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Airwolf

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Greg B, Oct 20, 2008.

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  1. Greg B

    Greg B Well-Known Member

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    Stock Airwolf in .177 with the synthetic stock, a flectarn bottle cover (thanks to those gents who provided the links:up:) and a Nikko Sterling Nighteater Scope with Iluminated Reticule. There is normally a Weirauch silencer on it as well.

    [​IMG]
     
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    thats one dam fiiine looking gun! love the stealthy look of it
     
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    do you hunt with it mate or is it for hft:up:
    like it
     
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    Very nice looking Wolfie mate:D:up:........cant say the same about the bed sheet:):p
     
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    Milo, its for Hunting. I will have a bash at HFT at some stage.

    Worrying, very worrying. Andy, rest assured there is no chance in hell of you seeing my quilt cover in person. However thanks for your interior decorating comments. I'll let you get back to your embroidery and gushing over the costumes on strictly come dancing.:p


     
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    What have you done?!!!!
     
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    Que????

     
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    i am not useualy a fan of plastic stocks . i like a bit timber on my guns but i do like that it looks loosh mate !:up::D
     
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    No no no it looks cheap.
     
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    bit harsh init ??


    eatch to there own mate .. to be honist i like both pics
     
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    Be honest yourself!lol
     
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    what do ya mean ???:confused:
     
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    The Airwolf club. :D


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    haveing a bit of a p***ing compertition here lol
     
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    Your scope is bigger than mine!
    Glad to see a wood/un-pimped Airwolf. Looks fantastic as standard.
     
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    I wouldnt say that a stock off the shelf rifle with a synthetic stock has been pimped. Likewise the bottle cover is there for protecting the bottle from scratches and to give my paws something better to grip than some slick shiny paint.
    I dont like wooden stocks, never have, far too sensitive to the environment in the wet and cold, require more tlc than the weapon itself to keep it looking smart.
    Functionality, not prettiness:p
     
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    Environment wont cause it to be any less accurate as the gun mechanism is not affected.
    Anyway, synthetics are a b****r to sell secondhand and to about 80% of people look Censored.
     
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    It is a case of horses for courses, but thank you very much for slagging down my rifle. Manners arent exactly your strong point are they?

     
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    LOL no how did you guess! No point going round the houses, get straight to the point.
     
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    No worries then,
    Personally after seeing your Airwolf I would not waste time or cam tape around a scope whilst leaving a light brown shiny wood stock, scope glass, chrome trigger and bolt action twinkling brightly in the sunshine.
    A bit like hanging a bean can exhaust off a Corsa in the vain attempt it will make it go faster.....
    But then again thats your opinion of what you want to do with your air rifle, likewise I prefer synthetic stocks, whilst they dont look as warm and pretty as a wooden one, they are in my humble professional opinion more practical and user friendly, which is why I spent the extra money to achieve that.
    If you dont have anything good to say, then dont, people will get offended.

     
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