Gentleman. A few days ago I purchased from a local Auction site a Model 60 air rifle.
Now I already have a Model 60 in my small collection but just like those puppies that
you see in the dog’s home this one was calling out to me for some TLC. The auction
picture showed the rifle in the broken position with plenty of orange rust but complete.
Or so I thought. I assumed that this was one of the Model 60s that was not made with a
trigger adjusting screw but when I got the rifle I saw that it was just missing. On the
positive side apart from the rust and blistering stock the rifle was complete, no play
at the pivot point and had a good bore. The stock has no major damage and should clean
up well. Alas it is I think birch. All in all I feel I got a fair deal for NZ$100.00.
That is about (UK) 50 quid.
I’ve asked Garvin to post some pictures of this rifle for me as I can’t work out how to
do so myself. I’ll let the Forum know how it shoots and responds to a good clean up later.
Anyone got a spare trigger adjusting screw? (Well no harm in asking).