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Daisy No. 107 Buck Jones Special

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Topic: Daisy No. 107 Buck Jones Special
Posted By: gkenny
Subject: Daisy No. 107 Buck Jones Special
Date Posted: January-10-2019 at 8:33pm
 
Hi, Today I purchased a nice Buck Jones which has all of the steel varnished. The varnish is easily removed with paint remover, but I want to remove the Walnut stock and hand grip so that I don't damage them with the remover. 

The rear stock was simple, but the hand grip is causing me problems, obviously I don't know exactly how to do it properly. I removed the little front screw and the flat rod came right out, what is next?

Can you help me in easy 'baby' steps?

Thank you in advance, regards, gkenny.



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Posted By: cobalt327
Date Posted: January-11-2019 at 1:24am

Please disregard.



Posted By: bangpla
Date Posted: January-11-2019 at 12:31pm

I have three of the 107 Buck Jones, all in excellent condition, but I have never worked on these guns, I cannot help you in your project, but I can wish you good luck, this is a great Daisy bb gun.   


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Posted By: gkenny
Date Posted: January-11-2019 at 3:47pm
Originally posted by bangpla bangpla wrote:


I have three of the 107 Buck Jones, all in excellent condition, but I have never worked on these guns, I cannot help you in your project, but I can wish you good luck, this is a great Daisy bb gun.   

Thank you bangpla. Regards, gkenny


Posted By: gkenny
Date Posted: January-11-2019 at 3:50pm
Originally posted by cobalt327 cobalt327 wrote:

On my 107 (not a Buck Jones) there was a steel pin that secures the pump grip to the cocking rod. May be hard to see, it's pinned more towards the breech end, not in the middle of the grip. Also wanted to say nice find! Those are cool guns.

Thank you cobalt327, I appreciate your help.

I was unable to find even the smallest pin anywhere on the hand grip, It must be attached another way. I will leave the hand grip attached and try to be careful with the varnish removal.

Regards, gkenny.  
 
 


Posted By: gkenny
Date Posted: January-11-2019 at 4:08pm
Hey! As I was trying to push the hand grip to the side to avoid the paint remover, the grip and bar moved to the side and slid right out of the frame! It just sits loosely in the slot held in place by the little screw on the front of the frame brace!

Regards, gkenny.


Posted By: cobalt327
Date Posted: January-11-2019 at 10:10pm
Good deal. I'm removing any mention of pins in my post above so no one damages their gun looking for a pin that isn't supposed to be there.



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