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Hw 100 Bullpup - A Review

Discussion in 'Airgun Reviews' started by Hampshire Tog, Nov 23, 2019.

  1. Hampshire Tog

    Hampshire Tog Donator

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    Thank you. Very kind of you to say so.
     
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    If Carlsberg did reviews :cool:

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    Cheers fella!
     
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    What a good read, great review :thumb:

    What are you reviewing next?? :D
     
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    Great write up, I feel from now on every review should have a Kate Winslet ( or even better a Beckensale ) test.
     
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    10/10 for the write up, 11/10 for the photographs, they were stunning. I already own a HW100KT which is faultless. Apart from the stock this looks to be the ideal stablemate. One of the walnut HW Bullpup kits would turn an already superb rifle into the dog's doodahs.
     
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    Cheers fella! Means a lot!
     
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    I have no interest in PCPs, nevermind bullpups but I thoroughly enjoyed reading your review. Excellent write up.
     
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  9. Malos

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    What sling is that you've put on the BP Seamaster? I've been looking high and low for a sling that doesn't require drilling or a CSP adding. Also how is the sling secured to the front? it looks like it would just slide off ... thanks in advance
     
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    It’s a Viper 3 point sling from the bay mate. The front as attached round the cylinder and partly trapped by the stock.
    Phil Hardman (youtube) attaches his to the scope rail but I think that might cause accuracy problems, although he doesn’t seem to have any bother.
     
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    I had seen Phil's videos on the sling but as you go into the comments on the video it almost sounded like some slings were missing the butt/stock attachment? I was quite liking the look of the 'Ferro Slingster' but not soo much the price...

    Is the sling just pinched in under the tube then? Nice to know there's an alternative 'mounting' point because I also thought attaching it to the rail might cause some problems given the weight of the gun but maybe i'm 'molly coddling' it a bit too much :D.

    Thanks Seamaster :thumb:
     
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    There is a really good sling mount on the bay to fit weaver/piccatiny rail it's got a 20mm dia loop and and about 20 degree droop about £5.50 if i remember. Anyway they are great! I will try and supply a pic later.
     
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    I was wondering about a mount for the bottom picatinny rail but is there room to for a separate mount with a BT10 bipod/CHY-NA knockoff? Being new to the airgunning world I suppose my question should be do you run into a scenario where you need to run both at the same time?
     
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    Yes you can, the rail sling mount goes on the scope rail and the bipod goes under the stock on the lower rail. The scope rail mount holds one end of the sling the other end of the sling is Velcro and goes around the stock, you wear the gun like the armed police at airports across your chest not over your shoulder.
     
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