Thanks Northwest Airguns, Victor Brown, and Tim Mcmurray Mac1
This Thank you deserves the special attention given to the topic titles persons.
This is Tom. I am a nobody but love my airguns.
I entered and saw the contest on a this forum - And by golly got lucky and won.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
I can't say enough Thanks to Jon Brown Northwestairguns, Victor Brown for his donation, And Tim Mcmurray of MAC1 for setting the gun up.
I am Very grateful for the opportunity to enter and win.
THANK YOU ALL.
To everyone wondering about me. I am not a really smart and knowledgeable person especially with airguns. So I really can't provide the great information that the forums offer like so many intelligent people. I can only say that I love reading and learning about them - shooting them too.
I guess I am the A-number one lurking. Wish I could be a better participant on the forums with great information like I read. I may someday be able to provide decent advice. Also I am kind of a loner kind of guy.
Oh by the way, my main use is plinking and destroying racoons, opossums, skunks, starlings, and crud birds on my small farm that at times plague my place.
I do love song birds and others. Especially the eastern blue birds which frequent our place every year.
Aresenal in Airarms rifles and a monsoon for longer range, Leishy for inside and medium duty, and now a crosman 600 for inside and close range.
Again a big Thank You.
I have been researching and trying to come up to speed and adumakate myself on this pistol. I think I reàd that Mr. Merz was the brains and held the secrets on it and its production which stayed only with him - I could be wrong.
I have much to learn.
Apparently thìs is one of if not the best ever made crosman products ever. What a treat. It is no wonder it has such a following after this many years and I need to cherish it açcordingly.
Back to learning now.