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Acquired a non working FLZ air rifle.  Says original v model 1929 on the barrel.  Trying to get some info. On this gun.  Looking for specs or schematic so I can get it working again.  Any help would be great. 

Posted : 10/07/2018 02:59:36
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Presumably you've looked in the gallery under FLZ? I don't really have any more information so far, nor exploded views, unfortunately, beyond the patent drawing here. I think these were pretty basic rifles, internally. Maybe if you post some pics of your rifle, someone knowledgeable will chip in?

Posted : 10/07/2018 15:48:38
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Hello Garvin,

I am a new member hoping to get a bit of guidance. My Dad brought a Langenham FLZ Original V back as a souvenir after WW2. It has been stored since 1946. I recently acquired and the rifle appears to be fully intact with serial number 121852. However, it appears to have an issue with the trigger return spring not catching the sear. Being a novice, I am wondering if any of the members have experience removing the trigger assembly to get to the spring and sear. Also, how to find a replacement (if it is bad)? Will posting here with you get the word out? It is difficult to obtain info on vintage air rifles. Thanks for any assistance you can provide or another source you can recommend.


Posted : 03/06/2019 04:40:26
Posts: 156

if the rifle are complete new spring can be made and new leather seals can be made or found

I would guess that the BSA Standard's might have similar guts but you would have to be lucky and do some home work

Posted : 09/06/2019 04:21:43