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    nomojo65
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    WOW…! Now that’s one of the most beautiful stocks I’ve ever seen! 👍🏻 This is probably my favorite, it’s the first RAW I purchased and just does everything right… 

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    My favorite would be my .177 Daystate Red Wolf.  Crazy accurate, incredibly smooth and light action and VERY quiet. 

    I used mine to win the Hunter class at the 2018 Crossman All American Field Target Shoot and have the highest field target score overall.  My brother used his .177 Red Wolf to win the Hunter class at the 2018 Field Target Nationals in North Carolina.  Great rifles, both purchased from AoA!

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    nomojo65
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    Wow, HAT’s OFF!  nicely done!

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    Thank you.

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    Strever
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    Joe

    your TM in Red is really nice looking

    here is my favorite TM1000, just haven't got it tuned the way i want yet

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    nomojo65
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    Thanks, I like your bench stock! is that a lee six? That sharp edge on buttstock looks different? Obviously been bobbed…Don’t even know if I’m close but that’s what pops into my head! That’s your LV gun correct?

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    matthewsaenz
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    For me I gotta go with a Sheridan Model A, Super-Grade.  If I get a chance to just plink a little, there’s something about handling one of these classics I really enjoy.  I have the Hi-tech mag fed PCP stuff and some nice spring guns also.  I enjoy shooting all of them, but the build quality and design of these Sheridan's has helped move it to the top of my list of favorites.                     

     

     

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    HeyU
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    Matt, Oh! nice classic.I like that,that is sweet.I would have fun plinking all afternoon with that.

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    cj_86
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    Edgun R5M

    – It is absolutely beautiful 

    – Built like a tank 

    – Machine work and anodizing is excellent and meets all my expectations for a gun in its price catagory

    – Very easy to work on and lot of inovative features on how it is assembled

    – Lazer accurate and cocking action is fast and smooth

    – Did I meantion that it’s beautiful? 😄

     

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    gnaymola
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    I've got "a few" air guns. For me, I'd have to say my 30 caliber RAW. Man is that baby accurate. The target is confirming trajectory from my ballistic app. That's 6 shots at the tape measure at 100 yards. Drops 15.5" at a 45 yard zero.  That group is better than a lot of center fire rifles I've seen at that distance. The funny thing is, I wasn't shooting for groups, just wanted to see the drop at 100.

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    gnaymola
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    Ooops, forgot about my 22 caliber AA S410. Hard to pick between the two. I've killed a lot of pests with that over the years.

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    hawkeye69
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    Though I have only had it a couple of weeks, it has to my .22 Crown. It is stupid accurate, well balanced, great shot count, good weight, well designed, all around fantastic rifle.

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    GBGUNNER
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    .25 Impact with 26 round magazine.  I get 3 magazines to an air charge pesting tree rats and other things.

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    RM100GUY
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    PCP, has to be the Bobcat .25 even with the synthetic stock this gun has earned my top choice!  Honorable mention goes to Wildcat.  Spring guns, SLR98 beautiful classic accurate always a pleasure to shoot.

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    Drumsnguns
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    I have two upper level guns, FX Impact .25 and Kalibrgun Cricket  syth,.25.

    My fav? The Cricket. It's simple, reliable and accurate

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    Motorman
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    Marksman 70 with Rekord trigger and 6 – 24 Bushnell (my first "real" airgun)

    FWB 124 with 4 – 12 Leapers

    Diana 27

    Haenel 311 (it's just fun to shoot!)

     

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    St. Louis, MO

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    My Brocock Bantam Sniper HR, that I bought from Ken Hicks. I love that thwak sound the pellet makes when it hits a starling. 

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    hawkeye69

    I am relatively new to the sport, but thus far my Wildcat .22 is my favorite of the 3 PCPs that I currently own. Mainly because it is easy to handle and super accurate. I'm curious as to what others call their favorite and why. Or, if money was no object, what rifle would you be shooting and why?

    My favorite is my Daystate Pulsar HP Gray Laminated with Modifier in .25 caliber.  The rifle came from AOA with the modifier permanently installed having a length of 44 inches.  I wish AOA would have sent me the rifle so I could remove the Silencer/Modifier.  It is indeed a  Beautiful Rifle although my Daystate Wolverine 2 and FX Boss both in .30 caliber are very nice.  Every rifle along with my Sumatra 2500 have the Hawke Sidewinder 6-24X56 on them.    I also have numerous quality Tripods.  I'm working on my Large Shed Shooting Station that will allow me to slide open a large window to shoot out into my five acres  with targets from 15 to 125 yards out.  I'll  be submitting photos of my shooting station interior and my range targets setup.

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    Broozer
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    My edgun R5M .25 for long range work and my .177 HW97 for short range stuff. My favorite of all time was a .20 Beeman r10 I regretfully sold about 10 years ago. I still have a pic of her. 

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    vdwb
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    My custom built (by me) RAI bottle chassis Armada breach Huma regulated .25 cal I call Quarter Pounder.

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