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SSP ball shooter by Quackenbush

Forums Air Pistols Air Pistols – Discussion SSP ball shooter by Quackenbush

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    holo07
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    Hi guys, I have one on the way that shoots 36 cal. lead balls.This pistol is CO2 powered, I got the bug when I started shooting lead ball out of my Crosman 1100 Trapmaster.  Does anyone else have one?  Please share any info or pictures you may have. Here are a few picture for now.

     

     

     

     

     

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    Moog
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    That looks very intetesting. It looks a lot like my 2240. How much velocity can you expect to get out of that?

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    holo07
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    Moog

    That looks very intetesting. It looks a lot like my 2240. How much velocity can you expect to get out of that?

    I have no idea as of yet. The person I bought it from said it will take a rabbit of its feet at 15 yards.

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    JamesD.
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    That's numbered like Quackenbush items. Yes?

    Edit: Opps, I finally read the title lol

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    Moog
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    I just took a look at their web site quackenbushairguns.com and they look like they make some interesting stuff. They are not to far away from where I live either.

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    holo07
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    The person I bought mine from told me this model was something Quackenbush made before the Crosman Custom Shop

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    Bob-in-WV
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    I have a Quackenbush pistol that will shoot either the .36 round ball or the Crosman shot shells.  It is a very nicely made pistol like yours is.  Just the uppers are built by Dennis but the lowers are Crosmans.

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    ae1970
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    Hi, yeah I had a couple of these in the past but have since sold them. Its a Quackenbush upper built on a Crosman SSP250 lower. I see yours is the earlier with the rear knurled bolt. Both the ones I had did have the round loading port but had a side bolt. For mine, the round ball was a very tight fit in the round loading port but they are fun pistols. I still have his shot pistol which shoots either the shotshell or 375 ball and also one of his 9mm both built on Crosman lowers.

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    holo07
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    ae1970

    Hi, yeah I had a couple of these in the past but have since sold them. Its a Quackenbush upper built on a Crosman SSP250 lower. I see yours is the earlier with the rear knurled bolt. Both the ones I had did have the round loading port but had a side bolt. For mine, the round ball was a very tight fit in the round loading port but they are fun pistols. I still have his shot pistol which shoots either the shotshell or 375 ball and also one of his 9mm both built on Crosman lowers.

    Please post of few pictures if you have time

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    ae1970
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    Here you go, from top to bottom. 

    Crooked Barn Shot pistol/375 ball.

    Quackenbush Shot pistol/375 ball

    Quackenbush 25cal

    Crooked Barn 32cal ball

    Quackenbush 9mm

     

     

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    holo07
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    Well I couldn't say no. This one is on the way.

     

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    Moog
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    That looks like a nice pistol. If it's a good shooter I would get a nice set of walnut grips for it.

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