There’s a lot of buzz around Crosman’s category-shattering new product. the Pioneer Airbow. Neither a bow nor a rifle, the Pioneer is in a class of its own, and that draws both interest and skepticism. By now, you’ve probably read up on the airbow’s specs and perhaps even saw that video where Jim Shockey downs a buffalo with a single shot, but do you find yourself wanting a more detailed walkthrough of how the weapon operates?
ManagementAdvantage recently released a 10-minute, highly-detailed summary of the airbow as they use it to hunt deer. If the title didn’t give it away, they were highly successful.
As they have noted, the airbow is still a very new and sometimes even controversial product, but it can definitely be very effective against even the largest of game. For now, the airbow is legal only for big game airgun hunting seasons in selected states. According to Crosman, the airbow may be used for hunting whitetailed deer in North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, and Arizona. For a full list of game species that can be hunted, visit the Crosman website. Be aware that confirming with your local wildlife officials is the best way to keep up to date with regulations.