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Thread: Suggest an air rifle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by idahoron View Post
    But buying a quality gun you only cry once
    And a big Ditto on that one!!! My Dad taught me that 50 years ago.

    What happens is people find it hard to spend $5-600 on an "Airgun?" Thinking "Airgun" means "BB gun."

    If you look at it like that you are looking in the wrong direction. You need to think of it as a "Quality Tool" that you are going to use for the rest of your life.

    AS I said above these guns are equal to or exceed the quality of any firearm in their price range. However they will outlast any firearm in their price range due to a much higher level of Craftsmanship. They are more like a Swiss Watch than a Slug Launching Device.

    Believe me you won't regret your purchase.

    Randy
    "It's not how well you do what you know how to do,,,It's how well you do what you DON'T know how to do!"
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    Any of the HW's, that suit your taste. Very high quality for the money. Their Rekord triggers are the best triggers out there.

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    I would suggest Benjamin Marauder Wood stock.
    The Benjamin Marauder Air Rifle (wood stock) discharges .25 caliber rounds at speeds of 900 FPS. The velocity can also be adjusted. The rifle is capable of shooting as far as 100 yards. It has a 10-shot rotary magazine. And there is no recoil while shooting. It is really powerful and accurate, which is ideal for medium to big game. I see some good suggestions here https://airgunmaniac.com/best-15-pcp-airguns/.

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    .177 for feathers, .22 for fur.

    .20 aka 5mm Sheridan for both.
    It was three things that made America great.
    It was God, guns, and guts. 3 things twice actually. We need to get back to our roots.

    Back to those 3 and the other big 3. The Declaration of Independence,
    The Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.

    Get GOD back in our lives and our country, find the courage of our convictions, or guts, and a willingness to stand up and fight for what we believe in. Guns.
    The other big 3 are our road map.

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    I just bought a HW50S Hunter combo. It came with a 4X scope and a moderator. It still needs some breaking in but is accurate and is a back yard gun.

    I shot my brothers back on Memorial day weekend. I had a part break on a Diana 430L and he had the HW50s there as his other gun. I fell in love with
    that rifle and decided to get one for me. I was able to knock over a steel ram out at 70 yards with that rifle and that sold me with the HW. Mind you I did
    it with the Diana before it broke.

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    Hw97k. The end.

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BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
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