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Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by sirok, Feb 22, 2008.

  1. sirok

    sirok Guest

    I've reduced the size of all the photos so its shouldnt be very big all in all...I got a little carried away, as I always seem to do with photos:D
     
  2. sirok

    sirok Guest

    the targets are a few groupings I did last weekend at 50m with my new airwolf, the one that got away, top right on the first picture was not actually me aiming but the trigger going off while bringing the rifle to bare believe it or not, its that sensitive and I'm really not used to it....not surprising considering I've a gamo in there:p . All three targets have a full 10 rounds in each, its not bad my bench support was kinda crap but now that I've got a new bit of kit, last photo, I can fit my harris bipod which should increase my groupings, I know this rifle is easily capable of putting 10 on 10 at 50m...I just need a lot more practise:D

    silencers, I put in a pic of the two to give you an idea of size, the one fitted to the airwolf is the weihrauch, Daystate airstream III is below.

    I also know I got carried away taking the photos but I actually spent 2 hours taking 10 times more than the ones above, they are all reduced but if it causes problems let me know and I'll remove them.

    Cheers
     
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  3. dom

    dom Engaging Member

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    nice bit of kit you have there. :up:
     
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    nice 1 mate :up:

    is that br bob's bi-pod bottle clamp?
     
  5. sirok

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    hey Milo,

    it is indeed, great bit of kit, can't wait to put the bipod on. I didn't want to drill the stock, plus the only place to put the bipod where the wood was thick enough wasn't really where I want it placed so Dr. Bob solved that for me.

    I might get another one for other PCPs I'll be picking up, might get a rapid in the summer
     
  6. Blimey

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    Nice collection you have there mate :)
    Whats the PCP rifle with the thumb hole wooden stock? Liking the look of that!
     
  7. andyhawkx3

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    Looks like a Air Wolf to me,...Gunna have me a airgun shop just like that when l grow up:D...joking apart matey very nice looking tools:up:
     
  8. sirok

    sirok Guest

    Hey Blimey,

    yeah as Andy pointed out its a Daystate Airwolf, my latest toy and my 1st PCP. I really got carried away altogether with taking pictures of it:). I wrote somewhere else this but guess I should have put in the details with the photos.

    springers (.177)
    - Gamo cfx with Gamo scope 4x32 (considering the kick I'll be leaving this scope on it for the time being)
    - Diana model 25

    I like springers quite a bit as they are a self-contained power source...all you need ever worry about is have some pellets at hand...plus there is more satisfaction at hitting a target 40 metres out with one

    CO2 (.177)
    - Umarex 850 airmagnum with walther 3-12x50
    - Beretta Cx4 with a beretta 4x32 scope
    - pistols, colt 1911, beretta 92fs, walther CP99

    PCP(.22)
    - Daystate Airwolf with Bushnell elite 4400 6-24x40


    I'll be fitting a Leupold mark 4 LR/T 6-24x50 to the airwolf, which I realise is complete overkill for an airrifle but I'll probably put the bushnell on a .22lr (when I've decided what I'm getting, still looking)
     
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    Very nice set of guns there, I'm feeling slightly jealous ;)

    The Daystate looks great, take good care of it.
     
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