i have a hw 80 .22 with a cs800 stock,silencer,nikko sterling platinum scopes.and a tx 200 177.standard stock,whitetail classic.scopes and silencer.only need one gun.which do i sell and which do i keep???.both in vgc.sorry mods won't let me add photo's yet.???.whats youre views please.
If you're hunting, keep the 80. Target the tx. That's what i would do
'Which one do I keep ?'
The HW 80, if tuned, all the better !
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Complicated by the fact you have a "target" stock on the 80 since not the best for a hunting gun.
If however, you still have a standard 80 stock and are not desperate for the money, keep them both since you have everything covered; hunting and targets! I have multiple examples of each and would find it difficult to choose only one model in a single calibre!
Go on; you know it makes sense and whichever you sell will cause regrets later!
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Keep the TX
Keep both, as they are certainly different enough guns to justify it!
As said - in theory, the .22 HW80 should be in a sporter stock, as the CS800 is quite a full-on target stock. If it was the .177 TX in a CS800, it would be a desirable target beast
If you must sell one, then keep the one you go-to and use the most! And obviously keep the scope that you like best.
Sell them both and buy a prosport.
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KEEP THEM BOTH
Short term you may feel that you've made the right decision, long term you WILL regret it. In fact, the fact that you're even having to ask tells me you'll probably regret it straight away.
Both lovely guns, both very different...don't do it!
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Sell the TX, buy a 177 or 20 cal barrel for the 80 and pick up a s/h standard stock if you want something for field use.
Have the rifle set up for 22, and if you fit 177 barrel it will be fine at 10.5 ish in the smaller cal
Best of both worlds then -
Sell the HW, obviously.
It's only a bloody pellet gun for Gods sake!
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