Mally- your Blondie behind the Anschutz looks gorgeous
Anyhow, I don't think any of mine are particularly rare, rather just 'collectable' but here goes anyhow..
Cadet and Militia
Milbro (Diana mod27??)
Webleys and BSA Magnum 240s
That's more like it chaps, this thread is finally warming up.
Some nice guns there folks, keep 'em coming!
"..it does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds.."
New bridge scratchplate and cleaned up the neck
just realised My Wife IS right My room is a shithole
Do you know anything about the history of your Baker? Was it a commercial enterprise?
Oh, all right
(Don't still have of these);
BSA Juvenile boy's underlever
BSA Imp mod D (43") with nice wood
Haenel 310 4.4mm repeater
Millita club D model
BSA Improved model D "Sporting" 45"
Stirling HR81 (.22)
BSA Military Pattern (.177) with two stage trigger and Irish Guards (1916) stampings.
Hi there John, do any of yours wear socks? I've seen them on golf clubs.
Here's an interesting one from the late 80s.
In the last 12 months of Airmasters proper, my father and i decided we wanted to compete with a lightweight break barrel again. The 124 was too unforgiving to compete with 77s and the new Shamals. To be honest, I think my Dad was trying to reignite my interest.
So we had a choice of a few rifles. The Sport was in its mk111 period and really way to unforgiving. The omega was complete poo. Original were concentrating on producing guns to American spec'. The obvious choice of course was the 85. Small, great trigger and more efficient than the 124.
So we developed the 85 Mastersport and boy is it a worthy successor. We made 3 prototypes before the company ceased trading. The stock was based on our Dominator stock but considerably streamlined, I'm not sure what one weighs in at but it can't be much more than 7lbs scoped with a 2-7 Tasco.
Hi jud would like to show you my gun room(boys room) but i just cant get my pics on ?