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another new hw100kt :-)

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by mr mcgoo, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. mr mcgoo

    mr mcgoo Engaging Member

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    over the last 15 plus years i have shot alot of air rifles and owned alot. i have had the likes of air arms pcp, daystate airwolfs, bsa r10s mk1-2. after selling my last kt earlier (wedding fund/house) in the year i instantly regretted it. i know its personal choice but the build quality and accuracy of the HW100 beggers belief! no other rifle out there offers a more complete and well thought out package.i collect my new one a week monday and cant wait to go out hunting straight away. stayed with the 177 and fitting my hawke sidewindar tactical 10x42.one thing i know im never selling this one as i just wont need anything else.ill post pics od new setup soon
     
  2. BIG HITTER

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    the HW 100 is one of them guns everyone should own at some point to appreciate just how good they are bet your trigger finger is itching already good luck with your new rifle :hunting:
     
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    my HW100 is definately the best rifle i`ve owned :)
     
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    I will get one one day everyone raves about them but i have
    to say my airarms s510 is very very accurate i can't believe
    a hw100 could be any better ? Atb Si
     
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    Well all my other guns are accurate and reliable, but you just know with the HW it will always do its stuff, same power, same POI. Only problem is the amount of custom gear for them, stocks, aluminium or titainium air cylinders, complete tuning kits etc, its hard to resist after you've had it a while. Enjoy the journey !
     
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    and people say there ugly yes they must be on drugs or something
     
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    No I couldn't call this ugly mate[​IMG][​IMG] And it shoots as well as it looks cant put dead things on the thread but looking through my personal folder its took some good bags over the years
     
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    Engraver, I thought mine looked ok. That is stunning! WoW. :claping:
     
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    ., the wood on that is stunning.
     
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    There it is again... The nicest hw I've ever seen.
     
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    personally im not a lover of wood stocks but that one is pure class
     
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    My HW100KT is the first airgun i have had for many years, it's accuracy amazes me compared to the olden days.
     
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    thanks for all the comments, cant wait to get it now! that is a lovely stock to. there are a few to choose from in the shop so ill be picking the best of the bunch. no time off to get thrugh until next week though
     
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    Yes I got one it's ok I suppose :bored:
     
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    Lacking a little love on this one. But one out of a dozen positives ant bad.

    You want one, go buy and enjoy.

    Andrew
     
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    OMG that is amazing grain on the wood,

    And yes hw100 its the one of the best pcp out there.
     
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    Sorry to jump the OP thread but how do you find the Rowan trigger? Will it reach forward more than the standard? As mine is to set back for my liking. I had one on an old custom ultra but cant remember how much adjustment was in them.

    Also is that a A&M air cyl and moderator? Are they worth the money? Im not overly fussed about shot count as i already get 6 full mags, but would be nice to know the approx increase in shot count on the karbine.

    I currently have a twink mk2 on mine which is nice, shorter, but a bit more weighty than the HW.
     
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    ok then while were on ...i have a brand new one i bought 3 months ago and shot 30 pellets max through it....lol

    but how far off the rear is the optimum place for a sling stud ...looking at that gorgeous picture of wood...i may fit one if i get some proper advice and where do we get them
     

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