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    huben
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    Hello everyone, I am a Chinese, I like PCP very much. However, due to domestic restrictions, we can not contact the PCP, but when you are more than a certain thing, people will be more interested in.
    Today, I accidentally found this forum, I want to make friends with you, to learn from the knowledge of the PCP.
    We are Chinese usually their own DIY, including the gun, ammunition.
    If you have the opportunity to upload some pictures to everyone, look at our hands on ability!
    My English is very poor, I use the translation software, if there is a mistake in grammar, please forgive me!

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    plinker
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    Here is a good start.
    /topic/a-few-big-bore-pcp-projects/

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    fe7565
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    Welcome to the forum!  Your English is quite good…or you must have a good translation software :) 

    There are a lot of people here who DIY and/or have great experience…I am sure your questions will be answered.

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    iride
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    Not sure about the dollar and china dollar exchange,  Can you guys buy guns like a Cricket? a Mutant? or FX impact?  
    Just wondering here in the USA 1,500 dollars is a lot of money for a pellet gun, For a common person like me….
    I have some guns costing 1,750 $ plus scope 600 dollars , Tripods , LDCs and the cost for one gun reaches 2,500, dollars quite easy,
    Just wondering how you deal with the dollar exchange,
    I do buy some gun parts from China , DH gate and other places.
    Mike
     

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    huben
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    A dollar is about 6.3 RMB, we can buy imported cricket, lynx, ED, Condor and so on, but the price is very expensive.A bobcat in China imports can sell 40000RMB. But there are many small workshops will be copied, the proportion of 1:1. Price at around 8000RMB! I will not upload photos, or I can give you a look

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    zebra
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    I’d like to see a pic of a Chinese copy of a Bobcat. Does it have a different name?

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    huben
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    huben
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    How to upload a picture, not a picture link ?

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    fe7565
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    “huben”How to upload a picture, not a picture link ?

    
There is information here:

    https://www.airgunnation.com/topic/video-tutorials-how-to-make-the-forum-work-for-you-2/

    And here:

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    zebra
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    Funny! It looks the same apart from the rear of the stock. It even has “FX Bobcat” printed on it. I was expecting more of an attempt to pretend it wasn’t an exact copy and maybe a different name (like the “Bolex” watch my friend bought in Thailand). 

     

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    huben
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    Can you help me find the detailed drawing of STEYR-LG-110? Whether it is 3D, but also the CAD, I like this shape. Want to own DIY, thank you

    My E-mail:[email protected]

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    hasenpfeffer
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    “XFGun”… I love it!  And spelling “калибр” with an N and what looks like a lambda and a 6.  The Forgotten Weapons channel on YouTube has a couple videos about early 20th Century Chinese and more recent Afghan knockoff firearms.  The markings on some of them are bizarre and hilarious.  Glad to see Chinese airgunners are keeping the tradition alive. :)

     

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    hasenpfeffer
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    Here’s an example: a pistol made by hand with a very high level of metalworking skill, but by someone who didn’t really understand what they were copying.

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    iride
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    I just did the math at your import Cricket would be about 6,349 dollars.
    That’s an insane price,
    The import fees must be insane,
    Huben, I just think the internet is so cool being able to talk to other people in the world,
    I hope the internet is open to all China,,,
    Mike
     

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    huben
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    You know what? A low profile imported Audi Q7, sold in China 900000RMB. I do not know how much the price is in the United States, but I think this is a very crazy price!

    PCP in Chinese is prohibited from owning, prohibiting transportation, prohibition of making things (export restrictions on outside), with 2 PCP or more than 500 rounds of lead bullets can go to prison, so the merchants to Chinese in smuggling after PCP will raise prices, a price high enough to adventure!

    In this case, PCP enthusiasts will usually choose their own DIY, it will be much cheaper. The cost of a PCP is about 4000RMB! But because they do not have a professional machine, such as CNC. Works will have a lot of small problems, there is no attraction in the shape of the. We all seem to have the same PCP. So I came to this forum!!

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    zebra
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    “iride”I just did the math at your import Cricket would be about 6,349 dollars.
    That’s an insane price,
    The import fees must be insane,
    Huben, I just think the internet is so cool being able to talk to other people in the world,
    I hope the internet is open to all China,,,
    Mike
     

    
There was another Chinese member a few weeks ago who was telling us about the legal restrictions on air guns over there. If the translation was correct, he said they were all illegal to own which explains the huge mark-up on imports. It also explains the creative diy attempts as well as the not so cheap knock offs. 

    Other than the price and legal issues, it is kinda similar here in the firearms market. You can pay thousands of dollars for an original AR or build one for far less using generic receivers machined by a large number of small machine shops. 

    The other Chinese member also said that their internet access was restricted by the government so no google (or something). 

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    pbguns
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    “huben”You know what? A low profile imported Audi Q7, sold in China 900000RMB. I do not know how much the price is in the United States, but I think this is a very crazy price!

    PCP in Chinese is prohibited from owning, prohibiting transportation, prohibition of making things (export restrictions on outside), with 2 PCP or more than 500 rounds of lead bullets can go to prison, so the merchants to Chinese in smuggling after PCP will raise prices, a price high enough to adventure!

    In this case, PCP enthusiasts will usually choose their own DIY, it will be much cheaper. The cost of a PCP is about 4000RMB! But because they do not have a professional machine, such as CNC. Works will have a lot of small problems, there is no attraction in the shape of the. We all seem to have the same PCP. So I came to this forum!!

    
Q7s in the states cost  $55k-$65k (can be found a little cheaper) I convert that to be around 367,388RMB- 434,186RMB. 

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    zebra
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    What is the airgun in the top pic? I don’t recognize that bullpup. Is it a Chinese brand or a custom job?

    I kinda like the appearance. I particularly like the handguard that covers the air tube and barrel. I am trying to make something like that for my  Cricket to protect the anodized coating from getting scratched. I wish somebody sold cool tactical aftermarket accessories like that here. 

    The only handguards I could find are for firearms and they don’t fit the wide Cricket air cylinder without serious modifications….

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    huben
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    zebra
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    I see… It’s a fake Cricket with different furniture. It’s like a cross between a Cricket and Russia Air Rifles bullpups plus a handguard style shroud. I like the way it looks. 

    Why do they bother printing fake brand names on them if they aren’t going to make an exact copy?  

     

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