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Mike..hope this is the right manual...Pete
http://www.crosman.com/pdf/manuals/crosman/2200/C2200-OM2.pdf

Posted on Apr 16, 2017

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What is the value of 1920 O LC Smith 16 gauge double barrel field grade shotgun


Hello, Roger -

Fixya.com is a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to go about repairing things. Fixya.com is not a website which can provide valuation estimates for anything, except perhaps the cost of repairing some item.

I found the following information on the L.C. Smith Collectors Association website:
https://lcsca.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=274&club_id=43784
FAQs
General Information
How can I determine the value of my L.C. Smith?
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Gun value is determined by grade and gauge rarity, amount of remaining original finishes, condition of mechanics and wood, and an intangible called "Collectability" (collectible gun values can vary upwards and downwards with demand fluctuations).

Another important factor impacting value is the "Historical Factor." In those rare instances, an otherwise low-grade and abused 1890 hammer gun, worth only the price of the nails used to hang it over the mantle, could be worth thousands of dollars if its provenance can be unquestionably connected to a colorful and legendary historical figure such as Doc Holliday or member of the Dalton gang; a famous show person or shooter such as Annie Oakley or Captain A.H. Bogardus; or a Hollywood actor such as Clark Gable or Humphrey Bogart.

Since it is impossible to accurately assess gun condition and originality, either by description or internet image postings, the L.C. Smith Collectors Association cannot, and does not provide estimates of gun value.

Possible sources for such value determinations include various internet auction sites, like GunBroker, Guns International, DoubleGunShop.com; and, outside the internet, The Blue Book of Gun Values, published each year and used by all gun dealers. Copies of this book are available in almost every gun shop and book store; and should also be available in your local library. Pay particular attention to the "condition" examples featured at the front portion of this book when evaluating your gun.

The Shotgun World website has a forum for questions regarding "Shotgun I.D. and Value".
http://www.shotgunworld.com/bbs/viewforum.php?f=5
http://www.shotgunworld.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=423424
Often, dealers who specialize in vintage double guns are willing to provide a written estimate of value for insurance purposes. When you ask a dealer to appraise your gun, understand what it is you want to know. If you tell the dealer you wish to sell the gun, you will receive a "wholesale" value. The dealer would be buying to resell, and the difference between his cost and the sales price is his profit. If you ask for a value for insurance purposes, you will receive a high valuation that is most likely more that the gun would bring on the open retail market; therefore the actual value of the gun lies somewhere between the wholesale and appraised value of the gun.
Also remember that "sentiment" is not a value factor; and therefore, never enters into any estimate of gun value. A part of family history is invaluable...to the family...but not to a purchaser of that "family treasure".

To better estimate/understand gun value, it is also helpful to visit large gun shows (like the Las Vegas Antique Arms Show or Wanamaker Gun Show in Tulsa), and note the prices of guns in similar condition and grade as yours.

Finally, please remember that "Knowledge Is Power", and the more research you do, the better you are prepared. Don't be timid about asking for information on the Forum; and additionally, we suggest you begin your research with a copy of John Houchins' in-depth work on the Smith gun, "L.C. Smith, The Legend Lives."

Warmest regards,
Drew Hause, Tom Archer, and Bill Hambidge
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Best wishes.

Oct 03, 2018 | Firearms

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Crosman Mod. BP922


Hello Willis H DuPont...

Air-guns ... (are real weapons)
like every other gun on the planet are to be treated
with the greatest RESPECT...

Had you actually posted a question here...
I might be able to help ( no actual mind reading ).

What I can do is advise caution, training & mentoring
before proceeding.

OWNERS MANUALS are delightful sources of
necessary information.

Go to Crosman on line at
http://crosman.com/manuals

Be safe!

Carnac the Magnificent

Aug 05, 2018 | Firearms

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Husband took apart bb airgun 5170.I need u to show me how to put back together.HELP!


Hello, Linda -

Do you mean the Daisy Powerline 5170 air p1zt0l? (Have to spell it that way because a Fixya.com algorithm considers the word profantiy) If so . . .

For safety and reliability reasons, I recommend you locate a gunsmith familiar with Daisy products and find out what it will cost for him or her to re-assemble the firearm.

See the manual for the 5170 here:
http://www.manualsdir.com/manuals/get?doc=557235&h=f88654bb75efc57a81315cf315cca79aeaccfd38&open=1

Look at the last column in the manual and the sections headed Repair of Powerline Air P1zt0ls and Guns in Warranty and Guns Out of Warranty.

Best wishes.

Jun 24, 2018 | Firearms

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How do i remove stuck pellets in the barrel of my gamo c 15


Hello, William -

According to the instruction manual for the Gamo C-15 Blowback firearm, you could use ". . . a 4.5mm caliber cleaning rod (.177 in) if a BB has become blocked in the barrel."

The information regarding a blocked barrel is on Page 11 of the instruction manual in the REPAIRS section.

If you do not have the instruction manual, this is the link to the PDF document (Adobe Reader software needed - free):
TinyURL link:
https://tinyurl.com/y9zwcvtk
The information is on Image 6, right side, of the PDF document.

(Quote from the instruction manual):
Repairs
A compressed air p1st0l (have to spell it that way or the Fixya algorithm reads it as a "bad word") that is not functioning well can be dangerous. Do not attempt to repair the gun yourself, since this may cause abnormalities in its functioning. Use a 4.5mm caliber cleaning rod (.177 in) if a BB has become blocked in the barrel. Take your gun to approved gunsmiths or to professional repair specialists approved for this type of product.
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Best wishes.

Feb 22, 2018 | Firearms

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Which holster should I choose for my handgun & why?


If you want to buy the Gun holster you can visit online sites. There are many holsters like the shoulder holster, ankle holster, belt holster, pocket holster etc. Available on the online sites and you can check the review of the gun holster on the internet. I have some gun holsters according to the size of the gun. I bought my gun holster from custom leather holsters It provides the best quality of holster and affordable.

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