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Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by shooter, Aug 11, 2007.

  1. shooter

    shooter Member

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    New member here,second post:rolleyes: as I already posted in "wanted".
    Haven't had a gun for years(well apart from the '60' BSA cadet somewhere:confused:),very cheap now with the influx of the 'nese mass marketeers;any advise welcomed..thanks.:D
     
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    Hi shooter and welcome

    I am a springer man myself so I would suggest starting with a spring powered rifle, the choice is of course endless so to recommend one would be fruitless. Just start off small and work up to something that meets your 'needs'

    Don't laugh but I started with a B20 air rifle from a car boot sale costing £50 then tried a £180 spring air rifle ( cant remember model) found I couldn't shoot springer's so went for an HW100 that cost me £800 found this too easy to shoot and boring so went back to springer's I now shoot Diana's usual cost of these guns about £350
     
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    I forgot to mention, the B20 is being used as a target up at the target range :):D
     

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