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    Savage! I love it!

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    WoW! Amazing!  I nearly got one of these AAA Slayers once.  I hope they will come down in price sometimes.

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    Okay, I should try this full auto thing soon!

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    Great shooting!  You ever use the full auto on the gun in a hunting situation yet?

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    I settled on the Huben.  I tried the LCS's trigger but did not like it at all. Plus, I did not want to pay the $ for the full auto that I would never use.  

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    Nice! I've been looking for a .177 for a long time.  Maybe I'll get one now!

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    Thanks Wilson, Ivan, Jammin, & Randy, Glad you guys liked it!

    Wilson- The set up it going to be great! I'm working out the kinks now.

    Ivan- Yes, Starling are my favorite bird to shoot, especially on High Power.  

    Jammin- That's crazy!  These hammerless semi-Auto are going to catch on now.  They are great guns! Many more makers are going to using a version of this system.

    Randy- Thats great!  can't wait until I see your footage! Post it here.

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    I know if my R5M had the issue I'd be pissed. I wouldn't be happy paying that money for the cocking to have issues with indexing. Like Joe I haven't experienced it in the 3 I've owned but know that it must be a thing if both Derrick and Mike have experienced it. What's the reason behind it? Idk I can't say.

    Okay. This happened to me recently.  When you take it apart, you have to cock it first.  If you do not cock it first, and take the back 4mm screw out first, then pull it back, the gun will jam, or get stuck.  If this happens there is a chance the indexing arm will get slightly bent.  When this happens it will not hit the groove in the magazine and spin the mag.  Just take that part off and (gently) flatten the arm out straight.  Easy.  

     

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    Leshiy 2, Dealta Wolf, AeA Element

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    Wow! Nice 27th Woodchuck, of the year!  Wish I could do that!

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    Centercut, 8thman, Douger,

    Thanks for watching guys!  Yea, 60fpe has some advantages.  

    Douger, from a 240bar fill I get one magazine.  From a 350bar fill (max capacity) I get 50 shots,  approximately.

    Motorhead,  I speak to every farmer about this.  Most of the farmers actually don't care about the old silos and could care less about a few holes in the old silos that have been out of commission for 40years.  I stay far away from all buildings being used. Some farmers ask me to use only the lowest power possible, which I use a 15fpe airgun. Huben will definitely not make it to those farms.  Appreciate you looking out for those farmers.  You think I should show the shots I passed on? Video would be boring and 4x longer.

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    All depends on your target.  Smaller the target higher magnification you need.  A Pigeon at 100yards is best around 15-20 for me.  Coyote or hog 6-10x is fine.

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Nice!  I LOVR THE Tiapan stock, plus TWO black squirrels!  Great shooting!

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    P15 or Ataman I would think.  Women tend to like them small and light (with airguns). They also like them to be able to shoot for long periods without stopping (or refilling).  Also when women handle the cocking levers, they like it to be smooth and nicely lubed.

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    Have you replaced the breech seal? I also know both @davidsng and @zx10wall put something behind the breech seal like a thin plastic washer to fix this. 

    I did that for a little while, then just got a slightly thicker o-ring. Now it works fine.  Sometimes the o-ring will flatten out.  It look fine when you examine it, but it is flat and let air escape.  I have a dozen on hand and replace them about once or twice a year.   

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    Great info!  Glad you let everyone know about your experience. Thanks! +1

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    No clue yet.  I assume it is the same.  If it was a new twist there would be more hype about it,

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    Cold weather drastically effects all my regulated guns.  Only one is only minimally effected. That is my Lelya.  I am now looking for a cold weather gun for just this reason.   

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    Krale, Airgun Heaven, and edgun.shop all have been great.  Just have to call you bank let them know you buying from them. Sometimes there are extra fees when you transfer from dollars to Euro. If that happens, call them and ask if there is a way you can purchase in only US dollars.  Often there is a way to do it.

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