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Lots to choose from
Umarex Legends CO2 BB-in-cartridge
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Walther CO2 .177
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Seneca Sumatra 2500 PCP .22, .25
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Hatsan Vectis PCP .177, .22, .25
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Seneca Eagle Claw Carbine PCP .22, .25
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The hunting lever rifle options were kind of limited for a few years with the Sumatra being the top of its class but very expensive. But prices are falling.
The latest offering, Seneca Eagle Claw, is a lot of the latest tech in a package under $500 and is getting excellent reviews. Squirrels...
 

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I picked up an old used Daisy lever-action the other day for cheap. Interesting one, though, as it's not the usual Red Ryder affair, but it's set up like a replica of a real-deal pew-pew. Even has a loading gate on the side that you use for loading BB's. Bought it from the LGS that said it was a "non-firing" one, only intended to use it as a wall-hanger (to go with my decommissioned Chinese Mosin-Nagant and replica trapdoor rifle), but got it home, oiled it, worked the action a bit, and voila! It flings BB's as good as anything. Nothing near as nice or fancy as what ya' got above, but still... :)

Looks just like this one:

 

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You should be able to moisturize the piston seal with a few drops of pelgun oil down the barrel, give it time to reach the piston and absorb. A vintage BB gun may have had leather seals. Need to chrono that.
And just for clarification, I don't own any of those air rifles, Im just making the point that there is more lever rifle variety lately, especially for the small game hunters.
 
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