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Archer Airguns has recently introduced several new parts kits for Benjamin Marauder air rifles.

Among these kits are two sets of screws for the Marauder. These are for the "version 1" or "old model" of the Mrod, not the guns with the latest synthetic stock. We find these screws handy to have around as part of our Reseal Service for Benjamin Marauder air rifles and I'm sure that the same will be true for the many people who enjoy working on their own guns.

Screw Kit A for Marauder Air Rifles
comprises screws associated with the trigger assembly, the valve securing screws and a couple of others.

There are:
4 x Trigger Plate Side Screws, Part 1763-056
4 x Trigger Assembly Retaining Screws, Part 1763-035
1 x Hammer Set Screw, Part 1763-022
1 x Bolt Catch Retaining Screw, Part 1763-024
3 x Valve Securing Setscrew, Part 1763-019

The photo below shows these parts.



Screw Kit B for Marauder air rifles, has mainly screws associated with the breech assembly, together with replacement stock and barrel band screws.

These are:
2 x Breech Locating Screws Screws, Part 1763-027
1 x Stock Screw, Part 1763-029 (blued)
2 x Barrel Band Setscrews, Part 1763-023
2 x Barrel Setscrews (fit in breech), Part 1763-021
1 x Shroud Setscrew, Part 88-089



Also now available as spare parts are a complete Marauder trigger assembly, this also fits the Crosman Chellanger 2009 PCP air rifle.



But wait, there's more! There's also the Marauder Gauge Adapter. This fits the Benjamin Discovery as well.


.


New at Archer Airguns is a range of parts and accessory kits for America's most popular air rifle - the Crosman 760.

The best and simplest way for anyone to improve their shooting with a Crosman 760 is to install a scope and use this instead of the open sights supplied fitted to the gun. You'll be amazed at the improvement shooting through a scope can make!

So, Archer Airguns has two, great value scope packages for the 760.

The lowest cost package includes a 4 x 20 scope and rings for the Crosman 760. This mounts directly to the 760 - as shown in the photograph below. The scope is adjustable for elevation, windage and eye focus. It's also supplied with push on lens caps.



Stepping up is a 4 x 40 Scope and Rings for Crosman 760. The larger, better quality scope gives a much better image and has 4 x greater light gathering capability than the 4 x 20 scope for a brighter, sharper image. This scope also has a duplex reticle, click-adjustable elevation and windage turrets and eyepiece focusing.

A special set of low profile rings are included and these mount directly onto the 760's scope rails. This is about as much scope as most people will need on a Crosman 760!



A red dot sight is also a great option for improving shooting with a 760. But most of those currently available have Weaver/Picatinny type mounts that are not compatible with the scope rails on the Crosman 760.

Archer Airguns Weaver Picatinny Mount Adapter for Crosman 760 overcomes that problem. This adapter comprises two parts that fit into the Weaver/Picatinny mounts of the red dot sight (or scope rings). The whole assembly is then lowered onto the 760's scope rails and the Weaver mount tightened. Perfect!



For those with an old, tired 760, Archer Airguns also introduces a Reseal Kit for Crosman 760.



This "2X" Seal Kit includes two sets of the seals most likely to cause an old Crosman 760 to become "tired" and shoot slow. These seals will fit any of the many millions of 760s manufactured by Crosman since 1977! No instructions are included, but it's easy to find instructional videos on the 760 on YouTube and these will help with this project.

Having two sets of seals gives confidence when undertaking the repair, or provides a spare set of seals for another reseal project in future.


A variety of new parts kits are now available from Archer Airguns to help you fix Crosman and Benjamin PCP airguns that are in need of a little TLC.

Now in stock is the Crosman Challenger 2009 PCP Air Rifle valve assembly. This comes complete with the two O rings and valve stem seal assembly. This is Crosman part number CH2009-030.



Also for the Challenger 2009 is a kit of the tiny stainless steel balls and very delicate O rings that are used in the T Handle of the Challenger 2009. These parts are very easy to loose when working on the Challenger - trust me, I know! - and this kit provides a simple way to acquire two sets of these parts. Two bolt probe O rings are also included. The Archer Airguns T Handle Repair Kit for Challenger 2009 PCP Air Rifles looks like this...



The Benjamin Discovery Valve Stem Assembly - Crosman Part 1761A140 - fits the Disco as well as the Challenger 2009.



And last, but not least, there's the Valve Stem Assembly for Benjamin Marauder Air Rifles and Pistols. This fits all models of the Marauder, including the first and current (synthetic stock) model Mrod air rifles.



Hopefully these parts kits - in addition to the others already available - will be useful for those of you working on your Crosman and Benjamin PCP air rifles.

Happy Labor Day to all!


Many people have asked us if the QB58 air rifle would ever be available again. Well, now it is!

Archer Airguns has the QB58 available in both calibers - .177 and .22 cal.
Here's the .177 version.
This is the .22 cal model.



These are the QB58FC model, the top model in the Industry Brand QB58 range. They have nice hardwood stocks, excellent checkering and fiber optic sights.





Mechanically, the QB58 is definitely a first cousin to the well known QB57 air rifle. The main differences to the QB57 are the conventional, non-takedown, configuration and a somewhat higher muzzle velocity specification. Below, you can see how the QB57 and QB58 compare...



The QB58 is compact for a conventional air rifle configuration, which makes it easy to shoot. But please note that this gun is best shot with open sights, a red dot sight or a short scope such as the Leapers Bugbuster. The short compression chamber means that regular-length scopes will cover the loading port, making it very difficult to load pellets.

ALSO, whenever loading the QB58 - like ANY sidelever springer - be sure to keep your arm between the body of the gun and the open cocking lever when loading pellets. DO NOT press the red bear trap interlock button until the air rifle is loaded and your fingers are well clear of the breech area! READ THIS POST FOR A GRAPHIC WARNING ABOUT LOADING THE QB58 SAFELY.


Just thought you might like to see a nice Gold Service test target shot today from a customer's QB79 PCP Repeater and Tank Bundle .177 Cal. That's 10 shots at 10 yards.



The customer ordered the 800 fps specification and the Ninja regulated HPA tank is included in the bundle.




New from Archer Airguns is a .25 caliber single shot tray for the Benjamin Marauder air rifle. This allows the .25 caliber Marauder to be fired in single shot mode, without the need for a clip. It fits both the original and new model Marauders. You can buy yours at Archer Airguns.

The illustration above sis a CAD image of the tray, for clarity of illustration.

These trays are manufactured from a nylon 12 material called "Duraform PA". This was selected for its durability, precision and capacity for repeatable use. Manufacturing is undertaken using a high end "additive manufacturing" process.

The color is flat black and the caliber is marked on either side of the tray for ease of identification in use. The design also includes a built-in "safety ring" that mitigates the issue of pellets falling back into the hammer assembly by accident.

Please note that this tray fits from the left side of the breech (the opposite to the Benjamin OEM part).

Archer Airguns single shot trays for Benjamin Marauder air rifles are also available in .177 and .22 calibers.


Hard Air Magazine is a new free online magazine focused on airguns and associated products.



We hope you'll read it, love it and keep coming back to read more very frequently as new content will be added often!

Why Hard Air? Well, it doesn't cover airsoft or paintball products. Nor does it cover firearms. HAM specializes in airguns, pure and simple.

Hard Air Magazine (HAM) specializes in top quality, comprehensive reviews of airguns and associated products.

For example, air rifles are tested and reviewed with multiple types of quality pellets to indicate the performance of which they're capable. The test targets and chrony results are all published, so that you can draw your own conclusions, too.

The HAM review team is comprised of experienced, knowledgeable airgunners who really know what they're talking about. They're excited to share their knowledge and experience with everyone through the HAM product reviews.



Added to this is a comprehensive range of airgun buyers guides and clear descriptions of the different airgun types, these are intended to help newcomers to our sport.



So if you - or anyone you know - is looking to buy a new airgun, Hard Air Magazine will be the first place to look for honest, constructive buying advice.

But wait, there's more! Hard Air Magazine is the one stop shop to help everyone keep up to date with the latest airgun news.



Hard Air Magazine is published by Archer Airguns. But it's NOT a replacement for this blog, nor does it cover products sold by our online retail store at www.archerairguns.com. In fact, HAM will review and cover almost everything EXCEPT what is sold in our store.

Enjoy!


During practice day at the recent Northeast Regional Field Target (NERFT) match held at Crosman's Bloomfield NY headquarters, a couple of interesting new prototype air rifles appeared very briefly.

Chip Hunnicutt, Crosman's PR and web chief, suddenly appeared with a couple of new, tactical-looking airguns and fired them during a quiet period just after Lunch. I managed to grab a couple of photographs of this one.





This prototype was a new side lever cocking .357 caliber big bore air rifle. It appeared to be a modified, mechanical version of the now-defunct Benjamin Rogue, using the same magazine. Name is to be the Benjamin Bulldog, apparently.

Chip also briefly showed a new version of the Marauder air rifle. This again had a tactical look and appeared to be a bullpup configuration of the Mrod. Sadly I missed seeing this myself, so no photographs, but the product name could be Benjamin Armada. There's a photograph of this on the Crosman Facebook page.

Crosman has used the NERFT match as a venue to display new prototypes as a "work in progress". Some years ago there was a tactical Marauder prototype shown that eventually appeared as the MAR177 conversion kit.

So these "sneak peeks" may not be what actually comes to market next year, but they give a clear indication of the thinking in Crosman's product development organization.

Interesting!!!


Recently, we've been suffering from somewhat of a scope shortage.

However, things have now improved greatly with the return to availability of three good airgun-rated zoom scopes, all with mil dot reticles and close focusing.



The Leapers 3-9 x 32AO scope, Model SCP-U392AODT2 is supplied with airgun rings, flip open lens caps and focuses down to 5 yards. This is an excellent scope for airgun use as it features the TF2+ turrets that pull out to adjust and then simply push back to lock.

You can see more details of this scope here - http://www.archerairguns.com/Leapers-SCP-U392AODT2-Scope-p/scp-u392aodt2.htm

The very popular Hammers 3-9x zoom scopes are also available again. These scopes are both supplied with a solid one piece airgun mount and are very similar except for the objective diameter.

See if you can tell the difference!

Here's the Hammers 3-9 x 32AO scope, mounted on a Ruger Air Hawk. http://www.archerairguns.com/Hammers-3-9-x-32AO-Scope-and-Mount-p/hammerssa3932scope.htm



And this is the Hammers 3-9 x 40AO scope. http://www.archerairguns.com/Hammers-3-9-x-32AO-Scope-and-Mount-p/hammerssa3932scope.htm



See what I mean?


Tim Smith, the Editor of Airgun Hobbyist magazine, confirms that the latest issue has been printed and is currently being mailed out. Subscribers - aren't we all? - should receive their copy very soon.

Here's a copy of the cover and the Contents Page, just to whet your appetites:





Airgun reviews include the following: Umarex Fusion, Hatsan Sniper 125 and the Hatsan AT44W-10.

There's articles on hunting both pigeons and wild boar with airguns and also coverage of airguns at the NRA 143rd Annual Meeting.

As always, there's lots to read!

Click this link to subscribe to Airgun Hobbyist.



Archer Airguns has recently introduced several new parts kits for Benjamin Marauder air rifles.

Among these kits are two sets of screws for the Marauder. These are for the "version 1" or "old model" of the Mrod, not the guns with the latest synthetic stock. We find these screws handy to have around as part of our Reseal Service for Benjamin Marauder air rifles and I'm sure that the same will be true for the many people who enjoy working on their own guns.

Screw Kit A for Marauder Air Rifles
comprises screws associated with the trigger assembly, the valve securing screws and a couple of others.

There are:
4 x Trigger Plate Side Screws, Part 1763-056
4 x Trigger Assembly Retaining Screws, Part 1763-035
1 x Hammer Set Screw, Part 1763-022
1 x Bolt Catch Retaining Screw, Part 1763-024
3 x Valve Securing Setscrew, Part 1763-019

The photo below shows these parts.



Screw Kit B for Marauder air rifles, has mainly screws associated with the breech assembly, together with replacement stock and barrel band screws.

These are:
2 x Breech Locating Screws Screws, Part 1763-027
1 x Stock Screw, Part 1763-029 (blued)
2 x Barrel Band Setscrews, Part 1763-023
2 x Barrel Setscrews (fit in breech), Part 1763-021
1 x Shroud Setscrew, Part 88-089



Also now available as spare parts are a complete Marauder trigger assembly, this also fits the Crosman Chellanger 2009 PCP air rifle.



But wait, there's more! There's also the Marauder Gauge Adapter. This fits the Benjamin Discovery as well.


.


New at Archer Airguns is a range of parts and accessory kits for America's most popular air rifle - the Crosman 760.

The best and simplest way for anyone to improve their shooting with a Crosman 760 is to install a scope and use this instead of the open sights supplied fitted to the gun. You'll be amazed at the improvement shooting through a scope can make!

So, Archer Airguns has two, great value scope packages for the 760.

The lowest cost package includes a 4 x 20 scope and rings for the Crosman 760. This mounts directly to the 760 - as shown in the photograph below. The scope is adjustable for elevation, windage and eye focus. It's also supplied with push on lens caps.



Stepping up is a 4 x 40 Scope and Rings for Crosman 760. The larger, better quality scope gives a much better image and has 4 x greater light gathering capability than the 4 x 20 scope for a brighter, sharper image. This scope also has a duplex reticle, click-adjustable elevation and windage turrets and eyepiece focusing.

A special set of low profile rings are included and these mount directly onto the 760's scope rails. This is about as much scope as most people will need on a Crosman 760!



A red dot sight is also a great option for improving shooting with a 760. But most of those currently available have Weaver/Picatinny type mounts that are not compatible with the scope rails on the Crosman 760.

Archer Airguns Weaver Picatinny Mount Adapter for Crosman 760 overcomes that problem. This adapter comprises two parts that fit into the Weaver/Picatinny mounts of the red dot sight (or scope rings). The whole assembly is then lowered onto the 760's scope rails and the Weaver mount tightened. Perfect!



For those with an old, tired 760, Archer Airguns also introduces a Reseal Kit for Crosman 760.



This "2X" Seal Kit includes two sets of the seals most likely to cause an old Crosman 760 to become "tired" and shoot slow. These seals will fit any of the many millions of 760s manufactured by Crosman since 1977! No instructions are included, but it's easy to find instructional videos on the 760 on YouTube and these will help with this project.

Having two sets of seals gives confidence when undertaking the repair, or provides a spare set of seals for another reseal project in future.


A variety of new parts kits are now available from Archer Airguns to help you fix Crosman and Benjamin PCP airguns that are in need of a little TLC.

Now in stock is the Crosman Challenger 2009 PCP Air Rifle valve assembly. This comes complete with the two O rings and valve stem seal assembly. This is Crosman part number CH2009-030.



Also for the Challenger 2009 is a kit of the tiny stainless steel balls and very delicate O rings that are used in the T Handle of the Challenger 2009. These parts are very easy to loose when working on the Challenger - trust me, I know! - and this kit provides a simple way to acquire two sets of these parts. Two bolt probe O rings are also included. The Archer Airguns T Handle Repair Kit for Challenger 2009 PCP Air Rifles looks like this...



The Benjamin Discovery Valve Stem Assembly - Crosman Part 1761A140 - fits the Disco as well as the Challenger 2009.



And last, but not least, there's the Valve Stem Assembly for Benjamin Marauder Air Rifles and Pistols. This fits all models of the Marauder, including the first and current (synthetic stock) model Mrod air rifles.



Hopefully these parts kits - in addition to the others already available - will be useful for those of you working on your Crosman and Benjamin PCP air rifles.

Happy Labor Day to all!


Many people have asked us if the QB58 air rifle would ever be available again. Well, now it is!

Archer Airguns has the QB58 available in both calibers - .177 and .22 cal.
Here's the .177 version.
This is the .22 cal model.



These are the QB58FC model, the top model in the Industry Brand QB58 range. They have nice hardwood stocks, excellent checkering and fiber optic sights.





Mechanically, the QB58 is definitely a first cousin to the well known QB57 air rifle. The main differences to the QB57 are the conventional, non-takedown, configuration and a somewhat higher muzzle velocity specification. Below, you can see how the QB57 and QB58 compare...



The QB58 is compact for a conventional air rifle configuration, which makes it easy to shoot. But please note that this gun is best shot with open sights, a red dot sight or a short scope such as the Leapers Bugbuster. The short compression chamber means that regular-length scopes will cover the loading port, making it very difficult to load pellets.

ALSO, whenever loading the QB58 - like ANY sidelever springer - be sure to keep your arm between the body of the gun and the open cocking lever when loading pellets. DO NOT press the red bear trap interlock button until the air rifle is loaded and your fingers are well clear of the breech area! READ THIS POST FOR A GRAPHIC WARNING ABOUT LOADING THE QB58 SAFELY.


Just thought you might like to see a nice Gold Service test target shot today from a customer's QB79 PCP Repeater and Tank Bundle .177 Cal. That's 10 shots at 10 yards.



The customer ordered the 800 fps specification and the Ninja regulated HPA tank is included in the bundle.




New from Archer Airguns is a .25 caliber single shot tray for the Benjamin Marauder air rifle. This allows the .25 caliber Marauder to be fired in single shot mode, without the need for a clip. It fits both the original and new model Marauders. You can buy yours at Archer Airguns.

The illustration above sis a CAD image of the tray, for clarity of illustration.

These trays are manufactured from a nylon 12 material called "Duraform PA". This was selected for its durability, precision and capacity for repeatable use. Manufacturing is undertaken using a high end "additive manufacturing" process.

The color is flat black and the caliber is marked on either side of the tray for ease of identification in use. The design also includes a built-in "safety ring" that mitigates the issue of pellets falling back into the hammer assembly by accident.

Please note that this tray fits from the left side of the breech (the opposite to the Benjamin OEM part).

Archer Airguns single shot trays for Benjamin Marauder air rifles are also available in .177 and .22 calibers.


Hard Air Magazine is a new free online magazine focused on airguns and associated products.



We hope you'll read it, love it and keep coming back to read more very frequently as new content will be added often!

Why Hard Air? Well, it doesn't cover airsoft or paintball products. Nor does it cover firearms. HAM specializes in airguns, pure and simple.

Hard Air Magazine (HAM) specializes in top quality, comprehensive reviews of airguns and associated products.

For example, air rifles are tested and reviewed with multiple types of quality pellets to indicate the performance of which they're capable. The test targets and chrony results are all published, so that you can draw your own conclusions, too.

The HAM review team is comprised of experienced, knowledgeable airgunners who really know what they're talking about. They're excited to share their knowledge and experience with everyone through the HAM product reviews.



Added to this is a comprehensive range of airgun buyers guides and clear descriptions of the different airgun types, these are intended to help newcomers to our sport.



So if you - or anyone you know - is looking to buy a new airgun, Hard Air Magazine will be the first place to look for honest, constructive buying advice.

But wait, there's more! Hard Air Magazine is the one stop shop to help everyone keep up to date with the latest airgun news.



Hard Air Magazine is published by Archer Airguns. But it's NOT a replacement for this blog, nor does it cover products sold by our online retail store at www.archerairguns.com. In fact, HAM will review and cover almost everything EXCEPT what is sold in our store.

Enjoy!


During practice day at the recent Northeast Regional Field Target (NERFT) match held at Crosman's Bloomfield NY headquarters, a couple of interesting new prototype air rifles appeared very briefly.

Chip Hunnicutt, Crosman's PR and web chief, suddenly appeared with a couple of new, tactical-looking airguns and fired them during a quiet period just after Lunch. I managed to grab a couple of photographs of this one.





This prototype was a new side lever cocking .357 caliber big bore air rifle. It appeared to be a modified, mechanical version of the now-defunct Benjamin Rogue, using the same magazine. Name is to be the Benjamin Bulldog, apparently.

Chip also briefly showed a new version of the Marauder air rifle. This again had a tactical look and appeared to be a bullpup configuration of the Mrod. Sadly I missed seeing this myself, so no photographs, but the product name could be Benjamin Armada. There's a photograph of this on the Crosman Facebook page.

Crosman has used the NERFT match as a venue to display new prototypes as a "work in progress". Some years ago there was a tactical Marauder prototype shown that eventually appeared as the MAR177 conversion kit.

So these "sneak peeks" may not be what actually comes to market next year, but they give a clear indication of the thinking in Crosman's product development organization.

Interesting!!!


Recently, we've been suffering from somewhat of a scope shortage.

However, things have now improved greatly with the return to availability of three good airgun-rated zoom scopes, all with mil dot reticles and close focusing.



The Leapers 3-9 x 32AO scope, Model SCP-U392AODT2 is supplied with airgun rings, flip open lens caps and focuses down to 5 yards. This is an excellent scope for airgun use as it features the TF2+ turrets that pull out to adjust and then simply push back to lock.

You can see more details of this scope here - http://www.archerairguns.com/Leapers-SCP-U392AODT2-Scope-p/scp-u392aodt2.htm

The very popular Hammers 3-9x zoom scopes are also available again. These scopes are both supplied with a solid one piece airgun mount and are very similar except for the objective diameter.

See if you can tell the difference!

Here's the Hammers 3-9 x 32AO scope, mounted on a Ruger Air Hawk. http://www.archerairguns.com/Hammers-3-9-x-32AO-Scope-and-Mount-p/hammerssa3932scope.htm



And this is the Hammers 3-9 x 40AO scope. http://www.archerairguns.com/Hammers-3-9-x-32AO-Scope-and-Mount-p/hammerssa3932scope.htm



See what I mean?


Tim Smith, the Editor of Airgun Hobbyist magazine, confirms that the latest issue has been printed and is currently being mailed out. Subscribers - aren't we all? - should receive their copy very soon.

Here's a copy of the cover and the Contents Page, just to whet your appetites:





Airgun reviews include the following: Umarex Fusion, Hatsan Sniper 125 and the Hatsan AT44W-10.

There's articles on hunting both pigeons and wild boar with airguns and also coverage of airguns at the NRA 143rd Annual Meeting.

As always, there's lots to read!

Click this link to subscribe to Airgun Hobbyist.



 
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