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Discussion in 'Airgun Reviews' started by Simonsays, Feb 22, 2018.

  1. ChrisKz

    ChrisKz Post Whore

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    I would say the majority of shooters are members of a group . All members have their weapons tested to make sure they are below the 12lb legal limit . If they are above and not hold a FAC . they could be reported to police and a severe fine or and a custodial sentance . I always have mine chronied once a month at the range anyways
     
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    Congrats to you both , enjoy them
     
  3. psycho inside

    psycho inside Psycho by name, chilled by nature....

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    When it arrives, I will be straight down the range with a couple of tins of pellets, and after playing, the plan is, to fit my 'Yukon photon' night vision, so this will primarily be my night gun, and my S400 will be demoted to day duties only...!
     
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    Sorry if i missed it ,, what calibre?
     
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    psycho inside Psycho by name, chilled by nature....

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    .177 mate. Was going to get .22, but wanted the so called black stock, and they only had the short version in .177
     
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    both calibres come in black or "Natural" , so you opted for 177 ( 330/180) .. Yeah the 177 is better for long shots , Must admit , I bought the .22 first , enjoyed it so much , just had to have the 177 as well . Now I take them both out to shoots . Easy to carry ( forget a sling ) get a 1 piece strap
     
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    psycho inside Psycho by name, chilled by nature....

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    Pellpax dont have stock of the black in .22 at the moment.:thumb:
     
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    yeah . You have to place an order for the .22 . it just needs a different permit to ship them over , the 177's are fine
     
  9. psycho inside

    psycho inside Psycho by name, chilled by nature....

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    But they have stock of the natural wood (brown) in .22. Is the black stock a special order?
     
  10. ChrisKz

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    No . they just probably ran out of Black . The stocks are interchangable . so u could fit a 22 to a 177 etc . You could always get some Liberon black wood dye and use that .
     
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    psycho inside Psycho by name, chilled by nature....

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    To be honest mate, I am not really fussed about calibre. As long as the shot is placed correctly, the bunnies and squirrels will fall. I can understand the difference, for the guys that shoot competitively. I have read this thread from start to finish, prefer the black stock, so ordered the .177 as they had it, and I am impatient. :thumb:
     
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    Yo Chris, maybe a daft question but how is your strap attached and used. Is it single point of attachment?
    I’m using a conventional sling on mine which is fine but cumbersome to bring to bear at times.
     
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  13. Simonsays

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    Congratulations! Good choice, hope you enjoy it as much as I do mine.
     
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    Brilliant, enjoy!
     
  15. ChrisKz

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    I think if you look back thru this thread . I posted what I use

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Adjustab...zWHmlh24V3P1cf51PcYw:rk:1:pf:1&frcectupt=true

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Tactic-Steel-Sling-Plate-Mount-Attachment-Fit-20mm-Picatinny-Rail-Adaptor-Swivel/183546657230?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649

    or try this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Weaver-2...846390&hash=item2cd3a15729:g:AuoAAOxy3HJTJ0pT
     
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  16. Simonsays

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    Yes, I saw this with interest when you posted - thank you again. What I really meant is, how do you “wear” the strap and rifle when carrying eg over the shoulder for example? Across the chest?
     
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    Oh sorry . I apologise . took it wrong way . I just have it over my head . so it "lies" across my chest . leaving both arms free . Like the airport security forces . As your upright , you forget you are "wearing" it , so the weight really is unoticable . Just adjust the picatinny mount so that you find what is best for you , if you dont like your rifle balanced
     
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    No need for apologies, I could have been clearer with my question. Thanks for the info I’m keen to try it. Have a great weekend. Hopefully on squirrels tomorrow.
     
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    Please if you need more info , just P.M . saves cluttering up the thread . Always on hand to help
     
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    Got mine on the bracket and lanyard type sling mate and it feels comfortable for walking around with and also faster to pull the rifle to shoulder, with less movement, for when you need to get off a quick shot.
    All for about a tenner as well mate.
    We can get a little owners club of info going together soon :D
     
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