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More NPSS links…

The NPSS is still making it’s round and the feedback has been really strong. Here are some more links to some of the blogs covering the gun around the net… The Pyramyd Air Blog – Tom Gaylord completes his review with part 2 and 3… Part 2 Part 3 Airguns of Arizona – Jock Elliott […]

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American Airgunner starts this week!

Just a quick reminder to everyone that the American Airgunner TV show is premiering this week on the Sportsman’s Channel. It is a great looking show from Paul Cappello and Tom Gaylord. This is a great opportunity to raise awareness of airgunning in the best possible light. Click here for the schedule… Watch the Trailer […]

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A first look at the NPSS Nitro Piston by Jim House

A first look at the NPSS Nitro Piston by Jim House

The Personality of the Nitro Piston If you have ever watched a dog wag its tail, you have doubtless noted that the back part of the dog also wags slightly. Moving the tail requires some force and there is an opposite force moving the dog. In the case of airguns, compressed air forces the pellet […]

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Benjamin Marauder: Your mileage may vary

Benjamin Marauder: Your mileage may vary

Crosman recently released our new Marauder PCP gun, and one of the features that make it different from its predecessor, the Discovery, is its adjustability. In fact it is probably the most adjustable PCP gun on the market. This also makes it one of the most versatile guns. Its adjustable hammer energy and valve transfer […]

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2009 Northeast Regional Field Target Championship

2009 Northeast Regional Field Target Championship

Summer is here and it isn’t just the weather that’s heating up, so is the shooting! One of the fastest growing competitive shooting events is Field Target Shooting. Competitions are popping up like dandelions in communities all across the country. Field Target Shooting is a hunting simulation game where shooters fire at steel silhouettes shaped […]

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Benjamin Marauder – part 3 by Tom Gaylord

Benjamin Marauder – part 3 by Tom Gaylord

In this report I’ll show you the accuracy and velocity I achieved with my test Marauder. Remember, I have a .177. Crosman asked me what velocity I would like with which pellet before they sent the test rifle. So I was fortnate to have the rifle arrive set-up the way I wanted it. I asked […]

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Get a first-hand look at the new Challenger 2009 PCP Competition Air Rifle

Get a first-hand look at the new Challenger 2009 PCP Competition Air Rifle

This Saturday, April 18th some of the Crosman Design Engineers will be participating at the CMP’s Competition Center North in Camp Perry, Ohio. You can find full event details from the following PDF link: http://www.odcmp.com/Competitions/CMP_AprProgram.pdf Jim Martin, lead Design Engineer on the Challenger will be at the match to answer questions and showcase the new […]

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Benjamin Marauder: Part 2 by Tom Gaylord

Benjamin Marauder: Part 2 by Tom Gaylord

The Benjamin name is on the bottom of the forearm so everyone knows where the rifle is in the rack. In Part One I stopped just before I got to the trigger, so let’s begin with that. Crosman says this trigger is an adjustable match-type unit, and I know that kind of terminology gets kicked […]

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Seasonal Shooting: Family Field Targets

Seasonal Shooting: Family Field Targets

It is time again for our semi-regular blog series on Seasonal Shooting. This time of year, flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and your kiddies are hopped up on sugar from their Easter candy. Those sugary sweet Easter candies can do so much more than buy your dentist a new boat – they can provide […]

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Marauder Update: Reservation Day

Marauder Update: Reservation Day

All right everyone, I know you have been waiting patiently for an update on the Marauder and how you can get one. Here is the skinny… The Marauder is coming along great, our production team is putting the final tweaks on the gun and components and preparing them for mass production in early May. Everything […]

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