I could use some help identifying this unusual rifle. I bought it on Gunbroker, described as a BAM B-45, but the B-45's that I have seen are repeaters with rotary magazines. This rifle is a single shot. It looks a little crude, but is actually well made with a blow-off type valve that automatically resets on the first pump, (without having to cock a hammer). Its firing behavior is very similar to the Sharp rifles, and it shoots .177 CPHP's at 700 fps with 6 pumps. There are no markings anywhere that I can find. I have owned several Chinese multi-pump guns, but this one is totally unfamiliar. Anyone? Thanks, John
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