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130 "finger tip" recocking

September 13 2017 at 3:35 AM
DT Fletcher  (Login DTFletcher)
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Have always thought that the early model 130 with wood grips was one of the more interesting models for collecting. Here's a nice looking example that is complete with the box and display flap. Not in perfect condition but still nice. These are rarely seen with the box. A good foundation for a model 130 collection.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/crosman-130-22-caliber-pneumatic-air-pistol-/152701753025?hash=item238dbbd6c1:g:cFUAAOSwarNZuIKY

 
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Garvin
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Thanks DT n/t

September 13 2017, 12:16 PM 

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DT Fletcher
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Hawthorne M130

September 14 2017, 12:54 AM 

Right after the finger-tip cocking 130, the Wards M130 has to be one of the harder to find and more desirable variations of the 130. Super rare to see these in the box.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hawthorne-M130-22-Cal-Air-Pellet-Gun-Crosman-130-Pistol-for-Montgomery-Ward/332378728950?hash=item4d6350e9f6%3Ag%3A4%7EQAAOSwRjtZueN6

 
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