Tony Martins is an airgun authority and outdoor writer based in Arizona. He was instrumental in obtaining stateapproval for more hunting opportunities for airgunners in that state. This season, .35 caliber PCP airguns and larger are legal for more large game than any other state in the country, including bear, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, javelina, [...]
Prostaffer Ian Harford and Team Wild take the 2013 Redneck Tour down South for hogs at Alabama’s Enon Plantation. His tool: the Benjamin Rogue .357 big bore air rifle.
Benjamin Prostaffer Ian Harford brings the big gun to cull a pesky Jacob’s Ram in Texas.
Rick Ward has hunted predators for thirty years. It wasn’t until he relocated to an urban area did he consider airguns for pursuing them. “Like most hunters I grew up with an airgun. I took small game asa youngster with several Crosman products,” said Ward. When he moved to Georgia he could heard the coyotes [...]
Fred Eichler was in Kansas in December 2012 hunting coyotes for Predator Nation and brought along the Benjamin Rogue .357 air rifle. Catch Predator Nation on the Sportsman Channel Tuesday’s @ 10:30am, Thursday’s @ 9:30pm and Friday’s @ 12:30am. Notice no magazine in the Rogue? Fred was using low scope mounts and it wouldn’t fit. [...]
The old saying, “there’s no grass under his feet”, is an apt description of Ian Harford. The latest member of the Benjamin Prostaff and the man behind Team Wild TV planned to make the most of his recent time in the U.S. and when the dust settled, the ground under his feet was tamped to [...]
Benjamin Prostaffer Ian Harford unboxes a new Rogue .357 and sights in in anticipation of a Texas boar hunt. Follow Ian on Twitter and Team Wild on Facebook and YouTube as the action unfolds in January.
Join Ian Harford in Africa as he pursues giant rabbits on a farm with Nduna Hunting Safaris. Along the way he’ll get an opportunity on an elusive Genet.
Prostaffer Ian Harford takes you on the hunt for a Red Hartebeest in Africa with the Benjamin Rogue .357 air rifle. Ian, his guide and cameraman close the distance by crawling out of sight of the animal, then taking the shot at 52 yards.
Prostaffer Barry Stewart found some time this fall to do some hunting with the Benjamin Marauder .25 caliber air rifle. I live on over 100 acres in Texas and have been feeding deer the usual corn, but have been having trouble wild wild hogs tearing up the feeding grounds and eating the corn intended for [...]
Joshua White lives in north Texas and he knows a thing or two about hogs. He makes a living eradicating them and a gun must be efficient, accurate and Texas-tough enough to take down the big hogs he deals with. That’s the Rogue from Benjamin. The boars in the photo above were all taken with [...]
Prostaffer Doug Trumpowsky has been hitting the woods in search of squirrels here in New York and offers these tips for early success success: The best tip to offer is look for the food source. This year at least in the area I have been hunting there are very few acorns so I have been [...]
Steve Holden (pictured above) and James Wagner of Veteran Predator Hunters have sent word that they have a coyote down on video and we can’t wait to bring it to you! Steve explains how it went down: “We were settling in for our second setup of the evening calling predators. We were in position for about [...]
Thanks to Redd Bordelon for granting permission to reprint his post from the Adventures in Airguns forum. Notes from Redd: “The P-rod is still stock and does the job extremely well. I spent a single session at the range a couple days before to get the pellet selected for the hunt, filled her the night [...]
Inside Outdoors TV takes the Benjamin Marauder .25 caliber air rifle hog hunting in Oklahoma.
Jim Chapman is a recognized authority on hunting with airguns and part of the Benjamin Prostaff. This article first appeared on his blog on June 27. Follow him at American Airgunner. I’ve been living and hunting in Indiana for about ten years now, and have spent a lot of time in the field not only [...]
Ian Harford, an international hunter, marksman and outdoor writer based in the UK, recently brought the Rogue along on safari in south Africa to prove its mettle. Along with an SCI recordbook Mountain Reedbuck, Harford took this Red Hartebeest at 52yards using the 145-grain Nosler Ballistic Tip air bullet. The shot penetrated two ribs and [...]
The Benjamin Rogue is headed for the record books. Not the dustpile of projects past, but the world record book of Safari Club International, one of the most respected organizations for international hunters and big game records. On a spot and stalk hunt in South Africa, international hunter, marksman and outdoor writer Ian Harford of the UK [...]
In 2011, prostaffer Terry Tate invited Terry Neumaster to Texas for a hunt with the Benjamin Rogue .357 and after a morning of clearing beavers from a stock tank, the pair sought out this ram. This non-native species had been let loose from an exotic ranch. With a single shot at 52 yards, Terry and [...]
John Klosenski manages the gun shop of Kittery Trading Post in Kittery, Maine. He is an avid airgunner and member of the Benjamin Prostaff. This article appeared in Varmint Hunter magazine. It all started when I stopped by a local farm where I usually shoot a few pigeons and starlings with the air gun in [...]
Bill Karr, Editor of Western Outdoor News, NorCal, was hunting with his Benjamin Trail Nitro Piston .22 caliber air rifle in Eldorado County, California on April 6. I’ve had a blind set up on a 40-acre piece of oak savannah on a hilltop, and there were turkeys in the area that I had seen. I [...]
Sam Wood is back with another story from the Wisonsin woods! This has been a crazy year as far as the weather in Wisconsin. We have had very little snow and very mild temps. Usually we are still covered in snow and going stir crazy due to the lack of hunting seasons but not this [...]
Photos and article courtesy of Jim Chapman, Benjamin Prostaff and a popular outdoor writing contributor. Keep up with Jim at his website, American Airgun Hunter. Airgun Hunter BRIAN BECK is an expert on coyote, and used the Benjamin Rogue .357 to drop a nice late winter song dog on his first day hunting with the rifle! [...]
It was a tough Saturday around western New York if you were a squirrel. With the season ending on February 29, many hunters were hitting the woods as relatively mild temperatures and a welcome break from snow made for a nice outing. Prostaffers (above, LtoR) Mark Deboard, Steve Upham and Jason Douglas grabbed their Benjamin [...]