If you like that one, you'll probably enjoy this one too...
Sweet!Well, this wasn't today, but I did spend some time on this Crosman 1400 I got from Weatherby300 here on NWFirearms this fall. It was in bad shape when I got it. It was rusted up pretty good, needed new seals and the stock looked like it was used for a salmon knocker. I had to source a barrel($25) as the original had rust putting pretty bad and it wasn't accurate. I fit the pachmyr recoil pad, then refinished the wood with a single coat of red mahogany. then 4 coats of tru oil, knocked down a bit with 0000 steel wool. 6 pumps gets you 600 fps with 14.3 grain .22's. Its a single, dime sized hole shooter at the 16 yards i have available indoors. Its a bit loud for backyard use. View attachment 810135
Amazon, Pyramydair, Airguns of Arizona. Probably about same as most folks.Where do you buy all of your air guns?
Every time I've looked at local stores, it's a dismal selection at best. Oregon liberals perhaps, dunno.Do you special order them from a specific place close to where you live or do you see a LOT of them in stock - in a NIB box at your local sporting goods store?
I tend to just have 3 or 4 at a time. I don't collect, so I tend to rotate my tools often.You have a pretty big collection from what I can tell.
I've been working a side-gig of youtube videos, hoping I won't have to pay for my own stuff forever. I'd play guns all day if it paid well. But heck, who here wouldn't?I ENJOY looking at your pictures and reading your posts even if I do not always comment on them.