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  1. Chaz25

    Begin testing

    I've used the 33gr's in the stealth, mine being a sub 12, you would think it pointless but over 10-15m they still carry good energy.
  2. My mate has a load of these kind of relicas, there far cheaper than de-activated guns and at least you can plink with them, but there not as well made as I think they should be and for sure there not my kind of thing, I like air guns to be air guns and not try and copy so much firearm style and form, but refect in style and form there own unique and at times high grade technology.....still kind of fun thou!
  3. Chaz25

    air pistol

    Yeh they cost sum! but there is second hand, I guess you have to set your price an see what you can find, I got my BSA 240 magnum for £130 but then paid over £200 for my LP3
  4. Chaz25

    air pistol

    Thought about the webley Alecto? its a compact pump up, I have one, the grip is a bit small but they got some poke, shoot well and look awesome!
  5. I have seen a few 12 pounders creep in there stock my .25 supersport dose it, I guess a FAC springer would be quite harsh to itself!
  6. My mate has one of those, its really fun to shoot.
  7. Chaz25

    Scope caps

    The caps fit my nikko Strimmer, but they don't have the same depth will they still be of use to you?
  8. Hawk or nikko I got a new Gameking nikko sterling 6-24x50 for £100 it had been on the shelf for ages, so it shows you can find good deals.
  9. Chaz25

    Scope caps

    I have an old scope with chipped lens's if the caps fit my nikko would you want them?
  10. Chaz25

    What Optics?

    Nikko Gameking on adjustable mounts, and a hawk 2-7 x 32
  11. That would make sense, profit and cost per unit would be better, I guess looking at the Crossman straw and shroud system, weight and cost must of been the prime factor, also seen a good program on AR15 barrel manufacturing (hammer forged over a mandrel) again I guess main point for military supply is cost per unit as well as tolerance control.
  12. Ditchman…you have single elderly women (grannies) that turn over and kill people?? do they wait face down and just kill lost souls like some messed up northern troll?? I'm bloody never going north of Bristol!!
  13. Bruno, I think hammer forged barrels would be more accurately formed due to be able to control the mandrels tolerance better than cut rifling plus you would have worked hardening as another benefit at least that's my take on it.
  14. Surely a liner is part of a shrouded barrel system? my stealth, Crossman and bobcat all run liner systems, good for weight I would think, changeability, cost and harmonics?
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