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Shooting my new Magnum Springer

Discussion in 'Air Guns' started by Septicdeath, Oct 6, 2020.

  1. Septicdeath

    Septicdeath Member

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    Not really but I got you to look!
     
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    Well, not quite a Rickroll, but still pretty good:p


    Very neat little rifle. It's like a break barrel red ryder
     
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  3. Ernie Bass

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    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.


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    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.
     
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    Neat little rifle. Like was said. I get a Red Ryder vibe too.
     
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  6. PapaG

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    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.
     
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    It would be nice if you all would put the feet per second it would help new people. THANK,S
     
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  8. Septicdeath

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    I mentioned it in the video. Average is about 410fps.
     
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  9. Septicdeath

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    Diana 15 , Winchester 416 and a Hy Score 808 .177 youth bb/pellet guns I have completely restored in the last couple weeks. 20201016_183445.jpg The 15 has a story behind it and so I left the stock with Nick's and initials.
     
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