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    Spider92
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    Bruce54
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    Ok, you found it. What is it and why did you post no info?

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    orion
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    Maybe you rushed the post? It looks like a work in progress….

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    cosmic
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    Air Arms Full Auto 25 cal

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    Marcuz
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    Hepotter
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    Large caliber, full auto, high FPE, pcp's are going to attract attention from people who work for Fed. agencies whose name consists of all initials!

    If we want to avoid laws restricting our sport, then some restraint has to be shown.  Remember the "bumpfire" incident?  That hit a lot of nerves, followed by a full ban on ownership and production, and now we are slowly snaking our way towards unwanted attention from people in charge that like to control what other people do!

    No one has a reasonable use for a large caliber, full auto pcp…powerful enough to seriously injure, or even kill, someone by accident, or on purpose.  

    All it takes is for the wrong person to get his hands on such gear, then we will all suffer the consequences!  

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    orion
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    I think this post should be deleted. It doesn't provide any value, can this be done?

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    DirtyDovi
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    I live in Nazi New York where King Cuomo would ban this in a heartbeat..
    Just like he's 'illegally' trying to ban just about everything firearm related via his unconstitutional "SAFE act / SAFE act 2"

    So far – Air rifles are not regulated by the ATF,  so I've taken full advantage of that so far..

    While I love to see things like this – On the flip side – People are probably right..  It's going to attract the wrong kind of attention.

    I'll even elaborate..

    On Youtube,  "22 Plinkster" did a video a while back showing a fully auto drum fed air rifle..  It was pretty sweet.

    Fast forward to like a month or so ago..

    I see a vid pop up on my YT feed that claimed airguns / pellet guns were used in the Las Vegas shooting..

    More unfounded claims.  And the person who made the video put 22Plinkster's video on screen, 
    and showed everyone what air rifles were capable of now a days..  

    I couldn't even begin to describe how hot my blood got..  My rage-o-meter was definitely pegged..

    Sam –

     

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    Spider92
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    IWA March, 2019.

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    Spider92
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    It seems like people don't like it but according to the manufacturer, it will appear at IWA march 2019 in Germany.

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    Steyr
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    some huben k1 features there – revolver like loading – is it hammerless system?

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    Spider92
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    There is a problem with the trigger system, everyone who looks carefully will recognize it, hoping it will be fixed before the launch. I have said this to the manufacturer but they have no feedback. I firmly believe that no one can accept that trigger system.

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    Spider92
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    Thanks for the red dot from a certain guy! I think you will be really dangerous when owning guns, especially guns in this post.

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    toku58
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    I wonder how long before Airguns start drawing the attention of the FEDs?

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    Springrrrr
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    Hepotter gets it and is correct in his writings.

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    Liam
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    I am 99% sure that this is a direct clone of the Huben K1. All the controls are identical except for the addition of "full auto".

    Also, it shares the same design of the barrel guard as the one in this video. Very odd. It's a cool gun though.

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    Spider92
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    This is another semi/full automatic product designed by a Vietnamese person (about 7-8 years ago).

     

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