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5 bsa"s ready for junkroom

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by dave ratz, Apr 14, 2014.

  1. dave ratz

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    All of these have been shown before but not a group shot, now they are all done they will now sit in my junkroom collecting dust, i do enjoy cleaning the old beezas up and getting them to shoot as they did in thier prime, having a few hunting airguns alot of my oldies seem to take a back seat; hence junkroom but i cant stop playing around in my junkroom finding enough bits to put another golden oldie together again, this bsa list, merlin 22, cadet major 177 , meteor 177 , meteor 22, airsporter 22, im off for another dig in the piles of bits,i never know what im going to find, have a nice day the sun is shining:cool: atvb Dave
     
  2. Tripleteer

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    Lovely collection of Beezas. great job on the restorations.
     
  3. Kenbarcon

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    I have a junkroom as well, but mine IS full of junk.:(
     
  4. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Lovely collection mate:)
     
  5. mattyts

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    I'll swap our junk room for yours!

    Nice set there Dave
     
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    That little collection is well smart Dave. Now I'm going to have to smuggle another couple home to do myself. Cheers mate.
    Brian
     
  7. Ganton Gunner

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    looking good dave :)
     
  8. Meteor62

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    Awesome Dave I'll have to put a similar pic up
     
  9. 1961nuffield

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    Very nice, I've not seen a merlin recently!

    John
     
  10. gixxer

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    Nice looking beesas
     
  11. The Robin

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    What a nice group of rifles :up:
     
  12. themadspread

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    by . that takes me back to my youth and that was a long long time ago.but its got to be said great looking restoration jobs on them fair play to you
     
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    You are a very capable restorer. Look as if they came straight out of the box.
     
  14. Meteor62

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    Hope you don't mind me posting on your thread Dave but here's my own little family of Beezas.
    1959 .22 Mk 1 Meteor that I got off Daveratz last year doing I think 8.8ft lb my Mk4 meteor super .177 doing just over 9 fpe and my recently refurbished stock on my mk5 71-74 airsporter .
    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Cracking thread this guys ,inspiration for me to finish my little meteor of doubt it will look as good but this gives something to aim for

    Keep up the good work



    Nath
     
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    Mate start a thread up and we will walk you through it, it's not as hard as you think. The mk4/5 meteor in my picture although refurbished mechanically the metal work is crying out for refurbing as I never touched it on my refurb I will leave that until it needs re springing and seals changing as it's running so nice at the moment I don't want to upset anything on it.
     

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