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A Diana (Milbro) “double metal” target holder. It was designed to be used with either darts or pellets and may have been manufactured in the 1970s. These are a rare find as most would have been well used and eventually thrown away. To find one complete with its box, darts, targets and wooden block was a very lucky find! It was probably found in someone’s late grandfather’s draw or attic which had been stored away and forgotten about.

Until next time, happy shooting!

Jimmie Dee

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A Webley and Scott pre-war .22 calibre pellet tin. These tins are distinctly different from the more common post war tin. They are also quite rare in comparison. The most notable difference between the pre-war and post-war tins is the singular rifle reference. This is because when these tins were produced in the late 1930’s, Webley and Scott was producing only one model of air rifle, the MKII Service Air Rifle. Production of the MKI had ceased a few years earlier.

Until next time, happy shooting!

Jimmie Dee

Here’s some peculiar targets. I assume they’re German as they came with the Crosman 38T “Target” air pistol from Germany. Very strange, especially the one with the wasps!

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