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  1. I got this too, didn’t know if it was a scam or not. Even if true and if I read it correctly then it’s just your mobile / email that’s been accessed
  2. I used to be a daysthater but after owning a wolverine for The last six years I think they are worth the money. The pride of owner ship in the fit and function is where the money goes and In the wolverine the balance is phenominal. I’ve owned / shot most of the airguns on the market and daystate and styr are probably the nicest Imop in saying that I’m after fac at the moment and I like the fx crown,mostly for its tinkerbility so it’ll probably one of those but the look of the daystate huntsman revere might sway me.
  3. I had the same issue with my photon on my cz. I put three strips of electrical tape on the back mount , hey presto
  4. It’s gone back to the gunsmith to put it right. The shop reckoned that I must of dropped it, although I can’t remember dropping it but there were slight marks there so it’s possible. Anyway I bet it’s going to cost an arm and a leg, even though it’s safe I want it looking right .
  5. Yeah good advice , I was thinking the same, would hate to have an accident . I’m thinking at best browning might be able to do something under warranty and at worse a new fore end.
  6. I’ve had my browning for about 4 years and noticed today the the fore end isn’t sitting flush with action. One side is leaning in and the bottom is sitting proud. in closer inspection it looks like one side of the fore end is bent which would explain why. I can’t remember giving it and bash and there are not Mark to suggest I have . I’ll drop it in the shop next week and I’ve been told it’s not dangerous to use but has anyone else come across this ?
  7. I’d try and pick up a cz455 stainless, it’ll be tough, accurate,cheap and you can swap the barrel easily if you shoot it out. when you get onto the 243 , check out the Mauser m18
  8. I put it on my cz452 and had to shim the back mount (normal high sports match mounts) with three layers of electrical tape but it was east to sight, even bore sighted it before getting out on the range. But it’s going on the Mauser m18 243 next week, just waiting for a Britannia rail to show up .
  9. Just got on older Yukon photon xt and although not as clear as the pard 007 it’s so much easier to use and still good for 150 yards with the right illuminator , good eye alignment and only around £250 second hand .
  10. Hello do you know how many shots you get and at what power please?
  11. I have a Mauser M18 in 243 , they do one in 223 now for £600 new which is a bargain in relative terms. I’ve owned a tikka before and they are nice but the Mauser is on a par with them actions and trigger wise. For me the Mauser fitted better , having a longer length of pull. I also think the Mauser is quieter in operation which may or may not be a consideration .
  12. I’ve owned the t bolt in both Calibres and now own the cz 452 in .22. Both great hunting guns if that’s what you want it for. The t bolt is lighter and quicker to re-load so I would say this would be more suitable as a truck gun or something to walk around with and shoot off sticks and the cz is just very rugged and probably more stable off a bi pod than the t bolt with a better trigger out of the box for precision.
  13. I use sako 90 g soft points in mine . They are relatively cheap and will usually stabilise in most 243’s as they seem to have a 1 in 10 twist. Also good for fox.
  14. Mauser M18 for £600 is hard to beat. I have one in 243 and they are great value for money . You’ll also have £100 left over to go towards mounts/ mod
  15. For the money you really can’t beat the pard 007. If you already have suitable scopes then you can move them forward and mount the pard there permanent because it will change to colour in the day time . At night simply change to night vision mode.
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