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    Airgun Collector magazine - third issue now out!

    The third issue of Airgun Collector magazine is now available to view!

    As before, huge thanks go to the contributors who by their hard work and generosity have made it possible. I think you'll agree, they have done a very fine job.

    Enjoy it and please pass it on to anyone who is having difficulty downloading it, now and in the future. My hope is that this and the previous issues will always be freely available to view by future collectors, and with any luck readers in the future may be inspired to collect vintage airguns themselves if they don't already.


    View it online here:

    https://issuu.com/garvin3/docs/ac3


    Download it here:

    http://jmp.sh/uDL1yUM


    Download a 'for print' version where each page is separate here:

    http://jmp.sh/kml42d8
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    I'd just like to add a note of appreciation too. It's a good read, as I said, much appreciated.

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    And another fantastic issue with loads for all sorts of collectors. Many congratulations and thanks for this continuing great contribution.

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    Smile Well done

    A good read all over, Thanks
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    Brilliant work, much appreciated !

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    Thanks Garvin & co., it looks a great read.

    Matt

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    Thank you for putting yet another classic together Danny.

    I'll get mine bound and save it for a proper read!

    Kind regards,

    John

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    Haven't had chance to look yet, but from the previous two editions I know it will be excellent.

    Appreciated

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    Hi Danny,

    Every issue of this superb publication seems to exceed the previous edition which I would have not have believed possible.

    I have a small inkling regarding the seriously high level of effort it takes to produce something like this, so thanks to all the contributors and especially to yourself for both your contribution and for bringing the whole thing together.

    Regards

    Brian

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    Fantastic read and very informative, great article on the MK3.

    Having worked on a couple of magazine publications in the past (not gun related) I can fully appreciate the work and effort that goes into this, well done guys, an awesome job.
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    A great read indeed !

    Thank you very much Mr Garvin.

    At the risk of sounding impolite may I mention that I felt there was a more 'technical' slant to this edition - that chap in Canada completely building his own air pistol from a Patent Drawing, which was excellent AND that other chap, the one with the French Co2 rifles and a pistol collection.

    On reading the latter article I was somewhat alarmed at the amount of Gas he has retained within his home environment - this could be a Health and Safety issue, in my opinion.*



    *Exposure to Co2 can be dangerous - evidenced by drowsiness / heavy eyelids, before one falls into the arms Hypnos himself.

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    Thanks for all the time and effort.

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    Brilliant stuff, chaps, really brilliant.

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    Hi Danny many thanks for all the hard work and time putting this altogether, another surperb job, well done.
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    Thank you excellent

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