Anyone questioning RAW's accuracy consider these…..

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    tsp3355
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    Conditions were excellent with just a bit of variable right to left breeze. 48 yards is as far as I can go on my property without risking too much ire from the neighbors, but I wish I had more room because one hole groups at that range with this rifle aren’t really much of a challenge.  I really need to get to the range and see what this gun is capable of at 100 yards or more. Shot these groups at 48 yards using a cheap one piece rest. I consider myself to be an above average, but certainly not exceptional shooter.  The gun is a lot better than I am.

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    briansmith
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    Nice very.  I am limited to 25 yds in my back yard.  When I get groups that super at 25 yds I’m very pleased.  Nice shooting.  Brian

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    spysir
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    Nice shooting, even the group with the pulled shot, not to bad. I have seen about 15 different RAW rifles, various calibers and all shot very well indeed. Naturally they cant due to volume but it would be nice if the owner of every arigun company would personally fire what they sell.

     That .25 should print well at 100 but that’s when the shooter skill really shows up.

     Good fun, thanks.

    John

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    crosman2016
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    Wow.  That rivals my Savage .22 rifle!  How long has this Rapid Air Weapons been building air guns?

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    tsp3355
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    Directly from Martin’s web site”  “Rapid Air Weapons LLC was formed in 2006 as a supplier of  Precision Air Rifle components and accessories, today we manufacture, as well as supply high quality components and products for the shooting industry from our factory in Tennessee using the latest in CNC multi axis machines, our staff have over 40 years experience in manufacturing components for some of the top names in the business, from Dealers to Gun makers. We take our Rifle building extremely serious, from very early on parts are inspected at each stage to ensure they meet our expectations on quality. Throughout the building stages everything is hand inspected before being installed and assembled up into a finished rifle. Specialist tools and gauges check barrel alignment in relationship to the action and scope rail, if it doesn’t pass our strict tests it will not leave the factory, our reliability record is something to be proud of.  Having over 28 years manufacturing and design experience at Theoben our company CEO has the most experience in the business when it comes to Theoben Products, with this extensive knowledge gained over decades we are able to offer the great products we manufacture today,  Rapid Air Weapons has an impressive line of precision Air Rifles and products manufactured in the USA and an even more impressive collection of trophy’s and medals won by users.As well as the production Rifles and accessories we also offer custom services for those special requirements, from Special machining to repairs on your Rifles, we also offer contract machining from single pieces to 10,000 batch runs.”

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    CptMoonlight
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    What kind of setup do you have for your HM1000? What bipod, etc?

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    briansmith
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    I’m in Tn.  Wonder where they are?  Brian Smith

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    tsp3355
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    Moonlight – No bipod.  My HM is set up to shoot just under 40 FPE.  The barrel is 2″ shorter than normal per my request.  I requested that Martin tune the regulator for maximum accuracy between 35 and 40 FPE.  I did some minor tweaking of the hammer spring, but everything else is exactly as it came from the factory. Scope is an Optisan Viper 8-32. Pic of the rifle & a recent shot string below.

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    Areles40
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    I would like to see what group @ 100 yrds+ with 840 fps. 

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    Nutcracker
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    Awesome…

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    spysir
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     Brian,
    RAW is yet another reason I’ve tried to get you to a Field Target match, we shoot with Sandra and Martin at the GOB and Invicta clubs in Pulaski and Minor Hill ( RAW is in minor hill so I saved shipping!). Very friendly people, David Slade of airgunwerks runs Invicta, Brad Troyer on heck of a nice guy, great shooter and provides us all with  lot’s of National champions, who would never mention that fact  , people who work jn the airgun industy on a variety of levels, on and on. There must be 1,000 years of airgun knowledge available at the local TN shoots. I cant really shoot FT anymore but I still attend shoots and still learn a lot everytime, about shooting, who is coming out with what next, where to find ….. , advise tips, practical advice, deals, hamburgers..  The weather will be nice again soon, send me a PM sometime and I’ll pack what airguns I have in the car and your welcome to shoot them all.

    John

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    bowwild
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    My daughter’s family is in Clarksville, TN where I’m writing this post.  While I won’t be able to make it to Minor Hill today, on an upcoming visit I plan to (call ahead) visit RAW and see and hold these rifles for myself.  

    I’d like to see one under 45″ that would be less than 8 pounds in .22 or .25.

    I don’t know if that is doable or not.

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    CptMoonlight
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    You have a beautiful weapon!

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