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  1. dutchjozef

    77 or 80 ?

    Problem is..... Already got one of em. Its my designated matchstick Shooter. Its the one on the pictures in this reply. Stock and internals have been heavily worked by myself
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    77 or 80 ?

    Hi lads My wallet is burning and I have an addiction to feed. So I need to buy an other rifle. It will be used open sights only. (Already have a few scoped weihrauchs) Ive narrowed down my choise betwee a 77 and a 80. My gut wants to buy a hw80 in .22. But my mind says the piston is too heavy and the spring too powerfull. So maybe a 77 is the better choise. Ive had a few 80s in the past, but never a 77. The rifle will be used for informal targetshooting in the standing and kneeling positions. Will not use it for hunting/benchrest.... Thats were the 97s come to play. So what would you guys do? I know Pianoman has "some" experience with both, so I hope he'll give his opinion too.
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    WHAT A BEAUTIFUL OLD GIRL

    Stunning!!! She screems to be shot with plain old open sights
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    working english bull terriers

    Yes sir. Thats an alano. We had to wait a few years, cos all of the studs died during the big bore hunts. His mom and dad are both proven bore hunters and are still active these days. So we got a truely proven working line.
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    working english bull terriers

    Hi mate. You live in Spain you say? We've got this boar-dog. Both parents are boar hunters. But it can also be used as a protection dog for cattle and family. Do you recognise this breed? Btw I didnt know EBT were still game dogs. Ive never met a EBT worthy of using as a workingdog at all. Nice to hear they ard still around. But cant imagine they are purebred EBT. Must be some other workingdog lines in it. -and I dont mind crossbreeding at all! If it serves the purpose.... why not
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    Got my new scope

    Not on the 100 Matt. Pcp is for half-men. That scope deserves to be used on a mans-rifle.
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    Got my new scope

    Nice scope buddy. Hope youll enjoy her. As long as you mount her on a weihrauch, you're all set
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    My new cs1000 stock

    Any of you know if its possible to make a video of the rifle shooting in a kneeled position and post it here?
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    My new cs1000 stock

    Ok I see the knee rested pics didnt make ik. These are shot off a workmate resting on a rice bag. Stock is directly rested on the bag!! So not rested on my hand palm or thumb. I find that amazing. Its like shooting pcp or rimfire
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    My new cs1000 stock

    And now we are gonna eat. Need to keep ON weight. Cheers lads
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    My new cs1000 stock

    Okay. First serious benchrest shoot with the stock. 25 meters. 10 shots. Shot trough the corridor, kitchen and the rest of the pellet's fight outside in the garden. Back rested against the frontdoor, rifle rested on my knee. YES ..... bone on stock.
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    My new cs1000 stock

    Jimmy, If I was disappointed, Im man enough to admit that. But I discover new things to the design. Nothing is random made. Every curve or styllistish difference has a purpose. In some positions you can shoot it with 1 hand. If a man cares about target shooting or accuracy, this stock is the way to go. And when I hunt rabbits at the horse paddocks, Im never prone. Preferably shooting over the knee. Well this stock offers options that the k or kt stock doenst offer. Not the least aided by the extra wood on the rifle. Is "hamster" the right word? Both positions shown i this post: - dead easy and relaxed to shoot and maintain this position for a long time -stock on bone...... no problem. True one hole groups at my home range. Havnt tested it thourolly yet on the off hand. But the extra weight plus the improved ergonomics should help. Ill keep you informed. Cheers
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    My new cs1000 stock

    Hahah. Yeah the boots were the shop's boots. I choose the stock for functional reasons. It IS a target stock, and I intend to use it primairly for that. Saying that..... it already did some vermin duties. Cheers
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    My new cs1000 stock

    Hey Buddy, Ive posted my initial findings in this topic. Ill be doing some more testing this week Cheers
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    Big Mac's famous Airsporter !

    My kind of attitude!!!
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