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kalibr cricket

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by dylan, Jan 6, 2014.

  1. dylan

    dylan Donator

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    hi I been asked to a couple of pics up of my cricket ,so here's a few
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  2. The Robin

    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Love it, there good aren't they :up:
     
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    these are taking off big time! are the tactical stocks wooden painted? dont like the look of them at all. prefer the walnut. cracking gun though
     
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    hmmmmmm , yup not helping the potential wallet damage :rolleyes: whats the accuracy like , im kind off spoilt by my Daystate ;)
     
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    It looks very nice. As far as I know they are very accurate.
    Few rapid fans sold their rapid to get one.
     
  6. Comrade Stumpy

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    1/2 in groups at 50 yards seems accurate enough for me :) I'd recommend getting hold of the cheek piece though as it makes it a bit more comfortable to shoot especally in the cold weather.
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  7. Grumpyoldman

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    Got to get the rifle first :rolleyes: how much is the cheek piece , just while im doing my sums :eek:
     
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    nice gun, how many mags have you got ?
     
  9. dylan

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    they are Robin ,very good ,they're abit different to shoot but the more I use it the more I like it ,

    this is tactical, not painted wood, feels very nice in your hands ,do like the walnut maybe have that if I can get hold of another
     
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  10. dylan

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    my mk4 Daystates very accurate and would say it just has the edge over the cricket, but I think that more down to me and the trigger ,been testing some jsb heavy out today , groups where ranging from 5mm to 9mm for a 5 shot group at 30yrds
     
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    mine as 4 14 shot mags all fit in the mag holder which is a cracking idea
     
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    Yep, mines got 4 mags and the cheek piece cost about £30 but had to get it from Holland. It's actually walnut that has been coated in a rubberised finish.
     
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    You may just find this interesting then. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIdODM7_CwM :D.
     
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    I ant a fan rather have ya nk4 Dylan pal lol
     
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    Looks great seems to have a very gpod review aswell my friend might buy one soon cant wait to see it in person
     
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    How is the trigger as they can be pretty pants on bullpups?
     
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    I heard that Solware are the only outlet for the Cricket in the UK? Did you import yours from Czech or buy in the UK?
    Cheers
     
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    Did u get it from ******* last week.think it was you that beat me to it.
     
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    mines is a import but not by me
     

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