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DavidEnoch
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2018-04-30 14:43:38  

There is a nice Crosman Mk1 LD on the classifieds.  Guys, my LD is the most consistent gun I own.  I see the seller says the same thing.  What that means to me, is that every time I shoot it even months apart it shoots to the same place.  Mine has a cheap Bushnell Banner 4x scope but that works well for me.  I personally like the LD as a carbine instead of a pistol.  There are butt stock options available.

I didn't even notice who is selling this LD, but I wanted to make some of you aware of it.

David Enoch


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MarkinJHawkland
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2018-04-30 18:01:20  

You my friend are an ENABLER! 🙂

Mark N


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Jim in SWMO
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2018-04-30 19:18:35  

LOL!! You should be used to that type of thing by now, Mark! 😉

Back to David's post, an LD would be nice but I'd be plenty happy to have a factory stock MkI or MkII.

 

"You've come far, pilgrim."-------"Feels like far."
"Were it worth the trouble?"-----"Ah, what trouble?"


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MarkinJHawkland
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2018-04-30 19:40:13  

Yes Jim I agree. I have wanted an LD for some time. Thanks to David I may soon own one! I have responded to buy but I always sort of like the idea that if I'm too late I'm still happy because I saved a few $$$. It's a win-win (I think?).

Mark N


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oldmanblue
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2018-04-30 20:20:06  

In case you haven't noticed he has quit all advertising and gates on various websites. I wonder if he isn't slowing down. 


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crazyhorse
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2018-05-01 08:28:38  

He still has LD's on his website...

 

They are really neat guns...Mine has an HW barrel and is very accurate...can go both ways: Have both CO2 and HPA  tanks.


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Erockrocket
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2018-05-01 10:01:20  

 I picked up this LD a few years ago at an airgun show. Since then Ive found a sweet vintage Japanese made pistol scope, some stunning grips, and a friend of mine in England had some brass accents crafted for me as a gift, brass knob, barrel nut, and cocking knobs. I added some brass grip screws too.

 Originally it came with a 16" .22 barrel with muzzle break.

 My buddy OldManBlue had this .20 barrel and offered it to me, I very quickly said yes. Not quite as powerful as the long .22 barrel, but it stacks pellets like no other pistol I've owned or ever shot.

 If anyonr hasnt shot an LD, you are missing out on the best CO2 pistol conversion available on the market. They are not available on on the classifieds for a reason, If youve a chance to get one, do it!!  You will not be sorry, and the worth/value of these pistols will only increase in time.


Mac1 LD .20 Custom


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Luckystrike
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2018-05-02 10:53:04  

Has anyone ever had a .25 cal barrel installed in an LD?


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DavidEnoch
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2018-05-02 14:54:05  

I need to try a HPA tank on mine.  But, I do love bulk CO2 and live in Texas I don't really need it.

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Erockrocket
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2018-05-03 07:32:50  

 

 I've never seen a .25 conversion, I suspect the cast reciever would not allow the bigger caliber with out modification, then it may be to thin?

 

I found HPA at 1000psi gave me roughly 15-25% more velocity, depending on reg pressure.

 Since you live in a warm state, co2 is prolly your best bet, altho HPA might be a tad more consistent because the tanks have a regulator.

 Id say pickup a 850-1000 psi hpa tank setup, that way you use either co2 or hpa.

 I like the case, I need to get something similar.


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DavidEnoch
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2018-05-03 14:10:11  

There was a tuner in the 80s or 90s or maybe even earlier that made some 25 cal Mk1 pistols that had long 25 caliber barrels.  I think the guys name was Jack Lewis but I may be wrong.  I almost bought one but I was concerned that the velocity might be pretty bad and I passed.

David Enoch


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ray1377
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2018-05-07 09:46:38  

What does it take to replace the factory barrel with a longer one?

Can you put a .22 barrel on a .177 model? I understand you would have to change

the bolt and barrel together, but was curious if the valves are the same between the two calibers.

Thanks

Ray


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DavidEnoch
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2018-05-07 12:04:29  

I can answer part of the question.  My LD began life as a MkII which is a .177 so I know they can be converted from .177 to .22.

David Enoch


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ray1377
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2018-05-07 13:37:01  
Posted by: DavidEnoch

I can answer part of the question.  My LD began life as a MkII which is a .177 so I know they can be converted from .177 to .22.

David Enoch

Thanks Mr. David

That's good to know. I'm thinking I may want to convert my .177 to a .22 LD someday.

Thanks

Ray


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MarkinJHawkland
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2018-05-10 18:14:28  

If I'm not mistaken LD's are only made in .20 and .22. From reading on the website they say they are not offered in .177. But perhaps they used to be? Not sure. I could provide a link but not sure that we are allowed to link to that particular dealer.

Just fyi,

Mark N


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DavidEnoch
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2018-05-11 07:53:13  

Mark,

I was saying that before my pistol was converted to an LD it was a Crosman Mk 2 pistol which was a .177.  The Crosman Mark 1 model was a 22 cal and the Mark 2 Model was a .177 caliber.

David Enoch


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ray1377
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2018-05-11 12:58:36  
Posted by: DavidEnoch

Mark,

I was saying that before my pistol was converted to an LD it was a Crosman Mk 2 pistol which was a .177.  The Crosman Mark 1 model was a 22 cal and the Mark 2 Model was a .177 caliber.

David Enoch

Yes sir I understood what you meant. I've been doing more online searching and found out that an "LD" could be either a Mk1 or Mk2 and it's been converted to a .22 caliber with a longer barrel. From what I've read, the .22 and the .177 caliber both use the same valve and hammer.

Thanks

Ray


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Steve in NC
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2018-05-12 23:27:08  

Owned one.  Sold it.  Never looked back.  Didn't care for either the creepy simulated 2-stage trigger nor the two-step loading/cocking rigmarole.

No accounting for taste, I guess.


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Dave Larson
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2018-05-14 08:41:35  

I totally agree that they are very consistent. I picked one up on the classifieds a couple years ago and really enjoy it. I use a coil hose and HPA with mine for tons of shots, very accurate and fairly quiet. I have to agree with Steve about that trigger though... I got used to it and the squishy pull doesn’t bother me anymore. I was going to ask A.Z. about making it into a light crisp one stage trigger. I know nothing about them, dose anyone know if  it’s possible?

 

 


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Cruisers
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2018-05-14 09:00:10  

But, the rest of us LOVE them. I don't have to have an Olympic special to really enjoy it. These Crosman MKI or MKII are real classics. Couple with the Corcoran custom stock and the conversion, and it's truly special.


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Steve in NC
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2018-05-14 11:29:44  
Posted by: Dave Larson

I totally agree that they are very consistent. I picked one up on the classifieds a couple years ago and really enjoy it. I use a coil hose and HPA with mine for tons of shots, very accurate and fairly quiet. I have to agree with Steve about that trigger though... I got used to it and the squishy pull doesn’t bother me anymore. I was going to ask A.Z. about making it into a light crisp one stage trigger. I know nothing about them, dose anyone know if  it’s possible?

 

 

I certainly meant no criticism of those who have one and like it.  After all, it's difference of opinion that makes horse races interesting!  LOL!

Meanwhile, the MKI/II trigger really already is a single-stage trigger, with only spring-loaded take-up used to simulate two.  Because that single stage consists of a simple sear engaging directly with the hammer, engagement isn't consistent or bump-resistant enough for safety unless it's made reasonably deep.

Which translates to irreducible creep.


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Dave Larson
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2018-05-14 14:46:47  

Oh well I’m already used to it being being squishy and creepy. Thanks for the information about the trigger, I’ll just use as is. I had to ask though.


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