Springers and gas ram rifles. How many do you have?

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    Elgreco
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    Hey folks, new to the forum. I own a Beeman R7, a Ruger Impact max Elite, a RWS 34 , and a Daisy power line 901( technically neither a Springer or gas ram) . I love all 4 and if you have any questions I would love to answer them. 

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    AG72
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    To many, still not enough… 

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    intenseaty22
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    5, so far, I think. HW30 x 1 in .177 HW97 x 2 in .177, Walther LGV x 2 .177 & .22. 

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    mobilemail
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    Right now my only springer is a diana 34, but I reserve the right to buy more in the future. 🙂  No gas rams.

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    josh3rd
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    I know that I WANT:

    HW 98, 95 and 50

    LGU

    A theoben rammer 

    And I'm done

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    JohnL57
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    I kind of have 3-Hw55, Beeman R9, Walther Terrus. I bought the Terrus for a friend but haven't passed it on yet.

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    Gard72977
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    1 – TX 200.  I still miss a HW 77 with 25mm piston I sold 6 or 7 years ago.

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    Septicdeath
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    BLUE STREAK .20 Caliber
    Benjamin. Model 132 .22 cal
     Crosman DPMS SBR.
       Umarex Legends MP40 CO2 BB Submachine Gun
        Gamo Swarm Maxxim .22 cal
        American Classic Pistol .22 cal
        Hatsan SpeedFire .22 cal
        Hatsan EDGE Spring .25 cal
        Hatsan MOD 125 Vortex .25 cal
        Hatsan MOD 125 Vortex .22 cal
        Hatsan MOD 130S QE .30 cal
        Hatsan Model 130 QE ( modified smooth bore shotgun 7.82 mm choked to 7.75mm )
        Hatsan Carnivore .30
        Hatsan Torpedo sniper vortex .22
        Hatsan Torpedo sniper vortex .25
        Hatsan 85 sniper vortex .25 camo
        Hatsan  Dominator .22
        Hatsan 95 .22
        Hatsan Torpedo 105X .25
        Hatsan 125 sniper vortex camo .25
        Xisico XS-25 SFB
        Xisico XS-25  hardwood stock
        Winchester  425 .22
        Browning leverage  .22
        Duel by Beeman  .22 and .177 over under
        Norica Spider GRS .22
        Mendoza RM 3000
        Norica  Dragon  GRS .22
        Beeman R9 .22,
        Stogar S6000-A .22

    Benjamin Trail NP XL 725, .25 cal

    And one on order 

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    ChuckHunter
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    josh3rd

    I know that I WANT:

    HW 98, 95 and 50

    LGU

    A theoben rammer 

    And I'm done

    Lol you wish!!! You know how many times I've said that…you'll never be done ! Just get those first….

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    Elgreco
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    Septicdeath

    BLUE STREAK .20 Caliber
    Benjamin. Model 132 .22 cal
     Crosman DPMS SBR.
       Umarex Legends MP40 CO2 BB Submachine Gun
        Gamo Swarm Maxxim .22 cal
        American Classic Pistol .22 cal
        Hatsan SpeedFire .22 cal
        Hatsan EDGE Spring .25 cal
        Hatsan MOD 125 Vortex .25 cal
        Hatsan MOD 125 Vortex .22 cal
        Hatsan MOD 130S QE .30 cal
        Hatsan Model 130 QE ( modified smooth bore shotgun 7.82 mm choked to 7.75mm )
        Hatsan Carnivore .30
        Hatsan Torpedo sniper vortex .22
        Hatsan Torpedo sniper vortex .25
        Hatsan 85 sniper vortex .25 camo
        Hatsan  Dominator .22
        Hatsan 95 .22
        Hatsan Torpedo 105X .25
        Hatsan 125 sniper vortex camo .25
        Xisico XS-25 SFB
        Xisico XS-25  hardwood stock
        Winchester  425 .22
        Browning leverage  .22
        Duel by Beeman  .22 and .177 over under
        Norica Spider GRS .22
        Mendoza RM 3000
        Norica  Dragon  GRS .22
        Beeman R9 .22,
        Stogar S6000-A .22

    Benjamin Trail NP XL 725, .25 cal

    And one on order 

    Holy smokes man, where do you store all them rifles? 

    I can't imagine having so many, just the process of buying the right pellet and zeroing them in takes a long of time.

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    ChuckHunter
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    3 Gas Rammer's ! Theoben SLR98 in .22, Theoben Eliminator in .22, Impact airguns RM100 in .20

    4 Springer's ! HW80K in .22, Beeman HW97K in .20, Beeman HW97K long in .20, and a .177 Beeman R7!

    Still wanting a UK Webley Tomahawk in .22 or .25, SLR98 in .177, AA TX200 walnut hunter carbine, Walther LGU wood stock version, Beeman R10 in .177 or .20, Theoben Crusader in .20 or 22, NOT NECESSARILY IN THAT ORDER!!!!LOL.

    James from Michigan 

     

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    Septicdeath
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    Half the fun of owning them is figuring out each one. What pellet they like. What sights you like on them. How to hold each one. Tearing down and messing around with them. Being able to shoot a different one whenever want. 

    Springer's are like women each is different and picky. And you need to know how each one likes to be held.

    I keep a log book on each rifle.

    Looking for Mendoza rifles at the moment. 

     

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    AG72
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    I'm with you on that Septicdeath, the fun is to figure the gun out, and to open the box when you get it, feel it, put it on your shoulder, the smoothnes against your cheek, the smell, the first taste, no sorry, got a bit carried away there… Anyway here are my list:

    Weirauch 

    Hw30s .177 and .20 cal 

    Hw35 .177 cal 

    Hw50s .177 and .22 cal 

    Hw97 .22 cal 

    Hatsan 

    55s .177 cal 

    Striker AR .177 cal 

    95 in .177, .22 and .25 cal 

    125 .22 and .25 cal 

    Browning x-blade .177 cal 

    Kral07 .22 cal 

    Milbro 70 series modell 77 .177 cal 

    Baikal mp512 .177 cal

    Fwb 300s universal .177 cal 

    Chinese B1 .177 cal 

    Diana 350 magnum .177 cal 

    Walther lgv master pro .177 cal

    And a couple of older ones that needs to be restored, and maybe some i forgot about now… 

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    Septicdeath
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    AG72

    I'm with you on that Septicdeath, the fun is to figure the gun out, and to open the box when you get it, feel it, put it on your shoulder, the smoothnes against your cheek, the smell, the first taste, no sorry, got a bit carried away there… Anyway here are my list:

    Weirauch 

    Hw30s .177 and .20 cal 

    Hw35 .177 cal 

    Hw50s .177 and .22 cal 

    Hw97 .22 cal 

    Hatsan 

    55s .177 cal 

    Striker AR .177 cal 

    95 in .177, .22 and .25 cal 

    125 .22 and .25 cal 

    Browning x-blade .177 cal 

    Kral07 .22 cal 

    Milbro 70 series modell 77 .177 cal 

    Baikal mp512 .177 cal

    Fwb 300s universal .177 cal 

    Chinese B1 .177 cal 

    Diana 350 magnum .177 cal 

    Walther lgv master pro .177 cal

    And a couple of older ones that needs to be restored, and maybe some i forgot about now… 

    👍👍👍👍👍

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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer
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    RWS 34 Classic .22 cal

    RWS 34 Classic .177 cal

    Sig Sauer ASP20  .22 cal

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    Yo
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    Honestly I lost track a long time ago. I know what I have but can't even guess how many.  YO!

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    gonzav71
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    HW97K STL

    Walther LGU

    AIr Arms TX200HC

    FWB 300

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    Remington Vantage 1200

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    SteveV
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    Present day springer inventory:

    (2) AA MK1 lefty .177 TX 200

    Diana Panther 34, TO5, 22 caliber

    Diana Panther 34, TO5, 177

     

    Beeman R9, in .177, no pic –

     

    I did own a made in Birmingham Webley Longbow in .177 – best looking springer I've ever owned, but I needed cash so… you know the rest –

     

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    FWB300

    .177 Diana 54. 
    .22.  Diana 54

    .20 Diana 54 on order

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