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There are many versions of the C series Sheridan Let me explain: Sheridan made air rifles started in 1945 and made a few variations of the C series. Benjamin bought out Sheridan and continued to make the C series ( C9, CB, CBW CW ) From 1949 to 1990 it was marked Sheridan. In 1972 serial numbers were redone and started with #000000. Crosman bought out Benjamin (1992) and continued to make the C series Rifle (It's very popular) The rifle was made in .177, .20, .22 caliber. From 1998-2000 Crosman marketed the C series .177 and .22 Caliber as a Benjamin and the .20 Caliber as a Sheridan. I believe your rifle was made sometime after 1972 when the company was still owned by Benjamin. You may see a C9 Silver Streak or a C9 Blue streak. They are the current C series rifles Final note: at one point during the 1950's the rifle was marketed as a Benjamin Franklin as a marketing ploy. Benjamin Franklin had nothing to do with it. But his name got stuck on it anyway. Along the way the rifle has also been marketed as a Benjamin / Sheridan. ( You confused? so am I.) A rifle like this in good condition would be worth around $105 + or - $20
180 dB is a result from the barrett M107A1 50 cal long rifle.
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It depends on the particular model of the rifle, not the caliber it is in. What model and make is it?
We need the make of rifle.
I believe you are reffering to th model 1903, bolt action rifle in 30.06 caliber. Value for these rifles is determined by overall condition, make, and date of manufacture. Date made can be determine by serial number and maker's name.........................
For MOST- make sure rifle is unloaded. Open bolt, draw to the rear. Press and HOLD trigger, and slide the bolt out of the rifle.
Please repost with the MAKE and model number, and we may be able to offer an idea of value.
Marlin made a model 98 semi-auto .22cal rifle from 1957-1959.They also made a model 980 bolt action .22cal rifle from 1962-1970.They did not make a model 98 bolt action rifle in .22caliber.
The Browning (BLR) comes in a .223 lever action.
No, bolt-action only. Bummer! I was under the impression that they did some years back but discontinued the 35 cal. lever action rifle by Remington
The largest calibre i came across was 30 calibre russian rifle (gas chambers punctured to make it bolt action). owned by a retired army personnel. I guess they allow them to purchase it from the ordnance. Don't know if they can sell it though.