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Black Ops Tactical Sniper Rifle

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    BMTAirGunSniper
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    I'm looking to purchase a Black Ops Tactical Sniper Rifle, but can't find one. Anyone know where I can find one?

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    JimNM
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    Sounds like an airsoft product.  Nope, sorry. 

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    Dairyboy
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    https://www.americanairgunners.com/product/black-ops-tactical-sniper-gas-piston-air-rifle/

    Pyramyd air and Airgun Depot also have them but not in stock

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    It does look like an air soft gun

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    BMTAirGunSniper
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    ITS NOT AN AIRSOFT RIFLE

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    sonny
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    looks like a good deal.

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    JimNM
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    Ok, from the goofy name I made a bad assumption.  1000 pardons for not reading your mind.

     … Shoot it well. 

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    BMTAirGunSniper
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    Found company in NY that's going to order the guns I need and I can get them through him. He's supposed to get 3 in later this month.

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    Congrats. Tell us how it shoots.

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    shambozzie
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    The manufacturer claim the gun delivery .20" groups CTC @ 10 meters. Hmmmmm.

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    shambozzie

    The manufacturer claim the gun delivery .20" groups CTC @ 10 meters. Hmmmmm.

    Baha. … an Olympic grade rifle! Buy them all ;)

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    BMTAirGunSniper

    ITS NOT AN AIRSOFT RIFLE

    Nope, it's junk.  There are better rifles EVEN at that price point.

    Why would anyone need three of those?

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    ITS NOT AN AIRSOFT RIFLE

    Nope, it's junk.  There are better rifles EVEN at that price point.

    Why would anyone need three of those?

    Did he say he was getting 3?

    I'm betting its more about the look of the rifle??

     

    (Btw I agree with you!)

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    Simplyhooked
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    Personally, I'm not going to knock your choice of airguns but this one has been around for some time and based on what I know about a quality springer, I stand totally by the ones that are manufactured in Germany or England.  Looks can be deceiving but I doubt very seriously that it or anyone can shoot a group as been quoted at 10 meters, it's a break barrel and I would not take the gamble based on its looks. 

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    thom
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    BMTAirgunsniper, This is my first post on here after lurking awhile, but I wanted to tell you that I have a Black Ops rifle, as well as quite a few other .177 & .22 air rifles, mostly break-barrels, and my Black Ops is a very accurate, good shooting gun. It has the scope that came on it from the factory, and i can shoot very respectable groups with it. It was slightly used when I got it and the previous owner lost both of the caps that cover the adjustment screws on the scope. Otherwise, it looks like new. I have probably shot it 100 times. Some would say that it is not"broke in" yet, but I don't know how many times it had been fired before I got it. Probably not more than 100. I hope you like yours as much as I do mine.

    PS- You will need to learn, if you don't already know, how to use a modified version of the artillery hold  to shoot it with consistent accuracy. I say modified because of the bipods attached to the forestock of the rifle.

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