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Bullpup Weihrauch HW-100

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by jjzav, Dec 3, 2015.

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    Thanks for trying but no joy unfortunately. Cheers anyway KB1
     
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    I think I saw a video on the BAR site. The trigger mechanism looked really effective and efficient to me.
     
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    Thanks. It all appears to be to good to be true. The big question now is how do I refrain from parting with £350 . KB1
     
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    It looks interesting but there's a few things that put me off....
    The rear mount as a shim to fill the gap on the cylinder before being tightened down, surely this would mean the bottle can no longer be removed?
    There is a grub screw under the front mount, will this mark my barrel?
    The cheek piece, or lack of?
    I wouldn't buy from BAR if it was the last shop left on earth.
     
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    I fail to see how Daystates c - f - attempt can be so bad when every single one is sold out and they can't keep up with demand, somebody must like them - seems like good business to me.
     
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    Most people are gullible and think due to there name & price that they are the best. Doesn't mean they are good rifles.
     
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    Its an old, old scam, you limit supply to create demand and an illusion of popularity.

    To make the above statement that everyone is sold that can be built you must have private access to Daystate's production and sales statistics, care to share with the forum?
     
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    Speaking to Daystate Technical Dept. (the 'O' ring on my mag has broken) I enquired about sales of the Pulsar (no way would I spend that amount) and they would seem to be flying out the place, now you can only go on what you are told and that's not for me to question when given what I take to be an honest reply, whether that's a scam or not I don't really care but good luck to them for building it in the first place and if they see it as their way forward then time will tell if it's a successful approach, as for being gullible then there's not a person on the planet who at some time has not been guilty of that, (me as much as anybody else), hindsight is a wonderful thing.
     
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    I bet if you phoned Audi or VW they would also say this scandal hasn't affected them, they're cars are still flying out. No company is going to tell you if they're doing bad.
    I take it you own a daystate? My last comment springs to mind.
     
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    Hello Tats, I've got a Regal and a HW 100 (also a 15 plate A4) funnily enough, one of the Audi salesmen told me that on a visit to the VW garage last week, 10 cars had been cancelled by customers upset by the emissions scandal, my car hasn't been recalled but my lads has (12 plate A4) also so far at the Audi garage 1 car has been cancelled but they're expecting more.
     
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    Well I guess I'm not getting my kit for Xmas :(
     
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    That looks like an amazing gun
     
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    Stunning!!!
     
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    That is brilliant, I have no idea why manufacturers aren't calling you up and offering a few £k for the licence to make their own version, it may have a small market, but with virtually no R&D they would just have to tool the machinery and set up a line, got to be worth it to them.

    James
     
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    During next month will be ready version carbine. I already started .
     
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    You have a good point. I just think it looks terrible. Point taken mind. KB1
     
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    Here's my attempt, still a work in progress at the moment.
    Relocated safety behind trigger.
    Rounded rear breech for comfort.
    Going to shorten front shroud and drill a few holes to hopefully make it quieter.
    Already started to channel out opposite side of breech for side cocking conversion.
    Stock still needs stippling, sanding and staining.
    All parts need anodising when completed.

    Hope you like!

    [​IMG]
     
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    I am also wanting that hw100 bullpup stock but they are not yet making them for the kt version the will be available but not for several months,
    so will have to wait
     

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