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Underlever Or Under Stated !

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by jb37, Nov 25, 2019.

  1. jb37

    jb37 posted

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    When I was a younger it had to be a break barrel what went wrong
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  2. pjgtech

    pjgtech Bah Humbug.......

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    Hehe, like an underlever myself too, :) very nice collection you have there.... :thumb:
     
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    landymick Keyboard Hero

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    I don’t know but you really got it wrong :D
     
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  4. Gary Jones

    Gary Jones Big Poster

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    Very special looking rifles you have there mate.

    Spoilt for choice
     
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  5. jb37

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    My only break barrels couple of strange ones

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    All the gear no idea that's me :thumb:
     
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  7. monsta41

    monsta41 Donator

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    i feel that there is a potential for an underlever to be more accurate as the barrel doesnt move
     
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    foxtrott Big Poster

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    Very nice collection pal which is your favourite hard to choose I bet.
     
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  9. jb37

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    Has to be the full TX rifle the stock was just brought by my youngest boy as a birthday present close second the TX HC which was my present to me ( old stock I had )
     
  10. Bearded Sniper

    Bearded Sniper Keep it simple, stupid

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    I think I'd grab the Prosport everytime if that were my collection
     
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  11. jb37

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    Little swap round with stock/scope/action
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  12. rabbitwrecker

    rabbitwrecker The Tree Hunter...

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    Have owned both - sidelevers too - but it's breakers for me. I do like that laminate HW, very nice... :thumb:
     
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  13. Bunny-on-Bunny

    Bunny-on-Bunny Busy Member

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    I think there's a real need for a special sub-forum for displaying guns like these.
     
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  14. Hiram

    Hiram Posting Addict

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    I agree that the potential is there but, for me, at 40 yards or so it just doesn't factor in. I think the difference between a fixed barrel and a moving one could matter at even a hundred yards. But I don't shoot my springers that far. When I asked this forum what I should get as a first springer, I was thinking that an underlever would be the obvious choice since the barrel is fixed but the overwhelming opinion was that I should get an 80. This puzzled me until I got it and realized that, fixed or break barrel, the 80 was more accurate at springer range than I could be. I shoot that 80 a hell of a lot more consistently accurately than I shoot my TX.
     
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    I believe that break barrels look less fussy than under levers, that's why the Prosport has such a following but if we are honest a good solid air rifle will out shoot the majority of us what ever the style
     
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    rabbitwrecker The Tree Hunter...

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    That may well have been the case a hundred years ago - but certainly not now. I could argue that the lock-up of the lever could mess with the barrel harmonics, thus leading to potential inaccuracy... :thumb:
     
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    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Stunning collection :thumb:
     
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  18. Rattymcrattyface

    Rattymcrattyface Hell ain't a bad place to be

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    Love the silver mounts against the black. If i get a dedicated target tool ill do this.:thumb:
     
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    I only Plink but have to love a nice piece of kit :thumb:
     
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  20. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    I love an underlever and have 3 myself.......some lovely rifles matey very nice indeed. :thumb:
     
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