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Where can I find parts for Benjamin Franklin air pistol model 137 117 cal?
Crosman air gun company owns the Benjamin line of air rifles. They offer a service to locate air gun repair shops that restore older Benjamin, Sheridan and Crosman air guns an…d rifles. See the link below
Produced between 1946 - 85 as models 130, 132 and last as 137. Please state the condition of the pistol to get an estimate of value. Poor, Fair, Good, Very good or Excellent.
Crosman Air gun company owns Benjamin airguns. Crosman offers a service to repair airguns that are currently in production and will help you locate a repair shop for older rif…les and gun that are no longer in production. (Go to the link below) when the Crosman home page opens click on "find a service center." and follow the prompts to locate a repair shop.
Go to the Crosman web site, They have a " Find a service Center" located on their home page at the bottom. It will give you a location for repairs. Crosman owns Benjamin. See …the related link.
The model 122 was part of the Benjamin 110 series of rifles they included the 110, 112 and 117. They were made between 1938 to 41. Today Crosman owns Benjamin. Crosman offers …a search service of people who repair older airguns. Click on the Crosman link below and then "click' on "Find a service center" Follow the prompts to find someone who repairs your model.
The model 117 is part of the 110 series of Benjamin airguns. It included models 110, 112 and 117 they were made between 1938-1941. In order to get an estimate of value you nee…d to state the condition of the gun. From Excellent to Poor and is it still working. If you would like a copy of the owners manual see the link below. Today Crosman owns Benjamin airguns.
The 137 is part of the 130 series of pistols made between 1946 to 1985. The 130 was a BB gun, the 132 was a .22 caliber and 137 was a .177 caliber pellet pistol. See the link …below for the owners manual
The 137 is part of the 130 series of pistols made between 1946 to 1985. The 130 was a BB gun, the 132 was a .22 caliber and 137 was a .177 caliber pellet pistol. In order to g…ive you an estimate of value I need to know the current condition of the gun. Is it in working condition. Is it in Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good or Excellent condition?
Today Crosman air gun Co owns Benjamin and Sheridan. Crosman offers a service to locate repair shops that restore old airguns. see the links below for the owners manual and th…e repair locater
They were made from 1938 to 1941
It would be worth somewhere between $35-$50 if it is still working.
NEVER More than ten times.
There are three ways to locate parts. 1. do a search on the web for "air gun repair" and locate a shop to fix it. (there are people who repair air guns for a living.) 2. See t…he link #1 below 3. Crosman offers a free service to locate repair shops (Crosman owns the Benjamin air gun line of products.) See link #3 below
The model 100 was made between 1935-1941.
They were made from 1946 to 1985. If you gave me the serial number I might be able to give you a year.
Benjamin made this model from 1946 to 1985, but did not start serializing them until 1957. I also have a Benjamin Franklin that has no serial number. Before 1957 it is not pos…sible to set an exact date. Just know it's OLD. The 137 is a .177 caliber pellet pistol the 132 is a .22 caliber pistol and the 130 is a BB pistol.