The older guns are just much better built. The valve bodies on the old guns are made of brass vs aluminum on the newer guns. The reason I mention this is that new aluminum units tend to corrode quickly and need replacement, while the old brass valve bodies last forever. I just resealed my 63' streak and cleaned the check valve on my 59' a few weeks ago and these guns are ready to go another 50 years now. Also, the old triggers are much simpler and a lot better not to mention the pump ar is much more beefy. I wouldn't take 5 CB9's for either of my old streaks.
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