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2009-07-26 03:39:39
2009-07-26 03:39:39

Release the clip on the left side and let the slide pop back. Grab the front end of the barrel and push it down. load the pellet directly into the barrel. close the barrel. cock the gun normally and fire. It is a single shot pellet gun.


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Crosman does not own Marksman. Crosman made a Repeatairmodel and Marksman made a Repeater model. See the link below for the Marksman Repeater owners manual.

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see the link below for the owners manual. The Marksman Repeater is a 4.5 .177 caliber pistol not a 5.5 .22 caliber pistol.

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No It is not a repeater , you must re cock and and hand load a pellet after each shot!

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fires BB, pellets or Darts at 200 feet per second. Mfg 1958-1977. It is the forerunner of the model 1010

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IIRC, Crossman ------------------------------------------- Beeman owns and makes Marksman repeaters not Crosman.

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Mine is a 2006 model. What year is yours.....

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