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 Post subject: Gun Show Goodies
PostPosted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:19 am 
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Location: Winnipeg, Canada
Did very well for a change at the Dugald show.



It's a Weaver K-4 with the post and crosswire reticle. Shown on a 13-77 with 18" .22 cal. bbl hurry up scratch build. I've been after one of these for a very long time now. First decent one I've seen that was under 300.00. I paid 5 $20 bills for it, and am pumped. 8)


The needle post is visible here, and if I look hard, the thin crosswire is there. Will try this photo again under more controlled conditions.


They're actually H&N Barracuda hollow-points. I wouldn't have bought them under the H&N label~ now I know better for next time.


Crosman Optimus. I ain't really a springer guy. I like the wood:


I'll just blame T. Cooper for this :wink:

It came with a real p.o.s. Centre Point 4 X 32 scope. Blur city.

I hit better with it from off-hand kneeling than I do from a field rest...


Best breech seal I've seen on a Chinese springer. Period. Nice strong rifling. Breech face needs cleaning up though. She's badly burred, and won't chamber the Meisters. Tried manual seating them with a small bronze rod, and that seemed to work. Shoots well with the old 7.9 gr Crosman milk carton points....

I still get headaches shooting a springer....


"Ain't no half-way"

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