100-400 or so
Thompson-Center is still very much in business and can supply a manual. You might need to do an internet search for their website.
There are no published date codes for them so the only way to find out for sure is to contact Thompson Center directly.
This pistol was made in 2 variations from 1953-54 and then from 1955-70. In fair condition it would be worth around $25 to $40. see the link below for the owners manual
AnswerGo to www.fleet.ford.com/maintenanceThere is a diagram in the owners manual (page 125). Check outhttp://vehicleownersmanuals.blogspot.com/ to download it for free.
4/100's of an inch. .50 cal = .5 inch .54 cal = .54 inch
around 3500 fps
Depending on exact model and condition, anywhere from $250-$350. The sales of the traditional caplock rifles has declined in favor of the in-line rifles- but I still love my Hawken!
Remington didn't make a model 54, Winchester did but not in 22 (that I know of), Marlin model 54 is a shotgun.
Depending on the model, Patriots go from (msrp in the 80's 200 to 250) 300 up in .45 cal and 400 up in .36 cal. and scout pistols (MSRP in the late 80's early 90's 275 to 300) go around 250- 300 depending on caliber .50 is common, .45 and .54 are harder to find. check out www.gunbroker.com and search Thompson patriot , scout.
If it is a Thompson Center Cougar it is meant to fire a patched round ball or mini ball style round, (conical lead bullet aka maxi hunter, buffalo bullet etc.) With the relatively slow twist of the rifling 1:48 it will fire Sabot bullets but will not be as accurate at ranges past 125 yards, Maximum powder charge should not exceed 100 grains. All in all it is the same mechanically as the Hawken .54 and I believe you can still download the manual at the Thompson Center website.
1 and 48 twist
around $135. It was made between 1950-54. and its a .22 caliber. If you have the original C02 cylinder spare tank DO NOT USE IT. Crosman had warned owners. See the link below for the Crosman 112 owners manual
The shadows are selling around the $125 to 150 range depending on condition and extras (scopes etc.) book value places them at $160 to 220 in 80 to 95% condition.
$1o0-$250, depending on condition.
50- 250 usd
no but you can still find as new around
Around $110. It was made between 1950-54. its a .22 caliber. If you have the original C02 cylinder spare tank DO NOT USE IT. Crosman had warned owners. If you have the tank then you can add 30% to the collectors value. For the owners manual see the link below.
It's a 54 caliber round ball
"Sauteed Zucchini" 1 zucchini: 33 cal 1 yellow squash: 18 cal 2 tbsp olive oil: 119 cal 1 Cup Sliced Onion: 46 cal 2 tbsp Italian Seasoning: 0 cal Total: 216 cal One Serving: 54 cal Sauteed Zucchini 1 zucchini: 33 cal 2 tbsp olive oil: 119 cal 2 tbsp seasoning: 0 cal Total: 152 cal
The model is Hawkins- value in excellent condition about $250.