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Question Hi everyone. Newbie here!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Ash, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. Ash

    Ash Newbie

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    Hey everyone.

    Firstly, sorry if I've posted in the wrong forum! I was going to post in the introduce yourself forum but I had some questions as well so throught it would be best in here!

    My dad was in the army and when he came out he did a lot of air gun shooting. I remember being a kid wondering through the forrests with him and really enjoying it and I've been looking for a new hobby and thought this might be nice.

    So, from what I've read I'd need the following.


    There are a couple of rifle clubs near me. I'd love to do what my dad did in the late 80s and early 90s and just wonder about the local woods with the rifle shooting anything that wonders past but I don't think that's allowed anymore (or even was then:D) so I think I'll be signing up to one of the rifle clubs and hopefully meet some people who'd be able to help me find places to shoot rabbits etc.

    I don't want to invest masses as I might not take to it so I after reading some good reviews I was thinking about getting the http://www.targetsports.co.uk/product_info.php?cPath=26_58&products_id=699 Edgar Brothers 60.

    I realise it's cheap. But it seems ok given the reviews.

    I don't have any ideas about maintainance and if someone would be able to suggest an ok scope that would be smashing?

    Many thanks :)

  2. jambo_no.2

    jambo_no.2 Active Member

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    sunny dorset
    welcome mate, gun looks like a good buy i know there ment to be solid guns!
  3. Darren Petts

    Darren Petts Temporarily Alive

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    The Edgar Bros is a good basic gun BUT pop along to your local club BEFORE you buy anything. Most club shooters will let you try their guns if you but ask and you may decide to spend a little more on a better gun. As to what scope depends on what you want to shoot but a good basic scope at a cheap price is the Nikko Stirling Airking 3-9x42 at £56.95 here
    Halfway down. It comes with a one piece mount as std which whilst not brilliant will get you started. The scope is far superior to most at anything under a ton. If you give us a location we could point out a club.
  4. oOoNotexXxBoomoOo

    oOoNotexXxBoomoOo Active Member

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    the gun looks very nice! however i would recommend doing what Daren said and ask around for some test shots and also i noticed the rifle your looking at has a rubber butt plate and you might look into a rubber attach on as the plastic may crack after sometime. how ever that is just my experience and i have never shot a Edgar so i don't really know what kind of quality they are. also I don't know if you get Beeman rifles over there but you may want to look into a nice Beeman such as the R9. I have heard amazing reviews of these guns and they are extremely sturdy well built and hard shooting rifle, and i believe you can pick them up with a qulaity scope included with it. as far as rifle bags go im sure you know anything that feels like quality and is a well known brand will work fine.

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