Posted 20 July 2007 - 06:04 pm
Posted 20 July 2007 - 06:56 pm
Posted 20 July 2007 - 09:19 pm
Feinwerkbou Sport.....Sweet http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... My mate had one and we used to hunt the local squirrel population with almost obsessive regularity, had some great times with it. I bet theres bloody loads of the old guns in mint condition at the back of peoples wardrobes or in their lofts. Would love to get a brand new meteor http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
I tell ya J the Fernwerk Sport he picked up from the Auction was a Minter, its Incredible no one raced the price up but most of the yokels around here don't know what they're looking at , In the past I have seen some decent old and new guns go through this Auction for a song! some are Damaged Guns needing repair! some good shotguns go threw there too at a fair price! there was a Boxed Beretta 687 went through a few years ago, I viewed it and it was Mint! a lad I know went to the Auction later and it made £380 ..
Like you said mate when you think about some of the guns laying in peoples cuboards or lofts untouched its a travesty, I cringed when I saw the Gun amnesty when people was handing in guns to be cut up! they showed a pile going through the disc cutter and there was some crackers ...
Posted 20 July 2007 - 09:22 pm
Anyone remember the airsporter -s centenery model, engraved with the piled arms logo, and the legend "one of one thousand"..it came with a mk10 4x40 [i had one] jap scope, which was real good quality, mounts etc, and a numbered certificate, they are fetching silly money now, i can remember drooling over one in the window of a sports shop in Sheffield.
Now there's a gun which is worth sticking away for a while! do you remember Webley did a Vulcan with a gold plated trigger guard and saftey catch? I think it also had some Gold Inlay of some sort too .....
Posted 02 August 2007 - 10:45 pm
Airsporter and HW 35
Edited by bullmastiff, 02 August 2007 - 10:45 pm.
Posted 03 August 2007 - 09:32 am
Undo this as it screws straight into the cylinder and remove the front stock screw bracket, you can then remove the cocking slide from the cylinder, you will also need to knock the pin out of the Cocking lever in picture 6, once this in whatever order you want has been done the whole cocking assembly can be removed from the gun, its now a case of unscrewing the back block to release the spring and you can then slide the piston out the same way, just be carefull of the threads at the back of the cyclinder and these are pretty good and chewing up and new seals when you push the piston back in, a sleeve of thick silver foil coated in some Gun oil is handy to put round the inside of the thread before you feed in the piston but not always needed if you slightly Oil/Grease the thread, you can then remove this when the piston is seated home, put back together in reverse...
By the way Defo not a MK1 with the Auto Tap. looks like a later Model with the smaller tap lever, try not to lose the small bearing and spring from the tap when you put it back in the cylinder, they're b*****ds for pinging out all over the shop
Posted 04 August 2007 - 01:19 pm
The cylinder looks in quite good nick, with just a little dirt in the grease so hopefully a good clean with IPA should be enough!
I'll try to get some decent photo's once I get my camera back.
Posted 28 October 2007 - 12:44 pm
Posted 31 December 2007 - 06:38 am
this is my BSA
bsa.JPG 22KB 16 downloads
the prefix of series number is EK.. so i guess its MK-3
my father bought it in year of 1970
and its still kickin' now
Edited by melinuxid, 31 December 2007 - 06:44 am.
Posted 31 December 2007 - 07:58 am
Cadet Major, J? Finest f*cking air rifle I ever fired, till I got the Lightening XL!
Now, come on you two; Sort these last two lads out. Ye drawing international notice now, look!
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