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Air Arms Galahad Or Zbroia Kozak Or Hw100t

Discussion in 'Airgun Reviews' started by Aponalto, Mar 17, 2019.

  1. Aponalto

    Aponalto Newbie

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    i want to buy a pcp airguns and i dont know what to buy of the following: air arms galahad, zbroia kozak or HW100T. 177 all
    From the reviews i saw that Galhad is regulated in 16 joules and i dont know if the power is enough for peagons at distance 50-70m.
    The other airguns is in 30joules.
    I like the bullpud size but i read very possitive reviews for HW100T. Could someone help me to choose please?
     
  2. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    What power the Galahad is depends on where you are.
    From the way you write I would guess you are not a UK resident.
    A pigeon at 50 metres is not a shot I would take....
     
  3. Aponalto

    Aponalto Newbie

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    Yes i m from Cyprus.
    I think Galahad is at 16 joules power and the other 2 in 30joules.
    I want to make the better choice for airgun and i want some help ans opinions about this airguns possitives and negatives if they have
     
  4. Matool

    Matool Engaging Member

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    The kozak every time mate :thumb:
     
  5. TonyB55

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    I would not choose a high power .177 as a long range hunting rifle. 50m is a long shot to be certain you are in the kill zone unless you are an exceptional shot. I would suggest it would be better with a bigger calibre, maybe .25, and shorter range.
     
  6. Marky-Boy

    Marky-Boy Just The Two + 1

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    HW100 for Life
     
  7. pjgtech

    pjgtech He's NOT the Messiah, he's a very naughty boy.....

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    Hmm, shooting live prey at 70m? with an airgun? really? :facepalm:
     
  8. Aponalto

    Aponalto Newbie

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    Its not permitted.25 in Cyprus only .177.
    I didnt told that i will shooting at 70m but most 40-50m but i want something with the less problems for examble o-rings-regulators etc.
    I like bullpud but here in cyprus i saw only the air arms galahad and kozak.
    All here they told me to take hw100. they dont know the other brands very much for the
    reliability so i want more opinions from people they have this guns.
     
  9. Matool

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    If you want reliable the air arms s410 would be perfect and it's easily capable of the accuracy your after with close to any pellet too.
     
  10. cjsid

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    I would go Kozak tbh since they are made to be higher powered
     

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