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Joined: Mon Sep 29, 2014 1:41 pm
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Location: South River, Ontario
Nice. I have a Blue Streak purchased in 1976 and it still shoots like the day it was bought. Never had to replace a thing. Always stored with 2 pumps. If I need something for a fast shot 30 yards or less, it is my go to. It just shoulders so well and the sight is just "on" target. You just look at target, shoulder fast and sights are bang on.

1976 Sheridan Blue Streak .20
1977 Webley Hurricane .177
early '80s Slavia 630 .177 (tack driver!)
Gamo Magnum .22 (sweet rifle!)
Beeman QB Chief .22
Beeman P17
Umerex Colt Commander blowback
Artemis M11 MK2 .22

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Location: Canada
Very nice...!


PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2020 8:00 pm 
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Location: Near Montreal, Quebec
Beautiful examples of each of the 'heritage' pumpers. Today...there are differences in the stock stain color between the C397 and the C392 from which the Sheridan have evolved. I suppose Crosman chose to distinguish the 2 visually. The 397 I have is darker walnut stain when compared to the lighter color of the 392 stock color. Just as an FYI.
Both are very accurate and smooth shooters. But alas...those are now 'obsolete' since only the Synthetic stocks are now being made available. Sad. :cry:

Daystate Huntsman Regal XL .25
Weihrauch HW77 Sp Ed .22
DIANA Stormrider II .22
KRAL Puncher .177
S.A.G AR2078-B Match .177
Weihrauch HW50S Stl
FAS 6004
Webley Hurricane
Weihrauch HW45 SS .22
Artemis PP700S-A

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