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(POLL) whats your vote on THE best PCP gun for $1,000 & Under.

September 6 2006 at 5:08 PM

SP  (Login springloader1)
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My vote

- Air Arms .22 cal. S410ERB ------- Whats yours??

 
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(Login Trojan1994)
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BSA Hornet with factory SAS Moderator...

September 6 2006, 5:20 PM 

Accuracy, Regulated Power, Quiet, available in single or multishot, carbine or rifle length...

Logun Solo's are awful nice as well as that new Air Arms Carbine that Ryan's been posting on(I like everything about it, especially the adjustable power, just wish it was available in .177 as well as single shot, I'd of bought one this week if they were...)

Regards,

Tony

 
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Cdubbs
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Yeh the SOLO is great for the money,

September 6 2006, 5:25 PM 

I also like the AA TDR and im about to find out tonight if I like the BSA Sporsman HV. The rest of mine are over that price point so don't know.

 
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(Login sky.a)
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I agree with Cdubbs the solo

September 6 2006, 9:59 PM 

will let you know though as ive got a s410 crb lefty coming  ill try it out and let you know,but the solo is tough to beat at  under $600

Kauai Boy

 
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william
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Cyclone or D8R ( Super Swift ) nt

September 6 2006, 5:46 PM 

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Ben L.
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It is clear and simple, the winner is .......

September 6 2006, 5:49 PM 

A Rapid MkII WITH a discount ....... hehehe ....... a bit impossible I know (LOL)

Seriously, my vote goes for the Walnut Cyclone, well under $1000 at Straightshooter.

Ben L.

 
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(Login Trojan1994)
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LOL, where's that discount code/coupon?!?! nt

September 6 2006, 5:53 PM 





 
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Steve in CT
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FX Superswift. nt

September 6 2006, 6:14 PM 

nt

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(Login Harriershot)
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Cyclone...

September 6 2006, 6:16 PM 

I own a walnut and a synthetic, to many good things to say.

Just a great hunting rig.

Enjoy

Charlie


 
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Lamar
(Login ratwacker)
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That's easy

September 6 2006, 6:52 PM 

I second the AA S410 ERB but put in the nice factory walnut with rosewood end caps and your still under $1000

 
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(Login RLT59)
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Air Arms .177 cal. S400ERB

September 6 2006, 6:53 PM 

50 yards in wind, 0.588"CTC


Cheers,
Rich


Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance?

 
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(Login Trojan1994)
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No doubt, factory stock S400 took 3rd @ the 2006 World FT, right?!?! nt

September 6 2006, 7:12 PM 

Nt

 
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(Login RLT59)
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I think that rumor came off a UK forum,

September 6 2006, 7:19 PM 

but it just might be true! Ya never know..
I want to see the pics!!



Cheers,
Rich


Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance?

 
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(Login Trojan1994)
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Yep, the BBS Airgun Forum is where i read it.. is the power on your gun adjustable? nt

September 6 2006, 7:24 PM 

Nt

 
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(Login RLT59)
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Yeah, it's got a little knob on the side.. (indicator on the other side).

September 6 2006, 7:33 PM 



Darn, now everybody knows what the serial number of my S400 is!!

Cheers,
Rich


Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance?

 
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(Login Trojan1994)
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I'm gonna register it as my own and report you stole it!!! :-)

September 6 2006, 8:08 PM 

How does it like having the power turned down?

Regards,

Tony

 
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(Login RLT59)
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It still shoots very well at low power

September 6 2006, 8:33 PM 

and makes even less noise.

I do enjoy all the shots I get down at 10 or 12 fpe..
For FT it's most set between 17 & 19 fpe.
Which is also great for de-squirreling the woods..

Cheers,
Rich


Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance?

 
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DDay
(Login davidlday)
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That's a really tough one

September 6 2006, 7:21 PM 

Up until a few minutes ago, when I was doing a little comparison between the Cyclone and BSA Hornet, I would have said the Cyclone. However, I didn't realize how well I had tweeked the Hornet's trigger compared to what I can get with the Cyclone... And after shooting the Hornet, the Cyclone seemed a bit light and a little on the flimsy side to me.

That said, I am on my way out back for a nighttime skunk hunt using the cyclone (.22) - want to make sure stinky goes down with one shot.

DDay

 
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(Login mhx)
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any Air Arms S410 carbine or rifle

September 6 2006, 7:29 PM 

nt.

 
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(Login ace_spade22)
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I second AA 410CRB...(pic)

September 6 2006, 8:01 PM 


 
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Adam in SoCal
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I third the AA 410.....high quality, accurate, and reliable.nt

September 6 2006, 9:19 PM 

nt.

Adam in SoCal
" I am the Hammer, You are the Nail"

 
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mjfa
(Login mjfa)
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BSA Hornet

September 6 2006, 7:42 PM 

Better gun than my FX SuperSwift and my Air Arms S200B.

 
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(Login Nomo4me)
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But the Hornet stock is sooo clubby............

September 6 2006, 7:47 PM 

through the grip area.

IMO of course

Mike

 
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mjfa
(Login mjfa)
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Ok. What's your vote for? nt

September 6 2006, 8:03 PM 

no text.

 
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(Login Nomo4me)
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Well,............

September 6 2006, 8:17 PM 

I have a BSA Ultra which I really like but the shot count is too low to be nominated here. And I have an Air Ranger, which is still presenting me with "issues" and exceeds the price point anyway.

I've never fired another PCP, so I can't say I'm qualified to cast a vote here.

Mike

 
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(Login Trojan1994)
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Says who? I don't think my Hornet looks clubby...PICS

September 6 2006, 8:11 PM 





LOL, so it isn't a factory stock but with the cost of the stock its still under $1,000.00

Regards,

Tony

 
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(Login Pigzpellet)
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Clubby ? nah......

September 6 2006, 8:58 PM 



"Thumper2"

 
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(Login CVanMeter)
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You always have to pull out that picture of that stock....

September 6 2006, 11:32 PM 

You always have to pull out that picture of that stock just to shut people up don't you haha. You could put any action in that stock and people would drewl over it.

Honestly, maybe it is just my opinion, but if there was a photo contest of the nicest airgun stock here on the forum, that would have to be top contender...

"If you can't find the answers your seeking, change your question"

 
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DJNA
(Login DJNA)
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My vote goes for the AA410erb in .22.

September 6 2006, 8:55 PM 

Its a great gun for the money, powerful,accurate, and quite + it has adjustable power.

 
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(Login morehops)
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Clclone for under $1000. Fast handling , points nicely

September 6 2006, 10:23 PM 

and deadly accurate. Oh, and the action is fantastic. The repeatable power settings are the trick.

Dave, Pgh

Celebrating 230 years of American Liberty.

 
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Todd in AZ
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I own a BSA Hornet, a Solo, and a Domin8or......

September 6 2006, 10:23 PM 

My vote would be for the Domin8or (Superswift's cousin), this rifle is pure fun. I have the Hornet (rifle version w/ non-detachable SAS mod) and it's way heavier than the Dommy. It's also more pellet finicky. Don't get me wrong, I love the rifle and don't plan on parting with it anytime soon but, if I had to choose, it'd be the Domin8or.

If the choice had been for a rifle under $600, it would be the Solo without any doubt. This rifle in an excellent buy, especially if you use the 10% off code at you know where (puts the rifle at about $540 delivered).

Todd in AZ

Daystate Harrier SE .177
Daystate Huntman II .22
Logun Solo .177
FX Domin8or .22
FX Timberwolf .22
FX Tarantula .22
AA 410E .22
Webly FX2000 .22
Career 707 .25
AF Talon .177/.20/.22
RWS 52 .177
More to come....

 
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Dano
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GAMO!

September 6 2006, 11:50 PM 

/dodges the shoe thrown by bmus by ducking.

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Shakaka!

 
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(Login pdmoerma)

Webley Venom Viper, because

September 7 2006, 1:02 AM 

that's the only pcp I've ever owned, and even that for less than a month! I think I'm a springer guy though, so may try to trade for an HW55 or an R11.

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(Login Trojan1994)
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Is that a .177 or .22 single shot?

September 7 2006, 1:17 AM 

FAC or 12FPE?

Regards,

Tony

 
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(Login pdmoerma)

.177, single shot, fac - recently

September 7 2006, 3:17 PM 

chronographed at 14 fpe using CPH's. Not sure if gauge on hand pump was correct, but it said 200 bar when I stopped pumping. whew!

 
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PegRider
(Login PegRider)
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I've got a Mac1 spec single-shot .22 Viper....They're solid rifles built on the Raider

September 7 2006, 10:33 AM 

platform, but with full shroud. They are pretty quiet for a 20fpe rifle and dead nuts accurate. Handling-wise, it's one of my favorite rifles....just shoulder well and "feels right".

Doesn't have all the bells and whistles of some of the fancier stuff, but definitely a solid performer...



"Silence is Golden!"

-PR

 
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