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what else do I need ?.

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either a dive bottle or pump eg a hills and the proper fittings for filling ,best scope you can afford .

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10 minutes ago, wymberley said:

An FAC perhaps.

it will be a legal rifle under 12 lbs.

 

17 minutes ago, TK421 said:

Pellets? Sling? Targets? And good eye sight ;)

lucky to have all three thanks.

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I bought a bottle kit from Best Fittings. Tenner to fill from empty then fiver a fill.

Easy.

I'd add a decent case to the list. Many use AIM bags I have a UTG bag and a hard case if it's going in the car with other stuff. 

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2 hours ago, kevinclarke2015 said:

Lucky to have all three thanks.

Are you sure?

 

2 hours ago, kevinclarke2015 said:

Pellets? Sling? Targets? And good eye sight

There are 4 listed so maybe the eye sight might be in question :lol:

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3 hours ago, kevinclarke2015 said:

Decided to buy a PCP rifle what else do I need to complete the setup?.

hello, what  sub 12 ft llb PCP air rifle did you have in mind ?? 

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Gun .pump /bottle .scope .mounts .sling .pellets .rangefinder. gunbag .

If hunting .also camouflage and land to shoot over (signed permision slip ) Patience 

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6 hours ago, kevinclarke2015 said:

Decided to buy a PCP rifle what else do I need to complete the setup?.

The dreaded question which calibre? .177 .20 or .22

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10 minutes ago, Ultrastu said:

Or .25 ,  .30 

Not in sub 12😉 

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Your shooting in your back garden from your other post, and if that's still the case, forget the sling, forget the bipod, and rangefinder, get some rifle rest bags the kind you fill with rice or cat litter. Mine cost a fiver from China and they are very thick and won't pull apart easy. Use em to get a dead steady zero, them take them away and have a bit of fun hitting those targets free hand or rested. 

Even in your back garden i would consider insurance, some can be had for pounds a month. 

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39 minutes ago, Chaz25 said:

large pellet catcher for garden plinking?

I took a 4x8 sheet of mild steel and leaned it down at a angle.  I own the woods behind me but I refuse to fire bullets through woods even though it’s 2 miles until the next house.  I know kids play back there sometimes as I hear dirt bikes and ATVs.  We shoot 22lr and handguns.  From the porch.  But when we shoot rifle the wife makes us walk about 500 yards into the woods so not the rattle her windows.  We piled up some dirt in the woods.  So dirt or a piece of steel angled down will work and is pretty cheap.  

It’s literally just steel leaning on tires. 

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