« Last post by blackdiesel on Today at 06:02:12 AM »
Cans are too large. I shoot paintballs and other small items.
« Last post by Wayne52 on Today at 05:54:21 AM »
Great shooting on those two Tom !!!
« Last post by thebanker4 on Today at 05:43:06 AM »
Thank you Mike for the help on removing the regulator! I think we could also enlarge the transfer port rotary cylinder (replace factory rotary selector with a larger diameter bolt) like Troy Hammer did for the kral puncher Jumbo. Then once the rotary cylinder has been enlarged the transfer port can be enlarged as well. I hope Troy gets his hands on this gun soon.
« Last post by Mark 611 on Today at 05:42:52 AM »
Piston seals have about a 10yr shelf life, as stated they start to get hard, like my tires on my Harley after a few yrs they start to get hard and my handling go's away!
I prefer my HW30 in .177cal over my HW50 that was in .177cal
Any luck finding other pneumatic addicts to shoot with?
Iím currently in Hawaii but considering a move to LV in early 2019. I did some minor searches and looks like LV is mainly a powder burners paradise. Iím imagining what it would be like to be outdoors in 100+ degree heat shooting into the heat vapors coming off the dessert floor. As airgun addicts I know weíll find a way weather itís 20 below or 110.
it's not a 150 in the pic it was the first pistol I picked out to set the barrel rib on
the rib is purely a trial piece to determine which order the milling operations need to be done
PCP/CO2/HPA Air Gun Gates "The Darkside" / Re: Why does Walmart no longer permit me to purchase the Marauder in California?« Last post by vigilandy on Today at 05:02:21 AM »
Not the place to get into politics folks. I'd like to keep this thread open seeing how I've had issues with Walmart shipping policies too.
« Last post by uglymike on Today at 04:53:39 AM »
Nice testimony to them gas piston rifles sir, they WORK. Cabelas had the .177 version of that rifle with a 3X9 on sale for $120 something last time I looked.
« Last post by Bob H. on Today at 04:34:37 AM »
I'll a bit late here, but this might be a solution. I stopped by Mike Melick's shop in Iowa last year and bought a B-26 with a thumbhole stock. As I recall, a B-26 is a strong copy of the 95. At the time, Mike had extra thumbhole stocks for cheap. Give him a shout at Flying Dragon Air Rifles.