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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2009 12:45 pm Reply with quote
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2009 2:43 pm Reply with quote
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That Lucznik looks like a pretty well engineered air gun Lauchlin, and looking at the price of £20-£25i airgun range I would guess it must have been made in the 1960s?

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Look in the lower right hand corner of the scan of the Technical Data. It has a Review date of November 1976

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2009 3:53 pm Reply with quote
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Yes but by that time it was out of production.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:33 pm Reply with quote
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Lucznik means "archer" in Polish.

How does the trigger adjustment screw work? Sear engagement? Trigger spring tension?

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Beautiful gun 
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The barrel latch looks a good bit like the one on my Haenel Model I D.R.P. circa 1928 and the trigger adjuster could be right off of my Haenel Model III D.R.P., same vintage. Wonderful old time craftsmanship. Maybe the best of the post-war guns that followed the old designs. Not bad power, either, if it shoots near to what the article states.

Here's a link to more Luzcniks:

http://www.network54.com/Forum/405945/thread/1230827699/Hello+and+unkown+underlever%2C+any+ideas-

Compare to the 187 in the thread.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 04, 2009 9:26 pm Reply with quote
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Model code Lucznik

Model kode:

A - 1967
B - 1968
C - 1969
D - 1970
E - 1971
F - 1972
G - 1973
H - 1974
I - 1975
J - 1976
K - 1977
L - 1978
M - 1979
N - 1980

Lucznik without letter is older than 1967 ( practically most of them ).

Lucznik don,t means Archer in Poland.

Lucznik 188 was sold as Archer in Great Britain ( and maybe other countrys ).

Lucznik was also sold as Mars 87 / 187 ( Also Slavia and Gamo was sold as Mars airguns ).

I have 3 Lucznik - two Lucznik 87, and one Predom Lucznik 187.

Could have severals of Lucznik, but I go for airguns in good conditions.

Link to my homepage and pictures of my Lucznik ( and other airguns ).

http://www.123hjemmeside.no/luftvaapen/20601324

Have contact in Poland.

he has provided me lots of parts for Lucznik such as spring with thicker coils, leather piston seals, Polymer piston seals, barrel seals, rivets ( both types ),and front sight, trigger spring, and he will provide me screws and other parts later.

Lucznik 87 / 187 / 188 is also a copy of one of the Haenel models.
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What do CR and HS prefixes mean? 
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I have several Predom Lucznik Wz. 1970, all of them with CR and HS serial number prefixes. I guess they mean something after 1970, but what?
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