Show your vintage airguns.

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    Septicdeath
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    Airgun Nation.  Show us your vintage airguns. 

     

     

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    marflow
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    what makes an air gun vintage 

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    rugerguy211
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    Not at home so can't include a picture, but my "vintage" airgun is a Daisy Model 25 BB rifle from 1962.

    https://www.daisy.com/product/model-25-pump-bb-gun/

     

     

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    what makes an air gun vintage 

    When we’re describing an item as “vintage”, this means that it is at least 50 years old or more. Many people will say that vintage can also refer to items that are 25 years old, and you may hear these types of items being referred to as “new vintage”. If you talk to industry professionals, they will say that a vintage item is technically at least 50 years old.

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    marflow
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    just a few Crosman 400's that are old enough 

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    DualMagMike
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    Markham Chicago model 1887-1910 right at the beginning of spring guns…

     

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    DualMagMike

    Markham Chicago model 1887-1910 right at the beginning of spring guns…

     

    Very nice rifle

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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer
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    DualMagMike

    Markham Chicago model 1887-1910 right at the beginning of spring guns…

     

    I should've known Mike would have something interesting in his collection! Looks like something out of the 1700's. Details ? Caliber, etc: ?

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    DualMagMike
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    Spring piston, brass barrel liner, metal rod under butt stock is for clearing the barrel if necessary 😱 Fires "old style BB's" .180

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    DualMagMike

    Spring piston, brass barrel liner, metal rod under butt stock is for clearing the barrel if necessary 😱 Fires "old style BB's" .180

    Is it functional? 

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    MileHighAirGunner
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    I don’t have anything unique like that Markham. The only two I currently have that qualify as vintage are a Crosman MK1 and 600. Would like to find a Ted Williams 126.1909 variation of the Crosman 150. 

     

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    Gave the 700 and the stock to the 1760 away sold one of the 160s the other was stolen in late 2010.  The 101 is in pieces waiting to be restored as are both of the 622s and the Diana 6G just went out for a reseal as I have been screwing to many things up as of late to trust myself with it.  The 451 not pictured that I bought as a basket case fifteen years back is still a basket case and I have loads of parts and pieces that I am not sure why I even bought them anymore.  Also have at least six or eight project guns going together?  Or at least that's what I tell myself.  It's a rough life for the addicted soul. ;^)  Let's not forget I was not going to buy any guns that I would not shoot.  These days I only shoot five or six of my guns the rest just look cool hanging on the basement wall in various stages of de-composure.

     

     

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    believe these old girls qualify. Shorter one is of course the 177, the longer one is 22. I am quite confident I could take out a chippy with either one, if needed.

    Mike


     

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    I don’t have anything unique like that Markham. The only two I currently have that qualify as vintage are a Crosman MK1 and 600. Would like to find a Ted Williams 126.1909 variation of the Crosman 150. 

     

    Nice 

    All the awesome pics are great. Nice stuff guys.

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    believe these old girls qualify. Shorter one is of course the 177, the longer one is 22. I am quite confident I could take out a chippy with either one, if needed.

    Mike


     

    Those are absolutely beautiful guns more antiques than vintage though.  Very nice!

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    AirNGasman
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    My pre-war Webley Premier, now for sale in the classifieds- 

    My 1950's vintage Sears & Roebuck variant Crosman 160 and awards captured in the late 1980's (2 NRA National Records and a Texas State Champion title)-

    My 1950's vintage Montgomery Wards Hawthorne Crosman 180 variant rifle-to-pistol conversion and 2007 Texas State Champion field target title-

     

    My 1960s vintage Crosman 187 Co2 rifle-to-air-pistol conversion and State and National Champion field target titles-

    And my Sears & Roebuck Ted Williams Match Pistol variant Crosman 150 that MileHighAirgunner (above) wanted to see-

     

     

     
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    kayaker
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    Really some nice guns guys !  But biohazardman you do have a problem ! LOL

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    biohazardman
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    Yes, I know I have a problem I am a sick man.  ;^)  Got to love it that they still let me roam around on my own.  😂

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    Yes, I know I have a problem I am a sick man.  ;^)  Got to love it that they still let me roam around on my own.  😂

    I should show that to my wife she says I have a problem HAW  now I just have to beat her to the mail box three times this week !  😅

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    AirNGasman

    Nice werq with all of the wins and with guns you built up it looks like.  Congrats on all of that.

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