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Posted: 7/29/2001 4:13:21 PM EST
I just shot my clubs hunter silhouette match. Using my BSA .222 I managed to embarrass myself because all the shots at 50, 100, 150, and 200 meters were from the standing position. (You could shoot the 200 from the sitting position if you wanted).Anyway I have decided to do some practice at home in my basement with A airgun. I don't want to want to spend A lot of money (under $300) but I would like something that is accurate and reliable. Any ideas on air rifles or web sites that might have good info on air rifles. This air rifle would be used with A scope for indoor practice and not for small game or pest shooting.(Although my wife is after me to get rid of the chipmunks at our bird feeders). I also shot this match with A Armalite with about the same results. Thanks in advance for any info. Pokey
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 4:33:19 PM EST
How much do you want to spend, and how serious are you?
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 4:50:23 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 5:02:00 PM EST
you need the armelite FA bb gun m-16 simulator
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 5:14:10 PM EST
It's been a while since I was over there, but try the American Airguns Web Page: [url]http://www.airguns.net/[/url] I personally have a BSA Supersport and a FWB 300S. The 300S is a Match gun, the SS is more of a fun gun, but either one will outshoot me. Precision Sales is still selling them for $185 in .177 or .22. [url]http://www.precision-sales.com/bsa/prices.htm[/url] I used to have a Beeman R-8, and it was a phenomenal gun (no longer made), but Beeman is still one of the best guns: [url]http://www.beeman.com/[/url] Here is a list of links related to Airguns: [url]http://www.airgunletter.com/web.html[/url]
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 6:42:14 PM EST
Originally Posted By mattsd: you need the armelite FA bb gun m-16 simulator
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hey where can i get one
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 6:58:36 PM EST
Hmm... Airguns. Good recommendations from all. However, I'd also suggest getting a look at the following sites: [url]http://www.airgunforum.com/[/url] <--The name says it all. [url]http://www.funsupply.com/airguns/airrifle.htm[/url] <--Sellers of airguns, paintball guns, and related items. [url]http://www.airgunbbs.co.uk/[/url] <--AirgunBBS; another forum but for the Brits. May/not apply well to US stuff. [url]http://dmoz.org/Recreation/Guns/Airguns/[/url] <--A [i]large[/i] collection of airgun-related links. HTH! Mike
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 8:29:24 PM EST
RWS model 34. Great pellet rifle. Have not shot it in a while, but it has more boxes of pellets through it than I can fathom.
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 6:36:59 AM EST
They all beat me to Airguns.net, but for purchasing, try these places: [url]www.funsupply.com[/url] [url]www.goldentollerairguns.com[/url] I have dealt with these guys and they are honest as the day is long! They sell good stuff! For more info just go to airguns.net It's got them most complete links, forum, and other info on the Net. Just don't wind up spending all your time over there!
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 6:44:52 AM EST
I shoot a Beeman R9 in .177. Its about $250. I'm converting it to a rear peep sight. I'm VER happy with it
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 7:11:16 AM EST
afarr, gotta link to feinwerkebrau? i've been thinking of getting a match rifle.
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