CROSMAN CORP. RIFLES MODEL 187
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MODEL 187
- .177 cal., similar to Model 180. First variant: has cross bolt safety. Mfg. 1956-1962. Second variant: with die-cast trigger housing. Mfg. 1962-1966. There is pricing information available for purchase for this model. This data is available in the following options:

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MODEL 167

- .177 cal., similar to Model 160. First variant: with steel or die cast automatic safety and without barrel band, mfg. 1956. Second variant: with barrel band and Model 360 peep sight, mfg. 1956-1959. Third variant: with die-cast trigger housing and Model S331 peep sight. Mfg. 1960-1966.

MODEL 180

- .22 cal., CO2, one cylinder, BA, SS, full wood stock, 4 lbs. First variant: cross bolt safety, mfg. 1956-1959. Second variant: die-cast trigger housing. Mfg. 1962-1967.

MODEL 400

- .22 cal., CO2, two cylinder, spring-fed, "swing feed" ten-round mag., full wood stock. First variant: cross bolt safety. Mfg. 1957-1962. Second variant: die-cast trigger housing. Mfg. 1962-1964.

MODEL 160

- .22 cal., CO2, two cylinders, BA, SS, steel or die cast automatic safety, full wood stock. First variant: steel automatic safety, without barrel band, mfg. 1955-1956. Second variant: barrel band, Model 360 peep sight, mfg. 1956-1959. Third variant: die cast trigger housing, Model S331 peep sight. Mfg. 1960-1971.

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.

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