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Question Air Force One AR 15/ M16....anyone any experience with this rifle?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jantar, Jun 13, 2014.

  1. jantar

    jantar Donator

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    Looking for a lightweight for my wifey I saw an advert for this but cannot find any decent information on it. All I have been able to find is that it is a decent upgrader from an airsoft one to a true pellet type.
    Best of all its a really low cost at 100ish just in case she opts not to shoot and I get to keep it as a garden plinker.
    Anyone? :rolleyes:
     
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    Ay 100 quid or less it's hard to argue you might as well get it anyway, but the M16 style sights & stock, similar to mine from Gunpower aren't the best.
     
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    Ive been trying to find info on this also as my daughter likes it. I have to say i dont like it. For 100 ypu could get a ratcatcher for her. If she dont like shooting your have a decent highly modable rifle.

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    Just read your sig & you already have a ratty lol. If you do get one let us know what its like. Im going to get the desert falcon off them now & they will deliver to your door upto 50 mile rad :)
     
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  4. cloverleaf

    cloverleaf Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    No experience with that particular rifle, but I've found other AirForceOne products to be overpriced, poor-quality tat. For £100 I doubt you're going to get a rifle that's fit for anything other than the bin..
     
  5. jantar

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    :rolleyes: 'Bout what I thought and expected....Its the Ratchtcher for me then to go with my modded C2250 for which the new trigger assembly arrived this morning.
    Thanx all..........
     
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    Donki Oaty Where's the time going?

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    iF YOU BOUGHT IT YOU COULD BE THE FIRST TO WRITE A REVIEW AND INFORM ALL OF US IF IT'S ANY GOOD! ;)

    OOPS

    Not shouting didn't notice the caps and can't be arsed to delete
     
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    Sorry Donki Oaty but I will be saving my pennies by sticking to the Crossy's considering that I already have a few and the Ratcatcher will be yet another. That at least has a proven reputation, is easily moddable and I already have loads of bits that will fit it. :rolleyes:reviews I have read online, even those of the USA make it a really bad buy and suited only as a plinker for boys.....

    From some of the
     

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