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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsnlandies View Post
    I'm not so sure that have learnt by their mistakes. I bought the mk2 Breaker bullpup and within a week it had seal problems. It was sent back and returned fixed within the week. A month later I sat drinking coffee when a big bang followed by a rush of air and a burst disc had blown. The rifle was filled to a 190 bar as I was already aware of not going to the recommended 200 bar because of this problem. Although I bought mine almost a year ago, reports of problems are still pretty much on going.
    It's a shame as their line up has nice looking things, but for me they are not reliable enough.
    Crikey that's a bit of a nightmare mate. By the sounds of it the bullpups are best avoided then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldinio View Post
    Crikey that's a bit of a nightmare mate. By the sounds of it the bullpups are best avoided then.
    Not really. Like everything in life you get the good and the bad ones. I know of a club member who sent his £1,000+ rifle back to the manufacturer four times before they got it right. Would I buy another KRAL rifle? Yes!

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    Since getting the bug and being allowed to join Rivington I have spent thousands!
    Will i take my midnight to outddoor range- NO!
    However the Artemis is just amazing!

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    Is that you John?
    Yes, the Kral NPO2 is a fine and trustworthy gun, particularly for the money. It is unfortunate however that we still find the odd specimen that lets the side down. However, all of the guns that I am aware of have been truly great value and have been reliable thus far. I witnessed that Jones bloke shoot three Polos at 47 yards with his .22 NP02 using his first magazine, although, remember, he isn't human.
    I also enjoy using mine, although since I put a Night sight on it it is saved for winter rat shooting, at which it excels might I add.
    In my opinion, the gun represents truly good value for money. I have to say that I have also been impressed with the Fartandmiss M16 that a few of my clubmates have recently purchased as well though. Shooting Ian's yesterday I was genuinely impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amac View Post
    Is that you John?


    Andy
    " Dont tell him John !"


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    Quote Originally Posted by I. J. View Post
    " Dont tell him John !"

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    ---- off Jones.
    Member, the Feinwerkbau Sport appreciation Society (over 50's chapter)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amac View Post
    ---- off Jones.
    Ive had worse, and from nuns too !

    And him a reputable author from the north as well.

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    Puncher pro 500

    I have just purchased a puncher pro 500 In 177 , gun feels great in the hand Very accurate , hammer spring is a tad noisier than top of the line guns but I fitted an a-tec wave silencer on it and took the crack ,

    I moved from an aa s410 and honestly donít regret it at all really pleased so far
    airarms s410
    baikal o/u 12g m/c

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    😂

    Quote Originally Posted by I. J. View Post
    " Dont tell him John !"

    Don't tell him Pike!
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    ok, I admit it, I've got a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1shot1kill View Post
    Don't tell him Pike!
    J.
    10 days later - and just think, his teachers used to say he was slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I. J. View Post
    10 days later - and just think, his teachers used to say he was slow.
    No, the teachers used to say I was special! It was even a special school!
    J
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    i like the look of the brocock bantem

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