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Crosman 122 CG CO2 Pellet Rifle

$350.00

Condition: Vintage – Professionally resealed and in good working condition

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The Crosman CG 122 is a .22 caliber, bolt action, single shot CO2 pellet rifle similar to the Crosman 101, but instead of a pump had a 4.5 ounce CO2 cylinder that was set either vertically or at a 47.5 degree angle from the stock. They were only manufactured between `46 and `50. We’ve converted this one so a standard 12 gram CO2 cartridge can be used instead of the original cylinders.

The stock and forearm are in BETTER than 90% condition, and appears original. The metal retains close the 95% of the finish and also appears to be original. It is real hard to say with this one. It is a great looking airgun.

It was cleaned, lubed, and resealed in our shop. Velocity tested at around 416 fps using 14.3gr lead pellets.

  • .22 caliber
  • Bolt action
  • Single shot
  • CO2 | 12 gram | Single powerlet
  • MFG ’46 to `50

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