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  1. First kill for the walther reign m2. Had it a month or so been to the range a few times its taken some getting used to! . Decent little rifle tho, apart from the triggers pretty crap on mine. Really accurate when you get it right
  2. Good shooting lads , cant beat a hw110 / pard combo
  3. My s510 ultimate sporter, regulated.. .22 .. had to go back to air arms after a few weeks of having it from brand new. The power if i remember was fine at around 11.3 ftlb.. but it was the accuracy for me. Allover the shop.. me and a freind thought it was an issue with the Reg but after it came back from air arms they had put a new barrel on it! It shoots pretty bang on now tho so all good. On a side note, my mate got a brand new s510 other week, black soft touch one in.177 not the regulated one... when you pulled the sidelever out to cock the rifle it was really loose and flailing aroun
  4. Mines always been awesome no power issues. I have the full length laminate in .177 cal. Had it just over a year. As for the sling, you can get a plate that screws on between the stock and buttpad that has a sling stud fitted. I didnt want to drill my nice laminate stock either. Easy to fit and solid as a rock. Look on ebay i think thats where i got mine.
  5. My pro sport is bang on accurate nice to loom at.. just sounds a bit twangy tho
  6. Il have to start mounting them on the walls if i buy anymore
  7. Got the normal bolt action clx in .22 beech an by god is it accurate. Really consistent over the chrono too i dont see why it would need a reg tbh. Maybe in .177 for a few more shots?... but even 60 or 70 or whatever you get is more than enough. Wouldnt mind the laminate sidelever one but i already have too many guns
  8. I have 4 of these scopes so yes i rate them haha. Not really tried them in low light but the 44mm objective and 30mm tube should do a decent job together. For daytime shooting in the woods i really like them. Decent scopes at a fair price
  9. Is it .177 ? Try zero at 35 yards.. if its doing about 10.5-11.5 ftlb you should probably be within an inch between like 12 and 40 yards. At 50 you might have to holdover by about a cm or so.. i zero all my .177s at about 35 yards
  10. Got my first one in ages other day. My mate got one aswel. Been focusing on keeping the rats in check for the farmer but theres loads of crows up at his other farm he wants me to get on them next
  11. I have an 008lrf but the GF wants a 007. Was thinking just get her an 007a but is the 007 S a lot better? Worth the extra cash? And now another new/upgraded model. What do i do
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