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Hw100 KT

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jays, Jul 7, 2014.

  1. Jays

    Jays Well-Known Member

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    Hi I've got the option to buy a 2nd hand HW 100 KT but it's the older model but does anyone know if the older one have the pressure gauge on the end of the bottle
    i am going to look tomoz
     
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    I have one of the older hw100t and it has the guage on the end of the bottle.
    Very accurate gun.
     
  3. Jays

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    Thanks ** I'm going to look at it tomoz and can't wait lol
     
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    Seamaster Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    HW got it right first time Jays and have just tweaked it a bit since with a quick-fill, slightly better shot count and a slimmer stock but the original is still a very nice, accurate gun.

    Chris
     
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    When u say better shot count how much less shots with the older one also the quick fill is it mush better than old one
    thanks Chris
     
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    I'm not sure about the shot count mate but I seem to remember a quote of 20% more when the newer ones came out.
    The quick fill just means that you can fill the cylinder while it's still on the gun but it only takes 30 secs to unscrew the cylinder to fill it.

    Chris
     
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    Thanks Chris
     
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    i bought a second hand very early hw100t .177 full length earlier this year its been altered to a quick fill ( the early ones suffered thread stripping sometimes i believe when replacing the bottle and some had a sleeve fitted to them to stop this ) i get about 70 odd consistent shots from mine and is a very accurate gun , done a pigeon head shot at 55 yards just this weekend, atb gary.
     
  9. Jays

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    Pick the gun up today got it home and really not happy with it as
    1: filled up to 200 bar and by the time I'd released the pressure valve on my bottle it was already down to 150 bar as it was leaking out the fill probe
    2: when u reload via side lever the mag don't always rotate ( the small black clip is pushed fully forward)
    3: the gun is so loud. It's louder than a springer (don't know if I've been spoilt with my little puff of sound coming from my BSA scorpion)
    BUT I'm really not happy and will be returning tomorrow for sure
     
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    Did you buy it from a shop or private mate...did you look at it before you bought it atb
     
  11. Jays

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    Hi ya I got it from a shop but didn't fire it also they didn't fill it,
    it was 2nd hand but praps I should have spent a bit more time on it
     
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    take it back
     
  13. Jays

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    Going to matty 1st thing in morning
     
  14. Jays

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    Took the gun back this morning, the guy in shop was really good about it so ended up getting another BSA scorpion but in multi shot and he took £75 off for the hassle happy days
     
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    Hw lot better gun only needed servicing


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  16. cloverleaf

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    On the one hand the bloke wants a firm kick squarely in the knackers for so obviously flogging you an untested sh*tter, on the other hand you can't fault him for knocking off that sum of money as a gesture of good will :)
     
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    Would you pat him on the back before or after kicking him in the knackers?
    Personally I'd do it afterwards but I don't know if there's an etiquette involved.

    Chris
     
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    Yeah, I think it'd be only fair to administer the "appropriate rewards" in the order they were earned :p
     
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    That seems logical, chronologically, I'll keep it in mind the next time I attack someone I've dealt with.
    I'd hate to kick the crap out of someone, only to find that I should have shook his hand first.
    Today I was charged £11.99 for a tin of Ballistol and all I did was threaten to stamp on the RFD's neck. I'm just not forceful enough when it comes to financial dealings. If he'd charged me £8.99 I would have threatened only to bend his fingers back until he screamed. I'm such a soft touch!

    Chris
     
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    You are just a softy Chris.............

    Phil
     

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