an objective way. Given an extended period of experience with the item, an entirely different perspective may be developed. With the Marauder and I, it was not necessarily love at first sight. […]

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