Can you guess it's heritage?
niceeeeeeeeeeeeeee stock,a jm by any chance
If you pass the
English boarder illegally you get a job, a driving licence, housing
benefit,healthcare?????????????????????any where else you go to prison
Nope came right from the factory that way.
Originally Posted by langbaybart
The block and end bits are either CR97 or CRX and are splash anodised. The cylinder looks like one of the CR-MM ones the titanium version. The stock is from the same CR97/CRX stable.
PS looks rather nice, would love it for part of my collection but if it is the titanium version no way could I afford it.
My mucker "Eric me flower" has what looks like the same action (I think it's a CR97) in a Gary Cane laminated stock. The one pictured looks like a cs1000 stock.
"The ones who wish to fight, well, we aim to please"
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Oh and I joined in April 2002 eleven years a member now
there was an identical gun at target sports in bolton a few months ago. it was owned by jay from oldham ftc.
Its a CR94 with CS1000 production stock, used to be Simons in 1997/8.
Not even close.
Originally Posted by hareng
Less than two feet at one point, Simon was following me around at the Welsh GP in 97 or 98, unless there were more than one.Originally Posted by SOT_II
Nice gun mate
Mick........... Almost all my past Airgun gallery
It's one of those Chinese ripoffs, in a plywood stock, cunningly disguised as walnut.
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there shallow draughts intoxicate the brain, and drinking largely sobers us again.
NICE looking gum mate
hope it shoots as good as it looks
Rude Fat Dog 10/22Browning Buckmark pistol
I bet it didn't cost £1300............................................. ..
Neither did Frenchi's now he's got £500 cash-back