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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 2:06 pm 
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well, i might go too far with modding the valve. an extra valve is always handy.


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hah! so i found something i can tinker with :twisted:

its a gamo pistol of sorts... i think its a target pistol. kinda looks like a semi auto pistol, but its a single shot, single stroke pneumatic. 177 cal, and the pawn shop i bought it from claims 400 fps. it has a real nice barrel, quite heavy, lots of prominent riflings. nicer than any crosman barrel ive seen. it has a 3 piece wood grip, it has the 2 halves and also an adjustable base. nicely carved to fit comfy like 8) has a deadly hair trigger too, which i think is adjustable... but i havent quite figured it out.

weird thing is, it has no model # or name? :roll:

anyhow, im gonna try and see what kind of power i can pull out of it. gonna take it apart right shortly :roll:

i'll get some pics up too.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 9:11 pm 
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well what do ya know! i found it :lol:

http://www.airgundepot.com/gaaicotapi1.html

check it out 8)


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Killacrow, I found the perfect site for ya!!! Awesome project here!!!!!
http://www.airgununiverse.net/homebuilt.php Have a good time.

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bah :lol: i made one of those when i worked at the scrap yard. it shot 1" steel bearings fast enough to hunt deer with. had a barrel like 7 or 8 feet long... dont quite remember... :lol: was pretty wild though :twisted:


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I want to make one like that, but it will be an airshotgun, not a big .100 cal deer gun.

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:lol: too much power for ya?


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very interesting site that is, i made one very similair in desiighn but with
3/4 pipe and ABS pipe for my compression chamber, i used it as an air shotgun for hunting rabbits and some pest birds. but the air chamber broke and i hade to get an adapter that i just hooked my gun up to my dads big buttock nail gun compressor and i could take shots all day long all i had to do was reload.. no worries about refilling

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