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Advice Advice needed on a PCP Air rifle please!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by EGunner, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. EGunner

    EGunner Engaging Member

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    @ Secretagent Mole ... Looks fairly decent, but I can't find much info on it, got an official website?
    @ o050cal0o ... Must be multishot :p The R10 loses around 150-200 ft/s compared to other .22's at 12 ft/lb

    I know its a little over my budget however I think I know a place that does them for less and are flexible...But...Im finding it hard to compete with the Air Arms S200 with the magazine converter .... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mKdZB5l8xc ... Looks pretty good, Only about 50-60 shots though :/

    Also the S-10 which o050cal0o pointed out can be bought within budget...second hand
     
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    Tbh I think you either have to increase your budget or decease your wish list.
    For £400 you can have my s410 and tick all of your wish list.
     
  3. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    Hmmm looks pretty good moley, but I think I'm going to go with the Air Arms S200 (with magazine conversion) or the BSA Super 10, which ever my budget at the time is closest to :p

    ... Thanks for all your help guys!!!! :)
     
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    hi mate,see your from lincoln,have you had a look on the city airweapons web site i know http://cityairweaponslincoln.co.uk/air_rifles.html there not the best in the world,but they have a few pcp,s for sale,just a thought,or you could give paul taylor a ring at kexby country store and ask what he has in stock.
     
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    I would not go to Lincoln City Airweapons unless I had a personal protection squad with me, the guy who runs it is like Aunty Wainwright, he is dangerous. He can also be very single minded and steer you towards something you do not want. In fact he can use downright lies to get you into the shop. It happened to the wife, he said he had a left handed Daystate for sale, she drive the 40 or so miles there to find it is right handed, not a mistake that is easily made. He then tried to hawk various cheap rifles to her which were not what she wanted. She told him to go forth and multiply.

    I have recommended a shop you can venture into with relative safety and is good to deal with when things go wrong (had a problem with a hand pump he sold me, he fixed the problem, no complaints)!
     
  8. EGunner

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    I totally agree with the city air weapons, terrible service by the bloke who runs that! and telephone manners..wow!! its like he doesnt want the business! a woman in there i dealt with was very good though, i'd never go by just what he says though i want an idea of a few guns, try them out there and pick what i thinks best :)
     
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    Well Partridges have a variety of guns, both PCP and spring powered, go there and try, that Hatsan AT44 is a nice weapon though! Plenty of people have them and rate them! Partridges also have an HFT course out the back, as you do like....
     
  10. EGunner

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    Partridges is too far out my way mate but will ask city air weapons about one ta
     
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    Why not go down the c02 route as you will deffo get all the kit you are looking for within your budget...You can pick up a full legal UK powered tuned th/qb78 for about £200 if you look around possibly with scope, moderator and slip but if you have £100 or so left than you could get it all for that anyway...No recoil, quiet, no trips to get refilled as c02 can de delivered legally to your door and you can also get mag conversion for these too...Thats the only way I think you will get what your after for that kind of budget...;)
     
  12. EGunner

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    Hmmm, interesting, will look into it thanks :)

    What co2 rifles would you suggest? preferably not smk they amazing for value but, dont live up to what they say they do!
     
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