There’s no better time to sit back, take a breather, and reflect on the year than Labor Day Weekend. It’s been wide open and full speed here at Crosman HQ and with summer officially done this weekend, it seems appropriate to look at where we are.

Benjamin Pioneer Airbow

Unequivocally, the Airbow has been the talk of the industry since the quiet release of this video late in the evening on January 4, the day before the unveiling at the Archery Trade Association’s annual tradeshow. It even has its own iBook.

Benjamin Marauder

At S.H.O.T. we were presented with the Readers’ Choice award from Game & Fish Magazine in recognition of the Marauder being voted favorite airgun. Well deserving of such accolades the Marauder is available in three calibers, two stock finishes and three custom decorated stocks (Crosman Dot Com exclusive). You can even get it in an AR chassis with Magpul furniture under the Armada name.

CenterPoint Sniper Crossbow

Arguably one of the most anticipated issues of the year, Outdoor Life released its annual archery review in August and the Sniper 370 from CenterPoint was their pick for Great Buy. And boy howdy is it ever, check it out.

Crosman Challenger

This sporter class air rifle is now the de facto choice for competitors looking to stand atop the medal stand. Average scores are up across the board for programs and individuals who begin shooting a Challenger and now the bar has been set at an unbelievable level: 16yr old Emma Thompson set a new national JROTC record of 575, besting Cassandra Rodriguez who clocked in a 569 just a month earlier at the American Legion nationals. Even more remarkable, at the JROTC championship, the Challenger was the only rifle on the line.

There you have it, a little weekend reminiscing¬†from the maker of America’s favorite airgun, America’s dominant sporter class rifle, the best buy in crossbows, and the hottest hunting weapon in the revolutionary new Pioneer Airbow.

Gift-giving is going to be a little tougher this year!