What is it doing that you think is a problem? This is a gun with a long and successful run.
Yes, Remington made a "Apache" model of the Nylon 66 .22 caliber rifle. It had a black nylon stock with a chrome plated barrel & receiver. It was a very nice looking rifle.
No , but my dad did and it was because a Nerf brand gun bullet scratched it when he got shoot in the eye with the Nerf gun my brother got for Christmas .
the tf11 only comes with a stock or it doesnt. you can not buy an extra stock for the gun.
with a shot gun and the glue factory
I suggest the you contact an air gun repair shop to have it fixed. Try looking up "Air gun repair" on the web and have them repair it for you.
The V-350 has not been made for years. I suggest you go online and look for "airgun repair" or go to the link below and use Crosman's air gun repair locater and find a shop that has parts.
Check the web for air gun repair and send it to a shop for repairs.
a gun repairer
It all depends on the model. I suggest the you contact an air gun repair shop to have it fixed. Try looking up "Air gun repair" on the web and have them repair it for you.
The gun is worth $400 to $500 in that kind of shape. I have several and they are somewhat rare only about 22K made.
50 per cent reduction in value to a collector, no
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If it is a side hammer, damascus barreled Belgian import , you will probably have a dificult time finding the correct stock and the decorator value will be about the same if the stock can be neatly "repaired" with Elmer's Glue. If it is a boxlock with fluid steel barrels, it's probably a Crescent still valued as a shooter (if blessed by an experienced gunsmith) and a replacement stock could probably be obtained from the local 'smith or at a gun show. Replacing it should raise the value from $10 as a parts gun to $200+ as a field gun.
Do a search online for "Air Gun repair." There are several independent shops that repair older air guns. SEE the Link Below.
the stock is what you use to hold the weapon by.
I've gone through several air gun catalogues and have been unable to locate a Daisy model 170 bb gun that has ever been made. I did find a Daisy BB gun model 5170 and a BB rifle model 1170 along with a BB rifle model 107 but "NO" model 170. However I suggest you search the web for "Daisy Air gun Repair" or "Air gun repair" and locate someone near you who can help you.
If you go to any Monaca gun shop you should be able to find out where to get 600D ballistic nylon Cordura.
Mainly in the stock
you can but it is hard you have to take apart the gun and pull the stock up and close the gun
Estate sale, garage sale, gun shop, pawn shop, gun show, stock shop
Try e-gunparts.com, gun shows, gun shops, custom stock makers.
Have you heard about the internet? Start with google Search for Savage 220 A stock then click
Disassemble the gun, and replace the back cap with the stock or take it to a paintball store, and ask them to.
It is the end of the stock as opposed to the end of the barrel end of the gun