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19th December 2017 14:10  

Crosman Series 10x

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19th December 2017 14:11  

Crosman Model-100.

 

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19th December 2017 14:12  

Crosman Model-101.

 

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Applied logo, clickless

 

101 period 3:


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19th December 2017 14:13  

Crosman Model-101 - 1949 Variant.

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19th December 2017 14:14  

Crosman Model-102 Repeater.

 

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The information below is taken from the catalogue advertising the auction of the Myron Kasok airgun collection, sold by the Rock Island Auction Company December 13-15, 2003. Pic is copyright Rock Island Auction Co.


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Crosman Model-102 - Clickless.

 

With thanks to Steve for the first six pics.

 

 

 









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19th December 2017 14:15  

Crosman Model-104 Repeater.

 

With thanks to Steve for these pics. This rifle was made only for a year between 1949-50.


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19th December 2017 14:16  

Crosman Model-100 - Premier.

 

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19th December 2017 14:17  

Crosman Model-100 - Period One.

 

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19th December 2017 14:18  

Crosman Model-101CG CO2.

 

The information below is taken from the catalogue advertising the auction of the Myron Kasok airgun collection, sold by the Rock Island Auction Company December 13-15, 2003. Pic is copyright Rock Island Auction Co.


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19th December 2017 14:19  

Crosman Model-108 'Town and Country'.

 

The information below is taken from the catalogue advertising the auction of the Myron Kasok airgun collection, sold by the Rock Island Auction Company December 13-15, 2003. Pic is copyright Rock Island Auction Co.


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19th December 2017 14:19  

Crosman Model-107 'Town and Country'.

 

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8th March 2018 15:43  

Crosman 108 'Town & Country' YouTube video 

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21st June 2018 14:58  

Crosman 101 1949 model 

This example spotted by D T Fletcher on Ebay in the US. He says: "The 1949 model of the 101 is one of the few, if not the only, model of the 101 that can be precisely dated. Crosman made a series of changes:  the new rear sight (same as the model 107/108) and the crinkled paint are both 1949 only. It's been suggested that the crinkle paint was for the guns sold to Sears but I don't think there is any positive proof of that.

Another feature that is distinctive to 1949 is the diabolo bolt handle cocking knob. Sometimes they're there, sometime they're not. My guess is that with the CG guns being discontinued that Crosman used up those special cocking knobs on standard 101 guns. But, again, there is no known paperwork detailing any of that.

This is a nice example. The metal parts with the rear sights are in great shape. The flakey paint seems to come with the crinkle paint.  Certainly not a gun to refinish. But might be a great shooter. Every 1949 gun that I've come across have been particularly nice guns."

 

 

 


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5th September 2018 16:01  

Crosman 101 - 1925 variant 

With thanks to D T Fletcher for these pics of a gun posted on Ebay. He says: "This is a first version model 101. Two keys to the identification; the steel barrel, un-flared trigger. This gun is from 1925, it's 93 years old."


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14th December 2018 13:53  

Crosman 107 stripdown 

With thanks to Louis for these pics.


















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26th July 2019 19:03  

Crosman 102 hang tag 

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7th August 2019 16:02  

Custom Crosman 101 

With thanks to Steven.

He said on the AVA: "Thought I'd share some photos of this interesting custom 101. Someone really liked this rifle and took some time making the custom rear sight mount. More rings have been added to the cocking knob. Actually does help with grip. The peep sight functions well. It adjusts for both windage and elevation. The slot for the bolt and handle are nicely machined. Aperture is located in a perfect location when brought up to fire. The flat rails along each side of the barrel look to be brass and soldered onto the pump tube to hold in place. They even notched for easy installation of the front sight pin spring retainer. It looks like the rifle was painted Army Green before it was black. You can see the green in the worn areas of the forearm."

D T Fletcher replied: "Seen a lot of 101 craziness over the years but this one takes a prize. Wow!  The railing support for the barrel is unique. But, this makes so much sense in making the 101 a truly durable gun. With those soldered on railings, you could use the gun as a club and not have a problem. The front and middle barrel castings are two of the weakest points. With that railing, the barrel is entirely reinforced, taking the fragile castings out of the equation. Brilliant, I think."

 










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7th August 2019 16:18  

Crosman 102 repeater (late model, high comb stock) 

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19th August 2019 15:43  

Crosman 101 

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