This is where pics, videos, and discussion about REPLICA AIRGUNS based on powder burners will be discussed. Personally, I have been surprised by some airguns when I research them… and even though they don’t claim to be a replica, you can see the design similarities when you compare them to their real steel counterparts. In cases like these, I shall post pics of both so that you can see for yourselves (and perhaps you would do the same).
Well, I have three rifles in my collection that fit this description. A 1894 model 30-30 Daisy/Sears saddle gun I named Pehaska, having gold metal parts. another Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative, both 1976 American centennial rifles. And then the Crosman model# 70 Pellgun, modeled from the Winchester model 70 Ranger base…[Read more]
Marksman Repeater / G10 / Blanca review and history. First released in 1955 (still in production today) this was a wanna be replica of a 1911, before the term ‘replica’ became known in the airgun field.
1911 KWC TRP review and field strip