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    Went online last night to place an order with BAR. Someone at BAR served in the armed forces. Orders to South Africa require us to e-mail them first. 3 guesses what is not on the website. Anyone out there got their e-mail address?
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    What
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    ?
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    sales@airgunbuyer.com for orders. You don't need to order via email, you can do it online with your credit card. They just tell you that to be safe. For info you can speak to Lloyd at BAR (lloyd.schober@btconnect.com)
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    I also just ordered and received my goods promptly.
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    andrea-c@btconnect.com
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    andrea-c@btconnect.com - this is the one I used and she did reply Adrian.
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    Adrian,
    Interested in splitting the air freight perhaps?
    I'm keen on getting an upgrade by V-MACH tuning my BSA Lightning XL (FAC) - I just need some convincing.......CAN ANYONE PLEASE TRY CONVINCE ME THAT THIS IS WORTH IT???
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    It is worth it, v-mach kits transforms rifles. I have one fitted to my TX200HC and it is great!!!
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    Ask Andrew and Guido, they have kits fitted to their Lightnings.
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    Andrew just picked up his XL from me this afternoon after I Venomized it...ask him to report back...

    On the TX200 they don't make much difference.
    On the BSAs the diff is HUGE.
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    Guido, and a HW97k?
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    Hi Boertjie, i've got one installed in my 97K, havn't shot it too much as waiting to get a new scope, but it definately does makes a huge difference. Completely removes the spring "twang" and overall just feel much more pleasant to shoot. Although it's ended up costing me something like R1600 in the end for it, and i really don't know if its worth that much to be perfectly honest.
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    HW97K takes very well to tuning since out of the box it is not as smooth as a TX200.
    R1600 seems a bit steep for a V-Mach kit...more like 1200-1300
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    Hi Guido, I had to pay the bank to transfer the money to an english bank and that added an extra 200 odd rand on to the total cost.

    But according to the website you only have to do direct deposit for your first with BAR, after that you can pay with a credit card which should eliminate this cost. Something to bare in mind for new customers.
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    I believe I'm nearly convinced - I have Guido's input and I have just emailed Andrew for the final nail in my financial coffin. So a CC payment to BAR is probably the best way to go - will keep that in mind.
    I haven't heard any comments on Titan XS springs - I'm pretty logical so their whole sales talk about the best Swedish steel coated with PTFE makes sense to me. Comments?
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