Flashback: Crosman 150

Photo courtesy of 177air.com

Airgun World recently featured the Crosman 150 in John Milewski’s article, “Pocket Rocket”.  The 150 was a .22 caliber pistol produced between 1954 and 1967 with some variations along the way. It was powered by a “12.5 gram CO2 cylinder” or as Milewski describes it, “the first gun to be powered by the CO2 Powerlet that is in universal use today.”

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7 Comments

  1. Mowerdad2 says:

    this gun is awesome to shot ! i have  three of them . one has ted williams on it.lot of power !!! tony

  2. Mike Krieger says:

    Wow, looks just like the Crosman 150 I had as a 15 year old kid back in 1957. That is one great gun. Loaned it to my son and not sure if he still has it. I just purchased a 2240 and am having a great time with it. Thanks for the memories.

  3. J. Morris says:

    Beginning to locate a reliable gunsmith in the western subs of Chicago (we are apologizing for Obama) and want to replace the rubber seals and reblue the gun. It’s in great shape and I remember my dad firing it when I was about 3 or so.

    If you have a reasonably close source for the parts and bluing procedure, please drop me a line……

    Thanks.

  4. Don says:

    I am awaiting the return of my crosman 150 from airgunrepairman.com. Resealed, cleaned $75. Ill let you know how well they did. Don’t be in a hurry for it being repaired :(

  5. C. M. Biggs says:

    What would one of these be worth new in the box with all the original accessories.

    • chunnicutt says:

      Perfect condition, about $110. There are some additional premiums for special versions. SOURCE: Blue Book of Airgun Values.

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