This time, we’re going back to the mid-60’s. Back when rifles, even air rifles, were wood-n-steel with quality barrels & workmanship! But everything gets old sooner or later. So, with that in mind, I’m restoring a 1965 Crosman model 99 lever action repeater. .22 caliber pellet that holds 10 rounds. Right here on The Airgun Tinker!
Here is the full field review of the Brocock Concept Lite in .22 caliber! Enjoy
Is the saga of JB Books over? Is The Shootist really gone for good? Not exactly…let’s check out The Airgun Tinker?
Some Extreme Varmint hunting with a variety of Air Rifles!
Brocock’s COMMANDER Magnum HP (Full Review) +100 Yard Accuracy
Hey guys! This folding stock Brocock Commander HP Magnum is no joke. It has 55 foot pounds of energy in .25 and a Polygon barrel. This video has accuracy testing at 35, 50, 65, and 100 yards as well as shot string and different pellet speeds at power levels 1-6 with JSB 25.39 and…[Read more]
Full field review of the Daystate Huntsman Regal HR
Three vintage air rifles I got on eBay last Monday that came in yesterday. One like new Crosman and two NOS Daisy’s.
And the video I said I\’d make. This was an unusual event for me…3 in one blow! (remember the story about the flies?) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eSqD1ZMaHw
My latest acquisitions I bought/won on the eBay auctions Monday were a very nice AIR17. Then two rifles up for bids later that evening. Both NOS with boxes, papers and hang tags no less! One, a Daisy 1894 NRA Centennial 1871-1971. The other, a Limited Edition 1894 Centennial rifle. Both with original boxes, papers and hang…[Read more]
The Feds finally gave up on looking for faults in my return, & paid up Monday. Oh yeah, daddy goin’ shoppin’! Perused eBay and found a buy it now for a like-new AIR17. Scarfed it up! I wanted one for myself, after giving my #2 son back the one I bought him as a boy a couple Christmases ago. Then, I found two NOS rifles up for bids from the same…[Read more]
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