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what CO2 GUN to chose?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by the fox, Aug 9, 2007.

  1. the fox

    the fox Member

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    hello

    I have alot of experiance with air guns and now wish to buy a new one.
    I have always wanted a Co2 or a quick reloder of some type.
    The top of my list is one of these crosmans 1077 , Ratcatcher, king ratcatcher, 2260 rabbit stopper or even the rat buster and if you can think of anything similar thats also good.
    It will be used many for plinking bit also some pest control.
    When you read this it probly sounds like i hate rats but i real have them as pets!

    thanks bas
     
  2. Rockabilly

    Rockabilly Big Poster

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    the best co2 gun at the moment is the brocock air magnum
    gives full power in .22 cal and its a good looking rifle.;)
     
  3. the fox

    the fox Member

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    thanks but do you have any links for it
     
  4. Arnold Layne

    Arnold Layne Newbie

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    why bother with C02 particularly for pest control with so many decent spring or PCP guns to chose from?
     
  5. Potshot

    Potshot Engaging Member

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    CO2

    Hi Fox,I can't comment on the Brocock Air Magnum but i've never found a CO2 gun that is 100% suitable.
    Ratcatcher/Rabbitstoppers are about top power.
    A suitable springer is easier to find and doesn't have the running costs of CO2.
    Cheers
     
  6. the fox

    the fox Member

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    Thanks for the help.
    but the problem is i have spring but it is loud and takes a long time to reload and the pcp are hellish expensive in the SA.

    bye
     

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