Raw HM1000X .357, .30 and .25 In Walnut Thumbhole stocks

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    hunterroark
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    Some pictures that I have promised of my 3 RAW HM1000X’s.  Hope you all enjoy the photo’s as much as I enjoy the HM1000X’x. 
    Thanks Martin for turning me on to an incredible rifle and having such awesome customer service!  
    Cheers mate-  Hunter

    .357 Steel 500 cc bottle. Aeon 8-32 Mill Dot







    .30  Carbon Fiber 480cc Aeon 8-32 Mill Dot





    .25 Carbon Fiber 480 cc bottle, Aeon 8-32 not mounted




     

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    ajshoots
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    Beautiful guns Hunter!!

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    30cal
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    Those are beautiful Hunter! Thanks for finally posting photos! :-D The 30 must be the newest judging by the picatinny rail. I like that you had your name put on the .25 wish I would have known about that option. So do you have a favorite? I just got an Aeon 8-32×50 also but I got the target dot reticle.

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    hunterroark
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    30cal-
    I do not have a favorite of the 3. The inscription of my name is not a RAW offered option. The  photo’s of the .357 are from August of 14. The .30 and .25 are from today.
    Just incredible air guns!  Thanks-Hunter

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    CampFussell
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    Thanks for posting Hunter. They are incredibly beautiful 😉

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    NMshooter
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    Beautiful. When I received my Cricket carbine, I left it out on my Cadwell rest for 2 days just to look at. LOL! I think I would leave them out for at least a week! 
    Nice ones.

    Doc

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    hunterroark
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    Thanks Jimmy. An Impact is next I think.

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    hunterroark
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    Doc- they are beautiful. thanks  Hunter

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    Gundog
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    Very nice!!

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    mister12ax7
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    That’s a beautiful collection!

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    fe7565
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    Beautiful…they look like they are all business!

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    spysir
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     Nice! Personally I like the extra engraving on your .25, and I “need” a .30 myself. Working with Martin & family really does change the airgun experience for the better.
    Look forward to some shooting posts down the road.

    John

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    manabeknives
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    Hunter,
    I can understand your love for these rifles.  Not only are they incredibly accurate, Martin also uses a high grade walnut to make all of his stocks!  They are truly works of art.
    A little jealous of the  inscription on your .25…..wish I had something like that on my .22 Rapid!
    Great looking collection Hunter
    Thanks for posting those beauties
    Mike

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    FredSG
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    Very nice RAWs – would you comment on the accuracy of the .30 caliber Raw?  I have a .30 caliber on order, but keep thinking for my hunting raccoons, fox and coyotes, I’d be better off with the .357.  Any opinion since you have both calibers? 

    Thanks,

    FredSG

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    hunterroark
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    Fred- First off thank you and everyone that has replied, it’s appreciated.
    I have owned many air guns from many different manufactures and have come to a conclusion for my purpose and use. The Rapid format by Theoben and RAW- (Martin) is second to none for me.

    The .30 is all you will need with proper shot placement. I have an issue that has caused my shooting ability to suffer but, I can still shoot a 3/4″-1″ group at 100 yards with no problem. I was able to shoot 3/8″-1/2″ groups at 50 yards with all 3 calibers after just a few dial in shots (after scope was mounted). As you can see I have a thing for Aeon Scopes, 8-32 x 50 mil dot. I find them inexpensive, great warranty and very effective. I use only one brand of ammo JSB after 1000’s of shots with other brands/types.  All 3 guns are set up the same. It’s just easier for me and my situation. 

    Another quick note. color code the different calibers in respected tins like Beeman does upon receipt. Its a Bitch when you get out in the field and have a .30 RAW but, you grab .25 ammo              lol

    Cheers  Hunter

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    FredSG
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    Hunter,

    Thanks for your reply.  I spoke to Martin at RAW and confirmed my order for the .30 caliber Raw.  Now, I just have to wait for the time to pass!  No easy task!

    FredSG

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    lbeckwith
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    Hunter,

    Beautiful pieces!!!  I currently have a .357 on order with Martin.  Question…where did you get the bottle cover for your 500cc carbon fiber tank?

    Thanks!!!

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    What type of barrels do they use ?

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    Also on the RAW website I couldn’t find a .25 hm 1000x with a thumbhole stock. Are they regulated?

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    hsnmz
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    I wish there was a version of these lighter in weight.

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