The 1322 Crosman Medalist was made in 3 different variations:
1st has a steel breech and cover 1977-1981
2nd has a plastic breech and steel cover 1981-1986
3rd has a brass bolt 1998-2000
Please state the condition of the pistol so a estimate of value can be given. Is it still working? Is it in excellent, very good, good, fair or poor condition?
What is the condition of the Crosman?
Fair to Poor condition
It would be worth between $15 to $20
Source (Bluebook of airguns 9th edition. (Latest edition)
It hard to find a "1322 Medalist" in like new condition, but if you have one it's worth $55-$65. it was made between 1977-2000 in 3 different variations.
See the link below for the Crosman 1300. It is similar to the 1322 model.
The Crosman 1322 fires a .22 caliber pellet. It is rated at 460 Feet Per Second (FPS).The Crosman 1322 fires a .22 caliber pellet. It is rated at 460 Feet Per Second (FPS).
No, none do. But if you buy a Benjamin 392, or 397, (Benjamin is owned by Crosman) those come with a cheapie plastic lock. I've got 3 of them, wanna buy one?
there are over 100 different model Crosman airguns. You need to specify the model and the condition of the Crosman you want to know about
1322-1100 = 222
1 2 661 1322.
1, 2, 661, 1322.
The Crosman 1300 Medalist II was made between 1970-1976 as a .177 caliber and the model 1322 medalist was made from 1977-2000 as a .22 caliber. It is no longer in production. One in perfect condition will cost you around $80 plus if you can find one.
There are at least 10 different Crosman Revelation models. Which one are you asking about?
The GCF is 2.
Between $125 - $165.