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Hello, Linda -

Do you mean the Daisy Powerline 5170 air p1zt0l? (Have to spell it that way because a Fixya.com algorithm considers the word profantiy) If so . . .

For safety and reliability reasons, I recommend you locate a gunsmith familiar with Daisy products and find out what it will cost for him or her to re-assemble the firearm.

See the manual for the 5170 here:
http://www.manualsdir.com/manuals/get?doc=557235&h=f88654bb75efc57a81315cf315cca79aeaccfd38&open=1

Look at the last column in the manual and the sections headed Repair of Powerline Air P1zt0ls and Guns in Warranty and Guns Out of Warranty.

Best wishes.

Firearms | Answered 11 hours ago


Obtain a good magnifying glass and give it a good examination, if nothing can be found remove the stock (the wood bit) and look underneath the spring tube. If still no identifying marks can be found its not worth pursuing further, Just enjoy it for what it is.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 20, 2018


According to Colt's archives the single action of this serial number was manufactured in 1905

Firearms | Answered on Jun 20, 2018


Hello John -

Clarification: You are asking about a reproduction revolver manufactured by Pietta. If so . . .

If you have not already done so, I suggest you take your question to the source - the manufacturer, F. Illi Pieta.

You can find a form to fill out to send an email with your question directly to the manufacturer, at the bottom of this web page:
https://www.pietta.it/home-pietta-eng

Note: "Oggeto" means "Subject." "Messagio" means "Message." "Invia" means "Send."

Best wishes.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 20, 2018


Could it be that the barrel needs cleaning, is it blocked or it could even be bent if it has been dropped, you wouldn't see this with the ***** eye but a good gunshop should be able to define the barrel as true.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 20, 2018


If you want to buy the Gun holster you can visit online sites. There are many holsters like the shoulder holster, ankle holster, belt holster, pocket holster etc. Available on the online sites and you can check the review of the gun holster on the internet. I have some gun holsters according to the size of the gun. I bought my gun holster from custom leather holsters It provides the best quality of holster and affordable.

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Firearms | Answered on Jun 19, 2018


FIXYA doesn't appraise rifles. Unsure what your question might be, but there are web pages that help with firearms appraisal and use.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 16, 2018


Noboby can do that. Not enough information, too much to guess, so you will have to do it yourself. :>)

Google

make model calibre serials

Firearms | Answered on Jun 16, 2018


Nobody is perfect and so while carrying a concealed firearm, there are some common mistakes that people usually make. I have listed some of them so that you don't commit the same.
1. Not having a proper training: Some people don't take a proper training and think that they know everything about concealed carry.
2. Using a cheap holster: People think that quality of holsters doesn't matter much. But that's not true. Use quality leather holsters that are comfortable enough.
3. Wearing improper attire: Improper type of clothes also hinders the process of concealed carry. Wear the attire that suits best to your style and also accommodates the firearm.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 05, 2018


Nightforce, Leupold and Schmidt-Bender Scope will get up there in the price point. Schmidt-Bender glass especially will be quite expensive. Their high end glass can easily exceed $10,000.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 04, 2018


Request the repair manual for model 880S directly from Daisy.

Firearms | Answered on May 29, 2018


A good Scope is a quality optical instrument . Before cleaning the lenses READ THE INSTRUCTIONS and follow the manufacturers recommendations. Be sure to use a clean soft lint free cloth, and avoid liquid cleansers unless manufacturer specifically approves. Do not use a dirty shirt tail and NEVER -EVER a paper towel. Use of either is akin to using sandpaper and will potentially scratch the coating or the lens itself.

Firearms | Answered on May 28, 2018

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