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Identify these guns

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Meteor62, Aug 5, 2014.

  1. Meteor62

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    Had two guns turn up today for a restoration I know the top one is an original not sure what model the other is an unknown pump gun.
    [​IMG]
     
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    I'm gonna go with a B45-3 multi pump for 10 please Meteor.

    Seems to have an extra hunk of wood on the Schnabel end though, hiding that butt-ugly charging handle.
     
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    Think I id'd the top one original 25 I can just make out through the rust
     
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    Only reason the SMK stuck in my head was Cloverleaf had a rather amusing sales thread a while back.

    :D
     
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    Yeah its what I thought, used to have one many years ago but this one has been customised and the plaggy handle replaced.
     
  6. Meteor62

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    Can anyone tell me anything about either gun good or Censored? The bloke that brought the pump gun round tells me it shoots through both of his neighbours fences then the pellet travelled through the garage walls and his son dropped a stag with it! As you can imagine I stifled a giggle as he told me all this.
     
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    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    I had the Diana equivalent first rifle i paid a tenner for it in 1984. its good plinker for the garden. Scope rails different but mine was an early one with the rail held on by two small screws. wasn't really a scope rail more for a diopter rear site. it was alright. I actually don't recall what happened to that or my 2nd gamp falcon pistol.
     
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    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    I've just realised this could be from the 30s, mine was. Damn now i regret it
     
  9. Meteor62

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    Anyone know what this is all about?
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    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    mine had a T plate on top not nasty like that. thats a botch job to fit a scope the original one was about 2 inches in length. which would sit over the logo. yours has been "extended some what"
     
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    The B45-3 has a tendency to blow seals on a regular basis. This was not the reason for no longer being imported though. They can be made to go well over power. (That would do it then).
    Whatever you do, don't grease the seals on the rebuild, otherwise it won't work. Make sure everything is dry round the valve.
    Picked this one up a couple of weeks ago. It's now in bits as it needs a complete renovation.:eek::D
    View attachment 100861
    Brian
     
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    Customized Chinese Lion pump up multi shot
     
  13. Meteor62

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    I'm quite happy it's a B45-3 now. Can anyone tell me where I can get a strip down guide and spare parts? Barrel band is shafted on this one
     
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    Spares aren't really available anymore for the B45-3. You will have to fabricate seals yourself.
    This is the only schematic I've come across.
    View attachment 100907
    Be careful the trigger spring doesn't go flying when you take the stock off, as it sits in the stock. Take the screws out behind the magazine and the rear section will come off. The magazine will pop forward, be careful the detente ball and spring don't go flying as well. Inside the action there is a threaded ring that needs unscrewing. You might be able to undo it with a small bladed driver in one cut out. A thin bar or chisel of the right thickness and diameter will work across both cutouts. Once removed everything will come out.
    Have fun.
    Brian
     
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    I have an SMK multi pump and even tho i have to keep replacing the air inlet seal on a regular basis, it is worth it as it pretty accurate for cheap Chinese poop. I have done a fair bit of tinkering with mine as seals are easily knocked up out of all sorts of stuff, http://angryangryguncompany.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/smk-b54-2-multi-pump-air-rifle.html this and 4 entries other on the same blog show the work i've done. Hope it is of help as i reckon they are great fun to tinker with. Atb
     
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    Am really in need of the barrel band is there nowhere that sells that?
     
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    There isn't anywhere that sells anything for them. They haven't been sold new for years, and they weren't sold in great numbers. Picked my one from another fellow Chinese forum member, as he had picked up two in a none working state. We are both doing them up. Second hand is the only way for spares.
    Brian
     

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