My friend's friend has a old Sheridan gun. It says Benjamin-Sheridan and it says Racine, WI. It has a serial number under
No trigger guard
The Safety is just a notch that the bolt pin slides up into
It has a rear screw in for Co2
semi auto. Thought it was bolt-action when i saw it.
Any ideas of what this gun is and how much it would be worth cuz i mite buy it
AnonymousTPT Ian: "Blitzkreig her anus."
If it's one of the VM series, it would have a horizontal ASA under the barrel, a Magnum would look more like the photos above. With a rear ASA, could it possibly be an Equalizer? Pics of it would be far more helpful.
Nope, Equalizers had no external moving parts. If the bolt slot is only on the left side, it's definitely a PMI-3. Same gun, different marketing name. If it can take two tanks (one under the barrel, one off the back of the body), it's either a VM-68 Magnum, or a PMI-3/VM-68 with a dual-bottle setup. If it can only run backbottle, it's not a Magnum. The Magnums came with a longer barrel, were all black, and had thumbscrews all over instead of allen-heads, and a sightrail
PMI-3/VM-68s seem to go for anywhere from $50-$100, depending on condition. Honestly, I still miss mine. Those date back to the days when men were men, and guns weighed in around 14lb... just because of the volume of CO2!