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Air Arms Prosport

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Jagdwaffen, Oct 5, 2019.

  1. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    This is my Walnut .22 Air Arms Prosport .......it's a belter. It seems to love RWS Super Fields.......

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    Mmmmmee likey :thumb:
     
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  3. Rotherham Owl

    Rotherham Owl It's all about the enthusiasm!

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    Very nice indeed.
     
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    Nice gun mate the prosport is the super model of the spring gun world.
     
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    There is no doubt about it that is a very lovely gun. The only problem is that when i had mine i couldnt wait to get rid. We just did not get on. Now the tx long and short in .177 we get on very well.
     
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  6. Jagdwaffen

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    Cheers gents......I had wanted one for some time so when a friend picked this one up and sold it to me I was made up. It's very pleasant on the eye indeed.....:thumb:. Oh and it shoots lovely too.
     
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  7. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    That's a shame Pete....but I've heard a few people say the same thing. The TX is a fine rifle too mate.....I have the .22 Walnut version in HC and again a great rifle. :thumb:
     
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    Nice! Thanks for the tip re: RWS Superfields. I have a tin of those somewhere. I've been using JSBs in various weights and H&N FTTs on mine and while OK, the consistency and grouping isn't great as one would expect from a rifle with that price tag.
     
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    Yes i was desperate to love it. I think it was the cocking stroke i found unpleasant plus i had and still have two great 97,s and it struggled against them. Looking at that sideways pic of your gun i got a bit of a tug which i shall definitely ignore.
     
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  10. Jagdwaffen

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    Ah well give them a go.....usually cheaper as well than JSB so if they do group well it's a double whammy :thumb:.
     
  11. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    There are some rifles Pete aren't there that just push those buttons....thanks for the comments Pete. ;)
     
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    pjgtech Bah Humbug.......

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    Phwoooarr!!! Proper gun porn filth that is.......put it away..... :D :D :D
     
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    pjgtech Bah Humbug.......

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    Since we are posting PS pics, heres mine.... :)
    Walnut stocks  PS april 2019.jpg AA Pro Sport Trigger.jpg pro sport gold lettering aug 2019 small jpg (1).jpg AirArms ProSport dec 2018 with scope (2).jpg AirArms ProSport dec 2018 with scope (4).jpg
     
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    You are welcome:)
     
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    Wow... A rifle that likes Superfields. I've never had one of those. Super looking rifle by the way!
     
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    Got to be hands down one of the best looking guns of any type.
     
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    Looks like a Deerhunter rifle v elegant. I heard a few people complain about the cocking mechanism some say it's uncomfortable without gloves. Is it lighter than the Tx?
     
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  19. Jagdwaffen

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    Thanks FF.....and Yes I was surprised too about the RWS preference.....but the proof is in the 5 holes under a 5p at 35 yards. Air Arms work very well too mind but the price difference is a no brainer.

    Cheers Gary :thumb:
     
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  20. Jagdwaffen

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    I've only had the rifle a month or thereabouts.....I haven't really noticed an uncomfortable cocking action if I'm honest. The beech version of the pro sport weighs a tonne :eek:....however the walnut is considerably less. My walnut pro sport is lighter than my Walnut TX200 HC :thumb:
     
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