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What's The Best Accessory You've Bought?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Horizontal Jogger, Mar 17, 2020.

  1. Jukebox

    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    New Warrior.
    Pard NV008.
    Good binos.

    Gotta be the binos for me as I'm still amazed by them and use them every day I can.
     
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  2. talent

    talent Posting Addict

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    A secret phone for my bit on the side .
     
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  3. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    Yes have too say looking though anything else is a real struggle now lol
     
  4. 2506sendero

    2506sendero Legend in his own mind & living on the edge.

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    I'm glad i picked up my SLC's when i did, i got them for a really good price and they are irreplaceable.
     
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  5. Pellet pinger

    Pellet pinger Donator

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    Without question my Pulsar thermal spotter.
     
  6. PaulBB

    PaulBB Posting Addict

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    In addition to my first answer I’d also add my Fx Crono. Eye opener when you realise the inconsistencies across a charge and then the real differences pellet make/weight make to the whole process
     
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  7. N.Vodden

    N.Vodden Busy Member

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    Wasn't bought for airgunning but I use it every time I go out - Nikon "Archer's Choice" laser rangefinder.

    Sturdy, accurate, weatherproof and when you use it for field archery it gives you the cut for the true distance to shoot an angled shot at :thumb:
     
  8. jw74

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    It's gotta be my farm truck i think, makes life a lot easier driving my hide around :cool:
     
  9. whambam

    whambam Lost in a world of bulls##t

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  10. Pete2

    Pete2 Normal fella - allegedly

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    Fx chrono and compressor.
    Tru oil as well.
    Lane pull through.
     
  11. Blackio

    Blackio Well-Known Member

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    The only thing I’ve bought up to now is my pard nv007. Amazing bit of kit using a borrowed pcp gun/sight to use it with coz not really suitable to use with my springers :D
     
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  12. Lev Levvin

    Lev Levvin BEAST OF BODMIN

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    Hmmm... I’m spoiled for choice...truly..

    ive bought three pards myself, 007,008 and 019, they’re all great in their specific roles... but I’d not class these as ‘accessories’... more necessities for night hunting.

    my lovely Mrs likes buying me shooting goodies...it makes her happy... and most certainly makes me happy too :)

    My most used ‘accessory’ is without doubt the Honda 450 quad bike she bought me for Xmas... use it every day and without it I’d be pretty much stuck in the cottage...since getting it I’ve found areas of the farm land... woods and far flung fields... that I’ve never seen in 12 years!

    then, although I was hesitant due to the cost-hobby shooting ratio...

    The pulsar axion key xm30 thermal spotter Zoë bought me for my birthday....:eek:....

    It’s opened up a whole new world hunting... nothing can hide...
    I was watching Charlie fox moving towards my position this evening from two fields away... incredible thing

    oh... and a set of facom hex spinners... make gun maintenance a treat :)
     

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