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Good news Kaibrgun hummingbird video

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Hunter 001, Mar 5, 2014.

  1. Hunter 001

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    I alway preferred side lever until I saw this video. Very smooth cocking.
    [video=youtube_share;iWoXEU6qtpg]http://youtu.be/iWoXEU6qtpg[/video]
     
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    Nice action but why does he keep his thumb pushing forward on the cocking leaver. I know all about making it quicker to locate making for faster location but he seams to have a lot of forward pressure on it.
     
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    He does seem to have alot of pressure on it now you mention it .but mite just be the way he shoots atb
     
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    Love it.Left handed as well.Where can i get one? :D
     
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    Love it, just watched it on your post on rapid site. I've shot the cricket and that was great but thing is more up my street :D
     
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    Think that wouldn't be suited to a left hander sweetheart.
    It's a right hander, save your money.

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    Bolt is on the left honey :D:D
     
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    I see where you are coming from my little snowflake, but to fire the gun rapid style as in the video you would need to remove your left hand from the trigger to activate the bolt then back again to the trigger.
    Got to agree though, for general shooting I think it could suit a leftie as well as a rightie:)

    Regards

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    I think you will find this was a early version that was semi auto, As later version are not being released with this feature and to replicate the new gun as it is to be it was filmed with him putting a lot of pressure to stop it recycling.
     
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    looks like the ultimate woods walker.
     
  11. Grumpyoldman

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    Need more info on the humming bird :D thinks thats my new rifle sorted :eek: At last
     
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    Aww come on, i got first dibs:D:D;)
     
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    Wrong admin come first and I'm sure no other mod likes bull pups so that puts me first........:D (Joking apart they look real good and will be following these closely :up:)
     
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    its perfect , im flat out rabbiting after work before the crops go in , there wher a few choice words this evening trying to use an airranger from a suzuki jimny , that rifle is perfect the cocking mech would be perfect there , now there is a perfect tool for the job , is there any in the UK yet ? real ones not ones certain parties pretend to have :rolleyes:
     
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    Seems Blackpool air Buyer may have them soon. Price may be 1083.
     
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    Anyone got links to any specs.They look like a perfect all rounder and could replace my small collection if found to be up to spec :D
     
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    be very wary of kalibrgun untill they get established in the UK , ots been a ryt shytttttt fight so far :mad:
     
  18. Hunter 001

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    You are right. I will wait for now.
     
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    Agreed, my gunshop advised me not to order from them due to the company, this was about 3months ago.... I always was suspect of them aswell....
     
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    Form what i have seen and read
    i would not order - if i could walk in the shop, pick one up and try it then maybe
    I am sure it will get sorted as they seem to have a good product that people want may just take some time for dust to settle ?
    looks very nice though from the vid

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