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If you had £1200 to spend

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jays, Jun 6, 2014.

  1. Jays

    Jays Well-Known Member

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    Hi don't know if this has been done b4 but if u had up to £1200 to spend on ether new or 2nd hand air rifle which one would u go for

    I think mine would be the day state wolverine c with a 6 12x50 mildot
     
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    Hi, rapid air weapons hm1000 thumbhole .177 from mike tawn

    atb Paul
     
  3. yorkshireshoot

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    Yep hw100kt for me with a few extras I think , one of the nicest feeling rifles I've picked up :)
     
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    Is buy a mint second hw100. Fit a cs stock. Sorted
     
  5. Bullwhip

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    Second hand hw77
    Period Tesco scope, gloss finish of course.
    Genuine sheepskin lined, leather gun slip
    Allen leather cobra sling
    10 tins of H+N FTT
    Vmach tuning kit

    Should set me back about 500-600 for a mint example and accessories


    Any change I'd use for nice city break.
     
  6. larryking28

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    Probably buy a couple rather than one at £1200
    Maybe a Prosport as one but would have to think hard about what else.
     
  7. Accuspell

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    At the moment there is no doubt that Rapids are gaining in value at the moment. A good, used Rapid outfit would leave you plenty of change - budget £800 for a really good Rapid and decent scope. For new it would be a RAW, I don't like thumbholes so would go for the sporter stock, but the thumbhole is the same price at the moment. Fantastically built rifles and taking many, many trophies in competitions of various disciplines. I don't think the Daystate cuts it anymore. Build quality over the last couple of years has suffered.
     
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    There is an electronic version of the Wolverine due this year:rolleyes: My pennies are being put aside and space is being made in my cupboard.

    James
     
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    Hmmm, not enough for a used LG110, so I'd stick with the Wolf and give it a tinker.
    Maybe a big Niko on top, fancy a play around with its trigger and a comb riser. Also been reading about the forged BSA barrels and are developing an itch.
     
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    I bought a wolverine, pricey yes but superb all the same. Hw100 still amazing though but i've had 3 and fancied a new gun for the first time lol
     
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    ive been wanting a diana stutzen, the rest of the money left over ..... i d use the rest to get suitably chemicalized
     
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    I used to have 1200 to spend

    Bought the c type wolverine, (don't tell wifey)
     
  14. Alex.B

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    I would have as many Ultra's as you could buy :D
     
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    40 B2's and a bonfire :D
     
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    Ooh dear, um, twelve hundred, I think at this moment probably the ultimate sporter 510 as I haven't got one yet, then on top Hawke sidewinder with the 44mm. Think that would be quite a nice rig.
     
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    Either a ranger or a wolf.:D
     
  18. Cymru-Dave

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    Hw100 with a posh stock, nice scope, bipod and shed loads of pellets to keep me going!
     
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    An HW80, or maybe a 97 in .177 with a Hawke Panorama on top. I'd spend the rest on liquor, Italian suits and cross-dressing. Barbara!
     
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    Another HW100KT (in .177 of course)
     

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