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Newbie help

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by p1ug1, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. p1ug1

    p1ug1 Active Member

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    Hi all, new to the forum but need help.
    Have just been given a BAM .22 rifle and i was wondering how i find out what model i have so i can get more info on it.
    Any help would be much appreciated.

    many thanks
     
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    post a photo you will soon get an answer ...great forum mate
     
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    if anyone needs more photos or closer i can take more.
    many thanks
     
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    looks like a bam db4 deluxe .
     
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    just searched that and it does look like it, my other question would be, the site i see it on says its a .177 but the pellets i have been given with it and it shoots are .22. Now im confused.
     
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    if it takes a .22 pellet it will be a .22 barrel. they are made in both calibres .shpuld be a decent rifle i believe they are clones of hw 77 weihrauch. and yours looks to have a better grade finish.
    enjoy ya shooting
     
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    thank you for your help :)
     
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    no probs ,anytime
     
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    Hi Plug' , and do me a favour . For safety's sake, promise you will keep hold of the underlever when loading a pellet. No meaning to be patronising but it worries me seeing people not doing that . atb, rich.
     
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    If it's a DB4 then it's pretty much the cheapest underlever available,they aren't up to much but if it makes you happy shooting it...keep it ;)
     
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    There's always plenty of good info to be got from this forum mate, but you may wish to concider peeking at the UK chinese airgun forum for plenty of info from people with the same gun. You may have to register to read some of the info but it's worth it, then come back here..!!.. ;-)

    http://ukchineseairgunforum.myfreeforum.org/forum65.php
     
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    Advice taken, thanks :)
     
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    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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