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I love that RWS Excalibur/Simmons Whitetail scope of Tom's. Pity about the prat at RWS who's appalling customer manner put me solidly off buying one.

 

Does my HW80 .22 and long-out-of-production Simmons Whitetail 3.5-14x40 AO count for this group? She and her scope are both pushing 19-20 years old now...But still beautiful... :angel:

I wondered that after posting my pic, I was at work and diddnt read the start of the topic properly. I hope 20+ years counts? Or am I in trouble for been too modern? Hope not lol.

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I love that RWS Excalibur/Simmons Whitetail scope of Tom's. Pity about the prat at RWS who's appalling customer manner put me solidly off buying one.

 

Does my HW80 .22 and long-out-of-production Simmons Whitetail 3.5-14x40 AO count for this group? She and her scope are both pushing 19-20 years old now...But still beautiful... :angel:

Well if its over 15yrs old id say it counts in this section

 

Simon

 

and where are the pics of that pro sport but not on hear lol

 

by the way you better put the pics up of that hw80 O,,,never mind ill do it for you

 

atvbjimmy :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

 

SIMON'S HW80 LADS

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Beautiful rifles Si/ Mac :yes:

 

atb Mark

THEY ARE MARK

 

I PUT SOME WORK INTO THEM TWO I CAN TELL YOU LOL

 

ATVBJIMMY :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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Rws excalibure and whitetail classic scope....

 

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Proper that is. Its like something from 96' Airgunner.

 

Them Whitetails mate. Dont come much better even these days. Who used to be the face of them... "The Hunter - Richard North" :D WTF happened to him.

 

put one on the 95 last week :thumbs:

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THOUGHT I SAY,D NO MODERN CLASSICS

 

SI :rtfm: :rtfm: :rtfm: BROWN

 

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sorry :cray::cray:

it was about the scope...

but that said i had to oil the 95 the other day cos its got a bit rusty, must be down to my top notch rifle care and it looks batted :laugh:

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Rws excalibure and whitetail classic scope....

 

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Proper that is. Its like something from 96' Airgunner.

 

Them Whitetails mate. Dont come much better even these days. Who used to be the face of them... "The Hunter - Richard North" :D WTF happened to him.

 

put one on the 95 last week :thumbs:

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THOUGHT I SAY,D NO MODERN CLASSICS

 

SI :rtfm: :rtfm: :rtfm: BROWN

 

:thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

 

sorry :cray::cray:

it was about the scope...

but that said i had to oil the 95 the other day cos its got a bit rusty, must be down to my top notch rifle care and it looks batted :laugh:

 

DONT LET THE LOOKS FOOL YOU LADS IV SEEN WHAT THIS RIFLE CAN DO

 

IN SI,S HANDS :yes:

 

ATVBJIMMY :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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Well, here's my contribution - being a pcp, I guess it's probably more of a modern classic.

 

Rough estimates put this .22 Falcon FN12 at around 22 yrs old.

 

Being a bit simple myself, I do appreciate the simpler things in life - this is definitely that and, bloody accurate to, even in my hands :yes:

 

Atvb :thumbs:

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Well, here's my contribution - being a pcp, I guess it's probably more of a modern classic.

 

Rough estimates put this .22 Falcon FN12 at around 22 yrs old.

 

Being a bit simple myself, I do appreciate the simpler things in life - this is definitely that and, bloody accurate to, even in my hands :yes:

 

Atvb :thumbs:

STILL A CLASSIC JON

 

BE IT PCP OR SPRING IF ITS OVER 15YRS OLD ITS A CLASSIC

 

ATVBJIMMY :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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Well, here's my contribution - being a pcp, I guess it's probably more of a modern classic.

 

Rough estimates put this .22 Falcon FN12 at around 22 yrs old.

 

Being a bit simple myself, I do appreciate the simpler things in life - this is definitely that and, bloody accurate to, even in my hands :yes:

 

Atvb :thumbs:

STILL A CLASSIC JON

 

BE IT PCP OR SPRING IF ITS OVER 15YRS OLD ITS A CLASSIC

 

ATVBJIMMY :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

 

 

Boom. Officially allowed then... Ill just keep posting pictures of this even though you've all seen it waaay to many times before :)

 

Only classic I have I hate to admit.

 

Sod it.

 

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In that case here's a pic of a couple of my old falcons

 

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Got to love fn,s

 

Not much of a picture taker this pic is god knows how many years old! But it's in my photobucket album so thaught I'd stick it up. The sporter stocked one is now owned by my best mate on the promise it came back. He won't part with it and doesn't even consider changing it. Not done owt but fill it with air and shoot it since I sold him it. I keep trying to get it back lol.

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Gone but not forgoten. Another old pic in my photobucket. Hw80 mk1 sold to a top member on this forum.....

 

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Nice one fellas - you got us a classic section :yes::good:

 

After all, what is an airgun section without a puritan reminder of where it all began :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now ...... About my Mercury Challenger :hmm::thumbs:

 

 

 

Ps, Cheers again Walshie :good:

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