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HW100 KT case, best one?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sloter, May 26, 2014.

  1. sloter

    sloter Active Member

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    Hi guys,

    so on Saturday I decided to treat myself to a HW100kT and I love it a beautiful bit of kit and love shooting it, had 12 pigeons and one magpie since Saturday evening. :up:

    Im still not convinced on the scope that I got with it so may be changing that soon. However I'm after a decent case to help keep it nice, as it's a carbine gun I don't want something that the gun will be slopping about it, does anyone have a hw100kt and if so can you recommend a slip that the gun fits nicely into?

    thanks
     
  2. Tim_B

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    Hi. I have one from the Airgun Centre and its just big enough to take it with the scope and th bipod attached.

    cheers
    Tim
     
  3. darklord

    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    I ucan only fit mine into the square BSA one that opens flat dunno what its called my others won't take the gun scope combo as the pistol grip is deeper than the FSBS i have.
     
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    My 97kt fits into one of those buffalo river ones perfectly, cheap as chips too, my jack pyke one doesnt support it as well.
     
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    Mine lives in a BSA carbine backpack gun bag. Good for the money.
     
  7. vitalich

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    i,m using sportwaffen steyr case
    very compact and handy
     
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    plus one for the BSA large size backpack gun bag, plenty of room and storage pockets.:up:
     
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    aim 40 on mine here.....best by a long way for construction and carrying
     
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    I've just put all my rifles into hard cases, the hw100t is in a solid daystate case, my hw35 is in a flambeau safe shot one, Nd my hw100kt is in a pretty old but super solid one with extra thick foam inside, I'll post a pic for you if you want to see the cases.

    I wouldn't have anything but hard cases now..best protection.
     
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    Bsa polytill cases are good, combines a hard case with a soft case. For me hard cases are a bit clumbsy.

    The weihrauch gunslips are nicely made
     
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    Yes mate that would be great please?
    thanks
     
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