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Proud new owner

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by soggybongo, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. soggybongo

    soggybongo Well-Known Member

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    well after driving around most of today viewing/ trying out a few D/S Airwolf's i finally went for a second hand D/S Airwolf tactical MCT - 1.77 in immaculate condition with the following extras.

    bushnell 3-9x56eg scope - not brilliant i know (saving pennies for hawke sidewinder 30 sr12 8-32-56) this is on my birthday wish list and only nine days to wait.
    4x mags - 3 open top and one sealed
    1x single shot tray
    1x Deben bipod
    1x 7ltr bottle brand new filled with gauge and whip
    1x sling
    1x realtree rifle bag (too small really as it is a squeeze to get the rifle in)
    1x silencer adapter
    1x carbon silencer (can't believe how quiet it is fitted compared to not fitted)
    1x dili bottle cover

    the guy i bought it off had just received it back from daystate on the 27/06/12 after having the bolt reverted back to right hand (he shot left handed so bolt was on the left) also with a full test power and chronograph printout with receipts.

    total cost £1125

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  2. Flykilla

    Flykilla Engaging Member

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    Looks like you got yourself a nice bit of kit, looking forward to see the photos, enjoy..
     
  3. The Robin

    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Yes pic's are a must, did you buy this private? i.e not a gun shop
     
  4. o050cal0o

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    Cant be from a shop thats a very good price very jealous top notch gun.
     
  5. soggybongo

    soggybongo Well-Known Member

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    yes mate private, the only fault i can pick up on the rifle is when daystate reverted the bolt from left to right on her last week they put a silver one on bearing in mind that it is the tactical version (what were they thinking) might just try my luck and ring them as i have the receipt and ask for a black one, failing that i'm going to source a black bolt and fit myself as it's only a couple of grub screws.
    i'll get some pics up tomorrow.
     
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  6. soggybongo

    soggybongo Well-Known Member

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    pic now added
     
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    Very nice!

    Glad i/you didnt pay that invoice though. An hours labour charged to change a bolt? Ouch!
     
  8. soggybongo

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    must have taken them all of 2 mins as there are only 2x grub screws and off the bolt comes, i don't know if the pin needed to be changed though to accomodate the right hand bolt?
     
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    Ah, not sure on that, that might make it justifiable, ive not taken one of these apart!
     
  10. vrs55

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    very nice rifle :cool:
     
  11. Mart61

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    Nice looking gun!
     
  12. Accuspell

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    Top deal there. A friend of mine has one in .20 and it is a superb rifle. The MVT (or is it MCT?) bit, the electronic bits anyway, are incredible. Every shot is exactly the same and after 6 months with it he is now hitting tack heads at 50 yards with it using JSB Exacts....I can't compete with that!

    You are in for a fun time learning the holds and then you'll be hitting everything you look at. The one thing I have been told to watch (by him) is the battery....make sure you top it up every few weeks. A new one is about £50.:eek:
     
  13. DaveC_24

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    Looks like a rather nice piece of kit for the money! I've just bought a Daytstate Huntsman (the "new" Midas one) second-hand; obviously it's not electronic like the Airwolf, but I'm impressed with it so far. I can only imagine the Airwolf being even better, though I doubt I'd ever be able to afford one even at the price you got yours for! Good work. :)
     

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