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TriggerPlease

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  1. View Advert HW110 .177 6 months old Hllo all! Ive had my HW110 for 6 months and am already getting itchy for another PCP! So I’m considering a swap or a sale, just looking to see what offers I get to see if it’s worth it! The rifle is 6 months old, comes with 3 sets of mounts (ATN quick release 30mm tube, Hawke fixed mount both 1” and 30mm so any scope you have it will fit! That’s nearly £80 in just mounts...), 2 magazines, a bipod, bag and a shooting bag rest! It’s EXTREMELY UNFUSSY with pellets, every brand I’ve put through (no crappy pellets) has been
  2. Thank you all! Yes once I get my HW110 I will be putting hours upon hours of work in to get to know the rifle and what we are capable of. Once this is done I'll be sure to get insured ASAP and will take what everyone has said and see how I get along! Also if anyone has any second hand scopes (reaaally wanting an airmax 30 sf) or pumps in West Sussex please let me know!
  3. Hello all! long story short, basically I recently graduated university so money is extreeeeemly tight for me. Therefore, over the last few months I've been making small deposits on my very first PCP air rifle (HW110 in .177) as I've wanted one for years and air gunning has been my passion since I was 10 and shot for the first time. I've often considered buying one second hand but as it's my first ever proper air rifle I want it to be brand spanking new and be mine and only ever be mine (I'm weird like that). However, I've just got my first proper job and become a teacher at an autis
  4. Yes it seems ther was an overwhelming opinion on the hw100 that meant I couldn't consider it again, thankfully my local shop had the kt model in which I loved, so thanks for the help!
  5. Does anybody on here have shooting experience with the hw100kt and the hw100t full length version? Obviously you sacrifice shot count with the kt version, but what i am concerned about is do you sacrifice accuracy as well? I want the model that is most likely going to give me a solid platform for both target shooting (hft most likely) and hunting.
  6. Does anybody on here have shooting experience with the hw100kt and the hw100t full length version? Obviously you sacrifice shot count with the kt version, but what i am concerned about is do you sacrifice accuracy as well? I want the model that is most likely going to give me a solid platform for both target shooting and hunting.
  7. I got to fire and shoulder the hw100 kt yesterday, and I absolutely loved it! So comfy and the balance was perfect! So I'm definitely going to go for the hw100kt! Thanks for all your help guys, really appreciate it!
  8. I have a feeling I'm going to have to consider the hw100 by the looks of things! Everyone seems to love them on here!
  9. I've had a look and the general review seems to be that it's unreliable. Have you had one? What problems did you come across?
  10. Yes it was, how much does the 100 sporter stock cost?
  11. I had a look at the hw100 and shouldered it, I didn't really get on with the way it feels and much preferred the feel of the daystate huntsman regal hence why I'm swayed towards it.
  12. Hello, I am about to invest in my first pcp and was completely set on getting a compatto in .177 . However, I am now very much leaning towards spending that extra £200 on a daystate huntsman regal because I've been told it will hold value more and is a much better rifle but I'm just unsure if it is worth the extra £200 (I am straight out of uni so money is definitely a big factor for me) So I need your advice, is it worth spending £800 on my first pop or should I just stick with the brocock compatto? The main purpose of the rifle will be hunting/plinking with the occasional hft course.
  13. Hello all! I'm looking to buy my first PCP air rifle and want to spend no more than £600. I have narrowed it down to either the brocock compatto or the Halsam gladius as they're both bullpups and good for hunting. However, I want the rifle that is most accurate, which by looking at YouTube reviews and other reviews it seems that the brocock isextremely accurate. However, I can't seem to find much on the Hatsan. The main reason I'm stuck is because I want the brocock because of the accuracy but I much prefer the looks of the hatsan gladius. Anyone out there who has got experi
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