Discussion in 'Air Guns' started by Septicdeath, Oct 6, 2020.
Not really but I got you to look!
Well, not quite a Rickroll, but still pretty good
Very neat little rifle. It's like a break barrel red ryder
Yep. love looking at the Vintage air rifles. Just going through the Blue Book of Air Rifles is enjoying. I really like that guys Diana MDL25. Here is a pic of one of the sweetest shooters you can imagine.a HW MKll custom tuned by the tuner MZ . (whom I was very lucky to have as a personal friend and lived in the same town) These old and even new light weight soft shooters are some of the most fun to shoot.
Nice! You come up with some great stuff
Ran across a old break action pellet gun at a yard sale $35. Asked the guy to hold it while I went to the ATM, he said no, and it was gone when I got back.
Neat little rifle. Like was said. I get a Red Ryder vibe too.
Still have my Winchester 435 I got in 1970. Only hits about 400 fps now. Don't know if I have enough moxie to rebuild it.
Any hints? I got a few quotes ten years ago and it was $85 to look at it, $80+ to rebuild if they could, plus shipping. Heck, I paid $50 new.
Cut my losses. Have a nice RWS.
It would be nice if you all would put the feet per second it would help new people. THANK,S
I mentioned it in the video. Average is about 410fps.
Diana 15 , Winchester 416 and a Hy Score 808 .177 youth bb/pellet guns I have completely restored in the last couple weeks.
The 15 has a story behind it and so I left the stock with Nick's and initials.
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