Tingle Pistol Stuff

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sheriffjohn

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Have two Tingle pistols, both 3-digit serial #'s. One my father bought in the 60's, the other I acquired maybe 20 years ago. At the time Dad bought the first one we were at the Bagnal Dam gunshow at the Lake of the Ozarks. I remember the display not only had the single-shot pistols but an array of various barrels, a shoulder stock, at least one if not two rifles as well. Recently I acquired a rifle barrel which has taken a long time to find. Anyway, does anyone have at least a photo of the shoulder stock? I realize finding one of those is probably not going to happen. Simply would like to see what they look like. Thanks!
 

deermanok

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I never heard of that pistol so I looked it up. It's kinda like the old TC scout. I also found a pistol called the Marbles game getter. It had a basic wire shoulder stock.
Ebay might be a source to check for a stock unless you can fabricate one.
 

sheriffjohn

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I never heard of that pistol so I looked it up. It's kinda like the old TC scout. I also found a pistol called the Marbles game getter. It had a basic wire shoulder stock.
Ebay might be a source to check for a stock unless you can fabricate one.
Thanks. I'm trying to get some of his original items together. Unfortunately, he passed away many years ago. His pistols are exceptionally well made and you see them from time to time at matches. Both the pistols and the rifle barrel I have are .40, but even shotgun barrels were made. A copy came out long after he passed, but they were not the same quality. There was also a revolver, but I've never seen one.

Maybe 50 years ago, Dad had the original paperwork but that was lost long ago.
Thanks for the reply.
 

michiganmuzzy

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I have a clone of the Tingle. ASM/CVA Prospector. I would love to put a rifle stock or adapter on it. Ive seen some that i think would work well or could be very close to what he might have made. Im thinking that a revolving carbine stock is about right for it. Checkout these guys. There are stocks for most popular bp revolvers

 

sheriffjohn

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I have a clone of the Tingle. ASM/CVA Prospector. I would love to put a rifle stock or adapter on it. Ive seen some that i think would work well or could be very close to what he might have made. Im thinking that a revolving carbine stock is about right for it. Checkout these guys. There are stocks for most popular bp revolvers

Thanks for the info. Checking it out.
 
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