German air rifles

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German air rifles

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Anybody got any old German air rifles lying around in the closet, attic, or basement they don't use/want?
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Seriously folks, I am interested in German airguns that you may have loitering in, or around, your dwellings. I'm particularly interested in .177 caliber older German airguns.
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I don't have one but I am curious now. Are they of exceptional quality?
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As a rule, yes.

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03Lightningrocks wrote: Sat Dec 19, 2020 12:13 am I don't have one but I am curious now. Are they of exceptional quality?
Absolutely
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Maybe he's trying to get ahead of the ATF ruling them as high-capacity assault pellet guns....
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Malawler wrote: Sun Dec 20, 2020 4:14 pm Maybe he's trying to get ahead of the ATF ruling them as high-capacity assault pellet guns....
I enjoy shooting but with my age-inflicted mobility issues, my shooting is pretty much limited to air rifles off our patio in the backyard. PB's would bring on more conversation than I want to get into. Do you have any unused German air rifles?
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