I still have my all wood and metal crosman 760 from when I was a kid. It doesn’t hold air and has a small piece of wood cracked off on the pumping handle. But I keep it to remember the feeling it gave me as a kid. It must be 45 years old. My next was a Sheridan blue streak which I still have. Barrel weld broken, doesnt hold air but I still have it. Got it at 13 and Im 53 now. I hope you find it.For me it was crosman 760 I opened up on Christmas morning. I believe I was 8. Now keep in mind I had shot my dads airguns with him to learn safety and best practices but this day was the day he said go on be safe and have fun. I ignored all the other presents and immediately took it out to the forest behind my house and shot about 500 bbs. At some point weeks down the road my right arm was significantly stronger than my left and I had to start using my left to pump so it didn't look silly. I loved that gun and I have been looking for it for years. I am moving to a new house right now so any day I'm going to pull a box out of the attic and find that great gun.