If I were to ask you the value of a 57 Chevy without giving you any description about the vehicle, You would have a hard time answering the question. It is the same with air guns. You have not provided any information about the condition of the Hawthorne, so I can't answer your question. If you want an answer then give it some sort of rating, like, it is in (Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good or Excellent) condition. Also does it still hold air.
The Hawthorne model M180 was made by Crosman and is a "Crosman model 180"
Crosman made Hawthorne air guns for Wards Dept stores. It really is a crosman model 180. I need to know more about the condition and is it working before I can give an estimate of value
All of Montgomery Wards Pellet guns were made by Crosman Air Gun company under the name of "Hawthorn" they made several different models. Which one are you asking about.
It was not designed for 25 cal ammunition.
You can search the web and look for "Airgun Repair" and locate someone near you and have it repaired. The Model M180 was made by Crosman and is a Crosman model 180. it was made between 1962-68. Crosman offers a service to locate repair shops that repair older Crosman Airguns. See link Below
Please state the model and the condition to get an estimate of value.
What condition is it in. That determines the value
It would help if you gave the manufactures name and the current condition of the pellet gun. without more details it is not possible to give an estimate of value.
It depends on the model and the caliber of the Pellet gun.
Please state the condition of the pistol to get an estimate of value.
What Condition is it in? That determines the value.
I think you mean pellet gun. That is a gun that fires a small lead pellet but does not use gun powder. It uses compressed air or compressed gasses to push the pellet.