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  1. View Advert Hawke Sport 3-9x40 Scope Mildot As title Hawke Mildot 3-9x40 scope. Non parallax adjustable . Brand new unused. Advertiser IanB Date 23/11/17 Price £34.99 Category Scopes and Optics  
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    As title Hawke Mildot 3-9x40 scope. Non parallax adjustable . Brand new unused.

    £34.99

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    Spypoint caller fitted with deer memory card, other cards can be bought.

    £39.99

  4. View Advert Spypoint Caller - Deer Version Spypoint caller fitted with deer memory card, other cards can be bought. Advertiser IanB Date 23/11/17 Price £39.99 Category Other Fieldsports Equipment  
  5. View Advert Spypoint Xcel Camera Spypoint Xcel action camera with accesssories , weatherproof housing, wireless remote, head mount, gun mount, etc. Advertiser IanB Date 23/11/17 Price £79.99 Category Scopes and Optics  
  6. Spypoint Xcel Camera

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    Brand new unopened. Spypoint Xcel action camera with accesssories , weatherproof housing, wireless remote, head mount, gun mount, etc.

    £79.99

  7. flir scout tk

    Yes I'd avoid the FLIR units totally and start at a minimum with an XQ30V
  8. My FX Royale is at 28ft/lb and I'm getting 90-100 shots a fill. I'm going to tweak it upto 35ft/lb see how it groups, shot count will probably drop down to 80. Super lightweight setup.
  9. flir scout tk

    XQ30V should do all you required Greyman, but I would definitely recommend saving for a Helion XQ38F. If you do want either of the above, give me a shout..
  10. Heyup mate, @Premier Pistol can modify a BSA FAC version to give you more power, just needs a longer barrel fitting and some tweaks if you go down that route. I like the FX rifles now, but the Daystate Wolverine looks interesting also.. Also check out the FX Boss or save for a Crown !!!
  11. Shooting sticks

    Quad sticks all day long for me, 4x B&Q sticks absolutely solid, no rear stock left floating when taking a shot, light as a feather, cheap as chips... when you want to move lift a leg slightly and swivel round... a lot of people are fans of the primos, not for me personally, but if it works, why change.
  12. NV holdover

    I know of 4 other people using them with no issues with other scopes... I will say though eye shine is not as bright as looking though a dedicated unit like a Drone for example.
  13. NV holdover

    4 of my mates are using them with no issues l I'ad avoid the Pulsar front add ons personally. The old ones are offset so it means your POI changes at varying distance not including the normal drop of the bullet. The new ones are inline BUT they are only 1x optical magnification, your scope zooms into the screen display, this just makes the image bigger not better, unlike a rear add on were resolution increases when you increase magnification. There also right at the front of the scope, so you need looooong arms to adjust foucs and being front mounted you can still get POI shifts even with the new design... Rear add ons are better..
  14. NV holdover

    I’ve got two wards and tried them on at least ten scopes with no issues villaman. No affiliation with ward so , i’m talking from my own experience of them.. not sure what went wrong your side maybe a duff scope ?
  15. NV holdover

    Can’t say fairer than that.
  16. NV holdover

    The knurled knob doesn’t affect them Phil, just use the right shim and your away .. Having owned an N750 the ward is more versatile and allows full mag range of torch to be used .. there’s a couple going secondhand from £500-650 price range.
  17. NV holdover

    Phil buy a ward, honest, or one of Ludicrous Lumens add on systems from Andy. Ideal for your requirement and use.
  18. Yes people fiddling too much can cause issues in this respect with the impact . ASI mentioned this also, there’s a lot of info around the net. I’ll stick with my Royale as it does everything I require , and I got a steal. @Premier Pistol will maybe give more info regarding FX impact issues.
  19. The FX kitted out with a Trail XQ50 thermal, lethal when ratting and rabbiting.
  20. Anyone stocked up before the price rise recently, Hornady ammo has increased by quite a margin, I managed to stock up on plenty of Vmax and Amax for the .22 hornet, .223 and .243 to last me a good while...some of them have gone up by 30%
  21. I was tempted by one Phil, they look cracking rifles, only thing that put me off was some of the reliability issues, that people have had, obviously theres good and bad examples.... very tempted by the FX Crown though..BUT in reality its not going to be that much different to my Royale end of the day..
  22. When I first picked it up, I couldn't believe the weight it feels about half the weight of an air arms S400, obviously not, but its well balanced and the aluminium action helps..
  23. This is an FAC version around 9 year old Moxy, it's a great gun. Have had Air Arms and Weirauchs, Theobens, honestly this thing is so lightweight compared to them and its slick, sat at 28ft/lb at the minute, I'm going to turn it ip to around 32ft/lb 33ft/lb . I bought it off someone who got it from Ben Taylor when they first come out, it has the smooth twist barrel and a custom carbon mod, its whisper quiet and I've taken rabbit head shots out to 100yds with no wind .... love it... Only thing I don't like about them is the FX magazines can be a pain, but everything else is great... on average 30-70yds rabbit head, shot after shot no problem.
  24. NV holdover

    Phil it will be perfect for your needs, lightweight also and you don't have to dedicate your rifle to night vision, you can wind the mag up as you require.
  25. NV holdover

    Phil get a rear mounted add on like a Ward for your existing scope and one of these fitted to a weaver rail attachment http://www.customriflescopes.com/shop.html#!/Weapon-mountable-laser-rangefinder-5-800m-shock-wproof-NV-compatible-MK-V4-1z/p/72132906/category=13698432 I use mine from 15yds to 350yd shots, either with solaris laser for air rifle/rimfire/hmr or Dragonfly laser on the .223/.243.
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