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Lets See You Pics Of Your Fwb Spring Pistols Rifles

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Paul Chell, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. Paul Chell

    Paul Chell Posting Addict

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    My 2 FWB 150 from 1964 and FWB mod 80 target pistol SAM_2899.JPG SAM_2918.JPG
     
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    You have probably seen enough of this but the man did ask. upload_2020-3-26_19-15-50.jpeg
     
  3. Paul Chell

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    in a word beautiful:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    Thanks Paul
     
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    A less than perfect 300s ‘76. It’s 1869BFF7-421D-4DC4-B54D-1D646C094135.jpeg still fantastic fun to shoot.
     
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    My Mastersport FWB 124
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  8. Geezer

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    No pics, but I have a really nice 80, with the full set of barrel weights (which are bloody useless, but I had to have them, £50 down the drain) and a really well-used likely former club gun 300S that probably needs a service and has an orange-lacquered factory stock that barely reaches B2 levels of attractiveness. Always surprised that FWB put such excellent metal in such unattractive wood. Function over form, I guess.

    By contrast, most Diana 66s and 75s I’ve seen have decent wood and it’s quite well-finished.
     
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    Oh, that’s just taking the p155.

    Very, very, nice.
     
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  10. Paul Chell

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    here's how it SAM_2860.JPG SAM_2862.JPG looked when i first got it
     
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    a couple of pics of my 127 sport DSC_2368.JPG DSC_2370.JPG
     
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    Should be one/two but Melbourne postponed indefinitely. :(
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    Wofty 'This is the way'

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    I really like the 150 stock. It's a picture of elegance.
     
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    Is a 300s available in left hand. And if so are they with the unicorns and rocking horse s#*t ?
     
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    Yes left handed 300S,s were available but not sure on numbers made
     
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    Very, very nice Paul, great work buddy!
     
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    Here are my FWB springers - 65 and 300s. According to the serial numbers they left the factory within months of each other in 1975.
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    Jules...that is just been plain greedy....:D
     
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    Got the old Vmach 124 out for a bit of plinking today...built from the ground up for me by Steve Pope back in 2009...basically started life as a new/old stock 124 main cylinder and a box of spares taken from various old 127's,work included refitting with a .177 LW polygon barrel,Macarri stainless trigger,flush fitting race muzzle break/silencer,engraved trigger guard ,full reblue and of course a v1 tune..sold this about a year later but was lucky enough to be able to buy it back last year from an online auction site 20200330_160402.jpg
     
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