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New SMK PCP Air Rifles

Discussion in 'Countryway Gunshop' started by the-countryway, Jul 17, 2015.

  1. dave goodall

    dave goodall Donator

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    Be wary of the 177 and .25 search on google first the first 177 had serious issues in the barrel I'd wait for reviews on both .25 and 177 first unless your willing to replace the barres nt a hard job it only has a step on it to fit no porting ect

    What I spent upgrading my .22 p10 I could of bought one the popular off the shelf brands
     
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    hmmmmmmm,,,iv orderd the 177,,,,,,,,i thought that they had sorted the barrel problem and fitted a reg ?
     
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    I'm talking a year ago mate lads have had 177 and very happy now think whitto was last to order 177 and very happy with hs purchase as with most new guns the first have issues
     
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    thanks dave,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,that makes me feel a bit better,,,,,iv seen nothing but good reports on the p12,,,,,,,,i hope the p10 is as good,,,,,,,no vids on youtube or reviews on the p10,,,,,,just one i saw but that was at a show,,im thinking they have only just been released,,,or am i wrong,,,,??
     
  5. dave goodall

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    It's hard to say mate very funny carry on with uk models as u saw about ten of us imported ares beginning of the year but then supply's dried up completely not sure what the reaon for this is if it's because f the high power they can deliver with ease or no anti tamper ect but been a strange carry on regardless u won't regret one that's for sure the engineering ect is great on them fom every thing from the trigger linkage to titanium tubes ect I have a titanium bolt kit some where left we ad sent from USA as we swapped a few parts too and fro when u get your p10 let me no ile dig it u out only down side was the cheap bolts they used on the guns everything else was comparable to bullpups £1000 more and then some
     
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    Sounds brill mate. I'm realy looking forward to getting one. I have Bullpups my hw100 and it makes it a much nicer gun to shoot on standing shots. I think I will be making a custom stock for the p10 when it arrives I have a slot for an fac air rifle on my ticket so this may be going on. But in .20 or 22. I have t seen it mentioned in 20 so not sure if they do one
     
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    We're quite impressed with it. The stock is a little plain, and the bolts are a little stiff, but the few shots we have put through one we're nice and consistent and grouped well.
     
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    Thanks for the update. The bolt should sweeten up in time or a little polishing should sort it. Ceep us informed. Thanks
     
  11. j rayner

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    got mine today

    first off it looks and feels very nice,,got extra o rings etc,,,the bolt is stiff to say the least,,,hammer spring is quite heavy,,,strong,,,power is 11.5fb,,,177 btw...mag seems a bit ,,,hmmmmm,,ill reserve comment on that untill ive had a proper look,,loading a pellet using the mag felt quite clunky,,,,at the moment im very pleasd for the money,,,not had chance to do an accuracy test yet,,may be tumoz,,if it shoots straight and i can smooth things out it will be an awsome bit of kit,,,any tips on how to smooth it out dave ??:confused:
     
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    must admit im liking the look of it
     

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