You have given me all the information except the model. Sheridan has several different models at different prices
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They have parts and possibly repair service
Okay what is your question...... Is it a gun or a rifle........ you need to give more information. I believe it is a rifle. The gun still works. Register number J704204. TY.
Okay Now I know it's either a (No. 101 - model 36) a (No.102 - model 36) or a ( No. 195 model 36). and I know the rifle still works. But you still haven't stated what you want to know.
If you are asking for the value (You haven't said) then give it some sort of physical rating like Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good, or Excellent.
Here's an example of how to ask the question.
How much is a Daisy rifle worth. It's a NO; 101 model 33 that is still working and in Good condition?
This is a complete question that I can answer.
So far all I know is it's one of 3 different models and it's working.
While BB guns are low powered and are not designed to do serious harm to a human, under just the right circumstances serious injury or death is possible. A shot from a short distance into an eye is guaranteed to result in permanent loss of sight and the pellet may go through bone and into the brain. In other words, you'll shoot your eye out, kid.
BB guns should not be fired at people. That is what airsoft is for, and even then proper safety precautions must be taken to avoid injury.
When used properly for target shooting, BB guns are safe and a lot of fun.
Most C02's cannot be enhanced like a spring rifle. But I suggest placing a drop of "Crosman Pell gun oil" on the tip of the C02 when you put it in the first time. This will lube the entire system of the rifle. Then do it again after 200 shots to keep it lubed. DO NOT use any other oil they will ruin the seals. Different pellets also have an effect on the FEET PER SECOND (FPS) try using a different pellet. The Gamo Raptor is very fast because it is light, but wonders off target in a breeze.