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Fx Crown Yellow Jacket - Sub 12ftlb

Discussion in 'Countryway Gunshop' started by the-countryway, Feb 12, 2020.

  1. the-countryway

    the-countryway Posting Addict

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    We have available 1x FX Crown Yellow Jacket, sub 12ftlb in .177
    Our price is £1699.
    Smooth Twist X Barrel
    New Black Gauges

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  2. Bill.B

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    Looking very waspish!
    An acquired taste methinks.
     
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    MartinJGUK NottsPestControl

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    Stunning bench gun
     
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    rich79 No deep or funny comment here

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    The colour is a bit of a marmite gun, but i personally love it. Something a bit different.
     
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    Marky-Boy Once a Monkey Always a Monkey

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    Same as
    Love it!
    I love Marmite
    Free Bump
     
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    [​IMG]

    I do wonder how many CZ flogged of the above 455 variation.

    Should be a law against ludicrous marmite laminate stocks. And I am unanimous in that......... :D
     
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    I like it. :up:
     
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    What do you think of their magazines?

    I like the Wildcat ones. But the ones for the Crown look 'uge.
     
  10. Jeffsky

    Jeffsky Cocking handle king

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    Very nice i do like a crown and the yellow is a bit different :thumb:
     
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    Shame it’s not pink :D
     
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    You can use the smaller streamline 12 shot magazines, I use one on my Dreamline
     
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    Right. So they have 3 or so different mag systems?
     
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    Yes the wildcat mags only fit the wildcat, the impact mags only fit the impact and the Crown/streamline/Dreamline mags are the same fit. Not sure about earlier guns like the T12/Royale etc
     
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    I like it, shame its out of my league, are they really worth double an HW100?
     
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    When Tincan Tony bought that Wildcat recently I was confused by the mags because I had only seen the sprung ones.

    I haven't owned the type, but I think the cast metal disc and O-ring type look superior to me.
     
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    You are looking at it the wrong way. The question should be, if it is as good as a Daystate why isn't the same price? :)

    I contend most of here are out shot by the modest of rifle on the market. Even me! :D
     
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    I do like it, I think it looks nice & no doubt it shoots well, but countryways are most of the time one of the cheapest, in most places this'll be up for £1900, the way I see it is that's not far off the price of a Sako TRG!
     
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    I agree. I don't want one, but I do like the look of the Edgun Leyla. I just think it is ace. But in the time I have been aware of it it has gone from £1250-ish to £1500 and it just silly money now. (Blue laminate stock for it, £250 more and that isn't an optional extra, that is must have extra :) ) I felt guilty buying my R10. Currently not well so I am not shooting a lot that makes me feel bad about having an £800 plus other bits rifle. That has put me off getting the rifle for shooting down the hall and by rifle I mean rifle and scope zeroed for that distance. Even though as I won't literally leave the house to shoot I would be using it a lot.

    It is hard to reconcile the cost and value of air rifles against powder burners. There are so many factors. I think my R10 is better rifle than a CZ 455 under 30 yards. But is it? For me the thing, changes in the law aside, the R10 is mine, while I feel firearms are more leased. It doesn't seem hard to lose you FAC these days for no decent reason. So is it better to spend £1000 on a really nice air rifle as a keeper or a £1000 on a rimfire that you might have to get rid off? I don't know.

    Not very well explained.
     
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    Yes like the Weihrauch magazine
     
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