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My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 2:25 pm

Bought a Crosman Mark II, a Sheridan HB20 and a cheap Chinese sidelever rifle in the '80's.

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Last year I started shooting again and bought a Crosman 1377c, at that moment the airgunaddiction started :arg
It has had some modifications.
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Blue Fork Design sighted barrelband, shrouded barrel, steel breech kit, Williams notched blade sight, SD Custom springs, SSP250 trigger.

Early this year I bought a Crosman 2250B
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Crosman silencer, Crosman steel breech kit, Gamo red dot, filled the hollow spaces of the shoulder stock with lead for balance, not enough unfortunately, am thinkin about making a wood insert for the shoulder stock.

Shortly after that I bought a used SSP250
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Only altered the front sight, that's a glow type now

In March a 2300S joined us
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No mods (sold the wooden grips again, like the original ones, those grip best for me)

In May a colleague of mine visited Poland and brought me a 2289G
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SD Custom springs, used CB breech + (not on the pic) new CB bolt bought @ SD
Plugged the bleed hole last night, it's full power now, just like the US version

Also got a Rohm Twinmaster Trainer and old Diana break barrel pistol as part of payment for one of my motorcycles I sold. Gave the break barrel to a friend that started shooting at a club recently and wanted to train at home aswell. The Rohm might be up for sale soon. I had a trade with someone in the UK who wasn't at home upon several deliveries and track-and-trace packages have got to be signed so it's on it's way back now. He never sent me his package. Allthough the Rohm is not illegal in the Netherlands it looks a bit like an Italian pistol so it's not a keeper.

Also got an old Haenel from an uncle, it needed extensive cleaning, made a new rear sight out of aluminium
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On their way from Crosman to Airgunexporter are these:
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Hope they will arrive in July.

And finaly... the guy I bought the used CB breech from also sold me a broken SSP250 in parts. The valve needs some work, parts have been ordered, the shroud moved to the 1377c and I made a new one from a piece of airtube (that's needs to be shortened). Not on the pic is a Crosman airrifle front sight.
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No complaints from mrs Brutuz, but I'm on a monthly budget now :ubbloco
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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby John Doe » Sun Jun 07, 2009 3:33 pm

Thanks for sharing, the Crosman bug is very easy to catch..

I got a 1377 modified with not many original parts left now and a vintage 1389 Backpacker.
Earlier on I had a 2250b and a 22 Disco.

Have you had any thoughts about the new Marauder...?

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 4:13 pm

I agree 8-)

Since I can't shoot outdoors I point my addiction to the 22xx platrom, the Marauder is out of my league.
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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby John Doe » Sun Jun 07, 2009 4:21 pm

Shit, thats bad news.... :(

I have a private 50 meter range at my own backyard and thats very useful for both large and small rifles..

:D

Have you used the Mountain Air valve and their flat head piston...?

I have those but Im waiting for a stiffer hammerspring (w/guide) since it cant dump all air beyond 12 pumps making high power unaccessable right now. At 12 pumps I have 730 fps using CPL right now but with a better hammerspring I hope to hit 800 fps somewere between 15-20 pumps.

Lots of power in a independent air pistol...

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 5:20 pm

I'm satisfied with the valves as they are since I shoot indoors.

Plugging the bleedhole of the 2289g's valve was and will be the only power-mod I'll do.

Tried this at 12 pumps:

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Pumping it more the valve won't dump all :mrgreen:
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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby John Doe » Sun Jun 07, 2009 5:33 pm

Hehehe....I can image that...

:mrgreen:

Anyway, the powervalve can actually be beneficial at low power too since it reduces the effort needed to reach each powerlevel.

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:10 pm

Brutuz wrote:And finaly... the guy I bought the used CB breech from also sold me a broken SSP250 in parts. The valve needs some work, parts have been ordered, the shroud moved to the 1377c and I made a new one from a piece of airtube (that's needs to be shortened). Not on the pic is a Crosman airrifle front sight.
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I managed to fix the valve, shortened the shroud, removed the red dot and since the barrel was in a poor condition I fitted a new one :D

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Sat Jun 27, 2009 11:59 am

Some of you might know GMAC from Ebay.

Yesterday night he launched his new website http://www.gmaccustomparts.com

Bought a custom bolt a few weeks ago, not on his website, if you've got wishes you can allways ask him what's possible.

Am very happy with this copy of the 2300S bolthandle and extended probe 8-)

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Since I've sold my 2250B the CB breech on the picture above has been replaced by a Crosman steel breech.

Will make some new pictures soon because there have been more changes in my collection and the custom 2300KT and 2400KT have passed customs and should arrive today or next week :toast
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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Elvis » Sat Jun 27, 2009 1:27 pm

Nice looking bolthandle. :up
A bit too long for my liking though....

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby -Jonas- » Sat Jun 27, 2009 1:46 pm

Livet blir roligare efter .32

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Sun Jul 12, 2009 11:52 pm

Here's an overview of all my airpistols and airrifles:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrWBYDXx ... annel_page

and the goodies case :yeah

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OACTDOZ ... annel_page (Siberian bonus at the end)
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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby John Doe » Mon Jul 13, 2009 12:10 am

Thanks Brutuz..

Im sanding my 1322 grips right now and cant wait to fit them.. :D

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Fri Jul 24, 2009 10:40 pm

Johnny wrote:Thanks Brutuz..

Im sanding my 1322 grips right now and cant wait to fit them.. :D


Sounds good :toast

The 2300 and 2400 both have been GMACISED this week :cool:

Gmacised 2300 KT
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Gmacised 2400 KT
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Am very pleased with Gmac's parts, hope to receive some custom triggers in a few weeks.

Managed to buy an Airforce bipod this afternoon, second hand / not used:

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http://www.airforceairguns.com/bipod.html
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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby John Doe » Fri Jul 24, 2009 11:50 pm

That camo one looks really good, thanks for sharing..

:D

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Postby Brutuz » Fri Jul 31, 2009 11:54 pm

Just one more to share 8-)

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:44 pm

A lot has changed overhere:

Sold the 2300S and Gold Cup T1840

Bought an Anschütz 275 and these Crosman pumpers: 1300 + 1322 + 1389

The Anschütz 275:
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The 2289G has got a .22 18" barrel now, the 2289G's .22 14" barrel fitted on the 1377 (top), the 1300 (bottom):

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The 1377 was in very poor condition, replaced these parts:

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Now she looks like this:

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This picture shows the 1322 (top) and 1300 (bottom)

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The 2300kt, 2400kt and 2289G have got custom made GMAC wide blade triggers, GMAC has put them up for sale on his website recently, they are far better than the stock triggers:
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and thicker sears
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The thick sear looks "rough" due to the flashlight, it has been thouroughly polished where needed though.

This picture shows the *new* 1389 built in 1994, only been used for some test shots and the 2289G with 18" barrel and adjustable BSA but plate
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Am very happy with the 1389, mint condition 8-)

The 2400kt's poweradjuster screw has been replaced with one that has a wheel like knob and fitted a scope.

Expect some brass safety pins in the future.

No collection is complete, but mine nearly is, so I don't expect many changes in 2009. Well I wrote that before somewhere and see what happened :doffe

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby John Doe » Sun Sep 13, 2009 11:30 pm

Thats really a very nice collection there...

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Thu Mar 11, 2010 3:34 pm

The latest addition, a Crosman 2240 Gmac sent me for testing and documenting + recording the performance of his new extended hollow probe:

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After the testing had finished I was allowed to keep it :toast

He is currently building a XS78 pistol for me, one that takes one powerlet instead of two 8-)

This is my SMK XS78, .22 cal, fully tuned:

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby Brutuz » Sat Jan 12, 2013 1:05 am

Still have the Crosman bug but have been bitten by the Chinese airrifle bug too the last few years....

Just can't stop collecting, quite a few featured on my YouTube channel, a list of my current collection on http://www.brutuz.com bottom of page.

This one arrived last Thursday a made in Great Britain Perfecta 79 8-)

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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby buckshot2000 » Sat Jan 12, 2013 3:47 pm

Severe crosmaniosis AND chinarifleiosis, a very uncommon condition. The treatment is unknown ;)


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Re: My airgun collection (lots of pics)

Postby demon13 » Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:02 pm

Много ми харесва пистолет Grosman като изпълнение :yeah

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Postby Leif » Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:35 pm

Много ми харесва пистолет Grosman като изпълнение

I love gun Grosman as performance


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My airgun collection lots of pics

Postby AnnaEt » Thu Jun 02, 2016 9:06 am

umm. i think in that pic. of him, the cheekpiece/noseband strap in under. is it supposed to be under the other strap?

thanks for the pics.


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