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fx indy

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by essex sniper, Feb 9, 2014.

  1. essex sniper

    essex sniper Banned

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    Picked up my new fx indy on friday and must say im very impressed .first pellets I tried was aa diabolo fields got in on zero with the first 6 pellets a d put the next 10 within a 5pence at 30 yards so never tried any others . And very happy with it all round .bit on the heavy side but im a big lad .... 20140209_172737.jpg 20140209_172705.jpg
     
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    Looks the biz mate!

    Enjoy yer new toy you lucky sod:D
     
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    Looks nice how many pumps to full power
     
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    Very nice :up: whats the fill process , is it bottle fill then keep topping up by hand ,
     
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    Havent used it much but I shot a whole mag then topped up never counted the pumps but never took long and was very easy ..id say you would probably get 40 good shots out of it without pumping it up if you wanted to ....wouldnt recommend one for targets at a range but as a hunting rifle I think its ideal. Short compact and never got to worry about running out of air...its quieter than my ranger and the side lever is very smooth atb
     
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    No need for a bottle at all If you dont want to .its very easy and quick to pump atb
     
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    Excellent mate makes a change to see something diffrent :up: How u liking going bullpup
     
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    Im not a fan of bullpups tbh but this felt good and It is nice to have something different for a change .i was going to get the wolverine but iv bad tbe wolf and ranger and and there not that much different imo atb
     
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    Yeah mate its good not to be a sheep and follow the flock it looks great was looking at a bobcat myself but you just put a spanner in the works looks exactly same but self sufficent :cool:
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    nice mate, glade you like it, i'm looking to having ago :D did you say it was .177? and heavy is not always a bad thing, as long as its well balanced ,enjoy it mate:up:
     
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    This and the bobcat are very similar and I handled both but the Indy felt a litte bit better to me and self contained so was a winner for me atb
     
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    Yes .177 mark and your more than welcome to have ago ....yes Its heavy but feels very stable when standing or kneeling with It..and because its short its well balanced atb
     
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    Very nice matt, I am saving the pennies lol
     
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    Have a play with this one first len ..otherwise you'll get one and sell it after a week lol
     
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    Lol I can't help it, I get bored very quick and like a change.
     
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    Lol i like a change but your ridiculous lol...a week aint enough time to no if you like something or not
     
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    Sure it is, I mean if it don't feel right.. its got to go.
     
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    Very nice, they look a great rifle :up:

    I had a play with a fx bobcat and the stock is top draw, felt great and the whole thing balanced well so I imagine your Indy will be the same, enjoy :up:
     
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    thanks robin.....they both felt good but the stock on the Indy isn't as wide as the bobcat and felt better to me atb
     
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    I really fancy one of these myself. I would be very interested in how consistent the accuracy is.
    Because I remember an article some time ago, saying that the smooth twist barrels were not that good in 177.
     

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