What new airguns do you regret not buying.

Forums Springers, Pumpers, C02, & Vintage What new airguns do you regret not buying.

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    joek
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    These two were sold when I started shooting again 

    TAU Safari C02 sporter rifle

    Beeman R8 / HW50S

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    Yarddog
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    There is an R8 for sale right now on Gun Broker, I do believe…I don't think they are available all that often, are they?

     

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    wyshadow
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    There was an R3M long .25 that someone sold at a great price. I should have sent the money right then instead of thinking about it. The gun sold in a few hours from what I remember. I'm still kicking myself after several weeks. Oops you said new.

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    Brislee
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    FWB 124 on another classifieds…..if it didn't have a homemade stock I'd have already bought it ( but so would have 10 others probably ) that's the one I keep looking for.

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    jwrabbit123
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    I only regret buying too many

     

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    hkshooter
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    Early 80's Beeman FWB125D in .177. I was in my early teens and had no income but I lusted after that rifle. Still do.

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    Scrufhunter
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    I got suckered into buying a Nitro piston pistol. It's not much more than a paper weight

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    joek
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    Yarddog

    There is an R8 for sale right now on Gun Broker, I do believe…I don't think they are available all that often, are they?

    I can't look, I have a Anschutz 335 inbound. shmbo is pretty tolerant and don't want to push my luck lol  

     

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    pigmode
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    Hi, this is my first post. That would be the Feinwerkbau 124/127.

    Having adopted an old Gun Digest from my Dad in the early 60's, most of my firearm purchases had been influenced by that annual publication right up to the early 80's. This includes a 60's Crosman Mk I, purchased with paper route earnings. 

    From about the late 60's they included at least one article an issue devoted to pellet guns, and that's where I learned about the Feinwerkbau. Came real close to picking one up, but never followed through.

    That's all I knew about airguns in general, and a couple months ago when the interest finally hit, my first google search was Feinwerkbau. 

     

    Clockwise: 1969 ed., 1974, and 1978

     

     

     

     

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    DualMagMike
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    Beeman R5, UL-7….

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    greenterror
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    Brislee

    FWB 124 on another classifieds…..if it didn't have a homemade stock I'd have already bought it ( but so would have 10 others probably ) that's the one I keep looking for.

    It may be a little late now, but where did you see it.

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    brad870
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    Weihrauch HW97K .177 blue laminate stock

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    Skillet
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    FWB 127. Too pricey for me back when, but lawd, price one now, if you can even find oneπŸ˜•

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    joek

    These two were sold when I started shooting again 

    TAU Safari C02 sporter rifle

    Beeman R8 / HW50S

    I would like to know more about the TAU Safari C02. Have any links or is TAU an abbreviation?

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    joek

    These two were sold when I started shooting again 

    TAU Safari C02 sporter rifle

    Beeman R8 / HW50S

    I would like to know more about the TAU Safari C02. Have any links or is TAU an abbreviation?

    TAU BRNO is the company's name, and I cannot find a photo .even using the wayback machine 

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    intenseaty22
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    I do have one regret. Black Friday 2017 I put a TX200HC in my PA shopping cart, it was a great deal that day, good BF discount and included some free AA pellets. I didn’t buy it, figuring I would be patient and pick it up on BF 2018. Well, needless to say, PA’s ‘18 BF sale Sucked Donkey, and the AAs where not included in the sale. 😞 

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    Jonnes
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    That would be the Air Arms Pro Sport, I still want to get one of those in .177. It is the most beautiful looking springer out there, bar none! I had the chance to buy one for roughly $350 with a walnut stock, but it had some rust on the barrel shroud. Nothing that couldn't be fixed with some TLC in retrospect. Still slap myself on the head every now and then when I see one. πŸ˜”

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    Uglyjohn
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    There were several nice Theobens up for sale on GB just recently. I made a couple of bids on one of them but their "hard kicking" reputation kinda made me quit chasing. Nice looking guns though.          Uj

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    Saltlake58
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    Many years ago, I wanted a Beeman because it was the best airgun available.  That would be about 1970.  I think I saw the ads in the back of Boys Life.  All I remember is that it was a .177 break barrel, but was supposed to be really good.  I'd have gotten into airguns much sooner had I bought that gun.

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    ranedouglas
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    the diana 52 t06 in .22 that was on sale at a of a for $299.

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