As luck would have it, Rob has given a project to my good friend Jeff who is still busy at work in his garage doing woderful things with air pistols and air rifles.
The Gamo / Daisy is in parts as becomes of these projects that baffle. Rob has said that all the parts are there, and they appear to be so. That is the first piece of good news.
The second piece of good news is that it is in good nick and worthy of resurrection.
Now, does anyone have inside knowledge of the workings of this particular air rifle?
Clear instructions on the workings, perhaps saved copies of rebuild instructions; especially of the piston and what lies inside it
The seals can be made and where appropriate, maybe O rings of the correct material can be substituted?
To Leonardo, the last time we communicated on Jeffs' gallery gun and that was a boon to the revival of the old beauty.
Len, I understand that you have some depth of knowledge and experience of these Gamo air rifles? If are able to and can assist it would be appreciated in volumes.
All help appreciated, thanks.