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#1 bmwmotard

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 06:32 am

Hey guys and girls,

I'm invited by a member overhere "Secretagentmole" wich I already have seen in the UK.
It's a great guy and I comme sometimes over to the UK for a huntingtrip when someone invited me.
I'm a airgunshooter (FAC in the UK) but overhere in Belgium we do NOT have any restrictions. Most of my weapons are tuned and also I have a European weapon pass where I put the most of them on. The reason is very simple for that. So I can travel within the European comunity with them.
I shoot competitions on very long distances (several hundrets of meters with extreem very powerfull airguns) I have a few wich are extremely rare to find or NOT to find. Custombuild guns (1 in the world of them).

I'm 47 y old, shooting already since I was about 6 y young, tuner from guns etc... I also have several rimfire and other shotguns and pistols etc but I still like the heavy airguns more than the rimfires.
When I put something wrong in topics please tell me so that I can see where to put them next time.

Grtz from Belgium


Stefaan

ps: Thanks Secretagenmole (Michael :boogy: )

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:02 am

Good morning and welcome
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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:04 am

welcome to the forum there bud
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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:30 am

Thanks guys and ofcourse girls too :whistling:
I sit allowed to speek about TUNING?
Increasing Power?
To speek about extreem very powerfull airguns (10 - 20 times more then the UK limmit)

Please some help and info and where to put these topics?

Grtz

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:48 am

i dont think speaking about is a problem mate, people over here doing without having it on their fac might be a problem though.

there was a company over here in leeke staffordshire, stalker rifles i seem to remember it being called that made very powerfull air rifles up to 6/700flbs in calibres up to 7.62mm.
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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:55 am

Stefaan, keep power adjustments to Private Messages only, they don't like it when you put up advice on how to increase power in general conversations. Private messages is OK though.

Sections you will be interested in are...

Rimfire, Centrefire and Shotgun

and

Airguns Spring and Precharged

That's for a start! Anyway welcome aboard the merry bus here at THL, people this is Stefaan, a great guy, friendly, full of helpful advice and he has Dogos de Argentinos as well!

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:01 am

Stefaan, keep power adjustments to Private Messages only, they don't like it when you put up advice on how to increase power in general conversations. Private messages is OK though.

Sections you will be interested in are...

Rimfire, Centrefire and Shotgun

and

Airguns Spring and Precharged

That's for a start! Anyway welcome aboard the merry bus here at THL, people this is Stefaan, a great guy, friendly, full of helpful advice and he has Dogos de Argentinos as well!

could perhaps do with a new section for people with fac air rifles where tinkering with the power isnt an issue :hmm:

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:05 am

That would be a good idea, modifying power is not allowed to be discussed on the open forum, but it is in private messages. My friend has been booted off permanently from the BSAOG for discussing it, but I cannot see where, not even a warning about it! So I told him to come here, he is a very talented airgun restorer, builder, modifier and tuner, he has made some beautiful rifles that I would kill for, an Edpup being one! I also sold hima rifle, he came over from Belgium to collect it, this guy is air crazy!
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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:06 am

Thanks Mike,

Indeed I have some Dogo Argentino's (first and second on the European huntingchampionships in France on wild boars.) I think they are a forbidden breed in the UK.

Grtz

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:09 am

i dont think speaking about is a problem mate, people over here doing without having it on their fac might be a problem though.

there was a company over here in leeke staffordshire, stalker rifles i seem to remember it being called that made very powerfull air rifles up to 6/700flbs in calibres up to 7.62mm.


I have a few from + 130 ftp and the maximum I have is my Quackenbush at the moment with about 683 FTP

hehehehheehhehe

The weapon I like the most is my 6.35 Condor (the only one in the world) wich is specialy made for me and tuned by Antonu Annuzi in the USA and I tuned it further.
Now the thing is set on (13 settings) 168 ftp.
I use it for LONG RANGE shooting +- 450 meter (475 yards)

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:11 am

dont know how it would work in reality but the idea is good, be nice to talk to people who actually have a clue whot their onabout as far as power adjustment goes might even be able to sort out my pellet issues with my .20 rapid :laugh:
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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:11 am

Thanks Mike,

Indeed I have some Dogo Argentino's (first and second on the European huntingchampionships in France on wild boars.) I think they are a forbidden breed in the UK.

Grtz

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put that in the lurcher section 200 new friends in 10 mins :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:16 am

That would be a good idea, modifying power is not allowed to be discussed on the open forum, but it is in private messages. My friend has been booted off permanently from the BSAOG for discussing it, but I cannot see where, not even a warning about it! So I told him to come here, he is a very talented airgun restorer, builder, modifier and tuner, he has made some beautiful rifles that I would kill for, an Edpup being one! I also sold hima rifle, he came over from Belgium to collect it, this guy is air crazy!



That's a good one..... hehehehehe

Aircrazy....

I keep that one in mind wouhaaaaaaaaa

Is there a way my friends that I can put links in from Photobucket so that the pics can be seen onhere or the pics can be showed online?

Please some advice....
I do speek English etc but I'm not so fammiliar with the use of the site you see.
Sorry when I make mistakes in the beginning and when my English is NOT well enough.

Stefaan :gunsmilie:

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:18 am


i dont think speaking about is a problem mate, people over here doing without having it on their fac might be a problem though.

there was a company over here in leeke staffordshire, stalker rifles i seem to remember it being called that made very powerfull air rifles up to 6/700flbs in calibres up to 7.62mm.


I have a few from + 130 ftp and the maximum I have is my Quackenbush at the moment with about 683 FTP

hehehehheehhehe

The weapon I like the most is my 6.35 Condor (the only one in the world) wich is specialy made for me and tuned by Antonu Annuzi in the USA and I tuned it further.
Now the thing is set on (13 settings) 168 ftp.
I use it for LONG RANGE shooting +- 450 meter (475 yards)

ive got a rapid mk1 in .20 cal, its got 3 power settings 12/27/42 flbs but i only use it on 27flbs as its all over the place on the higher setting.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:20 am


That would be a good idea, modifying power is not allowed to be discussed on the open forum, but it is in private messages. My friend has been booted off permanently from the BSAOG for discussing it, but I cannot see where, not even a warning about it! So I told him to come here, he is a very talented airgun restorer, builder, modifier and tuner, he has made some beautiful rifles that I would kill for, an Edpup being one! I also sold hima rifle, he came over from Belgium to collect it, this guy is air crazy!



That's a good one..... hehehehehe

Aircrazy....

I keep that one in mind wouhaaaaaaaaa

Is there a way my friends that I can put links in from Photobucket so that the pics can be seen onhere or the pics can be showed online?

Please some advice....
I do speek English etc but I'm not so fammiliar with the use of the site you see.
Sorry when I make mistakes in the beginning and when my English is NOT well enough.

Stefaan http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

i was born here and your english is better than mine :laugh: :laugh: if you click more reply options theres a link to add photos.




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