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A durable interlocking replacement foresight block to replace broken Air Arms or BSA without the need to purchase a full foresight kit.
Foresight Blocks V2
Replacement Foresight blocks for Air Arms or BSA standard Foresight element tunnel. These are a direct replacement for broken Air Arms or BSA foresight blocks. My Own design interlocking with a securing allen screw. Price is per 1 set of blocks only (Comprising 1 allen screw, 1 block open hold, 1 block with heat inset thread) (4 images shown on page to highlight design)
A durable interlocking replacement foresight block to replace broken Air Arms or BSA without the need to purchase a full foresight kit.
Palm Rest for MPR / TS400 Rail Mounted
Palm Shelf for the Air Arms MPR / TS400. Note this is not permitted in Sporter Competitions please make sure you check the rules of the competition. Max Height for MPR/TS400 from Centreline of Barrel to bottom of Stock (Depth of Fore End Rule D is 120mm) Dimensions 140mm long x 46mm wide by 25mm high.
Pellet Holder V5 BSA Silver Star - With Removable Dual sided Plate
This is a V5 Pellet holder design for the BSA Silver Star Rifle. This pellet holder is not able to be personalised as it is ambi fitting. Meaning it is ideal for clubs. in that it can be fitted to the left of the right side of the rifle, both sides of the pellet holder are flat to hold the foam or sticky tape for holding the pellets.

Plate Size approx 7.5 x 7.5 cm big enough to hold 20 to 30 pellets evenly spaced.

A Pellet holder is an essential tool in Targetsprint affixed to the rail mount forward of the breach allowing for a quick pickup of pellets from the plate of the pellet holder to insert into the breach with the smallest amount of movement. The time saved by loading from a pellet holder to picking your pellet from the rifle stand is essential is you want to improve upon your time.

The pellet holder slides onto the rail mount forward of the breach and is secured by tightening the 2mm Allen screw. It is only the pellet holder that is supplied the means of holding the pellets is not. 
This can be achieved with either Double sided sticky tape or my preference stickyback craft foam with 4mm holes punched into it.

Pellet holders like this are used by the GB Team and the German teams, this is a must have item for a serious target sprinter!
Sight Riser
BSA Silver Star Sight Riser - Select Height
Sight Riser for BSA Silver Star. Printed to required Height and colour, select from dropdowns before adding to cart. The Rear Mount is 65mm Long and has 2 x Securing Points. The foresight is 10mm long and has 1 x securing point. The risers slide onto the 13mm (approx) rear rail and 11mm fore rail and are secured by tightening the 2mm allen screws. When ordering please specify the sizes required. The minimum height is 11mm to allow for fixings. These will fit Air Arms MPR and other Similar Rifles. Note: Rules state Centre of Dioptre to Centre of Barrel max 60mm.
Slide on Blinder - Pair
Two Blinders to Slide/Clip onto std Air Arms, BSA or similar Dioptre Sights with 8mm thread.

Choose Colour before adding to Basket. Options are Opaque, White, Black.
Black is often used for Bright Sunlight e.g. in Targetsprint to avoid glare from the Opaque/white.

Complies with ISSF Rule [] & Sporter rules.The centre point of the Dioptre to edge of these Blinders is approx 90mm, and the width is 29.5mmRules allow for100mm and 30mm Wide.

Why use a Blinder
By closing one eye it is understood to impair the ability to judge depth and distance.You also cause the open eye work to harder which can lead to eye strain. Closing one eye can also affect your balance.For these reasons using a blinder can assist in improving your shooting. Some shooters choose to use a blinder to force the use of the non dominant eye in preference to holding the rifle / pistol in a preferred hand.These blinders are also suitable to be used with a headband. You can either place the holed end under the headband or affix some velcro.

Instructions on use
Holding the blinder with the opening away from you. Place a finger into center of blinder just below the hole, push down with this finger whilst holding the sides to create a slight curve, Then slide onto diopter. Small cracking sounds maybe heard on first few applications. Use same process to remove. Use Caution if turning blinder from one side to the other due to the clip on design the opening may catch on the edge of the diopter housing.Following these guidelines should result in many uses. (Random tests have allowed for min 200 uses although this may vary dependent on use}(Note this is for the Blinder Only, the dioptre sight shown is for illustration purposes only)

Alternative Free Version
Just cut out from a plastic milk bottle, just may not look as nice.
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I am a qualified NSRA County Coach for both air rifle and pistol and regularly invovled in coaching local scouts and the Scout National Squad members. I am also involved in Target Sprint and currently an Educator for British Shooting. 
I started 3d printing when the cost of sight risers in particular seemed to be out of the price range for most beginner shooters. Sight risers being an important aspect in achieving a good position in shooting. Suggestions then came in about other products which have been developed with the input of shooters from many backgrounds some of which have also competed for GB.
If the items you are looking for are not on sale here then please to email me with a sketch and dimensions of your idea and I will gladly look into designing it for you. 
My printing is limited in size however so we are looking at smaller items within a size of 200x200x200mm. 
I am able to print in PLA, PETG and ABS and hold stock of a few colours, if the colour is not listed I may be able to purchase this for your project or Item.