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I have a package deal of air guns to sell. There are 10 pistols and 6 rifles to sell. I can provide more pictures via email or text, send me a pm.
Selling for a family friends estate so I don't know the history of them all. Some are for parts and others are fully functional. Located in North...
Huge Lot of Airgun Parts for Sheridan, Benjamin, Crosman, Daisy also Large Repair manual. I have over 1000 assorted replacement parts, seals valves even a few barrels and stocks. I want to sell everything Lump sum. Also 10 Miscellaneous Vintage air rifles.
Sheridan Blue Streak .20 cal
Decided to move my kids to break-barrel pellet rifles, so these are expendable. Both use the CO2 canisters and about a dozen or so are included along with however many BBs I still have. Daisy shoots the BBs from an internal hopper while the Crosman has a rotating pellet wheel inside its...
Daisy Legacy 2201
One owner gun, low round count (500 or less), used only at a shooting range, complete with factory box, owner's manual and takedown wrench. It has some flaking of the original factory paint finish as seen in the photos. 100% complete with the takedown tool.