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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:22 am 
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Good day. So, I'm just wondering if anyone knows much a out the Crosman Model 1(2280), specifically, was there a Canadian version with under 500 fps velocity?

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2019 10:36 pm 
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ratchetman wrote:
Good day. So, I'm just wondering if anyone knows much a out the Crosman Model 1(2280), specifically, was there a Canadian version with under 500 fps velocity?

Ken


I used to have a Model 1 in .22 cal. It was a great pumper .. wood stock and genuine William's rear sight. One of Crosman's best pump guns in my opinion. Mine did about 610 to 625 fps with about 10 pumps. It was like new condition when I sold it on Ebay (no kiddin'). Kind of sorry I ever sold it. Much easier to pump than, say a Model 1400. Don't recall it being sold as a sub 500 fps gun as it was manufactured for only a few years in the early '80's. They are somewhat rare IMO and you almost never see them for sale anywhere.


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Thank you Ron G.

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