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20 hours ago, johnbaz said:

Hi

I'd go for a BSA Standard, The top two of these are Standards, Third down is a 1906 BSA Air Rifle, Bottom one is I think a Model D

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The Standard shoots with more power due to the larger size..

A comparison between The Standard and the 1906 guns cylinders..

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There's also older Webley rifles like the little mk1 and the Service mk2 rifles, The mk3 are also very nicely made..

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The mk3 is my fave Webbo, The top one is a very early first series with the two stage trigger 👍

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The old Original model 50's are very nice to shoot too, The three ball sear trigger is fab to use 😉

I refurbished the stock on this one as it was a bit nasty!

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Also, The Mod50 type 01 is nice if a bit bigger than it's predecessor

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Another nice gun to shoot is the early Airsporters (Mk1 and 2) with their auto opening loading taps!

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Don't be tempted in to buying Jackal pseudo mil guns as they're really loud and vibrate terribley with the plazzie stocks!

The timpber stocked ones seem fine though!

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Good luck with whatever you go with 👍😎

 

 

John 🙂

 

 

 

That is an impressive collection 👍

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