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Thanks Hairyarms

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jw74, Mar 27, 2020.

  1. jw74

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    Done a bit more on our little range, added a few of hairyarms targets to it. Top chap and the targets are great, I'd say they'll last a very long time, very well balanced too. The polo target is great fun at 45yds, if you get bored and want to make some different sized versions of the polo one I'll take some hairyarms :cool: Screenshot_20200323-171002.png
     
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    Looking good mate I am glad you like them :up: I used to make tiny 6mm kills on the polo targets but these days I just do 8mm ones.
     
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    Nice range there :thumb: I'd love to have that much space!

    I've got one of your 6mm polo's, it keeps me busy at 15m in the garden :D
     
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    excellent range :thumb: enjoy

    cant recommend hairy arms enough , his targets are superb
     
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    I bought a step drill bit, my polo targets now range from 8mm up to 25mm. Was an eBay cheapy too. About £12 I think. Got to love @hairyarms targets.
     
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    Good job bud I think I will set a couple of my targets out tomorrow and dust off the 77
     
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    Thanks all, me and the boy are well happy with it so far. The step drill idea isa good one cheers, I'll get some more in the future and do that i reckon
     
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    They’re good but make sure the target is clamped down well. And use cutting paste or oil too. Makes it much easier.
     
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    Lovely range JW, I'm sure a lot of us on here are very jealous!
     
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    I used to have a 6mm version and it went missing I've still got the 8mm fantastic and very well made. I have a few of hairyarms targets and I love em all .
     
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