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Custom made
« on: January 04, 2020, 04:53:31 PM »
Hi guys,

my first post here. I like the name of this subforum, The Garage. I`ve got a garage too!

One of my airguns is the Blue Benchrest. The maintube of a Daystate X2 and the trigger`s from Daystate too. Ma -from HuMa- made the breech, Cees developed the gun, HuMa delivered the regulator in this .25 . The pic is taken at Noarderloft (Northern Sky), the gunrange where i am shooting. It`s an airgun only club with an indoo 100 meter range.


The Koejak is another .25. BAM XB50/51 maintube, breech and trigger, Daystate stock and a .25 barrel from Hatsan. Sub 1" groups @ 100 meters.....
 

Here`s the UZGOOB. In English the gun would be named OCSPMA (Of Carefully Selected Parts Made Airgun). It`s a .308 doing some 220 FPE at 200 Bar. Maintube is from a Daystate X2, the breech is Beaumont, the barrel is a pre production Sinner, the stock is CS and the valve is frrom me.
 

The last weeks i`ve been working on an Artemis P12. It`s another .25 but i`m putting a .22 Air Arms barrel in it.


Once i made the Daystate Bastard. Three calibres. I made every barrel fit the .25 probe. This gun has been sold and taken apart.


And last but not least the BSA Techstra (Techstar is English, Techstra is Frysian) with a side cocking lever. Hu from Huma was the inspiration. It`s a .22. The Techstar was never available in  the Nethelands, it was a gun for the American market, some seller imported it from the US and sold it here.


See ya.

Roel
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Re: Custom made
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2020, 05:49:37 PM »
Welcome Roel!

You have some mighty interesting projects!
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Re: Custom made
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2020, 03:08:01 AM »
Hi guys,

my first post here. I like the name of this subforum, The Garage. I`ve got a garage too!

One of my airguns is the Blue Benchrest. The maintube of a Daystate X2 and the trigger`s from Daystate too. Ma -from HuMa- made the breech, Cees developed the gun, HuMa delivered the regulator in this .25 . The pic is taken at Noarderloft (Northern Sky), the gunrange where i am shooting. It`s an airgun only club with an indoo 100 meter range.


The Koejak is another .25. BAM XB50/51 maintube, breech and trigger, Daystate stock and a .25 barrel from Hatsan. Sub 1" groups @ 100 meters.....
 

Here`s the UZGOOB. In English the gun would be named OCSPMA (Of Carefully Selected Parts Made Airgun). It`s a .308 doing some 220 FPE at 200 Bar. Maintube is from a Daystate X2, the breech is Beaumont, the barrel is a pre production Sinner, the stock is CS and the valve is frrom me.
 

The last weeks i`ve been working on an Artemis P12. It`s another .25 but i`m putting a .22 Air Arms barrel in it.


Once i made the Daystate Bastard. Three calibres. I made every barrel fit the .25 probe. This gun has been sold and taken apart.


And last but not least the BSA Techstra (Techstar is English, Techstra is Frysian) with a side cocking lever. Hu from Huma. It`s a .22. The Techstar was never available in  the Nethelands, it was a gun for the American market, some seller imported it from the US and sold it here.


See ya.

Roel

Hi Roel.
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Re: Custom made
« Reply #3 on: January 05, 2020, 05:08:40 AM »
The word here is WOW!

I like to see folks like yourself and Bob Sterne, who pride themselves in producing and/or modifying airguns to suit their needs and wants. While I do some mod work, my pride in joy is using the afterwards, so to speak.
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Re: Custom made
« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2020, 06:57:05 AM »
Very impressive gear Roel. I haven't taken the plunge as of yet into pneumatics, but there's still time (I'm only 74).
BTW, welcome to the Forum from a like minded Kansan.
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« Reply #5 on: January 05, 2020, 07:33:35 AM »
Captain? Didn't you mean... Jayhawker, like me??
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« Reply #6 on: January 05, 2020, 11:01:38 AM »
Actually I prefer Wildcat..
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« Reply #7 on: January 05, 2020, 12:03:07 PM »
Well, I spent time at Silo-Tech, and then the party school in Lawrence. The original plan was to go to University of Wyoming, as it appeared my dad was destined to change jobs. Good, bad or indifferent, he stayed with the state of Kansas as the state's Architectural Engineer.
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Re: Custom made
« Reply #8 on: January 05, 2020, 12:03:45 PM »
Thanks folks,

glad to be here. I will introduce myself one of these days.

@Capt45. It took me two decades to go from springers to pneumatics. I have always had springers, when i go to the range i always take one springer along. I`ve got a few, tho`some aren`t springers, they`re actually rammers.

Best regards, Roel  8)
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Re: Custom made
« Reply #9 on: January 05, 2020, 03:31:09 PM »
Well, I spent time at Silo-Tech, and then the party school in Lawrence. The original plan was to go to University of Wyoming, as it appeared my dad was destined to change jobs. Good, bad or indifferent, he stayed with the state of Kansas as the state's Architectural Engineer.

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« Reply #10 on: January 20, 2020, 12:01:39 PM »
Allen, I though you were on the Missouri side of Kansas City, guess I was wrong.  I attended KU one year
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« Reply #11 on: January 20, 2020, 12:38:41 PM »
Back in those days....

The sporting goods store was on the Missouri side, and we lived on the Kansas side (Roesland Park, to be exact). I had drivers licenses from both states, and in-state tuition from both too. I attended UMKC in the afternoon of my last one and a half years in high school. My first college venture was at Silo Tech (Kansas State), and the remaining at KU. I did some course work at Junior College, of KC, MO, and Jefferson County college too. I was lucky enough to take a few business courses odd places, as well. It is like the old issue about stink, as in being all over!
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