With thanks to Lawrie A for these pics.
Armigas-type 80-shot ball repeater
These pics came from a now-defunct website originally posted around the year 2000 by the UK airgun collector, Jeff Lawes, under the heading 'strange airguns'. Jeff described this rifle as a 'Zamas'.
He said: "THIS IS ONE OF MY MORE ODD AND RARE GUNS (NOT WORTH MUCH MONEY) BUT A GOOD COLLECTORS ITEM FOR SOMEONE LIKE ME, WHO ENJOYS THE MECHANICS OF AIRGUNS , IT HAS A TUBE ON THE SIDE THAT HOLDS 80 LEAD BALLS, FIRES AS FAST AS YOU CAN PULL THE TRIGGER, IT WORKS ON THE 'BLOWBACK VALVE 'SYSTEM, AS IT HAS A LARGE BAULK Co2 RESERVOIR IT WILL SHOOT ALL THE MAGAZINE AND SOME MORE."
"THIS IS A CLOSE
UP OF THE MAGAZINE AND BOLT" "THIS SHOWS THE VERY
SIMPLE BLOW BACK SYSTEM. PULL THE TRIGGER, THE HAMMER IS BLOWN BACK AND THE SPRING CATCHES IT READY TO BE PULLED AGAIN"
Armigas Record pistol
The following two pics came from a now-defunct website originally posted around the year 2000 by the UK airgun collector, Jeff Lawes, under the heading 'strange airguns'.
Eberhard has now identified this as the Armigas model Record, which was for BBs or pellets via the loading gate.
Trev, of Cinedux.com, said this about the Armigas pistols:
Armigas (with shot counter)
Armigas Olimpic CO2 pistol
Spotted on eGun.de. The auction blurb translation (via Google Translate) is: "This Olimpic co2 rapid fire pistol is for sale. These pistols and rifles from Olimpic and Diana 30 rifles were used in shooting galleries at the fair. But only as a rifle. this pistol is technically identical to the rifles from Olimpic. It is one of only three prototypes. the magazine holds 70 4.4mm round balls. new and unused. about 25 years old. An absolute rarity. Gladly more pictures on request. The pistol has a separate Co2 tank which is sufficient for several magazines. The pistol is filled with a special filling hose and a Co2 bottle with a riser pipe."