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Which Umarex Co2 Underlever?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ibo7, Aug 15, 2019 at 5:13 PM.

  1. ibo7

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    I'm considering an Umarex co2 underlever cowboy rifle but only want a pellet firer and I'm not looking for a shell-ejecting version. Seeing as there's a few different models can anyone help point me in the right direction?
    I feel @Wild Bill is the man to ask for this!
     
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    Yes Wild Bills the man ibo7. Got the mag pellet one, and fired the BB shell ejector one, but not seen a pellet firing ejector one?
     
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    I'm only looking for a pellet non-ejecting one
     
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    Daisy rider? Believe that’s bb only


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    Sorry ibo7, I read your thread wrong:oops:. The mag pellet firer I have the Walther Winchester which cost £340 see pic, you can have the black finish or the Wells Fargo, there is a John Wayne one which has the larger cocking lever, but this don't look right has comes with a shorter under cartridge holder, and I've never seen John Wayne using one like that.

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  6. Wild Bill

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    What would you like to know mate? I have a standard one, 2 magazines. 88gram Co2 version and Oed has got a stainless version.

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    PS, you might be interested in a Colt SAA I might be selling. ;) Duke Nickel Pellet version.
     
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    What's your feeling on the John Wayne one Wild Bill.
     
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    I like them. I'd have one if one came up cheap enough. :up:

    This one:
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    I like the cocking lever Wild Bill, but I've never seen a John Wayne in a cowboy film using a Winchester with a short cartridge holder.
     
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    i cant help sorry.. but ive been looking at these the last few days look like a good laugh for the back garden seriously tempted by the
    Umarex Legends Cowboy Rifle Underlever Lever Action that andy took a look at
     
  11. Wild Bill

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    Oed, the Duke rifle is modelled on the 1892 Model Winchester as used by Wayne in the 1939 movie stagecoach. But even that one did not have the short magazine tube.
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    Just wanted to know which are the best ones as it seems there's a few. I've got a Colt SAA already so a Winchester would look nice next to it
     
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    Yes we know about that one bit they are plastic and shoot BB's (and pellets). The OP is asking about the wood stocked pellet firers.
     
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    Well the wood stocked versions are all the same, just different finishes. I love my black metal version. There is the Brass Wells Fargo version, the Black version, the stainless version and the Duke version.

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    Are they all essentially the same with the regular rotary mag?
     
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    yes mate.:thumb:
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    Hi mate,

    If you do end up getting one of these rifles they are great to shoot and I find mine really quite accurate. I purchased a Walther co2 adapter and would recommend it to anyone, those 88g bottles are around £8 a piece last time I bought one.

    Found a Walther adaptor on Amazon. You can get them from most online gun shops but I got mine from “the bay”, probably JS Ramsbottom.

    https://www.jsramsbottom.com/umarex...cx4-storm-co2-adapter-set-88g-to-2-x-12g.html

    ATB
     
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  18. Wild Bill

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    I buy 6 x 88g co2 at JS ramsbottoms for 25 quid. Bargain.And over 300-400 shots from a single co2. :thumb: WalkingAnt.gif
     
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    That's actually pretty reasonable considering shot count vs buying the 12g ones
     
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    The earlier version of these used two 12g CO2s, which if you don’t shoot a lot may be a better idea than the current 88g version. The buttplate also looked more authentic.

    They used to make a short version with a 16” rather than 20” barrel. I have one. Honestly, I’d prefer the 20”. The shorty is very muzzle light and butt heavy, unlike the original. It is fine once in the shoulder, but the balance is off otherwise.
     
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