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At great expence I managed to get this  .22 is all I know 

Any info please  the spring is broken and half the leather washer is missing

Many thanks in advance 

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What type of info are u looking for  ? 

What type of gun it is  ?

How to fix it .?

How to shoot it .? 

What ? 

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What make is it

Where to get spares

Ive had air guns for sixty years  mainly BSA 

never come across one of these before

Any suggestions greatful  

Ive had one   "Throw it in a pond"

Thank you

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It's a Diana/Milbro Series 70 model 77, I think. Someone will correct me, but I think it's a junior rifle, so won't be generating full power. A few links should help for spares and a info...

Edited by chrisjpainter

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I once had one that came in a job lot.  
It was lowish powered but smooth shooting and surprisingly accurate.  
I sold mine for sixty pounds about seven years ago.

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Chambers do spares - vaguely remember these guns - I had the G80 flagship model - absolute carp but nice looking guns.

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I had a series 70 model 76 was ok but short on power and parts getting expensive or harder to find sold mine for £50 last year. But that looks a nice one do the work and use it as it should be 

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Morning all        I have got the spring and washer   could anyone tell me roughly how long the spring should be

as there is some mssng off the one that came out

TIA

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Rats Legs,

I cant tell you about a spring length but I is indeed a Scottish made Milbro / Diana. I have exactly the same rifle purchased back in 1972, still using the same spring.

 About1974 the piston needed a new leather seal and the local iron mongers broke it and replaced the whole piston, I found it to be relatively low powered and to be honest after shooting a smaller .177 until I got it (the Model 77) I found judging the loopy trajectory difficult and probably continued to shoot my .177 s much as I ever did?

That said I enjoyed it at the time and still have it after all these years!

I think Chambers may have some spares for them.

 

https://www.gunspares.co.uk/

 

Good luck!

 

Edited by English
add https://www.gunspares.co.uk/

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