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  1. Ludicrous lumens now selling these at £284 & £294
  2. Athlon , cracking day scopes and great with NV
  3. Type in scopemate NVS30 in the search engine
  4. Ive got BKL 303 mounts on mine with an athlon 2.5-15x50 and its perfect with minimal clearance from the barrel , hope that helps
  5. Cheers steve that would probably do me , this thermal lark is a minefield , will look into it in the new year after santas current assault on my bank account
  6. Whats the xm30 key like for spotting squirrels in woodland and rabbits out to say 200yds in daylight
  7. telf

    Full nv kit

    Sold. Sold. Sold
  8. telf

    Full nv kit

    N8vision kit with e700 camera in , excalibre laser IR with adjustable mount , three panasonic 18650 batteries with box , evo 50 red torch with extension , led lenser headtorch , all in a flight case , only used twice so as new , giving up night shooting £220 posted nv unit and illuminator £160 posted
  9. 410 single barrel for sale on bbs
  10. Dont use either but the Main difference as far as im aware is the internals , totally different design , but the internals on the panther look to be a pain to clean , i use a DM80 which is a cracking mod and easy to strip and clean
  11. telf

    Bits and pieces

    No problem , pm sent
  12. Hope he gets the book thrown at him , not that itll make much difference i doubt as hes obviously a total idiot anyway
  13. Returned to seller , please delete
  14. Out of the two for rats i would go for the 22 using either cb longs or z lang shooting at around 30ft lb ,you could then use subsonics or high velocity ammo for fox ( at a reasonable range )
  15. Ebay no 333075475263 rubber eye cup , this was in a thread on SD old one changed for this just cut to length
  16. Have a look at n8vision kits on their website
  17. I have shot three / four rabbits all within five to ten yards of each other with the .22 , i think it depends on conditions , how often their shot and the rabbits themselves . I just wonder how many hmr owners shoot long distances with them , the longest shot for me was 192 yards , headshot , stone dead , but the majority of my shots are from 60yds to 130yds ish all of which can be done with the .22 and if any further i just stalk in closer , plus for me i still get a little buzz knowing ive managed to shoot something at 130yds and got the holdover correct when a lot of people still think the .22 is a 80yd rifle , also i love the quietness of the .22 , you can shoot all day long and nobody knows your there , ammo is a third of the price , all in all a great little calibre , love it as you can probably tell
  18. Cant find the gun your on about but if its a thumbhole stock i would think it is an aftermarket stock , probably laminate which are quite heavy as i had one years ago and whilst it was a lovely gun the weight was the decider to sell it , so you may not be any further forward
  19. I have two anshutz one 1416 in .22 and a 1517 in hmr currently for sale as i prefer the .22 , both the same weight and a pleasure to use
  20. I used to have a cz455 hmr and found it very heavy sold it and got an anshutz , difference in weight is substanstial
  21. telf

    .17 hmr

    Great guns i have a 1416 , .22 , 16” barrel and its my pride and joy , have really tried with the hmr over the years , this is my third attempt but just cant get on with it , i go for the .22 everytime so will advertise it and see what happens
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