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Extractio Urinio ,taka da pees ,but as we know "the fool n his money are easily parted" .If i spent 4k on this i better make sure ive got enough money for the divorce that went with it .

4 grand, hells teeth, that’d buy a tow bar for the Bentley 😂

It’s not £4000 , just stupid people on Facebook saying that apparently , should ban shitbook 

7 hours ago, Baldcoot said:

Would that Lambo be a " Lambretta" Jimmy or has Derv give u his spare car 🤣

Yerr, gave him the Lamborghini, the hedge cutter hydraulics kept catching on the rear spoiler and all the hawthorn bits dropped on my head. I knew I’d regret getting the roofless version.😀

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£4,000 for the new FX Impact.

Did I read that figure correct? FOUR GRAND FOR A SUB-12 FT/LB AIR RIFLE??

Among my springers and a beautiful and regulated Daystate Regal .177...

I have a Webley FX2000. 22. One hole accurate at 30 metres. It cost £350 with a lovely Tasco scope, sling swivels and sling plus £140 for a decent volume air bottle and hose. 

Then, I have a Webley Axsor .22. Beautiful walnut stock. One hole accurate with JSB Heavies, Bushnell Banner 6-18x50 scope and slip. Got it all in a straight swap for Helen's Daystate Huntsman Classic .177. 

Both rifles are Frederick Axelson designed guns, they run off the same bottle. Hit exactly what I point them at and kill it clean and quick. 

What does four thousand pounds buy that my two Swedish rifles don't possess? The rabbits and pigeons don't have complaints!

Simon/Pianoman. 

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1 hour ago, pianoman said:

£4,000 for the new FX Impact.

Did I read that figure correct? FOUR GRAND FOR A SUB-12 FT/LB AIR RIFLE??

Among my springers and a beautiful and regulated Daystate Regal .177...

I have a Webley FX2000. 22. One hole accurate at 30 metres. It cost £350 with a lovely Tasco scope, sling swivels and sling plus £140 for a decent volume air bottle and hose. 

Then, I have a Webley Axsor .22. Beautiful walnut stock. One hole accurate with JSB Heavies, Bushnell Banner 6-18x50 scope and slip. Got it all in a straight swap for Helen's Daystate Huntsman Classic .177. 

Both rifles are Frederick Axelson designed guns, they run off the same bottle. Hit exactly what I point them at and kill it clean and quick. 

What does four thousand pounds buy that my two Swedish rifles don't possess? The rabbits and pigeons don't have complaints!

Simon/Pianoman. 

£1840 Simon not £4K, just stupid people putting stuff on shit book 👍🏻

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Thanks for clearing that up Mitch.

Have just had a Google search of this particular golden gun. 

Er..Nope! I'll hang on to what I already have thank you. Serves me more than well enough! 

Best wishes to those that want to spend on this one.

Simon

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No DB, it was some bloke on facebook that said it was but he was talking about fitting it with every possible extra in the book. I thought it was £4k as stated but not the case, as Mitch said £1843 or finance at £23.14 per month (figures stated by Sportsman shop).

Phil

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4 hours ago, philpot said:

No DB, it was some bloke on facebook that said it was but he was talking about fitting it with every possible extra in the book. I thought it was £4k as stated but not the case, as Mitch said £1843 or finance at £23.14 per month (figures stated by Sportsman shop).

Phil

‘Avin a larf  Phil 😂, and if you need it on finance you can’t afford one. 😀👍

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