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My New Steyr Pro X

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Edward paris, Oct 31, 2019.

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    Very nice.
     
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    Marky-Boy Just The One + 1

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    Me Likey!!
     
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    Still on the fence with which one but leaning more to the Scout.
     
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    Superb, enjoy :thumb:
     
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    Great piece of kit. Enjoy your new gun and place an order for more pellets, lots of them!

    what flavour did you get .177 or .22 ?
     
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    Very nice. Enjoy!
     
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    Very nice bit of kit :thumb:
     
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    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    That's a belter :thumb:
     
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    Beautiful. I do love precision engineering. I have a choice, I'd love a Pro X, but I also want a Lexus, so for the time being, it'll have to be the car, but at least it's as far up the quality ladder as the Steyr.
     
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    Very tidy fella

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    Very nice. These are becoming quite popular.
     
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    Good taste there, what Lexus are you going for?
     
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    Wayno, I'm looking at a four or five year old IS 300 H. Currently we have a Honda Civic and a Mazda MX5. The Honda is the fourth we've owned and all I've ever paid for is wiper blades, oil changes and brake pads. As for the MX5's, they just get better as they evolve. We've had all five models and the RF is a stunner. You can drive over a coin and tell what value it was.
    The Lexus IS is just a treat really, I don't mind buying one with 30,000 on the clock as I only average about 4000 per annum, so it will be a luxury toy, but with ultimate practicality.
    A good friend of mine has the RX 400, it's done 90,000 miles and either I'm deaf, or it's built like the Star Trek Enterprise, because it just glides along almost in silence. He said he'd driven it from Holyhead to Crewe at an average of 80 mph and saw 60 mpg. He drove his brothers Range Rover over the same route, he felt sick, his mother complained that he was weaving over the road, he wasn't, it was the air suspension wobbling in the bends.
    I live in Crewe, it's the home of Rolls Royce and Bentley Motor Cars, well, these days it's only Bentley. About 20 years ago Rolls Royce bought the Lexus LS 400 which was their first UK import. They stripped it down to the tyres as they always did with the competition, but previously it had only been the Merc 500. I know the head of suspension for what was RR and now Bentley, and he says they saw the quality of the LS and rang the bell of doom.
     
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    What shot count are you getting from a fill?

    I can't decide either. The short length of the Scout appeals but I'm thinking the higher shot count of the regular Pro X might be better for plinking or at the range.
     
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    Great rifle may you never run low on pellets :thumb:
     
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    This is my shrouded scout with full length air tube. its shorter than my normal scout with a Huggett fitted.
     

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    My car is a 2013 is300h fsport. It has 65000 miles on it and has never missed a beat. It’s a lovely drive, but I’m getting bored of it now. Mentally I should keep it - had my previous car (Impreza) for 7 years before I got bored of it. Saw an fsport 300h in blue and thought it looked stunning. Looked at the spec, £10 year road tax, 60+ mpg, 200bhp.
    I fully recommend them but I also have my eye on bmw m135i. the practical side of me says keep the Lexus but 320 bhp hot hatch appeals too......
     

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