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New Hw100t In Walnut

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by pjgtech, Jul 23, 2020.

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    pjgtech Inf'amee, Inf'amee, they've all got it Inf'amee!

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    Got a new HW100 earlier this week. :up:
    Here she is with her new scope (Optisan EVX 4-12x44SF). :)
    These photos are also after her first coat of CCL oil, the grain is coming up nicely. :thumb:
    She also now has a nice little Biathlon lever extension, as the one (tiny) criticism I have of the HW100, is that the standard lever is a bit small /close to the stock, for people like me who have large sausage type fingers! :facepalm:
    I've also got her a nice auto pop out single shot loader.
    I'll hopefully get down the range at the weekend, and Zero the scope.
    Gotta bit of a dodgy tummy, so feelin' a bit sorry for myself today, but hopefully will be ok again by tomorrow or Saturday?
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    looking nice :)
     
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    Looks great, will look even better once you get that barrel band removed and put on a support for the cylinder.
     
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    pjgtech Inf'amee, Inf'amee, they've all got it Inf'amee!

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    Why, surely the barrel band does already support the cylinder, its a fairly tight fit?
     
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    Cleaner lines, the barrel is solid.

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    Very nice indeed mate
     
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    pjgtech Inf'amee, Inf'amee, they've all got it Inf'amee!

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    Hmm, not sure about that, as ever its a personal thing, but I quite like the way it looks as standard.
    Cheers though I did not even realise removing the barrel band was an option... :thumb:
     
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    I have changed the original barrel band for a ‘U’ shaped one which supports the cylinder as the bipod screw when tight enough seemed to interfere with accuracy. I cannot remember where I got it from if I find a link I’ll send it to you.

    Rowan Engineering have some nice items HERE
     
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    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    Belter ....nice rifle :thumb:
     
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    Looking good :thumb:
     
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    pjgtech Inf'amee, Inf'amee, they've all got it Inf'amee!

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    1st use today, zeroed at 21yds, then at 35yrds, wow, really impressed.
    I've shot a few other peoples 100's, but usually its just a couple of shots, maybe a whole mag or two.
    So having a "proper" long session really showed what this gun can do.
    It was windy today and we had slight rain a few times, so we had to keep stopping, but hope to get a longer session in tomorrow and really test getting some good groups, only used JSB Exacts so far 8.44gr, so may try a few other pellets tomorrow, but so far loving this gun....
     
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    Nice, Nice, Nice! Loving the 100's :thumb:
     
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    I have tried JSB Exacts and AA Diablo field but these JSB heavies seem slightly better than the others. I do regularly pull through the barrel with a couple of those nail cleaning patches and a spray of Napier oil on them then a few more to clean.

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    Your stock is coming up lovely , can I ask did you sand it down before applying the oil or simple building it up over ther original finish?
     
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    Looks cool, mate.
     
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    Jsb heavies 10.34 5.52 are great in my hw100t.:thumb:
     

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