Crosman AIR17

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Crosman AIR17

Post by Bazmati2020 » Fri Mar 29, 2013 6:33 am


Thought I'd put some pictures of the paperwork from my AIR17, had this from new and still in box with papers.  I think I bought sometime between 1989 and 1992 for £39.95.

Very lightweight but accurate.

Service stations and manual ... hotostream

Aim and learn sweepstake (front & back) ... otostream/
Inside ... otostream/

Accessories ... otostream/ ... otostream/ ... otostream/ ... otostream/

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Post by pmh » Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:09 am

Always good to see the bits n pieces intact, and I think it makes the complete.

I do like leaflets and advertising, and I have quite a large collection of such from the 70s.

I remember these guns coming out. Crosman do do a good line in replicas that are fun to shoot, and should be an inspiration to some of the modern manufacturers on how to do it.

Kind regards,

I now have so many airguns I've had to make a list, which is >>HERE<<
>>North Manchester Target Club<<

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