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Springer Against A Shed

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Robgriff1, Mar 31, 2020.

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    The springer with the long barrel is a 1960s relum telly, the small hammer gun is a 410 from Belgium, the other hammer is a Lincoln Jeffries 12 g Birmingham gun
     
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    The 77 has had the most work , inside that is .
     
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    The 77 stock is looking great and loving the 99
     
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    The 99 is brilliant mate , had a few shots with in today , cost the least but it’s only just behind the 77 for accuracy, I put that spring and guides you gave me in it
     
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    Must admit my eye is drawn to the 77.it's a stunner
     
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    Yes shoots nice pal 22mm internals
     
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    Very very nice
     
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    22mm what's been done to achieve that sounds like a bit of engineering
     
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    It’s the only gun I’ve sent away to be sorted , when new it was a bit harsh and would torque when fired , it’s very good now
     
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    My 97, and the wifes beloved Hatsan 900x. Both .22 20200406_181421.jpg 20200406_181337.jpg 20200406_181207.jpg
     
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    Lovely pair mate!
     
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    Oh yes mate. Every day in the garden. Or from the bathroom window into the garden. I've really got the hang of it now. I've learnt how it likes to be held, and although I think I'll never be truly happy with using scopes, I have even become friends with the Hawke on it atlast. All good mate. Can't wait to put it to work on my perm once everything gets back to normal. :thumb:
     
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    I know what you mean about scopes... work of the devil but needs must lol
     
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    For sure mate. It's taken best part of a year now, but I think I'm finally sussing it all out. Horses for courses.? But certainly for me, I'm doing great with hardly any magnifying at all. It's set half way between 3 and 4. Doesn't matter if its 20m or out to 50m, ..... it works for me. But I'm not getting carried away with stuff. For my needs, I'd say I'm a reasonable enough shot, but I don't think that's down to me or the Hawke. It's this 97 that is the real star I reckon. I loved it when I first bought it and shot it, but it was a dog compared to what Shaun has done with it. :thumb:
     
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    That’s awesome mate!

    Definitely sounds like shauny has worked his magic!

    I’ve ordered a titanium paul short kit for my 77, I’m hoping for an equally amazing transformation!

    I’ve just bought a 3-9x40 AMX off sagalout, but going to play with the mags...

    Try my accuracy at 3, 6, 9 mag, see which I prefer, see If accuracy varies between the mags and more importantly my enjoyment!

    Used to just have a 4x32 back in the day and did very well then lol
     
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