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    peole
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    Wager
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    I really like the look of it! I almost regret putting money down on a huben, but I really like the fpe output.

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    peole
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    “Wager”I really like the look of it! I almost regret putting money down on a huben, but I really like the fpe output.

    
Don’t regret. Can’t beat the king:)

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    guod123
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    Looks impressive, I’m guessing 14″ LOP it also looks like the scope rail is sitting a little too close to the butt pad. The Cricket is 10 5/8″ from the buttpad and extends to 19 1/2″ I’m on the last notch in the front and scope ring is 1/2″ from the turret.

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    tsakula
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    looks beutiful

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    Navnesen
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    Wow, it looks absolutely terrible! The AA Galahad looks amazing compared to this super soaker.

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    Absolutely hideous. Is it me or does the front rail section on the bottom of the fore stock not look level with the barrel?

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    Slayerious
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    Yes, the rail indeed looks to be way too close to the buttpad :O

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    zebra
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    Erghhhhh. Groundhog Day. Every time a new bullpup comes out….. 

    I’m happy to see two things in particular on this gun. First, it looks like Hatsan has finally made a new PCP gun that isn’t just an AT44 or BT65 in a different dress. Second, that someone is finally trying to design a bottle gun that doesn’t just have the bottle poking nakedly out of the front of the rifle. It never looks good when they just chop the front off the stock of a tube gun to make the bottle “fit”. 

    Some things I’m not that happy to see are: the heavy steel bottle. CF bottles really aren’t that expensive and those steel bottles ruin the feel of many air guns. The other is the traditional low capacity revolver mag – ruining the potential of semi auto air guns everywhere. 

    The thing about  semi auto is that if you buy one, you probably care about rapid firing a bunch of pellets quickly. That’s not as much fun if you have to reload every 10-14 shots. So far only Air Ordnance has come up with an actual high capacity air gun mag. For that reason, if rapid fire was my goal, I might check them out. 

    I’ll reserve judgement for now though because maybe they could make evanix style double mags and I like bullpups more than ice cream. 

     

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    Auronotcs
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    Dang. MSRP is $1400ish. Hopefully its a good one. 

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