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Haenel 33 parts ?

DAM-DAR
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I am looking for parts for Haenel 33. I am also looking for literature. Maybe someone can help me. A few details are missing from my Haenel 33. This is a very early version, its number on wood is 402.

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Topic starter Posted : 17th July 2021 09:34
Garvin
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Posted by: @dam-dar

I am looking for parts for Haenel 33. I am also looking for literature. Maybe someone can help me. A few details are missing from my Haenel 33. This is a very early version, its number on wood is 402.

John Groenewold at J G Airguns in the US has some parts:

https://www.jgairguns.biz/33-and-33-junior-c-78_298_873/

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Posted : 17th July 2021 20:14
DAM-DAR
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I am looking for an original belt for Haenel 33 senior. There are few parts in the link provided. Thank you for your help.
I am looking for a good scan of the 33 instructions as a set for the exhibition.

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Topic starter Posted : 18th July 2021 10:55
marflow
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so finding the Unicorn or better stated find parts for a 80 year old air gun built in Europe in the 30's 

so Knibbs, Chambers list nothing but Waffencenter Gotha lists many Haenel parts but there 33 gun selector doesn't work or didn't for me and if they don't have it well you are back to the unicorn 

HAENEL (waffencenter-gotha.de)

there are 8 pages of stuff listed on Egun but that would be yours to search 

eGun

what is here is more then like the best you are going to find, oh sure everything might be out there but the connecting the dots is the hard part 

there a mention of the 33 in this post

Haenel 310 bolt action trainer: Part 1 | Blog | Pyramyd Air

so many old guns glued the printed owners manuals on the box top inside and it went with the box, at least that could be the case 

good luck and try this forum they are collector of the old and rare, even though it say American in the title 

American Vintage Airguns - American Vintage Airguns (tapatalk.com)

 

mike

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Posted : 18th July 2021 20:19
Garvin
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Re. the Haenel parts diagram, I doubt you'll find better than this from the Stoeger catalogue:

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Posted : 19th July 2021 21:49