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    Posted: 14 Jan 2019 at 3:15pm
Wood packers, string and heaps of super glue.



The clutter...






Some holes, I was pretty shakey....after about five cups of coffee... have to quit, eh.



Scope rail is just scrap tube. If this works out then will get better tube. It's rock solid at the          moment, with a bit of flexion if you vice the barrel and yaw the scope around.




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Hey chaps.

Short story: In Hamilton, bought an old air rifle. Want to fettle it a bit for kicks AND
hunt and eat a bunny or three.

First silly idea: The "scope rail" ... WCPGW ???




So yes... just for the heck of it and maybe it might be a goer?
Anyone else seen/done this before?

Also looking for some land to wander aimlessly about in with my springer looking for
bunnies to whack. ( If all goes well, I will trade up and get a "real" air rifle )

I like stalking, it's not all about bagging something for me.
Just being stealthy for a couple of hours is sometimes all I want.
Then other times I want something to cook. Mmm yum.

I was bought up in Canterbury in the '70's and we ate rabbit often.
( Dads winchester .410 single shotty and mum's BRNO .22 were the tools back then.)

If anyone reads this and has some land with bunnies on it and would not mind a mature gent
taking a few out now and then... PM me! I am totally not a dick and can provide referees.
Only with the air rifle mind.
Not really that interested in going large with "real" guns.

Air rifles are cool. : - )

R.A.


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