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roger air pistol

April 1 2007 at 4:00 PM
steve  (Login x45acp)

well this week end i come home with a roger air pistol it has never been fired still has the factory plug in handle and the factory co2 and bb's in the cardboard tube. any one have any idea what it is worth? it says on the instuctions..

modesto molgra
di marini cerri fracassi linda
via dei valtorta 38
tel. 02-2850741/2847483
20127 milano

then has a diamond with 3 m's and nondial on it


    
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Trevor
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the Roger gas gun

April 1 2007, 4:26 PM 

The Roger was the flashest BB pistol this Italian toy factory(MMM) made.It was easy to dismantle but what a sod to repair!

 
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ejwills
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Roger air pistol

April 1 2007, 7:42 PM 

Made in Italy[MMM].Blue Book of Airguns=100%-$50,95%-$45.
Ejwills.

 
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steve
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Re: Roger air pistol

April 1 2007, 9:23 PM 

this is like new my question is why is the factory co2 can have a little post comming out of the top it is not flat like the ones today? can you use the modern style co2 tanks in them?

 
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ejwills
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Co2 bulb's

April 2 2007, 9:50 PM 

Steve,The modern co2 bulb's should work fine.Some of the early co2 bulb's had some weird configurations,the early Crosman bulbs looked like they had a small bottle cap on the top of the bulb.Put some pelgun oil on the tip before inserting it in the gun. Ejwills.


    
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wcsg
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Didn't the Rogers use the small 8 gram bulb?

April 3 2007, 5:44 AM 

You can get those at resturant supply

 
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ejwills
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Smaller 8 gram bulb.

April 3 2007, 2:14 PM 

wcsg, i believe your right that the Roger pistol uses the 8 gram bulbs.I guess i figured he would know that because he has some of the old bulbs.The word "modern" should have jumped out at me as i would equate modern with the larger bulbs.And yes the small 8 gram bulbs can be found at resturant supply houses , at several on line stores and also at AB Airgun.Thanks . Ejwills.


    
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classicalgas
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I've seen 8 gram bulbs that look refilable....

April 4 2007, 1:27 AM 

a little brass pin valve in the neck,nylon seat.BUT the valve drops into the bulb when you pressurize it!!!? wacky setup...


    
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ejwills
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Refill bulb.

April 4 2007, 3:10 PM 

First time i ever heard of them.It still amazes me how much you can learn on this forum,even at my age.Ejwills


    
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jbjenkins
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Hammerli

November 11 2008, 1:41 PM 

Hammerli made refillable ones. I've only seen pictures of them before.

 
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Dick
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More on Roger Airgun

April 7 2007, 11:37 PM 

Here's some technical data on the Roger from MMM-Mondial. I've seen three Rogers go for between $65 and $75 recently with boxes and manuals.

http://www.co2airguns.net/collection/Roger/index.htm

Dick
http://www.co2airguns.net

 
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Scumbuster
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Is there an adapter that would allow the use of 12g cyls. in the

November 11 2008, 12:53 PM 

original 8g. pistol? If so where?


    
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