Anyone remember these can you still get them? or dose anyone still have and use one? were they any good and were they 12lbs or fac? remember reading about one years back in a mag but cannot remember if they took off???? i have never herd of one coming up for sale
There is the Gamo Viper Express!
The problem with Air shotguns in the UK is that the power limt of 12fpe applies to the sum of all the shot, not each indivdual one.
I liked the bit at the end of the video where he gave it "two thumbs up". The way he was loading it without holding the barrel he won't have two thumbs for long
Showing the loading port while the gun was cocked, the barrel was almost under his chin, it had had gone off it would have knocked his jaw out of the top of his head.
That's probably the worst advert for gun safety I've seen.
Yer but not the type i remember reading about the ones i read about looked like PCP falcon actions with different size shells you could reload think they must have been took of the market????
If you have to insert a sleeve into the breech to take a pellet, the bore, (smooth?) must be greater than .22, so how can it be accurate?
The ox is slow, but the earth is patient.
I'm presuming that part of the cartridge leaves the barrel with the "shot" and whats left is the same diametre as the barrel. the sleeve for the single pellet would be just that, a .22 diametre sleeve that fits seamlessly in to the recess.
Don't really know, just my take on it.
i remember that, it was in an advert in one of the gun mags, about 12 yrs ago, never saw it, i think it was a small firm that dident make it! i brought a career instead!
Crosman did a conversion a while back that would allow (i think it was three) steel bb's to be fired at a time through a co2 gun - not very good, each bb was doing about 3 ft lbs & accuracy was even worse!!!
It was not the best idea