Psyched in Vermont

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    Andy
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    Thanks for all the expertise, fellow airgunners. Been reading alot of your posts and finally have the scratch to pull the trigger. Waiting for Tuesday to take advantage of the 20 percent off at Crossman to order a .22 Discovery/pump combo (If the deal’s still available, if not I’ll bite the bullet and get it anyway.) Just ordered a Hawke Airmax 3-9 x 40, FX no limit mounts (totally unnecessary and extravagant for my purposes, but what the heck!) and pellet pack from Straight Shooters. Annnnd,  a TKO moderator. So, psyched. If I was any more excited, there’d be two of me! There’s something about tools that fling things accurately that hits us deep down where we became human. At least that’s my explanation, because I can’t account for how fun this is otherwise. No questions, yet. And, not going to add anything you don’t already know. Just figured I’d spread the joy and anticipation around a little!

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    Oregun
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    Nice combo Andy …  you’ll dig your new set-up!!!

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    Andy
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    Thanks, Oregun. It’s my first PCP and it should be about the perfect partner for hiking/snowshoeing in the mountains. I’ll keep you posted!

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    chasdicapua
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    Congratulations Andy. PCP airguns are a blast. With the FX mounts you can use them to make major changes when zeroing your scope at longer distances. This will allow you to only make minor changes with the scope turrets and keep your scope in the middle of it’s adjustment range. Great weather coming up next week here in New England (I live in central Mass). Hope your gun comes soon. Have fun!!

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    dalejameson
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    I love my disco..its light ,very accurate and wait until you here the impact on a critter!
    Congratulations!!!

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    Yote
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    Yup bought a disco in December. JBS 18 gr and the crossman 14 gr  shoot about the same at 25 yards the JBS 18 gr takes over  at further ranges 50 yards. . I think you’ll be impressed with how your new toy shoots.  Ron western Mass.   PS Let us know how that TKO works out for you 

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    Andy
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    Thanks, guys! Can’t wait to get out there. Guess I’ll just miss snowshoe hare season, but i’ll have all summer to get dialed in for fall. Looking mostly for an easy carrying gun that I can use for roosted partridge, squirrel and snowshoe hare. I cover alot of miles and seems most of my opportunities are about thirty yards and I’m usually scouting deer so I hate to make a bunch of noise. Your comments are encouraging, thanks!

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