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    Eisenwerk gaggenau e g 19

    Ihave all metal work but no trigger or stock can make tempory stock but do not know what the trigger looks like

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    Quote Originally Posted by STRADA350 View Post
    Ihave all metal work but no trigger or stock can make tempory stock but do not know what the trigger looks like
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    Once again, the website that has all you need!
    30th September 2018 is AirGun day

    http://kemptonclassicarmsfair.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Binners View Post
    Once again, the website that has all you need!
    Although... has anyone got a scan of an exploded view of an EG19 Columbia please? Or pics of a strip down? I'm curious to see what the internal parts look like.

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    Sure Danny.
    When I took the pics from that rifle, I had to take it apart to see what was going on ..
    Didn't want to disassemble it further as it was not my own rifle.













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    Interesting! Thanks Frank.
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