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I have 10 12 round mags for this little gun, you can shoot a tin of pellets up fast. I get the tank filled for $3.50 at a sporting goods store, that's good for about 2000 shots, very inexpensive way to shoot Co2.
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Wow. This subject went from a particular Springer to other springers to short rifles to Co2. That is a cheap way of using Co2. None of my guns would adapt to it though.

I wish I had a good segway to bring in the comparisons of wood and synthetic stocks.   
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Originally posted by BurghDude BurghDude wrote:

The 130 Repeater doesn't have the Theoben style trigger. What it has is barely better than the D25! Instead of a direct acting trigger (sear in the trigger), this one has one extra component. So, the trigger directly lifts the sear, but the sear is a different piece. I did figure out how to turn it into a sweet little single action trigger, though :)

The 130A looks like the 130 with the repeater removed. But internally it is pretty different. That includes the trigger group, which is now a Theoben style. It is also supposed to be around an 800fps gun. Why they called both the 130 is beyond me.
Isn't that more or less what a 131 is? Understand I know little to nada about these guns.
 
I just saw a el Gamo Expo for sale on the AA classifieds. Reputable seller, looking to get $50 + shipping. Gun looks decent, has a dent in the stock but looks like it'll steam out, at least mostly.
 
 
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The 131 is a completely different gun. Both 130s have a bare steel barrel, where the 131 has a plastic shrouded barrel. It isn't as strong as the 130A, but it does has the better trigger. I understand the 131 is a really nice little gun!

My guess is the El Gamo Expo is about a 500-600 fps, non adjustable trigger gun, like the 130 repeater, but without the repeater mods. 

So, near as I can tell, given the El Gamo, the 130 Repeater could have been called the El Gamo Repeater, and the 130A should have been called the 130 :)  But that's all wags on my part, based mostly on what I can see in the pictures.  

Wood vs synthetic.. I'm good either way.  I have guns with well shaped and not so well shaped stocks out of both materials.

This is a fun, rambling thread :) 
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Seller says it averaged 519 fps, you can see the ad here: http://www.airguns.net/classifieds/show_ad.php?adNum=172233&adSort=&StartingAd=0&NumberOfPages=4. If I was a springer pellet gun guy I'd buy it. I've wasted $50 on less. Like all the 880 junk I've bought of eBay... smh
 
That said, I did just score a nice '84 880 there. Doesn't hold pressure but I got the parts I need to fix it from the fuse a while ago. It's one w/no warning/instruction billboards cast into the sides of the receiver, rifled barrel, no diamonds, and a loading port that's open on both sides. These were only made in this configuration for three years. It comes w/a little 105 Buck. I'm going to throw a modified powerplant into it, add an adjustable rear sight and maybe add a RR stock for the added LOP and it'll make a hell of a neat plinker.
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Aha! The 105Buck. My territory. You could adhere a dowel under the barrel and affix a forearm. Drill 2 holes and place a lanyard ring. Then you'll have a super short RR Carbine! After all that I'd be tempted to also modify the lever. Maybe even lengthen the stock. Fun, fun, fun.
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Haha- I thought of you when I won the auction! I would definitely want more LOP if I were to keep it. Might end up flipping it, who knows. I like that forearm idea and I even have several mud-orange stained Chinese forearms that I could use. The stock needs refinished, might as well do the forearm at the same time. That's the same as what I did on my 1st modded RR w/the aj adult stock.
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If you want to lengthen the RR stock, try using a piece of stair tread. The stock is about 7/8" and the treads are usually 1". A little belt sanding will bring it down to an even thickness. Most of the time an additional 1.5" to 4" is comfortable enough for an adult. Solid body stain over a flat base coat of tan can help to hide the joint. Most of those orange stained guns don't have a pronounced grain color anyway.

If you're more adventurous, you could try to cut a new stock out of the tread. I've been playing with the idea of making a thumb hole stock for my RR's that way. I showed you my folding stocks, so.....anything is possible!
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