Reply To: From Springers to PCP's back to Springers
I’m with you, man. It’s Deja Vu all over again. Like you, I ran the gamut too. Now, nearing retirement, I’ve gained a restored infatuation with good quality springers. I’m not selling any of my guns. I love them all. But I’d still love to have a new springer. Just grab it and go. No hassle. No smoke. No noise. No tanks. No compressors. Just a tricked out springer and some pellets. Simplicity. Enough of a challenge to keep things interesting and rewarding. There’s a guy on this forum that has a magnificently beautiful, walnut stocked, mechanically tricked out Air Arms TX200 that has it driving tacks. Gosh would I love to duplicate his work on my own TX200!!!
Really enjoyed reading your post.