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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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Discovery at Junior Shooters…

The Marauder has been generating a lot of excitement since it’s release, and rightly so. But we can’t forget the Discovery, which has been a PCP phenomenon in it’s own right. The Discovery paved the way for the Marauder and is still out there making it’s mark and getting great reviews from shooters everywhere. A […]

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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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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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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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