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CZ200S Hunter

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by biotaw1, May 16, 2015.

  1. biotaw1

    biotaw1 Engaging Member

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    Anyone know anything about these? I was looking at importing a CZ200 rather than buying an S200 as the Euro is so weak at the moment but then I saw this "Hunter" version that we don't get here. Only differences seem to be the stock (a bad thing imo) and a longer air tube (a good thing) but it seems a fair bit cheaper than the normal CZ200 that we get here as the S200 so I was wondering if it had some other cheaper components or other differences? Anyone got one?

    This is it if anyone's confused what I'm banging on about...

    https://www.czub.cz/en/catalog/84-air-guns-cz/VV/CZ_200_S -HUNTER.aspx
     
  2. dave goodall

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    There not inferior just same I've just fitted a barrel from the cz200T to my bullpup and it's very very sweet like most things in the uk there just rebadged and a higher price

    Best thing about importing these is there no chance of been over powered as max power is 16 joules great savings to be had enjoy
     
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  3. ratman60

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    hello, i think it looks good stock and all, and a 100 decent shots? whats the price?? and where you might buy/ let us know
     
  4. biotaw1

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    I've seen it in various places for about £260-280 which is an amazing saving over the S200. The normal CZ200 models seem to be at least £50 more which I why I was wondering if there were any differences.

    EDIT: Actually, just looking again and most places don't seem to have the price difference so it's a straight decision between the target stocked version that I prefer the look of or the Hunter stocked version that has a better shot count...
     
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  6. biotaw1

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    Yep, importing is definitely the way to go. I just bought an HW50S from Holland for £160 which is another gun that benefits from being sub 12ft.lbs as standard. You'd struggle to get a second hand HW99S for that.

    Anyone know the difference between the CZ200S and CZ200S FS on this page by the way?...http://www.afg-defense.eu/air-guns-pcp-manufacturer-66/p,a,15,0/
     
  7. dave goodall

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    Not sure but click the English flag and ucan send questions as with most eu shops that sporter stock one looks the business half tempted my self never seen a s200 in sporter stock that would Be one awesome hunting tool
     
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    does this place deliver to the uk ?
     
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    hunter

    AFG wont ship anything to uk, and are useless at packing stuff, i bought stuff from them when living abroad, arrived trashed, never again, both color and hunter are made for czech and american markets mainly , they dont want to tread on air arms's territory which covers alot of western europe. the triggers on these 200s arent what they used to be.
    you also cant fit a silencer to a hunter as you then cant get the cylinder off to refill it ! as cylinder is too long to remove without hitting silencer, you can't pull it out at a slight angle like on shorter cylinders
     
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  10. dave goodall

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    Shop about don't just go off one store on the bullpup forum there's a page full of trusted eu selers don't rush in Europe is A big place every country has gun shops and most will compete for your custom not like here in the uk the link provided was just a example of eu prices up to uk prices
     
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    didn`t think they shipped here looked on their website france is the closest
     
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    The CZ200 Hunter looks like a bargain and the place to go is the Euroshooting website in Czech republic. Cheap as chips

    Ouch!
     
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    When importing does the rifle have to be sent to a rfd and are there import duties and taxes to be paid
     
  14. biotaw1

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    Nope...can come straight to your house and if it's from Europe you don't pay duties or tax (VAT is already included in the Euro price). Makes it kind of hard to justify buying in the UK now doesn't it.
     
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    although on their web site cz only produce a batch once a year, next production scheduled for late june, no stock available atmo, i have a feeling AA will try to influence cz and its wholesalers not to do private exports soon. although not the models AA distribute, they will argue it has an impact on their sales. free market though and not parallel importing.
     
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    Strange really because the AAs200 is made completely in the CZ factory, under license, so you would think Air Arms would provide the options like the 200Colour or the 200Hunter as part of the AA range?
    The 200colour is a lovely gun and I'm really enjoying mine. I'd get the increased capacity 'hunter cylinder' for it and cure the only problem with the gun, which is a slightly low shot count.

    Ouch!
     
  17. EULA1965

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    AA probably want to protect their existing range, as manufacturers they probably make more from guns the actually make than the ones the import from cz, if someone buys a hunter instead of say and s400 they loose out on alot more profit, both hunter and color have been made for five years and are available in some parts of eastern europe and usa, if they havnt imported them into uk in that time i dont think they ever will. i would rather buy an eu gun at 16j than a uk one, not only the price but also no AT, so if something goes wrong you can fix it yourself with returning it to AA for instance, i feel sure something will happen to stop us importing sooner or later so if you want something get ordering, i cant see the situation lasting for long. it will have an impact on uk distributors sooner or later. serves good old rip off britain right. we pay over the top for everything from fuel to houses!
     
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    Missed this comment before...

    I thought with the S200 you recharged the cylinder with it still attached to the gun? Is this a difference with all the CZ versions or just the Hunter?
     
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    MY CZ has a pressure guage and I added a quick fill from Altaros so i dont have to remove the cylinder every time. It's an excellent solution.

    Ouch!
     
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    So am I right in thinking the Air Arms version has a quick fill and no gauge whilst the CZ versions (all of them?) have a gauge and no quick fill?
     

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