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My Current Collection Of Rifles..

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by PBaz Barrett, May 21, 2021.

  1. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Having found myself free for a few hours this afternoon, I thought I would share my current collection of rifles here on AGF and reasons for keeping them.. (sorry for quality of pic's, I will never make a photographer I know :facepalm:)

    Anyways here goes:

    No1 - Brocock Compatto .177

    Had this years since new, always performed perfect. A very rugged, accurate semi bullpup with a full length barrel. Ideal taking through the brush when not wanting to worry about damaging nice wooden stocks.

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    No2 - S410 TDR .177

    This is a great full length rifle, that breaks down in seconds and fit's into a super compact backpack. Super quality rifles as you would expect from AA, dont go wrong and offer super consistent accuracy. Fitted with a Q-tec mod - and Harris bipod and nice light scope. :up:

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    No3 - FX Verminator .22

    Another take down rifle but this one has a massive 450+ shots (enough for a full weekend shooting) very accurate - nice to handle and shoot. Again all breaks down into a small hand case.
    Ideal for rats :thumb:.

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    No4 - PP700 Carbine .22

    This is one super light little carbine, a one off. It has a full length AA barrel - HirdHawkes custom made stock (Canadian Maple) and all be it a single shot, is very nice to hold and a very capable little rifle. :thumb:

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    No5 - The Zbroia Kozak .177

    This little bullpup - semi bullpup is ace in every way. Deadly accurate at any range day or night. And once again, all kit used with it fit's in a small case and is put together in seconds.
    Wonderful to shoot and so accurate and consistent. A good one of these for me can outshoot rifles costing 2-3 times as much ;).

    KozakBoxed.JPG KozakRH.JPG KozaakLH.JPG

    Thanks for looking and happy shooting :thumb:.
     
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  2. William65

    William65 Out with the dog...

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    Nice collection you have there :hunting:
     
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  3. SJC

    SJC Shooter and golfer.

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    A nice set of iron. Happy shooting..
     
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  4. stanimal

    stanimal I used to be indecisive, but now I’m not so sure?!

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    Awesome collection there matey :thumb: i've got a couple of those myself and absolutely love them :D
     
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  5. Devondumpling

    Devondumpling Loves his bullpups !

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    Lovely setups you have there :thumb: . I had a vermy1 wish I keep that one

    Mike
     
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  6. ged

    ged Busy Member

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    Looking good mate like ya style..:cool:
     
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  7. the logun-ator

    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    ....you like you "ickle ones mind doubt you? :)
    Nice them.
    I also have a couple of "stumpys" in my collection.
     
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  8. jesim1

    jesim1 Kit bitch to the Stars

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    There is a definite theme going on there :D :thumb:
     
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  9. vonbeck

    vonbeck Keyboard Hero

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    Nice collection , thanks for taking the time to show them off

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  10. steve9956

    steve9956 Keyboard Hero

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    Lovely selection you've got there buddy! :thumb:
     
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  11. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 BRIT SEALS - M & M Products - TbT

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    Very nice mate, still to try the Artemis - quite fancy one
     
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  12. pjgtech

    pjgtech Where we're going....we don't need roads...

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    :thumb: nice collection...
     
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  13. Lostkiwi

    Lostkiwi Tomorrow will be a good day.

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    Got to love a fettled PP700 and a good Kozak :thumb:
     
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  14. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Nice one lads, glad you liked em.. And yep, I guess they do have a bit of a theme going lol.

    All great value rifles though which I would recommend to anyone TBH..

    One thing I would advice, especially if mounting to something nice, dont skimp on a bipod.
    I use a Harris bipod for sling stud fitment and an Atlas for Weaver fitted mounts, worth every penny. Clones will
    fail and will eventually damage your stocks, aside from not operating as good as the real thing does anyway.
    Well worth the initial cost, and great to purchase 2nd hand if any crop up, genuine ones do generally last for ever.

    Listen at me ranting on about bipods.. :facepalm: Too many gin and tonic's lol..

    Actually thinking about it, I do also have a Atlas clone and a Harris clone up for grabs as I will never use them.. (just purchased for interest in comparing to real thing)

    So.. I will have a competition from here on in.. Winner receives EITHER a Harris clone OR a Atlas clone bipod free of change posted.

    Entrants can enter once, choosing and stating which bipod they would like to receive out of the 2 when posting answer.

    The first person to post correct answer to question - and for which bipod wins it :thumb:..

    :rules01: REMEMBER YOU CAN ONLY ENTER ONCE, AND ONLY FOR ONE BIPOD. THERE WILL BE 2 WINNERS, 1 for ATLAS and 1 for HARRIS.

    Ist person that posts correct answer from here on in, for chosen bipod, wins.. (entrants can only enter once for 1 bipod)..


    So.. The question is..

    Out of the rifles shown in my collection, put in order the rifles, the amount of time I have owned them.. ie No1 - No3 ect..

    Example:

    Harris (Bipod you are entering for)

    1 (Being the one Ive owned longest)
    2
    5
    3
    4 (Being the newest addition)

    Competition ends @ 12:00 tomorrow dinner time..

    Good luck.. and thanks again for viewing my rifles. Peace. :up:
     
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    Ian george Engaging Member

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    A very nice collection, indeed.:thumb:
     
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    eddytom2 Edd

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    Good collection buddy
     
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    Stonebridge Engaging Member

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    I think you have room there to add a spring or two :)
     
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  18. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    :shrug:Guess nobody wanted a free bipod? No entrants? not to worry they will do as rifle stands lol..

    Yep defo lacking a springer I agree, a gap to be filled next Im sure..
     
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    nevadacowboy Big Poster

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    Very nice collection Baz,
     
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  20. jesim1

    jesim1 Kit bitch to the Stars

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    Your comp got lost in the thread, post it separately and you will have people tripping over themselves for a freebie ;)

    James
     
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