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genuine MILBRO G10 repeater

Discussion in 'Vintage collectable airguns' started by airgunguy, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. airgunguy

    airgunguy Junior Member

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    So my girlfriend pulls this little red box out of her wardrobe and opens it up. I find before me a beautiful vintage milbro G10 air pistol. She tells me that it used to be her dads, and before that her dads brothers. It doesnt work. She leaves it in my possetion for a week, and, after alittle tinkering, i have this old pistol working again :)

    I have a tiny youtube airgun channel and am planning on reviewing this pistol. Is a milbro G10 anything special? It is a genuine air G10, rather than those replica ones. I am just wondering as i would like to say in the video :)

    Thank you
     
  2. 1961nuffield

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    Pop a picture up and someone will give you a rough idea about the date, they were quite common and a version is sold by SMK today.

    John
     
  3. airgunguy

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    Sorry pics arnt great
     
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    Some major nostalgia going on here.. my very first air pistol. :)
     
  5. 1961nuffield

    1961nuffield Honorary Member

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    It looks 80's and was made in America, they fire single pellets or are multi shot with BB's

    John
     
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    You guys are making me feel ancient

    I had one of those

    I was never impressed with its tip up two inch barrel

    alan xxx
     
  7. mark.177

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    had one of those almost 30 years ago! little pop up smooth bore brass 2 inch barrel. if I remember it shot bb's a little better than pellets which kept getting stuck in the barrel it was such low power. had to be cocked each time to fire using bb's or pellets but did have an internal magazine for bb's above the barrel.
     
  8. Jackroadkill

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    I had one too... But then I sold it and bought another with a silver paintjob and fibre-optic sights. It was called something like a Nighthawk, I seem to remember.
     
  9. OLD GIT61

    OLD GIT61 if no spring it wont do a thing

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    Still have mine from the 60s , in its box but a spring broke that holds the barrel it still works,only kept it as a keepsake still has the box and tube of *** and owners instructions and strip down diagram ,and the little brush, and pellet loading tool it came with .Anyway its a tube of the other things not pellets. BB's
     
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