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    DualMagMike
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    Daisy model 104 double barrel BB 1937-40

     

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    kingfisher61
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    Sheridan Supergrades circa 1948.  One on the right.  Other belongs to Scott Blair.  Gotta love those vintage beauties!  You guys have some beautiful rifles!  Thanks for sharing! !

     

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    DualMagMike
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    Daisy 21 double barrel

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    DualMagMike
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    Crosman 1300

    Crosman 451

     

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    Bleudg
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    My Webley Hurricane in .177

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    DualMagMike
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    Crosman M1 Carbine 1966-67

    Crosman 1100

    Daisy 1894

    Daisy El Dorado

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    Septicdeath
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    Love all the great guns. Very nice. 

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    AirNGasman
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    Thanks Bio. I get my kicks accomplishing the impossible with improbable equipment possessing potentials no-one else recognizes, explores, or believes. Much of that has to do with the fact I can't afford the best airguns money can buy; so have to settle for outshooting them with vintage and affordable guns capable of better performance than most people would imagine possible. I'm up to about a dozen NRA National records, State Champion, and National Champion titles with 1950s and 60s vintage Crosmans I gunsmithed to their full potentials; all with factory Crosman barrels, albeit sometimes shortened to pistol length. 

     
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    Vetmx
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    My Crosman Model 70 from when I was a kid. And it’s for sale.

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    DualMagMike
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    HW EL54 Barakuda

     

    HW55M

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer
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    Question for DualMagMike….Is their any airgun you don't have ? LOL !  You should start a museum of airguns !

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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer
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    Vetmx

    My Crosman Model 70 from when I was a kid. And it’s for sale.

    Wow ! A Winchester Model 70 look alike ! Never knew Crosman made one. What year(s) were those produced ?

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    KWK
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    Hi, I'm a new member.  Photo etching on a mint 1924 BSA Club Standard. Cool little 1950's Italian underlever .177 (can anyone ID it?) . 1912 BSA Military pattern .22 . Webley Mark 1 .177 .          A little whiff of my collection. 

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    KWK
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    1867 Giffard pneumatic. Makes my BSA's seem modern? Can you see the engraving on even the buttstock and screws? Craftsmanship! Why doesn't Weihrauch add little touches like that?

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    DualMagMike
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    Definitely looking for a few more, but here are a few more vintage…

    Walther LG55 with double set triggers, LG55 Tyrolean, LGV Tyrolean, LGV Special (1963-73)

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    JMI
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    I'll post some pics of my 'vintage' pneumatic masterpieces later, but in the meantime here is a link to an old discussion about the proposed definitions of vintage, modern, and antique air guns.

    https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/americanvintageairguns/viewtopic.php?p=10590#p10590

    For your consideration.

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    MDriskill
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    If you will forgive my stealing my own pic from another nearby post, a shot of the different stock styles made for the Weihrauch HW 55 target rifle. The guns here range in age from the early 1950’s, to the late 1990’s.

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    FunWithPaul
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    I have had all of these since I was a kid.

    (all bought at garage sales, used…)

    Top two are .22, bottom two .177

     

     

     

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    FunWithPaul
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    As an aside…

    Does anyone know what this stock is for?

     

     

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    devrep
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    got this when my dad passed.  1970 approx.

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