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Future Rifles

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by PumpnGun, May 16, 2018.

  1. PumpnGun

    PumpnGun Donator

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    What would you like to see being Produce in the Future, for me I would love AA to make a Break Barrel Springer..

    Ray
     
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    mikeyhall1 Top Poster

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    A proper one Ray yes. It’s a shame really when you look at their product portfolio - they could do so much more If AA did a range of springers I would imagine that they’ll have Weihrauch in a bit of afuss and I’m a Weihrauch fan lol.
     
  3. Oat

    Oat Spud guns rule

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    An S410 without a barrel band
     
  4. Rotherham Owl

    Rotherham Owl Air Arms Poster Boy

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    Air Arms lightweight break barrel with internals optimised for sub 12fpe would be great. If they did one though I suspect it would be optimised for hi-power and the sub 12fpe "tuned down".
     
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  5. rabbitwrecker

    rabbitwrecker The Tree Hunter...

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    I'll go with that. No larger or heavier than a 99s, optimised for 11 ft/lbs - like that's ever going to happen...
     
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    As above, an AA break barrel, but doesn't everybody? I'd also like to see an AA prosport SR, but that'd probably cost £700 odd new.
    A decent, competitively priced ssp would be nice, but as per my response to the PH Dragon post it probably wouldn't sell with the amount of cheap Chinese regulated pcp's about.
     
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  7. Oat

    Oat Spud guns rule

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    Though the prosport cocking lever is possibly the most uncomfortable one on the market. Maybe a fix for that would be good too :D
     
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    It would be nice if they all carried out better QC and fitted proper fitting spring guides on the ones they already make first.
     
  9. PumpnGun

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    Good point..

    Ray
     
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    Harry & Megan Daystate?
     
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  11. PumpnGun

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    :laff:

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    shauny Pro Poster

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    and when they divorce,it will be a handm ltd edt divorce special
     
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    Mortimer Lord Haw Haw

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    LOL :D:D
     
  14. Devonair

    Devonair Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit....

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    A PCP with soul? Or is that asking too much... :D
     
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    Sky Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    One that works out of the box would be good. :rolleyes:
     
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    Well PCPs are I’d say almost where they can get we have electric ones that whilst well engineered and programmed have no soul just point and shoot. We are seeing PCPs with enormous shot counts enough for a whole days shooting.

    Springers are starting to get where the PCPs are not a hell of a lot that you can realistically do to them.

    To me any rifle has a soul it must look like a rifle feel like a rifle but the most important thing is that it must challenge you as a shooter. It’s pointless sitting on a range all day with a clamped down rifle and just going through the motions

    Please do not get me wrong I love the new innovative rifles but they are just to perfect.

    It’s the same with scopes we have scopes that plot your fall of shot your holdover temp wind pressure and they can every talk to your phone. Again no skill just a Tec mind.

    I have my ideal rifles already and only want to improve some of the Walnut is kill to get a top grade of Walnut so that I can burn the crap that is used now. Only thing stopping me is the minus on the bank account.

    Well actually there is one a DS Forester C Type but yet again money and the wife stop me. A chap offered a swap on a Forester the other day Forester for Saxon. Sadly it was a no I love the Saxon
     
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    I reckon that would be the only new rifle I’d be at all interested in
     
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    Not necessarily a future rifle - there are a lot of good rifles around now.

    More a facility on future rifles - an adjustable riser.

    No two people are the same and yet all stocks are produced right, left or ambi but not with height adjustability.

    Remember the old days when cars came with a steering wheel and seats but no adjustability. Now compare that to a modern car.
     
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    A rifle that doesn't wobble when freestanding

    Ummm
    They do those "steady cams " that you see at football matches and the like, maybe I've hit upon something ......
     
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    gasman Has a Massive member

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    What about Daystate doing a springer :)
     

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