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My next project, Dont laugh!!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ricky, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. ricky

    ricky Engaging Member

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    Well heres my next project, my first brush with an Airsporter.
    Firstly If you know whos responsible for its condition give them a slap, if its you make it two slaps as you should know better.
    Anyone able to post a photo close up of what the resr sight is supposed to look like, and what sort of butt pad, if any should be fitted.

    airsporter 3.jpg airsporter 2.jpg
     
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    is it a mk1?
     
  3. theobencarbine88

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    thats a real dog! but i see potential there ;)
     
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    not 100% sure yet, its either a 1 or 2, as we speak its on its way to me, once received ill check the serial number and date it . im visiting a gun fair sunday so hoping to keep an eye open for spares
     
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    Dog is an understatement, the rest of it is no better than the two pics i have posted
     
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    Love the front sight, might try that mesself !
     
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    if you dont mind ricky what gun fair are you going mate
     
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    brand new member just joined called gaci refurbing an airsporter too, ive give him a link to this thread, no doubt you can help him.
     
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    i dig that extra special washer sight, you gotta admire the ingenuity / or lack of, one question does it shoot straight through the peep hole,


    good luck, wonder what horrors await when you open her up, ( waa just reminded mysely of an ex girlfriend) another story that one, different forum too.:eek:
     
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    I have a MK4 here in worse state than that when I got it. They are good guns when put right so good luck. :up:

    Cheers
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    The airgun fair is at sutton coldfield run by another forum, apparently its more like an indoor carboot, no RFD's only enthusiasts/collectors, £20 a table to sell, £3 entry to buy
     
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    the sight is quality engineering. Love it!
     
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    hi all im in the middle of refurbing my old airsporter mk2 from the piccys its a mk 2 but some ones been handy with the hacksaw.Tomos when i get up ill take some photos of mine and post so you know what your to aim for as regards of looks,im only a newbie on here but ill try to help ya.when i post the photos which is the best way to do it ?
     
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    [QUOTEwhen i post the photos which is the best way to do it ?][/QUOTE]
    click insert image and follow instructions,i find it easier to copy from pc
     
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    God I'd love to get my hands on a messed up old rifle like my next project is going to be a smk b2 aiming for 10-11ft and inch groupings a 20-25 yards right now I'm getting about 4-5ft. Inch to inch and half groups at 15 meters
     
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    project guns are getting more difficult to find, too many being broken on ebay
     

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