Help me make a decision please.

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punky
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Re: Help me make a decision please.

Post by punky » 26 Apr 2014, 18:28

That the one George :lol: :lol: :lol: :clap: :clap: :clap: still as funny now even after all them years :lol:
Two and half million made and three quarters of these still on the road,can you say the same about your 4x4
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chas
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Re: Help me make a decision please.

Post by chas » 27 Apr 2014, 21:34

Funny things these airguns.
You put a different pellet in them and they miss at 30 yards :problem:
HN FTT against AA Field, 2 inches difference at 30 yards.
The tool driving this vehicle is removed at night. Sometimes.

PESCA

Re: Help me make a decision please.

Post by PESCA » 27 Apr 2014, 21:47

Chris, I've just found a piece of paper which reads:

"HW97k .22 - Air Arms Diablo Hunter"

So, I'm guessing that this was the preferred pellet when I purchased the rifle.

George

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Re: Help me make a decision please.

Post by chas » 27 Apr 2014, 21:57

Heyup George.
I set it up with HN simply because I had more of them, just surprised at the difference when I put a few AA through it.
Accuracy/Group wise there's nowt in it, just entirely different POI.
Love going back to a springer, taken 50 years off me, I wish.
Think I've got some of those pest control flat nose things somewhere, might have a play with them to see what happens.
All good fun.
The tool driving this vehicle is removed at night. Sometimes.

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Re: Help me make a decision please.

Post by PESCA » 27 Apr 2014, 21:59

Best thing is, you don't need several hundred yards and massive backstops to go out and play :thumbup:

George

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