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    Thumbs up "Gejluk" Indonesia Air Rifle.



    air rifle made ​​in Indonesia.

    how do you think about this air rifle?

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    Remarkable! What calibre is it? And how powerful? Having to repeatedly ram the barrel end into the ground seems an odd design choice, though. No offence meant.
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    I think that buy the time you pumped the sucker up, anything you were intending on shooting will have long gone!
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    thats going to so broken after a days shooting

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    Not much about this airgun on the interwebs, but it seems to be a 'pump-up pcp', a bit like the FX Independence.

    So you only have to go through the 'ramming' process once a day
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    And after all that pumping/banging it on the ground, you just spend all its energy rezeroing the scope think i would give this a miss

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    thats nothing new guys. we have multi pumps like that here in the philippines from the 60's. one usually finds those in the provinces. pump em up about 30-40 times & they are good for around 10 shots. they can shoot pellets & or ***. some are dual powered (pump or co2).
    i've yet to see one with a scope mounted on though.

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    The pump rod looks very flimsy tho, wouldn't know what to do once its bent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernz View Post
    thats nothing new guys. we have multi pumps like that here in the philippines from the 60's. one usually finds those in the provinces. pump em up about 30-40 times & they are good for around 10 shots. they can shoot pellets & or ***. some are dual powered (pump or co2).
    i've yet to see one with a scope mounted on though.
    Lol I can see why
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    By the time you've finished ramming the end of the barrel into the ground you'd be better off putting a handful of lead shot into it, that way you have a chance of hitting something.
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