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Old 11-12-2019, 06:17 AM
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The photos using Photobucket are really worthless. Picture is always fuzzy and the logo ruins the picture. IMO
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That's why some call it PHOTOSUCKIT.
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Old 11-26-2019, 05:54 AM
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Glad to see someone else agrees.
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The photos using Photobucket are really worthless. Picture is always fuzzy and the logo ruins the picture. IMO
I agree! I went through 2 episodes with PB when they deleted all my images, changed over to Imgur after the last PB fiasco and have been happy with them. Thought I had redone all my images here in RFC, but since you guys just reopened this old thread, I saw my images here were not even posted.

So...thanks to you, I just redid my posts with new images (well, same old pics, but you can view them now).

Check them out on page 2 of this thread. I also have a custom 2240, but didn't post it. Love those old Crosman's.
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Not as old as some here, but here is my H9A.
Technically it was built by Crosman after the Benjiman / Sheridan acquisition.
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Have had a bunch through the years: 150, 130, 1300, 600, 38T, V300.
Down to only two at the moment: a Mark II and a 111.
The 111 I converted to a carbine making a stock from a wooden crutch.
I stripped the gun to paint it, but decided I liked the two tone look, so I just clear coated it. Been using it like this for years.
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Old 01-13-2020, 01:14 PM
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Owned a 130 since the mid 60s. (also owned a 140 in that time period,which I sold in the early 70s)
When the house was robbed about twelve years ago, the 130, in its original Crosman holster, was taken. I'm sure the crook was disappointed to find out that he only got a pellet gun, and one that didn't even work. He probably thought that he struck gold with a real handgun, as the only other gun item that he took, was a loaded magazine for a Browning High Power 9mm.
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Old 01-13-2020, 03:37 PM
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Classic Crosman

Not a Crosman, but had a FWB 124 stolen years ago. Pretty sure who stole it, but police would not investigate.
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