New Line of State-of-The-Art Airsoft Products Branded “Duty Calls” 

Crosman Corporation, long known for innovation and quality in the shooting sports, today announced a licensing agreement with the United States Army for the design, manufacture, distribution and marketing of its new Duty Calls branded airsoft products.

According to Crosman President and CEO, Phil Dolci, “This new strategic partnership with the U.S. Army adds to our extensive airsoft product portfolio.  The ‘Duty Calls’ line is state-of-the-art, high energy airsoft for the mass market.  Being identified with the world’s most respected fighting force is the kind of partnership we want for this new performance airsoft brand,” said Dolci.

The new Duty Calls airsoft line includes a variety of exciting models dressed in full metal, and others with highly durable nylon fiber synthetics.  “Every model is rich with sought-after features and,” says Dolci, “will satisfy those serious airsoft players looking for skirmish-ready products for their most intense objective-based games.”

“Representatives of the new category include everything needed for a jam-packed day of airsoft fun,” comments Dolci. The new, DCR75F AEG, is a full metal rifle featuring a metal gearbox, gears, barrel, hop-up chamber and stock tube.  The new DCSWS is a spring-powered, marksman rifle with a precision metal barrel for long-range, accurate shots.  “Even the new Duty Calls Precision Ammo gets into the game with classic field pattern colors that offer a tracer effect while shooting.  In all, there are eight new M4-style AEG rifles to choose from, two new CO2 powered sidearms and one spring powered marksman rifle,” he said.

Crosman will exhibit the new U.S. Army Duty Calls airsoft products with its entire product line at SHOT Show 2013 in Las Vegas from January 15-18.  Visit booth number 13940.

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  1. Got to love this; BO & Joe propose gun regulations & restrictions and the US ARMY signs a deal to profit off sales of airsoft lookalike AR’s : ) marketed to who, children and young adults.

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