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    Dcorvino
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    Hi
    I came across this today, it’s the Jäger airrifle available in 22 30 and 357
    it looks a lot like the wolf Airgun displayed at Shot Show.
    The rifle at Shot Show was well balanced and shouldered great.
    The rifle is a side lever repeater, R&L is selling them
    Dave 

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    Dcorvino
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    Here is a photo 

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    TKA87
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    Still no photo

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    sniperlabyo
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    Had the chance to review the rifle last year,

    didnt have a reg back then, and recommend they put one in, but still manage 1/2″ group at 50y, vary well made rifle and one of the best stock I seen. Side lever can be switch left or right. 

    Post photos later 

     

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    tsakula
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    are these regulated rifles?

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    sniperlabyo
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    It wasn’t when I review the .25 & .22 last year? Ask RL air guns if update with a regulator !

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    NMshooter
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    The .22 caliber is just over 6 lbs. The site did not indicate if it was regulated and doesn’t list the cost of extra magazines. Very nice looking rifle. 

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    tsakula
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    ernest how accurate are they? as i know barrel is not choked

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    TopAirMan
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    They are NOT regulated yet.  Sure hope they change their mind about that!

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    dodge3500
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    They do look very nice but man for what they cost without a regulator seems high to me.

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    tsakula
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    how accurate are they people?

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    TopAirMan
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    “dodge3500”They do look very nice but man for what they cost without a regulator seems high to me.

    
They are a bunch less $$$ and have much more power than the Daystate Regal which isn’t regulated either!  And how about the AirArms PCPs?  About the same price with less power and NO regulator.  I think the Jagers are priced pretty well considering what else is available.

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    NMshooter
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    TopAirMan makes a great point. You might want to talk with R & L as they sell regulators for the JHKhan rifles for $75.00. 

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    NoMan
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    Great looking guns although I wish the shroud was full length.

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    TopAirMan
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    “NoMan”Great looking guns although I wish the shroud was full length.

    
I may just buy one so that I can prototype a “proper” shroud for it.  Why they stopped half way is beyond my imagination!

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    dodge3500
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    TopAirMan

    “dodge3500”They do look very nice but man for what they cost without a regulator seems high to me.

    
They are a bunch less $$$ and have much more power than the Daystate Regal which isn’t regulated either!  And how about the AirArms PCPs?  About the same price with less power and NO regulator.  I think the Jagers are priced pretty well considering what else is available.

    I’m just getting old and stubborn:), once an air gun breaks the 1k mark gotta have a regulator for me to drop the cash on it.I do like the looks of it them and I like the airarms too but the no regulator part just kills me but do not let my opinion sway you from one,if you like them go for it.:)

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    BibBoreJack
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    Others have them for less under a different brand name for like $875 shipped. Just look around.

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    tsakula
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    “BibBoreJack”Others have them for less under a different brand name for like $875 shipped. Just look around.

    
which one? i dont think so

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    TopAirMan
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    “BibBoreJack”Others have them for less under a different brand name for like $875 shipped. Just look around.

    
SHOW US!

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    jorgemac
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    Why not in .25 caliber?

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