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What gun do you have?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Fog, Oct 31, 2005.

  1. Fog

    Fog Engaging Member

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    I have an S200 with all the trimmings.Its a nice light weight gun and very light.I also can't believe how accurate it is.
    My wife is starting to fancy it and i fear i might have to get another.

    Even though i like it i was thinking upmarket a bit. The S410 perhaps or something in that range.
    Anyone got any suggestions?
     
  2. hesalc

    hesalc Newbie

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    You can´t go wrong with the S-410..

    I have a S-410 carbine, I have also a S-300, Both are great guns.
    Powerfull, very good trigger and good finish.

    Other guns in that range could be the FX´s and falcon´s, I´ll never owned one of these but I only read good things about them.



    Saludos
    Heriberto
     
  3. Fog

    Fog Engaging Member

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    I have plumped for the H100T its action is smooth and is so quiet with the new screw on silencer. The 14 shot mag and side cock action is brilliant.
    The down side is you have to undo it all to fill it but then i just whack it down the smiths and for £1 they do it.It is also a tad heavy but these do not out way the plus's
     
  4. Rags

    Rags Active Member

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    Fog I have the following..

    Barnes Delta45. .45 cal.
    Barnes Appaloosa .32 cal. being built now be here in 3 mos.:)
    DAQ .50 cal.
    DAQ .308 cal.
    Sam Yang Big Bore 909 .44 cal.
    Sam Yang Big Bore 909 .44 cal. barrel & caliber change later.
    Shin Sung Fire 201 .9mm
    Shin Sung Career II 707 .22 cal.
    FX Cyclone .22 cal.
    Airforce Talon SS .22 cal.
    Airforce Talon with 24” shrouded barrel from MAC1 .22 cal.
    Benjamin 392PA Steroid .22 cal. from MAC1
    Beeman R1 .177 cal.
    Beeman R7 .177 cal.
    Daisy Red Ryder BB gun
    IZH-46M .177 cal.
    RWS Diana P5 Magnum .177 cal.
    Benjamin Franklin 137 .177 cal.

    I'm lucky my wife likes airguns and firearms.

    Happy Shooting, Rags
     
  5. Fog

    Fog Engaging Member

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    Is that It! So you have just started out then;)
     
  6. Rags

    Rags Active Member

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    You're right I'm just getting started again after

    a forty year standdown. ;) When I was a youngster in the fifty’s I use to roam the fields around our home shooting and hunting at will. It was normal to see someone carrying a rifle walking down the road or even in town. You could buy BB’s, pellets and firearm ammunition at the grocery stores. I started out with airguns then went to firearms. Later on houses were built in the fields and the shooting was stopped. After twenty-one years in the service I retired within ten miles from our old home. Today it you carry a rifle of any kind down the street in the open the police will be called. I found one of my old airguns when I was moving into the new home. I started shooting in the back yard. So I guess that makes me a born again airgunner. :thumb: :lol:

    Happy Shooting.
    Rags
     
  7. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    I don't have that many :(

    Mine are

    Theoben SLR98
    Theoben Fenman
    HW90/RX2
    HW45 Pistol
    Air Arms Pro Elite

    Enough to keep me happy for a while. :high5:
     
  8. Rags

    Rags Active Member

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    It's not how many you have it's if you

    have fun with the ones you have that counts.:)
     
  9. Rags

    Rags Active Member

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    you have some nice ones.

    I've always wanted to shoot a Theoben SLR 98. What caliber is the Fenman?
     
  10. 16Grain

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    RWS Excalibre .22
    RWS Scimitar .22
    Logun Axsor .177
    BSA Meteor Mk3 .22

    +lots of dead rats...:)
     
  11. Sam

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    I actually gave up shooting last year, so my cabinets a bit bare at the moment having sold off all my gear previously.

    I'm returning to the sport, but due to work comittments at the moment, new toys aren't appearing as fast as i'd like. :(

    Upto now all I have is a CZ452 Silhouette .22LR rimfire.
    My next purchase will probably be a Rapid Mk1 in either .22 or .25, which I will uprate to FAC (if its .22 i'll go 40ft/lbs, if its .25 i'll go 60 - 70ft/lbs).

    In the new year i'll get something with a little more poke for fox and long range vermin out to 200yards or so, possibly .17HMR .22 Hornet etc...

    I'll also build myself a custom .177 12ft/lb airgun for plinking HFT etc at some stage.

    So many toys out there, so little time. :rolleyes:
     
  12. niloc

    niloc Newbie

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    hi sam guess who
     
  13. Sam

    Sam Well-Known Member

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    I guess you'd be the ugly bearded one in the blue check dress then? :D
    Don't be giving me any gypp about the hornet neither, i've conceded on that one. :p (you win):eek:

    P.S; You stalking me? :D
     
  14. Chael

    Chael Engaging Member

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    read my sig. its easier than me posting :D
     
  15. joker??

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    talking of stalking (monkey...joker)are you pre following :eek:me @ my mk:first:
     
  16. Sam

    Sam Well-Known Member

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    Me following you?:confused:
    Nahhhhhh, think again my primate friend. :D
     
  17. Sam

    Sam Well-Known Member

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    Ok, to answer the original question (now i'm sorted and made my mind up on calibers) :eek: :D

    .177 Air rifle 12ft/lbs (undecided as yet)

    Custom built Rapid Mk1 .22 FAC 40ft/lbs (to come)

    CZ 452 Silhouette .22 rimfire

    Ruger M77 Mk2 .223

    Ta-daaaa :D
     
  18. joker??

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    RAPIDS MK1 IN 22 MK2 IN 177
     
  19. Chael

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    UPDATE: Rapid Mk2 on it's way at this very minute :). 40fpe, .22
     
  20. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    You must be loaded :violent1:
     

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