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if you could buy any PCP available today

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sirok, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. sirok

    sirok Guest

    money is no issue - what PCP would it be?

    just want to take advantage of this forums members' experience & knowledge

    a consensus if you will of what people would buy....


    (I'm looking for something that is 50/50 between field target & hunting, having spent literally weeks reading reviews an forums I can't make up my mind:rolleyes:)
     
  2. EX Mod Cog

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    If the Logun S16-s were any good, I'd want one of those. As they're not, then I'd probably go for a Daystate or a top line Falcon.
     
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    i would go for a Prarie falcon with all the trimings on the stock with a big ass scope:D
     
  4. Buzz

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    Having now got one...I'd still go for the AA S410 !!
     
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    I would go for LG110 FT.
     
  6. sirok

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    thats for the input everyone! Keep it coming and we'll see what sort of rifle gets the most hits.

    I hadn't looked at Falcon so I'll be reading up on those this weekend....see they don't have any international dealers on mainland Europe though....
     
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    well i own a air arms s410 classic. but if i were gonna a new rifle i would a daystate mk 4 or air ranger or air wolf there brillent and reliable.
    hope this helps
     
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    i dont think it helps its just puting in what we would get if we won the lotery.

    (if enyone does win it please bribe Brown to increase the legal limit):p
     
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    i own a rapid s type and thats what i would go for again 177 of course
     
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    if i was back in to pcs it would be the mfr again great bit of kit with the right scope.
     
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  12. sirok

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    guess the question now, for me at least, is a Daystate ranger or an airwolf....:confused:

    contacted Daystate by e-mail to see if they would ship it to my local gunsmith, they only have an overseas dealer in Holland which is simply too far to travel.

    I'll soon find out...swaying towards the air ranger, would like to hear the opinions of those that own one...if they would be so kind to share:)
     
  13. sirok

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    maybe the Air Wolf - 40 ft/lbs in .22 would be a better choice as it is possible to alter the power settings, something that can't be done with the ranger....as far as I am aware.

    Can those here who have an Air Wolf give some feedback on it.

    Realise I'm asking lots but I just don't want to end up forking out money only to realise I should have gone with the other rifle, I've two springers and two CO2 rifles....I really want to get the right PCP first time around

    All advice, comments good or bad, tips, etc. etc. are always welcome.

    Cheers!:D
     
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    i havent ownd a wolf but had the mk111 electric personally i would not have a one ever again nothing but trouble got a rapid s type 177 at 11.5 fpe and its a lot better gun than the electric ones heard a lot of bad talk about the wolf and its terrible power cuve one lad said he was only getting 40 good shots with a 22 at 11.5 fpe i think you will be lucky to get a goodun
     
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    You posted that without using any full stops ... :rolleyes:
     
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    was the spelling ok
     
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    mk1 rapid:up:
    the end:rolleyes:
     
  18. andyhawkx3

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    AA S410 .177, You pay for the best, you get the best...no contest. Andy
     
  19. a1gunner

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    the AA s410 is acctually quite chep compared to most air rifles of its "level"

    so you are paying for the best but you are paying less.

    i didn't inteand it to rhyme:p

    wonder if air arms will take that slogun up:rolleyes:
     
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    i would rather have the air arms 400 or 410 than a wolf
     

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