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  1. Hello i am new to this and don't have great knowledge when it comes to guns. So would highly value anyone opinion. I am looking a Air Arms TX200HC and i live in Northern Ireland so all air Guns have to be applied for and put on license unlike e.g. England where you can buy sub 12ft lbs without a license. I have to get it on the license either way so would it be best while im at it to go FAC? or is 12ft lbs best? I think if the limit was 14ft lbs then not too many would choose 12ft lbs. This all arose as i searched to see what calibre was best .177 or .22 and i discovered that .177 has longer range and less bullet drop but lacks the punch of the .22 when hunting. But the .22 Has less range and more bullet drop. It would be ideal if i could get a .22 in FAC to do similar range and bullet drop as the .177 but still deliver the punch. I heard that some FAC air guns tend to make the bullet spiral which would not be good as i don't want to pay good money for TX200 (one of the most accurate springers available) And then ruin accuracy with pellet spiral. Power is pointless if you can't hit your target! Anyone with experience of any of this would be HUGELY appreciated!
  2. Hello there! Just looking a little bit of advice on a custom stock that i am looking to get for a TX200HC. I have already decided from the optional extras that i want a Rosewood Cap on the pistol grip +£20. Unsure about Skip Checkering vs Stippling? I definitely don't want standard checkering. (Find myself leaning towards skip checkering instead of Stippling) Any advantage of one over the other or is it all just look? Any pics of your Skip checkered or Stippled Air Rifles would be really cool and give me a better comparison between the two. Skip Checkered +£12. Stippling +£15. And the last optional extra is Adjustable Recoil pad... Any real advantage of this in the field? as it is mainly hunting that i will be doing. Adjustable Recoil Pad +£30 Also the adjustable pad is bannana shaped (prob not official description) as opposed to flat. Does this make it sit in your shoulder better? Thanks in Advance!!!
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