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2014 Got a new gun,then show us :)

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by gasman, Jan 5, 2014.

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    Good choice mate :D
     
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    Love some Brownings. What silencer is that?
     
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    It might be autumn now....... .. But it's always spring at my place!

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    Top is a 97, with on old 77 spring and a guide of unknown origin fitted with a Steve Pope trigger - runs at about 10.5lbs and accurate as hell.
    Next is my new, (to me), 97 vmach kit and Rowan set back trigger fitted by UK Neil. Not had chance to shoot it yet so roll on Saturday. I'll fit a bisley pad to it before then though.
    3rd is my little Terrus, stuffed with lead, open sights and great fun to shoot.

    Bottom is a 98 on semi permanent loan, short stroked with a lightened piston, deadly accurate - but too light to match the 97 for easy consistency though I have shot a 51 with this gun, only 2 less than my PB.
     
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    My new to me Feinwerkbau C10.

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    liking that mate :up:
     
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    Yes, I'm very pleased with it. It's 26 years old and it was a world class match pistol in it's day, with Feinwerkbau's legendary build quality and arguably just as accurate as todays state of the art PCP's. A Gentleman at my club sold it to me for £250 c/w 2 x cylinders and a 6.35 KG CO2 bottle that a company not so far away from me charges £8 to fill. It shoots beautifully, and luckily, it fits my hand perfectly. I'm just going to adjust the trigger a little bit more forward and it'll be perfect. I got 180 good shots out of one charge today. I've also got a couple of out of test 2KG CO2 fire extinguishers that I can use to charge it. I can tell that I'm really going to get along well with it, so I'm going to sell my Baikal MP-46M.
     
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    I can just tell that I'm going to get along with this pistol.

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    I'm sure I've seen a bit somewhere about how to convert a c10 to pcp, i'll have a think and a search
     
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    Heres mine..It was either an HW45, a Brocock Atomic or an Alecto, with the Alecto being last choice as the photos Id seen didnt do the gun justice. Its superb, points nice and excellent weight. I havent really shot it much but plan to rectify that tomorrow. Its got a little Walther Top Point on which is great.
     
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    Well after this thread I am surprised that I have gone and got me another Daystate MK4 IS Target. I couldn't resist at this price and so far two of the issues seen on the previous rifle aren't there. The action sits tight in the stock and the single shot tray sits nicely. I haven't got round to shooting it yet but as soon as I have I'll come back and report my findings. Anyway, its the Target version (trigger/stripper) and as I got it for a song I couldn't resist the temptation. Nice stock on it too.
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    Yes, it can be done with this. http://www.pilkguns.com/specials.shtml I'm not going to bother though. CO2 is cheap and easily available. I'd only consider doing it if I had to replace both of the pistols CO2 cylinders, because the air conversion kit doesn't cost a huge amount more.
     
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    Did you get bored Mick?
    looks very nice (for a pcp)
     
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    I did bud, the Goldstar is taking too long to appear on the shelves.
     
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    here's my latest addition. after a 5 month wait my TM1000 has finally arrived. haven't had chance to try it on a course yet but have managed to zero it. first impressions are. the rifle is built like a tank, very solid. it has some weight to it but im used to that with my airwolf. cocking the rifle is very smooth and jsb exacts fit very snug in the barrel. did a quick group at 30 yards and got just a ragged hole. very impressed with everything about the rifle so well worth the wait.:D View attachment 105861 View attachment 105862
     
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    Well worth the wait, I'm sure:up:
     
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