Ed has been with Crosman Corporation for 16 years and is currently the Director of Engineering. He has held a number of positions in Manufacturing and Quality Engineering, but over the last ten years, has been instrumental in new product design and development.
Although not a lifelong hunter, he has been shooting air guns since he received a Crosman CO2 pistol when he was 12 years old. As often happens, tin cans and targets soon turned into squirrels and sparrows. He recalls, “growing up in Western New York, I remember when I first learned my new prized possession was made in Fairport, New York, and telling my father I was going to work at Crosman when I grew up”.
Outside of work Ed’s hobbies in the shooting sports are varied and include taking his sons deer hunting in the fall, as well as pheasant and small game hunting. He has competed in most of the shotgun sports, but enjoys skeet the most. On the rifle range he shoots CMP high power matches as well as silhouette. “My favorite shooting event of the year is the Crosman Northeast Regional Field Target championship. My best showing was a third place in the off-hand pistol event.”