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  1. #1
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    Default Air gun restore???

    Hi All
    Is this old air gun worth repairing and restoring, and is it worth anything.
    drop me a PM if you are interested.
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    Default Re: Air gun restore???

    I don't recognize it , what make and or model is it?

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    Default Re: Air gun restore???

    Airguns are pretty worthless in SA, I have a almost spotless original Feinwerkbau 110 that's got an overseas "blue book" value of $2000US but here it's not worth R7k, so unless it's a sentimental model to someone I'd not expect too much.

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    Default Re: Air gun restore???

    This is my FWB 110
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    Default Re: Air gun restore???

    My main aim is actually to dispose of it responseably , while not letting it knowingly fall into the hands of a snot nose who will shoot birds with it.
    If it makes someone happy along the way then so be it.

    George.

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    Default Re: Air gun restore???

    I can fix it for you, I own various old air rifles and rifles. I own GG Arms. Would love to take care of this one, although I cant make out the brand?
    I have a Gecado mod 45 which was my grandads when he was young, handed to my father, handed down to me. I did not restore it, as every scratch and every nick is a memory of when I used it on the farm. Wish to give it to my daughter one day, where she will be able to make her own memories.

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