This is one of the most durable and long lasting American airguns. Don’t be surprised if Crosman drops these from their product line. They have dropped the Sheridan C9A and these may be next. They simply last too long. Even after 30 years you can put a new set of seals in these guns and last another 30 years.
This is one of the earlier variants with the walnut stock, and marked Benjamin Sheridan. The wood stock looks good, and is in good condition other than a chip. The metal retains about 95% of the finish. The box is included.
We cleaned, lubed, and installed new seals in this one, and tested the velocity at around 723 fps using lead pellets. It’s shooting great!
- .177 caliber
- Bolt action
- Single shot
- multi pump pneumatic
This is a nice looking airgun, and shoots good too.