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Behind The Gun: Doug Trumpowsky

Behind The Gun: Doug Trumpowsky

Throughout the halls and factory floor of Crosman Corporation, the chatter is not always about designing and manufacturing the world’s best airguns – just as often it is about shooting them. Crosman engineer Doug Trumpowsky joined the company three years ago and is a talented trap shooter and outdoorsman: My favorite time hunting with an […]

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Jim Chapman On The Marauder .25

Benjamin Prostaffer Jim Chapman heads to Kansas with the Marauder .25cal PCP rifle and that means trouble for prairie dogs. To learn more about hunting with airguns, visit Benjamin Hunting.

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Crosman And Just Kill’n Time Team Up For Youth Hunt

Crosman And Just Kill’n Time Team Up For Youth Hunt

Crosman Corporation recently teamed up with Buck Buchanan and Max Rowe of television’s “Just Kill’nTime” to help kids in Virginia make the most of the state’s Youth Hunting Day.  The statewide event is an opportunity for kids 15 years and younger to deer hunt with a properly-licensed adult. “Twelve kids were selected for this year’s […]

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Crosman Hosts Hunter Education Course

Crosman Hosts Hunter Education Course

Crosman Corporation recently hosted a Hunter Education Course on its campus for 44 adults and youths.  The course was taught by the company’s own health and safety manager, Dave Dandino, who has been with the company 31 years.  Dandino, who is hunter and bowhunter certified, has taught the course for 25 years.  He and his […]

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New York Hunting License Includes Airgun Regulations

New York Hunting License Includes Airgun Regulations

New York hunting licenses for the 2010-2011 season go on sale today and for the first time will include regulations for taking small game with air guns.  Including air guns in these regulations ensures hunters are aware of minimum power and caliber requirements for humane harvesting of critters and predators. Air guns may be used […]

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Hunting in South Africa: Part 2 by Jim Chapman

Hunting in South Africa: Part 2 by Jim Chapman

Ethics of Airgun Hunting: One of the most frequently asked questions I get from hunters that use more conventional weapons is “is it ethical to hunt with an airgun”? This is a fair question, and the short answer is yes. If one knows their gun and what it is capable of, both in terms of […]

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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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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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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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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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