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    Default Hey Crack Filler


    You also on AGBBS?

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    whats agbbs

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    Air gun forum

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    No sorry Brian not me use to love them when I was a kid need to talk the mrs into letting me have another one.
    I thought I was unique.

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    Just go and get one, tell her afterwards job done, well except for all the tounge pie that will follow

    When you go for one, go for a PCP absolutely outstanding rifles, mine, rested, will put 10 pellets in a 1/2 " circle at 55yds, and great for hunting as well, whisper quiet, and take a rabbit out to 40yds

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    awesome that must have cost few pounds but don't all hobbies, use to do a lot of hunting in my younger days don't think I have the stomach for it now, get a lot of deer in my back garden don't think the neighbours would be happy, still want to shoot guns though, was thinking about clay pigeon shooting.

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    are the PCP ones the gas ones

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    Not gas, compressed air, like a divers bottle. Mine was moderately expensive but you can get cheaper ones
    Clay pigeon, brilliant fun, only problem is it can become addictive, and then it's .
    Go an have a go at a local ground, and take the Mrs, some women really enjoy it once theyv'e had a go
    Newnham Park is/was a good ground in your area, don't know if it's still going

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    Hiya Brian thought I would revive this. Can you recommend a good starter gun or make nothing too silly price wise. Ta mate

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    Good Man

    Steve take a look at the likes of the Baikal Over and under, Browning Medallist, Lanber, go for a 12 Bore, the ammo is cheaper.
    Have a look here, http://www.guntrader.co.uk/GunsForSa...+O%2FU+shotgun
    Make sure the gun fits you, (near enough anyway) and have a couple of lessons.
    Oh and join an Organisation, like the CPSA, or BASC.

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    A few more to look at Rizzini, Bettinsoli, the older Beretta's, Miroku's and Browninig's, Winchester

    Try and get a gun with open chokes, ie, improved cylinder, quarter, half, or a multi choke gun.

    I started out with a Baikal 627, then had a Miroku 800, and now have a Lanber 3" magnum
    all over and unders
    Try and have a go with a Semi Auto as well. http://www.guntrader.co.uk/GunsForSale/results.php?fetch=Results&Filter[NewType][]=Shotgun&Filter[NewMechanism][]=Semi-Auto&Filter[Calibre][]=12%20gauge&perPage=30&sortField=Price&sortOrder=a sc

    Oh and check for your master eye, with both eyes open, point at something at the other end of the room, ie light switch, ornament, etc, then close one eye, then the other and see which one is pointing at the object.
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    Oops there's me thinking your after a shotgun, just in case.
    A break barrel spring powered air rifle is the cheapest, BSA, Webley, Weihrauch, Diana
    I'll come back to this in a while.
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    Thanks Brian for the abundance of info, sorry should have made myself clear I did mean a PCP start on the air rifles and work up to shotguns lol. I will look at the Diana and weihrauch cheers mate

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    Next up is a Gas Ram, like a spring rifle without the spring, a bit more money Thoeben Fenman, Weihrauch HW90
    Then pre charge and co2,
    Air Arms S200 BSA Ultra, with the precharge you need either a stirrup pump or divers bottle to recharge the rifle.

    Crosman CO2 Ratcatcher, but you need to keep buying the CO2 cartridges



    Spring Rifles http://www.guntrader.co.uk/GunsForSale/results.php?fetch=Results&Filter[NewType][]=Air%20Rifle&Filter[NewMechanism][]=Break%20Barrel&Filter[Calibre][]=.22&perPage=30&sortField=Price&sortOrder=asc


    Gas Ram http://www.guntrader.co.uk/GunsForSa...Results&Filter[NewType][]=Air%20Rifle&Filter[NewMechanism][]=Gas%20Ram&Filter[Calibre][]=.22&Filter[Calibre][]=.177&perPage=30&sortField=Price&sortOrder=asc


    Precharge and CO2 http://www.guntrader.co.uk/GunsForSa...Results&Filter[NewType][]=Air%20Rifle&Filter[NewMechanism][]=CO2&Filter[NewMechanism][]=Pre-charged%20Pneumatic&Filter[Calibre][]=.22&perPage=30&sortField=Price&sortOrder=asc

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    You posted just before I did.

    Hope these are helpful to you Steve, there's an Air Gun club and range near Plymouth

    http://www.f.t.shooter.btinternet.co.uk/DMFTC/



    The first post is only spring rifles

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    Steve Okehampton Guns
    Doesn't say which model though, could be the Super Ten, good rifle

    OKEHAMPTON TACKLE & GUN
    Mr. Clifford Porter
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    Tel: 01837 53911
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    110620/003 Air Rifle BSA Pre-charged Pneumatic 0.22 WITH PUMP S/H 350
    Last edited by Brian S; 20-07-2011 at 06:05 PM.

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    Cheers mate plenty of reading to do. Do you still shoot or has the hobby fallen by the wayside with all your travels.

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    Guns are gathering dust n rust

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