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Crosman Air Guns

Crosman was incorporated in 1924 as Crosman Rifle Company. Crosman's first airguns were multi-pump pneumatics, which continue to be a mainstay of their product line in both rifles and pistols today. Crosman, as a company, has undergone many transitions, acquiring companies like Sheridan and Benjamin, as well as being acquired by various parties and entities over the years. Currently, Crosman, along with all its subsidiaries, is held by Velocity Outdoors.

Crosman air guns quickly grew beyond the multi-pump pneumatics and entered the CO2 airgun market, the springer / gas ram market, and ultimately the PCP Airgun market. Under the Benjamin brand, Crosman forever changed the US airgunning community by introducing the first-ever all-in-one PCP pellet gun package, the Benjamin Discovery. The Benjamin Marauder followed soon after, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Velocity Outdoors continues to develop and market many styles of airguns under its core Crosman (mistakenly spelled Crossman sometimes) brand. It's here you'll find some of the most popular Crosman pellet guns of all time. Products like the 1322 and 1377, along with the 2240 and the Crosman bb gun, Pumpmaster 760, continue to drive home the value and airgunning fun Crosman has always created with its products.

Modern Crosman airgun products continue to push the envelope with fully automatic licensed replica CO2 rifles and new refreshers of their long-standing core products. Beyond the CO2 and multi-pump airgun products, Crosman has also developed a line of high-powered spring and gas ram airguns. These airguns deliver a lot of energy and precision out of a single cocking stroke and maintain the core values that started nearly 100 years ago.

From backyard plinkers to pest control, to adult precision break barrels, to tactical training CO2 replicas, all the way up to national competition air rifles, Crosman air gun covers a lot of ground for today's airgunners. Here are some of their key features and technologies that help them maintain their stature in the US market.