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Weihrauch Hw100 Bullpup

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Herbie87, Oct 23, 2019.

  1. Herbie87

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    Thought I'd take a few extra pictures of my HW100 Bullpup .177. I've only been using it a short while but so far it's been everything I'd hoped. Shoulders superbly, extremely accurate, very pointable and well balanced.

    I've fitted a few extras -
    Hawke Sidewinder FFP 4-16x50 with Leupold mounts
    A&M lightweight cylinder
    Bl4de "one off" moderator
    CSP sling plate
    Paracord sling
    Aluminium bipod


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    Marky-Boy Just The One + 1

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    She be Banging!
     
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    Looks good mate. I like it:up:

    What do you think of the A&M cylinders? Would you recommend them? And why did you choose the A&M over say the ratworks or fentons aluminium cylinders?

    Cheers

    Gary
     
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    Thanks Gary. Being the full length and saving nearly 500g, I've found the A&M makes a big difference with the balance of the rifle. I use it for hunting and would definitely recommend the lightweight cylinder upgrade for use in the field. I'm not so sure I would have bothered if I was target shooting off of a rest though. I only went with the A&M because it was a great deal at the time, I wouldn't want to stear you away from the others.
     
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    Yes mate I'm sure that's a noticeable saving weight wise. I'm considering a titanium cylinder as there is a couple of horror stories regarding the Ali cylinder bursting but i dont think theres any recent issues.

    Not that it's a deal breaker but I'm not really a fan of the gauge on the A&M cylinders (I know I'm a big tart, but it's all in the details :D)
     
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    That’s very nice.

    I’m also pleasantly surprised as I thought that scope would look massive on the BP but it doesn’t somehow.

    Enjoy mate
     
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    I'd heard of these horror stories but I couldn't find anything concrete beyond user error causing seals to blow by over filling. The titanium option would definitely be the best, if you can justify the expense.

    The gauge is a strange one, I'm not a fan of the newer A&M one that's similar to the Weihrauch standard. I prefer the older black/silver style I have on the one I've got fitted.
     
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    Thank you. I was worried it would look a bit much too. I've got a smaller scope wheel on order as I'm not a fan of the steering wheel, but it works well otherwise. I had the sidewinder fitted on my HW100KS, but figured the full length BP should theoretically have the better accuracy so I've had a swap around. It adds a fair bit of weight, that's been the only downside really.
     
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    That is a great set up and I'm hearing good reports about these bullpups. I'm sure your going to enjoy it for sure. Ian's mod looks good too :thumb:
     
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    Thanks, I certainly am so far :). The mod is really impressive, hardly any loss on the silencing aspect compared with the HW standard one, but much shorter and looks a lot better too - hats off to @bl4de for his work.
     
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    nice looking bullpup that with HW100 reliability
     
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  12. MikaMutt

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    I do like pups. I also like HW100s. I’ve had three!
     
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  13. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    That's one lovely bit of kit!.. lovely mate.. ;)
     
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    The tube that the silencer is made from looks suspiciously like the detachable hose part of a vacuum cleaner;)

    Up-cycling at its best?
     
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    rizla1 hi

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    Very nice mate :thumb:
     
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    It's got most of the HW100 "Pro's" and not so many of the "Cons", in my opinion at least.

    This is a "best of both" gun for you then ;)

    Thank you :D

    Titanium hoover attachments, maybe @bl4de should get in contact with Dyson? :rolleyes:

    Thanks :thumb:
     
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    Titanium - really???
     
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    No, I meant alloy :facepalm:, but sounds just as ridiculous :p
     
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    That's a cracking rifle, perhaps the next one that I look at. Brilliant!
     
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    I'd definitely recommend having a look at one at least. If it's marmite looks don't put you off (I personally think it looks great), once in your hands and shouldered it's really impressive.
     

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