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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #600 on: November 21, 2015, 01:05:43 PM »
I grew up in Charleston. There's places like that all over the low country. Good food. I love'em on the half shell and my wife's favorite, oysters rockefeller. Probably got some good one on Long Island also.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #601 on: November 21, 2015, 02:48:29 PM »
Jerry, did you ever put a new spring or piston seal in your B3. If not bring it and we'll do a quick rebuild.
I'll bring the parts and some molly and washer or pennies. I bring a seerr and seer spring if it needs them.

 Ok Tim i will bring it with me. Maybe you can give it some new life... :P

Well, I couldn't stand it no longer. I ordered the Diana 56th from PA. With the coupon off the back of the catalogue I got it for $832. Ordered a Hammers 3-9X40AO for $68 off amazon to go with it. Yes, I am tickled. Hope it last.

Congrats on the new addition, can't wait to see it and take it for a spin....hehe oh yea thanks for the heads up on the hammers scope got one on the way.... ;)
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #602 on: November 21, 2015, 03:02:05 PM »
Richard, I'll have a chrony there and probably Al will also. 3/4" plywood at 30 feet? We gonna' have to point you that thing at the 100 yard line. Don't shoot my chrony. Just kidding.
Yeah it was 3/4 particle board. I'm sure actual ply wood is quite sturdier. Any ways I look forward to getting this thing chrony'd
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #603 on: November 21, 2015, 03:05:01 PM »
Are we allowed to list items for trade on these pages? If so I have an AR15 setup I'd like to look at bartering a quality PCP set-up for. If you're interested message me.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #604 on: November 21, 2015, 03:32:35 PM »
I went shooting again today. @ 35 yards I was driving nails. I'm finding that the more pellets through this gun the more consistency I'm getting.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #605 on: November 21, 2015, 07:25:04 PM »
Are we allowed to list items for trade on these pages? If so I have an AR15 setup I'd like to look at bartering a quality PCP set-up for. If you're interested message me.

No powder burner trading is allowed on this forum, check out the classified pages for things for sale, or the vendors gates.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #606 on: November 22, 2015, 10:23:39 AM »
Are we allowed to list items for trade on these pages? If so I have an AR15 setup I'd like to look at bartering a quality PCP set-up for. If you're interested message me.

No powder burner trading is allowed on this forum, check out the classified pages for things for sale, or the vendors gates.
Sorry bout that. It won't happen again. I guess I should take a minute to read the rules.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #607 on: November 22, 2015, 11:01:09 AM »
Takes a lot more than a minute.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #608 on: November 22, 2015, 11:45:50 AM »
found a Wally World that has 3 of the older version of the center point 3-9x32 scopes on the shelf
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #609 on: November 22, 2015, 05:49:54 PM »
Alright got the rules all read up on. Ordered my new stock a couple days back for the Disco. Decided on the Boyds Ss Evolution in Forest Camo. TKO Muzzle Brake 6.5" has been ordered, Air gun oil and bore cleaner, .22 cleaning pellets. Now for the tech stuff, how do I lighten up the trigger pull on this little number.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #610 on: November 22, 2015, 06:16:47 PM »
Replace the trigger return spring with one out of a pen.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #611 on: November 22, 2015, 09:38:06 PM »
Alright got the rules all read up on. Ordered my new stock a couple days back for the Disco. Decided on the Boyds Ss Evolution in Forest Camo. TKO Muzzle Brake 6.5" has been ordered, Air gun oil and bore cleaner, .22 cleaning pellets. Now for the tech stuff, how do I lighten up the trigger pull on this little number.

Ditch the cleaning pellets and bore cleaner, get a piece of nice Jet Line, you will see a long piece making up our Firing line at the shoot I have more in the truck, tie a loop in the middle and use it to pull patches through the barrel.  Do Not Use any Powder Burner solvents in your gun, they tend to eat rubber and plastic seals, get a bottle of Goo Gone put some on a clean patch and pull it through the barrel and look at the goop that come out, repeat a couple of time with clean damp patches then start dry patching until the patches come out as clean and dry as they go in.

Replace the trigger return spring with one out of a pen.

Like Kevin Said here, replace the trigger return spring, it feels like it came off of a '71 350 exhaust valve.

After you shoot that a while and when you feel you are ready to dive into the trigger there are lots of little mods you can do to improve on that trigger or you can buy a trigger group for a MRod (Benjamin Marauder) and drop it in there.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #612 on: November 24, 2015, 03:11:22 PM »
I'll tell ya, the more I shoot this Benj Disco the more I'm falling in love with the thing.
My Boyds stock shipped today, I'm jazzed. I never thought Air rifles could be so fun.
I put a pellet trap outside so now I can shoot in my yard all I want with confidence that I'm not going to injure anyone or their property.
Fortunately the house directly behind mine is vacant and has been for quite some time, but I still don't want to worry about a ricochet.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #613 on: November 24, 2015, 05:23:19 PM »
Fish on the line fellas, we got a live one.  :) 8)
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #614 on: November 25, 2015, 01:12:48 PM »
hand him dv8eod's .45!
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #615 on: November 25, 2015, 08:36:27 PM »
So I think I've found the down side to this Air gun hobby. Waiting for all your nifty doo hickies to show up. It's like being 5 years old again and waiting for Santa on Christmas Eve. I am waiting on cleaning supplies, a trigger rebuild, muzzle brake, Boyds stock. My heart cant handle the anxiety of waiting  :P
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #616 on: November 25, 2015, 08:50:04 PM »
So I think I've found the down side to this Air gun hobby. Waiting for all your nifty doo hickies to show up. It's like being 5 years old again and waiting for Santa on Christmas Eve. I am waiting on cleaning supplies, a trigger rebuild, muzzle brake, Boyds stock. My heart cant handle the anxiety of waiting  :P
;D Actually the down side is when you die and the wife sells all your AG's for what you said you spent' About 2 months ago my wife went on the Air Gun Depot web site and saw what i really spent on a couple of my rifles and scopes. I am really happy she didn't see what the Daystate Huntsman  Regal XL really cost
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #617 on: November 25, 2015, 08:53:23 PM »
So I think I've found the down side to this Air gun hobby. Waiting for all your nifty doo hickies to show up. It's like being 5 years old again and waiting for Santa on Christmas Eve. I am waiting on cleaning supplies, a trigger rebuild, muzzle brake, Boyds stock. My heart cant handle the anxiety of waiting  :P
;D Actually the down side is when you die and the wife sells all your AG's for what you said you spent' About 2 months ago my wife went on the Air Gun Depot web site and saw what i really spent on a couple of my rifles and scopes. I am really happy she didn't see what the Daystate Huntsman  Regal XL really cost
Yeah, it's their faults though. If they didn't get all Mothery on us we wouldn't have to tell lies.
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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #618 on: November 26, 2015, 10:21:59 AM »
So I think I've found the down side to this Air gun hobby. Waiting for all your nifty doo hickies to show up. It's like being 5 years old again and waiting for Santa on Christmas Eve. I am waiting on cleaning supplies, a trigger rebuild, muzzle brake, Boyds stock. My heart cant handle the anxiety of waiting  :P
;D Actually the down side is when you die and the wife sells all your AG's for what you said you spent' About 2 months ago my wife went on the Air Gun Depot web site and saw what i really spent on a couple of my rifles and scopes. I am really happy she didn't see what the Daystate Huntsman  Regal XL really cost

Makes me kinda glad my wife is computer illiterate....  ;D
My daughter, on the other hand, is sharp as a tack...  ::)
I tell the wife what they cost, but because they come out of my allowance, she doesn't say anything. Probably because she doesn't believe me..... :P

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Re: ALS' LOW COUNTRY FUN-SHOOT EVENT!
« Reply #619 on: November 26, 2015, 11:09:23 AM »
 Told mine what the 56th cost. She wasn't impressed with the 10 percent discount.
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