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    pcpgunman
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    Don’t know what to make about this teaser ad. If this is a semi-auto rifle then great, if this is their new budget line of guns people were writing about then not too impressive. They should have released a bullpup version of HW100 instead.

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    ComplyHunter
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    Agree with you, I refer the bullpup instead. I got a HW100 and that it for the rifle. From now on, will be bullpup. Why carry the long gun instead of the short and compact with the same power such as FX Impact.

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    pcpgunman
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    Based on Sniperqty and Teds review of the Impact, I think this may be the ultimate pcp one can buy for any kind of money. Just mind blowing genius work from FX. That company has no competition at this point.

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    hammerforged
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    If I am not mistaken unless PA gets them there will not be a trustworthy,  fair, or  ethical dealer to buy these from in US market 

    Too bad as I sorta like the package 

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    pcpgunman
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    Unless it is a semi auto action I don’t think it beats the esthetics of HW100. That is a classic gun, and I hope they continue to produce it. This image is making me nervous what I am looking at.

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    hammerforged
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    still way more traditional than the FX line styling and HW barrels can be quite good 

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    scrane
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    “hammerforged”If I am not mistaken unless PA gets them there will not be a trustworthy,  fair, or  ethical dealer to buy these from in US market 

    Too bad as I sorta like the package 

    
AoA also carries Weihrauch and has provided great service to many satisfied customers.

    It will be great to see a new Weihrauch PCP!
     

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    hammerforged
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    like I said sorta like the package ..I will keep hoping that JM or PA picks them up or just skip it…and there is the grey areas from Europe THEY ALWAYS MUCH CHEAPER ANYWAYS …EVEN WITH SHIPPING ….Don’t understand how that works out that way at all

    Wish we had cross border North America Options we can order out of Europe???? but not cross border from Canada that MAKES ZERO SENSE????   WTF  

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    MarkUK
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    Compared with my HW100TK, the barrel looks about 16″ and the action looks rather shorter.

    I hope the cylinders are lighter.

    “Fast Fire Action” suggests a completely new cocking mechanism. They’d be hard pressed to beat the one on the HW100.

    I trust Weihrauch, I’m sure this will be a great gun.

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    BRS
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    ‘Fast Fire’ does not mean ‘Auto’ or perhaps even ‘semi auto’ in this case as the sidelever remains, although it appears to have moved backwards somewhat (to be like many other PCPs). The whole action block seems shorter, which is good, but appears to stand very tall in the stock. The air cylinder ‘looks’ exactly the same – heavy, steel & inefficient !

    Was the safety catch positioned there on the HW100 ? (left hand side of the action block), it looks different to me !

    This rifle is intended for the US market, I think

     

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    Micbro
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    I think the selling point of this gun is the price. It’s £100 cheaper than the hw100 so if it shoots nearly as good, this rifle will be the best value pcp on the market.

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    scrane
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    “hammerforged”like I said sorta like the package ..I will keep hoping that JM or PA picks them up or just skip it…and there is the grey areas from Europe THEY ALWAYS MUCH CHEAPER ANYWAYS …EVEN WITH SHIPPING ….Don’t understand how that works out that way at all

    Wish we had cross border North America Options we can order out of Europe???? but not cross border from Canada that MAKES ZERO SENSE????   WTF  

    
Tom, Tom, Tom… Haven’t we been through this before?
     

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    hammerforged
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    “cross border North America Options we can order out of Europe???? but not cross border from Canada that MAKES ZERO SENSE???? ”

    so please enlighten me why does availability from Europe make sense and North America does not ??

    Somebody explain why that makes sense??

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    Blizzard
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    You want to discuss guns or dealer monopolies? :) They all do it if they can.

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    TonyT
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    Can we please stay on topic – ie the HW-110.
    I worked for a Fortune 500 company which sold in many countries. Our pricing for the same product differed greatly between countries. Contibuting to these differences in pricing were the short & long term exchange rate vs the dollar, local competition, local purchasing power, and local government regulations. These diffences are not confned to airguns and can be found in any product with international distribution – cars, cameras, etc.

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    hammerforged
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    look at breech finally a use for rings leapers ships with scopes 

    seems abit on tall side but comb on stock looks raised up so will have to see how they do in actual real world …..IF PA imports them 

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    Lou
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    Looks like a cheaper version of the HW100, would not expect this from Weihrauch, I expected their second pcp to be innovative or at least bring some things that the HW100 did not have.  

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    scrane
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    Well, I think its too early to critique a gun that hasn’t even been officially announced yet. I can see no downside to Weihrauch adding a modern and perhaps less expensive PCP to its lineup. If you don’t own a HW100, buy one. If you have one, keep it. 
    I can’t imagine “upgrading” my HW100, but I think there’s always room for another Weihrauch in this world.

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    Lou
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    I think when you bring something new into the market it should actually bring something ”new”. There are other brands that deal with cheaper rifles, I think high end manufacturers should stick to making high end stuff, innovative stuff like FX, Daystate etc. instead of bringing something new to the market Weihrauch is going down the cheap road and bringing out copies. I have owned weihrauch rifles for many years, I don’t think this fits with their quality and the way they used to do business. I am excited about every Weihrauch that they made so far, this one brings me 0 excitement, just my opinion.  

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