Crosman Unveils Advancements in Airgun Technologies at SHOT Show

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BLOOMFIELD, N.Y. -(Ammoland.com)- The Crosman Corporation will unveil their 2017 products and innovations at SHOT Show booth 13940.

New products and innovations include the all new Silencing Barrel Device (SBD) break barrel platform, a new addition to the popular Marauder platform, a semi-automatic PCP(Pre-Charged Pneumatic) air gun, and a completely new lineup of licensed Remington, Bushmaster, Marlin and DPMS air guns.

“Our team has been diligent in bringing innovation to our line of quality air guns over the past year and are excited to share these advancements at the 2017 SHOT Show,” says Crosman V.P. of Marketing and Product Design, Jennifer Lambert.

Crosman’s new SBD (Silencing Barrel Device) is a design innovation that significantly reduces noise during the shot cycle.

The SBD system is the first to bring an eccentric silencer design to air guns, which allows for an oversize baffle and maximum volume in the chamber without obstructing the shooter’s field of view. SBD technology will be featured on five new Benjamin branded break barrel air guns.

The new Benjamin Marauder Field and Target Edition is the most versatile and accurate Marauder ever. The Marauder Field and Target Edition is built for both target shooting and hunting. It’s equipped with an externally adjustable regulator which allows the shooter to choose between unregulated full power shots for hunting, or regulated shots at lower velocity for target shooting.

Crosman has also expanded their PCP offerings with the introduction of the Benjamin Wildfire. The Benjamin Wildfire is a semi-auto PCP air rifle which can get up to 60 shots per fill. The Wildfire includes a 12-shot clip and a rifled barrel for serious backyard fun.

Crosman is also introducing a complete new lineup of replica air guns under the Remington, Marlin, DPMS, and Bushmaster brands, including the all new RP45 replica which mirrors the feel and functionality of Remington’s RP9 pistol.

All Crosman’s new products will be on display at booth number 13940 at SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 17 – 20, 2017.

 

About Crosman:

Crosman’s roots began with a simple, yet powerful, credo of quality and innovation. From its inception, Crosman’s principal products have served the shooting sports, primarily air guns and air gun ammunition. Today, Crosman has a diversified product lineup that includes optics, archery and airsoft products, while continuing sustained growth in air guns.

For more information visit their website, booth number 13940 at SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 17-20, 2017 or email Jason Reid at [email protected]

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Bart
Bart
4 years ago

U.S v Michael Crooker Is the controlling law. In a nutshell a suppressor designed, built and intended for use on an Airgun, is not a prohibited device. An air gun is not a firearm, so ATFE has no jurisdiction.

Dr Dave
Dr Dave
4 years ago

Wonder how they are going to get around the BATFE Silencer regs since the ATF doesn’t care what it is attached to (BB 22lr or 338 Lapua Magnum) simply a device to reduce report is a cause for a tax stamp and approval

SBD
SBD
4 years ago
Reply to  Dr Dave

You could not be more wrong, Dave.

boo
boo
4 years ago
Reply to  Dr Dave

Because an air rifle is not a real gun. It is an air rifle.

Enice
Enice
4 years ago
Reply to  Dr Dave

I don’t think Crosman would’ve gone through all the development effort and expense to go to market with an illegal device. I’m sure they had a team of lawyers investigate the current regulations regarding sound suppression of pellet rifles.

Monty
Monty
4 years ago
Reply to  Dr Dave

If the silencer is an integral part of the air rifle and cannot be removed and used on a normal firearm then it is legal since it is not illegal to have a permanent silencer on an air rifle.

Jesse
Jesse
4 years ago

Any commitment to Quality Control? The .22 barrels in the past do not start to compare to your Green Mountain barrels you use on your .25 caliber rifles.

Tony
Tony
4 years ago

I just want to know which rifles the SBD device has been made for, and how can I get it?

SteveK
SteveK
4 years ago
Reply to  Tony

Me too!