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What's the best value new PCP for under £500?

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Hey guys,

what do you all think the best value PCP below £500 is as I am looking to get back into shooting?

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To answer you question ,If you want new......Air Arms S200,  Gamo Phox, or Walter Rotex rm8.

 

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Without a doubt its the Gamo Phox package. Rifle, scope, bag and pump for just under £500. In fact Sportsman had them recently for £454.

I've had one since about August and it's a cracker, better value than the S200 it replaced.

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Hey Timmy, 

I'll go have a look I was also looking at the Webley en4orcer. What's going on with all these Artemis rifles?

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I know you're asking about new stuff but, you'll get a lot more for your money if you buy used - you should be able to find an S410 and maybe an HW100.

 

The Webley Enforcer looks like a good bit of kit and, I wish it was. Unfortunately, now it's Webley in name only - Turkish made :thumbdown:

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14 minutes ago, shadow_sniper said:

Damn jonjon Shame that.

What you reckon to the gamo deal? 

 

I've never used a Phox mate but, they are getting some good reviews and, it's a full PCP package within budget :thumbs:

 

These are also getting good reviews - you can pick them up around £40 over your budget.........

https://woodfield-gcp.co.uk/product/zbroia-pcp-kozak/

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I too would look at a second hand hw100, iv seen plenty around at 500 pounds in great condition.

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Single shot ultra or similair mate. In all honesty, it’s only the mag that takes um up to the 600-700 mark. Properly decent single shot PCP’s are well under the 500 mark. 

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You have two options really, but some crappy new gun from Gamo or Walther or save up to buy a decent gun.

as said earlier, there are some excellent second hand rifles of a higher quality than a new one at £500 and you may well have a scope fitted for your budget.

as an example, my son in law is going to sell his BSA Ultra XL, 2 mags with scope, bag and a 3lt air cylinder and whip tip for £500. The only reason I say this is because he told me this morning. 

whatever you do ,look for second hand and get a better outfit.

 

Phil

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12 hours ago, shadow_sniper said:

I don't really want single shot mate.

Fair enough snipes. Most wouldn't I suppose. Sorry, Id didn't see that bit in your OP 😁

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