An m85 submachine gun. They're very good, have moderate accuracy but will hit the target, and are elecric for added speed shooting.
There is a loading port on top of the barrel right where the forearm comes to an end. Put the BB's in there. Then ( with your finger OFF the trigger) pull the barrel back as far is it will go with the barrel slightly elevated. Slide the barrel forward (Do not yank it forward) the rifle is now ready to shoot.
If you would like an owners manual for this rifle go to the Crosman link below and click on "download a manual." There you will find a list of all the owners manuals for Crosman rifles and guns.
The distance that a pellet gun can shoot is determined by the power source that the gun has. Some will shoot a few hundred feet while others with more power will shoot several hundred yards. The weight of the pellet also has an effect on the distance that it travels.
The Model 73 Saddle Pal was made between 1976-83. In two variation's. Its a 16 shot BB repeater or .177 cal pellet. The design is a Winchester style rifle. In Good condition its worth $25-$35.
Crosman offers a service to locate a repair center for their older guns and rifles. Click on the link below and then at the bottom of the page click on "Find a service center" it will direct you to someone who can rebuild your Crosman pellet gun.
The 102 cub was made between 1952-78
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Please state the condition of the Crosman rifle? Is it still working? Is it in Excellent, Very good, Good, Fair or Poor condition? With this information I can give an estimate of value.
Follow instructions provide with the item. If you don't have them, contact the maker.
It depends on the model and the condition of the RIFLE.
Could be several different reasons. Are you using the same weight pellet. Different pellets create a slightly different sound. Also a new rifle has a break-in period, it takes about 100 to 200 shots for an air rifle to break in. The air chamber settles down over time. Or it could be just where you are standing. If you are close to a wall the sound bounces off the wall back to you. Also never dry-fire a pellet rifle this will damage the air cylinder and never leave an air rifle cocked for days on end, it will damage the spring.
See the link below. The information is the same for all Daisy powerline rifles.
First you have to identify who made the air rifle. If the model number starts with 799 then it was made by Daisy. If it starts with 126 then it was made by Crosman. Both companies made airguns for sears under the JC Higgins brand name.
If they were made by Crosman you will have more luck. Crosman offers a service to locate repair shops that repair older Crosman airguns. See the link below.
If it was made by Daisy you may have more of a problem. I suggest you go online and do a search for "airgun repair" and locate a shop near you to repair the Daisy.
This is really a tough question to answer because Diana (Dianawerk) went through a lot of changes before and after WWII. They made 3 different model 20's
Model 20 1907-1911
Model 20 Youth 1912-1940
Model 20 Adult 1991-2003
They also made a Model 24 TO1 1984-2007
Benjamin is owned by Crosman corp. They have, on their web page, a service to locate and repair Benjamin, Crosman and Sheridan air guns. Some parts are available from Crosman directly. If it is and older part go to the Crosman link below and then click on "Find a service center" it will help you locate someone who may help you find your parts.
The model G is also known as the model 200. It can be very valuable, but I need to know the condition of the rifle first to give an estimate of value. Is it still working? Is it in excellent, very good, good, fair or poor condition?
It was made sometime between 1910-1935. I am not sure how to judge the condition really. All parts are there, wood handle looks fine, no cracks. Barrel looks good. I would say it is in very good condition. It does not hold air though. All parts appear to be there.
From what you say. I can estimate the Value at around $125 -$160. I would think the rifle can be repaired. Crosman air guns owns Benjamin. If you want it fixed, go to the link below and click on "find a service center" when the Crosman home page opens up.
Vulcan I 1979-1981
Vulcan II 1981-1984
Vulcan III 1984-2000
You could contact Webley at the link below and see if they have more information.
See the link below
There was only one model ever produced it was the Rochester Precision. It originally cast $10 today it is worth ( depending on the condition) between $100 to $300. It was previously produced by Monroe Gasket Mfg.
When the rifle is cocked, a spring is compressed. Pulling the trigger releases the spring, which pushes a piston forward, The piston compresses air as it moves. The compressed air blows the BB or pellet out of the barrel.
The Crosman 150 was made between 1956-67. Please state the condition of the gun to get and estimate of value. Is it still working? Is it in excellent, very good, good, fair or poor condition?
After considerable research I can find NO information on a Daisy Model 198. Are you sure that it's not a model 1938. I suggest you contact Daisy directly. They offer a free service to give you more information about your old Daisy. "See the link below."
The Feltman was produced between 1941-1994. 5700 were Mfg. (Tommy gun) but Feltman made several different models and I'm not sure which one you are asking about. ALL of them are VALUABLE. So I need to know the following is it a Tommy gun, Shooting star, Air cooled, Coney Island or Starfire. Also I need to know the condition of the gun.
Re-post you question with this information and send me a message on my message board and I will try to give you an estimate of value.