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HW100

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by EX Mod Cog, Apr 7, 2008.

  1. EX Mod Cog

    EX Mod Cog Keyboard Hero

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    I want to treat myself to a Weihrauch HW100T carbine, I'd use it for plinking, target shooting and perhaps some rat-busting on the land I use.

    Should I?

    They're very expensive, but very accurate and they look fun with the 14 shot magazine.

    I've wanted to step up to a PCP for a long time but I've always been taken off-course with springers, what do you think?
     
  2. Rockabilly

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    cog if i were you i"d go for an s410 carbine , with a walnut stock
    super light , super accurate,and a lot less dosh, you wont regret it,

    its not the top selling pcp for nothing;):up:
     
  3. EX Mod Cog

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    Weihrauch are still good value, and I like the thumb-hole stock :) would the S410 be good for target, or is it more of a hunting rifle?
     
  4. Rockabilly

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    of course it super accurate
     
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    a freind of mine has a HW100 and all i can say is that the quality and build and cocking mechanisms are one of the best.

    the only bad thing about it is the weight.
     
  6. EX Mod Cog

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    I'd rather have a HW but I will consider the Air Arms, does anyone else have any feedback for me?
     
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    hw100t are bang on mate i had one and would rate it 9/10 mate :up:
    go for it lol
     
  8. andyhawkx3

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    I say S410, them HW 100's are very heavy Cog, save some petrol money and go S410
     
  9. a1gunner

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    if you have the money go for the hw100 i really wanted it but the funds just werent there:(

    if you can get it but if not you will still love an S410.

    if you want to have a fun time plinking get a multishot bacuse rapid fire is so much fun.

    if i won the lottery id have the 100 over the 410 everytime but both are so good.

    ive shot the 100, its a wee bit heavy but it works so damn well it turns you on:p
     
  10. andyhawkx3

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    The 100 turns you on a1, well go for the thump hole stock then;):p
     
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    i would if only i could afford it.

    if i get one im living well away from the people:D
     
  12. EX Mod Cog

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    :rolleyes: lol

    I'm also looking at the Falcon range, are they made by Air Arms now?
     
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    Tried a falcon at the Midland game fair, don't know which one it was, because l was put off em, by the demonstrator, every time he had to put in a new mag, the mag just wouldn't go in, he said it only happened, with the first, pellet...l watch him for abt half an hour, same thing happened every time....l thought **** that for a game, of solders:down:
     
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    Cog...can I ask a rather personal question ?? Well I'm gonna do anyway.....Just how much did you win on the lottery ??

    Car, insurance, new gun..at what age...17 ??
     
  15. EX Mod Cog

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    Buzz, I took some money out my savings account to pay for car insurance, as it turns out a family member has offered to cover it for me.
     
  16. andyhawkx3

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    If he's feeling flush, he can pay for mine as-well:up:;)
     
  17. EX Mod Cog

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    I have over a grand, but am NOT willing to spend it all on an airgun as this would be un-wise :rolleyes:
     
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    I heard that the barrel bends easily but other than that is a great rifle and pretty cheap parts too.

    Never had one or shot one but that is what i have heard.
     
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    The feeling is that Falcon rifles are "understated", they have very good customer reviews :)
     
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    i agree with you , but i was just saying what i have read in other forum.
     

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