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    Default My new S410 Xtra

    Ok. I've gone and spent the money.
    I'm now the proud owner of a AA S410 Extra FAC!

    Any advice or tips I should be aware of?

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    congrads

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    congrats!

    try not to get emotionally attached.........
    it's only a tool/toy and it will not love u back

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    What are you talking about! Mine purrrrrs like a kitten when I stroke the barrel and stock!!!


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    o-oh! too late.............

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    Congratz spyker.
    Walnut or Beech?
    Perhaps just go over it and make sure none of the screws are loose, had a few on my block and 8-clamp that were loose.

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    Urabus,
    The EV,Steyer and those funny looking goodies are tools. What Spyker got is a rifle. It looks like a rifle and shoots like a rifle.
    Avion,
    You can bet your bottom dollar that Jason made sure All the screws can come out and are now replaced with Lock Tite (spelling) or worse.

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    Hi gerrief

    Being a fellow Kemptonian I was wondering what club do you go to? And where does Jason have his shop (I am assuming he has a shop)?

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    Hi Chris, Avion, Refresh, Wolfflow,my daughter (Marguitte) and me all belong to Leeuwkop. We are from the East Rand. If you want to join the club contact Cobus Lewis. He is also on the forum. Apart from Pretoria and Wonderboom we are the only operational club in Gauteng. We have a tremendously nice course. The course builder and his helpers are sadist though, but they keep us going and in pratice. That is why we have more people going to the worlds than all the other clubs put together. So I suppose we have to be thankful.
    Jason's shop is just off the Ben Schoeman on the way to Kyalami. I don't know what the area is called but Jason will pick up on this and will direct you, no doubt.

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    Thanks a lot. Ignore the Chatbox entry

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    Also, Leeuwkop has just started running an HFT springer only class.

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    What scope and silencer did you get for the beast ?

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    I have a Bushnell Elite 4200 at the moment.
    Counting my pennies for a better scope and I dont think that's going to happen right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avion
    Congratz spyker.
    Walnut or Beech?
    Perhaps just go over it and make sure none of the screws are loose, had a few on my block and 8-clamp that were loose.

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    Beech. The first thing I did was go over the rifle to tighten any loose screws. I learned the hardway on my HW90 when I lost some of the stock screws. Loctite is your friend!!!

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    Hi Guys...

    I have some of these Leapers scopes just in...
    http://www.leapers.com/pages/new%20i...3-3124aomd.htm

    Keeping 2 for myself...best all-round hunting scopes period.


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