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went for the 95k

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sharp shooter, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. sharp shooter

    sharp shooter Member

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    :) well its took me a week to make my mind up , the question was spring or gas ram the hw 90k or the hw 95k , been on a couple of different forums asking about the 90k everyone said the same loss of pressure , affected by weather conditions i was talking to colin at manchester air guns he is a gunsmith knows his stuff ,ive used this shop for years he said they had sold ten 90k four of them brought back all had the same problem lack of power so he put them on a chrono all was pushing out 7 to 8 ft pound it seems to be a ongoing problem with the 90k , so on his advice i looked at the 95k in 177 it felt good , nice and light sent one through the chrono putting out 11.5 plus ft pound and 820 fps , so being happy with that i got me a 95k cheers to every who gave info much appreciated ,and thanks to the lads at manchester air guns who did loads of phoning around for me cheers ss
     
  2. Fog

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    Did you try the Air Arms guns

    What about the HW 97 or 98?

    Your dismisal of the 90 was valid but what about the two above ?

    Just intrigued.

    Enjoy your gun....Good shooting:up:
     
  3. sharp shooter

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    the air arms are fantastic gun already have tx200 22 , prohunter 22 , as for the weihrauch allready got a 90 std as for the 97 never had one or shot one but its a weirhauch and a quality gun , the 98 again quality bit heavy at 9lbs and the shrouded barrell does not really do much. dont get me wrong im a big weihrauch and air arms fan but unfortanetly some do have their problems like the 9ok , cheers ss
     

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