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Absolute Lightest Single Shot Pcp Carbine / Sbr

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Steved, Nov 19, 2019.

  1. Bad shot

    Bad shot Engaging Member

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    Sorry Kozak
     
  2. sagalout

    sagalout Roll on January 2nd

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    You're going to get splinters sitting the fence. Stop beating about the bush and tell us what you really think :p
     
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    I have a mate who has a contour who puts it in his back pack,you wouldnt know he had a rifle in there at all,and its definately not sh@£,its nice looking,very very light and shoots fine.
     
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    If you can't find a 2nd hand contour a ultra should fit the bill just fine:thumb:
     
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  5. Steved

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    Got an Ultra already, nice gun but to heavy for my needs.
     
  6. Dan Machin

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    My local gunshop has one for sale now, £395 I believe, I love my Fn19 it's light, accurate and kills any quarry, rabbit, magpie, jackdaw, woodies, etc out to 35- 40yds
     
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    I've shot 3000 fpe air rifle, built around 20mm Madsen anti tank rifle barrel. They told me that PCPs have no recoil ...
     
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    Second this
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  9. Regal Man

    Regal Man Keyboard Hero

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    They are cracking guns , never owned one. But shot a second hand .22. If it was in 177, I would have bought one. It was awesome. Are you tempted to buy a second one so you have a pair ?
     
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    Nice Rangefinder Leshiy. I have one too, so simple!
     
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    robs5230 леший

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    No matter how many times you ask this question, the answer will always be the same.

    Leshiy
     
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    32:1 Theoben user

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    If its got to be light the leishy surely excellent but expensive.

    A friend of mine has a brand new, still in the box Brocock concept, very light and if of any interest he might sell


    Chris
     
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    agreed. Mine is definately not sh@£ and the most consistent bag filler of my hunting rifles.
     
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    I had an 8shot FN12 in 177 but the shot count was poor due to the reduced cylinder size, only got around 40 good shots, loading it was a faff too! So Im sticking to single shot rifles now, have and love my Fn19 and also a single shot webley raider which is nice, all my others are springers.
     
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    P15. Very light with only 2.1 kilo and it can be shot with magazine or single shot
     
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    They may well turn out to be s**t but can you say that from first-hand experience? A lot thought that the P15 would be a non-starter but time has proved different.
     
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    P15. Excellent.

    Pete.
     
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    I can certainly say that form experience about the Brococks that were the subject of my reply - not a great design nor particularly well made, muzzle energy and QC all over the place.. which is a shame as the format of a tiny lightweight rifle is obviously very appealing to many.
     
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    FX streamline 2.6kg, just fit a single shot tray in there
     

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