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Thread: What is a vintage, antique or collectable airgun?

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    Prof. Jan Itor

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    Default What is a vintage, antique or collectable airgun?

    On the American "Vintage Airguns" Forum: the generally accepted definition is anything that is no longer being built and is older than 20 years. Antique would be anything over 51 years (generally accepted standard is anything over 100 years old).
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    Hi Citizen K, if Anti-que is 51 years then my 106 year old BSA must be a Grani-que.
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