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Question Good deal or not???

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by SniperSi, Jun 30, 2014.

  1. SniperSi

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    Just purchased a hw100s walnut stock under a year old with a new 7ltr bottle gauge and whip, hawke scope, bipod, knock down target and few tins of pellets for £750 i asked if he would go halfs on the postage but he wasn't keen, any way he got a qoat for the whole lot to be sent to me £50-70 so i declined the deal, came back to me and said he would send the lot for £750 :) I'd like to know you're thoughts.

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  2. SniperSi

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    Also anyone have an idea of what scope it is and if its any good? he didn't know too much about it...
     
  3. stevemandm

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    great deal si, any name on the scope ?
     
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    He says its a hawke, just doesn't say what size etc.
     
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    looks like a hawk 3x9x40 ao. retail about £50 got one myself does the job fine . seen these advertised used just the gun for what you paid, to get bottle etc etc think you got a right bargain. enjoy.
     
  6. stevemandm

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    scope looks like a hawke eclipse 3-9x50 ao. v good optics, and better than the sport hd, which has a rrp of approx £100 ish
     
  7. SniperSi

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    Cheers guys. Yes I spoke to the fella and he doesn't have a clue about the scope really. Just a hawke, might have to treat her to a bushnell. :)
     
  8. stevemandm

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    before shelling out you hard earned si, give the hawke a chance, you may be surprised
     
  9. milek

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    My thoughts Si are that anyone with a HW100 and ready to post the package SHOULD know about the scope and if not be prepared to go and find out. Proceed with caution.
     
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    great deal you should feel guilty youve just mugged him
     
  11. SniperSi

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    Yes of corse ste. Just spent £750 :0 so I won't be buying glass in a rush.
     
  12. stevemandm

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    you bringing your new toy to the meet si ?
     
  13. SniperSi

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    To be honest mate I have nothing to do with pcp anymore ie bottle or charging gear so that being included did it for me. Wasn't to fussed about the scope. One thing I was making sure is that the gun was in tiptop condition.
     
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    That does sound like a mega good deal Si, almost too good to be true! Just a word of caution mate, do ask the seller for the serial number of the gun and I'd suggest running it past your local police to make sure it's not stolen. If you unwittingly buy a stolen gun (or anything else), the law says it ain't yours and the cops will take it off you and return it to the owner. You lose what you paid for it, so just be a bit cautious mate.

    If it's a genuine deal, SNAP HIS HAND OFF BEFORE I DO! ;) :mao:

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  15. SniperSi

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    Sure am mate. Can't wait now. Grumps is going to pick us up on the way so I got a lift sorted :) can't wait to see you all again and meet more of the crew :)
     
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    If you seen it Si then no problem.
     
  17. SniperSi

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    Haven't seen it in flesh mick but a shed load of pictures via email and phone. Should be getting it tomorrow.
     
  18. SniperSi

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    Just got the serial number.... It's 1930352 any one know exact date or manufacture?
     
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    That serial number has a manufactured date of between June & September 2012 according to the Weihrauch Owners Club website making the rifle just over 2 years old.
     
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