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ITS DONE 1968 Crosman Pell Master 700 .22 Caliber Tap Loader 
PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 9:45 pm Reply with quote
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Well I finally completed my flea market special.Thank you Alstone for the tips on making a hood,I cheated though I used a empty CO2 cylinder Idea
It was already formed and steel I could blue.Cut a slot in it your done!

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PS:I'll have a bonus post ! The Crosman Quest .20 cal is completed.








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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 12:55 am Reply with quote
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Lookin' good Bob. Nice idea on the sight- did you set-up any sort of crosshair in it? You'd never know by just looking at it that's it's a remnant Co2 caplet.

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Re: ITS DONE 1968 Crosman Pell Master 700 .22 Caliber Tap Lo 
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 5:45 am Reply with quote
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BBGun Bob wrote:
Well I finally completed my flea market special.Thank you Alstone for the tips on making a hood,I cheated though I used a empty CO2 cylinder Idea
It was already formed and steel I could blue.Cut a slot in it your done!

BBGun Bob
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PS:I'll have a bonus post ! The Crosman Quest .20 cal is completed.










Are there suppose to be some images here? My laptop hard drive crunched up yesterday, and I'm running a 10 year old desktop at the moment, and it doesn't seem to like photos.

Al

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I just noticed I haven't got any photos anywhere. Bloody computer!

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Hi Bob you've certainly made a fine job of the 700, and it didn't take you long. What are you doing now? Twiddling your thumbs?

Al


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 6:30 am Reply with quote
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Nice hood solution, and a very good overall job. How does it shoot? Wink

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 6:53 am Reply with quote
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No Al ,
I am going to work on the Sheridan bolt.It is such a pain to grab hold of and open with a scope mounted. I obtained another used bolt to play with.I'v done a little research as to what others have done,knobs on the back and stuff like that .I'll put my little brain to work and see if I can come up with my own design that works well and looks very pleasing to the eye.
As far as shooting the 700 I have not fired it yet.Its so cold out it won't shoot right anyway.CO2's in Michigan winter suck!

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:05 am Reply with quote
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Ah, right, I should've guessed. Mr. Green

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Hi Bob,
Nice job on the 700. I have one that was given to me I want to restore. It leaks gas through the breach. I am going to replace the o-rings. Is there a source on line where o can get the correct sizes? Also how did you do the rebluing? Any info would be appreciated.
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contact Rick Willnecker here>
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As for the bluing I read on the internet how to cold blue.
Metal prep is the key.Standard Birchwood Casey Perma-Blue works just as good as all the other stuff.A heated barrel(150F) takes blue better than a cold one.It usually takes a couple of coats of blue to do the job.Way to much to explain here,the good thing is you can do it over if not happy,they also sell a blue remover.
Just make sure to plug both ends of the barrel that stuff will rust the bore in a heart beat.
Pencil erasers work good and are easy to remove and water proof.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 05, 2011 10:36 am Reply with quote
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Thanks for the info Bob. It has some minor rust on the barrel & breach. Do you think using Scotch Bright fine pads and the use of a lathe will take care of that?

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 05, 2011 10:48 am Reply with quote
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Hi Bob,
Nice job on the 700. I have one that was given to me I want to restore. It leaks gas through the breach. I am going to replace the o-rings. Is there a source on line where o can get the correct sizes? Also how did you do the rebluing? Any info would be appreciated.
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Bill
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Hi Bob still around then? I thought you had wondered off into the suburbs of Detroit and got lost. Mr. Green

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 05, 2011 8:28 pm Reply with quote
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WOW BOB! Just WOW! I LOVE how the furniture came out, finish and pattern in the wood is just friggin'..... did I say WOW!

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 07, 2011 11:54 am Reply with quote
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Hi Bob,
What did you use to plug the breach with? It has alot of openings in it.

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