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I want one!!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by stanimal, Dec 19, 2013.

  1. stanimal

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    I know that they have one in stock at Otmoors in Deddington, if you are ever down towards Oxford?
     
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    I really want one,but i'm dubious untill i've heard from someone that's used one or knows someone that has.
     
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    A buddy bottle rifle is lighter and handier.
     
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    Used one, its ugly and unbalanced, however shooting from a table or rest the twin cylinders make it like nice and flat so a great gun for pellet testing.
    I would personally just go for a s510 myself though.
     
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    Thanks for that mate,it was between that and an s200 or an ultra multishot.
     
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    Butt ugly, however the standard 510 is yummy
     
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    Id go for a s200, imo the best "aa"
     
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    I've handled one in a shop, out of curiosity mainly and it felt OK. I can't understand the concept at all though, why is it necessary?, there are other better looking and less expensive methods of increasing shot capacity. I think is was a design solution to a problem that didn't really exist.

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    Agreed. It's a rather hideous creation. If I want a high shot count I'll get a Rapid.
     
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    hello, i like the AA engineering and reliability but this rifle is crass, AA do not take on board good ideas from other makers or air gunners as i have said before, ok you get a few more shots but charging 2 cylinders??? they would have been better off designing like a hatsan pcp? where you can take a spare filled tube and pop on when others empty. better still why not make a bottle designed pcp?? its 7.5 llb for all the extra weight i would recommend a R10 even with a few sending back mine was working spot on and what about the RAPID. lets see whats shown at the shot show in febuary but this is not AAs best idea maybe they had too many tubes lying around?. who knows.
     
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    hello, i have had 2 s200 and they are a good rifle but for the money a brocock is cheaper and i think better value and well engineered.
     
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    I have a brocock concept with a rowan multishot adapter on it and i love it,very underrated guns imho,i have been thinking about getting a gun with a buddy bottle on though,i really like the R10 but i've heard they have a lot of problems.

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    I've got an s510 superlite in hunter green. And it is superb! I mean awesome! I had a look at the tc one but It was just too heavy, I got the normal one cylinder one because it was what I wanted, a 'superlite' air arms and the extra cylinder just put me off. But any of the S510 are amazing I love mine and don't think I will ever get rid of it.
     
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    .........to some new glasses! :cool:
     
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    It's not so much the looks that interested me,more the shot count,i love my brocock but i don't get enough shots from a fill

    Stan.
     
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    They're made by CZ I think???? Could be wrong though!!
     
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    Yep that's why I rate them aha, I personally would go for an s200 over a brocock any day, the accuracy of the air arms was very very good compaired to most high quality air rifles I've used.
     
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    The Air Arms S200 is a CZ made target rifle that is bought in and badged by Air Arms. The barrel is superb, so is the two piece stock (better than the one piece, later one in my opinion). Proper upright hand to give optimum trigger position. The shot count is limited, but adequate. Very, very good air rifles and there are some superb customised ones out there - have a look at some of the creations the guys in Greece have made with an S200 as the base! They do not consider buying a bolt on goodie as customisation - get your lathe and milling machine out before you dare to use the 'c' word!
     

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