The new Rogue™ .357 ePCP featuring eValve™ technology was a huge draw during Media Day at the Range leading up to last week’s S.H.O.T. Show. Four television shows and a dozen major media outlets including Outdoor Life and Peterson’s Hunting were there early to get a chance to shoot the first big bore rifle from Crosman and Benjamin. Their reactions speak for themselves.

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22 Responses

  1. B A Eastep

    The gun is one big monster but the price is way to much for me . PA has a price of 8.000 i do hope that is a joke cause would like to have one

  2. aaronk214

    yeah but with a big bore gun like tht where can you get the ammo???

    • Chip @ Crosman

      Ammunition will be available right here on and anywhere the Rogue is sold:
      145 grain Nosler® Ballistic Tip®
      90 grain and 175 grain Benjamin® eXTREME™

  3. Grant

    I would be very interested in if it can take cast round-ball, or if there will be a mold available for its pellets? This would be a wonderful air rifle for a muzzleloading fan.

    What kind of batteries, though?

    • Chip @ Crosman

      AA batteries for the panel only, estimated to be good for 10,000 shots (they do NOT power the valve). No round balls or molds are planned. Muzzleloaders, archers, anyone looking for a new challenge, this gun is right up their alley!

  4. Grant

    Maybe I misunderstood, I thought the valve was battery powered. I was hoping to share projectiles with a .38 frontloader.

  5. Alex

    Very enthused about the Rogue, but saw a hiccup in video. As bolt was cycled back, what looks like the mag latch got released and rendered the gun safe until re-engaged (foward). If that is a mag latch, could it be smaller or the bolt handle longer?

    • Chip @ Crosman

      The latch behind the bolt is actually a safety. If it is in the forward position, the gun is on safe because it prevents the bolt from going into the fire position.

  6. john

    can you at gives us a price range of where this pcp will be, under a grand or over a grand. there is zero on this topic,just in case guy like me want to save up for it.

  7. Rich from Ohio

    The ammo by Nosler , is unreal are they or you going to make this same thing in 25,22 or .177 cal for the rest of us ?This gun would be a great deer rifle for my WIFE ! Is this gun made here in the USA ? ( ALL OF IT?)

    • Chip @ Crosman

      Nosler is excited to be a part of the project and they have provided some great input. No plans for smaller calibers right now, but as the relationship evolves, who knows. As for the gun itself, there are some foreign components. It is assembled right here in our Bloomfield plant.

  8. mdauben

    This gun has really caught my attention, but after reading about the ammo I’m not sure I would want to risk the probably selling price. When I first saw the name of the gun I thought it was shooting .357 handgun bullets. The idea that it will only shoot *proprietary* ammo supplied by Benjamin has me worried that if Benjamin discontinues the gun in a couple of years, I’ll be left with a very expensive door stop. 🙁

    • Chip @ Crosman

      The .357 ammunition created by Nosler and Benjamin are specifically made for airguns. They have less contact with the barrel than their firearm equivalent in order to reduce friction (that’s the reason for the bands). They’ll work in any .357 airgun so no worries. And we are dedicated to this project so it won’t be going away.

  9. Rober McOsker

    Have I missed something or has no ballistics been published? I have no idea if this is a 25 yard squirrel demolisher or a 50 -100 yard coyote gun, I saw in blogs some gentleman talking about a deer rifle for his wife and I am hoping that’s a joke. It looks very interesting but there is no info about it, how is it charged? If the deification hits the rotary oscillator would it be something a person could take into the woods for quiet survival hunting?

    So many questions so little time.

    • Chip @ Crosman

      Ballistics have not been published but you are correct on both counts: it can be both a squirrel gun and a coyote gun, with effective yardages ranging from 80 for coyotes to 110 for prairie dogs.