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  1. I've got an Airsporter with the prefix "es" that I've had since 1985 . Went to Old Downs in Swindon with it about 2012 and was knocking knock over targets at 35 yards freehand, witnessed by davyt63. I didn't do too well on the HFT coarse as it was topped with a scope with a 30/30 ret. It was left lame in the cabinet until a couple months back as the buffer washer had disintegrated and it needed a new o-ring on the piston too. I've got plans to have a couple of upgrades done to it early next year and hopefully bring it back up to the accuracy it once had
  2. Thank fook that was you out with Jimmy and not me!!!
  3. Don't look the best, truly shocking!!
  4. See these kind of threads started all over the forums. It would help if the O P's stated where they are based as my crystal ball refuses point blank to let on!!
  5. Got my spares from here last week - "BSA - Airsporter Model Variants" BSA - Airsporter Model Variants WWW.AIRGUNSPARES.COM Airgunspares & The Countrystore Gunshop. Gun spares for hundreds of airguns, no matter... You could also try here as they carry them - "Airsporter BSA - Airgun spares | Chambers Gunmakers - Airgun, Shotgun & Rifle spares. Parts for Air Arms, BSA, Crosman, Diana, Gamo, Relum, Webley, Weihrauch and many, many more" https://www.gunspares.co.uk/categories/24287/Airsporter/ Hope these help
  6. Straight from the tin, fook faffing about. Vermin will never know the difference
  7. What's an 8 yard windage, I don't understand??
  8. Look on the bright side Arry, no-one's got the wooden spoon twice on the trot so you'll be alright next year Kev didn't even finish the sentence before Sean had half his kit in the next swim down, he must of known that end of the pond was shite
  9. Hope it all goes well Jimmy and the weather hold out for you
  10. Met up with a fella last Monday after heading back home from a few days in Northumberland, he had 5 tins of these in .30 . He rated them in his Rapid. I looked at getting a tin in .177 @ 10.5 g but at £24 for a bag of 250 I thought fook that
  11. Still got mine from the mid 80s, it's a "S" in .177 and i'll never sell it
  12. Never sold any of my rifles, each has a different characteristic feel about it, and the fact, its always good to have a backup if your main shooting rifle goes down
  13. You clumsy pair of cnuts, and sleeping on the job Fair play on getting out mate and telling all, could of been worse, you could of blanked Sure your gun will be back looking good as new
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