Please give me some ideas

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    REAPER0D
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    So, for the last few years my girlfriend has been looking at a bunch of different airguns.
    She’s been on the fence about either the Condor SS or the Talon SS but there are hiccups. The Condor is a little long for her liking.
    Though the Talon SS fits the bill though both are single shot and shes not fond of how to load them

    My thoughts are a bottle would be nice means more air for me and less fills for her meaning I carry the equipment with me as I would use it the most
    A magazine would be great but not a must, a different loading method would be a huge bonus.

    Is there anything out there, preferably a bottle gun in .22 that’s sub 6 pounds 7 (weight not muzzle energy) at most that is a repeater but not a bullpup.

    I floated the idea of a QB by her and she wasnt impressed but likes the look of the edge how its thin and “petite” if one will

    Price range is 2000 usd topps for gun and scope and whatever she wants to add or do to it.

    Energy and shot count arent important.

    We would mostly use it for paper but hunting is in the future when i get better and can walk

    any ideas at all are greatly appreciated. there are guns I don’t know exist she may like that come up often on the used marketplace for reasonable prices

    thanks in advance

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    spysir
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    Hard to find really light weight repeaters. Maybe the Brocock Contour .22 , 34.5″ long, weight 4.8 ( which sounds way light to me????).  Tammy has an AA410 she enjoy’s greatly.

     John

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    NeilClague
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    The Brocock Contour is a super little gun, I still have my single shot version, they are very light and good shooting guns but have a pretty low shot count. If you are looking for shot count you might look at the FX Verminator. I have the mark one version and love it, they are fairly small guns, not too heavy and very accurate. They have 2 air sources, a bottle at the back like the Condor and an air tube at the front, so they get a fantastic shot count. It also has a power selector with 3 different power settings, for back yard shooting i use it on low or medium. I only use high power when I stretch it out to 50 yards+.   You could also look at one of the BSA bottled guns, I have had nothing but good experiences with all of the BSA’s I have owned and have a contact who knows them inside out if they ever need working on. Good luck with the search, Neil.

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    KYAirgunner
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    I would suggest looking into the BSA r10.

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    ajshoots
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    What is your price range? That will narrow it down pretty quickly.

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    REAPER0D
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    Price is 2k tops for the entire setup, gun, scope, and whatever little trinkets or whatnot.

    I have considered a bsa superten for myself but for rite now this is for her.

    I think she said no to the contour already but i can run it by her and see what she thinks

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    tsp3355
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    BSA R10 (might be too long)
    Daystate Regal or Huntsman
    Used FX 400 (this would be my pick)

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    Neilh
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    Hi from uk.  A perfect 10 shot repeater for a smaller person is the bsa ultra. Compact and super light with the tactical stock. We have many of them here and as long as you’re ok with 30-40 shots per fill then you’ll be fine.  I have a couple of super tens and they’re far too heavy.  Bsa scorpion is also nice and light with the tactical stock and the shooting ability and accuracy of the r10. Only difference is scorpion self regulated while r10 has regulator fitted.  Other option might be air Arms 410 tdr.  This is a rifle which takes only a minute to put together and because it’s a take down rifle has not as much stock weight but performs perfectly.  Good luck. Neil 

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    chasdicapua
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    Find a used FX 400. Really light, 40″ length, three step power wheel, repeater.

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    TonyT
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    “chasdicapua”Find a used FX 400. Really light, 40″ length, three step power wheel, repeater.

    
That would also be my suggestion. I own a half dozen high end air rifles and the FX-400 will be the last to go.

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