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Thread: Chronied the HW77

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    710 ft/s with 14.3 gr pellets = just over 16 ft/lbs
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    Is that a 4.5mm or 5mm HW77 and what pellets did you use if it was a 4.5mm?
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    Farmer se geweer is 5,5mm. Glad nie sleg vir die swaar pellets nie.
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    impressive stats!!

    Question for the HW gurus. Which is the better break barrel rifle - HW90 or HW95. Is the difference purely related to power?
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    The HW90 is a gas ram rifle and the HW95 a springer based on the same action as the HW97 if I am not mistaken.
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    Grey the HW95 was made for guys looking for a lighter "full power" sporter (12fpe in the UK). It doesnt really make sense to by a 4+kg gun that was made for 16+fpe (HW80) so they bought out HW95. Both would be great to own
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    Absolutely, both beautiful rifles. If I had to choose any weihrauch, I would go for the ... HW97........ one day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey View Post
    Absolutely, both beautiful rifles. If I had to choose any weihrauch, I would go for the ... HW97........ one day
    plus Steve Pope's magic touch
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    Must say, the HW57 is also one of my favourites.
    Only used it once before and was blown away by the accuracy. It was almost to easy to shoot ragged one hole groupings.

    I wouldn't mind having a HW57 or a HW80, but my wife will really bliksem me if I spend any more money on toys. I still have the BSA lying at home and I don't even get a chance to shoot with it, not to mention all the other "project" guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YANNIS View Post
    plus Steve Pope's magic touch

    What is his magic touch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parrot View Post
    What is his magic touch?
    v-glide
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    Sorry for asking, but what is this v-glide?
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    The most amazing kit you can fit in a springer. You cannot describe the difference. Pricy, but worth every cent.
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    Farmer, that's impressive, but the big Q is how consistant were the shot strings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrianv View Post
    The most amazing kit you can fit in a springer. You cannot describe the difference. Pricy, but worth every cent.
    What difference does it make? What does it cost and where can you find it?
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