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Welcome New Members / Re: Hello from Pakistan
« Last post by amb5500c on Today at 02:01:31 PM »
Welcome to the GTA.
Richard
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Welcome New Members / Re: Starting new to the PCP air rifles
« Last post by amb5500c on Today at 02:01:02 PM »
Welcome to the GTA.
Richard
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Welcome New Members / Re: New to the forum but not new to airguns...
« Last post by amb5500c on Today at 02:00:36 PM »
Welcome to the GTA.
Richard
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Crosman-Benjamin Air Gun Gate / Re: Benjamin 392s
« Last post by mrbulk on Today at 01:59:29 PM »
Found a suitable trigger return spring and got Betty Lou's trigger done. I did cut the anti decocking nub off of hers. Don't know why... I just did. Next time in I'll find some thin brass washers for the pivot pins. Maybe a trip to the old school hardware later.

avatar,

IMHO, the cutting of the anti de-cocking nub is a very, very big deal with me. I did it on all my airguns including my Airforce guns. If I could not de-cock, I would most likely not own the gun, that feature is that important to me as I want one in the chamber and cock and shoot when I want to in one semi quick motion.

As I'm walking around in the woods or waiting all I want to do is quietly and quickly cock the gun. I'm not about to walk around with a round in the chamber, spring tension on and relying on a mechanical safety --- not going to happen.

wll
I get it... just probably won't spend too much time in the woods with these 2 guns. They are more for Betty Lou and I to enjoy plinking games together like we do with many other pairs of pumper we have.

Blessed (and so lucky) that some among us have a wonderful signif. other to share the joys of airgunning with. My wife has no interest in guns... ::)
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Hunting Gate / Re: My 1st real RAT!!!
« Last post by kbstingwing on Today at 01:58:57 PM »
Give it a week or two, Then Vaporize it... ;D ;D ;D :o
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Crosman-Benjamin Air Gun Gate / Re: Benjamin 392s
« Last post by mrbulk on Today at 01:58:09 PM »
Is that using the iron sights or scoped?  That's a great group!  Nice shooting!

Thanks Paul it was a nice lucky group till that last one.

I used an ncStar 2.5-power pistol (or "super long eye relief") scope but to tell you the truth, the reason I stuck on that huge black shoot-n-see dot is because that's all I can barely see at 25 yards with such a low power scope!

I am supposed to get my Baker intermount today and we will see how she (and I) do with some real magnification so I can actually see the target's aim point...
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German AirGun Gate / Re: springer groups at 50 yards
« Last post by Lt. Dan on Today at 01:50:11 PM »
Nice Dan.

Your post brings up another thing I see for me is. With the cphp I didn't not need hold over there pretty flat shooting , BUT. Other pellets of the same weight  I do need some.  I kinda wonder if the howelled point adds some lift ?     Only pellets I got left handy not crosman are gamo rockets and they shoot lower  by a good inch or more. But are still 14 grain
I'm zeroed at 30 yds, so yes at 60 yards I must use holdover to bring POI up to match my POA.

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Well in an effort to keep this thread on track,..... I just bought a FX Deamline Lite Compact with dreams of turning it into as many FX rifles as my mind can dream up, only to come and find out many of the FX parts are on "Preorder" where I shop...! :'(  :P
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Back Room / Re: My wife died.
« Last post by mrbulk on Today at 01:42:19 PM »
Such sad news to hear, my thoughts and prayers are with you and yours.
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Back Room / Re: My wife died.
« Last post by Rob C on Today at 01:35:03 PM »
Cole,

I'm so sorry for your loss. I lost my father at the end of March, but I can't begin to imagine what you are going through right now. Stay strong and remember the good times you shared together. May you find the strength and comfort that you need at this time.
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