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Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by liedownsnap, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. liedownsnap

    liedownsnap Newbie

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    ......from a nooooooo member.
    I'm on a couple of the other boards, came across this one and thought I'd give it a look.
    Got back into airguns about 18 months ago, discovered pcps, and now I'm broke...
    Just got my first .177, a BTAS FX Cyclone....mmmmmm, nice!
    So the BTAS regulated AA s410k is for sale. Call me, my id can be verified!
    Pleased to say there are very good rat populations around here, just need the wind and rain to stop.......
    Cheers.
     
  2. Porky

    Porky Active Member

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    Hello and good afternoon to you :) I'm just an old'un who likes plinking in the backyard :eek:
    ATB Porky/Keith
     
  3. Mick Dundee

    Mick Dundee Engaging Member

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    Plinking.

    Nothing wrong with plinking. It's practice. Shoot a thousand pellets at different targets and then that cheeky squirrel pops into your garden ! Do you make your own spinners and things ?

    Hello Liedown, I think rats are the best things to shoot. Sometimes I get a squirrel in the scope and can't pull the trigger but never hesitate with rats !
     
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    Porky Active Member

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    Hi Mick,no I don't make targets, but I do have a selection of 'em....I've got 3 paper target holders,including a real heavy duty job and some nockovers that are really good.....but I still like putting holes in baked bean tins best of all......all the best ,Porky
     
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    Back in my student days (about 20 years ago) I used to like shooting unopened beer cans in the garden.
    Cheep beer in cheep cans.
    The pellet makes the hole, the beer rips the can appart.

    Had an old 177 Gamo pistol grip rifle (break barrel) in them days.
     
  6. liedownsnap

    liedownsnap Newbie

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    Couldn't agree more about the rats, mate!
    I've been VERY lucky, and now have shooting rights on the farm where I go beating. There are thousands of em.
    I've had about 350 since the end of the shooting season. Heaven!
     

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