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Richies Kozak

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by RichieRich, Apr 12, 2019.

  1. RichieRich

    RichieRich Donator

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    It's a thing of beauty :D

    Stood next to my Compatto

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    Popped my mod onto the Kozak, still looks compact :D
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    Nice both look good :thumb:
     
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    very nice, hope your compatto is as accurate as my bantam
     
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    Very very nice!

    Does it need the extra silencing?

    :)
     
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    mikeyhall1 Pepe Le Pew

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    Very nice
     
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    I have no plans to buy one, but I wouldn't mind a look at one. My sketchy bullpup plans died when the Defiant turned out to be deficient and buying an FAC FX (say) then detuning if needs be in the future now appears to be a non starter. Though my preference would be now for something slim like an original Bantam or the Artemis P15....
     
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    Could a Compatto not float your boat?
     
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    I can't say I don't like them. But they don't do much for me I did prefer the Bantam. I find it odd that they can launch a Compatto with a reg and still keep it 'compatto' why couldn't they have done the same with the Bantam as the HR Sniper feels a lot, lot bigger? You see this was when I first started shopping for a PCP and I looked at alls sorts, but the Brocock pair, even though I like the Bantam, weren't really in the running because I wanted something in a conventional layout. The Compatto does have that handy power setting knob but when I started considering rifles for shooting down the hall at first I wanted 70s 10m rifle but now I have decided to stay with BSA and get an Ultra to mirror and complement the R10. I don't think it is a bad rifle, I like it, but it doesn't do it for me and for secondary or fun purchases that is a deal breaker for me. I do for my sins like the Ultra. Beyond the Ultra the only PCP I can see me getting is a green CZ200 and that will be after I have had the R10 'tuned' and rescoped.
     
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    For the regulated Compatto, they called it (highly imaginitive), the Compatto Sniper HR :facepalm:. Can't fault the gun, but when i got my Kozak, i instantly knew the Compatto would be sat unused while the Kozak gets all the attention :rolleyes:
     
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    I bought the R10 because I wasn't getting enough trigger time with rimfire; I wasn't looking to get back into airguns as it were. And that's why I am getting the Ultra.

    But the thing is in many ways they are more interesting than 'firearms' and I find the legal aspects of the latter to be worrisome. I am lucky that my 'club' where I shoot rimfire is 15 minutes if that away, but at home I can shoot down the hall and I can shoot down the side of the house all safely. There is an organic aspect to air rifle which I like, especially springers, that makes them as much part of the 'mandraulic projectile throwing' (archery, crossbows, slingshots etc) as it does firearms. So I may get a bullpup something in the future, but I don't know. Ultra and getting the R10 sorted next, then HW30S to keep the Ultra company, and then I see where I am. I fluctuate. I would like a full size springer in .177 as my beloved Omega is .22 and my Airsporter Stutzen lovely as it is I can't shoot too small. But I also very like the look of CZ 200 in green. But I don't want anything modern I won't use. All good fun. :p
     
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    Day out at the range

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    Change of scope up top
    Airmax 30 SF Compact 4-16x44
    Going to take a bit of getting used to!
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    It would look better with an Atlas clone bipod.:):rolleyes:o_O:loser::facepalm:
     
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    Been a while, but here's an update :)

    @Crash one Brass trigger guard and safety
    @Shoto1 3D Printed Viper Sidewheel (lighter than original)
    Atlas Bipod clone
    Ant 3-slot QD-Picatinny adapter
    A-Tec Wave Mod
    MTC Viper 4-16x50 IRS SCB

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