Crosman Corporation, long known for innovation and quality in products for the shooting sports, has introduced the new Benjamin® MAV 77, its first underlever hunting air rifle.  The new rifle’s cocking and loading method make it easy to use and highly accurate in the woods.

According to John Alvord, Crosman product manager, The Benjamin MAV 77 Underlever lives up to the Benjamin name for elegance, fine design and accuracy.  “This new underlever is the first of its kind in the Benjamin line and a new benchmark in what hunters want for hunting varmints and small game.”

“The easy to use and powerful Benjamin MAV 77 Underlever provides a first class hunting experience,” said Alvord.  Simply cock the gun once to achieve maximum muzzle velocities of up to 915 feet per second (fps). “The rifle’s stopping power makes it a true asset in the field,” he said.  The fixed barrel design provides excellent leverage, resulting in a smoother, easier cocking motion.  “Since the barrel is fixed, the MAV 77 rifle provides better accuracy for longer range shots,” commented Alvord.

The Benjamin MAV 77 Underlever hunting air rifle features tack driving accuracy with its rifled barrel, adjustable two-stage trigger, and ambidextrous hardwood stock.  It is equipped with a 3-9x32mm CenterPoint precision scope that features a Mil-Dot reticle.

The Benjamin MAV 77 Underlever has an MSRP of $530.00 and will be available in spring.