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PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2009 6:46 pm Reply with quote
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Welcome aboard, Celcius!

I'd say that you're a collector rather than an accumulator, because you have specific manufacturers in mind. Even though you have several of them in mind! Smile

That Smith and Wesson M 796 is a beauty! Is it accurate?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 8:30 am Reply with quote
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Thanks Smile

Since last post I have also bought me an older Slavia 630 modell 77 ( 1982 ).
I need a new front sight ( missing ), and a main trigger spring.

But later I will buy some parts from:
http://www.gunspares.co.uk/shopdisplaycategories.asp?id=24058&cat=Slavia

I will buy 3 more new Slavia from http://www.mauricedrummen.nl/ later this year.

Slavia 634, 630 and 631 all cal .177

I have not tried this Smith&Wesson M 79G so much yet.
I owned one in 1979, traded it away after 1 year and have regretted since.
Bought a M 79G last autumn from Germany, and a bit later two Smith&Wesson M 79G / M 78G from Peter ruut.

I,m also looking for some older Baikal such as IJ22.
Slavia such as 618, 624 and other ones.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 04, 2009 9:36 pm Reply with quote
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Have bought some Lucznik and Slavia since last post.

I have also getting a large quantity of parts to lucznik and Slavia.

Such as Lucznik 87 / 187 / 188 and Slavia 630/631 / 634

One of the part type is a tuning Polymer piston seal for Slavia 630/631
It,s better than the orginal.

Will bay more parts within few months, have a contact in Poland Laughing
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 6:42 am Reply with quote
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celcius wrote:

I will buy 3 more new Slavia from http://www.mauricedrummen.nl/ later this year.


Hey, you're gonna import from the NL? Mr. Green

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 7:16 am Reply with quote
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Broom, I will not allow you to form an airgun smuggling cartel through the forum.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 8:07 am Reply with quote
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To bad, I already worked out something with the Mods and Eric. Mr. Green

I also owned a Slavia. They're pretty good rifles, and Accuracy wise they compete with guns that are over 1/3 more expensive.

Mine was more accurate then an Weihrauch HW30s/Beeman R7. Wink

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:47 am Reply with quote
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Have allready bought a new Slavia 634 cal .22 from Netherland.

This place:
http://www.luchtbukswinkel.nl/index_tm.php?osCsid=1ee216395510fc9b7e64985bfcd4ca11

Since then there have come registration requirements of cal .22 and up airguns in Norway, but not any kind of power limits.

Maybe I bay this airguns from another country, Such as Tsjekkia or Poland.

The Predom Lucznik 187 I bought, came from Netherland.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 11:01 am Reply with quote
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How do you like the 634? I was always curious about them.

I really like my 631:


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 11:53 am Reply with quote
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celcius wrote:
Have allready bought a new Slavia 634 cal .22 from Netherland.

This place:
http://www.luchtbukswinkel.nl/index_tm.php?osCsid=1ee216395510fc9b7e64985bfcd4ca11

Since then there have come registration requirements of cal .22 and up airguns in Norway, but not any kind of power limits.

Maybe I bay this airguns from another country, Such as Tsjekkia or Poland.

The Predom Lucznik 187 I bought, came from Netherland.


Slavia is from CZ, which is a Czechian weapons manufacturer. You can even pic them up. In the EU, when you move something from one country to another one trough another one, the laws don't apply to the airgun in the country you are moving trough, as long as it is legal in the country you are moving to.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:44 pm Reply with quote
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I know That Slavia come from Tsjekkia or old Tsjekkoslovakia.
But the 634 was purchased from Netherland.
Have also several BRNO rifles such as BRNO mod 452 cal .22LR and BRNO mod fox 527 cal .222Rem

Link CZ/BRNO old and new airrifles.

http://www.vzduchovka.cz/prehled/seznam.html

Had my first 620 in ca 1971

I like them very much, therefore I will bay several of them new.

634 in both calibers, and 631 new, have 630 almost new, but I want a unused 630 also.

Like the trigger, it,s simple but not hard/heavy.
It,s also possible to rebuild a 630/31 in to cal .22

Have a adress to one in Poland which builds stock for Slavia 630

Picture:


Maybe I buy one someday.

Picture of my best looking Lucznik ( Predom Lucznik 187 ) bought from Netherland.
Have dismantled the cheap scope, this is sellers picture.




It,s nearly unused, but I have mounted new spring with some thicker coils, and a new Polymer piston seal.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:48 am Reply with quote
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Bought 2 Slavia for some few weeks ago.

1 Slavia 631 cal .177

1 Slavia 634 cal .177

Both purchased from Slovakia.

The Slavia 631 have some rough finish on the cylinder, not so fine finish as older Slavia.
The airgun stock was OK.

The Slavia 634 have better finish on the cylinder and barrel.

Have only shot one pellet with each of the airguns Shocked

Waiting for some parts from Poland, I have purchased 4 spring guides tuning type for Slavia 630/631/634

Some pictures:








Have also 3 Slavia 620

Have bought some springs, and piston seals for both types, leather and Polymer seals.

Have a contact who make Leather and Polymer seals for the old types of Slavia 620

Old type of Slavia 620 use orginal piston seal made of leather.

New type of Slavia 620 use Plastic / Polymer piston seal.

Some pictures of my Slavia 620:

http://www.123hjemmeside.no/luftvaapen/20601346

I have:

3 Slavia 620 cal .177

2 Slavia 630 cal .177

1 Slavia 631 cal .177

1 Slavia 634 cal .177

1 Slavia 634 cal .22

And many other airguns and air pistols.
http://www.123hjemmeside.no/luftvaapen/20601346
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 7:24 am Reply with quote
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You're buying good guns. I'm really happy with my 630, one of the most accurate rifles I own.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 3:17 pm Reply with quote
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I'm really happy with my 630, one of the most accurate rifles I own.


I feel the same about my 631.

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nice collection you got the lauchlin hope to see more!

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 8:11 pm Reply with quote
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Some more pictures

Smith&Wesson M 79G and Crosman 2240 co2 pistols
Crosman have TKO 6,5" stage V muzzle break, and some other tuning parts such as velocity adjuster, trigger, shoe, stronger hammer spring, lighter trigger spring, grips made of wood+++
I,m looking for stainless steel breech, and sylinder+ other ss parts.


Smith&Wesson M 79G nr 1.


Smith&Wesson M 79G nr 2.


Smith&Wesson M 78G

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