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Hi from a new starter!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by gripper, Feb 18, 2007.

  1. gripper

    gripper Newbie

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    Hi all, thought it polite to say hello - new find this forum! I've been shooting for years - farmer's son but not farming. Finally got a house with a garden big enough to grow stuff in so I'm going airgun for pest control (neighbours!). I've spent forever shooting a old Hawk Mk3 that Grandad left (bought in about '63)...still a cracking gun, although heavy and noisy. Thought I'd find somewhere to ask daft questions about rifles`and calibres- the age old debates! Anyone still using the old Hawk? God knows have many pellets have been through mine but it gets tlc once in a blue moon, been chucked in tractors and still makes Mr Ratty part this life for the next one with regularity...
  2. Vulcanator

    Vulcanator Engaging Member

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    Portland, Oregon
    Welcome aboard, still scaring the local squirrel population silly with my Mk1 Vulcan.

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