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Good news HW100 .20

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Hunter 001, Mar 4, 2014.

  1. Hunter 001

    Hunter 001 Donator

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    Just seen this on Blackpool air rifle face book.


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    The Weihrauch Hw100 is now in stock in .20 . No waiting, no special ordering. If you want one , we got one !
     
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    Interesting Hanny matey. Are you going for one ?
     
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    Sorry, I only know the 22 and 177 , nothing more, can anyone enlighten me please. Thanks.

    Mickey.
     
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    Yes they have been doing one for a while. I ordered one at my local rfd ages ago, at an agreed price of £722, i left £100 deposit then waited around 4 weeks for it to arrive. When it came in the stock was probably the worst piece of wood they could possibly get away with using, was shooting 10ft/lbs and the dealer asked for an extra £130 on top of what we had agreed as he had seen other websites selling them for this much. This was a good enough excuse for me to pull out. I will still be getting one but from a different RFD
     
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    Is the pellet selection any good in .20 I wonder. Never really taken much notice. KB1
     
  6. The Robin

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    I shoot .20 but with my rapids and there is choice of pellets but look at H&N and JSB first. After that there's bisley superfield, accupell, and several others but these are the main pellets.

    I think H&N should go pretty well in a German rifle so would try them first. Also with Weihrauch doing .20 it shows that .20 is catching on
     
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    Certainly does Si
    A big company like weihrauch putting .20 in to production is all the proof you need of how popular .20 is becoming
    Best of both worlds
     
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    Am I right in saying that last year there there was half a dozen in the country for sale?
     
  9. Hunter 001

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    I am not sure if I will have one. actually I am not sure about .20 caliber. I have read a lot about .20 caliber and have converted my MFR from 177 to .20 but sold if shortly after. I have noticed also that few peoples in here went for .20 but within few weeks they went back to 177. Mikey and Buster my elaborate on this.
    also 100 pound extra seems strange.
     

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