- What Is It?
|matteusz ||08-16-2007 12:07 AM |
Some old Crossman? What is it and what's it worth?
|russc ||08-16-2007 12:09 AM |
It's a Sheridan PGP with a direct feed port hacked in. It has a remote line running to what looks alot like a toolbelt.
|Crash ||08-16-2007 01:20 AM |
Well it is a PGP the line is just a CA line for a on gun tank (note the hose clampish tank rings) with a Crossman stock. The tool belt is mil surplus and the pouches were for 10 round tubes. It does look as if it has a hack direct feed. Pics of the other side and larger would help a lot.
I would say about 80.00 +/- and a couple of points for old school cool mods!;)
|russc ||08-16-2007 10:28 AM |
Ah - you're right about the Cali air setup. I'm pretty sure the side is hacked though - I'm not sure how else that stick feed would work at the point it's attached. The PK feeders would run out the back, and this one looks like it goes straight in.
|Lrrpie-CT ||08-16-2007 10:32 AM |
Old school coolness!
|angelpena ||08-16-2007 04:30 PM |
I like Old school mods,
That one is even rarer then the "Lonestar" P-ball guns!
It looks like your gun has a plastic ramp sight, that would place it with the vary oldest of PGs, Your gun came from the factory as a bolt action gun and was probably sent back or taken to a good Sheridan dealer for the pump upgrade. As stated above it was modified several other times as well. The CA (constant air) adapter is designed for Thermo valved tanks and pre-dates the Tippmann ASA.
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