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Show us your weapon!!

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Chris the Fish, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. Steve K

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    My current guns (all keepers)

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    Bought yesterday! :)

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  3. WelshGamoCamo

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    Steve k u r a dirty gritty individual
     
  4. WelshGamoCamo

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    my mate has this gun an doesn't even kno it !!! wat du reckon it's worth guys on a real level ??? I'm guna buy it :)
     
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    guns 003.JPG Here is my fav:up:, bsa superstar mk 1 .22 it now has a hawke 3-9x40 ir scope on and its food of choice are rws super domes, had it for years, is has a gas ram fitted, dont use the bipod, its just for holding the gun up, this was given to me by my old man, and it could break in two and i still would not get rid of, this is my gun with no price tag. Got a webley raider 10 shot ( brummy one) will get some more pics of this as its been treated to a new bipod, and a hawke 4-12 x 50 ir scope and a jack pike sling. A crossman 357 (great bit of fun) and the lad has a phantom .22
     
  6. lewis850

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    i have that gun in our save :) its a family friends and he doesnt use it :) and i wasnt sure what it was until now, thanks
     
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    Hi

    From memory (I think) I paid £150 or £170 for it but it turned out that someone had messed with the Rekord trigger and I didn't like how it shot so I bought another unit, fitted it and it Shoots superbly (just a shame that I can't shoot for peanuts:eek::eek: )

    BTW, The scope and mount didn't come with it;)


    John:)
     
  8. Steve K

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    That gave me the giggles! :up: :D ;)
     
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    rapid mk1 [custom]

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    Back = Remington 597
    Front = Anschutz 525
     
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    Sneaky is the Remington an m4 replica? How is the semi auto? Does it ever jam? Which do you prefer to shoot?
     
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    The Remington is fitted with a Promag Archangel kit i ordered from America mate. It does suffer from magazine problems as they are crap, i only load it with 5 at a time and it's fine like that.

    Which do i prefer? Tough choice now after the Remington conversion, the remington is a joy to hold with both the pistol and fore grips.. really comfortable shooting postion.

    The 525 though is awesome as well.. rock solid build and lovely trigger. I can't choose mate.. i like em both, if there was a Promag kit for the Anschutz then that would be the way to go.:p
     
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    Do you hunt with the semi-auto? I am putting in for my ticket in a couple of months, only for use at the range initially. But the primary goal is to get some land to hunt with it on. I have quized a few of the guys at the range as to what gun to get. I said that I had looked at some Remington semi-autos, but more than one of them has said that you should not hunt with semi auto because it is dangerous. Personally I always treat my gun as if it is loaded and while hunting it often is, so I don't see what the issue is. I didn't get into the argument with them for fear of having missed the point and looking like a tit!
     
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    haha it's to true ! What a guy !!!
     
  16. WelshGamoCamo

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    anyone reppin a theoburn ??? I havnt seen one for years !!!
    2 the man with the EUsTA it wnt let me quote u !!!
    fumin I was hopin for like sum dumb amount of hundreds wen I heard rare ?!? I kno the kid was askin a tenner before lol Ive told him before now to get a new gun (beacause it looks lik it's from WW1 the state on it) rather than bother fixin it an sell it to MEEEEEEEE
     
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    Don't hunt with a semi auto as it's dangerous? lol.. i suppose any gun is potentially dangerous.

    Yes i do hunt with both mine, i love the fact you can rapidly re fire without having to move at all as that comes in very handy at times.

    some people will say that a bolt action is more accurate, however both my guns do what i want them to.
     
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    Not a very good picture I know, also not the full collection as I currently have an SMK SYNSG and BSA Meteor as projects.
    I will do better pics one day:eek:
     
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    This is what I bought about 16 years ago from Weston park Game fair for the sum of £135.

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    A scoped .177 '77K, a little rough around the edges.

    After getting it home and giving it a good clean, a couple of things stood out, one was that the scope was a Tasco AG 2-7X32WA which were still being sold for £120 or so at the time before the cheaper import version came about.

    Another thing was the Rekord trigger was missing, and a straight bladed all-brass unit sat in its place. The silencer was unlike any I have ever seen before with a hand-made latch, the stock was varnished and modified to quite an angular design, and a small piece of selotape just infront of the breech sat that quietly with the legend "LAZAGLIDE"

    Despite a bent underlever, worn blueing, and an unusual stock, It is an 1987 HW77K Venom Lazaglide with the handmade Mach-1 trigger unit.

    It's getting on a bit now, power is down to between 7-8 ft-lbf, but it still shoots better than I do!

    It has recently come out of retirement where it sat without firing a shot for 3-4 years, and the break has done it no harm.

    Last week was spent stripping the varnish off, sanding smooth and re-oiling with some Danish oil which has really revealed the hidden timber.

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    Future plans include getting it back up to full health again.

    It does have a companion, a pistol-scoped HW45 in .22 but this seems to bit a bit camera shy and needs to be dug out of where ever it's hiding.
     
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