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    hi all,

    i want to introduce myself. My name is Chris, I live in Jakarta, Indonesia (Asia). I tried to join the forum to add my knowledge about airguns.

    I have 2 pieces of airguns, both made ​​in Indonesia.

    the first one is air rifle cal 0.177 multi-pump



    the second one is air rifle cal 0.177 PCP (with built-in pump)



    hopefully I can get something by joining this forum.

    regards,
    chris
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    Welcome to the forum, interesting rifles you have there!
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    Hiya and welcome.

    If Walrus ever comes to Indonesia, do not let him into your home!
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    We only travel between SA,Columbia and Jamaica Blud.You should know that by now
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    Welcome to the forum
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    Welcome. Interesting rifles
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    Welcome

    Tell more about your rifles. Who made them, power spec and so on...
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    hi all, thanks for the warm hospitality.

    Most of airguns in here (Indonesia) don't have brand name. Only a few is a really airgun-smith industry, the others are home industry. Both of my air rifles are from home industry, they are cheap.

    the first is a copy from "sharp ace" (japan), multi pneumatic pump. You have to pump it up to 10 times, and can shoot 8.3 grain 0.177 cal pellets up to 800fps.



    the second is a PCP air rifle with built-in pump (Just like FX independence), in Indonesia they are known with name "gejluk". It means "shake it hard" or "push into bottom". Because it descript the way you pump the rifle. You can pump up to 300-500 strokes to make 15-20 shots (depends on hammer spring power), You can pull hammer spring power from level 1 up to level 5. The more level you pick, the more power you get and the more air pressure consume.
    this rifle can shoot up to 1000fps with 8.3 grain 0.177 cal pellets.




    Here is the video how to pumps this type of air rifle:



    some one has already given a good example.

    i just a newbie that still need guidance and information.

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    chris
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    Quote Originally Posted by kartawinata View Post
    It means "shake it hard" or "push into bottom".

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    Quote Originally Posted by kartawinata View Post
    You can pump up to 300-500 strokes to make 15-20 shots (depends on hammer spring.
    Yo! You must have arms like an Olympic powerlifter.

    I like the sleek lines of the rifles though.
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    "push into bottom".
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    THESE BOERKIES GAAN DAAI GOED BREEK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt. Oblivious View Post
    yes, sometimes the names makes me laugh too. as you can see in the video. that is mean of "gejluk" it is Javanese dialect.
    sometimes in here, we are make dirty jokes regarding "gejluk"
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    Quote Originally Posted by DSF View Post
    Yo! You must have arms like an Olympic powerlifter.

    I like the sleek lines of the rifles though.
    yeah and not,
    usually every 50 strokes we take a break, otherwise the pump will get heat.
    first 200 strokes is not heavy, after that we need more strokes to push into bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marinus View Post
    "push into bottom".
    yeap, here is another video:



    this video is tutorial how to strokes the pump and how to select the hammer spring. on the video, some one using bahasa Indonesia language. so just watch the movie.

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