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AEAC Video – Weihrauch HW97K .177 – FULL REVIEW

Forums Springers, Pumpers, C02, & Replicas Springers, Pumpers, C02, & Replicas – Discussion AEAC Video – Weihrauch HW97K .177 – FULL REVIEW

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    AEAC
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    Have a great week everyone and if I can help with any questions, please do let me know!

    Steve

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    WVaMccoy
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    Great review my airgun brother. I cut my teeth on a springer when I was a kid about a hundred years ago. There is just something about em'. 

    It looked like that springer was dead on at 25. It wasn't bad at 50 either. Seems like a springer is almost always a follow through sensitive weapon.

    Great review!

    If you'll get some elecricians screwdrivers, the blade won't be so wide and they should fit down into the trigger guard for the adjustment. It may just make it easier to not mar the screw. Just a suggestion. Hell, I've done it myself.

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    Tarasdad
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    Another great review, Steve!

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    buckyusn
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    Great review and also great in-depth video on the AEAC VLOG.  Quick questions:  Was there any reason you chose .177 cal?  Would you hesitate to purchase this rifle in any of the other available calibers (like .20 or .22)?

    Thanks!

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    uglymike
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    Good review as usual. I wonder if that audible buuuzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz makes the DBs higher? A little TLC with some proper fitting spring guides, a judicious amount of "Magic Dust" sprinkled in all the right places. I just wanna give it a little luv and really make it shine!  

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    westplatte
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    Great review.  I really love the HW97, mine is also the blue, tuned to 11.8 ft/lbs .177 with 8.44 grain pellets.  Its my best shooting springer for sure.  My tune kit was the Vortec  PG3 steel tune kit, with some polishing as well.   No vibration noise at all, and standard deviation over 20 shots, after broke in, with 8.44 JSB is only 2 fps.  It will stack pellets all day long at 25 yards, and only opens a bit at 50.  There is a reason it's been an HFT champion platform.  LOL. Well done. Great review!!

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    rj.psenica
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    can you put this in the discussion area rather than the classified sections

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    Thorny
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    Air Arms TX200 or the Weihrauch HW97K, which one do you prefer?

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    Alphonse
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    Watched both your Vlog and this review – THANKS!   

    Steve, I recognize the amount of work this all takes and I thank you for that.  The Vlog video was outstanding in its content and presentation.  Both the reviews were very helpful to me in some decision making for a purchase I am in the midst of.  

     

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