10 Meter Shoot at the Josephville Gun Shop



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Offline Gipper

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Re: 10 Meter Shoot at the Josephville Gun Shop
« Reply #20 on: April 12, 2016, 08:53:28 AM »
I am about an hour away and think I need to play hookie from work one of these Fridays and come on out!!  I am curious if you stock any airguns?

Thanks - Brian
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Re: 10 Meter Shoot at the Josephville Gun Shop
« Reply #21 on: April 12, 2016, 09:37:50 AM »
That stock is begging for a blackpowder-esque patch box, but big enough to hold a pellet tin. Or at least a magazine.

Actually it is rally only a half insert, the back side has a velcro strip that holds three 25-shot pellet patches.
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Re: 10 Meter Shoot at the Josephville Gun Shop
« Reply #22 on: April 12, 2016, 11:44:44 AM »
I am about an hour away and think I need to play hookie from work one of these Fridays and come on out!!  I am curious if you stock any airguns?

Thanks - Brian
Hi Bryan,

I started this thread... but am NOT the owner of the Josephville Gun Shop.... Shane Seals is.   My wife and I only went there for a shoot, nearly two months ago (already!), and had a Great time there.

To answer your question about does he have any airguns in stock.... yes, he does.... and he also is an airgunsmith (as well as powder burners) & machinist.   They shoot 10M indoors (also has an outdoor range for firearms) for the airguns, so a number of his guns for sale are "geared" for 10M... ie: Daisy Avanti 853's etc.... at least when we were there.

If you get there... watch out for "Oshi"... the "Donut hound" (actually a nice Alaskan Malmute)... beware if you have a donut in your hand!!  ;D      They always have a BIG box of fresh donuts & coffee on hand.

If you would like to call Shane, ahead of time... his number is (636)-332-5450 (shop).

It's a bit of a drive for us... but, we do intend on returning at some point in the not too distant future... it's worth the drive.

Hope it works out for you, and you can make it there.... I know that if we (wife & I) were as "near" as you, apparently are (1 hour)... we would most likely be there nearly every Friday.

Take care,
Jim
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Re: 10 Meter Shoot at the Josephville Gun Shop
« Reply #23 on: April 27, 2016, 12:26:25 AM »
Good Mornin !....

I think I might experiment with making some nice, wood center fills for the centers of the Crosman 1399 carbine stocks I have.... will see how the 1st one turns out.

Have a great day,
Jim

A nice piece of walnut would work well.

Hi Teep...

Thanks... Nice looking "fill"... and nice "work"!!   Just so I know.. what did you use to hold it in place, specifically?

I don't have any walnut... But, I do have Lots of Cedar, and some Oak....  :D

Thanks,
Jim
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Xisico XS12 - Diana 48 & 54 - Weihrauch HW57

.20 Cal.
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Re: 10 Meter Shoot at the Josephville Gun Shop
« Reply #24 on: April 27, 2016, 08:30:51 AM »
I used a dremmel tool to cut small slots in the stock for a couple of then washers on each end that are held in place with screws.  The washers and screws are covered with the velcro.  If I were doing a full insert I would drill the stock for small screws to go into the wood insert.
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Re: 10 Meter Shoot at the Josephville Gun Shop
« Reply #25 on: April 29, 2016, 03:47:34 PM »
I used a dremmel tool to cut small slots in the stock for a couple of then washers on each end that are held in place with screws.  The washers and screws are covered with the velcro.  If I were doing a full insert I would drill the stock for small screws to go into the wood insert.
Hi Teep,

Thanks for the come-back and ideas on the inserts.... since last time I replied to you, I got digging around and found some small brass, internally threaded sleeves, that I can epoxy into the wood, then, as you said... drill down through the stock, bevel the hole and use some matching small brass machine screws with beveled heads.  :D

I have a nice piece of Cedar that is polishing out, very nicely.. am going to get a couple of 14" barrels to replace the shorter crosman barrels... have put the longer steel breeches on all three of my 13XX's so far, along with UTG "Bug Buster" scopes, and the stocks already mentioned... had I known of "Mountain Air Custom Air Guns"dot com... I would have actually saved a few bucks, and just bought a couple of their custom "built" 13XX's and 22XX's... which, I'm thinking of doing anyway... as I was considering "building" a "1320" as well as a "1325".... but, they have those calibers available and for sale.... already built from "mild to wild".... depending how deep, ones wallet is... or, wants to send on one.

It gets to the point (dollar wise) with these "pistols"... that one can start questioning the "sanity" of it all... especially if for the investment, "you" (re: anyone) could have a nice German or UK built rifle.   ;D

Thanks again... hopefully at some point, some of us might be able to get together for a "shoot"... would be fun.

Have a great weekend,
Jim
  • Stockton, MO. (area)
"CO2"

.177 &.22 Cals.
QB78 - QB78S(2ea.) - AR2078 - Benji 2260MB - Cross.1077 & 2240.

  "Multi-Pumps"

.177 .20 & .22 Cals.
Various Dans,Benji's & Crossmans

  "SPRINGER's"

.177 Cal.
Xisico XS12 - Diana 48 & 54 - Weihrauch HW57

.20 Cal.
Weihrauch HW97 KT

.22 Cal.
Xisico XS25FSB, B26-2, B3,4&5 (ALL MM Tuned), Diana 48(MM Tuned) & 460 Mag, Weihrauch HW80, Walther Terrus & Parrus

.25 Cal.
XS28M (MM Tuned) - Diana 52 (Fully-self tuned).

   "PCP's"

.177 .22 & .25 Cal.
XS60, 2-Disco's & Mrod

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Re: 10 Meter Shoot at the Josephville Gun Shop
« Reply #26 on: May 19, 2016, 12:39:21 PM »
See y'all tomorrow, and this time I'm bringing armament.  ;D
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