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Can anyone help ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Rodders66, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. Rodders66

    Rodders66 Engaging Member

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    I been using a Webley Omega .22 for popping the pigeons in the warehouse where I work as it was becoming a Health an safety issue but at sometime the stock has been snapped clean in half.now I've been told these are Turkish guns made up of bits,does anyone have any idea how much these are worth cos I was wondering if it's worth looking round for a second hand stock.
     
  2. mick 1986

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    i found a few old adverts from gunstar and the like, they ranged from £70-100.

    i would say if its still cracked then use some wooden rod and glue it back together with wooden "pins" to add strength. if its already been fixed, then i wouldnt bother.
     
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    reaper6 Banned

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    Try the bay for stocks....but if its a rough working gun i would not bother and just mend the stock
     
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    It's already been glued by the chap who used to do the pigeons before he retired,it's a shame because it's a good solid accurate gun.I will have to look out for a cheap second hand stock.
     
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    You was quicker than me at replying...I'll not bother I think I will just see what I can get for it as it is and put the money towards my new one.
     

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