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    Herman, why did you use earwax to lube the hammer mech in a 100?

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    Q. Do airgun manufacturers read Airgunbbs, and if so, would they like to comment ?
    Look in the past, to see where we are today.

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    Just one question

    MPR Plastic trigger blade Why ????
    I reject reality and substitute it for my own little world.

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    Why can't you make the exact pellet more exact in weight and size?

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    Brocock; Why don't you do a Contour with a decent shot count? I'd buy one tomorrow.
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    AA MPR hates JSB and AA Pellets

    Why do some AA rifles hate AA pellets ? My MPR has serious issues with both JSB and AA pellets.

    The JSB Pellets are really hard to load into the breech and AA pellets are not as accurate for my rifle as H&N and RWS Eco

    Heidi
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    It may well have already been mentioned, so apologies if so, but...

    ... why don't manufacturers like AA and HW etc fit decent quality sling swivel studs to their guns as standard, especially when underlever's and breakbarrel's are concerned, instead we have to make do with heath robinson aftermarket jobbies that mark the lever and frequently slip and slide, and look crap too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luap View Post
    what is a tool for your star breach nut
    If you hang around the docks long enough, I am sure you can find a tool to fit your star breech nut. (Sorry, it was just too easy)

    SMK

    Why, just why?

    Hatsan

    Have you tried looking through the sights on your air rifle? The dots don't line up.

    Weirauch

    Why do you make all your stocks for people with clown hands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenwayjames View Post
    A well made springer would be a start.
    +1 that. A springer with a decent 2-stage trigger that doesn't kick like a mule and work its way loose in the stock.

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    AA Palm Shelf

    Air-Arms, why do you not make a standard palm shelf that is easily attachable to all AA sporting stocks?

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    Springer manufacturers, why don't you produce guns designed to be efficient at 11fpe for the UK and other 16J markets, instead of bodging a full power export model?

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    How can you charge 400 English sterling money pounds for a rifle that a guy in a shed can improve with 2 hours work???

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    Aa tx200

    Air Arms - why do we have to crank the cocking lever on the TX200 so hard to engage the sear and safety

    The number of threads by folk that have been caught out by this feature (untill they get the 'knack'), and failed to cock the rifle is rather surprising.

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    To the manufacturers of PCP's why the expensive extra soft air cushioned super springy recoil absorbing butt pads, use what is necessary and put the savings to a butt pad with a built in sling attachment.

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    Why does the magazine on a Daystate rifle stand proud of the action and protrude into the scope rail ? And why do they still produce their guns with this design ?
    Last edited by where's it gone; 04-10-2014 at 11:25 AM.
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