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  1. Hi For sale is my Walther rm8 .22, (reluctant sale, but needs must), it has uprated hammer spring with a stainless top hat for smoother bolt action(is very smooth, see images - these internals are circled in red). it has also an air fective carbon fibre 2 stage shroud(makes this gun very quite). 2 stage adjustable trigger, walnut stock. Gun Is in great condition had very few absolute minor little marks, also has a full adjustable swivel bipod fitted(one of the bipod legs has no spring) . Message if interested please , Also has PAO red dot sight, and sling screw fitted also. chrono'd at avg. 11.4ft/lb with JSB exact diablos 15.89g .22. Also comes with original barrell weight and a custom bolt handle should you wish to fit it made with 9mm shell casing. and also the original fill adapter with a quick fill connector. Feel free to ask anything about this advert i am more than happy to answer any queries.!! Update: i do have a bsa gun bag for this rifle although it is tatty, but will send with it , should you want it. For everything seen and mentioned in advert: see below 👇 £200..collected.😁 Air rifle is in Grimsby, N E LINCS £225 posted.😁 Open to very sensible offers. Gun can either be posted for a fee after bank transfer, or how ever we arrange it, RFD or to yourself, either way no ship till payment received, or cash on collection. (May meet at a mutual location depending) no time wasters please. Daughter start uni in few weeks and I'm trying to raise some funds thank you. PLEASE Leave A MESSAGE ON the forums HERE or DM me if you are seriously interested, thank you for your time viewing my item. Or alternatively, Call/txt: 07555 213 043
  2. I have got 3 springer bitchs left, 8 weeks old on the 19th April. Dock and first vaccinations £1000. Not KC registered as I don’t want someone selling them on for the current prices they are going for. Gamekeeper bred reason for breeding was for myself and friends. Located near Alton, Hampshire
  3. Advice from the forum please. I currently have an Air Arms 200 multishot .22. This was great when I had a dive shop on my doorstep and was diving with my own tanks. I no longer dive, except on holiday, and am a long way from anywhere I can top up tanks. These are out of proof anyway and will need hydrostatic testing before sale. I use the air rifle for plinking and vermin, squirrel, rabbit and rats etc. I could hold onto a tank but am considering selling gun and tanks and buying a wehrauch hw97 although the weight is a little off putting. I welcome thoughts on what you guys would do in these circumstances and additionally would you stick with .22 or go for .177. I have read a lot of reviews but there is no substitute for practical experience. Thanks
  4. Need some advice as I'm scratching my head with this. Pup is a 6 month old springer. When I throw a short retrieve indoors she returns it 99% of the time straight away. She's also pretty good at retrieving a thrown ball or toy in the garden. But when we play-hunt in the garden she gets so excited that when she "finds" the ball she runs off with it and simply won't bring it back to me - she runs off and stays away. Is this a case of too much excitement/stimulation? I'm presuming that she will calm down and focus more as she gets older. Any tips to discourage this behaviour so that it doesn't become a habit in future? I'd appreciate any pearls of wisdom from PW.
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