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#1 wannakillacoyote

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Posted 15 May 2008 - 05:28 PM

Is this a good deal? I have been lloking at them and I think this is the best price I have found. It's .177, but I don't plan to hunt Turkeys with it. Will it be good enough for squirrels, rabbits? They don't have the .22 one.

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Posted 16 May 2008 - 12:49 AM

Thats a good price for a any gun let alone one of such quality and it will drop crows and racoons also if you hit them right . My buddy has one and it is a sweet shooter a tad heavy for walking around but it will put the hammer down on a tree rat. I'am sure the boys here know all about this gun and will tell you RWS airguns = fun + lifetime warrenty http://www.pyramydai...air-rifle.shtml here's a .22 cal for $199

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Posted 16 May 2008 - 06:07 AM

Yeah I saw that at pyramid. I think I will wait a bit before purchasing. If I get the Diana, I think I will just get the package w/scope for $225. So what would be a good lightweight springer in .20 or .22 that is easy to cock and somewhat quiet? Something $300 or less?




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