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For Sale, Wanted, Spotted / Re: Entry level air pistol
« Last post by GriffyGriff on September 26, 2017, 06:56:25 AM »
Hi, It depends what you are shooting.  Is this for plinking, serious Target Shooting, or both?  Also what is your budget?  Zorakiís are nice pistols, have varying power settings and can go out to 25m. General Co2 cartridge pistols donít have good rear sights (apart from Crossman 2240 & 1377 etc). Try looking here for reviews and ideas, then check out Youngs Airgun or TradeMe.  (
For Sale, Wanted, Spotted / Entry level air pistol
« Last post by Fordfalcon on September 23, 2017, 08:56:38 PM »
Looking to shoot 10mtr air pistol what's for sale out there

Members Reviews / Re: Gamo CFR IGT with a difference.
« Last post by Novagun on September 23, 2017, 05:03:18 AM »
I thought I had the trigger set up pretty well but then I changed the second stage screw for one about 1 mm thicker with a rounded end and the trigger is better. I hope it improves my score at the range

Now an odd thing;
i was shooting wad cutters at the range and I put one in back to front. I couldn't pick it out and didn't have a rod so I just shot it. Not much difference in accuracy shooting it back to front
For Sale, Wanted, Spotted / walther parrus .177 $350
« Last post by Air mag on September 17, 2017, 02:45:23 PM »
very good condition comes with Gamo scope and rings and silencer
front sight removed. comes with a bag too.
prefer pick up or meet in auckland. shpping extra
TAP over 18 only or with Fal if under 18
For Sale, Wanted, Spotted / 2240
« Last post by Hidayat on September 11, 2017, 12:55:45 PM »
Anyone got 2240/2250 cheap/unmodified for sale?
General Discussion / Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales ( 2017 )
« Last post by Vergy on September 06, 2017, 09:08:20 AM »
Finally, this movie got out online in a good quality to watch
Members Reviews / Re: Gamo CFR IGT with a difference.
« Last post by Novagun on September 04, 2017, 09:29:31 PM »
Got the Gamo CFR back again. This time I took the Gas Ram out of it and replaced it with a standard CFX spring. The rifle is a little bit twangy and that is noticeable after the gas ram. That might be because I made the rear spring guide just a little bit small. Maybe I'll get round to making another one.

Still shoots fairly well with JSBs and H&N but not too good with Baracudas. It seems to have changed its preference to RWS Superdomes and they are are not nearly as well formed as the other mentioned.
Trigger is about as good as I can get it. There is just a tiny bit of creep before let off. That limits the consistency of the shot cycle.
Power is a bit down on the gas ram but still enough to be useful and I still enjoy using it.
The test will be with the RWS pellets at the small bore range. Didn't take any last time I was there.

I am trying to make up my mind which is best, wire spring or gas spring. At the moment I am favouring wire spring but that might change. Wire is certainly no less accurate.

The Challenger is on the back shelf and can stay there for a while. Maybe I should try that with a wire spring.  I am starting to think that gas rams are not as good as I hoped they would be.

General Airgun Discussion / Re: Help Foster adaptor
« Last post by Wingman on August 30, 2017, 01:11:51 PM »

They are not cheap.. there are chinese cheapies but they are crap quality and use different threads. You need 1/8" X 28Tpi BSP
General Airgun Discussion / Help Foster adaptor
« Last post by Tony B on August 30, 2017, 11:50:14 AM »
Hi All I have just got my first pcp and huntsman and are filling off a dive tank with foster fitting connection. I have also just got a fx typhoon for the missus now i'm looking for a "Male Foster Quick Connect to Female 1/8" BSPP Fitting" I beleave tomake the fill prob fit the foster fitting. (fx prob is threaded)

I have found them on air guns of Arizona with a price tag of $25 and  $56 freight is there any where i can get them locally. I would not have thought they would be hard to find but I seem to be having allot of trouble.
Any one able to point me in the right direction?

Cheers Tony
For Sale, Wanted, Spotted / .50cal Dragon Slayer PCP
« Last post by Wingman on August 29, 2017, 08:35:30 AM »
These Pcps are well capable of taking even the largest NZ game and is loads of fun to shoot cans with too..

FAL needed for purchase. Selling on Behalf, If interested Ill put you in touch with the seller.
I am happy to do the repairs and service the O rings etc for the new owner.

These PCPs love .495 Hornady or Speer roundball, about  $15 a box of 100. 

It has a small but repairable crack in the stock fore end and a few marks also a broken part in cocking lever.

Fired at least 300 rnds

Comes with spare bolt probe o rings and a fill probe.


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