Serial Number: None Visible
Caliber: .177. We used a caliper to measure the bore at the muzzle , and it is .177".
Action Type: Pump Action, Single Shot
Barrel Length: 20"
Sights / Optics: The gun is mounted with a fixed blade front sight. There is no rear sight.
Stock Configuration & Condition: The stocks are wood. The stocks may have ben cleaned at some point. There are some minor nicks and dings, and a gash on the right side of the buttstock, but no major cracks or losses. The LOP measures approx. 13". The stocks rates about very good overall condition.
Overall Condition: This gun retains about 50% of its metal finish.
Mechanics: The action was operated as follows, three pumps and then cock and fire, there was an audible air noise. We did not fire this gun with a pellet. We do not know the condition of the seals, though they hold atleast some air. The pump lever pivots correctly. The cocking knob pulls back and is released by trigger pull - this rifle is being sold as-is.
Box, Paperwork & Accessories: None
Our Assessment: This is one of the rarer Model 100's, in .177 manufactured from about 1940-1950. It's condition is restorable and the wood is nice. Add this gun to your vintage airgun collection.
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