CROSMAN CORP. HANDGUNS MODEL 1322 MEDALIST
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MODEL 1322 MEDALIST
- .22 cal., UL (forearm) pneumatic, SS, three-ring cocking knob, sliding breech cover, pump handle straight along bottom edge, 13.6 in. overall. First variant: manual cocking, has steel breech and cover. Mfg. 1977-1981. Second variant: has plastic breech and steel cover. Mfg. 1981-1996. Third variant: brass bolt action. Mfg. 1998-2000. There is pricing information available for purchase for this model. This data is available in the following options:

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MODEL 1300 MEDALIST II

- .22 cal., UL (forearm) pneumatic, SS, self-cocking, sliding breech cover, pump handle flared at forward end, 460 FPS, 11.75 in. OAL. Mfg. 1970-1976.

MODEL 140

- .22 cal., pneumatic pump, swinging forearm, single shot, 4.8 lbs. First variant: spoon handle breech cover, aluminum breech, fingertip recocking, mfg. 1954. Second variant: spoon handle breech cover, aluminum breech, auto recocking, mfg. 1955-1957. Third variant: with automatic cocking, without spoon handle breech cover, steel breech. Mfg. 1956-1962. Fourth variant: die-cast trigger housing, mfg. 1961-1968.

MODEL 1377 AMERICAN CLASSIC

- .177 cal., similar to Model 1322, pellet only, single shot, brass bolt action, 10.25 in. rifled barrel, 560 FPS, adj. rear sight, 32 oz. First variant: has manual cocking and steel breech. Mfg. 1977-1981. Second variant: has plastic breech. Mfg. 1981-1996. Also sold as Model 1388 "rifle" with shoulder stock. Mfg. 1982-1988.

MODEL 1400 PUMPMASTER

- .22 cal., multi-pump pneumatic, SS, 10 pumps = 580 FPS, 5.5 lbs., wood stock/forearm. Highly desired by shooters who have them upgraded and converted for current field use. As with certain other Crosman models sought by shooters, values are determined more by desirability of certain versions for shooting and conversion than scarcity. It is increasingly difficult for collectors to locate completely original specimens. First variant: has breech cover. Mfg. 1968-1972. Second variant: has bolt handle. Mfg. 1972-1973. Third variant: has bolt handle, slim-line stock. Mfg. 1973-1978.

MODEL 130

- .22 cal., pneumatic pump, SS. First Variant: with walnut grips and pump handle. Mfg. 1953-1954. Second Variant: with formed metal pump handle. Mfg. 1955-1970.

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