Crosman is proud to introduce the latest and greatest in competition airguns; the all new Challenger PCP.
This sporter class air rifle was recently reviewed by the National Three-Position Air Rifle Council’s committee and was approved as legal for use in sporter class air rifle competition.
This gun is getting rave reviews from the shooting community. Here is just one of the comments we have received…
"This is by far the best looking Sporter air rifle I’ve ever seen! I’m glad to see that someone in the shooting industry finally designed a Sporter that allows the shooter to make the necessary adjustments to their particular shape and stature. This will also greatly enhance the shooter’s transition from Sporter to Precision.” – Major Ron Wigger, Head Rifle Coach, U.S. Military Academy, West PointThree-Position Air Rifle Shooting is one of the fastest growing and most popular forms of shooting sports competition for young shooters and shooting groups. Two different Three-Position Air Rifle events are available.
Precision Air Rifle, which is modeled after the Olympic-style shooting event, is an event that allows for the use of specialized equipment. It can be cost prohibitive so it usually attracts the veteran shooters. Designed for new shooters or those who want to compete with a more modest investment in equipment, is the Sporter Class event. In both types of shooting events, competitors fire at targets 10 meters away, in three different shooting positions; offhand, kneeling, and prone.
Three-Position Air Rifle Shooting provides young shooters with competitive shooting sports opportunities offered on a wide variety of easily accessible or easily constructed ranges. The equipment needed is commonly available at affordable costs and many groups like Junior ROTC, 4-H, NRA have programs for the Three-Position Air Rifle Shooting sport.