Crosman 113 Pre-charged Co2 | SKU 3020


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The Crosman 113 is a .177 caliber, single shot pre-charged Co2 air rifle. These are filled from a separate bulk-fill Co2 tank. They were manufactured between 1950 and 1955.

The wood stock has some general wear, but nothing real bad. The metal retains about 85% of the original finish.

This gun was cleaned, lubed, and resealed in our shop. Velocity was tested at 535 fps using lead pellets.

  • .177 caliber
  • Single shot
  • Pre-charged Co2
  • MFG 1950 to 55

This is a great collectable airgun





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Phil LeGrand
1 year 1 month ago

I have this exact gun, except that I have a screw in the front that you remove and screw in the CO2 cylinder. I have two of the cylinders. I think one of the seals has gone bad as it will not hold CO2 anymore. This is a great air rifle and I would really like to bring it back from the “dead”. I see that you are asking $150.00 for the reconditioned one you have, would it be worth it for me to fix mine? The finish is nearly worn off, and the stock needs to be refinished. Please advise. Thanks.

1 year 1 month ago

We can get that airgun shooting again. You’ve got a couple of options. The first would be to get a seal kit and do it yourself. For this gun you’ll find custom order seal kits under the “repair” section in the main menu of this website. The other option is to let us repair it for you. Give us a call Monday thru Friday 9 am to 5pm for repair info.

Phil LeGrand
1 year 1 month ago

Okay I saw the repair kit and I am sure I can fix it. But as I was thinking about this, where would I go to refill the cylinders? When I was in California, I went to an Air Gun place and they said they couldn’t refill the cylinders. I ended up buying a newer cylinder, but it just isn’t the same. The cylinders I have with the original gun were made perfectly for this rifle and it is really easy to fill. I just need to figure out how to fill an older cylinder that apparently isn’t accepted by the newer CO2 reload systems? Any ideas.