Would greatly appreciate a link to a finished gunstock that you admire and aspire to duplicate on one of your guns. If you really give it 20 more coats, its going to be crazy slick! Daisy Powerline 880 Air Rifle 4.5 out of 5 stars 550. Did you have to take the gun apart or were you able to do a reasonable job by applying it through the cocking slot? No, I don't have a 61, and it overlaps with my 490 and our QB88, so I can't really justify it. Even plinking in broad daylight, The Boys usually find it necessary to turn on the illumination. The tin was used to solder the joint where the side of the can body was made. $265, 1- Haenel Md. He wrote something about holdover one day that really lit the lightbulb for me. It hit me on my top, right eylid and left a little round bruise on the center of it. I've seen rocker safety Blue Streaks go for that at airgun shows. Best analogy is the duct seal before heating is like a gob of bubble gum but after heating the duct seal, the portion that's heated is more like the bubble gum after you've chewed it. Use light pressure on the tool (little more than the weight of the tool), and keep as much of the cutting edge in the groove as possible (it will feel like you're cutting with the rear third of the cutter).

3) The stripper I'm planning to use (assuming an oil based finish) claims to remove stain as well. There are two holes in the black.

I am in no way a photophile, but I think I know some folks who would do spit-takes at the phrase "I was/am intimidated by the Leica so I knew the Sony was way out of my league." 9 offers from $53.99. Its just wood, time, and money, but the learning experience would be significant in return for the cost. Or would a new trigger cost more than the gun is worth?Scott, That tin can brought back some memories for me too! Kingston, NY 12401 Phone: 866.686.7424 If you want to do a lot of barrel crowning, etc then you'll want a bigger lathe, likewise work on airtubes, etc. I propose you do a part 4 of the Red Ryder review in which you test how well ol' blue dispatches Black Bart and his creeping marauders. Keep the sawdust brushed out of the checkering, and brush the checkering cutter frequently. This yields an optimum point blank range for the 0.25" zone of 11 to 33 yards. And in New Jersey those chickens have to be registered. Your extremely generous offers have opened our eyes to the USFT's true value. I've been following the discussion on stock refinishing over the past week and looking at various websites.

I don't see why, with today's technology, it couldn't be put in a 1" tube. And we're learning a ton and having a blast working on some of these guns. Take that into account when testing your stain. I feel as though I could do the job, myself.

I am curious about something and would like your opinion. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Looks like you're going full steam. They are Sheridan guns, and that is a big deal when you try to look them up on the internet. Use shop paper towels (heavy, not very absorbant) to wipe off the slurry/muck. CVLIFE Two Points Sling with Length Adjuster Traditional Sling with Metal Hook for ... Colt Peacemaker Revolver Single Action Army Six-Shooter .177 Caliber Air Pistol, Pe... Hiram Air Gun Pellet BB Gun Resetting Target, Rated for .22 .177 Caliber, Celeisite 2 Pack Vertical Gun Hanger and Rifle Storage Securely Holds Firearm and Bow. At daisy outdoor products we strive harder than the rest to ensure our products are of the highest quality and that includes everything from our bb guns to our safety programs to our customer support. Here's an exploded view of your gun and some interesting literature: http://www.network54.com/Forum/576299/thread/1190450220/Diana+Model+45++Info. There's a problem loading this menu right now. (I read my grandfather's gun magazines cover to cover every month, so in my single digit years I knew about such things. And don't you fergitit! Both stocks were very rough. Break Free is good for that, as is Barracade. The best thing about the lathe is the huge range of accessories available and the modularity. Word Verification is snagruko–a new Japanese math game? 3. Although permalyn has some poly blended with dryers added I'd catagorize that as an oil finish. I actually thought the only thing on my TX that wasn't pretty was the trigger. only a few years older than myself. : ) : ) : ) : ) : ). Nice surprise. To select a stain it’s important to know what the different types are. Today, I’ll test both accuracy and velocity, and the latter I will do in two ways, one of them quite authentic from the period of this gun. My other rifle is an RWS Diana 45 that I couldn't make shoot very well so I bought this new TX. This isn’t a common thing, but I found it so interesting that I took this photo. The 3rd was talking FPS and a hog killing.

The digital that gary used most was a Sony DSLR A900. While I worked at AirForce I had access to their 12X36 South Bend, which is tooled pretty well, so life was easy for me for awhile. but…maybe a pile of cash is better for Edith and Your USFT??? Fuming was also popular but stockmakers quickly learned that the lack of tannins in beech required them to be soaked in tannin/strong tea prior to fuming. I'm very impressed by your stock-finishing skill. I stood 10 feet fback for both shots, but I’m sure I would have put the muzzle next to the can back in the day. Although I've never done it, I've read about many people putting an R9 action in an R10 stock and vice versa. Beech is tough/non-uniform. It's the rear screw that adjusts the pull, and in your case you want to screw it out. Last night, I tried the JM heavy tar expecting the usually drop in velocity, and instead I am getting 425fps with STD pellets. Apparently the early Diana Model 45 had leather seals and the 3 ball bearing trigger. They liked everything he did and Winchester lost their best designer. I’m talking about a real tin can, which had very little tin in it, because it was made from thin steel plate. You and Tom must be related to my dad way back… I only learned half his tricks… cause he always traded with me too! RE: checkering.

Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. I didn't know the answer to the trigger question. And I had to tell him about it. It left an ugly half-moon gray spot in the safety glass. As the power increased even more, the gun started denting the other side of the can, on its way through.

The finish is impeccable, however. Did you look for a date production stamp on the rear of your metal receiver? I did think the JM stock is pretty, but not my style and saw this one while reading later. At 400 grit I switched to using RLO. That means the tip of the front sight was held down in the rear notch as deep as it goes while still remaining visible. I shot a steel Coke can that I had set on top of the swingset with about 5 pumps in my Crosman Powermaster. I don’t often use the oil base dye stains since they take quite a while to dry, generally 24 hours or longer. Velocity firstPrivate individuals didn’t have access to chronographs in the 1950s. I thought it would be a good idea to fix it up. The seal is exactly the same just the hardware attaching it to the piston are different.

Thanks for the input – I'll look for a dye stain instead of the pigment. It is glossy and looks clear, more like a varnish. I guess what I am asking is, is this what I should expect from my TX? Also used on the following Daisy models 25, 101-33, 102-36, 108-39, 111-40, 155 as well as the King 2236. Don't buy a Fuji 9100S. I broke the barrel at the chamber after a fall onto rocks while trying to "GET ME THE SQUIRREL" that I shot at and was thrashing on the ground in the woods of Benton La. Credit cards or paypal no fees! Many thanks to Mr. B for organizing the gift donation list and to Wacky Wayne for taking the time to place the orders. Kevin asked, long ago.. set some history straight for us please??? Remember in Part 1 that I mentioned BB guns usually shoot to one side or the other? Can't fail to take good pix. And there's a weekly indoor adult 10m air rifle/pistol get-together, and a thriving youth 10m program. I have found a real-world application for the brightest settings on my illuminated scope reticles: my three- and five-year-old boys think they're cool.

Some areas of the checkering will cut better on the push stroke, others on the pull stroke. Most can be broken into two different types based on how they color the wood, namely pigmented and dye types of stain.

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Would greatly appreciate a link to a finished gunstock that you admire and aspire to duplicate on one of your guns. If you really give it 20 more coats, its going to be crazy slick! Daisy Powerline 880 Air Rifle 4.5 out of 5 stars 550. Did you have to take the gun apart or were you able to do a reasonable job by applying it through the cocking slot? No, I don't have a 61, and it overlaps with my 490 and our QB88, so I can't really justify it. Even plinking in broad daylight, The Boys usually find it necessary to turn on the illumination. The tin was used to solder the joint where the side of the can body was made. $265, 1- Haenel Md. He wrote something about holdover one day that really lit the lightbulb for me. It hit me on my top, right eylid and left a little round bruise on the center of it. I've seen rocker safety Blue Streaks go for that at airgun shows. Best analogy is the duct seal before heating is like a gob of bubble gum but after heating the duct seal, the portion that's heated is more like the bubble gum after you've chewed it. Use light pressure on the tool (little more than the weight of the tool), and keep as much of the cutting edge in the groove as possible (it will feel like you're cutting with the rear third of the cutter).

3) The stripper I'm planning to use (assuming an oil based finish) claims to remove stain as well. There are two holes in the black.

I am in no way a photophile, but I think I know some folks who would do spit-takes at the phrase "I was/am intimidated by the Leica so I knew the Sony was way out of my league." 9 offers from $53.99. Its just wood, time, and money, but the learning experience would be significant in return for the cost. Or would a new trigger cost more than the gun is worth?Scott, That tin can brought back some memories for me too! Kingston, NY 12401 Phone: 866.686.7424 If you want to do a lot of barrel crowning, etc then you'll want a bigger lathe, likewise work on airtubes, etc. I propose you do a part 4 of the Red Ryder review in which you test how well ol' blue dispatches Black Bart and his creeping marauders. Keep the sawdust brushed out of the checkering, and brush the checkering cutter frequently. This yields an optimum point blank range for the 0.25" zone of 11 to 33 yards. And in New Jersey those chickens have to be registered. Your extremely generous offers have opened our eyes to the USFT's true value. I've been following the discussion on stock refinishing over the past week and looking at various websites.

I don't see why, with today's technology, it couldn't be put in a 1" tube. And we're learning a ton and having a blast working on some of these guns. Take that into account when testing your stain. I feel as though I could do the job, myself.

I am curious about something and would like your opinion. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Looks like you're going full steam. They are Sheridan guns, and that is a big deal when you try to look them up on the internet. Use shop paper towels (heavy, not very absorbant) to wipe off the slurry/muck. CVLIFE Two Points Sling with Length Adjuster Traditional Sling with Metal Hook for ... Colt Peacemaker Revolver Single Action Army Six-Shooter .177 Caliber Air Pistol, Pe... Hiram Air Gun Pellet BB Gun Resetting Target, Rated for .22 .177 Caliber, Celeisite 2 Pack Vertical Gun Hanger and Rifle Storage Securely Holds Firearm and Bow. At daisy outdoor products we strive harder than the rest to ensure our products are of the highest quality and that includes everything from our bb guns to our safety programs to our customer support. Here's an exploded view of your gun and some interesting literature: http://www.network54.com/Forum/576299/thread/1190450220/Diana+Model+45++Info. There's a problem loading this menu right now. (I read my grandfather's gun magazines cover to cover every month, so in my single digit years I knew about such things. And don't you fergitit! Both stocks were very rough. Break Free is good for that, as is Barracade. The best thing about the lathe is the huge range of accessories available and the modularity. Word Verification is snagruko–a new Japanese math game? 3. Although permalyn has some poly blended with dryers added I'd catagorize that as an oil finish. I actually thought the only thing on my TX that wasn't pretty was the trigger. only a few years older than myself. : ) : ) : ) : ) : ). Nice surprise. To select a stain it’s important to know what the different types are. Today, I’ll test both accuracy and velocity, and the latter I will do in two ways, one of them quite authentic from the period of this gun. My other rifle is an RWS Diana 45 that I couldn't make shoot very well so I bought this new TX. This isn’t a common thing, but I found it so interesting that I took this photo. The 3rd was talking FPS and a hog killing.

The digital that gary used most was a Sony DSLR A900. While I worked at AirForce I had access to their 12X36 South Bend, which is tooled pretty well, so life was easy for me for awhile. but…maybe a pile of cash is better for Edith and Your USFT??? Fuming was also popular but stockmakers quickly learned that the lack of tannins in beech required them to be soaked in tannin/strong tea prior to fuming. I'm very impressed by your stock-finishing skill. I stood 10 feet fback for both shots, but I’m sure I would have put the muzzle next to the can back in the day. Although I've never done it, I've read about many people putting an R9 action in an R10 stock and vice versa. Beech is tough/non-uniform. It's the rear screw that adjusts the pull, and in your case you want to screw it out. Last night, I tried the JM heavy tar expecting the usually drop in velocity, and instead I am getting 425fps with STD pellets. Apparently the early Diana Model 45 had leather seals and the 3 ball bearing trigger. They liked everything he did and Winchester lost their best designer. I’m talking about a real tin can, which had very little tin in it, because it was made from thin steel plate. You and Tom must be related to my dad way back… I only learned half his tricks… cause he always traded with me too! RE: checkering.

Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. I didn't know the answer to the trigger question. And I had to tell him about it. It left an ugly half-moon gray spot in the safety glass. As the power increased even more, the gun started denting the other side of the can, on its way through.

The finish is impeccable, however. Did you look for a date production stamp on the rear of your metal receiver? I did think the JM stock is pretty, but not my style and saw this one while reading later. At 400 grit I switched to using RLO. That means the tip of the front sight was held down in the rear notch as deep as it goes while still remaining visible. I shot a steel Coke can that I had set on top of the swingset with about 5 pumps in my Crosman Powermaster. I don’t often use the oil base dye stains since they take quite a while to dry, generally 24 hours or longer. Velocity firstPrivate individuals didn’t have access to chronographs in the 1950s. I thought it would be a good idea to fix it up. The seal is exactly the same just the hardware attaching it to the piston are different.

Thanks for the input – I'll look for a dye stain instead of the pigment. It is glossy and looks clear, more like a varnish. I guess what I am asking is, is this what I should expect from my TX? Also used on the following Daisy models 25, 101-33, 102-36, 108-39, 111-40, 155 as well as the King 2236. Don't buy a Fuji 9100S. I broke the barrel at the chamber after a fall onto rocks while trying to "GET ME THE SQUIRREL" that I shot at and was thrashing on the ground in the woods of Benton La. Credit cards or paypal no fees! Many thanks to Mr. B for organizing the gift donation list and to Wacky Wayne for taking the time to place the orders. Kevin asked, long ago.. set some history straight for us please??? Remember in Part 1 that I mentioned BB guns usually shoot to one side or the other? Can't fail to take good pix. And there's a weekly indoor adult 10m air rifle/pistol get-together, and a thriving youth 10m program. I have found a real-world application for the brightest settings on my illuminated scope reticles: my three- and five-year-old boys think they're cool.

Some areas of the checkering will cut better on the push stroke, others on the pull stroke. Most can be broken into two different types based on how they color the wood, namely pigmented and dye types of stain.

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Of course, safety glasses are a must when shooting at any hard object! The Chrony forces me to do that after 30 shots, anyhow. I ain't getting your USFT and you ain't getting my Shamal anytime soon, so spill the beans on the gun that is not listed in the "Blue Book of Air Guns"… which you helped with! Just saw you were writing at same time. Now after reading your blog and others comments I put 4 drops of chamber lube in it since it has had nothing in the ten years since I have had it, learned about the artillery hold, and switched to JSB Exact 10.2gr pellets and the thing shoots excellent! The bull is the size of an American quarter and was shot with 10 Daisy zinc BBs, though it looks like only 8.

Would greatly appreciate a link to a finished gunstock that you admire and aspire to duplicate on one of your guns. If you really give it 20 more coats, its going to be crazy slick! Daisy Powerline 880 Air Rifle 4.5 out of 5 stars 550. Did you have to take the gun apart or were you able to do a reasonable job by applying it through the cocking slot? No, I don't have a 61, and it overlaps with my 490 and our QB88, so I can't really justify it. Even plinking in broad daylight, The Boys usually find it necessary to turn on the illumination. The tin was used to solder the joint where the side of the can body was made. $265, 1- Haenel Md. He wrote something about holdover one day that really lit the lightbulb for me. It hit me on my top, right eylid and left a little round bruise on the center of it. I've seen rocker safety Blue Streaks go for that at airgun shows. Best analogy is the duct seal before heating is like a gob of bubble gum but after heating the duct seal, the portion that's heated is more like the bubble gum after you've chewed it. Use light pressure on the tool (little more than the weight of the tool), and keep as much of the cutting edge in the groove as possible (it will feel like you're cutting with the rear third of the cutter).

3) The stripper I'm planning to use (assuming an oil based finish) claims to remove stain as well. There are two holes in the black.

I am in no way a photophile, but I think I know some folks who would do spit-takes at the phrase "I was/am intimidated by the Leica so I knew the Sony was way out of my league." 9 offers from $53.99. Its just wood, time, and money, but the learning experience would be significant in return for the cost. Or would a new trigger cost more than the gun is worth?Scott, That tin can brought back some memories for me too! Kingston, NY 12401 Phone: 866.686.7424 If you want to do a lot of barrel crowning, etc then you'll want a bigger lathe, likewise work on airtubes, etc. I propose you do a part 4 of the Red Ryder review in which you test how well ol' blue dispatches Black Bart and his creeping marauders. Keep the sawdust brushed out of the checkering, and brush the checkering cutter frequently. This yields an optimum point blank range for the 0.25" zone of 11 to 33 yards. And in New Jersey those chickens have to be registered. Your extremely generous offers have opened our eyes to the USFT's true value. I've been following the discussion on stock refinishing over the past week and looking at various websites.

I don't see why, with today's technology, it couldn't be put in a 1" tube. And we're learning a ton and having a blast working on some of these guns. Take that into account when testing your stain. I feel as though I could do the job, myself.

I am curious about something and would like your opinion. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Looks like you're going full steam. They are Sheridan guns, and that is a big deal when you try to look them up on the internet. Use shop paper towels (heavy, not very absorbant) to wipe off the slurry/muck. CVLIFE Two Points Sling with Length Adjuster Traditional Sling with Metal Hook for ... Colt Peacemaker Revolver Single Action Army Six-Shooter .177 Caliber Air Pistol, Pe... Hiram Air Gun Pellet BB Gun Resetting Target, Rated for .22 .177 Caliber, Celeisite 2 Pack Vertical Gun Hanger and Rifle Storage Securely Holds Firearm and Bow. At daisy outdoor products we strive harder than the rest to ensure our products are of the highest quality and that includes everything from our bb guns to our safety programs to our customer support. Here's an exploded view of your gun and some interesting literature: http://www.network54.com/Forum/576299/thread/1190450220/Diana+Model+45++Info. There's a problem loading this menu right now. (I read my grandfather's gun magazines cover to cover every month, so in my single digit years I knew about such things. And don't you fergitit! Both stocks were very rough. Break Free is good for that, as is Barracade. The best thing about the lathe is the huge range of accessories available and the modularity. Word Verification is snagruko–a new Japanese math game? 3. Although permalyn has some poly blended with dryers added I'd catagorize that as an oil finish. I actually thought the only thing on my TX that wasn't pretty was the trigger. only a few years older than myself. : ) : ) : ) : ) : ). Nice surprise. To select a stain it’s important to know what the different types are. Today, I’ll test both accuracy and velocity, and the latter I will do in two ways, one of them quite authentic from the period of this gun. My other rifle is an RWS Diana 45 that I couldn't make shoot very well so I bought this new TX. This isn’t a common thing, but I found it so interesting that I took this photo. The 3rd was talking FPS and a hog killing.

The digital that gary used most was a Sony DSLR A900. While I worked at AirForce I had access to their 12X36 South Bend, which is tooled pretty well, so life was easy for me for awhile. but…maybe a pile of cash is better for Edith and Your USFT??? Fuming was also popular but stockmakers quickly learned that the lack of tannins in beech required them to be soaked in tannin/strong tea prior to fuming. I'm very impressed by your stock-finishing skill. I stood 10 feet fback for both shots, but I’m sure I would have put the muzzle next to the can back in the day. Although I've never done it, I've read about many people putting an R9 action in an R10 stock and vice versa. Beech is tough/non-uniform. It's the rear screw that adjusts the pull, and in your case you want to screw it out. Last night, I tried the JM heavy tar expecting the usually drop in velocity, and instead I am getting 425fps with STD pellets. Apparently the early Diana Model 45 had leather seals and the 3 ball bearing trigger. They liked everything he did and Winchester lost their best designer. I’m talking about a real tin can, which had very little tin in it, because it was made from thin steel plate. You and Tom must be related to my dad way back… I only learned half his tricks… cause he always traded with me too! RE: checkering.

Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. I didn't know the answer to the trigger question. And I had to tell him about it. It left an ugly half-moon gray spot in the safety glass. As the power increased even more, the gun started denting the other side of the can, on its way through.

The finish is impeccable, however. Did you look for a date production stamp on the rear of your metal receiver? I did think the JM stock is pretty, but not my style and saw this one while reading later. At 400 grit I switched to using RLO. That means the tip of the front sight was held down in the rear notch as deep as it goes while still remaining visible. I shot a steel Coke can that I had set on top of the swingset with about 5 pumps in my Crosman Powermaster. I don’t often use the oil base dye stains since they take quite a while to dry, generally 24 hours or longer. Velocity firstPrivate individuals didn’t have access to chronographs in the 1950s. I thought it would be a good idea to fix it up. The seal is exactly the same just the hardware attaching it to the piston are different.

Thanks for the input – I'll look for a dye stain instead of the pigment. It is glossy and looks clear, more like a varnish. I guess what I am asking is, is this what I should expect from my TX? Also used on the following Daisy models 25, 101-33, 102-36, 108-39, 111-40, 155 as well as the King 2236. Don't buy a Fuji 9100S. I broke the barrel at the chamber after a fall onto rocks while trying to "GET ME THE SQUIRREL" that I shot at and was thrashing on the ground in the woods of Benton La. Credit cards or paypal no fees! Many thanks to Mr. B for organizing the gift donation list and to Wacky Wayne for taking the time to place the orders. Kevin asked, long ago.. set some history straight for us please??? Remember in Part 1 that I mentioned BB guns usually shoot to one side or the other? Can't fail to take good pix. And there's a weekly indoor adult 10m air rifle/pistol get-together, and a thriving youth 10m program. I have found a real-world application for the brightest settings on my illuminated scope reticles: my three- and five-year-old boys think they're cool.

Some areas of the checkering will cut better on the push stroke, others on the pull stroke. Most can be broken into two different types based on how they color the wood, namely pigmented and dye types of stain.

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