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Enjoyed the practice/ training with the T Rex and the old FWB Sport 124 tonight.

 

Always keep with the paper work lads :good:

 

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atb Mark

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I was thinking about your TX today Mark :yes:

 

I've had a bit of work to do on mine and, I was wondering what a professionaly tuned one might be like.

 

...... How would you honestly describe the shot cycle and, how does it feel when cocking yours?

 

..... Genuine question mate :)

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Hi Jon,

 

Shot cycle,- low recoil, very fast lock time and smooth as.

The trigger is set to, a two stage, very precise and crisp let off.

 

Cocking my T Rex, - not for a child, powerful and smooth, with a very precise, single quiet click.

 

Over the Primo sticks I am very disappointed should I miss.

 

Hope that helps any,

 

atb Mark.

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Jon,

 

Hold sensitivity is minimal because of the weight of this rifle - one of the most accurate springers I`ve ever shot.

 

bw Mark

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Cheers Mark :thumbs:

 

Do you feel all 3 latches on the anti bear trap when cocking yours?

 

..... I've put a piston extension in mine - only one of the ABT latches engages then, it takes a bit more force to get the piston to engage.

 

Cocking isn't as smooth as I'd like yet but, I can't complain about the accuracy.

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Well done and good on you Mark. Not many will say out loud that it take a lot of practice even after a lifetimes shooting to maintain those skills obtained, never mind keeping them at any level.

All the very best for you and yours

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Why the two high ones at the bottom ? you or the gun ? i get a oddball when im practicing too i blame my lack of concentration after 5 mins

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Why the two high ones at the bottom ? you or the gun ? i get a oddball when im practicing too i blame my lack of concentration after 5 mins

 

Heh ! Heh ! ( yes, lack of concentration) - none of us are perfect one but I do try to be :icon_redface: ? :laugh::whistling:

 

atb Mark.

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Well shot Mark. It's always good to see a man take a pride in his shooting and his rifle. :thumbs:

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