Lets see those oldies



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Offline TooJung2Die

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #20 on: June 10, 2016, 09:53:23 AM »
Terry's collection is my favorite because of the period correct scopes he has collected to mount on them and because he has so many! :)

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Diana RWS 34 Classic T06
Diana RWS 45 (1981)
Diana RWS 52 (1992)
Crosman 101 (1945-50)
Crosman 118 (1952-54)
Crosman 760 (1975)
Crosman 2100 (2004)
Sheridan Blue Streak (1976)
Daisy No 25 (1956)
Remington Summit Fury Titan
Ruger Air Hawk
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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #21 on: June 10, 2016, 09:56:15 AM »
Great group of some fine airguns. Thanks for sharing.  Time to clean the drool off the keyboard.
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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #22 on: June 10, 2016, 01:37:43 PM »
Not up to the standards of most here, but here's my Pre '57 Benji 312
She's a work in progress. Now that it's a shooter again, I polished up the metal a lil bit with Never-Dull... next comes the wood refinish.
Thanks to all here for your help in this project!



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Pistols
Crosman: PC77, 1740, 1701P
Benjiman H9A

Rifles
Air Arms: S400-SL Carbine FAC
Beeman: RS2 Silver Kodiak,
Benjamin: 312, 342, 392P, 392PA, Maximus
Crosman: Genesis NP .22, Quest 1000X, Raven, 2nd & 3rd var 160's
Feinwerkbau: FWB 300S
Gamo: Recon
SAG: AR2078-B, QB58
Sheridan: C Blue Streak, C9 Blue Streak, Model F Co2
Weihrauch: HW98
Xisico: XS60C .22, Sentry 702-3 .22

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #23 on: June 10, 2016, 03:21:49 PM »
My '37 - '41 Crosman 101 Beautified by Longhunter (our own Scott Decker)
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Favorite Everyday Shooters:
Sam Yang Sumatra 2500 carbine .25
Urban .22
AirMax Varmint w/ .22 CP-2 long barrel
AirMax Plinkster .177
CP1 .177 Mini Carbine
CP2 w/ .177 Varmint long barrel
XS-60C GenI .22
2-22XX Carbine HPA .177
2240 Stubby .22
Blaze NP .177
3-M/M Daisy 881
2-Mendoza RM377 .177
2-XS-12 .177
1-Hatsan 1000x .177 Carbine (Pvt. Stryker)
Various Others

AirMax Extreme MKII 4500 (for the tanks)
Vevor Basic. (for the road)
Vintage - too many to list

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #24 on: June 10, 2016, 05:09:27 PM »
My '37 - '41 Crosman 101 Beautified by Longhunter (our own Scott Decker)

Awww... SHUCKS 8).
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'87 Diana 48 .177
crosman model 1 first varient
post war crosman 101 ( 1949 )
Benjamin NP pistol
Beeman P17 
Crosman 140
Diana K98
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Benjamin 310 (early)

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #25 on: June 11, 2016, 02:40:00 AM »
I'm gonna have to get pics up of my vintage collection... once I remember where they all are :)
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Cummins B3 .177, Industry B3-1 .22 and similar pistol
Crosman 1322, 1377 times 2 (.22 new, .177 from mid '90's second .177 is a project), and 2289G
Crosman 66 Powermaster, 2240, 1077, and 357
Daisy Powerline 990 and 880
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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #26 on: June 11, 2016, 08:05:17 AM »
I'm gonna have to get pics up of my vintage collection... once I remember where they all are :)
This will be a show stopper.
  • From deep within the Rabbit Hole, Alabama
Favorite Everyday Shooters:
Sam Yang Sumatra 2500 carbine .25
Urban .22
AirMax Varmint w/ .22 CP-2 long barrel
AirMax Plinkster .177
CP1 .177 Mini Carbine
CP2 w/ .177 Varmint long barrel
XS-60C GenI .22
2-22XX Carbine HPA .177
2240 Stubby .22
Blaze NP .177
3-M/M Daisy 881
2-Mendoza RM377 .177
2-XS-12 .177
1-Hatsan 1000x .177 Carbine (Pvt. Stryker)
Various Others

AirMax Extreme MKII 4500 (for the tanks)
Vevor Basic. (for the road)
Vintage - too many to list

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #27 on: June 11, 2016, 08:17:48 AM »
Hoosier Daddy: that 312 is looking good, nice work!
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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #28 on: June 11, 2016, 11:59:36 AM »
Thanks.... I am really enjoying it!
Pistols
Crosman: PC77, 1740, 1701P
Benjiman H9A

Rifles
Air Arms: S400-SL Carbine FAC
Beeman: RS2 Silver Kodiak,
Benjamin: 312, 342, 392P, 392PA, Maximus
Crosman: Genesis NP .22, Quest 1000X, Raven, 2nd & 3rd var 160's
Feinwerkbau: FWB 300S
Gamo: Recon
SAG: AR2078-B, QB58
Sheridan: C Blue Streak, C9 Blue Streak, Model F Co2
Weihrauch: HW98
Xisico: XS60C .22, Sentry 702-3 .22

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #29 on: June 11, 2016, 04:40:26 PM »
I picked up this old 310 today. It shoots hard but holds a little air. I'm going to shoot it a bunch to see if it will work itself out.

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #30 on: June 11, 2016, 05:46:16 PM »
My turn:


   My Crosman 1400, re sealed and waiting for a re finish. Might be a long wait as I love shooting this gun!


   My wife's early 1960s (I think) Crosman 160 that I scored at a gun show for $20.00 about 3 years ago. It is in pretty good cosmetic shape, and I think may have been previously refinished. After a re seal, it shoots great!


   And what collection would be complete without a Sheridan Blue Streak. This particular guy is from 1960(ish), and has had a somewhat rough paper route. It now lives in my gun locker while it awaits me to make time for a complete refurbish (this summer, Ol'Blue, I promise!). Shoots well enough, but doesn't hold air more than a day and will benefit from new seals.
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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #31 on: June 11, 2016, 10:45:46 PM »
My 1963 Sheridan Silver Streak with original finish.  Steroided with parts from Mac1 by me.  :-)
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Air Arms Pro Sport .177 Walnut
1948 Sheridan Super Grade "A"
1949 Sheridan Sporter "B"
1950 Sheridan Silver Streak
1963 Sheridan Silver Streak "steroided"
1969 Sheridan Blue Streak
1955 Benjamin 312
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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #32 on: June 12, 2016, 01:50:55 AM »
I'm not aware of the precise definition for oldie/vintage/antique, but it seems like everything in this thread is pre-1980.  Here goes:

1954 Anschütz Hakim Egyptian military trainer.  Underlever taploader spring gun in .22.  Came to me with the stock busted in three pieces, and a Cool Whip tub full of parts (some related, some not, and some missing).

1974 Romanian Pioner II, used for military cadet training.  Break barrel spring gun in .177.  The entire gun worth of parts was mixed in with the Hakim jumble.  A real piece of junk.

1977 Sheridan Blue Streak in .20, bought new by me.  Refinished and resealed 2X, light mods.

1974 Daisy Model 25 BB gun.  Given to me by a co-worker covered with rust (the gun, not the co-worker).  I cleaned, painted, and made the decal to duplicate the silk-screened hunting scene.

1974 Daisy Model 99 BB gun.  A garage sale find, came to me with mud packed in the recesses.  Light mods.

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #33 on: June 12, 2016, 09:07:38 AM »
I wondered when those old 'Dans would show up. Love 'em.
and mentolio that 1400 of yours has some beautiful wood... She's going to look stellar!
Pistols
Crosman: PC77, 1740, 1701P
Benjiman H9A

Rifles
Air Arms: S400-SL Carbine FAC
Beeman: RS2 Silver Kodiak,
Benjamin: 312, 342, 392P, 392PA, Maximus
Crosman: Genesis NP .22, Quest 1000X, Raven, 2nd & 3rd var 160's
Feinwerkbau: FWB 300S
Gamo: Recon
SAG: AR2078-B, QB58
Sheridan: C Blue Streak, C9 Blue Streak, Model F Co2
Weihrauch: HW98
Xisico: XS60C .22, Sentry 702-3 .22

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #34 on: June 12, 2016, 10:08:25 AM »
Might as well show off my '76 Blue Streak. A buddy had two old 'Dans and neither held air. If I would reseal them he'd let me have my pick as payment. This one was the worst of the lot but I could tell there was something interesting under the dull muddy varnish someone had brushed on many years ago. I left the metal as is and tapped it for a Williams peep.

Jon

« Last Edit: June 12, 2016, 10:25:38 AM by TooJung2Die »
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Diana RWS 34 Classic T06
Diana RWS 45 (1981)
Diana RWS 52 (1992)
Crosman 101 (1945-50)
Crosman 118 (1952-54)
Crosman 760 (1975)
Crosman 2100 (2004)
Sheridan Blue Streak (1976)
Daisy No 25 (1956)
Remington Summit Fury Titan
Ruger Air Hawk
B3-3

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #35 on: June 12, 2016, 11:59:10 AM »
1st variant Crosman 1400 @ 1970.  Untouched original internals and still going strong.

Tru-oil refurbished stock, re-blued, with a CP red dot and PA Sheridan intermount. Lights out. 8)  Thanks for the advice I found from members here.

Given to me by a good neighbor. :D 

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HW30S  Jelly Bean Edition .177 Vortek
HW50S .177 .22 Vortek
R9 (Hers) .177 12# Maccari -- The Velvet Hammer
LGV Master .22
'82 Blue streak Decker
Crosman 1400 Var1 Decker
AR2078A .177 Flying Dragon
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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #36 on: June 12, 2016, 02:29:26 PM »
A few of mine.

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #37 on: June 12, 2016, 03:55:59 PM »
^^^^^awgeez.^^^^^
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HW95 .22 Maccari -- The AZ Slammer
HW35E .177 12lb Vortek
HW30S  dlx (Hers).177 Vortek
HW30S  Grover Edition lam stainless .177 Vortek
HW30S  Cheeto Edition .22 Vortek
HW30S  Jelly Bean Edition .177 Vortek
HW50S .177 .22 Vortek
R9 (Hers) .177 12# Maccari -- The Velvet Hammer
LGV Master .22
'82 Blue streak Decker
Crosman 1400 Var1 Decker
AR2078A .177 Flying Dragon
The mighty P17

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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #38 on: June 12, 2016, 04:27:08 PM »
Awesome David!! Is that a 347 on the top and 342 on bottom?
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Re: Lets see those oldies
« Reply #39 on: June 12, 2016, 04:30:37 PM »
I'm diggin' the pellet sidesaddle.  Gotta get me one of those 8)

What thickness of holder did you get, .250 or .325?   and do you like it?
« Last Edit: June 12, 2016, 04:41:51 PM by Grover »
  • Cottage Grove, mn
HW95 .22 Maccari -- The AZ Slammer
HW35E .177 12lb Vortek
HW30S  dlx (Hers).177 Vortek
HW30S  Grover Edition lam stainless .177 Vortek
HW30S  Cheeto Edition .22 Vortek
HW30S  Jelly Bean Edition .177 Vortek
HW50S .177 .22 Vortek
R9 (Hers) .177 12# Maccari -- The Velvet Hammer
LGV Master .22
'82 Blue streak Decker
Crosman 1400 Var1 Decker
AR2078A .177 Flying Dragon
The mighty P17

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