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    I wonder if...

    ...This will make it the UK - and if the accuracy issues have been addressed.
    If so, I can feel a purchase coming on...

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    I thought that might be right up your street, Craigy.
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    Looks very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyL View Post
    I thought that might be right up your street, Craigy.
    It'll be one of these or the RAW Micro Hunter, mate. Tried one of those Epic Two's the other week as I was pretty sold on that - but the accuracy wasn't there. The RAW on the other hand was stacking pellets
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    I likes it .and the others too

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    If they have used the same feed mechanism for the 5 shot as they use in the LP50 pistol, it's regulated, and the trigger is up to Steyrs usual standard I'd be in the queue for one
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    Quote Originally Posted by clipper View Post
    If they have used the same feed mechanism for the 5 shot as they use in the LP50 pistol, it's regulated, and the trigger is up to Steyrs usual standard I'd be in the queue for one
    I would have thought it would use the same reg as in the H5 as the build looks very similar.
    The trigger on my H5 Scout - and on every other H5 I've tried has been fantastic.
    Looks like you'll be in the queue...
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    Er where do you break the barrel or find the underlever?

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    Does look interesting, good find Craig
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    look no hands is online now Even better looking than a HW35
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    Do they do a walnut version 🤔
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    Quote Originally Posted by look no hands View Post
    Do they do a walnut version 🤔
    Yep - the H5 and the Scout come in Walnut variations.
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    Any idea of price ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynB View Post
    Any idea of price ?
    Not a clue I'm afraid - going off the price of a new H5, it'll be well into the two grand range I'd expect...
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    Very nice, but knowing how much Steyrs cost it will likely be above what I can justify for an airgun...maybe��.
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    I'm amazed they are doing two versions of the same gun, with just the mag count.. why would anyone buy the 5 rather than 10 ? And the costs of producing the different models.. I don't get it...?
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