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    Posted: November-08-2023 at 10:47pm
That scope actually is magnified. Its really neat. Any idea on what the old girl is worth?
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Thanks everyone, I appreciate it!
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On my scoped toy guns the front is forked around the rear sight/spring retainer and the back is retained by the top stock screw.
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Yeah that's a neat scope mount for sure it doesn't look like it would be to be too complicated to make that yourself... as far as the terminology goes I think I've also seen the frame called the sleeve?
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Instructions for scope installation and parts list from manual.
I think Russ is correct for the mount...  I have the scope but not the mount bracket . Maybe somebody with this model can chime in and verify how it’s installed..








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It looks like it is forked around the rear sight/spring retainer.
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Another question, if I may. Obviously, the rear end is held by the top stock screw, but how is the scope mount attached at the front end (circled area)? 

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My gosh that must have just been the funnest time ever. Okay all you guys probably know the answer to this but I'm still figuring out all the different terminology. Help me out in the last add there is a model 1160 mentioned and it says painted jacket. Is that what I guess would be called the frame or receiver I think I've seen it called jacket before?

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Great ads. Gives new perspectives on some of the yard sale finds.
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Very cool!
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