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 Post subject: my homemade airguns
PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 2:50 pm 
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Welcome to our forum!!!!
You have done a splendid job there!!!! :)
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very clean looking, by far some of the nicest homebuilt jobs ive seen

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Welcome to the forum pavlovsky
You've built some very impressive guns there.... 8) 8) 8)
Congrats....

P.S. If you've got more guns don't hold back on the pictures....
Enjoy your stay!

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Excellent! I absolutely love how the bolt looks and functions.

X2 with the pictures.. if you have more post them!!


Also: Do you buy or make your pressure tubes?


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Fantastic workmanship :!: :!: :!:

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very nice , looks quit orignal , i can't figure out how the air gets behind the pellet , i asume it comes up and through the bolt ? . very nice gun , love to hear a little on the workings


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very nice , looks quit orignal , i can't figure out how the air gets behind the pellet , i asume it comes up and through the bolt ? . very nice gun , love to hear a little on the workings


I am guessing the bolt pushes it past the TP maybe with the bold having a similar "gas through" design to a QB..

just an "edumacated" guess - if that 8)


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Excellent job there, Pavlovsky ...... congratulation well done.


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Beautiful work!

Like perfection of the Crosman 101 style breech.

Awesome!


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Very nice work,The rifle's gorgeous (looks like a Gary Barne's with a steve Corcoran stock)

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very nice looking airgun, keep up the good work!


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WOW! very nice craftsmanship. A1.


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Wow! Really nice!! :shock:


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Holy f..sh.... Can anyone explain ow can you can make these pieces at HOME?! im all ears


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